Transfer Student Program
This program is an excellent chance for transfer students to complete their higher education with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Business Administration or with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the College of Business. The objective of the program is to provide transfer students with a detailed plan for entering into our business degree programs, easing the process, and ultimately receiving their Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from one of the oldest and premier aviation education institutions in the world.
Students entering the College of Business with an associate degree from a regionally accredited institution may transfer credits towards either of the business degree programs as outlined below. Admissions requirements for transfer applicants apply and transfer courses are evaluated on a course by course basis.
Associate Degree Required Courses Listed below are the required course competencies that will transfer into the Bachelor of Science degree in Aviation Business Administration or the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration.
Communication Theory and Skills (9 Credits)
- English Composition and Literature with a major writing component
- Technical Report Writing or Business Communications
Lower Level Social Sciences* (6 Credits)
* If a student has taken an economics survey course, transfer credit for the survey course is normally given for macroeconomics.
Lower Level Humanities (3 credits)
- Humanities course must have a writing component.
Physical/Life Sciences (6 credits)
- One science course must have a laboratory component.
Mathematics (6 credits)
- College Algebra-Trigonometry
- Quantitative Methods
Computer Science (3 credits)
- Computer Based Systems (Microsoft Office skills are required.)
Other Courses (15 credits)
- Principles of Management
- Financial Accounting
- Business Law
Open Elective Courses
The College of Business welcomes any transfer student that has previous college credit or military credit after graduating from high school. Students wishing to transfer into the aforementioned business degree programs that do not have an associate degree as outlined above have the opportunity to have their completed courses evaluated for transfer credit. It is our goal that students are not required to take duplicate courses for which they have previously received credit. Course substitutions may be available. It is the responsibility of the student to provide the necessary documents for course evaluation.
For more information, please contact University Admissions.