Faculty Handbook: Thompson School Students and Courses

Four-hundred plus numbered courses taken by a TSAS student will be incorporated into the cumulative grade point average upon the student's matriculation into an Associate in Arts or bachelor's degree program. This will apply whether or not the former TSAS student actually receives the AAS degree. Students may not petition to selectively include or exclude 400 plus-numbered courses in their associate or bachelor's degree grade point average that were taken during the AAS degree program. Interested students should check with their advisors concerning transfer.

Baccalaureate and Associate in Arts degree candidates may take Thompson School 200-numbered courses for credit under certain circumstances.

Only TSAS courses which are transferable to UNH at the time they are taken may be taken for credit. The Admissions Office, the Registrar's Office, and Thompson School will have the list of non-transferable courses. Grades received in 200-numbered courses will be recorded on the student's transcript but will not be included in the GPA. 200-numbered courses may not be used for General Education, Writing Intensive, or Foreign Language requirements. They may be used for major or minor requirements only when approved on a course-by-course basis by the department granting the major or minor.

Baccalaureate and Associate in Arts students may add 200-numbered courses once school begins with permission of instructor and adviser.