Admission requirements

Regular transfer admission requirements

If you wish to successfully transfer to A&M-Corpus Christi, you must meet the following requirements:

Grade Point Average (GPA)

A cumulative 2.0 or greater on a 4.0 scale

Status requirements

Must have 24+ credit hours and be eligible to return to your previous institution

Note: The cumulative GPA includes all work attempted, excluding remedial, high school, or duplicate courses.

What if I don't meet regular transfer admission requirements?
If you don't meet regular admission requirements, you may still be considered for admission under our Provisional Admission Procedure. Click here to learn more.

Other things to keep in mind when you apply:

    • You cannot disregard your college record and apply for admission as a freshman.

    • You cannot transfer any remedial or duplicate college credits.

    • Repeated courses are calculated within the GPA according to the standards and rules of the granting institution.

  • A&M-Corpus Christi requires its students to have 6 credit hours in one foreign language or American Sign Language (ASL) in order to graduate.

    Note: This requirement may be fulfilled with 2 credits in one foreign language or ASL from high school. If you met this requirement in high school, you must submit an official high school transcript to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions.
After you apply