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LINGUIST List 16.1912

Tue Jun 21 2005

Qs: Credit for LSA Institute Courses

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        1.    Janet Randall, Credits for LSA courses

Message 1: Credits for LSA courses
Date: 21-Jun-2005
From: Janet Randall <randallneu.edu>
Subject: Credits for LSA courses

I have asked several colleagues informally whether their universities
accept summer LSA Institute credits as course credits. I would like our
undergraduates at Northeastern University to be able to use the credits
that they are paying for toward their degree and not have to take
additional courses (even independent study courses) for which they have to
pay again. If your university is accepting credits from this year's LSA
Summer Institute, please contact me. Please also include what the
conversion formula is. Thank you.

Janet Randall
Director, Linguistics Program
Northeastern University

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics

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