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Saylor.org’s Credit Transfer Partner Schools

We have formally partnered with a number of leading Colleges and Universities, and have identified and listed others, who will guarantee successful transfer of select NCCRS and ACE recommended Saylor.org courses. Click on the logos below to find details specific to each school’s transfer policies.

If any of the schools below do not accept transfer of credits, as per the guidelines set forth under their information section, please contact The Saylor Foundation so that we can inquire directly.

If you are a college or university who would like to be added to this page, please contact Devon Ritter.

  • Bellevue University
  • Bellevue University

    Students who have matriculated into a Bellevue University degree program, will earn 3 Transfer Credit Hours for successfully passing Saylor.org’s BUS205BUS210, and POLSC201 courses. Please check with your Bellevue advisor for the specific requirements that these courses will fulfill.

    For more information about admissions policies and how to apply: https://www.bellevue.edu/application/

    For more information about flexible methods for earning credit at Bellevue University: http://www.bellevue.edu/undergraduate/ways-to-earn-credit.aspx

    About Bellevue University

    Bellevue University (www.bellevue.edu) is a private, non-profit, accredited institution with a mission to make it possible for people of all backgrounds to access affordable, high quality education. Founded in 1966, expert faculty and dedicated staff help students achieve their educational goals so they can advance their careers and enjoy better lives. Both online and on its beautiful campus, students study career-relevant degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s or Ph.D. levels. Small class sizes, generous credit transfers and accelerated, flexible learning choices give students an enriching and affordable experience. Bellevue University ranks in the top 10 in the U.S. News 2013 Top Online Education Programs and in the top five for military Veteran students according to the inaugural U. S. News Best Online Programs for Veterans Rankings.

  • Bethel University
  • Bethel University College of Adult & Professional Studies

    Bethel CAPS accepts courses offered by Saylor.org and that ACE and NCCRS recommend for college credit. Students who enroll in Bethel University’s College of Adult & Professional Studies and who present proof of successful completion of Saylor’s BIO101BBUS203, BUS204, BUS205, BUS208, BUS210, CHEM101CS101, MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 will be awarded 3-4 hours of elective credit in their chosen degree program. Because different degrees have different graduation requirements, students should consult with a Bethel Admissions Counselor or Academic Advisor for specific information on how Saylor courses can be counted. Please note that Bethel University students can transfer a maximum of 30 hour of credit.

    To apply to Bethel’s College of Adult & Professional Studies: http://caps.bethel.edu/admissions/

    To connect with an advisor: http://caps.bethel.edu/admissions/advisors/

    About College of Adult & Professional Studies

    The College of Adult & Professional Studies at Bethel University http://caps.bethel.edu/ helps busy adults achieve their educational goals by offering courses taught within a framework of Christian values. The adult program offers seven career-relevant bachelor’s degree-completion programs, including business management, Christian ministries, communication studies, healthcare leadership, human services, nursing (RN to B.S.), and organizational leadership. The General Studies program allows students with few or no credits to take the courses they need to enter a bachelor’s degree program or to earn an associate’s degree. All programs are taught on an accelerated schedule, with courses meeting evenings or weekends at convenient locations in the Twin Cities, greater Minnesota, or online.

  • Charter Oak State College

    Students who successfully complete BIO101BBUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CHEM101CS101MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 can earn credit for each of those courses at Charter Oak State College.

    BIO101B: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology is equivalent to Charter Oak’s BIO 110 Biology 1 for non-majors.

    BUS203: Principles of Marketing is equivalent to Charter Oak’s MKT 220 Principles of Marketing.

    BUS204: Business Statistics will meet Concentration and General Education requirements, but does not have a specific course equivalency.

    BUS205: Business Law & Ethics would serve as a free elective & does not meet any Gen Ed Requirements. It could be coupled with another course that also has an ethics component to meet the Charter Oak ethics requirement.

    BUS208 Principles of Management is equivalent to Charter Oak’s MGT 101 Principles of Management.

    BUS210: Corporate Communications can be used in the Communications Concentration and/or the Organizational Leadership Concentration; or would meet a Behavioral Science Gen Ed requirement.

    CHEM101: General Chemistry I is equivalent to Charter Oak’s CHE 101 Chemistry Survey  for non-majors.

    CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I will meet Concentration and General Education requirements, but does not have a specific course equivalency.

    MA001: Beginning Algebra is equivalent to Charter Oak’s MAT 100 Elementary Algebra.

    MA005: Calculus I will meet Concentration and General Education requirements, but does not have a specific course equivalency.

    POLSC201: Western Political Thought can be used in the Political Science Concentration in the Political Theory Group; or would meet a Behavioral Science Gen Ed requirement.

    Additionally, each course could be used in Charter Oak’s Individualized Studies Concentrations if paired with other appropriate courses.

    Admissions: http://www.charteroak.edu/prospective/admissions/
    How To Apply: http://www.charteroak.edu/prospective/apply/

    About Charter Oak State College

    Founded in 1973, Charter Oak State College (www.CharterOak.edu) is Connecticut’s only public online college, offering associate and bachelor’s degree completion programs in high-demand fields including Health Care Administration, Public Safety Administration, Business Administration, Information Systems and more. Charter Oak students complete degree programs through online courses and alternative approaches to earning credit. Charter Oak is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and governed by Connecticut’s Board of Regents for Higher Education. The College is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.

  • Colorado Technical University
  • Colorado Technical University

    Students who have matriculated into a Colorado Technical University degree program, will earn 3-4 Transfer Credit Hours for successfully passing Saylor.org’s BUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CS101, MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 courses.

    BUS203 Principles of Marketing is equivalent to CTU’s MKTG225.

    BUS204 Business Statistics is equivalent to CTU’s MATH301.

    BUS205 Business Law and Ethics is equivalent to CTU’s MGM365.

    BUS208 Principles of Management is equivalent to CTU’s MGM255.

    BUS210 Corporate Communication would count as a Business Elective.

    CS101 Introduction to Computer Science I is equivalent to CTU’s IT254.

    MA001 Beginning Algebra would count as a Math Elective.

    MA005 Calculus I would count as a Math Elective.

    POLSC201 Intro to Western Political Thought would count as a General Education Elective.

    Please check with your CTU advisor to confirm the specific requirements that these courses will fulfill.

    For more about CTU’s admissions policies and how to apply: http://www.coloradotech.edu/Admissions

    CTU Mission Statement

    The mission of Colorado Technical University http://www.coloradotech.edu/, an institution of higher learning, is to provide career-oriented education by teaching applied, real-world, industry-current programs in selected areas, serving the needs of students for employment and career advancement and the needs of industry for highly qualified professionals at the associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate levels.

  • CUNY BA
  • CUNY Baccalaureate for Unique and Interdisciplinary Studies

    CUNY BA is the individualized degree at the City University of New York where students design their own degrees working with faculty mentors and with access to courses across the University.  This program, which leads to the BA or BS degree, accepts courses recommended for college credit by The American Council on Education (ACE), and the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS), up to a limit of 30 credits. CUNY BA can accept the ACE and NCCRS courses offered by The Saylor Foundation – BIO101BBUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CHEM101CS101, MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 – and they will be applied toward the degree’s requirements as appropriate.

    For more about CUNY BA’s transfer policies and procedures: http://cunyba.gc.cuny.edu/transfercredits/

    For more information about this degree and how to apply: http://cunyba.gc.cuny.edu/prospectivestudents/

  • Excelsior College
  • Excelsior College

    Excelsior College’s policy of guaranteed transfer of NCCRS recommended courses means that students who enroll at Excelsior will be able to transfer Saylor.org’s BUS203, BUS204, BUS205, BUS208, BUS210, CS101, MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 courses. Please check with your Excelsior advisor for the specific requirements that these courses will fulfill.

    For more about Excelsior’s transfer policies and procedures: http://www.excelsior.edu/flexible

    For more information about admissions policies and how to apply: http://www.excelsior.edu/admissions

    About Excelsior College

    Excelsior College http://www.excelsior.edu is a regionally accredited, nonprofit distance learning institution that focuses on removing obstacles to the educational goals of adult learners. Founded in 1971 and located in Albany, NY, Excelsior is a proven leader in the assessment and validation of student knowledge. It offers more efficient and affordable access to degree completion through multiple avenues: its own online courses, and the acceptance in transfer of credit from other colleges and universities as well as recognized corporate and military training programs. It currently offers more than 60 different degree programs in the fields of nursing, business, technology, liberal arts, and health science. Excelsior has been continuously accredited since 1977 by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.

