To successfully transfer into the University of Michigan, you will have to demonstrate that your course of study is balanced on a foundation of general education courses that fulfill basic requirements and provide grounding in prerequisites or required courses that enable you to focus on a particular major at Michigan.
In order for your course work to be considered transferable to the University of Michigan, it must meet the following criteria: When transferring courses, you will typically receive the number of semester hours of credit (i.e., quarter hours converted to semester hours) earned on the campus(es) in which you took them.
Courses from regionally accredited post-secondary institutions will normally transfer to Augusta University if they are comparable to courses offered for academic credit here or would earn academic credit if they were offered.
Transfer Equivalency Guides can assist students in understanding how college coursework will transfer and apply towards Augusta University degree programs.
While the entire program is available online, you will still have to attend some scheduled meetings, either in person or through video conferencing.
If you are taking this program from a distance, you will be able to attend meetings through video conferencing as long as you have a camera on your home computer.
Each student's academic record is looked at individually because students will have different factors involved in the evaluation of their credit (previous coursework, school or college enrolled, academic major/minor elected, AP/IB credit, etc.) All of these factors are considered as our Credit Evaluation Team reviews the coursework to determine if and how transfer credit can be awarded.
Therefore, if you do not agree with your credit evaluation for any reason, you must pursue this with your Academic Advisor, after which you can also make an appeal through the Academic Standards Board.
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