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Mount Saint Mary's University



About Mount Saint Mary's University

Mount Saint Mary's University (known as Mount St. Mary's College until January 2015) is a private, independent, Catholic liberal arts college, primarily for women, in Los Angeles, California, United States.

The college was founded in 1925 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, and today has two campuses, which are just over 16 miles (26 km) apart:

  • Chalon in Brentwood
  • Doheny in North University Park, near Downtown Los Angeles

Nearly sixty percent of the entering freshman class are first generation college students. Three quarters of the student body is made up of visible minority students, while women make up nearly 95% of first-year undergraduate students.

Articulation Agreement

Articulation agreements and transfer guides are used to assist students in taking the appropriate courses at the community colleges that will transfer for credit toward a degree at Mount Saint Mary's University.

If you are a prospective student interested in transferring course(s) to Mount Saint Mary’s University, please proceed to the articulation agreements/transfer guides listed below. Prospective Students can also visit Transferology to discover if the course(s) taken at other institutions are transferable to Mount Saint Mary's University. 

The Agreement is Divided Into Three Sections:

Section I - Lists relevant information about LACE- Liberal Arts Core Education (MSMU General Education Requirements). The LACE requirements listed on this agreement include Written Communication, Reasoning: Math & Critical Thinking, Language, and the Central Core: Spirit of the Founders, Community, Global Awareness & Understanding and Women & Gender.   

Section II - Lists lower division courses within all majors offered at the Mount with the exception of Liberal Studies. Liberal Studies majors should refer to Section III.

Section III - Lists lower division courses within the Liberal Studies major, selected by the Education Department for articulation.  Students interested in a Liberal Studies major should disregard Section II

BSN Program students must take the required nutrition course at MSMU.


Associate Degree for Transfer


Campus Websites

Chalon Campus

Doheny Campus

Additional Websites