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Century College has developed transfer Articulation Agreements and partners with many colleges and universities that offer Bachelor's degrees. These degrees can be completed entirely on Century's campus, online, or at a nearby metro area location. Articulation Agreements are formal agreements to accept credits in transfer toward a specific academic program.

Seek assistance and advice early and often from the Advising, Counseling and Career Center and your intended school for a smooth transfer experience.

CENTURY PROGRAM PATHWAY
Addiction Counseling AS Alcohol and Drug Counseling BS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Associate in Arts degree (AA) Transfers to all MnSCU colleges and universities, the University of Minnesota, as well as select private and out-of-state institutions. An AA degree fulfills lower-division general education requirements. See a counselor or advisor to plan for your specific major requirements, program prerequisites, and/or application requirements.
Art AFA Bachelor's of Fine Arts (Minnesota State University-Mankato; Mankato campus)
Business Administation AS and
Business Management AA
Business Administration BS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Business Administration BS (St. Mary's University of Minnesota)
Project Management BS (Minnesota State University-Moorhead; online)
Communication Studies Certificate Communications BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; Mankato campus)
Computer Information Systems AS Computer Information Technology BS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online)
Computer Application Development BAS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online)
Criminal Justice A Criminal Justice BS (Metropolitan State University; Century campus; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Criminal Justice BS (Minnesota State University-Bemidji; Bemidji campus)
Dental Hygiene AAS Dental Hygiene BSDH (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online)
Dental Hygiene BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato, online)
Education AS Elementary Education BA (Concordia University; St. Paul campus)
Engineering AS General Engineering BSE (Minnesota State University-Mankato; Mankato campus)
Bachelor’s degree of Engineering (University of Minnesota - College of Science and Engineering; Twin Cities Campus, Duluth Campus)
Engineering CAD Technology AAS Project Management BS (Minnesota State University-Moorhead; online)
Health Sciences-Broad Field AS Bachelor's degree at all MnSCU universities in Science and Health-related majors (see counselor or advisor for planning assistance)
Human Services AS Human Services BS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Individualized Studies AS Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; metro area campus and online)
Individualized Studies BA (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online)
Interior Design AAS Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; metro area campus and online)
Law Enforcement AS Law Enforcement BS (Metropolitan State University;metro area campus and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Criminal Justice BS (Metropolitan State University; Century campus)
Criminal Justice BS (Minnesota State University-Bemidji; Bemidji campus)
Nursing AS MANE Dual Enrollment RN to BSN (Metropolitan State University: Century campus; Metropolitan State planning guide)
RN to BSN (Minnesota State University-Bemidji; Century campus)
Nursing BS (Bethel University; St. Paul campus)
Nursing BS (St. Mary's University of Minnesota)
Orthotic and Prosthetic Clinical Applications Orthotic and Prosthetic Assistant BS (Concordia University; St. Paul campus)
Orthotic and Prosthetic Practitioner MSOP (Concordia University; St. Paul campus)
Orthotics and Prosthetics Technology AAS Individualized Studies BA (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Paraeducation AAS Individualized Studies BA (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Paramedic Technology AAS Individualized Studies BA (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Healthcare and Human Service Management BS (St. Mary's University of Minnesota)
Radiologic Technology AAS Individualized Studies BA (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online; Metropolitan State planning guide)
Radiologic Science Leadership BS (Concordia University; online)
Translating and Interpreting AAS Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University - Mankato; metro area campus and online)
All Career/Technical AAS degrees
Metropolitan State planning guide
Individualized Studies BA or Industrial Management BAS or Organizational Administration BAS (Metropolitan State University; metro area and online)
Operations Management BS (Minnesota State University - Moorhead; metro area and online)
Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; metro area campus and online)
All non-technical AAS, AS, or AA degrees Project Management BS (Minnesota State University - Moorhead; online)
Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; metro area campus and online)
AA to adult undergraduate programs Applied Organizational Studies BS (Minnesota State University-Mankato; metro area campus and online)
Bachelor's degrees (Concordia University; St. Paul campus or online)
Bachelor's degrees (St. Mary's University of Minnesota)
Bachelor's degrees (St. Scholastica; St. Paul campus)
Bachelor’s degrees (Augsburg College; Minneapolis Campus)

Complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum for even more transfer options

The Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) is a 40-credit set of general education courses designed to transfer to any Minnesota State member, the University of MN, plus many private and out-of-state colleges. Transferring still takes planning, but the MnTC makes it easier.

More Pathways to Bachelor's Degree Options

There are many more pathways for pursuing your Bachelor's degree. Century credits and students transfer to many public and private colleges and universities throughout Minnesota and the surrounding states. Examples include:

Make an appointment with a counselor or advisor for planning assistance.