Transfer Information

If you are planning to transfer to or from MACC, use the information below to take the next steps to achieve your college education goals. Here you will find information on course equivalencies, exam equivalencies, transfer agreements, and transfer guides.

Transfer Credit to MACC

Advanced Placement

Advanced Placement Examinations are prepared by the Educational Testing Services of the College Board Programs. These examinations are administered after the AP course is offered in the upper level of high school. MACC accepts AP credit based on a review and evaluation by the Dean of Academic Affairs or the Dean of Career & Technical Programs. An AP chart, which lists the required scores to receive AP credit, is posted below.

Advanced Placement Equivalencies Guidelines

AP ExaminationScore RequiredCredit Hours AwardedMACC Course Equivalency
ARTS
Art History3-53ART102 Art Survey and Appreciation II
Music Theory3-53MUS101 Fundamentals of Music
Studio Art 2-D Design3-53ART105 2-Dimensional Design
Studio Art 3-D Design3-53ART112 3-Dimensional Design
Studio Art Drawing3-53Art Elective (non-humanities credit)
ENGLISH
English Language & Composition3-53LAL101 Composition I
English Literature & Composition3-53LAL101 Composition I
**Both of the above English courses3-53LAL101 Composition I &
Humanities Elective
HISTORY & SOCIAL SCIENCES
Comparative Government & Politics3-53Social Science Elective
European History3-56HST101 Western Civilization I &
HST102 Western Civilization II
Human Geography3-53GEO101 World Geography I
Macroeconomics3-53ECN101 Macroeconomics
Microeconomics3-53ECN102 Microeconomics
Psychology3-53PSY101 Psychology
United States Government & Politics*3-53Social Science Elective
United States History*3-56Social Science Elective
World History3-53Social Science Elective
MATHEMATICS & COMPUTER SCIENCE
Calculus AB3-55MTH201 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
Calculus BC3-55MTH202 Analytic Geometry & Calculus II
Computer Science A3-53ITC120 Programming I
Computer Science Principles3-53ITC125 Object Oriented Programming I
Statistics3-53MTH160 Elementary Statistics
SCIENCES
Biology34BIO101 Biology
Biology4-54BIO155 Biology for Majors I
Chemistry3-55PHY121 General Chemistry I
Environmental Science3-53BIO105 Introductory Conservation Biology
Physics 13-55PHY125 Foundations of Physics
Physics 23-55Physical Science Elective
Physics C: Electricity & Magnetism3-55Physical Science Elective**
Physics C: Mechanics3-55Physical Science Elective**
WORLD LANGUAGES & CULTURES
Chinese Language and Culture3-5 Humanities Elective
French Language and Culture3-53Humanities Elective
German Language and Culture3-53Humanities Elective
Italian Language and Culture3-53Humanities Elective
Japanese Language and Culture3-53Humanities Elective
Latin3-53Humanities Elective
Spanish Language and Culture3-55FLN101 Elementary Spanish
Spanish Literature and Culture3-55FLN101 Elementary Spanish
Spanish Language and Culture &
Spanish Literature and Culture
3-510FLN101 Elementary Spanish &
FLN102 Intermediate Spanish
 
* Students who wish to receive credit for HST105, HST106, or PSC105 must also pass an institutional Missouri Constitution exam.
** Associate of Science students planning to transfer to a four-year institution should consult with the Dean or their advisor to determine transferability of these Physics courses.

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.

CLEP Equivalency Guidelines

 Examination
Score RequiredCredit Hours Awarded
Course Equivalency
 Business
  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
 English
  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
  Precalculus 50 3 MTH150 Precalculus
  Calculus 50 3 MTH201 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I
  Information Systems & Comp App. 50 3 CIT102 Intro to Information Technology
 Sciences    
  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 6310 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
  Humanities 50 3 Humanities Elective
 Teacher Education
  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.

DSST

DSST exams may allow students to earn credit for prior learning acquired outside the traditional classroom in subject areas such as Social Sciences, Math, Applied Technology, Business, Physical Sciences and Humanities. MACC does not administer DSST exams but does grant transfer credit for the following exams based on the recommendations of the American Council on Education.

