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Transfer from SC Schools

Transfer from South Carolina Colleges and Universities

The South Carolina Transfer Articulation Agreement identifies 86 courses guaranteed to transfer among and between public colleges and universities within South Carolina.  A list of South Carolina two-year public college courses, including these 86, which have been identified as transferrable to College of Charleston is available through this link: South Carolina Two-Year Colleges.  In addition, brochures identifying transferrable courses from two-year South Carolina public colleges are available in the Office of Admissions.

Unofficial information about transfer of courses to the College of Charleston from other South Carolina colleges/universities is available through the Transfer Equivalency Database, which contains a history of how courses from United States institutions have transferred to the College of Charleston.

Additional information about transfer courses to the College of Charleston from other South Carolina colleges/universities is available online through SC TRAC.  Please note that the information on SC TRAC is informational and does not replace an official transfer credit evaluation which is completed after an applicant has been accepted to the College of Charleston. 

SC Technical College Degree Completion Recommendation Guides

Students should, with the assistance of an academic advisor at their Technical College, plan their academic programs to meet the requirements of the college or university to which they desire to transfer. Click on the appropriate link below to view degree completion recommendations for Schools at the College of Charleston.  These lists do not include every technical college course that is available for transfer to the College of Charleston.  Students are not required to take all courses listed prior to transferring. Rather, it is a guide for you and your advisor(s). 

Remember, courses must be passed with a grade of C or higher in order to be considered for transfer credit. Students may transfer up to a maximum of sixty (60) credit hours total from two-year colleges attended.

School of the Arts

School of Business

School of Education, Health and Human Performance

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

School of Languages, Cultures, and World Affairs

School of Sciences and Mathematics

Bachelor of Professional Studies