Hi, I'm Maria and I'm an academic advisor for exploratory students. Today I'm going
to share a little bit information with you about the intra-university transfer
process. The term intra-university transfer, or IUT for short, refers to the
process by which CU students transfer from one school, college or
program to another on our campus. Every student in Exploratory Studies will
complete an IUT to one of the seven programs on campus. Each school and
college determines their own IUT requirements but there are some
commonalities. It will typically take a minimum of two semesters to complete IUT
requirements and be eligible to apply to the program of your choice. Each program
has a minimum cumulative GPA that must be met by the time of application.
Several programs require specific coursework and individual grades as well.
Let's use the Leeds School of Business as an example. To qualify to apply to the
business school students must have completed 24 credits, they need a minimum
CU cumulative GPA of a 3.0 and they'll complete 4 classes; microeconomics,
macroeconomics, introduction to statistics and math analysis in
business. They must receive B minuses in each of those four classes. Over the
first two semesters these classes will be combined with additional general
education classes of the students choice. It will take two semesters to complete
these requirements at CU. Once grades are posted at the end of the second semester,
students can apply to transfer. Students usually apply to the program of their
choice for their sophomore year but they can stay in Exploratory Studies for
longer if needed to complete the IUT requirements. Exploratory Studies students
can complete a degree in four years. As an Exploratory Studies student you will
be assigned an advisor in the University Exploration and Advising Center who will
guide you through the IUT process while also helping you to explore parallel
majors and minors and certificate programs. So, please visit our IUT
website for more details about the program that you're interested and feel
free to contact us by email with any questions you might have.
Welcome to CU.