Transferring to Bushnell? It’s simple — our team will partner with you every step of the way.

At Bushnell, we make transferring seamless. We know you worked hard to earn your credits, and we think you should keep them.

When you apply and send in your transcripts, we’ll perform a transcript evaluation, free of charge, to show you how your previous coursework transfers. Shortly after completing your application, we’ll provide you with a summary of your evaluation, admission decision, and financial aid award (if applicable).

Accepted Credit


Transferable courses must be at the 100-level (or above), taken at a regionally accredited college (up to 30 transfer credits from a nationally accredited college will be accepted) and with a grade of C- or higher.

Military Training

Based on your military experiences and training, you may have college credit recommendations to apply toward a degree requirement or program of study. The first step in the process is to request a copy of your military transcript.

CLEP Exams

Bushnell awards credit CLEP examinations. CLEP (the College-Level Examination Program®) offers 34 exams that cover intro-level college course material. With a passing score on one CLEP exam, you could earn three or more semester credits.

CLEP ExaminationCredit Granting Score Credit GrantedEquivalent Course
Composition and Literature
American Literature506ENG 211 + electives
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature506ENG 201 + electives
Composition, Freshman506WR121 + electives
English Composition (with or without optional essay) 506WR121 + electives
English Literature (with or without optional essay)506ENG 212 + electives
Humanities506Humanities electives
Science and Mathematics
Biology506BIOL111 LAB + electives
Chemistry506CHEM121 LAB
Calculus with Elementary Functions503MATH251
College Mathematics506MATH110 + electives
Natural Sciences506BIOL100 LAB + electives
Foreign Languages
French, Level 1506One year of Foreign Language + electives
French, Level 2596One year of Foreign Language + electives
German, Level 1506One year of Foreign Language + electives
German, Level 2636One year of Foreign Language + electives
Spanish, Level 1506One year of Foreign Language + electives
Spanish, Level 2636One year of Foreign Language + electives
History and Social Sciences
American Government503IDS251S + electives
Educational Psychology502EDUC330 or 370
Intro to History of the United States: Early Colonializations to 1877 504IDS251 or electives
History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present504IDS251 or electives
Human Growth and Development503PSY320
Macroeconomics, Principles of503ECON202
Microeconomics, Principles of503ECON201
Psychology, Introductory503PSY200
Social Sciences and History506Social Sci Electives
Sociology, Introductory503SOC200
Western Civilization I: Ancient near East to 1648503IDS151
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present503IDS152
Business law, Introductory 503BUS370
Financial Accounting503ACTG 211
Information Systems and Computer Applications503Computer electives
Management, Principles of503BUS310
Marketing, Principles of503BUS330

AP Credits

Bushnell awards credit for scores of three or higher on College Board Advanced Placement (AP) exams.

AP Examination Credit Granting Score Credit Granted Equivalent Course
Composition and Literature
English: Language and Composition 33WR121
English: Literature and Composition 33ENG201
Foreign Languages
French: Language 38One year of Foreign Language
French: Literature 38One year of Foreign Language
German: Language 38One year of Foreign Language
German: Literature 38One year of Foreign Language
Classics: Latin Vergil 38One year of Foreign Language
Classics: Latin Literature 38One year of Foreign Language
Spanish: Language 36One year (two semesters) of Foreign Language
Spanish: Language 49Three semesters of Foreign Language
Spanish: Language 512Four semesters of Foreign Language
Spanish: Literature 33Upper division Spanish Literature
History and Social Sciences
Govt & Politics: Amer 33IDS251S + electives
Govt & Politics: Comparative 33Political Science elective
History: US 33IDS251
History: European 36IDS151/152
Economics-Micro 33ECON201
Economics-Macro 33ECON202
Psychology 33PSY200
World History 36IDS151/152
Science and Mathematics 3
Biology 34BIOL111 LAB
4 or 510CHEM121/Lab & CHEM122/LAB
Computer Science A32Computer electives
Computer Science AB32Computer electives
Environmental Science32Science electives
Mathematics: Calculus AB34MATH251
Mathematics: Calculus BC34MATH252
Mathematics: Statistics33MATH315
Physics 134PHYS110
Physics 234PHYS110 or elective
Physics C: Mechanics34PHYS201
Physics C: Electricity and Magnetism34PHYS202
Art History 36FA120 + electives
Music Theory33MUS101
4 or 55MUS101, MUS 111, & MUS 211

International Baccalaureate (IB)

Bushnell accepts credit from successfully completed International Baccalaureate (IB) coursework. Course equivalencies and transfer credit awards vary by subject and course level (standard/higher).

Preparing to Transfer

Want to make the most of you time while enrolled in community college? Bushnell University partners with community colleges around the state to provide a clear path to further your education. We recommend completing your AAOT or following one of the transfer guides below to help streamline the transfer process.

Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT)

The Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer degree (AAOT) satisfies all Bushnell University general education requirements with the exception of Bible and Theology requirements as well as any prerequisites needed for a major.

Transfer Guides

Transfer guides will help you make the most efficient use of your time and money spent on courses while enrolled in community college.

Bushnell holds these agreements with the following schools and programs:

Klamath Community College
Lane Community College – AAS Business Management; AAS Human Services; Psychology Equivalents; Teacher Education Prerequisite Equivalents
Umpqua Community College – Teacher Education Prerequisite Equivalents
Chemeketa Community College
Linn-Benton Community College
Portland Community College
Southwestern Oregon Community College