Course Transfer Guides
Before you become a CFANS student, it's important to know which of your completed courses will transfer into the CFANS curriculum, or fulfill U of M requirements. The tools listed below will help you understand how your courses transfer.
- Transfer Guides for U of M liberal education requirements: This guide lists Minnesota schools, as well as schools in all 50 states. Provided by the U of M Office of Admissions.
- Transferology: Use this system to see how courses from other schools transfer to the U of M, and how they fulfill the U of M's liberal education requirements.
- Math and Chemistry Course Equivalency: Use this database to see how courses from other schools may fulfill the U of M's math, chemistry, technology, and other science requirements.
Before transferring, prospective CFANS transfer students are strongly encouraged to complete all available 1000-level chemistry, biology and math courses that are required for your designated CFANS major.
Minnesota State Schools, Transfer Guides for 2017–2018
Current guides are listed below (PDFs). Our curriculum changes each year, so be sure you're consulting a current Transfer Guide.
NOTICE: Course transfer information is subject to change at any time. If you have questions or want to confirm any course-transfer information, contact Carolyn Larson, CFANS Transfer Admissions Counselor, at email@example.com or 612-624-3220.
- Anoka-Ramsey Community College
- Central Lakes College
- Century College
- Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
- Hibbing Community College
- Inver Hills Community College
- Itasca Community College
- Lake Superior College
- Mesabi Range Community and Technical College
- Minneapolis Community and Technical College
- Minnesota State Community and Technical College
- Minnesota West Community and Technical College
- Normandale Community College
- North Hennepin Community College
- Northland Community and Technical College
- Rainy River Community College
- Ridgewater College
- Riverland Community College
- Rochester Community and Technical College
- Saint Paul College
- South Central College
- Vermilion Community College