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Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/registrar/mntcinfo.html

The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum is a MnSCU-wide general education program.

Completion of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum fulfills the general education requirement for any Minnesota public institution. Students transferring with a completed Minnesota Transfer Curriculum will satisfy Minnesota State Mankato's general education requirement.

 

Completion of goal areas within the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum will be accepted as completion of that same goal area at Minnesota State Mankato. Individual competencies will be evaluated and transferred on a course-by-course basis.

 

Students transferring from Minnesota State Mankato to another Minnesota public institution of higher education will have fulfilled the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum if they have completed 40 credits of required courses in the following ten goal areas: Communication, Critical Thinking, Natural Science, Mathematical/ Logical Reasoning, History and the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Humanities and the Arts, Human Diversity, Global Perspective, Ethical and Civic Responsibility, and People and the Environment.

 

Goal areas 1C, 11, 12, and 13 are part of the general education curriculum at Minnesota State Mankato but are not goal areas in the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.

 

The listing of Minnesota State Mankato's MNTC for the 2011-2012 catalog, including goal areas and included courses, can be found in the following document [PDF] MNTC for 2011-2012 (201 KiB)

 

The Minnesota Transfer Website contains a wealth of transfer information.

Specifically including details about the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

Questions concerning transfer evaluation and the MNTC should be directed to

the Transfer Evaluation Department

room:  WA 132; phone:  389-5265