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When you applied did you tell them that you had a credit for that course?
Are you now short a credit for the program that you are hoping to attend?
Are you saying that the university has rescinded the offer, or are you worried that they might?
If this was a non-mandatory non-credit course then they will not rescind the offer of enrolment. So long as you have the requisite amount of credits for your program and so long as you were honest when you applied and so long as there was no condition set by the university with respect to the offer you should have nothing at all to worry about.
No they cannot because they already told you that they do not need the new transcript.
No they cannot. That would not make any sense and it is just not what happens. Many take non-credit courses and they are extra and not mandatory. You met the mandatory requirements. You are OK. I an sorry you are so worried.