Transferring Credits


Shortly after you've been admitted to the University, your transfer credits will be evaluated and posted to your MyMav Student Center. We've outlined these general transfer rules to help you anticipate courses that will transfer.

UTA only accepts classes where you earned a "C" or better, so keep you grades up to receive as much credit as possible. Vocational coursework is not transferable. Developmental coursework is not transferable.

Transfer students have no option for erasing a low grade. UTA will not use "grade replacement," "grade forgiveness," "grade exclusion," or any other type of amnesty from the grades you earned.

UTA does not recognize life and/or career credit.

While you may be core complete, there may be a major course requirement or prerequisite that require you to take a course that looks like a core requirement, but doesn't act like one. You should talk with your academic advisor to discuss these requirements.

Tools & Guides

Use the Course Equivalency Tool to look up courses from your current college or school to see their transfer equivalency to UTA. This will help give you see how your courses may transfer to UTA.

Course Equivalency Tool

Use the Transfer Guides to get an idea of your possible degree plans at UTA. We provide transfer guides for all our academic majors as well as specific guides for student transferring form Tarrant County College, Dallas College and Collin College.

These guides are not degree plans. You should meet with a UTA academic advisor to discuss next steps and class transferability.

Use Maverick Transfer Track to see how your course will transfer into various UTA academic degree plans. This tool allows you to explore all your degree plan options at UTA and see what remaining classes you have left to take.

Once you create your account and have entered your course, you can begin to explore your options.

Maverick Transfer Track