Electives & Transfer Courses

The remaining 12 units of the degree program may be met entirely or in part by transfer credit.

No courses that have been completed more than six years before the anticipated date of graduation shall be counted toward a graduate degree and cannot be transferred without written approval from the Program Chair.

The units can be satisfied in one of the following three ways:

1. Candidates who complete their teaching credential in the post-Baccalaureate program at the University of Redlands may transfer in 12 units from that program.

2. Candidates who completed their teaching credentials elsewhere may transfer up to 6 units. The Program Chair reviews the candidate’s transcripts and catalog descriptions of courses to determine if the units can be applied to the master’s degree. The remaining six units are taken as electives.

3. Candidates who cannot transfer in any coursework or who wish to individualize a program of study must meet with the Program Chair to determine electives that satisfy program requirements. Written approval from the Program Chair is necessary for registration.

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The giant "R" seen on the mountain north of the University that is about one-third the size of the Quad.

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