Transfer Students

A Goucher education can unlock your future. 

In addition to traditional transfer options, Goucher also offers a pathway for A.A.S and A.T.S. degree holders to earn their bachelor’s degree. We meet you wherever you are in your journey and prepare you for your career.

If you’re a transfer student…

  • Goucher will prepare you for your future.
  • Professors will challenge you to analyze complex problems.
  • Classes will encourage you to collaborate with people from all different backgrounds.
  • The Goucher Advantage will make career preparation a central element of your experience.
  • Awards and scholarships will help support your Goucher educational investment.

Apply to Transfer

If you’re a A.A.S. or A.T.S. degree recipient…

  • Convert your A.A.S. or A.T.S. degree into a Bachelors of Professional Studies (B.P.S.).
  • Goucher offers B.P.S. degrees in Business Management, Health Services Management, Criminal Justice, Sports Communications, and Early Childhood Education for select A.A.S. and A.T.S. degree recipients to further their education and career.
  • 100% online classes are offered in eight-week terms.
  • Work with a success coach on issues from advising to registration. You will have someone supporting you, one-on-one, to ensure your success in the program.
  • Accelerated options allow you to complete your B.P.S. degree in as little as 18 months.
  • Easy application requires only a quick, online form and an official transcript.

Apply to BPS

¡Hablamos español! Si tiene preguntas sobre Goucher College y quiere hablar con un consejero de admisiones en Español, por favor contacta a Marvin Barahona; o 410-337-6501.

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    Transfer Testimonial: Clara Prensky '20

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    Transfer Testimonial: Sam Kane-Gerard '18

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    Transfer Testimonial: Gabe Ceribelli '19

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    #GoucherAMA for Transfer Students: #GoucherAMA is the opportunity to hear directly from members of the Goucher community as they answer questions related to transferring to Goucher College.”