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1 Appendix A: Articulated Associate Degrees The following table is the list of Articulated Associate Degrees between and Grand Canyon University (GCU). Students who complete a transfer-oriented associate degree (Associate of Arts or Associate of Science) may fulfill Grand Canyon University s General Education requirements. Students without a transfer-oriented degree (Associate of Applied Science) must fulfill the General Education requirements and have a course-by-course evaluation completed. Additional programmatic admission requirements and transfer policy information can be found within the University Policy Handbook. Degree Grand Canyon University Degree Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence Bachelor of Science in Business Management Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting Bachelor of Science in Business Management Associate of Applied Science: Medical Billing and Coding Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Associate of Applied Science : Physical Therapist Assistant Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology Bachelor of Science in Business Administration All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

2 Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide The following table is the assessment of the courses between and Grand Canyon University (GCU). The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. These courses fulfill the competency requirements; however, the courses may not fulfill the credit requirements. To obtain an undergraduate degree at GCU, students are required to meet a minimum of 120 semester credit hours. Course Code Grand Canyon University Course Title Course Equivalency Applied ACNT-1213 Computerized Accounting (QuickBooks) ACNT-1229 Payroll Accounting ACNT-1335 Accounting Ethics & Fraud 3 3 ACNT-1525 Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting 0.5 ACNT-1526 Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting 0.5 ACNT-2202 Capstone 2 General Elective 2 ACNT-2311 Managerial Accounting AP-101 Anatomy & Physiology BIO-201&201L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lecture and Lab AP- 102 Advanced Anatomy and Physiology ATCP- 202 Advanced Techniques and Clinical Practices.5 General Elective Credit.5 BE-107 Business & Ethics 2.5 General Education: Global Awareness 2.5 BIOL-1308 Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab.5 BMAI-1329 Business Mgt. & Accounting Internship 3.5 General Elective 3.5 BMGT- Project Management.5 General Elective BMGT- Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management BMGT- 131 and BUSG Business Ethics and Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 BMGT- Business Administration & Management Internship 3.5 General Elective BMGT- Capstone 2 General Elective BNKG-1356 Analyzing Financial Statements 3 3 BUSG-1303 Personal Finance 3 General Education: Critical thinking 3 BUSG-1311 Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 BUSG-1322 Income Tax Preparation for Small Business 3 3 CL- 101 Clinical I 6.5 General Elective Credit 6.5 CL- 102 Phlebotomy 6.5 General Elective Credit 6.5 CL- 103 ECG/CPR 6.5 General Elective Credit 6.5 ECN-1301 Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 ENGL Composition I 3 ENG-105: English Composition I 3 EP- 101 Employment Preparation 1 General Elective Credit 1 EPSM- 20 Exercise Physiology and Sports Massage 2.5 General Elective Credit 2.5 EP- 101 Employment Preparation 1 General Elective Credit West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

