Under New Jersey state law, approved courses in high school
may be taken for college credit. Students should consult with the
Business School first-year dean in the fall to determine if these
courses qualify for credit at Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate-New Brunswick and whether or not they actually provide an adequate background as a prerequisite to the next level course at Rutgers.
Please note that njtransfer.org alone cannot be used to determine course equivalencies for courses
taken at NJ community colleges while the student is in high school or
for courses taken at the high school and recorded on a college
transcript. Many courses with Rutgers equivalents in njtransfer.org
may transfer as general elective credit or may not transfer at all if
taken while the student was in high school. All transcripts of
college-level coursework must be sent to the Business School Office of
the Dean for a complete evaluation. These evaluations normally take
place in the first semester at Rutgers.
Dual-enrollment courses reported on a college transcript
will be considered for Rutgers credit, subject to the following
No more than four dual-enrollment courses (not to exceed 15 credits) may transfer into the Rutgers Business School.
No more than two dual-enrollment courses per semester are transferable.
Minimum grade that must be earned is a B.
If the student was
concurrently enrolled in the parallel Advanced Placement (AP) course for
that academic discipline, and scored below a 4 on the AP examination,
no academic credit will be considered for the dual-enrollment course.
There will be no exceptions to these dual-enrollment policies. For
questions about dual-enrollment credits, please contact the RBS
first-year dean at email@example.com.