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Course Transfer Evaluation covers the articulation piece of the Transfer Evaluation Process, which is performed by assigned departmental reviewers in the colleges. As ‘No Rule’ courses are identified in the Transfer Credit Model, the courses are routed to the appropriate department for articulation based on the subject area of the specified course. The reviewer provides the internal course equivalency, which creates the new rule.
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ADM001: Course Transfer Evaluation
This session is designed for departmental reviewers in the colleges who are responsible for providing internal course equivalencies for courses identified as ‘No Rule’ courses. It covers the history of articulation in the state of Florida, an overview of how articulation fits into the transfer evaluation process and admissions life cycle, and the process steps for articulating credit and assigning equivalency for ‘No Rule’ courses. This course is required for the UF_AD_TE_DEPARTMENT role.