CCBC and TU Transfer Agreements
About Towson UniversityTowson University is one of the nation’s top 100 public universities, offering a welcoming environment for living and learning, close to many educational, cultural and community resources.
TU offers students academic programs and exceptional faculty typical of a large university coupled with the close-knit community and personalized approach of a small college. TU’s wide range of extracurricular activities contribute to a dynamic student experience. Students can pursue diverse interests and cultivate undiscovered talents.
The backdrop for learning is TU’s beautiful 329-acre suburban campus, located eight miles north of Baltimore and less than an hour’s drive from Washington, D.C. Throughout the region, Towson University’s strong partnerships with public and private organizations provide unique opportunities for research, internships and jobs.
Some of the best students in America pursue 64 undergraduate majors, 46 master’s programs and four doctoral degree programs at Towson University. Founded in 1866 as a teacher’s college, today's students can also study majors like business administration, psychology, mass communications and nursing. TU's educational experience also branches out to off-campus locations throughout Maryland and a number of online options.
General transfer informationA maximum of 45 units for non-traditional learning may be granted through the Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) Program (this includes any Advance Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB) credit granted upon admission to the university). CPL units can be used to fulfill Core Curriculum, electives and/or major requirements. Courses completed at CCBC with 300 or 400 level TU course equivalencies will transfer as lower-level credit but will satisfy course content as indicated.
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Students intending to transfer should complete the admission application for TU following the third semester of their Associate Degree program.