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  Camden Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2023 Rutgers School of Business-Camden Academic Policies and Procedures - Rutgers School of Business-Camden Academic Credit for Transfer Courses  

Academic Credit for Transfer Courses

Transfer Courses from Other Four-Year Schools

Incoming transfer students are generally granted transfer credit for upper-level business courses taken in business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, if the student earned a grade of Cáor better. Business courses are upper level when they are at or above the 300 level in the Rutgers catalog. Students may be granted credit for upper-level courses taken at non-AACSB-accredited programs by approval of the associate dean for undergraduate programs or the area head of the department/discipline from which the course is offered. Transfer credit is rarely granted for upper-level courses taken before the student has completed 60 college credits. The maximum number of credits transferred may not exceed 90 credits from a four-year institution.

Students must adhere to the guidelines for transfer credit review as outlined by the

Transfer Courses from Two-Year Schools

Students transferring from other schools should consult with admissions counselors to learn if any articulation agreements are in place to define which courses at the school from which they are transferring are acceptable for meeting admission requirements.Please note the information on NJ Transfer below.

As noted above, the maximum number of credits transferred may not exceed 90 credits from a four-year institution, 60 of which may be from a two-year college.The maximum number of credits accepted from a two-year college is the number of credits required to earn the associate of arts or associate of science degree, not to exceed 60 credits.

Transfer students who are accepted into Rutgers School of Business-Camden have their credits evaluated by the Rutgers-Camden Office of New Student Programs. Course syllabi must be submitted electronically via Transfer Evaluation | Office of New Student Programs ( and students must adhere to the guidelines for transfer credit review as outlined by the Office of New Students Programs.

Credits accepted by Rutgers are awarded toward the total 120 credits needed for graduation however, certain courses in business while credited toward the degree may not be accepted for specific course requirements in the programs offered by Rutgers School of Business-Camden.

Comprehensive Statewide Articulation Agreement

The agreement with New Jersey community colleges and New Jersey public four-year institutions provides a seamless transition from public associate to public baccalaureate degree programs and supports the successful acquisition of baccalaureate degrees by transfer students.

Students who have completed an associate of arts (A.A.) or an associate of science (A.S.) degree from a New Jersey county college in January 2005 or thereafter and who have completed the required general education curriculum specified in the New Jersey Comprehensive State-Wide Transfer Agreement as a part of their degree, will have 60 degree credits transferred toward a baccalaureate degree program. Go to this link for details of the transfer agreement:

NJ Transfer ( Data Information System

Rutgers participates with the NJ Transfer Articulation System.áNJ Transfer is a computerized data information system designed to ease the transition from these institutions to Rutgers. Students attending one of New Jersey's two-year colleges can access the NJ Transfer website ( to obtain detailed information about transferring to Rutgers. Students may determine the transferability of the courses they are completing at their community college.

For additional information, contact RU-info at 848-445-info (4636) or
Comments and corrections to: One Stop Student Services Center.

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