After having completed all requirements for transfer admission, matriculated students will be given a statement of credits accepted for transfer by the University within the first semester of enrollment. Students from regionally accredited colleges and universities may transfer credit for college-level academic courses completed with grades of C (meaning C-, C, or C+) or better, but the University reserves the right to determine what credit, if any, for courses taken elsewhere may be counted toward its degrees. (Undergraduate Catalog 2012-13 p. 21)
It is the responsibility of the student to review the statement of credits and to work with his or her advisor to ensure that all Core Curriculum requirements are fulfilled prior to graduation.
Your individual Program Evaluation form provides the easiest method of tracking student progess. Courses transferred in from other universities and courses completed at Coastal Carolina Univeristy will display as completed on the form. You must login to WebAdvisor to see the form.
Transfer Students with an Earned A.A., A.S., B.A., or B.S Degree
A student accepted to the University with an earned Associate of Arts, Associate of Science. Baccalauerate of Arts, or Baccalauerate of Science degree from a regionally accredited college or university will be exempt from having to meet core curriculum requirements.
Coursework from external institutions will be evaluated for transfer to the University on an individual basis in accordance with established transfer policies and procedures. (See the Transfers, pages 21-28, in the Undergraduate Catalog.) Instead of applying towards core requirements, transferred course credits may be applied to foundation, minor, cognate or major requirements, or may be counted as electives.
Note: credit for the Core requirement courses will not be awarded as a result of the exemption. All requirements for the awarding of degrees, including prequisites, minimum credits earned and minimum grades still apply. All coures prerequistes and corequisites still apply. Associate in Applied Science degrees, and degrees from foreign institutions are not eligible for the core curriculum exemption.