Transferring Credits from Other Institutions

To assist students in the transfer process, AUM has developed the following pages that supplement the Articulation and General Studies Committee (AGSC) approved Transfer Guide found on the Statewide Transfer and Articulation Reporting System (STARS) website. The STARS website provides guidelines for course credit value transfers between undergraduate programs. Students who have or plan to transfer to AUM should understand how many of their existing credits from other institutions will transfer to AUM and satisfy our program requirements. This information is also helpful to students who are considering taking courses at other institutions during the summer semester.

Area V Menu: Major Requirements

AUM undergraduate majors that have specific degree and program requirements (Area V requirements) are listed below:

Note: The Area V document shows the total amount of courses required by the AGSC and AUM department for each major. However, each link only details the titles of the additional AUM Area V course requirements for transfers. The object is to utilize this supplemental document in addition to the courses listed on the STARS website.


  • Select your desired course of study from the list below.
  • Print the appropriate document and attach it to your AGSC Approved Transfer Guide.



Communication Disorders:

Communication Disorders

Medical Laboratory Sciences:

Medical Laboratory Sciences

Transfer Students are eligible to apply to AUM’s University Honors Program.

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