TES Transfer Evaluation System
Search our database of pre-evaluated college courses.
We have an extensive database with thousands of undergraduate courses from around the country pre-evaluated. Use it to see if your college courses (including courses taken through PSEO or CIS) have been evaluated. (See the TES Tips section below to initiate a review if your course has not yet been evaluated).
Here's what you'll find in TES:
- Course Equivalencies: Find out if a course is equivalent to a St. Kate’s course your program requires.
- Course Core Requirements: Find out if an individual course meets a core requirement, this will be listed in the Public Note attached to the course.
- St. Kate’s Core Requirements Transfer Guides: We have guides for the local colleges when you want a list of all courses at a particular school that will fulfill a particular St. Kate’s Core Requirement.
- General Elective: When a course does not have an equivalency or fulfill a core, it may still be applied toward the total credits required to graduate.
- Does Not Transfer: Courses that are considered developmental or Vocational/Technical in nature will not be transferred.
- Credits transferred will equal semester credit value on transfer transcript.
- Core Requirement Transfer Guides and are available for select local schools with the Guides link displayed to the right of the school name in the school search list. For schools without core guides, simply click the notes icon to see if individual courses meets core requirement. Associate program guides are also located there.
- Use the Course Codes Key for descriptions of generic course equivalencies (eg BIOLLABS).
- Once you’ve located your course equivalency, click the "My List Add" icon to start a list. Continue to add as many courses as you wish from as many schools as you wish, then email or print the list.
- Associate students should review the Associate Course Search Key prior to using TES.
- Bachelor's degree students searching for Gen Psych should search by PSYC1000. For PHIL3400 Medical Ethics, search PHI3400.
- If your course isn’t listed, you may submit a request for evaluation.
Enter coursework from multiple schools at once for review.
Load all your undergraduate college courses together to create a list of pre-evaluated courses for transfer, as well as your courses that have not yet been reviewed. Use the Transferology request tool to directly request a review of unevaluated courses. Students wishing to find a school with a pre-approved equivalency to a St. Kate’s course may use Transferology’s course replacement tool.
Fulfill St. Kate's core or major requirements with college transfer courses.
Planning ahead can save you both time and money and our transfer guides can help. We have guides for all the Twin Cities community colleges plus select other schools/programs and additional guides may be added anytime so check back if you don’t see your school.
We've created three types of transfer guides to assist:
- Liberal Arts Core Requirements Guides identify each liberal arts area required to earn a St. Kate's degree and courses at your school that have been pre-approved to fulfill them.
- St. Kate's Major Guides display the major, supporting & prerequisite requirements for a St. Kate's degree and the courses at your school that have been pre-approved to fulfill them.
- 2+2 Degree Program Articulation Guides list the courses in your community college associate degree program as well as the intended St. Kate's bachelor's degree program and help you map the best course forward.
Check out our transfer guides to see how your courses transfer or contact your admission counselor who can create a custom transfer plan for you.
Program planning worksheets
Map out your transfer plan.
Program planning worksheets are checklists that list all the major, minor, supporting, prerequisite and core requirements needed to graduate in a major at St. Kate’s.
St. Kate's Laddering Guides
St. Kate’s Laddering Guides (Assoc. to Bacc.)
See how St. Kate’s associate courses & major program are applied at the bachelor's level.
St. Kate’s Individual Course Transfer (Associate to Baccalaureate)
If you are enrolled in a St. Kate's associate program, these guides will show you how your individual courses can apply toward a St. Kate's bachelor's degree. Courses taken prior to 1986 from St. Mary’s Jr. College are considered transfer credit. All others are resident credit.
St. Kate’s Program to Program Transfer (Associate to Baccalaureate)
For select programs we also have guides that help you map a pathway from a specific St. Kate’s associate degree to a specific bachelor degree.
Transfer Graduate Credit
Request to transfer credit into a graduate program.
In order to transfer graduate level courses, you need to have the approval of your program director. Grad courses are not pre-approved. Submit a Petition to Transfer Graduate Credit to begin the process and view our graduate transfer policies for complete details on applicable credit.