Undergraduate Admission Requirements

Welcome to the first step in achieving your educational goals – earning your undergraduate degree! True to our commitment to deliver an exceptional student experience, Grantham University will do everything we can to make the enrollment process smooth and hassle-free. Let’s walk through the steps, beginning with residency requirements (how many credit hours you’re eligible to transfer into a degree program from previous college course work or prior learning experiences) to conditional enrollment.

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Residency Requirements

Undergraduate DegreesAssociate & Bachelor's

Undergraduate Degree Requirements

At least 25 percent of the required credit hours in the enrolled associate or bachelor’s...

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Undergraduate Degree Requirements

At least 25 percent of the required credit hours in the enrolled associate or bachelor’s degree program must be completed at Grantham.

Undergraduate Certificates3 Credit Hour Maximum

Certificate Program Requirements

You may transfer up to three (3) credit hours of the required courses to the following ...

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Certificate Program Requirements

You may transfer up to three (3) credit hours of the required courses to the following Grantham undergraduate certificate programs: Business Leadership; Introduction to Programming; and Practical Entrepreneurship.

The following undergraduate certificate programs must have all the required courses completed at Grantham:

Cybersecurity Concepts

Advanced Cybersecurity Concepts

Human Resources

Project Management

Medical Administrative Assistant

Paraprofessional: Teaching Assistant

Second Undergraduate DegreeUp to 75%

Second Undergraduate Degree Requirements

No more than 75% of the credit hours from one completed undergraduate degree ...

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Second Undergraduate Degree Requirements

No more than 75% of the credit hours from one completed undergraduate degree program may be applied to the completion of a second undergraduate degree program.

A Second Undergraduate Degree applicant is someone who has completed an undergraduate degree (associate or bachelor’s) from an accredited institution and who is seeking enrollment at Grantham to obtain another undergraduate degree in a different major or field of study.

A student may not apply or be accepted for a second undergraduate degree in the same or very closely related field of study. Students completing one undergraduate degree program will not be enrolled into a second or subsequent undergraduate degree program where less than 25% of the degree program courses are pending. All admission requirements for students seeking a second undergraduate degree are the same as for regular applicants.

Conditional
Students will be classified as 'conditionally enrolled' until the following provisions have been met:

Proof of High School Graduation (Learn More)

Participation and Substantive Interaction (See Catalog, Section 2.5)

Funding Plan in Place Within Seven Days of Term Start Date

+ Students who do not meet these requirements will have their registrations cancelled. All courses will be administratively cancelled and the student will not incur tuition charges.

+ Prospective students that provide false or altered admissions documentation to include transcripts for potential transfer credit will be denied admission to Grantham with no chance for future enrollment. Any pending financial aid will be reviewed and disposition determined.

Program-Specific Requirements
Electronics or Computer Engineering Technology See Requirements
Engineering Management Technology See Requirements
Computer Science or Information Systems See Requirements
Master of Business Administration See Requirements
RN to BSN Degree Completion See Requirements
Bachelor of Business Administration in Financial Planning See Requirements
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Home School & High School Admissions Requirements

Grantham University is pleased to provide an online opportunity to help home school and high school students achieve their educational goals.

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