Course Transfer

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There is a growing list of courses approved by the Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) for guaranteed transfer among all Kansas public postsecondary institutions.

Students who complete a course listed on the Kansas Board of Regents guaranteed transfer list at any Kansas public community college, technical college, or university can be certain that he or she can transfer that course to any other Kansas public institution in pursuit of a degree or credential.

Why This is Important

Butler offers courses for a fraction of the university cost, making it a wise use of your money. You pay less in tuition and fees, and still earn credits, ready to go where you need them.

Courses that are guaranteed to transfer are:

Acting I & II Cultural Anthropology Interpersonal Communication Physics I & II Intermediate Spanish
American Federal Govenmnet Drawing I Intro to Criminal Justice General Physical Science Stagecraft
Anatomy and Physiology I & II Descriptive Astronomy Intro to Literature I General Physics I & II (Includes Lab) Applied Statistics
Art Appreciation English Comp I & II Introduction to Logic Psychology Introduction to Theatre Art
Biology I (animal) & Biology I (cell) Ethics Mass Communication Religion Theatre Practicum
Beginning French I & II Calculus I with Analytic Geometry Macroeconomics Public Speaking Trigonometry
Chemistry I & II Intro to General Chemistry, Organic, Biochem Microeconomics Sport Nutrition United States History I & II
Childs Psychology Geography Music Appreciation Contemporary Social Problems World Civilization I & II
College Algebra with Review Physical Geology Theory of Music I Introduction to Social Work
College Algebra Healthy Living Personal Finance Sociology
Computer Concepts International Relations Philosophy I Beginning Spanish I & II

Next Steps 

Once you decide what course you want to take, the next step is to Apply for Butler.

After applying, you must speak with an advisor. If students are within an hour of any Butler campus, it is suggested that you meet with an advisor face-to-face. Be sure to bring your ACT scores and transcripts. If you are more than an hour from any Butler location, you may speak with an advisor over the phone. From there, they will help you or show you how to enroll. If you are enrolling while attending another university, it is always good practice to double check what courses you need to take with your existing university advisor.   

Next, set up your Pipeline credentials from your acceptance letter by visiting the password registration on our webpage.

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