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Transfer Work in a Master's Program

For all students admitted to a graduate certificate program in Fall 2009 or later, up to 9 hours of formal coursework taken at another institution or from UCF may be transferred into a master’s program, at the discretion of the program OR up to the entire hours of a graduate certificate program taken at UCF may be transferred into a master’s program, at the discretion of the program.

Students admitted to a graduate certificate program prior to Fall 2009 may transfer up to 9 hours of formal course work taken at another institution or from UCF AND up to the entire hours of a graduate certificate program taken at UCF, if they have been advised that they can do so by the program.

Petitions for transfer work are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. To request an exception to the above limits on transfer work, see your program director (code for exception is GSP9MA). All transfer work must be formal coursework with no grades of C or lower. No courses older than 7 years at the time of graduation may be used in the program of study for a master’s degree, including transfer work. The university will not allow transfer course work from professional societies, independent agencies, employers or companies unless they are American Council on Education (ACE) certified. 

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