Remedial or development (pre-100 level, ESL, basic math, pre-composition, etc.)
Skills oriented (study skills, career development, word processing, business communication, sales, etc.
Vocational (secretarial, lab technology, real estate, electronics, paralegal, medical assistant, radiology, etc.)
Internships, co-ops, field experiences or practica sponsored by another school
Learn more about transferring General Education requirements.
Not happy with your UMass Amherst GPA from years ago? Typically, your last GPA is applied toward your new program GPA. However, the Fresh Start option gives you a clean slate. If you are a returning UMass student and have not taken a course in the past three years, you can you begin a new cumulative GPA upon readmission. Learn More.
Our advisors will evaluate your unofficial transcripts to help you decide if Isenberg is the right fit for you. Advisors will also tell you which courses will most likely transfer and what requirements you still need to fulfill. The preliminary transcript review does not guarantee admission but is a good indication of your standing.
To request a preliminary review, indicate which major you are interested in, email your unofficial transcript from each U.S.* institution you attended with a very brief description of your work experience, including military, to: email@example.com.
*International Transcripts: To receive a preliminary review of International Transcripts e-mail copies of your Professional Evaluations for each International institution you attended and indicate which major you are interested in. Please note, Accounting and Business Law courses must be US law and policy based in order to transfer. To find out the US equivalency of your International academics you may request a report, for a fee, from a professional evaluation organization such as: Center for Educational Documentation, World Education Services, or Educational Credential Evaluators Institute.