Transfer Degree Maps

We are beyond excited and honored that you are considering CU Denver as the next academic home in your collegiate journey. In order to best assist you as you plan for your transition to us, our CU Denver degree experts have created Transfer Degree Maps to assist you, the Colorado community college student, as you plan your transfer to CU Denver.

In close partnership with the Colorado Community College System (CCCS), CU Denver Transfer Guides provide school/college specific degree plan information; outlining courses that can be taken in the first two years at a Colorado community college, as well as the courses that remain to be taken at CU Denver towards completion of a baccalaureate degree. By following the recommendations on the Transfer Degree Maps, community college students will be best prepared to transfer to CU Denver seamlessly; graduating on time (per school or college timelines), with minimal debt or loss of transfer credit.

Colorado Four-Year and Out of State students: If you are a student attending a four-year within Colorado and/or an out of state institution, we highly encourage you to use our CU Denver’s Transferology tool to identify specific course transferability, as well as to connect with a pre-transfer advisor at CU Denver (at least one semester prior to your intended semester of enrollment). Transfer Degree Maps may be used as a reference for your intended degree courses and requirements, but will not identify course transferability specific to your current school or college.

Note: Transfer Degree Maps are updated per each academic year and may change with recently approved course updates. We highly encourage you to connect with a CU Denver academic advisor (at least one semester prior to your intended semester of enrollment) in your discipline for pre-transfer advising- specifically tailored to your degree goals and progression. 

If you do not see the Transfer Guide for your degree/program of choice below, please contact the intended school or college per the contact information provided.

Business School

College of Architecture & Planning

College of Engineering, Design & Computing

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Anthropology

Biochemistry

Biology

Chemistry

Communication

Economics

English Literature

English Creative Writing

English Film Studies

English Writing, Rhetoric, and Technology

Ethnic Studies

French

Geography

Geography - Environment, Society, and Sustainability

Geography - Environmental Science

Geography - Urban Studies and Planning

History

International Studies

Mathematics

Mathematics - Data Science

Mathematics - Probability and Statistics

Philosophy

Political Science

Political Science - Public Policy Option

Psychology - Bachelor of Arts

Psychology - Bachelor of Science

Public Health - Bachelor of Arts

Public Health - Bachelor of Science

Sociology - Gender and Society

Sociology

Spanish International Language & Culture for the Professions

Spanish Language, Literature, & Culture

School of Education & Human Development

School of Public Affairs