The Transfer Equivalency Self-Service Degree Audit is a tool that prospective undergraduate students can use to see how their transferred courses might contribute to a degree at UNC Asheville. Once you enter each class you have taken, you will be able to run an unofficial degree audit based on the information you entered.
- If you’ve earned an AA or AS from a North Carolina Community College, your Liberal Arts Requirements are considered fulfilled except for:
- Upper level Humanities (HUM 324/LA 378 and HUM 414/LA 478)
- Diversity Intensive requirements
- 2nd Language requirement (*Frequently students have credit that counts for this.)
- Transfer students will have the First-Year Seminar requirement (FYS 178) automatically waived.
- All transfer credits that do not meet general requirements or major requirements will be treated as elective credits.
- It is not an official transfer articulation or degree audit.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Degree Audit?
A degree audit shows how completed coursework might contribute toward a degree. This tool displays unofficial mapping of your entered transfer coursework to UNCA degree programs.
Why don’t some of my transfer courses count toward a degree at UNCA?
There are many factors that could influence how your transferred coursework is counted toward UNCA degree progress, including grades or credits earned, target program, etc. Please contact the Transfer Evaluator in the Registrar’s office for more information.
What does ‘No mapping found’ mean?
‘No mapping found’ on the results page means we do not yet have an equivalency for that course entry in our database. That does not mean you will not receive credit for the course if you transfer. Please contact the Transfer Evaluator in the Registrar’s office to determine possible equivalencies.
I forgot my password. How can I recover it?
Unfortunately, at this time it is not possible to recover your password for this tool.