Transfer and Prior Learning Credit

 

The School of Professional Studies has a generous transfer policy. Students can bring in as many as 84 credits into the program. Credits presented for transfer must be from an accredited institution and a final course grade of a C or higher is required. Transfer credit is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, Writing I (ENG-160) College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies. For more information about your transfer credit, please contact the program director.

Rosemont College School of Graduate and Professional Studies is now offering students the ability to receive college credits for learning they have acquired through life experience. You must demonstrate by the submission of a portfolio that your experience has resulted in college-level learning.  The student pay for one credit and receives three credits per course successfully challenged.  Students may challenge up to fifteen courses.

Credit by examination is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, College Writing I (ENG-0170) and College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies.  

Students seeking this option after being enrolled in the School of Professional Studies must obtain approval first from the Director of General Education, Bobbijo Pinnelli, who can be reached at 610.527.0200 x2308, or via email at .

There are 38 unique subject areas offered to students. http://www.getcollegecredit.com/ .  

The following tests fulfill Rosemont’s General Education Curricula.

Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of College Algebra
Principles of Statistics

Social Sciences
Substance Abuse
Criminal Justice
Foundations of Education
Life-Span Developmental Psychology
Human/Cultural Geography
General Anthropology
Introduction to Law Enforcement
Fundamentals of Counseling

Oral Presentation
Principles of Public Speaking

Creative Expression
Art of the Western World

Multicultural & Gender
Human/Cultural Geography
General Anthropology

Ethics in Action
Ethics in America

Religious Studies
Introduction to World Religions

Humanities
Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
A History of the Vietnam War
The Civil War and Reconstruction
Human/Cultural Geography
Art of the Western World
Western Europe since 1945
Introduction to the Modern Middle East
Ethics in America
Introduction to World Religions
Principles of Public Speaking

Science
Here’s to Your Health
Astronomy
Environment and Humanity
Principles of Physical Science I
Physical Geology

Sustainability
Environment and Humanity

 

College Level Examination Program (CLEPS)

Credit by examination is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, College Writing I (ENG-0160) and College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies.

Students seeking this option after being enrolled in the School of Professional Studies must obtain approval first from the Director of General Education, Bobbijo Pinnelli, who can be reached at 610.527.0200 x2308, or via email at .

There are 33 subject areas students can take a test in.  http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/about.html

The following tests fulfill Rosemont’s General Education curricula:

Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
Calculus
College Algebra
College Mathematics
Precalculus

Social Sciences
Human Growth and Development
Introduction to Educational Psychology
Introductory Psychology
Introductory Sociology
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics

Oral Presentation
N/A

Creative Expression
Art of the Western World

Multicultural & Gender
N/A

Ethics in Action
N/A

Religious Studies
N/A

Humanities
American Literature
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
College Composition and College Composition Modular
English Literature
Humanities
French Language (Levels 1 and 2)
German Language (Levels 1 and 2)
Spanish Language (Levels 1 and 2)
American Government
History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877
History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present

Science 
Biology
Chemistry
Natural Sciences

Sustainability
Environment and Humanity

The School of Professional Studies has a generous transfer policy. Students can bring in as many as 84 credits into the program. Credits presented for transfer must be from an accredited institution and a final course grade of a C or higher is required. Transfer credit is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, Writing I (ENG-160) College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies. For more information about your transfer credit, please contact the program director.

 

Rosemont College School of Graduate and Professional Studies is now offering students the ability to receive college credits for learning they have acquired through life experience. You must demonstrate by the submission of a portfolio that your experience has resulted in college-level learning.  The student pay for one credit and receives three credits per course successfully challenged.  Students may challenge up to fifteen courses.

 

 

Credit by examination is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, College Writing I (ENG-0170) and College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies. 

Students seeking this option after being enrolled in the School of Professional Studies must obtain approval first from the Director of General Education, Bobbijo Pinnelli, who can be reached at 610.527.0200 x2308, or via email at bpinnelli@rosemont.edu.

There are 38 unique subject areas offered to students. http://www.getcollegecredit.com/

The following tests fulfill Rosemont’s General Education Curricula.

Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of College Algebra
Principles of Statistics

Social Sciences
Substance Abuse
Criminal Justice
Foundations of Education
Life-Span Developmental Psychology
Human/Cultural Geography
General Anthropology
Introduction to Law Enforcement
Fundamentals of Counseling

Oral Presentation
Principles of Public Speaking

Creative Expression
Art of the Western World

Multicultural & Gender
Human/Cultural Geography
General Anthropology

Ethics in Action
Ethics in America

Religious Studies
Introduction to World Religions

Humanities
Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union
A History of the Vietnam War
The Civil War and Reconstruction
Human/Cultural Geography
Art of the Western World
Western Europe since 1945
Introduction to the Modern Middle East
Ethics in America
Introduction to World Religions
Principles of Public Speaking

Science
Here’s to Your Health
Astronomy
Environment and Humanity
Principles of Physical Science I
Physical Geology

Sustainability
Environment and Humanity

College Level Examination Program (CLEPS)

Credit by examination is acceptable in lieu of all General Education requirements except Rosemont eConnections, College Writing I (ENG-0160) and College Writing II (ENG-0170). These three courses are required of all students enrolled in the School of Professional Studies.

Students seeking this option after being enrolled in the School of Professional Studies must obtain approval first from the Director of General Education, Bobbijo Pinnelli, who can be reached at 610.527.0200 x2308, or via email at bpinnelli@rosemont.edu.

There are 33 subject areas students can take a test in.  http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/clep/about.html

The following tests fulfill Rosemont’s General Education curricula:

Problem Solving & Critical Thinking
Calculus
College Algebra
College Mathematics
Precalculus

Social Sciences
Human Growth and Development
Introduction to Educational Psychology
Introductory Psychology
Introductory Sociology
Principles of Macroeconomics
Principles of Microeconomics

Oral Presentation
N/A

Creative Expression
Art of the Western World

Multicultural & Gender
N/A

Ethics in Action
N/A

Religious Studies
N/A

Humanities
American Literature
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature
College Composition and College Composition Modular
English Literature
Humanities
French Language (Levels 1 and 2)
German Language (Levels 1 and 2)
Spanish Language (Levels 1 and 2)
American Government
History of the United States I: Early Colonization to 1877
History of the United States II: 1865 to the Present
Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648
Western Civilization II: 1648 to the Present

Science
Biology
Chemistry
Natural Sciences

Sustainability
Environment and Humanity