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Students should initiate contact with their transfer institution before their first semester at SCC.
Written agreements should be maintained between the student and an admissions official at the transfer school, throughout enrollment at SCC, to confirm that every course taken at SCC will meet graduation requirements for the student's intended major at the transfer institution.
It is the student's responsibility to ensure that their credits will transfer.
Important note regarding transfer information on college websites:
College website transfer information is sometimes difficult to interpret. If you have any questions on how a course will transfer, it is very important that you confirm with the transfer college the exact transferability of the course. This should be done in writing with a college admissions official's signature rather than a discussion over the telephone.
If a college's website is the resource used to confirm the transferability of a course, students should make a copy of that website information and keep for future reference.
Individual copies of transfer guides are available in the hallway outside of and inside ADM 1204.
A .A. to B. A./B. S. articulations in: accounting, business administration, art – art history, studio art, visual communication, theater, communication, English – linguistics, pre-education, French, German, Spanish, mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, history, justice systems, philosophy and religion, political science, psychology, sociology/anthropology – July 2012 (available on Truman website)
A.A. program to B.A./B.S. program articulations available in ADM 1204: Accounting, Anthropology, Art Education, Art History, Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Biology, Business Administration--General Business Management, International Business, Marketing, Finance, Logistics & Operations, Management, Information Systems, Chemistry, Computer Science, Communication, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Economics, Education, Engineering, English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Media Studies, Modern Language-French; Modern Language-Japanese, Modern Language-Spanish, Music, Nursing, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy & Administration, Social Work, Sociology, Studio Art, Theater & Dance – September 2011 (available on UMSL website)