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Individual Course Enrollment
Postbaccalaureate Studies students may enroll in one course, Social-Historical Foundations of American Sport (SPRT 4220), on a space-available basis with the permission of the Program Director. The course is not open to undergraduates.
Individuals interested in this option should apply to take a class through Postbaccalaureate Studies. Successful completion of this course does not guarantee admission to those who subsequently apply to the master’s degree program.
Previous Course Work — Into the Program
In principle, the School of Continuing Education does not accept transfer credit for degree work done at another institution. However, students enrolled in an M.S. degree program may petition their Program Director for advanced standing if they believe course work they have previously done is duplicative.
Transfer Credit — Out of the Program
Students who seek to apply course credit towards a degree must consult with the degree-granting school in order to determine eligibility and limitations. The School of Continuing Education cannot advise students on the applicability of credit toward another degree.