Transfer Credit Evaluations
Transfer Credit Evaluations are sent once you've been admitted. Drexel may grant you credit for courses completed at a college or university that is either regionally accredited or a recognized candidate for accreditation according to the Association of Colleges and Schools/Commission on Higher Education.
Transfer credit is evaluated by an academic advisor from the department to which you've been admitted. To receive transfer credit for courses completed at another university, the courses must be substantially equivalent to courses offered in the corresponding curriculum at Drexel and you must have completed the courses with a grade of C (C=2.0) or better. This is at the discretion of the academic department and in some cases, grades of B or better are needed for the course to transfer in. Generally, Drexel will transfer up to 60 semester credits. Drexel's academic year operates on a quarterly basis while most schools are organized by semester — this will affect your transfer credits. 60 semester credits equal approximately 90 quarter credits.
As a response to COVID-19 many universities have offered students the ability to complete courses in non-standard grade modes for the winter quarter, spring quarter, and spring semester of academic year 2019-2020. Drexel University may grant credit for courses taken in non-letter grading modes during the winter quarter, spring quarter, and spring semester of academic year 2019–2020 if the previously stated conditions are met and your transcript indicates the course was passed.
To view a list of course requirements for your intended major, please visit the University Catalog.
You can learn more about Drexel University's policy by viewing the Provost's Transfer of Credit webpage.
Refer to the Earned Course Credit page for more information.