DSST (DANTES) Equivalency Guidelines

 Examination
Score RequiredCredit Hours Awarded
Course Equivalency
 Arts
 Art of the Western World4003Art Elective (humanities credit)
 Business
 Personal Finance4003ACC110 Personal Finance 
 Human Resource Management4003BUS113 Human Relations in Management
 Introduction to Business4003BU100 Introduction to Business
 Principles of Supervision4003BUS112 Principles of Management
 Organizational Behavior4003Business Elective
 English/Communication
 Technical Writing 400 3IND120 Technical Report Writing 
 Principles of Public Speaking 400 3SPK101 Public Speaking 
 History and Social Sciences
 Human/Cultural Geography 400 3Geography Elective 
 A History of the Vietnam War 400 3HST215 America in Vietnam 
 Criminal Justice 400 3SOC150 Introduction to Criminal Justice Systems 
 Lifespan Developmental Psychology 400 3PSY205 Human Lifespan 
 Fundamentals of Counseling 400 3Psychology Elective 
 Mathematics and Computer Science
 Fundamentals of College Algebra 400 3MTH100 Intermediate Algebra 
 Principles of Statistics 400 3MTH160 Elementary Statistics 
 Business Math 400 3BOA152 Business Math/Electronic Calculations 
 Computing and Information Technology 400 3CIT102 Introduction to Information Technology 
 Management Information Systems 400 No equivalency 
 Sciences    
 Principles of Physical Science I 400 3Physical Science Elective (non-lab credit) 
 Astronomy400 3PHY162 General Astronomy 
 Environment and Humanity: Race to Save the Planet400 3BIO105 Introductory Conservation Biology 
 Philosophy    
 Ethics in America400 3PHI152 Introduction to Ethics 
 Introduction to World Religions400 3PHI251 Religions of the World 
 Electives    
 General Anthropology400 3AA elective 
 Health and Human Development400 3HSC120 Health and Hygiene 

What is MISSOURI REVERSE TRANSFER?

MRTThe process of allowing college students or former college students who have completed credits for an associate’s degree to receive that degree even if they have transferred to a different college or university, or stopped out of higher education altogether.

Missouri has moved forward with a statewide policy to help more Missourians earn a degree.

For more detailed information on Missouri Reverse Transfer take a look at the Missouri Department of Higher Education website.

What are the BENEFITS?

  • Earn your Associates Degree while pursuing your bachelor’s degree

  • Possible Career Advancement with earned associate degrees

  • Qualify for More Jobs

  • A degree can help you earn more money

  • Possibly meet general education requirements at your 4 year transfer institution

Are you ELIGIBLE?

You must have earned a minimum of 15 credit hours at a single two-year institution to be eligible for a reverse transfer degree. Students are not eligible for the program if they currently possess an associate degree or higher.

If you have questions regarding the Reverse Transfer process, please contact the MACC Reverse Transfer, Coordinator
Amy See
AmyS@macc.edu 
573-231-0941

Do you have questions?

Get your answers from your campus Reverse Transfer Coordinator or through our FAQ.

Moberly Area Community College welcome’s students who have attended other colleges and universities.  If you have recently transferred to MACC from another college or university, and received a student loan that has an outstanding balance, don’t forget about your repayment obligation!  Also, make sure you have updated your contact information with your student loan servicing center to avoid any potential communication problems.

You may be eligible for an in-school deferment while enrolled at MACC, if you are enrolled in at least six credit hours.  In-school deferment may allow you to postpone your student loan payments while you are enrolled at MACC.

In order to qualify for the in-school deferment YOU MUST TAKE THE FIRST STEP.  You must update your enrollment status with the National Student Loan Database System (NSLDS); after you complete this step, MACC will certify your enrollment with the NSLDS.  It may take 30-60 days for NSLDS to communicate the enrollment status to the national student loan servicing centers. I advise you to follow-up with your loan servicer(s) to make sure the enrollment data is received.

Here are the easy steps you need to take:

  1. Go to StudentAid.gov and Log In using your FSA ID/Password

  2. Find your name at the top right corner

  3. Click your name and then Enrollment

  4. From the My Enrollment screen, click Add Enrollment

  5. Enter School Details: State = Missouri, School = Moberly Area Community College (00249100)

  6. Use the School Enrollment Start Date Calendar to select the first day of the semester (example: August 24, 2020)

  7. Click Add School

  8. Review the information in My Requests

  9. Click Submit Request

We hope your educational experience at MACC is rewarding!  If you have any questions or need assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the Financial Aid Office, by email at FinancialAid@macc.edu, or by phone at 660-263-4100, extension 11301.

Transfer Credit to Other Institutions

Educational requirements vary from one institution to another. For this reason, it is extremely important that students who plan to transfer to another institution work closely with an MACC Advisor in planning their course schedule. In addition, the information below can help guide you as you prepare for the transfer process.

What are the Advantages of Graduating from MACC Before You Transfer?

  • Transferring to another institution after you complete your degree is much more seamless than transferring without your degree. MACC has articulation (transfer) agreements with many institutions which allow you to transfer all credits completed, enter the transfer institution as a junior, and complete your bachelor’s degree on time.

  • Students who complete their degree before transferring typically do better academically after transferring to a four-year college or university.

  • Transfer students who have completed their two-year degree are often eligible for transfer scholarships that may amount to thousands of dollars.

