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Transfer Credit may be granted when a student provides appropriate documentation of an equivalent course taken at another post-secondary institution. The Alberta Transfer Guide, or other provincial transfer guide(s) and academic calendar course descriptions/outlines will be used to determine if the course may be formally recognized. Recognition may also be granted for learning experiences which are equivalent to an identified RDC course (i.e. practica or studio). In these cases, the student must provide documentation acceptable to the College.
Official Transcripts, Academic Course/Outlines and other supporting documentation as determined by the College Assessor must be provided by the student. Foreign language documents must be translated and certified by an accredited translator. Transfer credit is applicable for students who are bringing programs and courses from other post-secondary and educational institutions at the post-secondary level. Students not eligible for Transfer Credit may explore other RPL options.
When Transfer Credit is granted, the information will appear on the College transcript as "TR", with the appropriate credit weight attached, but no grade is assigned. Students will be advised of the fee requirement, if applicable, after submission of their completed RPL application.
To qualify for an RDC program credential, students must complete at least 50% of the credit requirements for the credential through enrolment in RDC courses.
Letter of Permission
Students may obtain a Letter of Permission (Visiting Student Letter), requesting formal recognition of course work to be completed in the future at another post-secondary institution on their RDC transcript in the form of Transfer Credit. Using an RPL application to request a letter of permission, students must provide the relevant details of the course they propose to take as the basis of the Letter of Permission is a pre-approval of equivalent course curriculum.