This equivalency guide contains courses offered by the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) and the equivalent courses offered at Liberty University. This guide includes courses from the NCCCS and the Liberty University catalog.
This guide lists courses as their direct equivalent. Direct Equivalent means that the listed North Carolina Community College System course has a corresponding course at Liberty University and satisfies that specific course requirement.
We accept courses that are comparable to the courses taught in our curriculum that are completed with a grade of “C” or higher. Liberty does not accept remedial courses (usually below 100 level) or those courses that are on the Pass/Fail scale. We also do not accept Professional Development, Orientation/Student Success courses, Special Topics, Seminars, or Internships. Please direct any questions about a particular course to the Registrar’s Office.
If direct transfer credit has been previously awarded, Liberty University is not able to award duplicate direct transfer credit. Any duplicate direct transfer credit will instead be awarded elective credit.
Students are considered to be in a class according to the number of credit hours they have transferred:
Class Semester Hours
Freshman 0 – 23.99
Sophomore 24 – 47.99
Junior 48 – 71.99
Senior 72 +
Certain courses may be included into specific degree plans per Liberty University faculty recommendation. Any questions concerning electives within the major should be addressed to the Liberty University faculty advisor assigned to the student.
Associate degree – A minimum of 15.0 hours must be taken through Liberty University
Bachelor's degree – A minimum of 30.0 hours and 50% of the coursework required for the major content area must be taken through Liberty University.