Ameritas College welcomes undergraduate students who transfer credits from other regionally accredited colleges and universities. We have included some guidelines below, but we encourage you to speak with a Student Success Specialist at the campus where you wish to enroll to discuss your particular situation in terms of credit transfer options.
Ameritas College will accept up to 29 credits in transfer. This includes both General Education Lower/Upper Division courses if completed prior to being admitted, enrolled and attending the first session in an associate or bachelor’s degree program. LBSU 100, LBSU 101, LBSU 105, LBSU 300, LBSU 302, and SPNU 110 cannot be satisfied in transfer. Each degree program may have specific rules on which and how many courses can be transferred. Please review the Brandman University catalog for program-specific transferability rules.
Options To Help You Transfer Credits
General Education Transfer
Brandman University accepts CSU or UC IGETC certification (CA), Oregon Transfer or Washington state-approved Direct Transfer degrees or other state’s equivalent transfer certification in lieu of some of the general education requirements (with the exception of LBSU 100, LBSU 101, LBSU 105, LBSU 300, LBSU 302 and SPNU 110), if completed prior to being admitted, enrolled and attending the first session in an undergraduate degree program.
Brandman University has developed partnerships with other institutions to ensure the coursework you have taken is easily transferred to Brandman.
Transfer Guides for California Community Colleges allows you to see approved General Education and major courses for area colleges.
Transfer Guides for Colleges Outside California displays course approvals and articulation related information for colleges outside California.
Search for Transfers Courses by the institution name from where you wish to transfer your course(s) or by the Brandman course you wish to transfer.
Prior Learning Assessment
Use your learning and experience outside of the classroom to earn credit toward completing your undergraduate degree.
Students may earn credit for both military service and military coursework for academic credit using ACE guidelines.