Procedure 3.09.01 - Continuing Education (CE) to Curriculum (CU) Transfer Credit

Through an internal articulation agreement between Continuing Education and Curriculum divisions of the college, Continuing Education (CE) coursework from Southeastern Community College only and related to curriculum instruction may be transferred or accepted for credit towards curriculum (CU) courses in specific programs. The Request for Evaluation of Continuing Education Units for Curriculum Credit Form will be completed by the student’s Advisor and Dean certifying that all information is accurate and that all appropriate learning outcomes have been met.

  • Students currently or previously enrolled in Southeastern Community College pre-approved continuing education training courses may request awarded course credit in corresponding curriculum programs.
  • Only courses pre-approved for articulation from continuing education to the curriculum sister course will be considered for conversion. Continuing education units may not be used as substitutions for other required courses or courses in other programs of study.
  • In order to request awarded credit, the student must be enrolled in the corresponding curriculum program and must be enrolled in at least one curriculum program course past the 10% date of that semester or session.
  • Prior to requesting curriculum credit, the student must first register, pay, and pass the continuing education course with a grade of 70% or better.
  • Beginning fall semester 2022, the student must apply for the conversion of continuing education units to curriculum credit within five (5) years of earning each applicable unit.
  • Students must have earned a minimum letter grade of a “C,” passed the final assessment with proficiency of 70% or better, or successfully passed the applicable credentialing exam.
  • The appropriate Dean for each division will approve continuing education course material prior to the official granting of curriculum credit.
  • In order to meet the requirements of a Curriculum credential, the minimum number of credit hours that must be completed in curriculum at Southeastern Community College is 25% of a certificate, diploma, or degree.
  • Students are not allowed to receive CU credit for a CE course taken while currently enrolled in or after they have received credit for a CU course in the same certificate, diploma, or degree.
  • The non-course credit hours of the course will count toward graduation at Southeastern Community College but may not transfer to other colleges or universities.
  • There is no tuition for articulated CE credit.
  • Rules for maximum transfer or alternative credit for any credential apply.
  • Such credit will not be calculated in the grade point average.