Transfer of Credit
+Transfer of Credit
Chatham University offers both undergraduate and graduate transfer of credit. For more information please visit http://www.chatham.edu/admission/transfercredit.cfm
Chatham University offers a variety of articulation agreements; for more information about these agreements please visist http://www.chatham.edu/admission/articulation.cfm
+Pittsburgh Consortium for Higher Education
In consultation with the faculty advisor, students may cross-register for a maximum of 6 credits while enrolled in their graduate or undergraduate programs by completing the appropriate Pittsburgh Consortium for Higher Education (PCHE) forms. This option is available to full-time graduate and undergraduate students enrolled in fall and spring semesters and is designed to enhance the student's educational experience broadly through the use of local institutional resources. Additional information on cross-registration may be obtained from the University Registrar's office.
+Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) Program
To learn more about potential advanced standing through these programs, please visit our Prior Learning Assessment page for more detailed information. http://www.chatham.edu/academics/programs/pla/
+Credit by Examination
To learn more about potential advanced standing through these programs, please visit our Credit by Examination page for more detailed information. http://www.chatham.edu/academics/programs/pla/
+Credit by Portfolio Development
To learn more about potential advanced standing through these programs, please visit our Credit by Portfolio Development page for more detailed information. http://www.chatham.edu/academics/programs/pla/
+Graduate Courses for Undergraduate Credit
Qualified, matriculated, undergraduate students not enrolled in the Five-Year Master's Program may receive permission to take up to six (6) credits of graduate-level courses relevant to their program of study. Students must have senior status and must receive a recommendation from their undergraduate academic advisor and permission from the graduate program director. The student is expected to perform graduate-level work. These graduate level credits count toward the undergraduate degree and may not be applied to a future graduate degree or program.