The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) is a curriculum that students take to satisfy lower division general education requirements at any public college or university in Minnesota. If completed, this curriculum is accepted as a package that satisfies the general education requirements of a bachelor's degree at any state college in Minnesota.

The MnTC curriculum requires a minimum of 40 credits distributed among 10 General Education Goal Areas. These 10 Goal Areas encompass courses from the following content areas: Communications, Critical Thinking, Natural Sciences, Mathematical/Logical Reasoning, History & the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Humanities & Fine Arts, Human Diversity, Global Perspective, Ethical & Civic Responsibility, and People & the Environment.  South Central College MnTC students are required to take ENGL 100, Composition, and a Natural Science course with a lab as a part of the 10 Goal Areas.

General Requirements:

  1. Completion of 40 MnTC credits
    1. These credits consist of 40 MnTC credits from the 10 Goal Areas specified in the program guide sheets
      1. Completion of ENGL 100, Composition
      2. Completion of an Area 3,  2 Natural Science courses (at least one course with lab credit)
      3. Additional required MnTC courses (Goal Areas 1-10) specified on the program guide sheet
  2. Cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher in the MnTC courses
  3. Any additional program requirements listed in the College Catalog.