UB will accept up to 63 lower-level (100- and 200- level) credits from a community college. We also will accept up to 70 lower-level credits from a four-year institution or a combination of community college and four-year institutional credit. In addition, we will accept up to an additional 20 - 30 upper-division credits (300- and 400- level), with the total amount of transfer credits not to exceed 90.
In some situations, UB will accept up to 66 credits from a community college. This opportunity is available through specific articulation agreements or partnership opportunities. You should consult an academic advisor at their community college or call the Office of Transfer Admission for additional information.
UB will accept transfer courses with a grade of "C" or better. Students attending a Maryland community college can transfer designated general education courses with a grade of "D."
Students who have completed an A.A. or A.S. from a Maryland community college meet general education requirements at UB. Students without degrees will have their records evaluated on a course-by-course basis. Students still will be responsible for completing all graduation requirements, prerequisite requirements and major requirements.
Overall, a minimum of 30 credits must be completed at UB. In addition, UB requires the following requirements to be competed prior to graduation:
Additional upper-level courses must be completed at the University.