King's University
2003-04
Eligibility Requirements

Applicants for Bachelor's degrees:
First time freshmen are required to have, at a minimum, the equivalent to graduation from
secondary school in their native country (GCE with 5 "O" levels and 2 "A" levels, Vitnamel,
Maturity Certificates, Abitur, etc) which gives access to university study in their home
country or graduation from a US high school. All applicants must possess an overall
minimum 2.00 grade point average that will be calculated by the International Evaluator.

Lower division transfer applicants (those students applying with fewer than 56
transferable units) must submit the equivalent of high school graduation with a minimum
grade point average of 2.00 and official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities
attended with a minimum grade point average of 2.40 or higher on all transferable work.

Upper division transfer applicants must submit official transcripts from all accredited
colleges and/or universities attended with a minimum overall grade point average of 2.40
on at least 56 transferable units. In addition, applicants are expected to complete a
minimum of 30 units in general education, to include English composition, speech
communication, critical thinking, and math concepts with minimum grades of "C" or higher.
Applicants who have completed coursework may be evaluated on an individual basis, and
may also be asked to present secondary school records. Second Bachelor applicants must
submit official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended with a minimum
grade point average of 2.50 on the last 60 semester units attempted and hold a valid
bachelor and/or master degree.

Applicants for Graduate degrees:
Applicants to Graduate programs are required to submit official transcripts from all
institutions attended with a minimum grade point average of 2.50 on the last 60 semester
units attempted and hold a valid degree from the country in which they graduated.
Master's applicants are advised to contact their specific graduate departments directly
for additional requirements, documents, and application deadlines (for instance,
applicants to some master's program must submit official GRE test results, and nearly all
departments require a statement of objectives and three letters of recommendation).
Master's applicants must satisfy admission requirements from both King's University and
specific School .