Transferring from DCTC
Looking to continue your education after DCTC? We encourage students to prepare early for transferring to earn an advanced degree. Please utilize the resources here to see where your DCTC degree can take you!
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC)
The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) is how general education is defined and accomplished within the two- and four-year colleges and universities in the Minnesota State System. Completion of an MnTC course at one institution enables a student to receive credit for lower division general education MnTC coursework upon admission to other Minnesota State colleges and universities.
In addition to all 26 colleges and 7 universities in the Minnesota State System, the following regional public and private colleges and universities also accept the MnTC:
- Augsburg University
- Bethany Lutheran College
- Capella University
- College of St. Benedict & St. John’s University
- College of St Scholastica
- Concordia College - Moorhead
- Concordia University - St. Paul
- North Dakota State University
- Northland College
- St. Catherine University
- St. Mary's University
- University of Minnesota (all campuses)
- University of North Dakota
- University of St. Thomas
- University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
- University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
- University of Wisconsin - River Falls
- University of Wisconsin - Stout
- University of Wisconsin - Superior
Talk with an admissions counselor at your target institution to find out how they apply the MnTC.
ADDITIONAL TRANSFER RESOURCES
Do you want to see how your courses transfer to programs at participating colleges and universities? Add the coursework you've taken and use Transferology to find out how it might transfer to any of the participating schools in the Transferology network.
TRANSFERRING To DCTC?
If you are looking to bring in any college credit, visit our Transfer To DCTC Resource Page and DCTC will help you through the process.
Minnesota State Transfer
Minnesota State institutions work together to make transferring as easy as possible. The Minnesota State website explains what you need to know when transferring and helps you understand the transfer process in general.
Visit Minnesota State Transfer Info Page