A transfer student seeking a degree is defined as a student who has completed some collegiate coursework after graduating from high school or earning their GED. Park offers transfer credit from several other accredited institutions.
Whether face-to-face or online, Park has course equivalency and articulation agreements that will lay out your course of study enabling a seamless transition to Park University and the completion of your degree.
| Transfer Guides
| Transferring Credit
Course equivalency and articulation agreements can be found at the Registrar
. Graduate students
contact the office associated with your academic program
for details. International students
contact International Student Admissions and Services
3 Ways to Study
Park offers three choices for our diverse and culturally rich student base, so you can choose whichever option is best for you. Park students can select between online programs, accelerated 8-week programs and a traditional 16-week (semester-based) university experience. Some Park students choose to blend online and face-to-face courses to accommodate their lifestyle needs.
Offering students traditional 16-week semesters, students learn to think, act and communicate with global awareness and perspective, whether it's through classroom exposure or extracurricular activities such as student government or a friendly game of flag football. More
Campus Centers Nationwide
Park has 40 campus centers that provide face-to-face instruction with degree offerings varying by location. Park serves students in day, weekend and evening programs; and the University is the largest provider of online education to the military. More
Schedules and location can be a big hurdle for many students to attend classes on campus. Park University's online learning programs eliminate those hurdles! Our goal is to offer you access to a quality education through convenient, affordable online degree programs. More