The Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions will evaluate all hours submitted by the transfer applicant, and reserves the right to accept or reject any of the credit offered for transfer.
Credit hours earned with grades of “C” or better (grades of C- or below are not acceptable) at an accredited institution of higher education prior to admission to the Creighton University School of Pharmacy and Health Professions may be transferred at the discretion of the Assistant/Associate Dean in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs. Transcripts will be evaluated by the Assistant/Associate Dean in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs only after a transfer student has been officially accepted for admission. In some instances, the Assistant/Associate Dean in the Office of Academic and Student Affairs may require that the transfer student successfully complete at least one semester at Creighton, consisting of not less than twelve semester hours, before the exact amount of credit to be transferred will be determined.
Credit hours are transferred, but quality points are not. The grade-point average of the transfer student will be determined only by work done at Creighton University.
If a student successfully completes a course (“C” or better; grades of C- or below are not acceptable) normally required as part of the professional program as a pre-professional student at Creighton University, the credit and grade for that course will be transferred to that student’s professional transcript and computed in the student’s professional grade-point average.