To be considered for transfer admission, you must successfully complete transferable coursework. But how do you know if the courses you took are transferable?
Consider these resources:
- Automated Transfer Equivalency System: A searchable database of more than 300,000 transfer credit evaluations for courses at Texas universities and community colleges
- Interactive Degree Audit: A system that lets students estimate how courses taken at other institutions might apply to a degree at The University of Texas at Austin
- Common Transfer Credit Issues: A summary designed to help prospective transfer applicants understand and avoid typical difficulties in using transfer courses to fulfill the university’s degree requirements
- Community College Transfer Guides: Review listings of courses students can take at Austin Community College and other Texas community colleges that can apply toward specific degree requirements at The University of Texas at Austin.
All students—including currently enrolled UT students—interested in obtaining UT transfer credit for courses taken at another college or university must submit official transcripts to the Office of Admissions. Admissions evaluates transcripts to determine if coursework is transferable to UT Austin. After the initial evaluation by Admissions, academic programs determine if or how individual courses apply toward degree requirements.
Evaluation of individual courses taken at out-of-state institutions is not available over the phone, in person or by email. Specific course evaluations and decisions about the transferability of individual courses are made only after an applicant has been admitted.