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Mayville State University

Western has an agreement with Mayville State University (MSU) whereby a WWCC graduate with an A.S., A.A., or A.A.S. can transfer those courses and complete a Bachelors degree via distance in a number of areas.  Please refer to their website to see all of the possible online/distance degree options.  Depending on the credits being transferred in and depending on the degree option, students will need to earn at least 120 semester credits total to graduate from MSU.  A transfer evaluation will be performed to determine the necessary credits needed from MSU to earn the “applied for” degree.  Students could continue to take general education requirements through WWCC, while earning a bachelor’s degree from MSU.  Even without an articulated agreement, there are many other programs to transfer into at MSU.  Please contact Connie Kaldor ( for further information.


View Mayville State University Transfer Agreement information with WWCC

Articulated Programs to Western (WWCC) students include: Early Childhood BA and

General Education

Mayville State University Contact: Connie Kaldor, 701-788-4721



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