3 Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide Course Code Grand Canyon University Course Title Course Equivalency Applied EX- 105 Externship 3.5 General Elective Credit 3.5 HCCFM Health Claims Forms 5.5 General Elective 5.5 HCEADV Advanced Coding Theory & Practical Job.5 General Elective.5 Application HCEDEN Medical Coding Theory and Practical General Elective Application/Advanced Diagnostic Coding HCEMOA Medical Office Administration/ Introduction to 5 General Elective 5 Health Claims and Medical Billing HCEPRA Advanced Coding with the HCPCS Coding System 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Theory HCEXAM Introduction to Computerized Software and Health.5 General Elective.5 Claims Examining HCICO Introduction to Coding Principles & Theory 5 General Elective 5 HH- 102 Health & Hygiene 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1 HITT Medical Terminology I 3 General Elective Credit 3 HM- 10 Fundamentals of Hemodialysis 5 General Elective Credit 5 HRPO-2301 Human Resource Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 HRPO- Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective HTMTE Medical Terminology/Anatomy and Physiology/ 5 5 Disease Process HYDRO-105 Hydrotherapy 1 General Elective Credit 1 IB- 103 Medical Insurance/Bookkeeping & Billing 5 General Elective Credit 5 IBUS-1300 Logistics Management 3 General Elective 3 IN-108 Internship 2 General Elective 2 INT-101 Internship 1 General Elective Credit 1 INT-102 Advanced Internship 1.5 General Elective Credit 1.5 INT-105 Internship 3.5 General Elective Credit 3.5 ITSC-1209 MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 ITSC-2221 MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 KN- 106 Kinesiology 2.5 General Elective Credit 2.5 MATH- College Algebra 3 MAT-250: College Algebra and Trigonometry MATH- Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences MATH- Statistics 3 MAT-27: Probability and Statistics or BUS-352: Business Statistics MRKG- Principles of Marketing 3 MKT-25: Principles of Marketing MF-102 Medical/Clinical Assistant Fundamentals 5 General Elective Credit 5 MRCCP Medical Record Coder Clinical Practice/ Dental 3 General Elective 3 A&P and Claim Processing MRKG- Advertising 3 MKT-15: Promotion and Advertising MTAP-101 Anatomy & Physiology BIO-155&BIO-155L: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology NPWM- 203 Nutritional Paradigms and Wellness Models 1.5 General Education: Global Awareness West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

4 Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide Course Code Grand Canyon University Course Title Course Equivalency PATH- 10 Pathology Applied PSYC General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 PHYS- 101 College Physics I PHY-111 and PHY-111L: General Physics I Lecture and Lab PTHA- 109 Introduction to Physical Therapy 3 General Elective Credit 3 PTHA-1513 Physical Agents 5 General Elective Credit 5 PTHA Therapeutic Exercise 5 General Elective Credit 5 PTHA Clinical PTA I 2 General Elective Credit 2 PTHA- 235 Rehabilitation Techniques General Elective Credit PTHA Clinical PTA II 3 General Elective Credit 3 PTHA- 231 Management of Neurologic Disorders General Elective Credit PTHA Professional Issues 3 General Elective Credit 3 PTHA Clinical PTA III 5 General Elective Credit 5 SPA-205 Spa Techniques and Industry Practices 3.5 General Elective Credit 3.5 SPCH Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 TM- 103 Therapeutic Massage I.5 General Elective Credit.5 TM-203 Therapeutic Massage II General Elective Credit XR-105 Fundamentals of X Ray 6 General Elective Credit West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

5 Associate of Applied Science: Physical Therapist Assistant Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Physical Therapist Assistant from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science : Physical Therapist Assistant Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care GCU Applied Program Requirements: 70 credits MATH-131: College Algebra 3 MAT-250: College Algebra and Trigonometry 3 PHYS-101: College Physics I PHY-111L & PHY111L: General Physics I HITT-1305: Medical Terminology I 3 Program Elective Credit 3 PTHA-109: Introduction to Physical Therapy Program Elective Credit ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105: English Composition I 3 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 BIOL-201: Anatomy & Physiology I BIO-201: Human Anatomy and Physiology I 3 Lecture BIOL-2102: Anatomy & Physiology II 1 BIO-201L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I 1 Lab PTHA- 1513: Functional Anatomy 5 5 PTHA-1321: Pathophysiology 3 BIO-83: Pathophysiology 3 PTHA-1531: Physical Agents 5 5 PTHA- 2509: Therapeutic Exercise 5 5 PSYC 2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 PTHA-1261: Clinical PTA I 2 2 PTHA-2305: Neurology 3 3 PTHA-235: Rehabilitation Techniques PTHA-1361: Clinical PTA II 3 3 PTHA-231: Management of Neurologic Disorders PTHA-2339: Professional Issues 3 3 PTHA-1561: Clinical PTA III 5 5 Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science : Physical Therapist Assistant at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care 70 6 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 12 credits UNV-10 Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy ENG-106 English Composition II HIS-211 Themes in U.S. History Program Requirement Remaining- 36 credits HLT-307V Professional Dynamics and Allied Health Professionals West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

