Collegiate Connection

Core Transfer Library

Indiana is working to help you transfer college credits more easily. To enable students to connect college credit, Indiana has developed the Core Transfer Library (CTL) – a list of courses that will transfer among all Indiana public college and university campuses, assuming adequate grades. The Transfer Indiana website, http://www.transferin.net/, will provide additional information about transferability of courses in the CTL, any restrictions imposed by one or more of the signing institutions, and will be continually updated. Other courses may transfer to both Indiana and out of state colleges and universities. Students should always consult with an academic advisor from their intended campus. Approved transferIN courses at the time of publication are listed below.

  • BIOL 10000/10001: Introduction to the Biological World/Lab
  • BIOL 10500: Medical Terminology
  • BIOL 11700/11900: Principles of Ecology and Evolution/Principles of Structures and Function
  • BIOL 22000: Microbiology for Allied Health Professionals
  • BUS A201: Principles of Financial Accounting
  • BUS A202: Principles of Managerial Accounting
  • BUS F260: Personal Finance
  • BUS W100: Principles of Business Administration
  • CHM 11500/11600: General Chemistry I & II
  • COM 11400: Fundamentals of Speech Communication
  • COM 21200: Approaches to the Study of Interpersonal Communication
  • COM 25000: Mass Communications
  • ECON E200: Fundamentals of Economics
  • ECON E201: Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECON E202: Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • ENG L101: Western World Masterpieces I: Ancient to Renaissance
  • ENG L102: Western World Masterpieces II: Renaissance to Modern
  • ENG L202: Literary Interpretation
  • ENG L250: American Literature Before 1865
  • ENG L251: American Literature After 1865
  • ENG L390: Children’s Literature
  • ENG W103: Introductory Creative Writing
  • ENG W131: Elementary Composition I
  • ENG W233: Intermediate Expository Writing
  • ENG W234: Technical Report Writing
  • ETCS 10600: Introduction to Computers
  • FINA H101: Art Appreciation
  • FINA H111: Ancient and Medieval Art
  • FINA H112: Renaissance Through Modern Art
  • FINA N108: Intro to Drawing for Nonmajors
  • FNN 30300: Essentials of Nutrition
  • FREN F111: Elementary French I
  • FREN F112: Elementary French II
  • FREN F203: Second-Year French I
  • FREN F204: Second-Year French II
  • GEOL G103: Earth Sciences: Materials & Processes
  • GER G111: Elementary German I
  • GER G112: Elementary German II
  • GER G203: Second-Year German I
  • GER G204: Second-Year German II
  • HIST H105: American History Before 1877
  • HIST H106: American History After 1877
  • HPER H160: First Aid & Emergency Care
  • LING L103: Introduction to the Study of Language
  • MA 15300: Algebra & Trigonometry I
  • MA 15400: Algebra & Trigonometry II
  • MA 16500: Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
  • MA 16600: Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
  • MA 16800: Math for the Liberal Arts
  • MA 21300: Finite Mathematics
  • MA 22900: Calculus for the Managerial, Social, and Biological Sciences I
  • MA 23000: Calculus for the Managerial, Social, and Biological Sciences II
  • MUS Z101: Music Appreciation
  • PHIL 11000: Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 11100: Ethics
  • PHIL 20600: Philosophy of Religion
  • PHYS 15200/25100: Mechanics/Heat Electricity & Optics
  • PHYS 21000: The Nature of Physical Science
  • PHYS 22000/22100: General Physics I & II
  • POLS Y101: Introduction to Political Science
  • POLS Y103: Introduction to American Politics
  • POLS Y109: Introduction to International Relations
  • PSY 12000: Elementary Psychology
  • PSY 24000: Introduction to Social Psychology
  • PSY 35000: Abnormal Psychology
  • PSY 36900: Development Across the Lifespan
  • PSY 44400: Human Sexual Behavior
  • SOC S161: Principles of Sociology
  • SOC S163: Social Problems
  • SPAN S111: Elementary Spanish I
  • SPAN S112: Elementary Spanish II
  • SPAN S203: Second-Year Spanish I
  • SPAN S204: Second-Year Spanish II
  • SPEA J101: American Criminal Justice System
  • THTR 13400: Fundamentals of Performance
  • THTR 20100: Theatre Appreciation

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