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Admitted Transfer Students
As of Fall 2008, the course Intermediate Algebra is defined as a basic skills course and the University will NO LONGER accept Intermediate Algebra in transfer as counting for earned hours towards graduation.
As of Fall 2009, the course Computer Literacy is defined as a basic skills course and the University will NO LONGER accept Computer Literacy in transfer as meeting the University graduation requirement.
International Baccalaureate Acceptance Policy
Rowan University awards transfer credit for International Baccalaureate (IB) examinations. Students who earn the international baccalaureate diploma may be granted credit in higher level subjects with scores of 5 or greater. All students will have their credentials evaluated on an individual basis for specific course equivalency. Rowan University must receive the Official IB transcript before credit will be assigned.
Diploma recipients who do not meet the minimum score requirements will receive course credit for only those higher level courses passed with a score of 5 or higher.
IB Certificate students (non-diploma) will receive course credits for each higher level course passed with an examination score of 5 or higher.
Notice: The University has established Academic Standing which apply to all matriculated undergraduate students as follows: Students who have earned 15 or more semester hour credits and have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 are considered in good academic standing.This policy will affect incoming, matriculated, undergraduates admitted Fall 2007.