We've tried to make the TIS Credit Transfer Wizards as easy to use as possible, but - just in case - the following transfer wizard tutorials detail specific transfer scenarios and how a student can use the wizard to achieve the right result. We have also included a list of frequently asked questions for specific situations not covered in the tutorials. 

 If the materials presented still don't provide an answer to your specific question or problem, please contact TIS by e-mail.

Tutorials

Tutorial 1: Using the Course Wizard to Transfer a Single Course

Scenario: Suppose you took the course HIS 213 "Recent Latin America" at UW-Washington County and want to know how it will transfer to UW-Milwaukee. The TIS Single Course Transfer Wizard is best way to find the answer to your question.

Tutorial 2: Using the Course Wizard for Transferring all Courses in a Department

Scenario: Suppose you plan to take a number of History courses at UW-Washington County and want to know how they will transfer to UW-Milwaukee. The TIS Course Transfer Wizard is best way to find the answer to your question

Tutorial 3: Using the Reverse Look-Up Wizard

Scenario: Suppose you're already attending UW-Madison and know that you need to take Ed Psych 301. You'll be home for the summer and want to take a course at your local UW (UW-Eau Claire) that will transfer back to UW-Madison as Ed Psych 301. This is the perfect situation for the Reverse Look-up Wizard.

Tutorial 4: Using the General Education Wizard

Scenario: Everyone has to take some General Education (Gen Ed) courses in order to graduate but the Gen Ed requirements differ at the various UW campuses. Suppose you're attending Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College but plan to transfer to UW-River Falls and earn a degree there. You can use the General Education Wizard to find out what courses you can take at Indianhead that will count toward the Gen Ed requirements (such as social science) at UW-River Falls.