Do Religious courses transfer to UC's

<p>Hi everyone. I am transferring to UCLA next fall, and I'm wondering if my religious course from Cal Baptist University, "Jesus And The Gospels" will transfer and, or appear on my GPA. </p>

<p>Credentials: Male, 60 units so far, (Retaking courses to go to 3.8) Right now I have a 3.6, plus student body senate experience (Will continue to serve). I also am a member of the track team, PBL, and I work part time doing Bartender gigs and part-time as a Massage Therapist/Personal Trainer (Hoping work experience will increase my chances). Due to my financial hardships I have an EFC of Zero off of my parent's income. I receive veterans dependent benefits for UC's and State schools (Tuition is covered by this).</p>

<p>P.S. I'm also looking in transferring to Loyola Marymount, Pepperdine, or Chapman for spring 2011 (I'm waiting to see if I will be financially assisted to were I could afford to go, as well as off campus living expenses.</p>

<p>prbly not in the godless land of California</p>

<p>I hope not. I have a "C" in this class</p>

<p>I should add that this course will transfer for Cal-State San Bernardino</p>

<p>Well, a lot of schools have religious studies departments. But I'm assuming this class teaches with a doctrine? If so, it probably wouldn't transfer.</p>

<p>Thanks for the reinforcement Rippa. I do think I will have to check with and find out if it does for each school I look at. I don't understand what the Doctrine factor means in this equation unfortunately. I'm hoping no schools take it. Its a course based off the Christian religion, I liked the class, but it's hurting my GPA</p>

<p>Does UCLA transfer grades as well as credits? Many schools only transfer credits, not grades.</p>

<p>I heard about that from a buddy from UCR. I'm not sure, but even if the credit transfers, it will still limit my GPA to 3.6</p>