Credits earned by examination at other colleges or universities in the last 10 years may be transferred, provided such credits meet the guidelines used by the Institute. The Registrar will evaluate college credits earned elsewhere with respect to graduation requirements at the Institute. Developmental classes, orientation classes, or classes in which students receive a “Pass” are not eligible for transfer credits. Courses transferred or waived are included in transcripts, but no grades or quality points are awarded.
Transfer credits may be accepted, subject to the following conditions and restrictions:
If a course is accepted for credit, it will be counted as a transfer credit. No grade points from such transferred courses will be calculated in the Institute’s grade point average. However, grades transferred for courses taken in residence at institutions with which the Institute has an articulation agreement, are exempt from the policy and will be recorded. Credit hours from another institution that are accepted towards the student’s educational program must count as both attempted and completed hours. Courses transferred in may not be used to substitute improved grades for passing grades earned at the Institute.