6 HLT-308V Risk Management and Health Care Regulations 3 HLT-313V Safety, Quality, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Care 3 HLT-362V Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals 3 HLT-32V Transcultural Health Care 3 HLT-310V Spirituality in Health Care 3 HLT-18V Trends and Issues in Health Care 3 HLT-31V Health Care Systems 3 HLT-312V Ethics for Health care Professionals 3 HLT-317V Communication and Application of Research in Practice 3 AMP-50V Leadership and Vocation 3 HLT-90V Professional Capstone Project 3 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 56 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science : Physical Therapist Assistant University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care at Grand Canyon University 6 semester credits 20 semester credits 36 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

7 Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care Program Requirements: credits 5 BIO 201&201L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lecture and Lab GCU Applied AP 101: Anatomy & Physiology/Medical 5 Terminology MF 102: Medical/Clinical Assistant 5 General Elective Credit 5 Fundamentals IB 103: Medical Insurance/Bookkeeping & Billing 5 General Elective Credit 5 CL 101: Clinical I 5 General Elective Credit 5 CL 102: Phlebotomy 5 General Elective Credit 5 CL 103: ECG/CPR 5 General Elective Credit 5 HM 10: Fundamentals of Hemodialysis 5 General Elective Credit 5 XR 105: Fundamentals of X Ray 6 General Elective Credit 6 INT 105: Internship 3.5 General Elective Credit 3.5 Minimum Number of Required for Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care.5.5 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 28 credits ENG-105 English Composition I ENG-106 English Composition II UNV-10 21st Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy PHI st Century Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving MAT-13 Applications of Algebra HIS-221 Themes in U. S. History PSY-100 Psychology in Everyday Life Program Requirement Remaining- 36 credits HLT-307V Professional Dynamics and Allied Health Professionals 3 HLT-308V Risk Management and Health Care Regulations 3 HLT-313V Safety, Quality, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Care 3 HLT-362V Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals 3 HLT-32V Transcultural Health Care 3 HLT-310V Spirituality in Health Care 3 HLT-18V Trends and Issues in Health Care 3 HLT-31V Health Care Systems 3 HLT-312V Ethics for Health care Professionals West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

8 HLT-317V Communication and Application of Research in Practice 3 AMP-50V Leadership and Vocation 3 HLT-90V Professional Capstone Project 3 General Elective Credit 3.5 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 75.5 Transfer Applied From Certificate Medical Clinical Assistant with X-Ray Technology University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University General Elective- Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care at Grand Canyon University.5 semester credits 36 semester credits 36 semester credits 3.5 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

9 Associate of Applied Science: Massage Therapy Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Massage Therapy from Western Technical College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Massage Therapy Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care Program Requirements: 0 credits MT AP-101: Anatomy & Physiology BIO-201&201L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lecture and Lab GCU Applied HH-102:Health & Hygiene 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1 TM-103: Therapeutic Massage I.5 General Elective Credit.5 PATH-10: Pathology HYDRO-105: Hydrotherapy 1 General Elective Credit 1 TM-203: Therapeutic Massage II General Elective Credit KN-106: Kinesiology 2.5 General Elective Credit 2.5 BE-107: Business & Ethics 2.5 General Education: Global Awareness 2.5 INT-101: Internship 1 General Elective Credit 1 INT-102: Advanced Internship 1.5 General Elective Credit 1.5 AP-102: Advanced Anatomy and Physiology ATCP-202: Advanced Techniques & Clinical.5 General Elective Credit.5 Practices NPWM-203: Nutritional Paradigms & Wellness 1.5 General Education: Global Awareness 1.5 Models EPSM-20: Exercise Physiology and & Sports 2.5 General Elective Credit 2.5 Massage EP-101: Employment Preparation 1 General Elective Credit 1 SPA-205: Spa Techniques and Industry Practices 3.5 General Elective Credit 3.5 Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Massage Therapy at Western Technical College Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care 0 0 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 20 credits UNV-10 Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy ENG-105 English Composition I ENG-106 English Composition II MAT-13 Applications of Algebra HIS-211 Themes in U.S. History Program Requirement Remaining- 36 credits HLT-307V Professional Dynamics and Allied Health Professionals West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

