MSC Southeast - MnTC Package

Liberal Arts & Sciences

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Package

The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum is the means by which a student transfers a complete package of lower division general education from one Minnesota State institution to another.  At Minnesota State College Southeast this is accomplished by a minimum of 40 credits with course requirements in each of the 10 goal areas as designated below.  

  • If a course is eligible for multiple goals, the additional goal(s) is listed in in the right hand column, however, credits for any course may count only once towards the minimum 40 credits.
  • Students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 to transfer this package. The MnTC grade point average will be calculated using grades of A – D (passing grades earned) in all MnTC courses, including both MSC Southeast and transfer grades
  • Download a Transfer Curriculum Program Plan (PDF)
Note: An asterisk (*) before the name of a course below indicates that the course is offered online.

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