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Transfer Credits from Clark State

Transfer Credits from Clark State

Is it your plan to take credits or even the first two years of your bachelor's degree at Clark State and then transfer to a four-year college or university? We have the perfect transfer program for you!

Our transfer program and the agreements we have with other colleges and universities make it possible for you to transfer your credits easily. When selecting a major, you should choose either the Associate of Arts or the Associate of Science degree. View the degree options available to you below. 

  • General Transfer Pathways
    • Communication
    • English
    • Geography
    • History
    • Political Science
    • Psychology
    • Social Services
    • Sociology
    • Theatre
  • Healthcare Concentration Transfer
  • Teacher Education Transfer
  • Social Work Transfer - Wright State University
  • Business Transfer - Central State University
  • Business Transfer - Wright State University
  • General Transfer
  • General Transfer Pathways
    • Business
    • Biology
    • Economics
    • Geology
    • Mathematics
    • Psychology
  • Healthcare Concentration Transfer

These programs are developed primarily for transferring your credits to another college. Credits earned from technical degrees at Clark State, such as the Associate of Applied Business or Associate of Applied Science that are geared for career pathways, are not necessarily designed for transfer. However there are specific universities that have developed bachelor's degrees to accommodate these AAB and AAS credits. You should plan your program at Clark State according to the requirements of the transfer institution.

Student Responsibilities Guidelines

The following are specific guidelines of student responsibilities to assure maximum transferability of credits:

  • You need to determine the four-year college or university to which you will transfer and your prospective major as early as possible in your academic program.
  • You should request a catalog from the prospective transfer institution early and become familiar with its admissions policies, scholarship options/deadlines and degree requirements.
  • Generally, you'll receive credit for most of your courses at the transfer institutions if you have worked carefully with Clark State advisors and with personnel at the prospective transfer institutions. The transfer institutions, however, will make the final determinations.
  • You will need a minimum of 60 credit hours that clearly meet Clark State's degree requirements to graduate with an AA or AS.
  • It is your responsibility to work with an advisor and sign up for appropriate courses each semester.
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