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I am wondering if it is possible to take general studies at one college then transfer to a different college for major studies.
Yes it is possible to do that. You need to consult with advisors at both schools to make sure you are taking classes that will transfer between the schools.
Definitely, you have to aim high in life and not get stuck on the same level.
Yes it is possible. That is what a lot of people do.
Yes it is. All accredited colleges in Utah will take credits from Salt Lake Community College.
yes, sure, totally. just pick the classes you want to take.
Absolutely. Just be sure to speak with an academic advisor to see if your credits will transfer to the school you're wanting to switch to. Otherwise, you can end up having to retake classes at the new school you switch to if they don't.
Yes it is as long as its within the state or with a non conflicting accredited college.
It is possible. I am actually doing that right now. Just make sure that your credits will transfer over. I ended up not double checking, and have to take a class over again. So it doesn't hurt to talk with someone.
Yes it is. I am currently completing my general studies at SLCC and am going to transfer to the UofU when I finish.
Yes you can. That's what I am doing. Starting at SLCC then moving up to USU.
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