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Distribution Requirement Exceptions for Interschool-Transfer and Dual-Degree Students

Students who transfer to Weinberg College from another undergraduate school at Northwestern can sometimes count courses from the other school toward the Weinberg distribution requirements. The following exceptions apply specifically to interschool-transfer students and students in the BA/BMusic dual bachelor's degree program.

School of Education and Social Policy

Students who transfer from SESP to Weinberg can receive credit toward distribution requirements for successful completion of Introduction to Statistics and Research Methodology:

McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

Students who transfer to Weinberg from the McCormick School of Engineering can receive credit toward the distribution requirements for successful completion of courses in the Engineering Analysis sequence. Such credit is also available to Weinberg students who considered transferring to the McCormick School and took one or more courses, but then chose not to transfer.

NOTE: The policy on Distribution Requirement credit for GEN ENG 205 was revised in 2015-16. If you took these courses during or prior to 2015-16, you can choose to follow the old credit policy. See your College Adviser for details.

Bienen School of Music

The following rules apply both to students who transfer to Weinberg College from the Bienen School and to students enrolled in the BA/BMusic dual bachelor’s degree program. Students can receive credit toward the distribution requirements for completion of the following music courses:

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