Mount Saint Mary’s University is in the process of updating articulation agreements. The agreements outlined on this page should be used as a general guide to assist prospective students in determining which courses will transfer to the Mount.
DISCLAIMER: At the discretion of the University, and as academic program requirements develop and/or change, course transferability may also be subject to change.
Articulation agreements are used to assist students in taking the appropriate courses at the community colleges that will transfer for credit toward a bachelor's or associate degree at the college or university of their choice. Mount Saint Mary’s University has a number of formal articulation agreements with community colleges in the Los Angeles area including those listed below.
If you are a current Mount student please follow the links below to locate the Articulation Agreements that correspond to the courses that fulfill the General Education section in the MSMU catalog.
If you are a prospective student interested in transferring course work into Mount Saint Mary’s University please proceed to the articulation agreements listed below. Prospective Students can also visit Transferology to discover if the course(s) taken at other institutions are transferable to Mount Saint Mary's University.
Users with visual disabilities may click on the Adobe Acrobat Accessibility Link to access software that makes reading PDF files easier.
Each articulation agreement is divided into three sections.
Section I Lists relevant information about MSMU General Studies Requirements. The General Studies requirements at MSMU include five areas: Communication Skills; Analytical Skills; Arts & Sciences; Modern Language, Religious Studies and Philosophy.
Section II Lists lower division courses within five major areas selected by MSMU Admission and Advisement offices for Articulation due to their complexity. These five majors are Biological Sciences with emphasis in Pre- Physical Therapy, Business, English, Nursing, and Social Work.
Section III Lists lower division courses within the Liberal Studies major, selected by the Education Department for articulation. Students interested in a Liberal Studies major at MSMU should disregard section I and II.
Attention potential BSN candidates Effective Fall 2013, students enrolled in the Traditional BSN Program must take the required nutrition course sophomore year at MSMU. Nutrition courses taken at other institutions will not be accepted as meeting our degree requirement.