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Transfer into Associate Degree

Transfer college credits toward an associate degree

If you’ve already taken some college classes and are ready to finish your associate degree, Franklin has great news for you: You could finish faster (and save money) by transferring up to 44 credit hours from another institution.

In addition to maximizing your transfer credit, our simple transfer credit process makes it easy to see how previously earned credit will transfer toward your associate degree. Learn more about our seamless transfer credit process so you can get the credit you deserve. 

Finish Faster

Transfer up to 44 hours of previously earned credit.

1:1 Transfer Support

We’ll work with you to make sure you maximize all possible transfer credits

Maximize Transfer Credits

More than 90% of students transfer credit from other schools.

Save Time & Money

Complete your associate degree even faster by transferring up to 44 credit hours earned from another university, community college or technical school.

Types of Credit You Can Transfer

Find out what qualifies for transfer credit toward Franklin’s associate degree programs. 

Previous College Credit

At Franklin, we help you maximize the number of earned credits you can transfer from two-year and technical institutions so that you can save time and money on your associate degree.

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Military Training Credit

If you’re an active duty or reserve service member, a member of the National Guard or a military veteran, you may be eligible for college credit for your military experience.

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Professional Training Credit

Professional training and work experience may count toward your associate degree at Franklin. Get credit for corporate training, professional workshops, and business and industry certifications.

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Testing & Portfolio Credit

Test out of associate-level courses and earn credit by examination for passing CLEP, DSST and other proficiency exams.

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Finish Your Associate Degree Faster

Take just 10 quick minutes to use our free, no-obligation, online tool that lets you:

See how many transfer credits you may have.

Find out how much you could save on tuition costs with transfer credits.

Learn how fast you could finish your degree by transferring your credits.

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