Graduate Transfer Credit Policy: Up to fifty (50) percent of a graduate student’s program may be transferred in from other regionally accredited graduate schools upon approval of the student’s advisor and Dean of the College of Graduate and Innovative Programs or his/her designee. Graduate courses transferred in must have a grade of “B” or better and must have been earned no more than ten (10) years prior to admission to the Concordia graduate program to which they will be applied. Courses taken on a Pass/Fail basis will not be accepted for graduate transfer credit. Credits for transfer to a doctoral program must be post-master’s (not from the student’s first master’s degree program). Credit earned toward the completion of a second or subsequent master’s may be considered for transfer credit.
If you are interested in information on the transfer policy or transferring credits please contact:
Colin Cameron – email@example.com
Cheryl Brown – firstname.lastname@example.org
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