University Policies & Procedures
The university encourages contact between
faculty and students at least every
30 days. In order to complete the course within the
enrollment period, unit
progress evaluations should be submitted at least every
30-45 days. While the
nature of independent study provides flexibility for the
student who wishes to
progress at a rate that is slower or faster than the normal
classroom rate, it is
important to allow time for maximum absorption of concepts.
It is also
important to keep moving through the course to avoid having
to rush at the end
of the enrollment period. One week should be allowed for
review at the end of
the course before taking the final examination.
Transfer of Credit
Credit for work done in other colleges and universities of
will be transferred at full value where such work parallels
courses required on a
student’s program at Inter-Continental University. Only
courses with a grade of
“C” or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) will transfer.
Final 32 credits
In order to receive a degree from Inter-Continental
Christian University, at least the final
32 credits must be taken by enrollment in Inter-Continental
These may all be taken through independent study.