If you’ve already earned college-level credits at other accredited institutions, you can transfer them to Gwynedd Mercy University. All you need to do is submit your transcript and a course description to the Registrar, who will determine whether the course counts towards the credits required for graduation. Read more on our Transfer Credits page.
Undecided & Undeclared Students
Take Your Time Deciding What’s Right For You
Not sure which major is right for you? Don’t worry. At Gwynedd Mercy University, about 16 percent of our students come in as undecided or undeclared. That’s why we’ve created a special University Studies program that includes dedicated academic advising and workshops to help you find the major and career path that is best for you.
The GMercyU Difference
With Gwynedd Mercy University’s strong foundation in the liberal arts and 30+ undergraduate programs, your decision to enroll as an undeclared/undecided major offers you plenty of options. With the help of your academic advisor, our Career Development Center, and our Academic Resource Center, you’ll definitely be able to find the right course of study.
Initially, you’ll begin your GMercyU experience as part of our University Studies program where you will work with our University Studies professionals to:
- Identify your academic strengths, career goals, and professional interests in order to pinpoint the right major
- Understand the admissions requirements and prerequisite courses required for specific majors and work toward achieving them
- Determine the best time to declare a major
- Take control of your collegiate career so that you’re firmly on the road to future success
So, whether you’re thinking about pursuing a bachelor of science degree or a bachelor of arts degree, you'll find plenty of GMercyU programs – and support – to help you achieve your goals.
Increase the value of your degree by adding an undergraduate minor. GMercyU offers a wide variety of minors so you can choose the one that best meets your personal and professional goals.
Students who are entering the University Studies program take classes toward possible majors of interest in addition to general education requirements that are applicable to a variety of programs. General education requirements include classes from the following subject areas: religion, philosophy, history, English, psychology, mathematics, political science and art.
Your advisor will help you explore all academic course options.
To review available courses and their descriptions, please refer to the undergraduate catalog.