Your Mercer courses can be the first important step toward earning your bachelor's degree.
After attending Mercer, you will be able to transfer course credits to another college
or university and apply them toward your bachelor's degree. You need to apply to
the transfer school and meet its entrance requirements.
(You can also transfer course credits from other colleges to Mercer and apply them toward
your associate degree. > details)
Successful transfer depends on your positive actions:
Know the requirements of the transfer college as far ahead of time as possible.
Investigate requirements of different colleges online,
or request catalogs from colleges you are considering.
Select an appropriate program of study (your major) at Mercer.
The various articulation agreements
and dual admissions agreements between Mercer and transfer schools are
designed to make many Mercer programs easy to transfer. Changing
majors when you transfer may make some of your Mercer courses unacceptable
in transfer. The kind of degree may affect your transfer.
1. You can start your journey toward successful transfer
by checking out possible schools and their requirements, by attending free
transfer workshops on campus, and by consulting your academic advisor or a transfer counselor.