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Transfer specifics for Crete Campus students
International Students transferring to Doane
- Only grades C- or higher are brought in for transfer credit.
- Doane accepts a maximum of 90 semester hours in transfer credit.
If a student has completed an associate degree, diploma, or professional certificate at a two-year college, a maximum of 60 semester credits are accepted in transfer.
- If a student did not complete a professional competency (noted above) course are evaluated individually. In this evaluation a maximum of six semester credits are accepted in transfer for courses not normally offered at a four-year accredited college or university.
- Transfer credits are posted without a grade. Credits are not included in the Doane College grade point average calculations, but do count toward the total credits required for graduation.
- Doane awards credits in semester hours. Quarter credits are converted to semester credits at a 2/3 rate. Example a 4.5Q = 3S or 6Q = 4S
- Doane requires that the previous institution(s) be accredited by one of the regional accrediting associations: North Central, New England, Middle States, Northwest, Southern, or Western. Credit from unaccredited institutions is not accepted. However, in some instances, credit from special purpose institutions (e.g. Bible Colleges accredited by the American Association of Bible Colleges) is accepted.
Doane College provides foundation courses for future study at other institutions. Students who are enrolled in pre-professional programs at Doane for two or three years, and transfer into a professional program, can return and complete their Doane degree. Doane offers pre-professional programs in:
- Pre-Environmental Studies/Forestry
- Medical, Dental and Allied Health
- Pre-Medical Technology
- Pre-Physician's Assistant
- Pre-Physical Therapy
- Pre-Occupational Therapy
- Pre-Veterinary Medicine
ROTC courses are available to Doane students through a cooperative program with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Courses are taught by UNL military science faculty and are primarily offered on the UNL campus. For information on how to register for these courses through Doane, please contact the Registrar's Office.
An educational program designed to give men and women the opportunity to become Air Force Officers while completing a degree. The Air Force ROTC program is designed to prepare you to assume positions of increased responsibility and importance in the modern Air Force. Completion of the AFROTC program results in a commission as a Second Lieutenant with four-year active duty service commitment.
ROTC can enhance your education by providing unique leadership training and management experience. It helps you develop the qualities necessary for success in either a military or civilian career. Students are given a valuable opportunity to build for the future by earning a college degree and an Army Officer's commission at the same time.
For more information, visit http://www.unl.edu/armyrotc.