In 2013, the Indiana legislature required that state colleges and universities establish the requirements for a Statewide Transfer General Education Core of at least 30 credit hours and to develop a set of Transfer Single Articulation Pathways (TSAP) which allow students to fully transfer certain associate degrees as the first two years of instruction toward a companion bachelor’s degree.
Listed below are the current TSAP programs offered on the campuses of Indiana University. Not all TSAPs may be offered at each campus. We invite you to explore these pathways, view the recommended course sequences within the Degree Maps, and work closely with your advisor to plan your educational future. There are specializations within each of these TSAP programs, but these vary depending on which campus you are attending.
- Business Administration
- Computer Science
- Criminal Justice
- Early Childhood Education
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Elementary Education
- Human Service - Social Work
- Human Services
- Information Technology and Informatics
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering Technology
- Secondary Education - Biology
- Secondary Education - Mathematics
- Special Education
If you have completed a TSAP associate degree from an Indiana two-year college (Ivy Tech or Vincennes), you are eligible to continue in the companion TSAP bachelor's degree program. While you are not required to do so, the TSAP program guarantees that you can finish your degree ON TIME within two years of full-time study.
To view more about TSAPs, click on the name of the campus you plan to attend. The link will redirect you to the TSAP homepage of the selected campus.