10 HLT-308V Risk Management and Health Care Regulations 3 HLT-313V Safety, Quality, and Interdisciplinary Approaches to Care 3 HLT-362V Applied Statistics for Health Care Professionals 3 HLT-32V Transcultural Health Care 3 HLT-310V Spirituality in Health Care 3 HLT-18V Trends and Issues in Health Care 3 HLT-31V Health Care Systems 3 HLT-312V Ethics for Health care Professionals 3 HLT-317V Communication and Application of Research in Practice 3 AMP-50V Leadership and Vocation 3 HLT-90V Professional Capstone Project 3 General Electives Required to Reach Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 80 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Massage Therapy University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University General Elective - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care at Grand Canyon University 0 semester credits 28 semester credits 36 semester credits 16 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

11 Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting Bachelor of Science in Business Management GCU Applied Program Requirements:79.5 credits BMGT-1327: Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management 3 HRPO-2307: Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-131: Business Ethics and BUSG-2317: Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 HRPO-2301: Human Resources Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 ITSC-1209: MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 MATH-132: Mathematics for Business & Social 3 3 Sciences ACNT-1525: Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting 0.5 ITSC-2221: MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105:English Composition I 3 BUSG-1311: Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 ACNT-1526: Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting 0.5 ACNT-1229: Payroll Accounting BNKG-1356: Analyzing Financial Statements 3 3 ACNT-1335: Accounting Ethics & Fraud 3 3 BUSG-1322: Income Tax Preparation for Small 3 3 Business ACNT-1213: Computerized Accounting (QuickBooks) ECNG-1301: Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 ACNT-2311: Managerial Accounting MATH-132: Statistics 3 BUS-352: Business Statistics 3 PSYC-2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 BUSG-1303: Personal Finance 3 3 BIOL-1308: Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab 0.5 ACNT-2202: Capstone 2 General Elective 2 BMAI-1329: Business Mgt. & Accounting 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Internship Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Grand Canyon University West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

12 Course # Bachelor of Science in Business Management University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 12 credits MAT-13 Applications of Algebra ENG-106 English Composition II SOC-100 Everyday Sociology Program Requirement Remaining- 32 credits MKT-25 Principles of Marketing MGT-20 Organizational Behavior and Management MGT-10 Servant Leadership MGT-3 Human Resources ENT-35 Intrapreneurship and Innovation MGT-55 Productions / Operations Management MGT-92 Organizational Change and Development BUS-85 Strategic Management Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 52 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Management at Grand Canyon University 68 semester credits 20 semester credits 32 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

13 Associate of Applied Science: Medical Billing and Coding Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Medical Billing and Coding from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Medical Billing and Coding Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration GCU Applied Program Requirements: 3 credits HTMTE-Medical Terminology/Anatomy and 5 5 Physiology/ Disease Process HCEMOA- Medical Office Administration/ 5 General Elective 5 Introduction to Health Claims and Medical Billing HCICO-Introduction to Coding Principles & 5 General Elective 5 Theory HCCFM-Health Claims Forms 5.5 General Elective 5.5 HCEXAM- Introduction to Computerized.5 General Elective.5 Software and Health Claims Examining HCEPRA-Advanced Coding with the HCPCS 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Coding System Theory HCEDEN-Medical Coding Theory and Practical General Elective Application/Advanced Diagnostic Coding HCEADV-Advanced Coding Theory & Practical.5 General Elective.5 Job Application MRCCP-Medical Record Coder Clinical Practice/ 3 General Elective 3 Dental A&P and Claim Processing EP-101: Employment Preparation 1 General Elective 1 IN-108: Internship 2 General Elective 2 Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Medical Billing and Coding Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration 28 at 3 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 28 credits UNV-10 Century Skills: Communication and Information Literacy ENG-105 English Composition I ENG-106 English Composition II MAT-13 Applications of Algebra PHI st Century Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving HIS-211 Themes in U.S. History PSY-100 Psychology in Everyday Life Program Requirement Remaining- 56 credits HLT-205 Health Care Systems and Transcultural Health Care HCA-255 Health Policy and Economic Analysis HCA-20 Health Care Accounting and Billing 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

