Up to nine semester credits of sufficiently similar courses may be transferred from other accredited graduate programs. The credit hours for a course transferred may not completely satisfy the required material necessary to receive three credit hours. In these cases, the student may be required to take additional hours to reach the equivalent of three credit hours for the course. Transfer credit can be considered only if the following conditions have been met:
An official transcript is sent which shows that the course being considered for transfer credit:
The MBA Director will review the request with faculty of the course for which transfer credit is being sought. Together they will make the decision if the transfer is to be allowed. The student will be notified and the transfer credit will be recorded in the student’s permanent file.
The grades for transfer credits do not appear on the student’s transcript and are not included in the MBA grade point average.
Only under extraordinary circumstances are students allowed to take courses elsewhere when enrolled in the St. Ambrose University MBA Program. These instances almost invariably involve job-related transfers out of the city with a maximum of nine semester credit hours allowed. These transfers must be approved in advance by the MBA Director.