Usc Transfer Articulation Agreement

What courses are transferred to USC for credits? Guidelines for transferable course work can be found in the Race Work Taken Elsewhere section of the USC catalogue. Most university-level courses from duly accredited schools will earn voting units in the transfer. Some courses are also allowed for technical credits, such as education, writing, foreign languages and USC course equivalency. For more information on transferpolicies, see the Transferring to USC brochure. Undergraduate Transfer Credit Services defines transfer credit, if available, courses that are taken elsewhere for a bachelor`s degree at USC. Graduates will find information on the work of the transfer course on the graduate Transfer Credit website. It is important to note that students can only apply for admission to USC in the fall semester. USC does not accept applications for licensing or summer semesters. Transfer admission decisions or spring compensation applications are generally permanently unlocked from April 15 to June 1. The USC Directive requires students to submit full and formal copies of all start-up work that is attempted at a post-secondary institution.

All post-secondary transcripts must be submitted regardless of course type or quality of work. A student`s failure to provide transcripts of all coursework attempted prior to enrollment with USC or for a period outside USC is a violation of USC`s academic integrity policy and may lead to disciplinary action, including, but not only in the event of a denial of credit for transferred course work. It is generally not recommended that graduates apply for admission to the USC Thornton School of Music. In the meantime, we recommend that new Spring Admits use our Find Your Counselor tool to identify the admissions counsellor for the institution you want to take transfer courses from. Your advisor can help you understand how the transfer process works in general and has access to the articulation history of all the courses we have accepted in the past by your transfer institution. You`ll also know what kind of credit we`ve given for certain types of frequently transferred classes, and can make some educated assumptions about what you probably (or won`t) get in The Transfer. Your advisor should be a good resource for you when it comes to predicting your transfer balance for completed courses and choosing courses for the summer or fall before you start.

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