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Transfer and Alternative Credit

Transferring credits is a process by which some or all of the credits you have earned at another institution of higher learning are applied toward your degree at Boise State. The Registrar’s Office evaluates your transcript to determine if the courses you have taken elsewhere are equivalent to the courses offered at Boise State. If a course you have taken is equivalent, you can count toward graduation the credits earned in that course, just as if you had earned those credits at Boise State. If the course is not equivalent, those credits count as general elective credits. The transferring of credits is completed only for students seeking their first baccalaureate degree.

Transfer and Alternative Credit Navigation:

Transfer Equivalency System
Credit for Prior Learning
Independent Study in Idaho
International Credit Evaluation
Transfer Credit Basics