This page provides students exploring majors at Metropolitan State University with valuable transfer information and resources.
If you are a newly admitted student, please view the required next steps and advising resources on the new student page.
SLC Facts and Points of Pride
- Classes average fewer than 30 students allowing for more personalized attention from faculty.
- Courses are available days, nights and online and taught by faculty with academic expertise and professional leadership experience within the field.
- Over 30 Police Chiefs graduated from Metropolitan State University
The Criminal Justice Program is designed for students who are interested in criminal justice careers and for current practitioners who wish to enhance their knowledge and skills. What can I do with this major?
The law enforcement program is for students interested in law enforcement careers, as well as current peace officers who wish to enhance their knowledge, skills and potential professional advancement. What can I do with this major?
SLC Articulation Agreements and Transfer Resources
Helpful resources for students to prepare early for their transfer to Metropolitan State are listed below. Metropolitan State has Articulation Agreements with many 2-year MnSCU colleges in the Twin Cities. Please see an academic advisor at your current institution for guidance in planning your transfer to Metropolitan State.
- For a list of major courses that commonly transfer and fulfill Metropolitan State University requirements, view our SLC Articulation Agreement Chart.
- Formal list of all Articulation Agreements Listings
- For specific information on course equivalencies, program requirements or how your courses may transfer to another institution, visit Transferology.
Ready to Apply for Admission to Metropolitan State University?
Visit our Admissions website for application deadline and instructions. You may call the Admissions Office directly at 651-793-1302 for additional assistance.
View our FAQs for commonly asked questions by prospective students.