Students holding a bachelor degree from a recognized college may pursue additional undergraduate course work as a post graduate special (PGS) student.
*Applicants not holding a BJU undergraduate degree may be asked to take a Bible course during their first two semesters of enrollment.
You may qualify as a post graduate special student through the following options:
- Non-degree seeking — includes random undergraduate courses for which course prerequisites have been met for academic credit or audit for continuing education units
- Degree seeking toward an additional undergraduate degree — includes a minimum of 30 hours beyond the first degree
- 13 or more course deficiencies toward acceptance in a specified graduate program (should be determined by a prospective student applying for graduate study)
To register for a graduate course, a PGS student must meet all prerequisites for graduate study.
What is my admission process?
Your admission process follows the undergraduate admission timeline.
Note: Post graduate special students do not need to request their ACT scores or high school transcripts be sent to BJU.