To be considered for admission to the Online BA in Business Administration degree-completion
program, students must have completed a minimum of:
- 60* transferable semester units from one or more community colleges or other accredited
institutions (including 30 semester units (45 quarter units) in CSU-approved general education
- A 2.50 cumulative grade point average. Returning CSUF students must have a 2.0 grade
- Good academic standing at the last college or university attended.
- The “Golden Four” general education requirements with a grade of C- or higher two semesters prior to transfer:
- Four* of the seven lower-division business core courses with a grade of C or higher, two of which must be Business Writing and Business Calculus. The lower-division business core courses are:
The required transfer coursework can also be achieved by earning an Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) in Business Administration from a California Community College.
* The degree-completion program is comprised of 54 upper-division semester units (18 courses). CSUF requires a minimum of 120 units to be eligible for graduation. Therefore, to earn the degree, students must transfer 66 units and complete any outstanding lower-division business core courses at another institution. For a complete list of graduation requirements, please consult the University Catalog.
To see if courses from your community college will transfer to Cal State Fullerton,
you can use ASSIST, a database that houses the transfer agreements between all California community
colleges and California public universities. Contact the advising and counseling center
at your college for assistance.
If you are not a California resident, please view the state regulations page to verify your eligibility for enrollment. You may also contact the advising and counseling center at your community college for assistance.
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