How do your credits from other schools transfer?  Here's an easy way to see!

For two year colleges in Oregon and Hawaii, consult the Baccalaureate Core link to see courses that fulfill OSU’s general education requirements. Otherwise, the 'All OSU Articulations' link provides an alphabetical list of accepted transfer courses.

Introduction to Course Equivalencies: an introduction on how to read the various catalogs.

The institutions listed below are some to which OSU has an articulation table. If you don't see your school below, visit our single course search tool.

The items on this page may show up on any of the Articulation or Baccalaureate Core tables as well as the Single Course Search Tool.

LDT (lower division transfer): When there is no class at OSU that is equivalent to a lower-division transfer course, it is given the designation of LDT. This means it transfers, but may count as an elective or something else as determined by your advisor.

UDT (upper division transfer): When there is no class at OSU that is equivalent to an upper-division transfer course, it is given the designation of UDT. This means it transfers, but may count as an elective or something else as determined by your advisor.

LD: Some lower-division transfer courses may be equated to upper-division OSU courses and the credits will be regarded as lower-division, and will not count toward the required 60 upper-division credits.

UD: Some upper-division transfer courses may be equated to lower-division OSU courses, the credits will be regarded as upper-division.

BI LD1*: courses are considered to be taught at the nonmajors level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI 101, 102 and 103 courses though they do not match any single course closely enough to be articulated as such. Any LD1* course that is NOT taught online will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core list for details. Online courses are not approved as equivalent, particularly related to the laboratory science requirement in the Baccalaureate Core. If any part of a course is taught online, the online laboratory and other content would need to be reviewed separately for approval. If the lecture and lab are taught as separate courses, both must be completed for a biological science baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled. If you have additional questions about how LD1* courses count in a specific major, please contact your major advisor or Brock McLeod, Chief Advisor for Biology, at mcleodb@science.oregonstate.edu.

BI LD2*: courses are considered to be taught at the science majors level at OSU. These courses are similar to OSU's BI 211, 212 and 213 courses though they do not match any single course closely enough to be articulated as such. Any one LD2* course that is NOT taught online will fulfill a Biological Science (with lab) requirement of the Baccalaureate Core - see the Baccalaureate Core for details. Online courses are not approved as equivalent, particularly related to the laboratory science requirement in the Baccalaureate Core. If any part of a course or series is taught online, it would need to be reviewed to be approved. If the lecture and lab are taught as separate courses, both must be completed for a biological science baccalaureate core requirement to be fulfilled. Students who need to complete the entire BI 211, 212, 213 series as part of their major at OSU should complete the entire sequence before transferring or wait to take the sequence at OSU If you have additional questions about how LD2* courses count in a specific major, please contact your major advisor or Brock McLeod, Chief Advisor for Biology, at mcleodb@science.oregonstate.edu.

An asterisk (*): indicates the course meets a Baccalaureate Core (Bacc Core) requirement.  Following is a listing of the Bacc Core areas that you may see on your report. If a course is articulated equivalent to an OSU course, use the online general catalog to determine which Bacc Core requirements will be met.

*W1 = Writing I
*W2 = Writing II
*W3 = Writing III
*MA = Mathematics
*FT = Fitness
*PS = Physical Science
*BS = Biological Science
*WC = Western Culture
*CD = Cultural Diversity
*LA = Literature & Arts
*SI = Social Processes & Institutions
*DP = Difference, Power & Discrimination

Oregon

Art Institute of Portland:  All OSU Articulations
Blue Mountain Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Central Oregon Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Chemeketa Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Clackamas Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Clatsop Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Columbia Gorge Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Concordia University:  All OSU Articulations
Corban University:  All OSU Articulations 
Eastern Oregon University:  All OSU Articulations 
George Fox University:  All OSU Articulations 
Heald College-Portland Campus:  All OSU Articulations
Heald College-San Fr:  All OSU Articulations 
Klamath Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Lane Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Lewis and Clark College:  All OSU Articulations 
Linfield College:  All OSU Articulations 
Linn-Benton Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Marylhurst University All OSU Articulations 
Mt. Hood Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Northwest Christian College:  All OSU Articulations 
Oregon Coast Community College:  All OSU Articulations
Oregon Health Sciences University:  All OSU Articulations 
Oregon Inst of Technology:  All OSU Articulations 
Pacific University:  All OSU Articulations
Portland Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Portland State University:  All OSU Articulations 
Reed College:  All OSU Articulations 
Rogue Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Southern Oregon University:  All OSU Articulations 
Southwestern Oregon Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Treasure Valley Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Tillamook Bay Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Umpqua Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
University of Oregon:  All OSU Articulations 
University of Portland:  All OSU Articulations 
Warner Pacific College:  All OSU Articulations 
Western Oregon University:  All OSU Articulations 
Willamette University:  All OSU Articulations

Hawaii

Honolulu Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Kapiolani Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Kauai Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Maui College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Leeward Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Hawaii Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core
Windward Community College:  All OSU Articulations | Baccalaureate Core

 

Questions about these Articulation Tables should be directed to the Office of Admissions, or call 1-800-291-4192 / (541)737-4411