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:
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.
Core Requirement Guides
You’ll find guides that list each St. Kate’s core requirement area and all the courses at the transfer school that fulfill these requirements. We have guides for all the local Twin Cities community colleges.
Simply click on the link below, type in your school name and click on “Guide” to the right of the school name.
Note on Core Requirements: Students who complete the MnTC or have earned an A.A. degree with a 2.5 cumulative GPA prior to enrollment are considered to have completed most of the core requirements. See Core Curriculum in catalog for details.
Major Program Guides
The bachelor's program guides list the major, supporting and prerequisite requirements for a program and the courses at the transfer school that fulfill them.
The associate program guides list only prerequisite and supporting courses as the major courses are not eligible for transfer.
Organizational/Online Learning Experiences
Whether you've already acquired prior learning and want to convert it to credit, or you're looking to take an online courses from organizations that will transfer to fulfill a core requirement or equivalency at St. Kate's, you'll find many pre-approved organizational course and exam options here.
These exams are prior learning assessments in our Credit for Prior & Alternative Learning program. The Advanced Placement (U.S.), International Baccalaureate, and Cambridge (International) exams are for high school students, while the College Level Exam Placement (CLEP), DANTES (military) and UExcel exams are open to everyone.
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.
If you are enrolled in a St. Kate's associate program, these guides will show you how your coursework 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.
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.