Below are the frequently asked questions regarding Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) at Minnesota State College Southeast. If you are a student transferring to MSC Southeast, be sure to review our Transfer Policies and Procedures. If, however, you are transferring from MSC Southeast to another institution, be sure to review the Articulated Transfer Agreements.
What is the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC)?
The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum enables you to complete an approved MnTC course at one of the 32 Minnesota State colleges and universities (Minnesota State) and at the University of Minnesota. You can then easily transfer the course credit to any other Minnesota State institution. MSC Southeast is a Minnesota State institution.
What is Minnesota State ?
Minnesota State is a system of all two and four-year public colleges and universities in Minnesota. It includes state technical colleges, community colleges and state universities.
How can I benefit from MnTC?
MnTC allows you to take approved general education requirements (gen eds) and ensures that you will not have to retake them upon transferring to other Minnesota State institutions or the University of Minnesota. This will maximize other opportunities for you and help you graduate on time.
What if I have already completed a MnTC course at another Minnesota State institution?
That puts you one step closer to completing your gen eds at MSC Southeast. These courses will easily transfer and satisfy part or all of your gen ed requirements. You can visit the Transfer Student Web page for more information.
How do I know which courses at MSC Southeast qualify as MnTC?
For the most updated list of courses, please visit the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum web page on our site.
Do I have to attend full-time in order to qualify for MnTC?
You can attend college part-time or full-time when working on credits for the MnTC package.
How do I find out about the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Package?
You can visit the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Package web page to get more information about the package.
How do I find out more about transferring?
You can visit the Minnesota Transfer website to get more information about transfer.