Note: Regardless of program or degree, all students apply for admission through the Office of Graduate Studies (OGS) at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Attn: Michael Wollman, M.Ed
Transfer Credit Applied to Master's Degrees
Equivalent coursework completed at other institutions of recognized standing may be transferred to a master's degree program after evaluation and approval of the appropriate Committee on Graduate Studies and the Dean of Graduate Studies. No more than nine hours of transfer credit will be granted except in the professional master's programs that require more than 36 hours of coursework. In such programs, the number of transfer hours is limited to 25 percent of the total program hours. This rule does not invalidate written agreements between graduate programs and the Graduate School or agreements that are stated elsewhere in this catalog. Transfer credit will be accepted only for organized courses in which the student received a letter grade of B or higher and an official transcript showing the course(s) and grade(s) is required.
All work submitted for transfer credit must have been completed no more than six years before completion of a graduate program at the University of Texas at Arlington.
Transfer courses do not appear on a student's U.T. Arlington transcript and transfer course grades are not included in calculating a student's U.T. Arlington graduate grade-point average.
Course Credit Applied to More Than One Degree
No course that has been applied to any one degree, at any graduate or undergraduate institution, may be applied to any other degree, either directly or by substitution except in approved dual degree or approved fast track programs.