Guidelines for transfer students
transferring from another college on the main campus,
the Firelands campus or pre-major advising should initiate
the transfer process by speaking with an adviser in their
home college. After completing a College Transfer Form,
the student should make an appointment with a staff member
in Student Program Services (419-372-7581).
transferring from another institution
Students who have earned an associate degree in an engineering
or related technology from a regionally accredited post-secondary
institution have some advantages in completing their baccalaureate
degree in technology. Consistent with University policy,
all credits earned at such institutions will count as
credits toward graduation. Upon admission, a students
coursework will be evaluated and those courses appropriate
for the major will be used to satisfy specific degree
requirements. Additionally, because of the background
accumulated at the two-year institution, some introductory
courses may be waived even if the student has not taken
courses directly equivalent to those required at the University.
with associate degrees must complete only two of the three
required semester-long cooperative education experiences.
Additionally, if a student has been employed, full-time,
in a related field for at least one year he or she may
receive credit for an additional co-op through the credit-by-exam
ease in transferring into BGSU, students should refer
to the statewide Course Applicability System at miami.transfer.org.