By clicking on a school below, you will receive the equivalency guide (equivalency guides are only available for Texan community colleges): Collin College handles nearly 52,000 students each year in credits and training and offers more than 100 degrees and certificates in a variety of disciplines. Collin College is the only public university in the county and is a partner for the economy, government and industry, providing tailored training and workforce development. In addition, the college manages the Collin Higher Education Center, which has an additional 3,300 students per year in partnership with the University of Texas at Dallas, Texas Woman`s University, Texas A-M Commerce, Texas Tech and the University of North Texas. As, Texas A-M University Texarkana, is a comprehensive regional university that provides students with academic, dedicated and enriching educational experiences through quality teaching, scholarships, student support services, curricular and research services. May 24, 2016 – Officials from Collin College and Texas A-M University-Texarkana recently signed an agreement that formalizes a partnership for students seeking a bachelor`s degree in applied arts and sciences and biotechnology. Transfer from Collin College Credits to an out-of-town college or university The student must apply to the university or university for approval. The university or non-governmental university may require a description of the courses in the catalogue year in which the student took the course to make a decision. For more information, see TransferU. For government/political science combinations, click here. For the Texas Common Core Numbering System (TCCNS), click here.
GPA Necessary for transfer Each university or university determines the GPA transfer that is acceptable. The information is available in the Transfer Colleges catalogue and can also be found on their website. The new convention offers Collin College students the opportunity to move from a wide range of disciplines, including English, communication, visual arts, technology, science, social sciences, foreign languages, economics, criminal justice, physical education and music. The BAAS diploma welcomes and accepts military course work, associative degrees and virtually all university credits – regardless of age, which is sometimes not possible with more traditional curricula. To see the selection of Collin College classes that are transferred to Hardin-Simmons University, visitwww.collin.edu/transferu/TranGde.html. Collin College`s TransferU office welcomes this partnership with Hardin-Simmons and is seeking partnerships with other four-year institutions to facilitate student transfer. The agreement guarantees the transfer of General, Electoral and Technical Training Credits from Collin College to the Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) at A-M-Texarkana, a diploma that offers the opportunity to obtain credits for studies learned from work and life. March 07, 2018 – Collin College and Hardin-Simmons recently signed a joint agreement that allows Collin College students to transfer college courses to Hardin-Simmons University. The university accepts up to 66 hours of credit from Collin students. The final transfer work is subject to the approval of the university registrar. The MSU accreditation body conducts the initial identification of the course`s passing capacity on the basis of the accreditation of the ceding institute and the comparability of the course work.
Equivalency guides show how courses are transferred from the two-year university to the MSU and updated annually. Course equivalents can be changed without notice.
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