Always discuss your transfer plans at an early stage with a UW or WTCS transfer advisor to make sure you are using the transfer agreement or guide that best suits your academic goals. Courses represented at UCTA may meet a student`s graduation requirements differently, depending on the course requirements for the core subject you are declaring. Private and university students must accept WTCS courses for direct transfer credits when offered, not election credits. If the curriculum of the university or private university does not offer WTCS courses in the agreement, this course may be transferred as an optional subject. You can find information about some course exceptions here. The courses shall, where appropriate, meet the requirements for general culture or general diploma. In some cases, the course is transferred to a given main subject. It is the responsibility of students to confirm that these courses are transferred to their main subject. Their first step is to contact NTC`s Transfer & Career Services office. Our collaborators are happy to guide you through your transfer possibilities, even if you are not sure which four-year school you want to attend.
You also have the opportunity to explore our agreements on your own by browsing our list of transfer guides. You can limit your choice and search for your main or preferred institution. We connect you to the four-year transfer staff at your favorite institution. You can contact them by phone, email or in person to discuss the courses to be taken after the transfer. This is also your chance to talk about additional educational opportunities that may be available in your program, for example.B. the focus on a particular field within your selected field of study. We strive to make the process of transferring your credits as simple and simple as possible. The staff at our transfer office can help you determine where to complete your bachelor`s degree, put you in touch with a representative from your transfer university of your choice, and answer any questions you have about the process. . . .