2001-2003 Academic Catalog
2003-2005 Academic Catalog
Transfer Credit Evaluation
The registrar administers the credit evaluation process for transfer purposes. Generally, college-level course work from regionally accredited institutions of higher education will be considered for transfer toward the College of St. Catherine (CSC) degree. To be accepted, transfer course work must be college level, not vocational-technical, and must carry a grade of C- or better. In order for courses to be counted as equivalent to CSC courses, they must be reviewed by the appropriate department chair. Both degree credits and corresponding grade points will be transferred (after conversion to semester credits when necessary) for all approved course work and will be included in the student's cumulative grade point average at St. Catherine's. The respective St. Catherine's major department chair or program director judges the equivalency of transfer work to CSC major program requirements once the registrar's evaluation has been made.
Credit earned by correspondence, extension or certain other special programs may be applied toward the CSC degree requirements when such credit has been awarded as degree credit from regionally accredited institutions.
Courses and credits from nonaccredited institutions and from competency-based programs will be accepted at the discretion of the academic dean. When credit is awarded toward the CSC degree from these institutions, a grade of Satisfactory (without grade points) will be recorded. Evaluation of course work from nonaccredited institutions may be postponed until the student has shown competency to complete advanced work successfully.
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