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Associate of Science – Business General Transfer

 

The A.S. – Business General Transfer degree is designed for students planning to transfer credits to a baccalaureate degree program at a four-year institution. This degree plan is not designed for students who plan to transfer the Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas.

 

This degree consists of 60 credit hours, and can be completed in approximately 2 years. Students may also earn a Technical Certificate in General Business by taking specific courses included in this degree plan.

 

Available one hundred percent online

 

NWACC offers classes for this degree at the Bentonville campus, at Washington Country centers, and via Online delivery.

Contact an Advisor about this Degree:

Christy Reynolds

For informational purposes only. Developmental courses may be required before beginning college-level work. Please consult with an advisor before beginning any degree program.

 

 
 Approximate Cost per 3 Credit Hour Class:
 In district $300
 Out-of-District $450
 Contiguous Counties $450
 Out-of-State $600
 International $650
 Includes tuition and fees. Add $43 for an online course.
 Note that some classes are 4 credit hours or have additional fees.
 Financial Aid is available for those who qualify.

 

Courses for this Degree Bentonville
Campus
Washington
County
Online Delivery
English (Choose 2 classes)
ENGL 1013 – Composition I*
ENGL 1013 – Composition I Honors*  
ENGL 1023 – Composition II*
ENGL 1023 – Composition II Honors*  
Fine Arts / Humanities (Choose 2 classes total)
Choose 1 class from this group:
ENGL 2113 – Survey of British Literature I*  
ENGL 2123 – Survey of British Literature II*  
ENGL 2213 – Survey of World Literature I*
ENGL 2213H – Survey of World Literature I [Honors]*  
ENGL 2223 – Survey of World Literature II*
ENGL 2223H – Survey of World Literature II [Honors]*  
ENGL 2313 – Survey of American Literature I*  
ENGL 2323 – Survey of American Literature II*  
Choose 1 class from this group
ARHS 1003 – Art Appreciation
ART 1033 – Introduction to Studio Art  
COMM 1003 – Film Arts* 
DRAM 1003 – Introduction to Theatre* 
Intermediate Level Foreign Language(2003,2013)*Spanish 2003 only 
HUMN 1003 – Exploring the Humanities* 
MUSI 1003 – Music Appreciation 
PHIL 2003 – Introduction to Philosophy
Speech/Communication
COMM 1303 – Public Speaking
Math (Choose 1 class)
*Prerequisite: College Algebra
MATH 2043 – Survey of Calculus*
MATH 2053 – Finite Math*
Natural Science (Choose 2 classes) Bentonville
Campus
Washington
County
Online Delivery
ASTR 2004 – Survey of the Universe*
BIOL 1544 – Principles of Biology I
BIOL 1544H – Principles of Biology I [Honors]*  
BIOL 1014 – General Biology II*  
BIOL 1014H – General Biology II [Honors]*  
BOTY 1614 – Plant Biology  
BOTY 2404 – Survey of Plant Kingdom*  
BOTY 2534 – Environmental Biology  
CHEM 1024 – Basic Chemistry* 
CHEM 1054 – Chemistry in the Modern World 
CHEM 1074 – Fundamentals of Chemistry 
CHEM 1104 – College Chemistry I* 
CHEM 1124 – College Chemistry II* 
GEOL 1114 – General Geology 
GEOL 1134 – Environmental Geology  
MBIO 2014 – General Microbiology* 
PHYS 1024 – Physics and Human Affairs  
PHYS 2014 – College Physics I*  
PHYS 2034 – College Physics II*  
PHYS 2054 – Advanced College Physics I*  
PHYS 2074 – Advanced College Physics II*  
U.S. History or Government (Choose 1 class)
HIST 2003 – History of American People to 1877
HIST 2003H – History of American People - 1877 (Honors)*  
HIST 2013 – History of American People 1877 to Present
HIST 2003H – History of American People 1877 to Present (Honors)*  
PLSC 2003 – American National Government
Other Social Science Course (Choose 1 class) Bentonville
Campus
Washington
County
Online Delivery
ANTH 1023 – Intro to Cultural Anthropology
GEOG 1123 – Human Geography 
SOCI 2013 – General Sociology
SOCI 2033 – Social Problems 
HIST 1003 – Western Civilization to 1650
HIST 1013 – Western Civilization since 1650
Business Core (Must take all)
ACCT 2013 – Principles of Accounting I
ACCT 2023 – Principles of Accounting II*
BLAW 2013 – Legal Environment of Business
BUTR 1033 – Data Analysis* OR
CISQ 2013 – Business Statistics*

 

 
 
CISQ 1103 – Introduction to Computer Information
ECON 2013 – Macroeconomics
ECON 2023 – Microeconomics

ELECTIVES (Choose 2 classes for 6 hours minimum)
Students may count College Algebra for elective credit. Additional recommended credits include General Psychology and/or an Intermediate Foreign Language course.
Students planning to transfer to the Walton College of Business are recommended to take Data Analysis – BUTR 1033.
When selecting courses for this degree, students should consult the NWACC Business Division advisor
and the institution to which they will transfer to make sure that they are taking the correct courses: Christy Reynolds

 

For informational purposes only. Developmental courses may be required before beginning college-level work. Please consult with an advisor before beginning any degree program.

*Prerequisites may be required as specified in the college catalog.