The SCSI Policy on Transfer of Credit

2 August 2008

For Non-Military Courses Taken

When requested, an SCSI Board will evaluate courses taken elsewhere for possible transfer of credit towards SCSI certificate programs.  Those wishing to explore transfer of credit should contact the SCSI Dean of Training and submit course descriptions, dates taken, where taken, and proof of completion for evaluation.  Courses that are judged essentially equivalent and sufficiently recent will be accepted for transfer credit.  Normally, no more than three courses are accepted for transfer credit. 

 For Military Courses Taken

When requested, an SCSI Board will evaluate military courses taken elsewhere for possible transfer of credit towards SCSI certificate programs.  Those wishing to explore transfer of credit should contact the SCSI Dean of Training and submit course descriptions, dates taken, where taken, and proof of completion for evaluation.  Courses that are judged essentially equivalent and sufficiently recent will be accepted for transfer credit.  Normally, no more than three courses are accepted for transfer credit. John will review your documentation with key instructors to evaluate if and where you may receive credit for SCSI courses.  You will need to provide completion certificates and course descriptions/specifications for evaluation by SCSI.

 

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