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How many credits do students need to be eligible for Reverse Transfer?

The typical minimum number of credits for an associate degree is 60. DGI’s can filter total earned credit hours for students they receive in their Reverse Transfer files. Some schools prefer to evaluate student who have not earned less credits so they can advise them on the appropriate equivalent course work required at the host to further foster Reverse Transfer degree completion. Other DGI’s prefer to increase the limit as they have found a greater percentage of degrees have been awarded to records evaluated at a higher credit threshold than the typical 60.

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