Northwest Missouri State Universityhttp://www.nwmissouri.edu
Truman State Universityhttp://www.truman.edu
Missouri Southern State Universityhttp://www.mssu.edu
University of Central Missourihttp://www.ucmo.edu
Missouri Western State Universityhttp://missouriwestern.edu
Central Methodist Universityhttp://www.centralmethodist.edu
Missouri University of Science and Technologyhttp://www.mst.edu/
University of Missouri-Columbiahttp://www.missouri.edu/
Missouri State University-Springfieldhttp://www.missouristate.edu
St Charles Community Collegehttp://www.stchas.edu
Southeast Missouri State Universityhttp://www.semo.edu
How to Transfer College Credits in Missouri
In Missouri, students are able to transfer general education courses in a block of courses that is widely accepted. The state also offers an associate of arts degree with guaranteed transfer, plus a course equivalency guide for researching potential transfer opportunities.
Missouri students can complete a block of general education credit for transfer. This 42 hour minimum block of courses is transferable among a number of two and four year public institutions in Missouri, and typically satisfies the general education requirements with most institutions. However, some institutions require credits above the 42 hour minimum and may require additional course work to satisfy general education requirements.
If students complete an associate of arts degree in Missouri, that degree is guaranteed to transfer to a four year college or university in the state. The degree is designed as a general studies transfer degree. However, it’s important to keep in mind that not all institutions will grant associate’s degree holders with junior status, as graduation requirements may vary.
Students can use the Missouri Department of Higher Education Course Equivalency guide to research how courses they’ve completed may be accepted at a new institution.