Students may transfer in graduate courses upon the approval of the Program Director. The maximum number of transferable credit hours is 9. Credit allowance for graduate courses is considered on an individual basis, however student must have earned a B or higher for the course to be considered. Course syllabi, college catalog, and a sample of previous course work may be requested for consideration of a class.
Mount Mercy welcomes international students to our campus, recognizing that they enrich the educational experience for all students by contributing to the intellectual, social and cultural diversity of the College community. The following additional items are required for admission for international students.
For international candidates only, we are able to review your application using unofficial, digitally duplicated copies of your transcript submitted from a Mount Mercy partnered international recruiting service.
These records must be legible and include:
If you are offered admission, the offer will be contingent upon receipt and verification of official transcripts. You will not be able to register until this has been completed.
A student with a baccalaureate degree who wishes to earn graduate credit, but not a graduate degree, may be accepted for admission to study as a graduate student with special status. Credits earned as a graduate student with special status with a grade of “B” or above may be applied to a graduate degree at Mount Mercy, upon admission to the program and with the approval of both the Director of Graduate Studies and the Program Director. Special student status students are not eligible for financial aid.
For more information, contact: Graduate Programs Admissions Office 319-286-4420 or email email@example.com.