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CSU-Global accepts as much of your transfer credit as possible so that you can accomplish your goals quickly and affordably. Since our students come from all walks of life, we welcome a wide variety of credit transfer options. Take advantage of what you already know by proving proficiency in a certain subject and bypassing it as part of your required courses.
As a bachelor’s degree student, you can transfer up to 90 credits toward your degree program. Master’s degree students can transfer up to 9 credits from a previously attended institution. If you have fewer than 13 transferable college credits, you might qualify under first year status
Students are guaranteed admission to CSU-Global after completing an Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), or Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree from an accredited community college, and are in good standing with that institution.
Additionally, CSU-Global accepts up to 64 credit hours of junior, community, or career college transfer credit.
From previous work experience to life experience, demonstrate competency, knowledge, and independent learning in a particular subject area through self-study assessments, prior learning assessments, and credit by exam.
Utilize your time in service and apply that knowledge toward your educational goals. Submit your transcripts from previous institutions, and review alternative credit options to see where your military training can get you ahead.
Credit earned at non-U.S. institutions may be accepted toward your bachelor’s or master’s degree after review by a NACES approved evaluation service.
Showcase proficiency in a specific subject and add new skills to your resume without committing to a full degree. When and if you’re ready, apply these credits toward a bachelors or masters.
CSU-Global evaluates and articulates credits from organizational training and educational providers that meet our quality standards for academic rigor. See a full list of partners in the link below.
Non-collegiate credit other than exam or military service credit, such as non-collegiate courses, corporate trainings, certifications, and professional licenses, may be considered for transfer.