Transfer Policy

 

The Charleston Southern University (CSU) Transfer Policy holds. In addition, there are specific transfer policies effective in the School of Education (SOE). School of Education policies are as follows:

1) Only courses newer than seven years old may be eligible for transfer.

2) EDUC 201 Principles and Philosophy of Education may be transferred from an NCATE-accredited institution. The syllabus must indicate the transfer course is similar in content, rigor and field experience. A “B” or better must have been earned for the course to transfer to CSU, and the student must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher.

3) EDUC 313 Introduction to Human Growth and Development may be transferred from an NCATE-accredited institution. The syllabus must indicate the transfer course is similar in content and rigor. A “B” or better must have been earned for the course to transfer to CSU, and the student must have a GPA of 2.0 or higher.

4) Generally, EDUC 201 and EDUC 313 are the only education courses potentially eligible for transfer to CSU.

5) Elementary and/or Early Childhood majors are required to take three standards-based core science courses (BIOL 149 with a lab, GEOL 100 with a lab, CHEM 111 with a lab OR PHYS 111 with a lab). A student may earn a substitution for one of the science courses. The science course the student substitutes must be of appropriate content and rigor including lab. After a student is enrolled in CSU, he or she cannot take a science course at another institution and substitute the course for one of the three core science courses.

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