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Course Transfer Equivalency Tables

One of the benefits of the Tennessee Board of Regents system is that transferring between two-year community colleges and universities has never been easier.

How will your classes transfer to four-year colleges and universities?

Transfer requirements vary so it's important you meet with an advisor early on to make sure you're enrolling in classes that will transfer. You should select your major area of study and a four-year transfer school as soon as possible. It is important for students to understand that while courses will transfer, they may or may not apply toward your degree program. Whether or not those courses fulfill actual degree requirements will be the decision of the receiving institution, provided an acceptable transferable grade is achieved. While every attempt is made to keep these tables current, the student should verify with their receiving institution advisor the transferability of a course prior to it being taken. 

View the Course Equivalency Tables below: