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Transfer Course Articulation

Course articulation is when external credit-bearing courses are formally reviewed and approved by faculty for course equivalency here at UB. Once a course has been reviewed and approved to be transferred to UB, theĀ Office of the Registrar will create a course articulation, which can be viewed through the Course Equivalency Guide located on the TAURUS website. The benefit of having a course articulated is that it may grant course equivalency that will fulfill specific major and general education requirements. Any course that comes from a regionally accredited institution may articulate for a course at UB. Post-secondary institutions that have other than regional accreditation are reviewed by a case-by-case basis according to the University Transfer Credit Policy.

In recognition of the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of institutions required or offered students the option of pass/fail or satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading. Pass (TP) and Satisfactory (TS) grades earned in transfer coursework completed in spring 2020 at domestic higher education institutions may be applied towards UB Curriculum and major requirements.

Published: Nov 23, 2021 13:22:43