Earn Transfer Credit at Liberty University with InstantCert's InstantCREDIT Courses
Liberty University is a private university in Lynchburg, Virginia that is famous for being one of the largest evangelical Christian universities in the world. Between their students on-campus and their online courses, they serve over 100,000 students a year.
Transferring Credits to Liberty University
Liberty University has a highly generous transfer credit policy, allowing students to transfer in up to 90 (out of 120) credit hours towards a bachelor's degree. ACE-reviewed credit sources such as AP/CLEP/DSST exams and self-paced online courses (such as those offered by InstantCert) are readily accepted at Liberty and can be used to fulfill major requirements towards your degree.
How InstantCert's Courses Transfer In
The table below shows how each of our courses transfers in at Liberty. Note that the equivalencies listed in the table are NOT guaranteed. Liberty's exact credit evaluations are subject to change and you should always check with an adviser or contact Liberty to request an unofficial evaluation of the courses you intend to take before you start studying.
|CreditCert Course Title||Transfers In As|
|Introduction to Entrepreneurship||BUSI-336|
|Principles of Marketing||BUSI-330|
What is the Process for Transferring our CreditCert Courses to Liberty?
As with all other ACE-reviewed courses, the first step is to create an account on the ACE Credit website. Then, as you complete each course with InstantCert, you request to have that course added to your ACE transcript. When you have completed all of the courses you plan to take, you then request that your ACE transcript be sent to Liberty.
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