General Education Block Transfer
A student possessing an earned associate degree from an accredited institution at the time of admission to Colorado Technical University may be eligible for a general education block transfer of credits into selected Bachelor of Science degree programs at CTU. The general education block transfer allows for up to 66 quarter hours to be awarded toward a student’s bachelor’s degree program. Depending on the degree program, prerequisite course requirements may need to be satisfied, and additional courses may be required if the courses are essential for successful completion of the student’s degree program.
General education content of any earned associate degree considered must meet the awarding state’s general education requirements for block transfer considerations. CTU may require additional evaluation by the University before a block transfer can be awarded. A block transfer may be awarded after the associate degree content is reviewed and determined general education requirements are met.
Undergraduate Block Transfer (2+2)
Any students starting on or after July 8, 2012 will no longer be eligible for associate degree block transfers into CTU Bachelor programs. Exceptions are the Bachelor of Science in Management and Bachelor of Science in Nursing programs. Please see the Degree Programs section of the catalog to review the admission requirements for those specific programs.