Tennessee Tech University Transfer Table

UTM Course Hours Tennessee Tech Equivalent
ACCT 201 3 ACCT 1010 / 211 / 2110
ACCT 202 3 ACCT 212 / 2120
ART 110 3 ART 1030 / 200
BIOL 110 4 BIOL 101 / 1010 / 111 / 1110
BIOL 120 4 BIOL 102 / 1020 / 1120
ZOOL 251 4 BIOL 2010 / 255
MBIO 251 4 BIOL 210 / 3230
CHEM 121 4 CHEM 111 / 1110 / 101 / 1010
CHEM 122 4 CHEM 102 / 1020 / 1120
ENGL 111 3 ENG 101 / ENGL 1010
ENGL 112 3 ENG 102 / ENGL 1020
GEOG 201 3 GEOG 1010 / 111
HIST 121 3 HIST 110 / 1110
HIST 122 3 HIST 111 / 1120
HIST 201 3 HIST 201 / 2010
HIST 202 3 HIST 2020 / 203
HLTH 111 3 HPE 211 / 2110
MATH 130 3 MATH 1010
MATH 140 3 MATH 1130 / 1710 / 145
MATH 210 3 MATH 107 / 1530
MUS 111 3 MUS 1030 / 201
PHIL 110 3 PHIL 201
PHIL 120 3 PHIL 1030
PHIL 160 3 PHIL 225 / 2250
PSYC 110 4 PSY 201 / 2010
SOC 201 4 SOC 101 / 1010
SOC 202 3 SOC 165 / 1650
COMM 230 3 SP 110 / 241 / 2410 / 462
THEA 110 3 THEA 200

 

PLEASE NOTE: This transfer table is not a comprehensive list of all transferable classes. Rather, this page displays courses that are eligible to fulfill general education requirements for UT Martin Bachelor Degrees. If you are looking for a specific course and it's not listed here, please use his link, http://www.utm.edu/departments/registrar/transfers_bb.php, to view the comprehensive transfer tables provided by our Registrar.

 

The Office of the Academic Records is responsible for evaluating transfer credits and awarding credit.
Once all transcripts have been received and the grades posted to the UT Martin transcript, the student will be able to review the credit received on Banner Self-Service. The UT Martin course number for equivalent courses, or the designation LD for lower-division credit and UD for upper-division credit if no equivalent course exists, will be posted to the student’s academic transcript. LD and UD credits may be applied toward degree requirements that do not designate specific course number requirements (e.g., Art LD might fulfill a non-specific art course requirement or a general elective). The student’s academic advisor will use the CAPP degree audit to identify how each of the transferred courses may be used to satisfy specific degree requirements.

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