This Guide is intended to assist students who plan to transfer to St. Ambrose University and pursue a degree in Business. Use this guide with an EICC A.A. Graduation Worksheet to select your courses. Click to read about the Managerial Studies Program
Note: This document was accurate on the date it was prepared but may not reflect subsequent changes by SAU or the colleges of EICC. For this reason this document should be used as a guide only and should not replace consultation with your community college advisor or SAU advisor.
Transfer: Students who transfer to St. Ambrose with an A.A. or A.S. degree from a college of EICCD will be admitted to SAU with junior status. Students who do not complete an associate degree prior to transfer will have their courses reviewed and accepted on a course-by-course basis.
Click here for Course Equivalencies. SAU requires a minimum grade of C in English Composition II, speech and math courses.
Foreign Language: SAU's foreign language requirement can be met by three years of study of the same foreign language in high school or by demonstrating competency through the second semester of a foreign language at the college level (complete 2 semesters of the same foreign language). American Sign Language may fulfill this requirement.
Courses to select from AA general education degree categories:
Humanities: PHI:101, PHI:105 OR PHI:110
Social Sciences: ECN:120
|Courses which will fulfill business core course requirements at SAU:|
|ECN:130||Microeconomics (=SAU ECON:202)||3|
|ACC:142||Financial Accounting (=SAU ACCT:201)||3|
|ACC:146||Managerial Accounting (=SAU ACCT:202)||3|
|BUS:185 or BUS:186||Business Law I or II (= SAU BUS:201)||6|
|FIN:130||Principles of Finance (=SAU FNCE 300*)||3|
|MAT:156||Statistics (=SAU STBE 137*)||3|
|MGT:101||Principles of Management (=SAU MGMT:310A*)||3|
|MKT:110||Principles of Marketing (= SAU MKTG 209)||3|
*Will not count toward upper division credit at SAU or Writing Intensive
SAU Contact Person:
Brandi Ahlers, Admissions Transfer Counselor
Updated November 2014