Procedure for Converting Continuing Education Coursework into Academic Credits 2018-01-27T15:53:45+00:00

Procedure for Converting Continuing Education Coursework into Academic Credits

The University will accept appropriate continuing education coursework for academic credit. Acceptance is at the discretion of the Dean of the degree programme to which the candidate is applying.

Procedure

  • FORM CE should be completed and sent to the Dean with appropriate evidence of the continuing education coursework.
  • One (1) credit will be granted for each thirteen and one half (13.5) contact hours under the following conditions:
    1. Course content must be judged by the Dean to be at the graduate level and relevant to the candidate’s degree;
    2. Proof of attendance;
    3. A passing grade (If the candidate’s coursework has not been graded, an examination consisting of a submitted paper of seven (7) or more double-spaced pages for each credit granted. The candidate will then submit the paper(s) to the Dean for grading. Upon approval, by the Dean appropriate credits will be granted;
    4. Fees: Two hundred dollars ($200)  for the evaluation of each graded credit (13.5 contact hours); three hundred dollars ($300) for the evaluation and examination of each ungraded credit (13.5 contact hours) submitted for approval will be charged;
    5. The University offers, if needed, on line courses at four hundred fifty dollars ($450) per credit.
  • A record of all converted continuing education coursework along with the evidence of examination (testing) will be kept in the candidate’s permanent portfolio.