Francis Marion Universityhttp://www.fmarion.edu
Citadel Military College of South Carolinahttp://www.citadel.edu
College of Charlestonhttp://www.cofc.edu
Coastal Carolina Universityhttp://www.coastal.edu
University of South Carolina-Beauforthttp://www.uscb.edu
How to Transfer College Credits in South Carolina
South Carolina’s colleges and universities offer a guaranteed transfer of a number of courses and transfer blocks, as well as guaranteed transfer of associate’s degrees. This makes it easy for students to transfer courses and develop degree plans before enrolling in a new program.
South Carolina’s statewide articulation agreement guarantees the transfer of more than 80 different courses to public institutions. Many of these courses are in general education, and typically transfer as comparable courses or electives.
Additionally, South Carolina offers transfer blocks that can be taken at any two year public institution in South Carolina. These blocks are accepted as a group and are used to meet bachelor’s degree requirements at four year colleges and universities.
Students who have completed an associate’s degree in South Carolina may be eligible for junior year status upon successful transfer to a four year degree program. Typically, students must have completed a transfer block to be eligible.