Bethel College

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Location: North Newton, KS
Approximate undergraduate enrollment: 483
Student/faculty ratio: 10:1


Transfer articulation agreement

Bethel College accepts the associate of arts degree as meeting the Bethel College lower-level (100- and 200-level) general education requirements. All competencies and upper-level (300- and 400-level) general education requirements must be met on the same basis as any other Bethel College student. The Bethel College Cross-Cultural Learning (CCL); Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies (PJCS); and Basic Issues of Faith and Life (BIFL) requirements must be met during the junior or senior year. Some Bethel College degree programs have specific general education and grade point average requirements. Hesston College graduates entering these programs must meet these requirements to be part of these degree programs. Hesston College students who anticipate transferring to Bethel College should plan their general education programs accordingly. The Hesston College associate of applied arts and sciences graduates are not included in this agreement. Bethel College will assess the records of these graduates on an individual basis. An additional agreement outlines the transfer of students into the Athletic Training program.

Check Box  Covers AA degree C Box Minimum course grade Check Box Satisfies lower-level gen ed
Empty Box Covers AS degree 2.25 Box Minimum GPA Check Box  Automatic scholarship
Empty Box Covers AGS degree Empty Box Maximum credits transferred

Majors of Hesston College graduates at Bethel

Bethel Majors

Source: National Student Clearinghouse, 2000-2014

What courses should I take while I’m at Hesston?

Your first priority should be to complete all your Hesston degree requirements. However, some Hesston courses will give you an especially good head start at Bethel:

  • RELG 214 Peacemaking and Justice: meets Hesston Responsibility requirement and Bethel’s Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies requirement.
  • SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II: meets Hesston Humanities requirement and counts toward Bethel’s Language Competency requirement for the BA degree (8 hours of foreign language).

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