Evaluations

A credential evaluation determines the equivalency of studies completed outside of the United States. SpanTran: TEC offers six different types of evaluations. You can find the descriptions below to see which type of evaluation is right for you.

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General Analysis

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Course Analysis

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Divisional Course Analysis

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Nursing Course Analysis

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Teacher's Course Analysis

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Engineering Course Analysis

Analysis of Accreditation

Description of Degrees & Documents Earned

Overall US Equivalency (document by document)

Course, Credits, and G.P.A (course by course)

Course Subject levels for Admission to Graduate Programs

Coursework Sorted for Teaching Certification

Clinical Experience

Coursework Sorted for Engineering Certification and ABET Criteria

Pricing

10 Business Days

$85

$170

$225

$250

$280

$400

5 Business Days

$135

$270

$350

$375

$400

2 Business Days

$160

$420

$530

$550

$575

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Please note: our services are subject to the documentation that you can provide. We will reach out to you if additional documents are needed.

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    General Analysis Evaluation

    The General Analysis (Document by Document) evaluation provides a statement of equivalency to the U.S. educational system. It does not include individual courses, grades, or grade point average (GPA). This is our simplest evaluation and is most commonly used for community college admission and general employment purposes. 

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    Course Analysis Evaluation

    The Course Analysis (Course by Course) evaluation is our most popular service and is often referred to as a "transcript evaluation." It includes an overall statement of equivalency for each credential plus individual courses, credits, and grades based on the transcripts provided. These conversions are used to calculate a U.S. grade point average (GPA) per credential as well as a combined, overall GPA. The Course Analysis evaluation can be done for secondary or post-secondary education, meaning you can evaluate all of your high school (secondary) transcripts together or all of your college/university transcripts and degrees together.

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    Divisional Course Analysis Evaluation

    The Divisional Course Analysis (Divisional Course by Course) evaluation builds on the course analysis evaluation by providing a statement of equivalency to U.S. education with a more detailed course analysis section. It lists course subjects in transcript order including grades, credits and GPA. It also shows the level or "division" of each course, either "Lower," "Upper," or "Graduate" level designations per course. These designations indicate if each foreign course is comparable to a lower-level (100 and 200 level) undergraduate course, upper-level (300 and 400 level) undergraduate course, or a graduate-level (master or doctoral level) course offered in the United States. This evaluation is available only if you've completed post-secondary education outside of the U.S. We recommend the Divisional Course Analysis if you're applying for graduate admission at a college or university in the U.S.

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    Nursing Course Analysis Evaluation

    A Nursing Course Analysis (Nursing Course by Course) evaluation is a specialized evaluation for nurses and other medical professionals educated outside the U.S. who want to continue nursing education here. It includes the same information provided by the Divisional Course Analysis evaluation as well as a listing of clinical experience by hours, days or weeks as listed on the nursing or medical program transcripts. 

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    Teacher's Course Analysis Evaluation

    A Teacher's Course Analysis (Teacher's Course by Course) evaluation is a specialized credential evaluation that we recommend for anyone seeking teacher certification or licensure in the United States. This evaluation includes a statement equivalency in the U.S. educational system as well as a conversion of grades and credits or hours to U.S. standards. These conversions are used to calculate a grade point average (GPA). It also groups subjects by category. The Teacher's Course Analysis is available for anyone with a foreign university/college degree, regardless of major subject. You can study economics and still do a Teacher's Course Analysis, for example, as long as you're looking to become a teacher in the U.S. Please note that teaching certification requirements can vary by state, county, and city here in the U.S. so please check with your local education department for more information.

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    Engineering Course Analysis Evaluation

    An Engineering Course Analysis (Engineering Course by Course) evaluation is a specialized evaluation for anyone applying for licensure as an engineer in the U.S. It includes statement of equivalency to the U.S. educational system, conversion of grades and credits, and courses are organized according to ABET criteria. The Engineering Course Analysis is only available to foreign-educated engineers who have completed at minimum an undergraduate degree in engineering. Please note that engineering licensing requirements vary by state here in the U.S. so please check with the engineering board in your state for more information.