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Transfer Plans

Ivy Tech Community College - Indiana State University

The University has partnered with Ivy Tech Community College to formalize transfer plans for particular majors. These plans enable students to complete specific Ivy Tech associate degrees and receive credit towards specific ISU bachelor degrees.

Each plan details the Ivy Tech courses accepted for credit at ISU; the ISU courses needed to complete the bachelor degree, and any other guidelines that apply. Credit transfer is possible for credit or degrees not listed, or credit earned from institutions other than Ivy Tech.

Browse these plans IF you are entering Ivy Tech and planning to transfer an associate degree to an ISU bachelor degree. If you are (or soon will be) finished with your studies at Ivy Tech, refer to transfer guidelines for helpful information and transfer evaluation tools.

Note:  ISU General Education requirements are revised as of fall 2010. All current transfer plans and courses detailed below are still in effect and will apply to degree requirements at ISU. Transfer plans will be updated and posted shortly.

FIND A TRANSFER PLAN:  Arts and Sciences  |  Business  |  Education  |  Nursing, Health, and Human Services  |  Technology & HRD

Arts & Sciences



Criminology & Criminal Justice



Fine Arts


Legal Studies




Political Science


Social Studies

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All Scott College of Business Majors (Except Business Education)

Business Education

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Elementary Education (with Special Education Licensure)

Science Education

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Nursing, Health, and Human Services

Human Development & Family Studies


Recreation & Sport Management

Social Work

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Technology & HRD

Advanced Manufacturing Management

Automation and Control Engineering Technology

Automotive Engineering Technology

Adult and Career Education

Civil Engineering Technology

Computer Engineering Technology

Construction Management

Electronics Engineering Technology

Engineering Technology

Human Resource Development for Higher Education

Information Technology

Interior Design

Mechanical Engineering Technology


Technology and Engineering Education

Technology Management

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Last updated November 18, 2015