If you have earned graduate-level credits at another institution, you may be able to transfer them and apply them toward the Master of Science in Nursing degree requirements under the following policies:
- On a case-by-case basis, a student may petition to have graduate credit from an accredited college or university counted as the equivalent of another course in the curriculum and accepted as transfer credit.
- In such cases, a student will have to supply a course syllabus to ensure that the content in the course taken at another university is equivalent to the content of the course in the Master of Science in Nursing curriculum.
- A course with a similar name or the same name as a course offered at the University of Cincinnati does not necessarily mean that the content of the course is similar enough to accept it as transfer credit to our program.
Students must be fully admitted to the program before graduate credit from another university will be evaluated by the Master of Science in Nursing faculty.