I am an AS or AAS degree student, what are my transfer options?
An AS has 30 general education credits
and an AAS degree requires a minimum of 16 general education credits.
All general education courses will transfer to a four-year college or
university. Investigate if your particular program has any articulation
agreements. These agreements guarantee acceptance of part or all of your
AS or AAS credits. Otherwise, if you transfer to a college or
university without an articulation agreements, technical courses are
reviewed on a class by class basis. Typically, technical credits do not
transfer to a four-year college or university without an articulation
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