Reverse transfer can be defined in two ways:
1) Students transferring from a four-year college to a community college to complete an associates degree program.
2) Students pursuing a bachelor's degree at a four-year college transferring credit back to a community college to earn an associates degree.
Students interested in either of these options must have their official transcripts from all institutions attended sent to ACM.
Students must earn at least 15 college-level credit hours with ACM in order to be considered as a graduation candidate for a degree. ACM associate degrees require between 60 and 70 credits while certificates include 30 or more credits. The Office of Enrollment and Advising Services will review your transcripts and apply the appropriate transferable credits to the intended ACM program.
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