Academic credit earned at another institution and accepted toward a degree or program at UW-Platteville.
credit given by the University of Regina for academic work done elsewhere.
Credit granted for course work successfully completed at another accredited post-secondary institution.
recognition given by an educational institution prior to admission or during studies for academic work completed at another school.
Coursework completed at another accredited college that is similar in nature, content and level of instruction to courses at HCC and applies to the student's learning program. Courses will be evaluated for transfer if an official transcript is submitted to the Office of Admissions and Advising with a completed Transcript Evaluation Request Form and the appropriate fee.
Course credit which an institution accepts towards a degree, and which the student has not earned in the course work at that institution. A maximum of two years of transfer credit will be granted toward a University of Alberta undergraduate degree program.
Courses may or may not transfer based on the equivalency to courses offered at the college or university. A course may transfer as an equivalent course, in which case you receive credit for the course either as a requirement or as an elective. Most majors have at least some elective course choices that the free elective credit can be used to meet.
Courses completed at other post-secondary institutions and accepted for credit towards a degree program at the University of Calgary.
is academic credit granted for work completed at an institution other than Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Course work completed at another institution that is accepted at the University of Florida and which may be applicable toward a specific major, minor or degree.
Credit completed at another accredited college or university, that has been evaluated and accepted at Carroll Community College.
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College credit earned at one college or university and accepted in transfer for application toward the degree requirements of another institution. The Tacoma campus follows the transfer credit policy of the University of Washington, which generally accepts credits in college-level academic subjects.
Some students attend more than one institution during their college career. When they move or transfer from one college to another, they transfer their accumulated credit hours from the former institution to a new one.
credit given at an institution for work successfully completed at another institution.
A student may receive transfer credit for comparable courses that have been successfully completed. For determination of transfer credit, course descriptions or syllabi from the previous institution may be required. An Advanced Standing Request form must be submitted, along with all the relevant documentation as indicated in the Academic Procedures Manual, for approval by the System Registrar. (Advanced Standing Request forms are available in the College Academic or Student Services Office.) Note: Students transferring from external institutions may be allowed advanced standing (CH, EX, TC) for up to 50% (or half the program requirements); that is, students must complete a minimum of 50% of the program requirements at the HCT to receive an HCT credential. An Advanced Standing Request form must be submitted, along with relevant documentation (i.e. official transcripts) for approval by the System Registrar. (Advanced Standing Request forms are available in the College Academic or Student Services Office.)
A transferred portion of a Letter of Credit giving drawing rights to a new beneficiary in accordance with the terms of such Transfer Credit.
UCFV credit granted for course work completed at another institution.
credits that an incoming student already has earned at another college or through AP credit in high school.
If a member changes schemes, they may get a transfer payment from their old scheme to the new one. The benefit that the member earns from this payment is called a transfer credit. This will also count towards their qualifying service in the new scheme.
Credit allowed for a course taken in another Faculty or at another institution.
Credit for courses taken elsewhere at the post-secondary level.