Completed Transfer Course Credit form
An official/original grade transcript including the course(s) under consideration for credit. For CED courses, a student report will suffice.
A course outline for the course(s) completed. It must include the contact hours and/or course objectives, textbook and materials required and the method of student evaluation.
Complete a Transfer Course Credit form (PDF)
The student will complete the Request for Course Credit form for a substitute course credit and submit it to the Program Coordinator responsible for the program in which the student is registered. The request must be supported by a clear rational backed up by appropriate documents (e.g., transcripts or certificates showing related studies, course outline).
It is advisable that applicants would receive written approval from the Program Coordinator prior to registering for a substitute course, although approval of a successfully completed course is possible.
Complete a Request for Course Credit Form
Challenge for Credit
The purpose of Challenge for Credit is to provide students with some means of obtaining academic credit (not otherwise obtainable as a transfer credit) for practical training and experience, or study previously completed.
To be eligible to challenge for credit a student must first be admitted to a non-degree program. Students will be required to demonstrate their competence in the course(s) which they are challenging for credit. The assessment methods for Challenge for Credit may vary by course. Formal, written examinations may be required as the method of assessment.
Students are not allowed more than one challenge attempt per course. The total credit accepted into a program on the basis of challenge will not exceed one-half (1/2) of the total number of courses or hours required to complete the program. Students who have applied to challenge may not attend classes in the course(s) for which they request a Challenge for Credit.
A fee may apply for Challenge for Credit. Students should contact the Program Coordinator for information regarding requirements, methods of assessments and fees.