Transfer Credit

Frequently, when someone graduates with an associate degree in an allied health technical discipline and enters a baccalaureate degree program, all (or most) of their health discipline-specific courses do not apply to the baccalaureate program. That is not the case with the allied health program since most or all of the health discipline-specific courses, up to 64 semester hours of transfer credit, do transfer to the bachelor’s degree program. Students may also be able to transfer in other applicable coursework that has been taken at other four-year institutions, for a combined total of 90 credits. Students must have their AAS degree in a health related field. Please see the eligible disciplines.

For more information on transferring credits see the Transfer Student Center.


Kathleen Gould, EdD, M.A., RD, LDN

Linthicum Hall, Rm. 340 G