BYU-Idaho teams up with Arizona school to make transfers easier
REXBURG, Idaho — Brigham Young University-Idaho (BYU-I) is teaming up with a university in Arizona to make transferring credits easier than ever.
This comes soon after the announcement that BYU-Pathway was going worldwide.
“The idea behind this is to open up the opportunity for our students to participate in some of those degree programs that we may not offer,” said Brett Crandall, spokesperson for BYU-I. “We want to give every student who wants to get an education the opportunity to study what they want.”
He said students can sign up to transfer as soon as they complete at least twenty-four credits.
You can learn more in the audio story below:
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