- How Credits Transfer
Transferring college-level credits
- Our Transfer Credit Advisor is an online database of courses that have transferred from other colleges and universities across the country.
- Please keep in mind that this database is comprised of courses that have transferred previously.
- If you are transferring from a college or university outside of North Carolina, this may not be a comprehensive list.
Transferring from a university or community college without an Associate Degree
- Our Transfer Guides will help you navigate the transfer process.
- The guides will assist you in the process of choosing courses if you plan to transfer without earning an Associate degree.
- They are specific to individual programs or dependent on the institution you are transferring from.
- Be sure to choose the guide that is right for your specific situation.
Transferring with an Associate Degree (AA, AS, AFA) from a North Carolina Community College
- These Baccalaureate Degree Plans will provide you with a path leading from your Associate Degree completion to admission to your major and completion of a Baccalaureate degree.
Transferring CLEP Credits
- Credits granted for CLEP exams are shown as transfer hours on your transcript and are included in the hours completed toward a degree.
- An official CLEP test score is required to award CLEP credit.
- Keep in mind that CLEP credit will not count toward the 24 hour requirement for admission.
Transferring AP Credits
- View this page to see how credits for Advanced Placement (AP) exams taken during a student’s high school career transfer to UNC Charlotte.
- Keep in mind that AP credit will not count toward the 24 hour requirement for admission.
Transferring IB Credits
- UNC Charlotte recognizes the IB curriculum as a rigorous college preparatory program.
- We award university course credits for higher level (HL) and subsidiary level (SL) examinations up to a maximum of 30 semester hours.
- A score of 5 or greater is required unless otherwise noted. Keep in mind that IB credit will not count toward the 24 hour requirement for admission.