Mount Saint Mary`s Articulation Agreement

If you are a current student, please follow the links below to find the articulation agreements/transfer guides for the courses corresponding to the General Culture section of the MSMU catalogue. If you are an aspiring student interested in transferring courses (s) to Mount Saint Mary`s University, please see the articulation agreements/transfer guides listed below. Interested students can also visit transferology to find out if courses at other institutions are transferable to Mount Saint Mary`s University. The following transfer scholarships are made available to full-time students and are awarded for academic performance and leadership skills. Once a student is accepted and an academic scholarship is offered, no changes are made to increase the amount. Mount Saint Mary`s University is updating articulation agreements and transfer guides. The agreements and guides described on this page should be used to help aspiring students decide which courses will be transferred to Mount Saint Mary`s University. Section III – List of lower department courses within the Liberal Studies major that have been selected by the Ministry of Education for articulation. Students who are interested in a major for liberal studies should not consider Section II.

Joint agreements and transfer guides are used to help students take the corresponding courses at community universities, which are transferred for loans in the direction of a degree to Mount Saint Mary`s University. West Los Angeles College has articulation agreements with all campus systems of the University of California and California State University. These agreements can be accessed www.assist.org/ Section I – Lists of Relevant Information on Liberal Arts Core Requirements (LACE). LACE`s requirements in this agreement include Written Communication, Reasoning: Math – Critical Thinking, Language and the Central Core: Spirit of the Founders, Community, Global Awareness – Understanding und Women – Gender. West Los Angeles College has articulation agreements with several independent colleges and universities in California.