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The University of Miami suggests that students follow a general liberal arts curriculum. Students at two-year colleges are encouraged to follow the Associate of Arts path.
         
Transfer credit evaluations are only conducted after the student has completed an application and been accepted. Only credits from a regionally accredited institution are transferable to the University of Miami. At UM, the transfer of credits is a two-part process:
     
 
  • After the student has been accepted:
         
  • Transcripts are reviewed on a course-by-course basis.
         
  • The student will receive a detailed transfer credit evaluation with any possible UM course equivalencies.
     
  • After arriving on campus:
         
  • Students will meet with their academic advisors or departmental deans.
         
  • Advisors will determine how the transferable credits satisfy degree requirements and approve the course equivalencies.
             
    Credits That Will Not Be Accepted:
     
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  • Credits taken at an institution that is not regionally accredited*.
     
  • Courses with a Grade Lower than C
     
  • Physical Education, Professional, or Technical Courses
     
  • The following credits completed through a Two-Year College: Study Abroad, Independent Study or Internships
     
  • Life Experience
             
    Credits earned through online coursework must have a grade of C or better and be taken through a regionally accredited institution. Courses that have grades of C- or lower will not transfer; however, these grades will still be used to compute an admission grade point average.
             
    *For information about regionally accredited institutions:
     
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  • Western states - www.wascweb.org
     
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  • Southern states - www.sacscoc.org
     
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  • Northwestern states - www.nwccu.org
     
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  • New England states - www.neasc.org
     
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  • Middle states - www.msche.org
     
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  • North Central states - www.ncacihe.org



         
       
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