General Studies Transfer 21–22 Credit Certificate
The General Studies Transfer Certificate is designed for learners interested in transferring General Studies credits to UW campuses and other public and private colleges and universities.
Thirty credits of applied associate degree general studies courses in Communication, Behavioral Science, Social Science, Natural Science and Mathematics may be granted to students transferring to UW campuses. Courses listed transfer differently to each college or university. Other courses may be available as options depending on where you are transferring.
Please discuss your transfer goals with a NTC Transfer Specialist to assist you with making the best course selection possible to meet your goals.
Courses for this program may be available at a variety of campus locations through multiple modes of delivery if you meet the admission requirements and prerequisites.
* Campus and online availability of courses and programs may be subject to change.
The General Studies Transfer Certificate is a 21–22 Credit program. The following is a typical semester breakdown of the courses within the program.
* College 101 (10-890-165) is not part of the program credit requirements but is a College Requirement for graduation that must be passed with a “C” or better.
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The following transfer guides, executed in partnership with post-secondary institutions, are based on agreements that allow you to continue your program at another college.
|School Name||Degree Name|
|UW Green Bay||Undergraduate Programs of Study|
|UW Superior||B.S. in Sustainable Management|
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