Which of my courses will transfer?
- Courses completed with a grade of 2.0 or higher are eligible for transfer credit if they satisfy course work requirements for your major and degree at Pace.
- A maximum of 68 credits may be transferred from two-year institutions.
- Additional credit from four-year institutions may be considered for transfer if they satisfy iPace major requirements for a maximum transfer allowance of 88 credits.
- Some credit may not be accepted if earned over fifteen years ago.
- Students can also earn the required 56-68 credits through a combination of college credits, Pace Experiential Learning credits, and CLEP exams.
- Click to learn more about the Experiential Learning Credit process.
- Students with less than 56 credits should apply for admission to the iPace Associates degree in General Arts and Sciences, a 100% online degree providing students with the necessary prerequisite courses necessary to gain admission into the iPace Bachelor degree programs.
Sources of transfer credit:
- Institutions accredited by a regional affiliate of the Commission of Higher Education (e.g. The Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools);
- Institutions that have entered into transfer credit articulation agreements with Pace University;
- Other institutions, with the approval of the appropriate chairpersons and dean;
- Results of acceptable performance on standardized proficiency examinations.
How does the Course Evaluation Process work?
- To see what a copy of a Preliminary Transfer Credit Evaluation (TCE) looks like, click here.
- To see which credits from previous institutions may be accepted for transfer credit, please use our Transfer Credit Equivalencies web tool. Please note: courses not found in this database may be transferable once an evaluation of the course descriptions and/or syllabi is completed upon a student's application and admission to the University.