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How Credits Transfer

Pathways makes it easier for students to transfer from one CUNY college to another. When a student has met a Common Core or College Option requirement at one CUNY College, those requirements will be met at any other CUNY College. AP credits and non-CUNY credits may also count toward a student’s Common Core or College Option requirements. In Pathways, students in certain CUNY majors can easily transfer their major credits.

General Pathways Transfer Facts
  • Courses passed for credit at any CUNY college will transfer for credit at any other CUNY college.
  • Courses that fulfill a Required Common Core requirement at any CUNY college will transfer for Required Common Core credit at any other CUNY college.
  • Courses that fulfill a Flexible Common Core requirement at any CUNY college will transfer for Flexible Common Core credit at any other CUNY college.
  • Courses that fulfill a College Option requirement at any CUNY college will transfer for College Option credit at any other CUNY college.
  • Courses that are designated as Gateway courses into a major will transfer for major credit at any other CUNY college that offers the major.


Common Core Credits
  • CUNY Bachelor's and Associate Degree Students >>
  • Non-CUNY Bachelor's and Associate Degree Students >>

College Option Credits
  • CUNY Associate Degree Students >>
  • CUNY Bachelor's Degree Students >>
  • Non-CUNY Associate Degree Students >>
  • Non-CUNY Bachelor's Degree Students >>

Elective Credits

Courses passed for credit at any CUNY college will transfer for credit at any other CUNY college.


Major Credits

Faculty committees that represent several popular majors at CUNY have designated a minimum of three courses per major that will be offered at each CUNY college that has that major. These CUNY courses will count toward major requirements at any CUNY college that offers that major.


AP Credits

AP credits will continue to transfer in as "courses taken" in the form of college credits. AP credits may (or may not) fulfill Common Core requirements as designated by colleges. Students should check their college's requirements to see whether their AP credits may count for Common Core credit. If a college allows an AP credit to count toward a Common Core requirement, a score of 4 or 5 is required.

 

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