Courses from Other Institutions

The Office of Admissions initially evaluates courses that are transferred from other institutions when a student is admitted to the University. Courses are evaluated by major departments in terms of college and program requirements. Courses that are transferred to the University under provisions of the Commonwealth Transfer Compact and that are not creditable to requirements of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences or as unrestricted elective courses will be listed on the student’s permanent record but will not apply to the minimum degree requirements. In the event that a student who has transferred to the University subsequently makes an intercollegiate transfer to the College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences, all previously completed courses, including transferred courses from other institutions, will be reevaluated in terms of their applicability to degree requirements of the College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences.