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Transfer Policy - Master of Education

General Transfer Policies

  • Regionally or Nationally Accredited Institution, approved through the Department of Education
  • Grade of B or higher
  • 80% course equivalency
  • At least 3 semester hours (5 quarter hours) per course
  • Taken from a graduate program in a closely related field
  • Credit will not be awarded for life experience or continuing education workshops

Degree-Specific Transfer Policies

  • Credit limit of 6 hours; 12 hours for School Counseling
  • Course limit of 5 years of age for Education courses
  • Completed bachelor’s/master’s degrees are non-transferrable

The following courses are non-transferable:

  • EDCE 505 (Counseling Theories and Techniques)
  • EDCE 512 (Structured Groups)
  • EDCE 661 (School Counseling Program Development & Evaluation)
  • EDCE 698 (School Counseling Practicum)

  • EDCE 699 (Internship)

  • EDUC 504 (Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education)
  • EDUC 512 (Structured Groups)
  • EDUC 590 (Student Teaching)
  • EDUC 591 (Student Teaching)
  • EDUC 592 (Student Teaching)
  • EDUC 593 (Student Teaching)
  • EDUC 623 (Principles of Behavior Management)EDUC 622 (Educational Assessment & Intervention)
  • EDUC 632 (Language Acquisition and Instruction)
  • EDUC 641 (Supervision & Instruction)
  • EDUC 645 (Foundations for Educational Leaders)
  • EDUC 661 (School Counseling Program Development and Evaluation)
  • EDUC 673 (Curriculum and Methods for Middle School)
  • EDUC 695 (Directed Research)
  • EDUC 696 (Current Issues in Education)
  • EDUC 698 (Directed Practicum)
  • EDUC 699 (Internship)
  • COUN 501 (Counselor Professional Identity, Function and Ethics)
  • COUN 505 (Counseling Techniques and the Helping Relationship)
  • COUN 512 (Group Process)
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