14 HLT-305 Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care HLT-302 Spirituality and Christian Values in Health Care and Wellness HCA-360 Health Information Technology and Management HCA-50 Quality in Health Care HCA-55 Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Health Care HCA-60 Operations and Risk Management in Health Care HCA-65 Health Care Administration and Management MAT-27 Probability and Statistics HLT-36 Research and Communication Techniques in Health Care and Science HCA-70 Strategic Planning and Implementation in Health Care HLT-9 Professional Capstone Project Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 92 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science- Health Information Technology University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration at Grand Canyon University 28 semester credits 36 semester credits 56 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

15 Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Accounting. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting GCU Applied Program Requirements:79.5 credits BMGT-1327: Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management 3 HRPO-2307: Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-131: Business Ethics and BUSG-2317: Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 HRPO-2301: Human Resources Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 ITSC-1209: MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 MATH-132: Mathematics for Business & Social 3 3 Sciences ACNT-1525: Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting 0.5 ITSC-2221: MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105:English Composition I 3 BUSG-1311: Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 ACNT-1526: Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting 0.5 ACNT-1229: Payroll Accounting BNKG-1356: Analyzing Financial Statements 3 3 ACNT-1335: Accounting Ethics & Fraud 3 3 BUSG-1322: Income Tax Preparation for Small 3 3 Business ACNT-1213: Computerized Accounting (QuickBooks) ECNG-1301: Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 ACNT-2311: Managerial Accounting MATH-132: Statistics 3 BUS-352: Business Statistics 3 PSYC-2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 BUSG-1303: Personal Finance 3 3 BIOL-1308: Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab 0.5 ACNT-2202: Capstone 2 General Elective 2 BMAI-1329: Business Mgt. & Accounting 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Internship Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Accounting The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Grand Canyon University West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

16 Course # Bachelor of Science in Accounting University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 12 credits MAT-13 Applications of Algebra ENG-106 English Composition II SOC-100 Everyday Sociology Program Requirement Remaining- credits MKT-25 Principles of Marketing MGT-20 Organizational Behavior and Management FIN-350 Fundamentals of Business Finance ACC-370 Intermediate Accounting I ACC-371 Intermediate Accounting II ACC-360 Cost Accounting ACC-60 Taxation ACC-85 Advanced Accounting MGT-55 Production / Operations Management ACC-91 Auditing BUS-85 Strategic Management Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 6 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Business Management and Accounting University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Accounting at Grand Canyon University 56 semester credits 20 semester credits semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

17 Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Management GCU Applied Program Requirements: 79 credits BMGT-1327: Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management 3 HRPO- 2307: Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective 3 BMGT 131: Business Ethics and BUSG- 2317: Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 HRPO-2301: Human Resource Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 ITSC-1209: MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 MATH-132: Mathematics for Business & Social 3 3 Sciences ACNT-1525: Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting.5 ITSC 2221: MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105:English Composition I 3 BUSG-1311: Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 ACNT-1526: Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting.5 ACNT-1229: Payroll Accounting MRKG-1311: Principles of Marketing 3 MKT-25: Principles of Marketing 3 MATH-132: Statistics 3 BUS-352: Business Statistics 3 IBUS-1300: Logistics Management 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-1321: Project Management.5 General Elective.5 ECNG-1301: Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 MRKG-239: Advertising 3 MKT-15: Promotion and Advertising 3 PSYC-2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 BUSG-1303: Personal Finance 3 General Education: Critical thinking 3 BIOL-1308: Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab.5 BMGT-228: Capstone 2 General Elective 2 BMGT-1388: Business Administration & Management Internship 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Business Management University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining- 12 credits 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

