Transfer Credit Information

photo of a student in a classroomGenerally, only transfer credits at the non-developmental math level (MTH 1280 equivalent or higher) will be accepted by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics to meet a prerequisite.

How to Find Out if Your Math Credits Will Transfer

If you have taken math or statistics courses at another college or university and want to find out if they will transfer to Wright State, do the following:

Instructions for Prospective Students:
  1. Go to u.Select (previous known as Transfer.org) and see if the school you want to transfer the credits from is listed. If so, use the Equivalencies by Course tool to find what your course will transfer as. If your school is not listed, go to step 2.
  2. Check with the school you want to transfer credits from to see if they have an articulation agreement with Wright State University. The agreement will list which courses will transfer directly. If your school does not have an articulation agreement go to step 3.
  3. Get a copy of the course description and course syllabus (showing the textbook used and the topics/sections covered in the course) from the school you want to transfer credits from.
  4. Bring the course description and syllabus along with your contact information to the department office in 120 Mathematical and Microbiological Sciences Building for evaluation.
  5. The evaluation process takes a minimum of ten business days. You will be notified of the results of the evaluation by email.
Instructions for Current Students:
  1. Go to u.Select (previous known as Transfer.org) and see if the school you want to transfer the credits from is listed. If so, use the Equivalencies by Course tool to find what your course will transfer as. If your school is not listed, go to step 2.
  2. Check with the school you want to transfer credits from to see if they have an articulation agreement with Wright State University. The agreement will list which courses will transfer directly. If your school does not have an articulation agreement go to step 3.
  3. Get a copy of the course description and course syllabus (showing the textbook used and the topics/sections covered in the course) from the school you want to transfer credits from.
  4. Take the course description and syllabus to your Academic Advisor and ask him or her to request a Course Evaluation from the Department of Mathematics & Statistics.
  5. The evaluation process takes a minimum of ten business days once the department receives the request. You will be notified of the results of the evaluation by email.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The Department of Mathematics and Statistics will not accept Course Evaluation requests from currently enrolled students unless they come from the student's Academic Advisor.

If you have further questions about transfer credit for math or statistics courses please contact the department at (937) 775-2785 or mathstats@wright.edu.