Associate degree - Psychology (no transfer limit)

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  1. okydd

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    What do you mean by "no transfer limit?"
     
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    I found the following under Credit & Transfer:

    I also found this:

    Am I correct in reading that NA credits might transfer into graduate programs? See the bolded part.
     
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    That's what it sounds like, but many college websites betray a lack of understanding of what Nationally Accredited means. One could ask them, and get an incorrect answer.

    I guess someone would have to try to slip a DETC transcript in to them to find out for sure. Who volunteers? :wink:
     
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    Maximum Hours Transferable into Program: No Max
     

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