Associate in Business (Transfer)
Many job opportunities require education beyond a two-year degree. Starting with the Associate in Business (Transfer) program provides the flexibility to learn the basics in business related fields, while taking electives that align with a four-year program. Learning from faculty with decades of real-world experience provides a foundation of practical skills that will help you at the next level.
Depending on your path, SC4 has agreements in place with four-year institutions that allow students to transfer a significant number of credits towards a bachelor’s degree – essentially completing year three at SC4 before transferring. Three such programs are in place with Northwood University, Siena Heights University and Walsh College.
More information about transfer agreements.
A complete list of classes for this degree.
Articulation agreements with SC4
Northwood University - BBA
Transfer Articulation Guides for the 3+1 Computer Information Management, Management, and Marketing - Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.).
Requirements of transfer agreement:
- Completion of an associate’s degree from St. Clair County Community College as shown by official transcripts (additional SC4 courses may be required - see advisor).
- Completion of all coursework as shown above. Required coursework, if not completed, must be taken at Northwood University, or completed as transfer credit.
- Minimum B.B.A. degree requirements: 123 semester hours; 31 semester hours must be completed at Northwood University.
- All transfer coursework must be college-level; remedial coursework is not considered college-level.
- Students may incorporate additional minors or majors, but this will involve additional coursework; please see a Northwood University advisor.
Siena Heights University - B.B.A.
A transfer articulation agreement is offered in Accounting, Business Administration, Management, and Marketing - Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.).
Requirements of the transfer agreement:
- The baccalaureate degree requires at least 120 semester hours for completion.
- For the above programs noted, a thirty-three (33) semester hour "residency" must be earned at SHU. Residency is fulfilled through online and/or on-campus courses.
- Thirty (30) semester hours must be earned at the junior/senior level (300/400), where 15 of the 30 semester hours at the 300/400 level must be earned at SHU.
- Students must fulfill all requirements of the SHU academic major and (optional) concentration.
- The cumulative grade point average must be a minimum 2.0 to transfer into the SHU degree program. A minimum 2.50 SHU cumulative grade point average is required to complete any business-related academic major.
- Up to eighty-seven (87) semester hours of credit may be applied to a SHU baccalaureate degree. This includes six (6) credits in developmental classes, four ( 4) credits in physical education classes, CLEP and any prior learning credit earnedwithin the degree at SC4.
- Courses with the grade of C (2.0) and above will transfer to SHU. The grade of aD will transfer provided the course was completed within a conferred degree (e.g., associate degree). A transfer grade of a D cannot apply to fulfill SHU major requirements.
Students must fulfill all SHU liberal arts requirements m1d proficiency requirements in English and math.
Walsh College - B.B.A.
A transfer articulation agreement is offered in Business Administration in Management and Business Administration in Accounting Processes - Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.).
Requirements of the transfer agreement:
- An applicant must successfully complete, with a grade of “C” (2.000) or better
- A minimum of 60 semester credit hours (90 quarter hours) of coursework completed at the 100/1000 level or above.
- A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.000 on a 4.000 scale is required.
- At least 30 semester credit hours of the minimum 60 semester credit hours must be in liberal arts coursework.
- The liberal arts coursework must include:
- One course in English composition or written communication from an accredited United States institution
- One course in intermediate algebra or higher-level mathematics course/placement
"The program is structured to advance the knowledge of students in business, so they're ready to confidently apply what they learn in the real world."