To be eligible for transfer credit, an approved course must be taken at an approved college and completed with a grade of C or better.
We don’t require transfer students to have taken any specific courses in the past. Instead, we offer general guidelines to prepare you for a successful transition. As part of our application review process, we evaluate your courses from other schools and institutions. If you’re admitted, you’ll receive a preliminary assessment that shows an estimate of your accepted credits. Once you enroll, you’ll begin an official credit evaluation.
- General Guidelines for Transferring Credits
- Non-Transferable Courses
- School Partnerships
- Credit Transfer FAQs
General Guidelines for Transferring Credits
General Transfer Credit Policies
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Transfer Credit Policies
Whiting School of Engineering Transfer Credit Policies
We’ll review the below courses on a case-by-case basis and notify you if your courses are eligible for transfer credits.
Physical Education or Personal Health and Wellness Courses
College Orientation, Study Skills, or Career Development Courses
Math Courses Below the Pre-Calculus Level
Developmental English or English as a Second Language
Computer Software Courses
Independent Study, Research, or Internship
Trade Skill Courses
We partner with the State of Maryland to ease the process of transferring into certain programs.
Computer and Electrical Engineering
Credit Transfer FAQs
Below, you’ll find answers to frequently asked questions about the transfer credit process. If you have a question and don’t see it here, reach out to email@example.com.