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Transfer Credit Policy - ABMTC SWISS

ABMTC (American Business Management and Technology College) transfer credit policies are established by the Deans and Faculty of the academics division. Any questions regarding the evaluation of courses, either before or after enrollment, should be directed to the Dean’s office. At ABMTC, transfer credit is established on a course-by-course basis. Transferable courses must have been completed at recognized colleges or universities and must be similar in content, depth, and breadth as compared to courses taught at our college. The college will award a maximum of 25 percent of the credits required for a master’s degree program (or nine credit hours for a 36 credit hours degree program)  through transfer credit. Courses accepted for transfer credit are relevant to the program of study and equivalent in both content and degree level.

The college will award a maximum of 15 percent of the credits required for a professional doctoral degree program (or nine credit hours for a 60 credit hours degree program) through transfer credit. Courses accepted for transfer credit are relevant to the program of study and equivalent in both content and degree level. The unit of credit at ABMTC is the credit hour. Most courses earn three credits (1 Credit= 45 Clock Hours of Coursework). In order to be eligible for ABMTC transfer credit, courses must have earned at least three credits or an equivalent number of credits. No credit will be granted for internships, field experiences, practical, or independent study. A new grade point average begins with the commencement of a student’s career at the University, and reflects only work completed as a graduate student at ABMTC. Students are advised to consult with the procedures and policies of their department or school for exceptions to this policy.