Kansas System-Wide Transfer (KSWT) takes the guesswork out of college transfer within Kansas' public community colleges, technical colleges, and universities! The courses below have been approved by the Kansas Board of Regents for transfer as direct equivalents at all public postsecondary institutions.
Kansas System-Wide Transfer Courses
(Please note the Kansas Regent Shared Numbers changed in Summer 2013.)
|COURSES APPROVED 6/2012
EFFECTIVE FALL 2012
EFFECTIVE SUMMER 2014
|American Government||Acting I||Acting II|
|Chemistry I & Lab for Majors||Anatomy & Physiology||Art History I-Prehistoric to Medieval|
|College Algebra||Art Appreciation||Art History II-Renaissance to Contemporary|
|English Composition I||Calculus I||Chemistry II/Lab|
|English Composition II||Ethics||Childhood Growth & Development|
|General Biology & Lab for
|History of World Civ. to 1500||Elementary Statistics|
|Introduction to Literature||Human Lifespan/Devel. Psychology||French I|
|Introduction to Psychology||Introduction to Computers & Applications||Introduction to Linguistic
|Introduction to Sociology||Introduction to Cultural Anthropology||Logic and Critical Thinking|
|Microeconomics||Introduction to Philosophy||Music Theory|
|Macroeconomics||Introduction to Political Science||Social Problems|
|Physical Science I & Lab||Music Appreciation||Spanish II|
|Physics I & Lab||Physics II & Lab||Stagecraft|
|Public Speaking||Spanish I||Theatre Practicum|
|US History to 1877||Theatre Appreciation|
|US History since 1877|
|World Regional Geography|
Download: Kansas System Wide Transfer Course Matrix (PDF)
To facilitate transfer and articulation across the system of public higher education, the Kansas Board of Regents established a Transfer and Articulation Council (TAAC) with oversight responsibility of implementing the transfer and articulation policy.
Click here to review the current Kansas Board of Regents Transfer and Articulation policy.
Transfer & Articulation Core Outcomes
Each course has core outcomes, which are observable and measurable actions that students... Read more.
Additional Transfer Information
To learn more about the transfer of credits between institutions and articulation agreements... Read more.