Students who have satisfactorily completed at least one year of law studies at an ABA-accredited law school may apply for admission as advanced students. The law school will accept no more than 30 transfer credits, and no credit will be given for any course in which the student has received a grade of "C" or less. No credit will be given for courses graded pass/fail or satisfactory/ unsatisfactory.
For required courses that receive a grade of C or less, credit will be given for the transfer hours but the course requirement will not be waived. Students must repeat the course.
Property, Torts, Contracts, Civil Procedure, or any other four-hour Wesleyan required course may be a two-semester course at another law school. If the student has successfully completed the first of a two-course series, credit will be given for the transfer hours but not for the course. Students must take the four-hour course offered at Wesleyan.