Course Transfer Policy
Transferring courses from other institutions:
The final authority for approval of a transfer course lies with the Office of the Registrar. Work taken to complete common curriculum requirements requires prior consultation with and approval of the Registrar's Office. Work taken to complete major requirements requires prior consultation and approval of the department chair.
However, that decision is generally made in consultation with the appropriate department or program.
In order to decide whether or not to recommend that a course be accepted for transfer from another institution as equivalent to a CSB/SJU mathematics course, the department uses the following considerations:
· Does the transfer course have the same or similar prerequisites as the CSB/SJU course?
· Has the student met those prerequisites?
· Does the transfer course have the same or similar content as the CSB/SJU course?
· Does the transfer course use a textbook which is at the same level as the CSB/SJU course?
· If the transfer course is intended to meet the common curriculum requirement, does it meet the common curriculum learning goals for mathematics, which are listed below:
1. Students will apply mathematical techniques to solve problems in a specific area of mathematics.
2. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the mathematical principles which underlie the techniques they use.
3. Students will demonstrate an understanding of mathematical concepts in a specific area of mathematics.
4. Students will model problems from other disciplines or everyday life by applying mathematical techniques.
Online and distance learning courses:
Because the department strongly believes that classroom discussion and direct interaction among faculty and students is the best context for achieving these learning goals, we discourage online courses. However we also understand that sometimes that is the only feasible option. In those cases, however, we will not recommend acceptance of the course unless all required examinations and quizzes are taken offline and are proctored.
Procedure:
If you wish to transfer a mathematics course from another institution to CSB/SJU, please
1) Contact the Mathematics Department Chair well in advance of registering for the course
2) Be prepared to provide the chair with the following information about this course: institution, course description, text to be used and chapters covered in that text.
Note that some courses have already been approved for transfer as Math 124. They are listed below. The list will be updated from time to time.
School 
Course No. 
Course Title 
Anoka Ramsey CC 
MATH 2230 
Introductory Statistics 
Century CC 
MATH 1025 
Statistics 
Houston Community College 
MATH 1342 
Statistics (3) 
Inver Hills CC 
MATH 1103 
Introduction to Statistics 
Lonestar Community College 
MATH 1342 
Statistics 
Mankato State 
STAT 354 
Elementary Statistics 
St. Cloud State 
Stat 219 or 229 

University of MN Crookston 
MATH 1150 
Elementary Statistics (3) 
University of WI Milwaukee 
MTHSTAT 215 
Elementary Statistical Analysis (3) 
Winona State 
STAT 110 
Fundamentals of Statistics 