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Undergraduate Calendar 2010|11

Transfer Credit Time Limits

Evaluations and Transfer Credit

5.3.9 Transfer Credit Time Limits

Usually, courses will be considered for transfer credit regardless of when they were completed. Depending on the program, Athabasca University will not award transfer credit for nursing courses, some administrative studies courses (e.g., law, senior-level accounting, management science, marketing or finance courses), information systems courses, or science courses that were completed more than 10 years ago.

In addition, the University will not grant transfer credit in the following programs for computer science courses taken more than five years ago.

  • Bachelor of Arts concentration and major in Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Computing Information Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in Computing Information Systems (Post Diploma)
  • University Certificate in Computing Information Systems

Students transferring credit completed within a Canadian Information Processing Society (CIPS) accredited diploma or who have completed a science-related diploma program from a college or technical institute, and who are enrolling in the Bachelor of Science Program, may not be eligible for a block transfer of credit if the diplomas are more than five years old.

Consequently, if student diplomas are more than five years old and students are currently active in their field of study, they should arrange to provide evidence of this activity to Transfer Credit Services (e.g., a letter from their employer, a copy of professional membership etc.).

Students who choose to change programs may ask a student advisor for help in determining whether courses they have completed through Athabasca University will be accepted into the new program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information effective Sept. 1, 2010 to Aug. 31, 2011.

Updated December 09, 2011