State L.A. will allow credit for work taken at another college or
university only when it appears on the studentís official transcript
from that institution, is acceptable for masterís degree credit at the
offering institution, and is deemed appropriate to the studentís
masterís degree program by the major department or division at Cal
Units. For this MSIS degree requiring 45 units in total, no
more than 13 quarter units of acceptable transfer, extension and/or
special session courses may be included on a masterís degree
Courses. Nine quarter units of 500-level or other graduate
courses taken through extension are eligible for masterís degree
Taken Prior to Approval of Program. No more than 13 quarter
units of acceptable course work completed prior to approval by the
principal graduate adviser, major department or division, and school
graduate dean may be included on a masterís degree program. This
includes acceptable transfer work.
Teaching. No masterís degree credit is allowed for directed
teaching, 700- or 800-level courses, courses numbered below 400, or
courses taken at another accredited institution that would not be
accepted toward a masterís degree at that institution.
for thesis (i.e., 599), research (i.e., 597), or
comprehensive examinations (i.e., 596) is not
Completed in Undergraduate Standing. No courses taken as an
undergraduate may be included on a masterís degree program except
as specifically provided for baccalaureate candidates in their final
quarter of undergraduate study.
Preparation. No credit toward a masterís degree
allowed for course work taken to meet necessary under-graduate
for a masterís degree program.
graduate credit will be allowed for extension courses that would not be
accepted toward a masterís degree at the offering institution (e.g.,
University of California extension courses in the X300 or X400 series)
in advance by the major department or division and school concerned.
receive credit toward a masterís degree for acceptable
postbaccalaureate work taken at other colleges or universities, students
must have official transcripts for-warded to the Admissions Office, and
must file a "Request for Records" (Form GS-1A) with their
major department or division.
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