Credit for coursework at another ABA accredited Law school
Students may, with the advanced approval of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, earn a limited number of hours at another ABA accredited law school. This may be done by visiting another school for one or two semester(s) or a summer term, or by participating in an approved international program. Credit will be given only in courses approved by the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and in which the student earns a grade of C or higher. Grades in these courses will not be counted in the student’s Brandeis grade point average or impact graduation honors. Special ABA restrictions apply to online courses. For details, consult the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Neither the course name nor the grade will be posted on the student’s official transcript. Note that transfer students must complete at least 30 of their last 36 credit hours at the University of Louisville.