Transfer maps are major maps for community college students who plan on transferring to VCU. By following the advising and course recommendations of the transfer maps, students can:
· save money by completing community college classes that fulfill VCU’s general education and introductory-level major requirements;
· prepare for the academic challenges at VCU;
· identify financial resources to pay for college;
· graduate on time, with minimal debt and loss of transfer credit;
· and plan for a meaningful career after graduation.
Please let us know about your plan to follow a transfer map. Submit a Transfer Advising Request to the VCU Transfer Center so we can provide additional information and support.
We recommend that community college students follow the course plan of the transfer maps and complete the requirements of either the associate degree or the Uniform Certificate of General Studies before enrolling at VCU. By completing one of these credentials before enrolling at VCU, students may be eligible for guaranteed admission to the university and a waiver of VCU’s general education requirements.
The course recommendations in the transfer maps are based on students completing those courses at the community college. Use our course equivalency table to check how courses you’ve completed at other institutions will transfer to Virginia Commonwealth University. Virginia community colleges are listed under “VA Community College System.” VCU will evaluate credit awarded for other sources of prior learning credit - Advanced Placement (AP), Cambridge International Exams, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and military credit - according to VCU's policy on Additional sources of academic credit.
Search by name of prospective VCU bachelor’s degree program (e.g., accounting).
Attending a Virginia community college? Search for transfer maps under "Virginia Community College System." We also have transfer maps for Richard Bland College and the College of Southern Maryland and a few special program-specific pathways for John Tyler, Reynolds, and Tidewater.
Interested in pathways for accelerated bachelor's
to master's degree programs? Search by typing "accelerated"
in the keyword search. With this option,
you can potentially earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years.
Interested in pathways for G3 applied associate degrees at Virginia community colleges? Search by typing "G3" in the keyword search. G3 is a tuition assistance program for any Virginia resident who qualifies for in-state financial aid and whose family income falls below an identified threshold.
Interested in pathways for VCU’s professional health programs (Dentistry, Medicine, Occupational Therapy, Pharmacy, and Physical Therapy)? Search by typing “advising track” in the keyword search. Advising tracks supplement your bachelor’s degree, like biology or chemistry, and help you become competitive applicants for the professional health programs.
VCU degreeCommunity college degreeCollege/school
Physics, Bachelor of Science (and accelerated masters)A.A.&.S. or A.S. in ScienceVirginia Community College System
Physics, Bachelor of Science (and accelerated masters)Associate of Science: Math/Computer ScienceRichard Bland College of William and Mary