School of Health Professions - Mortuary Science

 
 
 

Transfer Credit Policy

1.   A 2.0 grade point average will be required for graduation in the A.A.S. degree program.  A "C" will be required for transfer from other colleges.  Phase I, General Education, transfer credits must come from a regionally accredited college.

2.   Transfer credit for the Business-Science requirements (Accounting, Computers, Thanatochemistry, Human Anatomy, Microbiology, and Pathology) is subject to approval by the Mortuary Science Department.  Credit will not be given in transfer for courses taken more than 5 (five) years prior to a student’s eligibility for Phase II courses.  A minimum of “C” is required before any consideration is given for transfer credits in Phase II and Phase III.  In addition, transfer credits must come from a regionally accredited college and that college must be accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education.

The Business-Science requirements (Accounting, Computers, Thanatochemistry, Human Anatomy, Microbiology, and Pathology) must be fulfilled within 5 (five) years prior to a student’s eligibility for Phase II courses.

3.   Students who have taken two college level Business Law courses, equivalent to MNGT 140 and MNGT 141, will be considered for transfer credit for MORS 142, Mortuary Laws and Practice II.  Proper documentation must be submitted.

4.   Students who have taken two college level Human Anatomy and Physiology courses, equivalent to BIOL 220 and BIOL 221 will be considered for transfer credit for BIOL 130, Human Anatomy for Mortuary Science.  Proper documentation must be submitted.

5.   ACCT 101 is the required course.  A special section of ACCT 101 will be offered once each year in the second summer session.

       

 
 
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