Can a student retake a PSU course at another school and transfer it back to Plymouth?

May 27th, 2010 by Bridget

With prior approval through the Undergraduate Studies office, a student may retake courses he/she has failed at PSU through transfer credit. Those are the only courses students may retake via transfer that will impact on their cumulative gpa. Students may not retake, through transfer, courses in which they have earned credit with grades above F (i.e., a grade of D- earned at PSU may not transfer back to Plymouth to improve their grade point average).

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