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  • 8620 SPECTRUM CENTER BLVD. SAN DIEGO, CA 92123

    http://www.transfertoashford.com/IDCSI 855.709.7751

    ARTICULATION AGREEMENT WITH COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO Ashford University and College of Southern Idaho have entered into this Articulation Agreement in the spirit of cooperation and to mutually recognize each other as quality institutions of higher learning. The purpose of the Agreement is to enable College of Southern Idaho students who transfer to Ashford University to carry with them the credit they have already earned. The Articulation Agreement provides a structure through which transfer articulation on all levels can be supported. Students may pursue their academic and professional goals through any one of the Bachelor’s degrees offered at Ashford University. College of Southern Idaho graduates with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 entering under the terms of this agreement are guaranteed admission into a Bachelor’s degree program at Ashford University provided they meet all admissions requirements for the degree program. The transfer guides outlined in this Articulation Agreement are applicable to students transferring to Ashford University from College of Southern Idaho during the Catalog year 2013-2014. Under this Agreement, College of Southern Idaho students transferring with an Associate’s degree with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA and recognized as meeting the general education requirement at state universities in Idaho will have fulfilled all lower division General Education requirements at Ashford University. The General Education Capstone course must still be completed at Ashford University. College of Southern Idaho students transferring without an aforementioned degree will have all college-level academic credit (generally, 100-level or higher), and with a grade of “C-” or better, accepted for transfer on a course-by-course basis into the academic categories that are the best fits (e.g., elective, General Education requirement, major course). Students may transfer up to 90 College of Southern Idaho credits. Credits must have been earned with grade of “C-” or better from regionally accredited or selected nationally accredited colleges or universities. Transfer credits will generally be evaluated from each college or university independently. A maximum of 9 credits with a “D” grade are transferable as long as the student’s cumulative overall GPA is 2.0 or above. “D” credits cannot be applied toward the major or toward General Education competencies. Transfer credit may not be granted when it duplicates college credit previously earned. Credit will not be given for the same learning twice. All students must successfully complete a minimum of 30 upper-division credits to graduate. Lower-division courses transferring in to satisfy upper-division courses will not constitute completion of the 30 upper-division credits required for graduation. Graduate-level transfer credits cannot be applied to undergraduate degrees. The online modality at Ashford University places no general age limit on transfer credit from regionally accredited and selected nationally accredited institutions, with possible exceptions in subject areas where there have been significant change. Requirements are specifically noted in degree/major requirements. For more information about the on-time completion rates, the median loan debt of students who completed each program, and other important information, please visit www.ashford.edu/pd.

    http://www.ashford.edu/pd

  • 8620 SPECTRUM CENTER BLVD. SAN DIEGO, CA 92123

    http://www.transfertoashford.com/IDCSI 855.709.7751

    The Articulation Agreement provides a structure through which transfer articulation on all levels can be supported. Students may pursue their academic and professional goals through any one of the Bachelor’s degrees offered at Ashford University.

    BACHELOR OF ARTS (Click for Degree) General Education Requirements Health Informatics

    Accounting Health Marketing and Communication

    Applied Behavioral Science Health and Wellness

    Applied Linguistics History

    Business Administration Homeland Security and Emergency Management

    Business Economics Human Resources Management

    Business Information Systems Instructional Design

    Business Leadership International Business

    Child Development Journalism and Mass Communication

    Cognitive Studies Law Enforcement Administration

    Communication Studies Liberal Arts

    Complementary and Alternative Health Library Science and Media

    Consumer and Family Financial Services Military Studies

    Cultural Anthropology Operations Management and Analysis

    Early Childhood Education Organizational Management

    Early Childhood Education Administration Political Science and Government

    Education and Public Policy Project Management

    Education Studies Psychology

    eMarketing Public Administration

    English Public Relations and Marketing

    English Language Learner Studies Real Estate Studies

    Entrepreneurship Service Management (4 Specializations)

    Environmental Studies Social and Criminal Justice

    Finance Social Science

    Gerontology Sociology

    Health Care Administration Sports and Recreation Management

    Health Care Studies Supply Chain Management

    Health Education

    Health and Human Services

    Sustainable Enterprise Management

  • 8620 SPECTRUM CENTER BLVD. SAN DIEGO, CA 92123

    http://www.transfertoashford.com/IDCSI 855.709.7751

    GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS TRANSFER GUIDE FOR COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO & ASHFORD UNIVERSITY

