Community College Transfer Guides

St. Kate’s Major Guides

Baccalaureate Majors, Associate Prerequisite/Supporting and OTA Admissions Guides

Major Transfer Guides are useful if you’re considering or are planning to complete a particular major at St. Kate’s. They display the courses specifically required in the major and which courses at your community college you may take to fulfill them. These guides are invaluable when selecting electives.

Baccalaureate Major Transfer Guides

Major Transfer Guides are useful if you’re considering or are planning to complete a particular major at St. Kate’s. They display the courses specifically required in the major and which courses at your community college you may take to fulfill them. These guides are invaluable when selecting electives.

Associate Prerequisite and Supporting Transfer Guides

These guides lists the prerequisite and supporting courses specific to each individual St. Kate’s AA/AS degree and the courses at your school that fulfill them. (Associate major courses are not transferable).

Associate OTA Major Admissions Requirements Transfer Guides

We’ve developed guides for some of the common transfer schools that include general OTA admissions requirements as well as specific courses at these schools that fulfill admissions prerequisites.

2+2 Degree Program Articulation Guides

Community College Associate Majors to St. Kate's College for Adults Baccalaureate Majors

Select guides exist with our St. Kate’s Complete MCTC and SPC community college partners as well as for other select programs/schools for students who plan to complete an associate degree prior to beginning a bachelor’s degree at St. Kate's.

Our 2+2 Program Articulation Guides identify the courses required for both degrees and makes recommendations for elective options in your associate degree that will also apply to your baccalaureate major and maps out the courses remaining once you begin at St. Kate's.

By following the recommendations in these plans exactly, a student can optimize class selection and follow a plan to complete many of the 2+2 plans within four years.