See how your credits can be transferred to AND using these resources. After submitting your application completed with all the necessary documents, the registrar AND evaluates your transcripts to determine which courses are sent and transferred, about a 2-week process. In general, all credit attempts are transferred to ET. Transferable credits are defined as university credits made at the time of application by a regional or national accreditation body accredited by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), including the American Council on Education (ACE), with a „D“ or higher grade. Enhancement work is not eligible for a UND credit. Credits transferred by schools using a quarter or other system are converted to semi-annual credits. To qualify for a degree, a student must reach a minimum average of 2.00 (C) for all academic work. For transfer students, the total average (including transfer work) is required to be 2.00 (C) and the average of work undertaken at the University of North Dakota to be 2.00 (C). Some colleges need a higher average to obtain a degree, and this requirement is indicated in the specific description of the college in this catalog. On average, beginner students transfer 84 credits to the ET. International students applying for admission must submit an application for admission, a financial certification form and official minutes or academic records from all high schools attended. In addition, the test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a score of 195 computer bases, 71 Internet bases and/or 6.0 on the International Language Testing System (IELTS) is required for all students whose first language is not English. If you have completed 24 transferable university credits (including salary), you must meet the following criteria to be admitted to the ET: If you move from one of the institutions in the ET transfer network, you can complete all your general education requirements in a lower subsection of your current school and transfer the credits to meet the credit requirements at 39 of the general education (called „essential studies“).