I have been accepted into BA Psychology at TESC. They evaluated my credits from SNHU and assigned 2 of my psychology courses as lower level even though they were both on 300 level at SNHU. I was majoring in Psychology with concentration in child/adolescent development at SNHU. I decided to transfer to TESC because of the stupid credit transfer policy at SNHU that keeps changing (with latest which wouldn't allow me to take anymore classes outside of SNHU after I start my last 30 credits, despite the fact that I had already fulfilled the minimum credit requirement with them). Anyways, the credits in question were taken as courses that were a part of concentration but TESC gave equivalencies to 2 courses that were both 300 level like I mentioned before as 100 and 200 level. I find this ridiculous, these were in depth courses on child psychology, not an intro to psychology type of classes. I have emailed them and asked for a reevaluation and to also see why one of the psychology courses was placed in Social Sciences section instead of the psychology electives section.
My question now is how likely it is that they will reevaluate the credits and change the level? Has this happened to anyone before? I also wonder of they would place the course from social sciences section into Psychology Electives section. I know I will get the answer from them but you know how slow they are with evaluations. I wouldn't want to take anymore classes in Psychology just to fulfill the upper level requirement and the electives requirement as I have that almost covered (what's left is research methods in psychology which I plan to test out of with ECE and capstone).
Right now they counted for me only 2 courses as upper level. So if capstone is upper level, and ECE is also upper level then I'll still need one more upper level. My only hope would be if they would count my Abnormal Psychology (they're still evaluating credits from the college where I took this) which was lower level at my college, and assign upper level to it, as this is what their Abnormal Psychology is.
Please share your thoughts and experiences on this.