CSU-Global accepts as much of your transfer credit as possible so that you can accomplish your goals quickly and affordably.
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. All prior credit earned will be evaluated through official college transcripts.
If you have fewer than 13 transferable college credits you might qualify for our newest bachelor's degree program, First Time Freshman.
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Get a personal estimate of the number of transfer credits you can apply using our Summary Credit Evaluation. Receive your estimate in 1-3 business days.
If you've completed an Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), or an Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree from an accredited community college, and you're in good standing with that institution, you are guaranteed admission to CSU-Global.
Even better, we'll accept up to 64 credit hours of junior, community, or career college transfer credit to get you started on your CSU-Global bachelor's degree.
CSU-Global may accept credit that has been earned at non-U.S. institutions toward your bachelor's or master's degree. The coursework must be consistent in level and content with courses offered at regionally accredited U.S. institutions.
Your transcripts must be reviewed by an approved evaluation service in order to be considered for transfer. Approved evaluation services are listed at naces.org.
To maximize the number of transfer credits you can use towards your bachelor's degree, CSU-Global accepts credits from alternative sources including credit by exam, credit for military service, and non-collegiate trainings and certifications.