Due to weather conditions, early morning classes at SUNY Cortland are cancelled. Classes scheduled to start after 10 a.m. will be held as regularly scheduled. Offices will operate as normal, although employees are urged to use caution traveling. Any employee who feels travel is unsafe should contact their supervisor and may use time accruals to stay home.
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Graduate students may transfer up to six (6) credit hours of graduate work from another regionally accredited institution. This approval will be dependent upon when the course was taken and the applicability toward the student’s program.
Transfer credit completed prior to enrollment at SUNY Cortland, or after matriculation at SUNY Cortland, must be approved by the student’s graduate coordinator or advisor and Associate Dean. Once enrolled in a SUNY Cortland program, students interested in taking courses elsewhere and transferring those to their SUNY Cortland degree are advised to seek permission prior to enrolling in such coursework.
Only courses with a grade of B (i.e., 3.0) or better will be transferable. Transfer credit may be applied to the fulfillment of degree requirements, but is not computed in the grade point average.
Courses may be taken prior to matriculation at SUNY Cortland or they may be taken concurrently. Click to access/print the Permission/Request to Transfer Graduate Credit form.
Note: The outlined process below is designed only for the transfer of graduate credit (500 & 600 level courses). Graduate students seeking to take undergraduate courses at another college as pre-requisites or for certification should discuss with their academic advisor/graduate coordinator for approval. In these cases, students should not complete a permission to transfer undergraduate credit form but simply have an official transcript of the course(s) sent to their academic department for verification of completion.
Coursework taken prior to beginning program at SUNY Cortland
Coursework taken after beginning program at SUNY Cortland
Undergraduate coursework may be required as an overall program requirement, a certification requirement, or as a prerequisite to a graduate course. Undergraduate coursework is typically not posted to the degree audit for a graduate student. While no form is required, students and advisors may choose to internally document and track approved undergraduate coursework from other colleges.