Transfer Credit

Your prior experience and coursework matter

You've worked hard to get where you are, and it's important to have this work counted. Whether you're wanting to see how a course you've taken will count at IUPUI or you want to learn more about testing out of certain courses, we'll help answer your questions.

What is transfer credit? IUPUI defines transfer credit as any credit awarded for coursework completed outside of the Indiana University system.

Learn how to transfer to IUPUI

We know there's a lot to figure out when you're preparing to transfer to IUPUI. We're here to help. Learn about the transfer process, how credits can transfer, and what resources are here to support you.

Find out how to transfer

Credit for prior learning

Our transfer and adult students come to IUPUI from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, many of which involve college-level learning.

Some schools and programs provide pathways for you to attain college credit for knowledge you have already mastered outside the traditional classroom.

Types of credit assessment include

  • portfolios
  • test out
  • credit-by-exam
  • certifications
  • military experience
  • transfer credit

Find out if your experiences will count

Learn more about credit for prior learning

Transfer as a Junior Programs

These programs, also known as Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP), are for students participating in the Passport Program and transferring from a qualifying Ivy Tech campus. They enable students to transfer to IUPUI with junior status.

Learn about TSAP options

2+2 Programs

Also known as articulation agreements, 2+2 programs outline course requirements at qualifying Ivy Tech campuses and IUPUI to streamline your path to graduation.

Discover 2+2 options

1+3 Programs

Also known as Indiana's Statewide Transfer General Education Core (STGEC), this pathway helps you begin as a sophomore at any Indiana four-year institution.

Review the STGEC

Please note: Any Ivy tech student completing the STGEC and taking MATH123 may need to take more math classes after transferring, depending on the major you choose.