    CATALOG YEAR 2013-2014

    ASHFORD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO

    INTRODUCTORY COURSE REQUIREMENT REQUIRED CREDITS

    COURSE EQUIVALENT

    Adult Development & Life Assessment 3 Must be taken at Ashford University

    GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED CREDITS

    COURSE EQUIVALENT

    Applied Ethics Competency * 3 PHIL 202

    Communication Competency I * 3 ENGL 101

    Communication Competency II * 3 ENGL 102, 201

    Communication Competency III * 3 BUSA 201 | COMM 101-102, 105, 201

    Information Technology Competency * 3 AGRI 126 | BUSA 215 | CISA 101 | CISS 107, 116-131, 213-222, 233-240 | GEOL 126 CISW 113, 125, 217-225

    Critical Thinking Competency * 3 COMM 209 | PHIL 201

    Mathematical Competency Prerequisite * 3 No course equivalency

    Mathematical Competency * 3 MATH 108-143, 147, 160-176, 230-253, 275-310

    Cultural and Aesthetic Awareness 3 ARTS 101-109, 209-231, 251-275 | DANC 101 | ENGL 126, 291-293 | HUMA 101-102 MUSI 100-102, 108, 201-202, 255 | THEA 101-112, 201-202

    Literature 3 ENGL 126-175, 204-278

    Science 4 BIOL 100, 120-127, 201-209, 221-250 | CHEM 100-112, 253-299 | GEOG 100 GEOL 101-104 | PHYS 100-112, 211-212

    History 3 HIST 101-112, 251

    Diversity Awareness 3 ANTH 102, 238 | ARTS 101-102 | BUSA 256 | COMM 220 | EDUA 244 | NURR 190 ENGL 215, 257-258 | FREN 101-102 | GEOG 102, 200 | HIST 101-102, 251 JAPN 101-102 | PHIL 111 | PORT 101-102 | SIGL 101-102, 201-202, 213-220 SOCY 238, 278 | SPAN 101-102, 201-203

    Social and Personal Awareness Requirement satisfied through the Introductory Course

    Political Science 3 CRIJ 104 | POLS 101-102, 202, 221

    Humanities 3 HUMA 101-102 | PHIL 101-111, 202

    General Education Capstone * 3 Must be taken at Ashford University

    * A minimum grade of “C-” will be required to satisfy

    competencies and competency prerequisites

    TOTAL GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

    52

    CERTAIN MAJOR COURSES MAY SATISFY GENERAL EDUCATION COMPETENCIES OR SUBJECT AREAS.

    PLEASE REFER TO DEGREE PLAN FOR DETAILS.

    Students must have a minimum of 30 upper-division semester credits to meet graduation requirements. Back to Top

    Official transfer credit evaluation takes place once a student is enrolled at Ashford University and all official transcripts have been received. Courses that meet more than one General Education requirement can only be applied to one area. A course cannot apply more than once unless it carries the required credit. One unit computer courses can be combined to fulfill the Information Technology Competency General Education requirement. 

  • 8620 SPECTRUM CENTER BLVD. SAN DIEGO, CA 92123

    http://www.transfertoashford.com/IDCSI 855.709.7751

    BACHELOR OF ARTS IN ACCOUNTING TRANSFER GUIDE FOR COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO & ASHFORD UNIVERSITY

    CATALOG YEAR 2013-2014

    ASHFORD UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN IDAHO

    MAJOR COURSE REQUIREMENTS REQUIRED CREDITS

    COURSE EQUIVALENT

    CGD 218 Visual Literacy in Business 3 Course satisfies Cultural & Aesthetic Awareness General Education Requirement

    ACC 205 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACCT 201

    ACC 206 Principles of Accounting II 3 ACCT 202

    ACC 305 Intermediate Accounting I * 3

    ACC 306 Intermediate Accounting II * 3

    BUS 308 Statistics for Managers 3

    ECO 204 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ECON 202

    BUS 401 Principles of Finance 3

    ACC 310 Cost Accounting I * 3

    ACC 380 Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations * 3

    BUS 311 Business Law I 3 BUSA 265

    ACC 401 Federal Income Taxes I * 3

    ACC 407 Advanced Accounting * 3

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