Based on the information you entered, an estimated credits may be accepted toward your program of study. This would accelerate your degree completion by credits. The remaining length of the program would be credits. If you start your first course in , your anticipated graduation date is .
Your anticipated graduation date is calculated based on you starting a new, 3-credit course each month.
*You will receive information about official admission to West, transfer of college credit, and payment options for future course tuition during your introductory courses. Complete financial information and information about federal financial aid can be found in our Consumer Information Guide, or visit www.studentaid.gov for information about federal financial aid. Master program costs do not include undergraduate prerequisite courses.
**Please be advised that this tool provides only an estimate based on the information you entered. The number of credits you may be eligible to transfer toward your degree program at West may vary from your estimate. The official evaluation will be completed after you have submitted the required documentation. Acceptance of credit by any institution is at the discretion of the receiving institution. It is the student’s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits accepted by or earned at Western International University will be accepted by another institution. As of April 2013, West's active bachelor degree students received transfer credit awards ranging from 1-90 credit hours, with an average of 31 transfer credit hours awarded.
All undergraduate courses must show completion with a grade of C or better to be considered for transfer credit.
Associate degree students may transfer a maximum of 14 courses, or 42 credit hours.
Bachelor degree students may transfer a maximum of 30 courses, or 90 credit hours, which can include up to 24 lower division courses (72 credit hours) and 6 upper division courses (18 credit hours) with a maximum of 2 courses (6 credit hours) in the major.
Master degree students may transfer a maximum of 2 courses (6 credit hours) with a grade of B or better, and must provide proof of completion of a bachelor degree.
Please see the admissions and transfer credit policies in the University Catalog for further details.
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