Why My Course Credit Did Not Transfer
Boise State accepts all college-level credit granted by regionally accredited institutions. If you earn credits from an unaccredited institution, they may still transfer to Boise State pending evaluation by the Office of the Registrar and departmental approval.
Estimate how courses will transfer to Boise State using the Transfer Evaluation System.
In general, the only credits that Boise State does NOT readily accept are those that are specifically technical or sectarian-religious in nature. Exceptions to these standards are:
- Students who transfer with an associate of applied science degree (A.A.S.) from a technical program meeting Idaho standards for the A.A.S may be admitted into the Bachelor of Applied Science program and may count up to 40 of your technical credits toward a BAS degree.
- Additionally, as many as 8 credits of non-sectarian religion courses (e.g., The Bible as Literature), may count toward your undergraduate education. These courses must be taken at a regionally accredited institution and will count as general elective credit.