General Information

A prospective student who is considering the possible transfer of Huntington University of Health Sciences (HUHS) credits to another college or university should speak with an HUHS counselor concerning the particular HUHS courses and the college or university to which they may wish to transfer those credits. HUHS participates in the American Council on Education program for the transfer of college credits (all 23 undergraduate college level courses are registered with ACE). For further information you may contact the American Council on Education at One Dupont Circle, Suite 250, Washington, DC 20036-1193, (202) 939-9431. A student who wishes to receive college credit through the American Council on Education credit transfer program must register with the American Council on Education. There is a one-time registration fee of $25 and thereafter a fee of $5 per college transcript.

Undergraduates pursuing a Diploma may receive up to 6 hours of transfer credit which satisfy the subject matter and curriculum requirements of student’s diploma program at HUHS. Undergraduates pursuing an Associate’s Degree may receive up to 45 hours of transfer credit for courses which satisfy the subject matter and curriculum requirements of students’ degree programs at HUHS. Of those 45 credits, no more than 15 credits will be awarded for prior learning experience and/or credit by examination. Undergraduates pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree may receive up to 95 hours of transfer credit for courses which satisfy the subject matter and curriculum requirements of students’ degree programs at HUHS. Of those 95 credits, no more than 32 credits will be awarded for prior learning experience and/or credit by examination.  Graduate students pursuing a Master’s Degree may receive up to 18 hours of transfer credit for courses which satisfy the subject matter and curriculum requirements of students’ degree programs at HUHS. Of those 18 credits, no more than 9 credits will be awarded for prior learning experience and/or credit by examination.

Final Examination For College Credit

All students enrolled in HUHS’s college credit courses or programs will be required to take a supervised (proctored) final examination upon completion of each course. The procedure is as follows: the student selects a supervisor (proctor) from among a list of qualified individuals (librarian, school principal, college testing officer, notary public, military education officer, etc.), HUHS sends the final examination to the proctor and the student completes the examination under the proctor’s supervision. Complete instructions for the final examination are included in the Student Study Guide for each course.