Review Emmanuel’s transfer credit acceptance policy, eligibility requirements, process for off-campus course approvals, and search previously approved off-campus and study abroad course equivalencies.

If you are applying to Emmanuel and have questions concerning transfer credit, please emailadmissions@emmanuel.edu

Emmanuel College will grant credit for courses taken at post-secondary institutions, accredited by one of the six regional accrediting commissions, which are comparable in content, scope, and rigor to course offerings within the academic programs offered at Emmanuel College. Review the full policy for all current and prospective students at Emmanuel College. Students should also refer to the specific transfer credit policy for their situation (Arts and Sciences student, Graduate and Professional Programs (including undergraduate GPP), Colleges of the Fenway, or Study Abroad for policies that pertain to them in addition to the overall transfer credit policy that applies to all students.

In addition to the transfer credit policy that applies to all students, review the policies that pertain specifically to Arts and Sciences students, including high school dual enrollment coursework, AP and IB credit, and reading the transfer student transfer evaluation and resources for transfer students.

Students who seek to complete a course off campus must complete the Study Off Campus Request Form. The student is responsible for obtaining and completing the Study Off Campus Request Form, including the appropriate approvals, before registering for a course at another institution.

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Our Transfer Credit Eligibility and Course Equivalency Search allows prospective and current students to identify which and how their current or completed coursework may transfer to Emmanuel upon matriculation.

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Our Transfer Credit Eligibility and Course Equivalency Search allows prospective students to identify which and how their current or completed coursework may transfer to Emmanuel upon matriculation.

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