Transfer Credits to IRSC
Students at Indian River State College can get a head start by transferring credit for courses completed at an accredited college or university, through successful completion of college-level dual enrollment courses and for qualifying scores on the Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP®, and Cambridge AICE (British AS-Level and A-Level) exams.
Students may also earn credit through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). PLA can give students a head start by awarding credit for learning acquired through military service, work experience, employer training programs, industry certifications and successful completion of high school Career Pathway academies.
Credit from other Colleges and Universities
As part of the admissions process, incoming students must provide IRSC with official transcripts. Enrollment and Student Services personnel will review the transcripts and enter eligible coursework into the student record. Students can then view how credit is applied to their degree and work with their advisor to determine if transferred coursework meets equivalency for their selected pathway.
Students enrolled in college coursework prior to graduation from high school may be awarded college credit. For Dual Enrollment credit earned through a college other than IRSC an official college transcript is required for the evaluation of credit.
AP, IB, CLEP and Cambridge AICE Exams
Indian River State College awards college credit for qualifying scores on the Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), CLEP®, and Cambridge AICE (British AS-Level and A-Level) exams. Candidates interested in receiving course credit must have official test scores sent directly to the IRSC Office of Enrollment and Student Services for review and evaluation. Credit will be awarded only once for the same subject. The amount of credit awarded depends on the score received. The Florida Department of Education provides specific information about scores needed to earn credit by exam.