Transfer Pathways/Transfer Credit

Transfer Pathways

We are currently working to update our Transfer Pathways. If there is a particular degree pathway you wish to view, please email your request to us at

The Transfer Pathways are meant to assist students at all NC Community Colleges as they prepare to transfer to Campbell University. However, theses can be used as guidelines for students transfer from out-of-state community colleges as well as four-year institutions. Following a degree plan does not guarantee admission to Campbell University or guarantee an AA/AS degree or BA/BS degree will be conferred and the courses included in the pathways can change at any time.

Transfer Equivalency Guides

Curriculum Guides

Curriculum guides are tools for planning courses and exploring academic programs. Please note that these guides may not reflect the most recent course and/or requirement changes.

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Academic Programs

 To view requirements for all degrees offered through Campbell University see our Undergraduate Course Catalog.

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General College Curriculum (GCC)

All degrees require completion of the General College Curriculum(GCC). Completion of all GCC courses is not required in order to transfer; however, all GCC requirements not completed prior to transfer must be completed to earn a degree. Though all degrees require the GCC, each major may vary when it comes to specific subject requirements like Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Foreign Language. Be sure to view the Undergraduate Course Catalog to find the requirements for your intended major.

View our current General College Curriculum


North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

Campbell University has partnered with the North Carolina Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). This agreement addresses the transfer of credits in the core curriculum between institutions in the North Carolina Community College system for students who wish to transfer to Campbell University. North Carolina Community College students who have completed the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree programs will be considered to have fulfilled the institution-wide, lower division of the Campbell University General College Curriculum. Note: The Campbell University General College Curriculum requirements of Religion 125, Foreign Language and Lifetime Wellness will not be granted credit through the CAA, unless the equivalent courses were completed as part of the student’s community college curriculum. Additionally, students may be required to complete additional subject matter if they did not meet the major specific GCC requirements upon transfer.


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