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Rowan University accepts the transfer of credits earned at other institutions of higher education on the basis of course equivalency. Course equivalency is the determination that a course taken at another institution is comparable to a course offered by Rowan University in terms of objectives, learning outcomes, and educational level. Mode of delivery is not a relevant or distinguishing factor in evaluating equivalency. Equivalent courses are accepted and applied to meet program requirements. Non-equivalent courses may be accepted as free electives and count as earned hours toward graduation. The University evaluates credits based on established equivalencies as well as on an individualized, case-by-case analysis.
For more information, see Transfer of Credit.
Course equivalencies for New Jersey community colleges can be looked up on the NJ Transfer website. Click on Find Course Equivalencies in the menu on the left of the main NJ Transfer page.