CCBC and MSMU Transfer Agreements
About Mount St. Mary’s UniversityMount St. Mary's University (also known as the Mount) is a dynamic, Catholic, liberal arts university with over 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Established in 1808, the Mount is a private, coed, nonprofit university located in Emmitsburg, Maryland, on a beautiful 1,400-acre, mountain campus. Surrounded by a peaceful mountain campus, students are immersed in rigorous academic offerings, active and exciting social experiences, and enriching spiritual and leadership opportunities that prepare them for meaningful careers and lives bound to make an impact on the world. The Mount offers 40 majors, 38 minors and has an average student: faculty ration of 13:1.
Mount St. Mary’s also offers a satellite campus for adult students in Frederick, Maryland’s second largest city.
Undergraduate programs include:
- Accounting, B.S.
- Business, B.S.
- Criminal Justice, B.A.
- Elementary Education, B.S.
- Human Services, B.S.
General Transfer informationTransfer academic scholarships are available to full-time transfer students and awarded for academic achievement and leadership on an annual basis. Once a student is accepted and offered an academic scholarship, no changes will be made to increase the amount. Learn more»
Transfer PartnershipEducation Discount - Mount St. Mary’s Frederick Campus
|CCBC Degree||Mount St. Mary’s-Frederick Campus Benefit||GPA Requirement|
|Any associates degree
||GPA of a 2.0 or better.
Articulation AgreementEmmitsburg Campus (main campus)
|CCBC Degree||MSMU Degree||Agreement|
|Mathematics, Science Area of Concentration (A.S.)||Applied Mathematics (B.S.)||View agreement|
|Behavioral Health Counseling, Area of Concentration (A.A.S)||Human Services (B.S.)||View agreement|
|Human Services Generalist, Area of Concentration (A.A.S)||Human Services (B.S.)||View agreement|
St. Mary’s will accept up to 75 credits that can be applied to degree requirements from a combination of 2-year institutions, 4-year institutions, and non-direct classroom instruction (including CLEP, AP, and other nationally recognized standardized examination scores). For additional information about credit transfer, please see: MSMU-Catalog.
For non-direct classroom instruction, an appropriate score is determined by Mount St. Mary’s, and student must submit original test scores/results. Articulated High School credits will not transfer. Credit awarded for prior learning (“life experience”) is not recognized by, and is not transferable to, Mount St. Mary’s University.