  • Earning a two-year degree may afford you the opportunity to earn more. Many employers prefer potential employees who have earned a degree and will often make salary adjustments based on having completed a degree.

  • Completing a degree demonstrates commitment, dedication, and follow-through. All of these attributes are important to potential employers and transfer institutions.

Transfer Institutions

MACC degrees that are designed to easily transfer include: AA (Associate of Arts), AAT (Associate of Arts in Teaching), and AS (Associate of Science). Health Science and AAS (Associate of Applied Science) degrees may transfer; however, you will need to choose courses carefully.

MACC Degrees & Certificates

Prior to enrolling in classes at MACC, you should think about your future transfer plans. Choosing a degree program at MACC that will meet your future goals and allow you to smoothly transfer is an important part of the enrollment process. In addition, you should enroll in courses each semester that are appropriate to the freshman and sophomore years at the transfer institution. You should discuss your transfer and enrollment plans with an MACC Advisor. Finally, prior to finishing your first semester, you should establish contact with the institution you plan to transfer to and review that institution’s college catalogs, admission information, and website.


General Transfer Tips:

  1. Plan ahead. It is never too early to begin thinking about your transfer plans.
  2. Take time to research possible transfer institutions. As you research transfer options, take into consideration location, cost, degrees offered, class sizes, etc.
  3. Compare the differences between private, public, in-state, and out-of-state institutions.
  4. Review admission, financial aid, and scholarship deadlines.
  5. Research how credits transfer to the institution (e.g. how do transfer credits apply to the degree I am interested in pursuing?).
  6. Schedule a meeting with an advisor at the transfer institution..

The best time to transfer is once you have completed your degree with MACC; however, you should not wait until your last semester to begin the transfer process. Many transfer institutions have priority application and financial aid dates which may occur during the semester you are graduating or even the semester prior to your graduation. It is important that you verify these dates with the transfer institution. In addition to completing an admission application and FAFSA with your transfer institution’s school code, you will want to request a final, official, MACC transcript be sent to the transfer institution. (You will want to delay sending the transcript until your final grades have posted and your degree has been awarded.)

  1. What are the admission requirements (e.g. specific GPA)?
  2. Does the college accept applications at any time or only by a specific deadline?
  3. Are there specific programs offered to transfer students to help with the transfer process?
  4. How many credits do you accept in transfer?
  5. Will my MACC GPA transfer?
  6. Do you accept “D” grades in transfer?
  7. What is the average class size (i.e. student to instructor ratio)?
  8. Are ACT or SAT scores required?
  9. What is the tuition and fee and room and board costs?
  10. What steps are required to apply for financial aid?
  11. Am I required to live on campus?
  12. How many transfer students do you accept each semester/year?
  13. Do you provide job search assistance after graduation?
  14. What tutoring assistance is available?
  15. Do you offer parking? If so, does it cost?
  16. Do you offer student activities?

A transfer articulation agreement is a formal agreement between two (or more) colleges and their degree programs. Often these agreements are called transfer agreements, transfer guides, or degree pathways. The goal of these agreements is to provide students a seamless, transfer pathway between the colleges. In addition, the agreements often outline details regarding guaranteed admission, transfer credits, degree and academic requirements, and scholarship information.

MACC has established articulation agreements with the following colleges and universities. See an MACC Advisor for more information.

Central Christian College of the Bible, Moberly, MO
Central Methodist University, Fayette, MO
Chamberlain College of Nursing, Addison, IL
Columbia College, Columbia, MO
Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO
Hannibal-LaGrange College, Hannibal, MO
Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas
Missouri University of Science & Technology, Rolla, MO
Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, MO
Palmer College of Chiropractic, Davenport, IA
Stephens College, Columbia, MO
Truman State University, Kirksville, MO
University of Missouri- Columbia, MO
Westwood College of Aviation, Broomfield, CO
William Woods University, Fulton, MO

1981-82 National Championship Women's Basketball Team

Coach Dick Halterman
Coach John Cochran
Ball Boy – Troy Halterman
Eleanor Carr
Rochelle McKenzie
Brenna Kelly
Carmela McMullen
Tammy Harryman
Janet Thompson
Kim Cooley
Lisa Brown
Georgia Hinson
Kathy Schulz
Denise Derrieux
Margrett Bassett
Jackie Glosson
Marion Fitzsimmons
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Coach John Cochran 
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Pat Seger Zeitlow
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Patty Rapp Thorne
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Elenaor Carr
Rochelle McKenzie
Sheri Sills Schneider
Sara Figg Gillilan
Manager Roxie Robinson
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Mary Smiley Wohlford
Linda Connor Seidt
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Janet Jackson
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Brenda Rucker
Neal Head, trainer
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