Transfer Credit

Transfer credit, credit transfer, or advanced standing are the terms used by colleges and universities for the procedure of granting credit to a student for educational experiences or courses undertaken at another institution.

"Advanced standing" is also used to describe the status of a student granted credit, as distinct from normal course entrants who commence the stream of study at the beginning.

Read more about Transfer Credit:  Background, Credit Transferring Process, State and Institutional Initiatives, National To Regional Accreditation Transfer Issues, Transfer Schemes, See Also

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