Transfer Credit to MACC
Transfer credit from any post-secondary institution will be considered if regional, national, professional and/or specialized accreditation has been awarded and recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). The Higher Education Directory (HED) lists the accredited, degree-granting institutions of post-secondary education in the United States and its outlying areas.
Based on guidelines for student transfer and articulation among Public Missouri Colleges and Universities (CBHE, 1987), in most cases, MACC will accept all Associate degrees and/or Bachelor degrees as meeting all general education core requirements for the AAS/AA/AAT degrees only. Exceptions would be the ADN and AADN degrees and PN Certificate, which have specified time limits, and the A.S. degree, which has many specified core requirements. In both cores, the Registrar will evaluate courses individually regardless of whether or not a degree was awarded.
Transfer credit will only be considered from schools that are listed in the Higher Education Directory.
In general, college courses are not accepted from another college/university if taken at the junior/senior level. The only exception to this would be courses that have a direct equivalent to one of our classes (i.e. Accounting Principles is sometimes taught at the 300-level at area universities). Additionally, students transferring a “D” grade will be considered for credit by MACC.
Degree requirements are determined by the catalog in place at the time of initial enrollment.
Physiology must be taken within the last five (5) years of the date the student enrolls in the PN program. In addition, Microbiology and Physiology must be taken within the last five (5) years of the date the student enrolls in the ADN and AADN programs. If not, the credit will not apply toward the degree/certificate (ADN or PN). This includes science courses taken at MACC.
State Technical College of Missouri course work will be evaluated for credit if taken during the summer 1997 semester or thereafter.
Military Transcript Evaluation Procedure
All veterans who provide a DDT214 (Basic Training) or INOBE will be awarded 2 Physical Education (activity) credits.
Additionally, all military transcripts, which are requested by a veteran (admitted MACC student) to be evaluated, must be submitted to the Registrar. If possible, a veteran should submit a military transcript to the Registrar, which is available on ANY veteran who attended military service from 1985 to present.
If the veteran (student) is a Technical/Career major, the transcript/military records will be forwarded to the Dean of Technical/Career Education. Veterans seeking an AA/AS/AAT degree will have their evaluation completed by the Registrar (or Dean of Student Services). Evaluations will only be completed on veterans (students) who have a declared major.
Test Equivalency Credit
CLEP (College-Level Examination Program) Credit
CLEP credit will not be given for Composition (LAL102). CLEP credit in science and PSY101 courses will not be awarded to students pursuing a degree/credit in the ADN/PN programs.
||Score Required||Credit Hours Awarded
|Financial Accounting||50||3||ACC101 Elementary Accounting I|
|Principles of Macroeconomics||50||3||ECN101 Macroeconomics|
|Principles of Microeconomics||50||3||ECN102 Microeconomics|
|Introductory Business Law||50||3||BUS120 Business Law I|
|Principles of Management||50||3||BUS112 Principles of Management|
|Principles of Marketing||50||3||MKT105 Principles of Marketing|
|College Composition||50||3||LAL101 Composition I|
|English Composition*||50||3||LAL101 Composition I|
|Freshman College Composition*||50||3||LAL101 Composition I|
|American Literature||50||6|| LAL120 American Literature to 1870 and
LAL121 American Literature from 1870
|Analyzing & Interpreting Literature||50||3||Literature Elective|
|English Literature||50||6|| LAL150 English Literature from 1750 and
LAL151 English Literature from 1750
|History and Social Sciences|
|American Government**||50||3||Social Science Elective|
|United States History I **||50||3||Social Science Elective|
|United States History II||50||3||HST106 American History from 1865|
|Social Sciences & History||50||3||Social Science Elective|
|Western Civilization I||50||3||HST101 Western Civilization I|
|Western Civilization II||50||3||HST102 Western Civilization II|
|Introductory Psychology||50||3||PSY101 General Psychology|
|Human Growth & Development||50||3||PSY205 Human Lifespan Development|
|Introductory Sociology||50||3||SOC101 Sociology|
|Mathematics and Computer Science|
|College Mathematics||50||3||Math Elective|
|College Algebra||50||3||MTH140 College Algebra|
|Calculus||50||3||MTH201 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I|
|Information Systems & Comp App.||50||3||CIT102 Intro to Information Technology|
|Biology||50||3||Biology Elective (non-lab credit)|
|Chemistry||50||3||Chemistry Elective (non-lab credit)|
|Natural Sciences||50||3||Science Elective (non-lab credit)|
|World Languages and Humanities|
|Spanish, Level 1||50||5||FLN101 Elementary Spanish|
|Spanish, Level 2||63||10|| FLN101 Elementary Spanish and
FLN102 Intermediate Spanish
|French, Level 1||50||5||FLN111 Elementary French|
|French, Level 2||59||10|| FLN111 Elementary French and
FLN112 Intermediate French
|German, Level 1||50||5||Foreign Language Elective|
|German, Level 2||60||10||Foreign Language Elective|
|Intro to Educational Psychology||50||3||No Credit|
|*no longer available|
|**Students who wish to receive credit for HST105 or PSC105 must also pass an institutional Missouri Constitution exam.|