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Transfer Equivalency

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Understanding the K-State Course Display

  • A fully equivalent course will have the K-State course number and title listed
  • Courses with equivalencies such as ACCTG-1**, MATH-2**, TRANS-1** are transferable, but must be evaluated by the K-State college/department of your intended major to see how they will be applied to your degree requirements. The application of these courses can change if you decide to switch your major and will be reevaluated by your new department at that time.
  • Courses listed as "no transfer" will not transfer to K-State (ONLY Exception is the Technology and Management program via K-State Salina).
  • Developmental courses below 100-level may transfer to K-State but are not applicable to any degree program.
  • "Eval Pending" means the course evaluation is in progress.
  • In order for courses to be transferable to K-State, a sequence of courses may be required to receive credit. This sequence can be different for various majors on our campus. Please confirm with an advisor or the department office at our campus to identify the requirements for your degree.
  • If a course is not listed, please e-mail tfradmit@k-state.edu. Provide as much detail as possible, so the course can be evaluated for transfer equivalency.

K-State Undergraduate Transfer Credit Policies

  • Most academic credits from regionally accredited community colleges and universities are transferable to K-State. Up to half of the hours required for a K-State baccalaureate degree can be taken at a two-year college.
  • Not all credits from an associate's degree may be applicable towards a bachelor's degree. Depending on previous coursework and major, additional freshman or sophomore level classes may be needed to fulfill degree and/or general education requirements.
  • Transfer grades do not become part of your K-State grade point average but may be reference for consideration into specific programs.
  • A grade of "D" will transfer to K-State, but these courses may need to be retaken, depending on the major entered.
  • At least 30 credit hours must be completed at K-State to earn a degree. Twenty of the last 30 hours should be resident K-State credit. Major field courses are usually completed in residence. Courses taken through the K-State Global Campus are considered resident credit.
  • A minimum of 45 hours must be at a course level of 300 or higher.


  • This is not an official evaluation of your transfer work and should only be used as a guide. Course evaluations are date sensitive and do change over time. The results you will see are reflective of how the course is currently evaluated. To prompt an official evaluation you will need to apply for admission to K-State at http://www.k-state.edu/admissions/ and have official transcripts sent from each institution that you have enrolled or attempted coursework at.
  • Information on this webpage is subject to change without notice and is continually updated.
  • Equivalency of a course does not guarantee that the course will apply as transfer credit to your intended major.
  • K-State attempts to maintain complete evaluations for the Kansas community colleges.
  • If you change your major, courses will need to be reviewed again by your new department and/or college to determine how they will be used toward your degree.
  • Course evaluations change for various reasons, so if questions arise regarding the evaluation of the course please e-mail tfradmit@k-state.edu.