Courses completed at other accredited colleges or universities after a student has enrolled at Seaver College are transferable within these established guidelines.
Transferring Courses After Initial Enrollment at Seaver College (for Catalog Years beginning the 2008–2009 Academic Catalog)
After initial enrollment at Seaver College, students can transfer at most 12 units from another school. Courses taken at a two-year college are transferable only if the student has earned fewer than 64 units, including work at Seaver College
After initial enrollment at Seaver College, students can transfer at most 12 units from another school. Students who are dismissed by the Credits Committee in order to complete a full term at another school before returning to Pepperdine may transfer at most 16 units. Courses taken at a two-year college are transferable only if the student has earned fewer than 64 units, including work at Seaver College.
Academic and non-remedial courses completed at other regionally accredited institutions within seven years of the term of matriculation at Pepperdine normally transfer to Seaver College as elective units. The Academic Advising Center will review other courses on a case-by-case basis.
Approval must be obtained in advance from the Academic Advising Center to apply transfer courses to general studies or major requirements.
Only those courses with grades of C (2.000) or higher may transfer to fulfill requirements at Seaver College. No grades from transferred courses will apply to the GPA. Credit received on a basis other than the semester unit will be converted to the semester system. Lower-division classes taken at another college will transfer only as lower-division credit, even if they are upper-division classes at Seaver College.
Some extension courses, up to a maximum of 15 units, are transferable as elective units only. With divisional chairperson approval, these courses may fulfill major and general studies requirements. Transferable extension courses are only those that are automatically accepted for degree credit by the institution offering them.