Transfer Credit Policies and Articulation Agreements
Graduate Transfer Credits
Applicants to Gratz College Masters’ level programs may transfer in credits toward their degree at the discretion of the Program Director and/or Dean. Grades of B or better are eligible for transfer credits for Master’s level students. The transfer course must be a match to the graduate program at Gratz. Generally, credits older than 10 years will not be accepted for transfer. Students transferring in credits are subject to the transfer credit fee outlined on the tuition and fees page. Transfer credit will not be awarded for courses that are used for an earned degree at the graduate level. Doctoral level academic programs usually do not permit the transfer of any credit toward degree requirements from outside institutions. However, exceptions may be made by the Program Director and/or Dean.
Undergraduate Transfer Credits
Students in the BA program may transfer in up to 81 credits. Students who have taken undergraduate college courses at another institution prior to attending Gratz College must submit official transcripts reflecting grades for those courses during the application process. Additional documentation, such as course descriptions and syllabi, may be required by program directors or the dean to determine which courses qualify for transfer credit. Coursework that lies outside the scope of the degree program is not necessarily applicable for degree credit. Transfer credit will not be awarded for college level courses that are used to meet high school graduation requirements. Gratz College undergraduate certificate programs do not permit the transfer of any credit toward degree requirements from outside institutions. Grades of C or better are eligible for transfer credit for undergraduates.