Transfer Students

Whether you are transferring into a day or evening program, our Admissions Counselors are available to help make the transition to Rivier as easy as possible. For assistance, call (800) 447-4843 or (603) 897-8507.

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We accept up to 90 credits

Rivier accepts up to 90 credits toward a bachelor’s degree and up to 45 credits toward an associate degree. We will transfer your credits if you received at least a 2.0 average on a 4.0 scale and the course(s) is (are) deemed transferrable after an evaluation by the Rivier University staff.

We make it easy to transfer from a community college

Rivier has agreements with a number of community colleges – start your degree there and finish it here. It gets you started fast and saves you money.
> For more information on these articulation agreements, click here.

We offer more than $7 million in institutional aid
Save money—Rivier is the most affordable private university in New Hampshire!  

We are committed to making a Rivier education affordable for as many families as possible. To do so, we keep our costs among the lowest for private colleges and universities in New England and award more than $7 million in need-based and merit-based institutional aid to more than 95% of our students.
> Learn more about financial assistance  

We offer more than 45 day and evening programs

Rivier has a variety of academic programs for you to pursue or complete your degree. To help determine whether you are pursuing transferring into our undergraduate day program or our undergraduate Professional Studies evening program, explore the list of degree programs listed below

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Undergraduate Day Programs  

BIOLOGY
B.S. Biology, concentrations in: 

  • Allied Health 
  • Environmental Science 
  • Biology 
B.A. Biology Education

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
B.S. Business Management
B.S. Finance
B.S. Marketing
B.S. Management/ M.B.A.
  
B.S. Transnational Security Studies
 B.S. Marketing Communications 

EDUCATION
B.A. Education and Community Leadership
B.A. Human Development/Disciplinary/
Early Childhood/General Special Education
B.A. Human Development/Disciplinary/
Elementary/General Special Education
 

SECONDARY EDUCATION
B.A. Biology Education
B.A. English Education
B.A./M.A.T. English
B.A. Mathematics Education
B.A. Modern Language Education
B.A. Social Studies Education
 

ENGLISH
B.A. English
B.A. English Education
B.A./M.A.T. English (5-year program)
 

HISTORY, LAW, AND
POLITICAL SCIENCE

B.S. Criminal Justice
B.A. Global Studies
B.A. History
B.A. Political Science
B.A. Social Studies Education
 

LIBERAL STUDIES
A.A. Liberal Studies
 B.A. Liberal Studies 

MATHEMATICS
B.A. Mathematics
B.A. Mathematics Education
  

MODERN LANGUAGES
B.A. Modern Language Education
B.A. Spanish
 

NURSING
B.S. Nursing, Professional Track
B.S. Public Health NEW!

PSYCHOLOGY 
B.A. Human Development
B.A. Psychology
B.A./M.S. Psychology (5-year program)
 

SOCIOLOGY
B.A. Sociology 

PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES 

  • Pre-Dentistry 
  • Pre-Medicine 
  • Pre-Law 
  • Pre-Veterinar
 

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Undergraduate Professional Studies Programs 

 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
B.S. Business Administration    

EDUCATION
B.A. Education and Community Leadership
B.A. Human Development/Disciplinary/Early Childhood/General Special Education

B.A. Human Development/Disciplinary
/Elementary/General Special Education


INDIVIDUALIZED STUDIES

B.A. Individualized Studies 
 

NURSING
A.S. Nursing
B.S. Nursing, RN-BS
  (online)  

PSYCHOLOGY
B.A. Human Development
B.A. Psychology
 (online)