Evaluation of Transfer Credit
At University of Maryland Global Campus, you can get a head start on a career-boosting graduate program with transfer credits. You could be eligible to transfer up to 6 credits toward your master's degree or up to 3 credits toward your graduate certificate.
You may transfer exactly 6 credits toward the MBA or MS in Cybersecurity Technology program if you earned those credits at an approved institution and the course content is equivalent to the introductory course. You must complete a Graduate Transfer Credit Evaluation to find out if your credits may transfer.
As you are considering this transfer process, make sure your previous credits meet the following criteria:
- You earned the credits at the graduate level.
- You did not use the credits to meet the requirements for any degree you previously earned or expect to earn.
- You earned the credits within the time limit for the degree or certificate.
- You earned a B (3.0) or higher in the courses considered for transfer. (These grades will not be included in the calculation of your GPA at UMGC.)
- You earned the credits at an approved institution.
- The credits are either equivalent to graduate-level coursework or recommended for graduate-level credit by the American Council on Education or other nationally recognized bodies or as part of an approved articulation agreement.
- Your advisor and program director will determine which transfer credits are relevant to your program.
Approved institutions include those accredited by the following regional associations:
- Higher Learning Commission
- Middle States Association on Higher Education
- New England Commission of Higher Education
- Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges
- Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and Universities Commission
Credits from other accredited institutions may be approved on a case-by-case basis.
Academic Advisement Report
Upon application, your academic background is evaluated by the admissions team to determine eligibility for enrollment in a graduate program.
Upon official admission, you will be able to view your academic advisement report through MyUMGC which lists all course requirements for graduation including:
- UMGC courses required for degree completion.
- Approved transfer courses, if applicable.
You must successfully complete all coursework stipulated on the academic advisement report to be eligible for graduation.
The list below are countries recognized as English-speaking for purposes of language proficiency for international applicants.
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Canada (except Quebec)
Papua New Guinea
St. Kitts and Nevis
St. Vincent and the Grenadines
Trinidad and Tobago
Turks and Caicos Islands
United Kingdom (Scotland, England, Wales)