Student Admissions, Outcomes and Other Data
Graduate credit earned in another regionally-accredited college or university and carrying a grade of B or better may be transferable, if it forms an integral part of the degree program and is approved by the Admissions Committee. Applicants to the program may transfer up to 30 credits from another regionally-accredited college or university graduate program in which they were matriculated graduate students in good standing. Graduate credit earned in accredited graduate schools and carrying a grade of B or better may be transferable to the extent that the student can demonstrate correspondence to course(s) in the RWC doctoral program. This correspondence can be demonstrated by students providing catalog course descriptions, course syllabi, and, upon request, completed assignments for the courses being considered for transfer. Given the structure of the program it is unlikely that such transfer credit will result in any shortening of the time to completion.