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Sec 2: Academic Policies

General Admissions Requirements

Missional University has been designed with you in mind – Christian believers who desire to live with purpose and passion while serving in the mission of God. If you are interested in learning how to be, do, and say the gospel witness while serving people in the community, you have come to the right place.

Each of our levels: Dual Enrollment, Certificate, Associate, Bachelor Degree Completion, and Master, have slightly different admission requirements. Please review the requirements for the level for which you are applying for detailed information.

Undergraduate Application Procedures

Missional University offers Associate Degree programs and Bachelor Degree Completion programs.

Dual Enrollment Academies for rising High School Juniors and Seniors are two-year college credit programs with 24 to 30 credit  hours completed.

Undergraduate certificate programs are one-year college credit programs.

Associate Degree programs are two-year college credit programs, while Bachelor Degree Completion programs are two-year college credit programs for those with 45 or more of college credits and general education requirements already completed.

To apply:

Step 1: Complete the MU Online Application Form

Step 2: If you have never enrolled in a college program, submit your high school transcript.
If you have previously enrolled in a college program, submit official transcript(s) of all institutions of post-secondary education attended to admissions@missional.university. In order to be considered official, all transcripts must be sent directly from the school attended to Missional University’s Admission Office.

Step 3: Submit your statement of faith to admissions@missional.university. Please write a brief testimony of your personal salvation experience and describe your personal relationship with God today.

Step 4: Submit test scores from SAT or ACT to admissions@missional.university.
Graduate Application Procedures

Master’s Degree programs are two-year graduate credit programs for those with a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.

Master’s Certificate programs are one-year graduate credit programs for those with a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent.

To apply:

Step 1: Complete the MU Online Application Form

Step 2: Submit official transcript(s) for all undergraduate work to admissions@missional.university.

Step 3: All applicants must submit three Academic Recommendations. Recommendations may be completed by a professor, employer, pastor, or co-worker.

Transfer Credit Policies

Undergraduate Transfers

Students who intend to transfer to Missional University must be eligible for readmission at his/her last institution attended. Students must present a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale. Students who do not meet minimum academic requirements may be placed on academic probation. Students who have been dismissed or suspended from their last school of attendance may not be eligible for admission to Missional University. Please check with the Admissions Department for further information.
Missional University measures all courses in semester credits. Quarter credits are converted to semester credits by reducing the quarter credits to one-third

Graduate Transfers

Graduate students wishing to transfer graduate-level credits from another institution will need to fill out a substitution request form prior to taking the course. This form must be submitted to the department chair for approval.
An official transcript must be sent to the Registrar’s office upon successful completion of the course

Transfer Grades

A grade of C or better is required for transferability. Courses with Pass/Fail grades cannot be transferred.

Non-Transferable Courses

  1. Remedial Courses

  2. Orientation Courses

Academic Procedures

Grading Policies

 

Privacy Rights and Records

 

Academic Probation, Suspension, Dismissal & Withdrawal

Academic Probation

Students are placed on academic probation for one semester if, at the end of any given semester, the student’s cumulative grade point average (CGPA) falls below 2.00.

Also, students are placed on academic probation for one semester upon returning from academic suspension. Students on academic probation will be assigned to work closely the Office of the Student Services. Students may be required to take a reduced course load while on academic probation.

A student whose CGPA does not meet or exceed 2.00 at the end of the probationary semester, but whose semester GPA meets or exceeds 2.30, may be allowed to continue on probation for an additional semester.

A student who earns a CGPA of less than 1.00 in his/her first semester at Missional University may be subject to academic suspension at the end of that semester without a period of probation.

Probationary standing may only be cleared with grades earned at Missional University. A probationary student whose CGPA meets or exceeds 2.00 will be removed from probation.

Academic Suspension

Students are placed on academic suspension if, at the end of the probationary semester, the student’s CGPA does not meet or exceed 2.00. The student may be subject to academic suspension for a period of one semester.

A student on suspension for academic deficiency normally is readmitted to Missional University after one semester has lapsed. A suspended student must submit a letter requesting readmission. The Readmission Committee meets to consider these requests. Once the student is readmitted, the Office of the Registrar will send course and registration information to the student’s College e-mail address unless an alternative e-mail address has been provided.

A student who has been readmitted following a period of academic suspension will remain eligible to continue studies as long as his/her semester GPA for each semester meets or exceeds 2.30, even though his/her CGPA may be below the 2.00 requirement.

A student returning from academic suspension may be placed in non-credit remedial courses, at the discretion of the Department chair of the school of student’s chosen major.

Academic Dismissal

Students may be subject to dismissal if they incur a second academic suspension.

Academic Withdrawal

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