Missouri State-West Plains Transfer 2+2 Plans
Transfer 2+2 Plans let you start with the end in mind
Start planning for your transfer to MSU now
Prepare for a seamless transition from associate’s degree to an MSU bachelor’s degree by using a Transfer 2+2 Plan.
Do you already know what your major will be? Check to see if there is a Transfer 2+2 Plan for your major. That will assist in planning your courses each semester. Talk to your community college advisor about how to use this plan to guide your course selection.
Don't see a plan listed for your major? Review general education information and associate degree requirements on your community college website. Contact an MSU major advisors with questions.
Different location, same great university
The West Plains and Springfield campuses of Missouri State University enjoy a special relationship as part of the same university, offering a uniquely smooth transfer experience.
As a West Plains student, you will:
- Get your application fee waived when applying to the Springfield campus.
- Have selected MSU-West Plains scholarships (i.e., Board of Governors, Chancellor’s, and Deans’) offered by the West Plains campus transferred to the Springfield campus if you meet West Plains renewal criteria. Students will receive the Springfield campus value for the corresponding scholarship (Board of Governors, Provost, and Deans’, respectively). These scholarships can be combined with other MSU-Springfield campus scholarships to a combined maximum value of $4,500 per year, as well as with any of the out of state tuition waivers.
Transferring from MSU in West Plains to MSU Outreach in West Plains to earn your bachelor’s degree? Visit off-campus programs for your rotation schedule.
Talk to us. We’ve got resources to help you make the most of the transfer experience.
Find your plan
If you enter Missouri State having completed an Associate of Arts degree or the Missouri 42 credit hour general education block (Core 42), you will have met our general education requirements.
This information is provided as a guide only. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their major-specific MSU transfer advisor early in their education to discuss the most appropriate coursework for their intended MSU major, MSU degree requirements, etc.