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A guide to course equivalencies for transferring general education courses within the Maine Community College System.

See how your courses will transfer to the University of Maine System!

See how your courses transfer into specific degree programs in the University of Maine system!

Transferring to UMaine?  Use this worksheet to track your General Education Requirements.  Use the Maine Street Transfer Equivalency Tool to help.

https://peportal.maine.edu/psp/PAPRD89/EMPLOYEE/EMPL/h/?tab=PAPP_GUEST

 

Use this site to discover requirements of UMA majors, minors and certificates.

Check out program requirements of UMF Bachelor Degrees.

Check out the general education requirements at UMF.

Check out the required General Education courses for UMFK Associate Degrees.

Check out the required General Education courses for UMFK Bachelor Degrees.

Check out the courses required of UMFK's degree programs.

All programs and program requirements at UMM.

Choose your UMPI program and see the related degree requirements.

Use this quick and easy guide to see how CMCC courses fit into USM's General Education Core requirements:

  • College Writing (CW)
  • Quantitative Reasoning (QR)
  • Creative Expression (CE)
  • Cultural Interpretation (CI)
  • Science Exploration (SE)
  • Socio-Cultural Analysis (SCA)
  • Diversity (DIV) 
  • International (INT)

Thematic Clusters are a part of USM's General Education Core requirements.  Students have the choice of fulfilling this 9-credit requirement in any ONE of the following ways:

  • Complete a Second/Double Major
  • Complete a Minor
  • Complete a Thematic Cluster
  • Complete a Cluster Alternative - Best option for transfer students