For undergraduates, transfer credits are considered applicable toward graduation unless specifically noted as “non-applicable” when the student’s degree program is planned. Designation of a course as “non-applicable” is based on the length of time since its completion, relevancy to the present degree objective, accreditation status of the institution where earned, or other significant factors. In general, credits earned by correspondence or extension are not transferable in excess of 30 semester hours, no more than 10 hours of which may be upper-level credits.
The University will accept credit awarded through one or a combination of state-approved acceleration mechanisms, not to exceed 45 credit hours. Credit awarded through state-approved acceleration mechanisms must meet the minimum scores established by the Statewide Articulation Agreement.
The state-approved acceleration mechanisms are:
Up to 45 total acceleration mechanism credits may be awarded, including up to 30 credits for the IB diploma.
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