Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) – A.A. or A.S.
A student transferring to Whitworth with an associate of arts (A.A.), or an associate of science (A.S.) degree from community college will receive the following:
- junior standing (60 semester credits);
- transfer credit of a maximum of 96 quarter credits or 64 semester credits; and
- a waiver of all shared curriculum requirements with the following exceptions: Habits of the Mind (3 credits), Worldview Studies (3 credits), Biblical Literature or Faith, Reason & Contemporary Issues (3 credits), and World Languages (3 credits).
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Students with a qualified applied associate degree will transfer in Whitworth's School of Continuing Studies with 60-64 semester credits (depending upon the total number of credits earned through the applied associate degree) and will be granted junior standing.