Credits for courses of purely technical nature may or may not be transferred. The likelihood of credits being transferred is higher if the majority of the courses you took were part of the core curriculum and were taken at a regionally accredited university or university. Ask admissions, orientation or orientation centre if the new university or university has a specific agreement (so-called „articulation agreement”) to accept all credits from the sending community or the specialized university or the home school for students like you who have graduated. Whether the courses you took at your former university are transferred to the new university (even if the transfer is done to another institution or university in the same system) is determined by the admissions service or the transfer committee. It is best to talk with admissions, counsel or board in advance and plan to take courses that you know will be transferred. If you move from one university or university to another, you lose most of your credits. There is no limit to the number of hours of credit a university or university can accept from a community or a specialized university. No university is required to accept more than 66 hours of university credit, either in transfer or towards a degree. However, universities may choose to accept additional credit hours. There is a national database containing information on all courses at all colleges and universities in Texas. Major Field of Study-Course may not meet the requirements of your degree at your new university. The conditions for the curriculum in your main subject can usually be transferred. Visit the Curriculum page for more information.
Explore transfer agreements by source or destination. Choose and follow you to save lessons, fees and time until you graduate. Keep in mind that people who decide which credits are transferred do not always have access to all the information they need to make the right decisions. It is important that you take an active role in the process and are ready to provide additional information about the courses you have taken.