Notice Concerning Transferability of Credits and Credentials

Due to the unique nature of the Nedicine program at the American School of Nedicine, credits are not transferable for the applicable coursework completed at this School. ASN does not award credit for prior experiential learning. ASN does not have an articulation or transfer agreement with other institutions, colleges or universities. The transferability of credits you earn at ASN is at the complete discretion of the accepting institution. Since courses are interrelated and cannot be separated, courses cannot be waived.

If the credits that you earn at this institution are not accepted at the institution to which you seek to transfer, you may be required to repeat some or all of your coursework at that institution. For this reason you should make certain that your attendance at this institution will meet your educational goals.

Transcripts and Enrollment Confirmation Statements

Students may request complete transcripts of their own records or statements certifying their registration by contacting ASN’s Office of the Registrar. ASN student request for transcripts must be accompanied by a fee of $10 and made in writing with an original signature addressed to:

Please allow 7-10 business days for regular processing.
Transcripts can be expedited for an additional fee of $15.
Submitting the request 1-2 weeks in advance of your deadline is advisable.

Challenge Exam

Challenge exams are available to individuals who believe they possess the knowledge of the curriculum of the American School of Nedicine. The Challenge Exam Fee is $7,265. The Dean must approve all requests for challenge exams. Challenge examinations are comparable to a final examination in the course in which the student is asserting competency. The ability to pass the Challenge Exam asserts the student’s competency to practice as a doctor in the field of Nedicine. Challenge exam requests should be made at the time of matriculation into the School. Students who fail the challenge exam may apply the funds towards their education at the American School of Nedicine.