You must have successfully completed 24 units of transferable post-secondary course work and may transfer up to a maximum of 60 units toward your degree program.
Transfer credit granted on admission to a degree program is not limited but may not normally be applied to the final 30 units of the program. Exceptions to this regulation require the approval of the Dean of the faculty concerned. If a student’s performance warrants a review of transfer credit granted on admission, the University reserves the right to require such a student to make up any deficiencies (without additional credit) before proceeding to studies at a higher level.
If you have completed postsecondary courses elsewhere, you may be eligible to receive credit which will reduce the length of your degree. Most programs at York consist of 120 credits and take four years to complete. Provided the courses you have taken fit your program, you may receive up to a maximum of 90 credits.
if you are admitted into an honours or 4-year general program, you can receive up to 10 units of transfer credit (the equivalent of 2 years of study at Waterloo).
You must take at least 50 per cent of the credits required for your degree, diploma or certificate at UNB.
Transfer credits may be included in a degree program provided that the transferring course is equivalent to a specific course required for the degree. In some cases, where the transferring course has no direct equivalent to a course at MUN, unspecified credit may be awarded. These credits can sometimes be used to fulfill elective requirements on a degree program. You should check with an advisor for the appropriate Faculty/School in this regard.
Candidates from degree programs offered by non-Canadian universities may request transfer credit. The amount of transfer credit will be decided by the Dean of the Faculty concerned.
Transfer credit assessments are dependent upon the program and courses a student has taken, the grades achieved, and the program the applicant is entering at Laurier.
Where possible, course-for-course credit is granted. If this is not possible, general elective credit will be awarded.
A minimum of 45 credits, and in some cases 60 credits, must be taken at Concordia University.