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Accounting Transfer Information

The following is general list of institutions to which JC degrees and courses will transfer.
For questions or more information visit the Transfer section of Student Services.

Complete Degree

Special transfer degrees are available from JC to the following schools. Take all JC accounting courses through ACC 240 at JC, complete a JC associate degree and then transfer.

Siena Heights University

www.sienaheights.edu/Admissions.aspx
www.sienaheights.edu/Admissions/TransferStudents/TransferEquivalencyGuide.aspx

Spring Arbor University

www.arbor.edu/edu_channeldetail.aspx?id=38754
www.jccmi.edu/studentservices/transfer/equivalencies/SAU.htm

Baker College

www.baker.edu/policies/main.cfm


Courses Only

Transferring to a large public university is more challenging. Take only ACC 231 and ACC 232 at JC. As soon as possible begin the admissions process to the university itself. Then, once admitted to the university, begin a 2nd admissions process to the business school within each university. Two admissions are required. Only ACC 231 and ACC 232 will transfer to these universities. All other ACC courses are to be taken within the university’s business school.

Michigan State University

admissions.msu.edu/
www.transfer.msu.edu/Institution.asp

University Admissions/Transfer, 1-517-353-7857
Broad Business School Admissions, 1-517-355-8377

Western Michigan University

www.wmich.edu/admissions/
https://bssp.cc.wmich.edu/PLS/BPROD/WSHATCE.P_TCEMain

University Admissions/Transfer, 1-269-387-2000
Haworth Business School Admissions, 269-387-2000

Eastern Michigan University

www.emich.edu/admissions/
it.emich.edu/service/online/tranequiv/index.cfm?fuseaction=equivlookup

ask for Admissions, 1-800-GO-TO-EMU

Central Michigan University

www.cmich.edu
www.cmich.edu/Admissions/Transfers.htm

University Admissions Office, 1-888-292-5366

University of Michigan

Note: The University of Michigan Ross School of Business is highly selective and competitive. Approximately 1% of Ross students are transfer students. Note that no JC accounting or business courses transfer for full program credit. Currently, ACC 231 and ACC 232 transfer for general elective department credit at U-M.

www.bus.umich.edu/Admissions/Bba/FAQ/InternationalAndTransfers.htm
www.bus.umich.edu/Academics/Resources/Forms/BBATransferCreditEvalForm.pdf

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