  • Granite State College

    Students who successfully complete BIO101BBUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CHEM101CS101MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 can earn credit for each of those courses at Granite State College.

    BIO101B: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology can be used to meet the general education requirement for a course in Scientific Inquiry.

    BUS203: Principles of Marketing is equivalent to Granite State’s MGMT 514 Principles of Marketing.

    BUS204: Business Statistics is equivalent to Granite State’s MATH 504 Statistics.

    BUS205: Business Law & Ethics would serve as a Lower-Level Elective.

    BUS208 Principles of Management is equivalent to Granite State’s MGMT 500 Principles of Management.

    BUS210: Corporate Communications would serve as a Lower-Level Management Elective.

    CHEM101: General Chemistry I can be used to meet the general education requirement for a course in Scientific Inquiry.

    CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I is equivalent to Granite State’s CMPL 515 Programming Fundamentals.

    MA001: Beginning Algebra can be used to meet the general education requirement for a course in Quantitative Inquiry.

    MA005: Calculus I is equivalent to Granite State’s MATH 606 Calculus I.

    POLSC201: Western Political Thought can be used to meet the general education requirement for a course in Cultural Inquiry: International.

    For more about Granite State’s transfer policies and procedures: http://www.granite.edu/students/prospect/transfer.php

    For more information about admissions policies and how to apply: http://www.granite.edu/students/prospect/getstarted/admissions.php

    About Granite State College

    Granite State College http://www.granite.edu/ is one of the four institutions of the University System of New Hampshire, New Hampshire’s public university system. Our primary mission is to serve as the system’s statewide college for adults, in addition to being New Hampshire’s leader in delivering online education. We are proud to offer associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, post-baccalaureate programs for teacher education, transfer opportunities, and online degree programs. By offering degree programs in high-demand fields combined with flexible scheduling, Granite State College makes it possible to balance the responsibilities of work and/or family while earning a college degree.

  • Great Bay Community College
  • Great Bay Community College

    Students who have matriculated into a appropriate Great Bay Community College degree program, will earn 3 Transfer Credit Hours for successfully passing Saylor.org’s BUS205BUS210, and POLSC201 courses. Please check with your GBCC advisor for the specific requirements that these courses will fulfill.

    For more GBCC prospective student information: http://www.greatbay.edu/?a0=59&a1=prospect

    About Great Bay Community College

    Great Bay Community College http://www.greatbay.edu/ provides accessible, student-centered, quality higher education programs for a diverse population of students seeking career, degree or transfer opportunities. A strong commitment to lifelong learning is reflected in our policies, programs and activities. We will continue our strong tradition of providing education in the sciences, career and technical programs as well as in the liberal arts. We endeavor to promote economic development through community engagement and workforce development for the region.

  • Paul Smith's College
  • Paul Smith’s College

    Paul Smith’s College accepts courses offered by Saylor.org and that the NCCRS recommends for college credit. Students who enroll at Paul Smith’s College and who present proof of successful completion of Saylor courses will be awarded academic credit for BUS203, BUS204, BUS205, BUS208, BUS210, CS101, MA005, and POLSC201, if those courses fit within a chosen degree program. Because different degrees have different graduation requirements, students should consult with a Paul Smith’s College Admissions Counselor or Academic Advisor for specific information on how Saylor courses can be counted.

    While MA001 will not count for college credit, it can be used as a substitute for the non-credit GST 099 course, which is used to show readiness in math.

    Visit the Paul Smith’s College website: http://www.paulsmiths.edu

    To apply to Paul Smith’s College: www.paulsmiths.edu/apply

    For more information on student life at Paul Smith’s College: www.paulsmiths.edu/student-life

    About Paul Smith’s College

    Paul Smith’s College (http://www.paulsmiths.edu) is a regionally accredited, private, nonprofit institution located in the beautiful Adirondack Park of northern New York State. Since welcoming our first class in 1946, we have remained committed to experiential learning – the notion that a college education should include theory and practice. With degree programs in fields including hospitality, culinary arts, environmental science, natural resources, forestry, entrepreneurship, and more, our “can do” graduates are prepared to launch successful careers, either close to home or around the world.

