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- All candidates who have successfully completed the required methods courses at another college or university may audit one or more methods course(s) at Nicholls State University to become familiar with the conceptual framework of the college.
- Candidates will receive credit for correspondence and extension courses taken at other institutions only when such courses have been approved for credit in advance by their adviser and by the dean of the College of Education.
- Transfer candidates must meet all of the Admission and Retention Policies within the identified transition points. Each candidate’s transcript must be evaluated by his or her assigned adviser. Transfer candidates must earn a minimum grade of C in all courses required for the bachelor’s degree and/or certification after transferring.