Are you planning to transfer to Texas State?

Transfer Planning Guides

Download the appropriate Transfer Planning Guide for your desired major at Texas State. Transfer Planning Guides outline the core curriculum requirements at Texas State, as well as other major-specific 1xxx & 2xxx-level courses that will transfer to Texas State.

Utilize the Transfer Equivalency System to determine how your coursework will transfer to Texas State.

Note: Transfer Planning Guides utilize the Texas Common Course Numbering System (TCCNS). If your institution uses a different numbering system, please consult with an advisor at your institution or use the "compare schools" function on the TCCNS website, to determine the appropriate course number for you to take.

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Utilize our flowcharts

Consult our flowcharts to determine which courses are most important to take for prerequisite and degree progression purposes.

When possible, Texas Common Course Numbers we added to accompany our 1xxx & 2xxx-level course numbers.

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Access the degree plans listed in the undergraduate catalog and determine which courses you have already completed.

Want to meet with someone?

Students who are interested in attending Texas State in the future are called "prospective students." Prospective students are to meet with faculty in their chosen major department or with an admissions counselor. Call your chosen major department, tell them you are a "prospective student," and that you would like to meet with a faculty advisor.

  • Biology: 512.245.2178
  • Chemistry & Biochemistry: 512.245.2156
  • Computer Science: 512.245.3409
  • Engineering Technology: 512.245.2137
  • Ingram School of Engineering: 512.245.1826
  • Mathematics: 512.245.2551
  • Physics: 512.245.2131

The College of Science and Engineering Undergraduate Advising Center meets with current and incoming orientation students only.