3.37 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
Chapter 3 - Educational Policies
Part 1. Purpose. The purpose of this policy is to establish consistent practices among system colleges and universities for the implementation of and transfer of credit for the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
Part 2. Definition.
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC). The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum is comprised of general education courses reflecting competencies adopted by the public higher education entities in Minnesota.
Part 3. Implementation. Each system college and university shall implement the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum as appropriate to its academic certificates, diplomas, and degrees consistent with criteria specified in Procedure 3.36.1 Academic Programs.
Part 4. College or University Transfer Policy. Each system college and university shall adopt a policy to implement the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum consistent with Board of Trustees' policies and Chancellor's procedures.
Part 5. Acceptance of Minnesota Transfer Curriculum. Each receiving system college and university shall accept a Minnesota Transfer Curriculum course, goal area, or the entire curriculum as determined and documented by the sending system college or university.
Each receiving system college and university shall accept the entire Minnesota Transfer Curriculum as determined and documented by the University of Minnesota.
Part 6. Disseminating Information. Each system college and university shall publish its Minnesota Transfer Curriculum requirements and policies.
Part 7. Student Appeals. A student may appeal a transfer decision made by a system college or university regarding the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum according to Policy 3.21 Undergraduate Course Credit Transfer.
Part 8. Procedure. The Chancellor shall develop procedures to implement Policy 3.37 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
- Procedure 3.37.1 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
Date of Adoption: 6/20/07,
Date of Implementation: 8/01/07,
Date & Subject of Revisions:
There is no additional HISTORY for policy 3.37.