Texas A & M University-College Stationhttp://www.tamu.edu
Texas Woman's Universityhttp://www.twu.edu
University of Houston-Downtownhttp://www.uhd.edu
The University of Texas at El Pasohttp://www.utep.edu
Texas A & M University-Commercehttp://www.tamuc.edu
University of North Texashttp://www.unt.edu
Texas A & M University-Kingsvillehttp://www.tamuk.edu
The University of Texas at Dallashttp://www.utdallas.edu
The University of Texas at Arlingtonhttp://www.uta.edu
West Texas A & M Universityhttp://www.wtamu.edu
The University of Texas at Austinhttp://www.utexas.edu
Tarleton State Universityhttp://www.tarleton.edu
The University of Texas at San Antoniohttp://www.utsa.edu/
University of Houstonhttp://www.uh.edu
The University of Texas of the Permian Basinhttp://www.utpb.edu
Texas State University-San Marcoshttp://www.txstate.edu
Texas A & M University-Corpus Christihttp://www.tamucc.edu
Western Texas Collegehttp://www.wtc.edu
Texas Tech Universityhttp://www.ttu.edu
Wharton County Junior Collegehttp://www.wcjc.edu
How to Transfer College Credits in Texas
In Texas, college credits are usually easy to transfer. Texas offers a general education core curriculum as well as statewide common course numbering. Texas does not offer statewide guaranteed transfer of associate’s degrees, but with the core curriculum transfer, most students do not need this guarantee.
Texas college students can complete the Texas General Education Core. This core ranges from 42 to 48 credit hours depending on the college or university. Curriculum in the core is divided into common categories, and courses that apply to a category at one institution will be accepted as fulfilling the requirement for that category at another institution in Texas.
Want to see how your core courses will transfer between institutions? Visit the Texas General Education Core Web Center to compare. You can also learn more about transfer policies in Texas, including transferable degrees and voluntary transfer compacts, on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board website.