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Guide to Transfer Equivalency Worksheet

The transfer credit listed on your worksheet is accepted at the University of Vermont. The Academic Dean of the college in which you become a candidate for a degree determines how the course(s) are applied toward degree requirements.

Here is an example of different ways a science course (either with or without a lab) might be accepted at UVM. Courses that include an 'L' indicate lab credit; courses that do not, indicate lecture only credit:

PHYS 011 Equivalent to UVM course Physics 011.
PHYS 021 Equivalent to UVM course Physics 021.
PHYS 0XX Similar to a UVM physics course at the 1-99 level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS 0LX Similar to a UVM Physics lab course at the 1-99 level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS 1XX Similar to a UVM Physics course at the 100-level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS 1LX Similar to a UVM Physics lab course at the 100-level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS 2XX Similar to a UVM Physics course at the 200-level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS 2LX Similar to a UVM Physics lab course at the 200-level, but does not match a specific course.
PHYS XXX Similar to a UVM Physics course. Credit is granted, but not at a particular level. Normally, if the course is to be applied as an elective, no further review is necessary. If you plan to fill a specific requirement with this course, you are advised to submit a syllabus or other course materials to Transfer Affairs, 339 Waterman Bldg.
PHYS XLX Similar to a UVM Physics lab course. Credit is granted, but not at a particular level. Normally, if the course is to be applied as an elective, no further review is necessary. If you plan to fill a specific requirement with this course, you are advised to submit a syllabus or other course materials to Transfer Affairs, 339 Waterman Bldg.

Credits transfer only; only UVM grades are factored into your UVM GPA.

Please note: Institutions do not automatically send us a transcript each semester.

All course materials submitted for review must be picked up in Transfer Affairs or they will be recycled/shredded.

Reason codes, such as GTL, Grade too Low, appear on your transfer equivalency worksheet online.

For courses assigned 0XX, 1LX, XXX credit, detailed course syllabi may be submitted to the Office of Transfer Affairs for further review.

Last modified May 18 2012 08:27 AM

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