Interested in transferring to a different college within the U of M-Twin Cities campus?

Click on a college to learn more about transfer information and prerequisites, information sessions, contact information, and transfer admission statistics. Click here to learn more about questions to ask when considering a major.

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Carlson School of Management (CSOM)

Fall 2022 Transfer Students

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M.
Applied Admitted Average GPA
309 152 3.69

College of Biological Sciences (CBS)

Transfer Information and Info Sessions

Contact: Natasha Bellefeuille, Academic Advisor, [email protected]

Fall 2022 Transfer Student Data

Please note that the minimum for acceptance into CBS is a cumulative GPA of a 2.0 and a Science GPA of a 2.5 along with additional admissions requirements detailed on our website. It is very likely students will be admitted if they meet all admissions requirements prior to applying.

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M.
Applied Admitted Average GPA Average Science G.P.A.
94 43 3.436 3.198

College of Continuing & Professional Studies (CCAPS)

Transfer Information 

Contact: 

Willie Wong ([email protected]) for questions on CMGT, HSM, and ITI

Jeff Olsen Krengel ([email protected]) for questions on ICP, HWS, and MDS

Fall 2022 Inter-College Transfer (ICT) Acceptance Rate by Major:

Major Acceptance Rate
Construction Management 90.1%
Health Services Management 93.5%
Information Technology Infrastructure 82.8%
Inter-College Program 100%
Multidisciplinary Studies 100%
Health and Wellbeing Sciences 100%

College of Design (CDes)

Transfer Advising Information

Contact: Woody Stulberg, Transfer Admissions Counselor, CDes Student Services, [email protected]

Fall 2022 Transfer Student Data

Average GPA for all ICT admits was 3.35. Please note that the preferred minimum for acceptance into CDes is 2.8.

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M Twin Cities campus:
Major Applications Admitted
Apparel Design 5 4
Pre-Architecture 20 19
Pre-Graphic Design 15 13
Pre-Interior Design 13 11
Landscape Architecture 0 0
Pre-Product Design 9 9
Retail Merchandising 5 5

College of Education & Human Development (CEHD)

Transfer Information

CEHD offers Transfer Information Sessions, drop-in advising, and individual appointments.

Contact: General CEHD Transfer Student Advising & Admissions, [email protected]

Note: In addition to pre-requisite course, credit and GPA requirements, the short answer essay responses are an important part of the admission review process.

Fall 2022 Transfer Students

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M Twin Cities campus:
Major Applications Admitted
Business & Marketing Education* 62 56
Early Childhood 7 6
Elementary Education Foundations 16 16
Family Social Sciences 14 14
Human Resource Development 9 9
Kinesiology* 29 20
Physical Activity and Health Promotions 7 7
Sport Management 11 11
Special Education 0 0
Youth Studies 2 2

*These majors usually fill with applications received by the priority deadline (Oct 1/Feb 1).
Majors that are still open after the priority deadline will accept applications until the major fills or until the final deadline (Dec 1/June 1), whichever comes first.

College of Food, Agriculture, & Natural Resource Sciences (CFANS)

Transfer Information

Contact: Jeff Polski, [email protected]

Fall 2022 Transfer Students

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M.

Strong applicants to CFANS programs will be at or approaching GPA guidelines found here. We encourage you to reach out to the CFANS Transfer Counselor to discuss any questions you might have regarding admissibility to the program of your choice. Please note, the most important aspect of transferring to CFANS is the completion of the required prerequisites for your intended major.

Major Applied Admitted
Agricultural Communication and Marketing 1 1
Agricultural and Food Business Management 2 1
Animal Science 17 14
Applied Economics 17 16
Environmental Sciences, Policy and Management 24 20
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology 13 11
Food Science 3 3
Forest and Natural Resource Management 6 4
Nutrition 19 12
Plant Science 13 10
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems 4 3
Sustainable Systems Management 5 4

College of Liberal Arts (CLA)

Transfer Information

Contact: Carmen Kurdziel, Margaret Rodgers, & Therese Djei, [email protected]

CLA Majors with Additional Application Requirements

Contact: Hubbard School Student Services: [email protected]

Spring 2022 Admissions to the School of Journalism

The following table reflects all students applying from within the U of M, not just transfer students
Applied Admitted Average GPA
184 181 3.4

CLA Majors with Audition or Portfolio Review for Entry

College of Science & Engineering (CSE)

Transfer Information

Transfer Pre-Requisite Course Information

Contact: Dave Finlayson, Transfer Admissions Counselor, [email protected]

Fall 2022 Transfer Students

The following table reflects students transferring from within the U of M.
Applied Admitted Average Tech GPA
193 94 3.25

Professional Health Programs

Dental Hygiene

Program Information

Contact: [email protected]


Mortuary Science

Program Information

Contact: [email protected]


Nursing

Transfer Information

Contact: [email protected]


Medical Laboratory Science

Transfer Information

Contacts: Robin Peterson, Admissions and Academic Advisor, [email protected] 

Design Your Own Major

Inter-College Program

Offered through CCAPS, this option allows you to design a two-area, three-area, or interdisciplinary thematic major across colleges.

Program Information

Contact: Jeff Olsen Krengel ([email protected])

Individualized Degree Program

Offered through CLA, the Bachelor of Individualized Study (BIS) allows you to combine three areas of concentration (one can be outside of CLA) into one major. CLA also offers the Individually Designed Interdepartmental Major (IDIM) which focuses on a unifying theme by combining courses from three or more CLA departments.

Program Information

Information Sessions

Contact: Drop-in Hours