Though international students can attend many UNC Extended Campus programs, this delivery of this program is not well-suited for international students due to U.S. immigration requirements concerning the ratio of credit hours that international students must take in the classroom setting compared to how many credits are taken in online courses (immigration counts partially online courses as online).
Applicable graduate credit with a grade of A or B from a regionally accredited university may be able to be applied towards this academic program. However, all doctoral students must complete a minimum number of semester hours through UNC, so please check with the Program Coordinator. Transfer credit cannot have been counted in the completion of another degree, will not be used to meet any residency requirements, and is not used in calculation of the grade point average. All work counted in a doctoral degree program must be completed within eight years. The time limit is calculated from the beginning of the first class transferred in and counted in the degree program. See the full Graduate Transfer Credit Policy.
Students must submit an original transcript to their advisor for review. Student and advisor then complete a Transfer of Credit form to submit along with the original transcript to the Grad School for review and final approval.