Navarro College has the highest accreditation possible for any college or university. With this recognition, Navarro College credits are regarded as equivalent to courses with similar descriptions at other colleges and universities. Transfer problems usually occur when students elect to deviate from their approved degree plan. Examples of transfer difficulties include those encountered by students who change majors or change from workforce education to transfer programs. Workforce education programs include certificates of completion and associate of applied science degrees, which are meant for students intending to enter the workforce rather than transfer to a four-year college or university. Counselors have thorough information on credit transfer. Students should work with a counselor to select a degree plan consistent with the student’s educational goals. Changes in plans should be discussed with the counselor to help avoid potential problems. Students can gain additional information from the website of the intended college and from the Texas Common Course Numbering System online matrix (www.tccns.org.)
Please refer to College Credit Policy of the Navarro College Catalog for additional information.