Course Equivalency & Transfer Programs

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The following course equivalency guides and articulation agreements are meant to serve as a guide for DMACC students in preparation for transfer from DMACC to another academic institution. However, these agreements are not intended to serve as a replacement for contact with a representative of that four-year college.

Admission requirements, degree requirements, and course equivalencies vary by college and can change at either the community college or the four-year college. Therefore, it is important for transfer students to remain in contact with the four-year college for the most current and accurate information that will impact transfer to that institution.

*DMACC counselors and advisors understand the importance of accurate transfer information and try to provide the most current information available. However, DMACC employees are not representatives of the four-year college and therefore cannot provide all information relevant to transfer to a particular institution.

College/University Course Equivalency Guides, Transfer Plans and Contact Information

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Transfer In Iowa Website

Transferring from one college to the next can be a big step, but it doesn't have to be complicated. TransferInIowa.org was designed to assist in your educational planning. Iowa's three Regent universities and fifteen community colleges have joined to create this Web site dedicated to a seamless transfer experience. Learn about admission requirements and how your Iowa community college credit will apply toward a degree at:

  • Iowa State University
  • The University of Iowa
  • University of Northern Iowa