Transfer Credit Form

Guidelines for Assigning Transfer Credit

  • University and College level courses
    • 80% content needs to overlap to be granted equivalent transfer credit; less than 80% overlap can be granted generic transfer credit
  • 2XX vs 9XX and how to decide
    • Introductory or first year courses are typically given junior credit (2XX)
    • Upper year or courses with introductory prerequisites are typically given senior credit (9XX)
  • Determining unit weight
    • 39 credit hours is the standard for a 3 unit course with no lab component
    • 52 credit hours is the standard for a 3 unit course that includes a lab component
  • Course assessments should be completed by the department based on the name of the incoming course (example: BIOL 1112 should be assessed in the Biology department)

Your information:

Transfer Credit Information

Transfer credit information 1
Day the assessment took place.

Assessment information:

Who does this assessment apply to?
Please note: Transfer credit assessments should be based on the content of the incoming course and not dependant on a particular student or academic history. Please include the UCID and an explanation as to why this transfer credit assessment only applies to one student.
*Haskayne only: please include start and end dates.
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