I am a dual enrollment student. What do I need to provide for transfer credit?
Dual Enrollment students must provide a transcript from the college/university where they took the courses. A high school transcript showing the college credit is not sufficient for transfer credit.
Will my general education/introductory level courses transfer?
Yes, most general education/introductory level courses will transfer from accredited institutions.
Are College Prep courses transferable?
No, Boyce College does not accept transfer credit for college preparatory courses.
What history courses transfer?
U.S. History and World History will transfer; however, if your institution separates U.S. History or World History into two courses, you must take both courses to receive transfer credit for HS161 or HS171, respectively.
World Civilizations or History of Civilizations does not transfer in as Ancient Near Eastern History (HS105).
What literature courses transfer?
Literature classes may come in as one of the Great Books classes (HU121 or HU122) but students must take at least one of the Great Books courses at Boyce. Therefore, any remaining literature courses must come in as literature electives.
What math courses transfer?
Remedial math courses are not accepted for transfer credit. College Algebra and Contemporary Mathematics are transferable as MA111 and MA102, respectively.
Higher level math courses, such as calculus, trigonometry, etc., are transferable as math electives.
What science courses transfer?
Physical Science and Physical Science lab will transfer as SC121 and SC122
Biology and Biology lab will transfer as SC111 and SC112.
Higher level science courses, such as chemistry and physics, will transfer as science electives.
What courses are not transferable?
Due to accreditation standards, Boyce College can only accept courses that we are also accredited to teach. Some examples of non-transferable courses could include the following: certain language courses, criminal justice, engineering, law/legal, medical/nursing, military, physical education, and social work courses.