Thinking about transferring from a community college or another university?
Considering a new field beyond your first degree?
UMass Dartmouth offers you a great transfer experience, whether:
- you have graduated from an accredited community college
- you are a high school graduate or GED recipient who has earned college credits from an accredited college or university
Transferring Course Work
Learn more about what course work qualifies as transferable credits.
If you have an associate’s degree from a Massachusetts community college, you may be eligible for MassTransfer.
We have admissions agreements with Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, Community College of Rhode Island, Dean College and Quincy College.
We offer degree-specific agreements with a number of schools, allowing you to transfer credit from specific courses.
Course Equivalency Guide
Review transfer equivalencies for courses you've taken at another school.
If you transferred to UMass Dartmouth from one of the region’s community colleges, you may be eligible to receive an associate’s degree using credits earned as you pursue a bachelor’s degree.
|82||82+ fields of study|
|29||29% of UMassD students are transfers|
|20||#20 out of 201 Massachusetts schools for return on investment|
|01||1 of the top New England public regional universities|