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Credit Earned in Teachers College Courses and in Columbia University Graduate Courses Taken While Enrolled at Another School of Columbia University

Credit Earned in Teachers College Courses and in Columbia University Graduate Courses Taken While Enrolled at Another School of Columbia University

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Credit Earned in Teachers College Courses and in Columbia University Graduate Courses Taken While Enrolled at Another School of Columbia University

In most cases, students who enroll at Teachers College with prior enrollment at Columbia University may request the transfer of their earlier course work according to the policy on transfer credit.   Under limited circumstances, TC students with prior enrollment at Columbia University may petition the Registrar to count earlier course work toward their TC degree program as institutional credit, as opposed to transfer credit. This course work may include Columbia University graduate courses or TC courses taken while enrolled at Columbia University.

Course work must meet the following conditions for eligibility:

  1. Graduate-level courses only
  2. Courses must not have counted toward any Columbia University academic program.

Students whose course work meets these criteria should ask their TC advisors to make a written recommendation to the Registrar.  If approved to count as institutional credit, students will be required to pay the TC college fee for each semester in which they enrolled in the courses.

 

Effective date: March 2018

Last edited: August 17, 2018 

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