Transfer Course Restrictions
Equivalencies for Accounting and Tax courses are not granted if the course is over 10 years old.
This applies to the following courses: BUS 211, 212, 321, 322, 407, 408, 417, 418, 420 & 421.
Exceptions due to current work experience may be approved at the discretion of the Business Division.
Communication Arts & Sciences
Courses that are over 10 years old do not transfer at all.
There is no limit to the number of Computer Science credits allowed in transfer. Courses that are over 10 years old do not transfer at all.
100-200 level Education courses that are over 6 years old cannot be granted equivalency credit, however, they will be transferred as elective hours in Education.
300-400 level Education courses will be reviewed by the Education Department individually.
Licensure Programs There is a six (6) year time limit on the use of EDU courses toward licensure. This policy extends to transfer students and students who have left the college and elected to return to finish licensure programs.
Courses that are over 10 years old cannot be granted equivalency credit, however, they will be transferred as elective hours in Psychology.
Guidelines for Transfer equivalency for LAS 200
Transfer credit for LAS 200 may be granted to a student who has taken no more than two university-level courses that together:
1) center on foundational works spanning at least two of the following disciples: Humanities, Social Sciences and/or Natural Sciences
2) provide an interdisciplinary exploration of society's enduring questions.
3) apply cultural analysis with an emphasis on critical thinking and effective writing.
Courses that center on foundational works within a single discipline (such as Humanities) may be accepted if the student has taken at least one other interdisciplinary course that involves some combination of Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. (An example would be a course equivalent to BW's Humans and the Earth, which integrates social science and natural science disciplines). A mix of standard, non-interdisciplinary core courses, such as introductory philosophy, political science, or biology, will not be accepted for transfer equivalency for LAS 200. In sum, the one or two courses accepted as transfer equivalency for LAS 200 must reflect a focus on 1) foundational works; 2) interdisciplinarity; and 3) cultural analysis. These three elements must be applied toward an exploration of society's enduring questions and must have a strong emphasis on critical thinking and writing skills.
The Conservatory reserves the right to assess all music transfer credits through placement examination, particularly in the areas of Music Theory, Music History & Literature, Keyboard, and Primary Applied Instrument. If a student has had courses in these areas but does not demonstrate the required proficiency, he/she may be required to retake courses as taught by Conservatory faculty. In such a case, the credits will transfer as music electives.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Courses taken to meet prerequisites for the Accelerated BSN program at Baldwin Wallace University must be taken as traditional seated classes with labs (not online) and may not be more than five years old.