Number 94-19
Description Convert credits earned at other university to fit UTA classes
Authored by William Muirheid
Sponsored by Tammy AlNajar
Date Submitted Tuesday, March 15, 1994
Date Considered Tuesday, April 19, 1994
General Body Vote Thursday, January 1, 1970
Committee Other
Result n/a
Remarks Memo sent from University President Amacher to Standards Committee asking for a recommendation about this. No further information is available about this resolution.
Whereas The University gives transfer credit for formal education completed at non-accredited institutions; and
Whereas It has been university policy for over 25 years to accept transfer credits for classwork compleed at the Defense Language Institute (subject to approval by the UT Arlington Foreign Language Department).
Be It Further Resolved That Using the American Council on Education's recommendations as a guide, the University accept transfer credits for federally administered formal classroom instruction; and
Be It Further Resolved That Courses which do not correspond to one of UT Arlington's numbered courses, but which are transferable for credit will be listed on the student's record in the appropriate subject area showing hour value and course title. A maximum of 72 semester hours, plus four hours of exercises and sports activities may be transferred. The students major department advisor will determine the amount of transfer credit that will apply toward a particular degree.