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Transferring to Drexel. How many credits is the max?

farleyknightfarleyknight Posts: 2Registered User New Member
edited September 2010 in Drexel University
Just this semester I transfered from Community College of Philadelphia to Temple Univ. The school year has just begun, but something tells me I might not stick around long enough to finish the other half of my bachelor's.

I've tried searching the Drexel website, but even though I recall reading something that mentioned it, I can't find it now: How many credits do you have to earn at Drexel to receive your degree from there? I'm wondering if, I do decide to transfer to Drexel, what the cut off for that decision will be.
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Replies to: Transferring to Drexel. How many credits is the max?

  • limabeanslimabeans Posts: 4,704Registered User Senior Member
    In my experience, most colleges want the student to have a minimum of 60 credits before they can graduate. That's roughly 2 years of classes.
  • realistknightrealistknight Posts: 107Registered User Junior Member
    At Drexel you need 180 quarter credits to graduate. You are allowed to transfer up to 90 credits
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