This feature will allow you to see how courses transfer to Georgia State University. Please be aware that this list reflects courses that have previously been reviewed for transfer credit. As students transfer in from new colleges or bring in new credit, the equivalency tables will be updated. Some credit may show up with a 1099, 2099, 3099, or 4099 number. If you receive credit with this number, this means we did not have an exact course to transfer your course to, however, we did give you credit for the transfer course. (For example: BIOL 2099 or HIST 1099) These courses could possibly be used to meet core requirements or major requirements. If you have questions about your transfer credit, please contact your academic advisor.
Click here to view Transfer Equivalency Charts that display previously established equivalent courses from Georgia State University’s transfer catalogs. Please select "See Equivalent Data from All terms" at the bottom of the list of terms to see all the courses that have be reviewed.
DISCLAIMER: This information is for reference only. Equivalents are subject to change upon official evaluation by Georgia State University. The inclusion or exclusion of courses on this list does not guarantee or automatically preclude the acceptability of courses. Please consult the catalog for additional information. Below is a sample of what it will look like.
Sample Transfer Equivalency Chart: Georgia Tech Vs. Georgia State University
|ACCT 2101||Prin of Acct I||=>||ACCT 2101||Prin Of Acct I|
|MATH 1555||Calculus for Life Sciences||=>||MATH 2201||Calculus for Life Sciences I|
|ENGL 2007||Survey of American Lit||=>||ENGL 2130||American Literature|
You may also wish to use the Georgia Transfer tool that will also allow you to search equivalencies. This is updated on a annual basis and may not reflect currently approved equivalencies.
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