Looking to transfer credit as a current or non-UMN student or as part of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum? These resources will point you in the right direction.
Transferring Credit as a Current U of M Student
While it is possible to take an online course offered by another U of M campus, the credits may not count if you are near graduation, the course doesn't apply to your major, or if you have transferred several credits from a different institution. Consult with your advisor prior to registering to ensure the course meets your general education and/or major requirements.
It also is recommended that you consult with your Financial Aid office prior to completing the required Multi-institution Enrollment Application and having it processed by your home campus. This form must be completed each semester you choose to take a course offered by another U of M campus. If you are taking online credit courses from more than one U of M campus, complete a separate form for each campus.
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
You may take U of M online courses to satisfy the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC), a collaborative effort of the state’s two- and four-year public colleges and universities to help students transfer their general education work.
Completion of a defined transfer curriculum at one institution enables a student to receive credit for the work after being admitted to a participating institution. The transfer curriculum consists of ten areas of competency. To complete the curriculum, you must earn a minimum of 40 credits and meet the requirements in each of the goal areas. Learn more about the specific requirements of the following U of M campuses: Crookston, Duluth, Morris, Rochester, and Twin Cities.
Transferring Credits as a Non-U of M Student
To determine whether credits for a U of M online course may be transferred to a program outside the U of M, contact the institution to which you would like to transfer the credits.
If you have earned credits at a different institution and would like to know if those credits may be transfer to a U of M online program, contact the U of M department that administers that program.
To learn more about the state’s seamless transfer of credit in higher education, visit the Minnesota Transfer website.
The Transferology network can help you explore transferring credit nationwide.