Transfer equivalency

We have established this site in the idea to help you understand the transferability of course work to Kansas State University.  To make the best use of the site, make sure you have a complete list of courses, with course numbers. This tool is to be used as a guide. The transferability of courses and how they are applied to specific majors can change without notice.

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Search for Transfer Equivalency for in-state, out-of-state, and international course by course.

Transfer Equivalency Course by Course

  • The fact that a course appears in the list does not guarantee that the course will apply as transfer credit in your individual major.

  • After you are accepted to K-State we will officially evaluate your transcripts. Apply as early as possible as some courses take time to evaluate. 

  • If the course or school you are looking for is not on the list, we will evaluate those courses after you have been admitted to K-State. Keep in mind, K-State does not accept any courses for degree credit that are remedial, vocational, or technical in nature.

  • Just because the course may transfer to K-State does not mean that it will fulfill a requirement. Also, the fact that a class from your current or former school is listed does not guarantee that the school currently offers the course or plans to offer the course in the future.

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Search for Transfer equivalency from Kansas Community Colleges by Curriculum

Transfer Advising Guide

The purpose of the Transfer Advising Guide is to assist students who are attending Kansas community colleges* in selecting the most appropriate courses for the major they intend to complete once they transfer to the Kansas State University (K-State). This guide focuses on the general requirements and major field requirements which apply to K-State degrees. This guide incorporates the degree requirements as stated in the K-State Undergraduate catalog. Degree requirements may change each academic year. Students interested in transferring to K-State should communicate regularly with your major's academic college/academic adviser to confirm course selections. The K-State Transfer Coordinator will assist you in this process. Kansas State University applies a maximum of 64 semester credit hours in transfer from community colleges toward a K-State degree. To ensure a smoother transferring process to K-State, follow the curricula on this web site.

* If you have attended a college(s) that are not Kansas community colleges, you can still utilize the information on the TAG - Transfer Advising Guides.  I suggest you select Johnson County Community College as an example. It is the largest community college in Kansas. Use the TAG form for the curriculum or major you are interested in at K-State to compare course requirements.