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Up to 6 semester credits may be accepted for transfer from an accredited graduate school for the MA (MS). The credits must be appropriate to the student’s program and the course(s) must be equivalent to the course(s) in the program (i.e. outcomes (objectives) need to match). Application for transfer of credit is made by the student to the Advisor. The credits must be certified by the Registrar and approved for the degree program by the program director.
1. Up to 9 semester credits may be accepted for transfer from an accredited graduate school for the Ed.S.
2. Up to 12 semester credits may be accepted for transfer from an accredited graduate school for the Ed.D.
3. Normally no credits will be accepted for transfer into the DPT program.
4. Only courses with a grade of B or better may be accepted for transfer credit.
5. Normally credits older than five years will not be accepted.
6. The chair of the graduate program or designee will make the determination whether a student is required to audit a course in place of taking the course for a grade.
7. Students taking graduate level courses as part of a Concordia University – St. Paul graduate certificate, approved by the Graduate Policies Committee, may apply the entire graduate certificate’s credits to the graduate program to which it is connected.
Specific programs and/or departments may establish institutional articulation agreements with other accredited institutions. Proposals outlining such agreements should be presented to the Associate Vice President for Graduate Studies, who will report such to the Graduate Policies Committee prior to
approval.

Last modified: March 15, 2018