  • Thomas Edison State College
  • Thomas Edison State College

    Students who successfully complete BUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CS101, MA001, MA005, and POLSC201 can earn 3-4 transfer credits for each of those courses at Thomas Edison State College.

    BUS203 Principles of Marketing is recommended for credit in the business department. Specifically, this course can substitute for MAR-301.

    BUS204 Business Statistics is recommended for credit in the business department. Specifically, this course can substitute for OPM-351.

    BUS205 Business Law and Ethics is recommended for credit in the business department. Specifically, this course can substitute for LAW-201 in The School of Business and Technology.

    BUS208 Principles of Management is recommended for credit in the business department. Specifically, this course can substitute for MAN-301.

    BUS210 Corporate Communication is recommended for credit in the lower division baccalaureate degree category in business. It carries the equivalency of COM-373 Managerial Communications, but could also fill in for MAN-373 and HRM-373.

    CS101 Introduction to Computer Science I would be the equivalent to COS-101 Introduction to Computers/CIS.

    MA001 Beginning Algebra would be the equivalent to MAT-121 College Algebra.

    MA005 Calculus I would be equivalent to MAT-231 Calculus I.

    POLSC201 Intro to Western Political Thought would be the equivalent to POS-299, a generic lower division political science course. It can also satisfy the Political Theory requirement.

    Please check with your advisor or admissions guide for additional information about specific requirements that these courses can fulfill in your degree program.

    For more about Thomas Edison’s transfer policies and procedures: http://www.tesc.edu/academics/catalog/Transfer-Credit.cfm

    For more information about how to apply: http://www.tesc.edu/admissions/

    About Thomas Edison

    Established in 1972, Thomas Edison State College http://www.tesc.edu/ has a national reputation for academic excellence and educational integrity and is a national leader in the assessment of adult learning. The College is one of New Jersey’s 12 senior public institutions of higher education and one of the first schools in the country designed specifically for adult learners. The College provides flexible, high-quality, collegiate learning opportunities for self-directed adults and offers degree programs and certificates in more than 100 areas of study. The College’s is a pioneer in using the latest technology to deliver methods of learning and earning credit learning for busy adults, which include online courses, prior learning assessment, credit-bearing exams and courses accessed via mobile devices.

  • University of Maryland University College
  • University of Maryland University College

    Students who have matriculated into a University of Maryland University College degree program, will earn 3-4 Transfer Credit Hours for successfully passing Saylor.org’s BUS203, BUS204BUS205, BUS208BUS210, CS101, MA001, MA005 and POLSC201 courses. Please check with your UMUC advisor for the specific requirements that these courses will fulfill.

    BUS203 Principles of Marketing is equivalent to UMUC’s MRKT 310 Marketing Principles course.

    BUS204 Business Statistics is equivalent to UMUC’s STAT 230 Introductory Business Statistics.

    BUS205 Business Law and Ethics is equivalent to UMUC’s BMGT 100-380 Business Law I course.

    BUS208 Principles of Management is equivalent to UMUC’s BMGT 364 Management and Organization Theory course.

    BUS210 Corporate Communication is equivalent to UMUC’s HRMN 100-302 Organizational Communication course.

    CS101 Introduction to Computer Science I is equivalent to UMUC’s CMIS 141 Introductory Programming course.

    MA001 Beginning Algebra is equivalent to UMUC’s MATH 009 Introductory Algebra course.

    MA005 Calculus I is equivalent to UMUC’s MATH 140 Calculus I course.

    POLSC201 Intro to Western Political Thought is equivalent to UMUC’s GVPT 101 Introduction to Political Theory course.

    For more about UMUC’s transfer policies and procedures: http://www.umuc.edu/students/admissions/transfer/

    For more information about admissions policies and how to apply: http://www.umuc.edu/students/admissions/apply/

    About University of Maryland University College

    Founded in 1947, UMUC http://www.umuc.edu/ is one of 11 accredited, degree-granting institutions in the University System of Maryland (USM). Offering a broad range of cutting-edge classes, UMUC has earned a global reputation for excellence as a comprehensive virtual university and for focusing on the unique educational and professional development needs of adult students. Headquartered in Adelphi, Maryland, UMUC has classroom locations in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, Europe and Asia, and provides award-winning online classes to students worldwide.