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General Policies and Procedures

STUDENT ACADEMIC CLASSIFICATION

Freshman

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An accepted high school graduate who has enrolled in the University.

Sophomore

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A student with at least 30 semester units.

Junior

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A student with at least 60 semester units.

Senior

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A student with at least 90 semester units. There must be reasonable assurance of the fulfillment of all

requirements for graduation within the academic year.

Full-Time Student

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One who is carrying a minimum load of 12 semester units. Only full-time students not on

academic probation may be elected to student association offices, serve on student publications, or compete on

intercollegiate athletic teams.

Non-Matriculating Student

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One who has not formally declared a degree objective and is carrying six or fewer

semester units.

Advanced Start Academic Program (ASAP).

TMU’s Advanced Start Academic Program (ASAP) enables high

school students who are juniors or seniors to take accredited, college-level Bible and general education courses that

can meet both high school graduation requirements and be counted toward an undergraduate degree at TMU.

Students enrolling in ASAP will be allowed to register in select undergraduate classes taught on TMU’s campus. ASAP

students are able to take up to six units per semester and will be expected to meet the same requirements as other

students in the class. In order to qualify for ASAP, a student must have a minimum cumulative high school GPA of

3.0 and must meet the minimum test scores of:

ACT composite: 21

SAT (math and verbal combined): 1100

There is an application requiring a fee, personal statements, high school transcripts, and pastoral and educator

recommendations. These should be submitted to the Admissions Department.

For more information visit

www.masters.edu/asap

Transfer Student

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A student who enters TMU with at least 24 semester units (36 quarter units) of accepted college-

level coursework from another college or university. College-level credit earned prior to high school graduation, as

well as any credit by examination, does not count toward determining whether a student has reached transfer status.

LETTER DESIGNATIONS OF COURSES

ACC

Accounting

FCS

Family & Consumer Sciences

ART

Art

FIN

Finance

B

Bible: General

H

History

BC

Bible: Biblical Counseling

HU

Humanities

BCE

Christian Education

IA

Intercollegiate Athletics

BCH

Bible: Church History

IBEX Israel Bible Extension

BCW

Bible: Christian Worldview

INB

International Business

BE

Behavioral Studies

ITA

Italian

BIB

Biblical Studies

KPE Kinesiology and Physical Education