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Discover where you’ve always belonged.
Success in college begins with finding the right fit. At Dunwoody, you’re surrounded with a community of people just like you. Focused. Motivated. Determined. In fact, nearly 60 percent of all Dunwoody students have had previous college experience.
If you are thinking about transferring to Dunwoody, returning to college, or exploring a second career – we are ready to help!
There are a few procedures and steps we’ll need to follow, and a few things we’ll need from you, to ensure we make an informed admissions decision.
- A completed application for enrollment
- Your high school transcripts or GED certificate
- Official college transcripts
- A personal interview with one of our admissions counselors is recommended to ensure that Dunwoody is the right fit for your educational and career goals
- Optional ACT or SAT standardized test scores (required for some programs)
" My liberal arts degree was more steeped in theory. Here at Dunwoody, everything is so laser-focused on this hands-on experience. That was one of the biggest attractions of the College and the program itself for me. "
'17 Associate of Applied Science in Computer Networking Systems
Options to Complete, Add-On, or Enhance a Degree
Almost any associate of applied science/associate of science will transfer into one of Dunwoody’s bachelor’s completion degrees. In addition, our Engineering and Interior Design degrees accept transfer students. To explore your options check out our list of bachelor degree offerings, and our articulation agreements with specific colleges.
Already have a bachelor’s degree? If you are looking to enter a specific industry, you may benefit from a professional certificate or an associate’s degree that will provide you with specialized skills that will enhance or focus your existing degree. Common options include:
- 3D Printing
- Construction Project Management (for bachelor’s degree recipients who are looking to enter the field of construction management)
- Land Surveying (for bachelor’s degree recipients looking to become a licensed surveyor)
To explore associate’s degree options as well as other certificates, view our full list of academic majors.
In addition to the above options, transfer credits from other regionally-accredited institutions as well as military service credits and prior learning may be available for certificate, associate and bachelor degree programs. For more information, visit the Registrar Office’s Transfer Information page.
Transfer students have the opportunity to test out of one or all of the math classes in their academic area. To do so, you must complete the test prior to the fifth business day of a term. For more information visit the Transfer Credit page of the College Catalog & Student Handbook.