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Transferring Credit to Purdue  

A student may transfer an unlimited number of college credits to Purdue but must earn at least 32 Purdue credit hours to earn a degree from the University. Below is information to help college and high school students understand how credit transfers to Purdue.

Transfer Credit Process - General information and transfer policies

Transfer Credit Course Equivalency Guide - Searchable database of college courses that transfer to Purdue

College Board Advanced Placement (AP) - Purdue credit for AP tests

Purdue Advanced Credit Tests - Information about Purdue departmental proficiency exams

Dual Credit Program - Purdue dual credit program at Indiana high schools - Includes Indiana's Core Transfer Library, coursework that is transferable among the state's public universities and colleges

College-level Examination Program (CLEP) - Purdue credit for CLEP college subject exams

DSST Exams - Purdue credit for DSST Program college subject exams

UExcel Excelsior College Exams - Purdue credit for UExcel college subject exams

International Baccalaureate (IB) and A-Level Credit - Purdue credit for IB and A-level exams

Concurrent High School and College Credit - Information about dual-credit courses (coursework taken to earn high school and college credit simultaneously)

Purdue System Course Replacement List for Degree Progression/Audit (PDF) - Purdue students who are interested in taking courses at or transferring to another Purdue campus should consult this list

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