The MSU Admissions Office makes the initial determination of course transferability based on the transferring institution's accreditation and the comparability of coursework. Equivalency guides show how courses from the two-year college transfer to MSU and are updated annually. Course equivalents are subject to change without advance notice. No more than 69 semester hours, including kinesiology activity courses, from a community college may be applied to a degree program (excluding RN/BSN, BSRS, and BSRC) at Midwestern State University.
The applicant for admission by transfer with 18 or more non-developmental transferable credit hours completed must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and be eligible to enroll at all institutions attended. Applicants with fewer than 18 non-developmental transferable hours must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.0, be eligible to enroll at all institutions attended and meet beginning freshmen admission requirements. Midwestern State University reserves the right to change admission criteria in keeping with actions of the Texas State Legislature or the University Board of Regents. It is to the prospective student's advantage to contact MSU Admissions.***Important News Regarding Political Science/American Government Transfer Credit***
Courses on the equivalency listings are indicated with one of the following notations:
For information regarding the Texas Common Course Numbering System, visit their website at http://www.tccns.org
For information regarding the Texas Core Curriculum, visit their website at http://statecore.its.txstate.edu/
Clicking on a school below will take you to the equivalency guide (Equivalency guides are only available for Texas community colleges):