Understanding your evaluation
Taking time to read and understand your transfer credit evaluation will assist you when you are preparing to meet with your academic advisor. We recommend that you take your evaluation to your advisor meeting.
Reading your credit evaluation
College credit is evaluated and grouped by college in chronological order based on the semester(s) you attended each school.
Reviewing your transcript
- Transcript totals
- Attempted and passed hours
- Earned hours
- GPA hours
- Quality points
- Total institution, total transfer and overall GPA
Your transcript information is helpful in determining your registration date. For more information, contact your academic advisor, which is listed through the Student tab in My Missouri State (select Student Profile link).
General education program course codes
General education courses (GEC or GEP) fulfill MSU general education requirements as indicated below, but do not have a specific MSU course equivalency. Refer to the general education requirements to see how the GEC or GEP categories correspond with those requirements.
Some majors and degrees require specific general education courses that the GEC or GEP code may not cover. Therefore, even if you receive GEC or GEP credit, you may still have to take a specific MSU general education course for your major.
GEP was given to students who started at Missouri State University prior to fall 2014 when the new General Education took effect. GEC is given to students starting in fall 2014.