Transferability of Credit
All colleges and universities reserve the right to review transfer credit. Unfortunately, there is no general list to reference for every state or national option.
However, below are suggestions that can help you determine what course choices will serve you best.
- Start with your “end-school(s)” in mind. If you’re considering a few school s, start by choosing 3 and visit their website… name of school .edu .
- If uncertain of your major, select several degrees you would consider. Review the courses it takes to earn those degrees. Highlight all commonalities. These will be your general education courses.
- Email their admissions offices. Explain you’re dual enrolling and considering the following major at their institution. Provide the specific course name and numbers and ask if they would accept these as transfer credit.
- Nutshell course descriptions can be copied and pasted from Columbia State’s on-line catalog.
- The return email will provide an official documented response, noting who and when the information was provided.
- Since dual enrolling students are one to two years from transferability of credit being determined, it’s a good idea to keep a folder of all college communications for future reference.