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A maximum of 10 quarter hours of graduate credit (500 level or above) with a grade of B or above may be transferred from a regionally accredited institution to count toward the total credit requirement. The transfer of these courses must be approved by the TESOL advisor and the program coordinator, as well as the Dean of the College of Education and the Office of the Registrar.
If you complete courses as a transitional student at Seattle University you must petition to have these courses counted toward graduation requirements as a matriculated student.
If you wish to attend another institution while enrolled at Seattle University, other than the School of TESL, and plan to transfer the earned credits into this program, you must consult with your advisor. If the course is approved, you must complete a petition for exception to policy prior to undertaking this coursework. It is your responsibility to gather the relevant course information when requesting enrollment at a second institution. The course must be a regularly-organized graduate course offered by a regionally accredited institution. You must submit a copy of the transcript from the second institution to your advisor usually within thirty days after the completion of the coursework. To be transferred, the course must receive a B or higher. (Non-graded courses are not eligible.)
Graduate level courses taken while you were working toward an undergraduate degree cannot be transferred, nor can courses be transferred that will be more than six years old by the time you graduate from the TESOL program. Official transcripts showing the completed credits are also required. Petition forms for this process are available from the Program Office (206-296-5908).
In addition, courses from the School of TESL have been pre-approved for transfer; these are 900-level courses. In order to be accepted, however, all EPDES 900 level courses must be done at graduate level. You are responsible for informing the instructor that you want to complete a 900 level course at the graduate level. A maximum of 12 credits is allowed (see School of TESL).
MA– 12, MEd – 12, PMC - 6
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