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Transfer Guides for
Texas Community College Students


These Transfer Guides use the Texas Common Course Numbering (TCCN) system to recommend specific courses Texas community college students can take to ensure applicability of transfer credit toward lower-division UT Austin degree requirements. The recommended courses are commonly offered by community colleges statewide, though some institutions may not offer all the courses listed.

Guides for current and previous UT Austin catalogs are listed. Students should follow a Guide corresponding to the academic year in which they began attending their community college. Eligibility to graduate under the rules and requirements of a particular UT catalog expires after six years.

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UT Austin
Undergraduate College or School
PDF icon School of Architecture
PDF icon McCombs School of Business
PDF icon Moody College of Communication
PDF icon College of Education
PDF icon Cockrell School of Engineering
PDF icon College of Fine Arts
PDF icon Jackson School of Geosciences
PDF icon College of Liberal Arts
  College of Natural Sciences  
PDF icon majors – Astronomy, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics
PDF icon majors – Biochemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Medical Laboratory Science, Neuroscience, Public Health
PDF icon majors – Human Development & Family Sciences, Human Ecology, Nutrition, Textiles & Apparel
PDF icon School of Nursing
PDF icon College of Pharmacy
PDF icon School of Social Work
PDF icon TCCN / UT Austin Course Equivalencies – course-for-course transfer credit evaluations listed without reference to degree requirements.

More Transfer Credit Info

  • Our parallel set of Austin Community College Transfer Guides provides similar transfer recommendations tailored for UT Austin's local (and largest) transfer constituency.

  • The Automated Transfer Equivalency (ATE) system provides interactive access to our database of more than 250,000 transfer credit evaluations for current and past courses at Texas universities and community colleges.

  • Our discussion of common transfer credit issues can help you avoid some of the more typical pitfalls in taking courses at other institutions.

  • The Interactive Degree Audit (IDA) system enables prospective transfer students and UT students studying away from UT to estimate the degree applicability of coursework taken at other institutions.

  • UT Austin's transfer credit policies are published in the General Information catalog.