18 MAT-13 Applications of Algebra ENG-106 English Composition II HIS-221 Themes in United States History Program Requirement Remaining-32 credits FIN-350 Fundamentals of Business Finance MGT-20 Organizational Behavior and Management MGT-10 Servant Leadership MGT-3 Human Resources ENT-35 Intrapreneurship and Innovation MGT-55 Productions / Operations Management MGT-92 Organizational Change and Development BUS-85 Strategic Management Total Completed at Grand Canyon University Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Management at Grand Canyon University 68 semester credits 20 semester credits 32 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

19 Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence GCU Applied Program Requirements: 79 credits BMGT-1327: Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management 3 HRPO- 2307: Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective 3 BMGT 131: Business Ethics and BUSG- 2317: Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 HRPO-2301: Human Resource Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 ITSC-1209: MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 MATH-132: Mathematics for Business & Social 3 3 Sciences ACNT-1525: Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting 0.5 ITSC 2221: MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105:English Composition I 3 BUSG-1311: Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 ACNT-1526: Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting 0.5 ACNT-1229: Payroll Accounting MRKG-1311: Principles of Marketing 3 MKT-25: Principles of Marketing 3 MATH-132: Statistics 3 BUS-352: Business Statistics 3 IBUS-1300: Logistics Management 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-1321: Project Management.5 General Elective.5 ECNG-1301: Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 MRKG-239: Advertising 3 MKT-15: Promotion and Advertising 3 PSYC-2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 BUSG-1303: Personal Finance 3 3 BIOL-1308: Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab.5 BMGT-228: Capstone 2 General Elective 2 BMGT-1388: Business Administration & 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Management Internship Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence from Grand Canyon University West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

20 Course # Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 12 credits MAT-13 Applications of Algebra ENG-106 English Composition II HIS-221 Themes in United States History Program Requirement Remaining- credits BIT-200 Introduction to Computer Technology FIN-350 Fundamentals of Business Finance SYM-00 Introduction to Database Structure SYM-05 Business Programming BIT-15 IT Project Management BIT-17 IT Governance and Ethics BIT-30 Introduction to Business Analytics BIT-35 Advanced Business Analytics BIT-0 Web Analytics BIT-50 Current Topics in IT and Business BUS-85 Strategic Management Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 6 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence at Grand Canyon University 56 semester credits 20 semester credits semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

21 Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration GCU Applied Program Requirements: 79 credits BMGT-1327: Principles of Management 3 MGT-20: Introduction to Management 3 HRPO- 2307: Organizational Behavior 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-131: Business Ethics and BUSG- 2317: Business Law 6 BUS-30: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business General Education: Global Awareness 2 HRPO-2301: Human Resource Management 3 MGT-3: Human Resources 3 ITSC-1209: MS Office Applications I 2.5 General Elective 2.5 MATH-132: Mathematics for Business & Social 3 3 Sciences ACNT-1525: Accounting Principles I.5 ACC-250: Financial Accounting.5 ITSC-2221: MS Office Applications II 2.5 General Elective 2.5 SPCH-1315: Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3 ENGL-1301: Composition I 3 ENG-105:English Composition I 3 BUSG-1311: Entrepreneurship 3 General Elective 3 ACNT-1526: Accounting Principles II.5 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting.5 ACNT-1229: Payroll Accounting MRKG-1311: Principles of Marketing 3 MKT-25: Principles of Marketing 3 MATH-132: Statistics 3 MAT-27: Probability and Statistics 3 IBUS-1300: Logistics Management 3 General Elective 3 BMGT-1321: Project Management.5 General Elective.5 ECNG-1301: Economics 3 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 3 MRKG-239: Advertising 3 MKT-15: Promotion and Advertising 3 PSYC-2301: General Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 BUSG-1303: Personal Finance 3 General Education: Critical thinking 3 BIOL-1308: Biology.5 BIO-100&BIO-100L: Biology Concepts Lecture and Lab.5 BMGT-228: Capstone 2 General Elective 2 BMGT-1388: Business Administration & Management Internship 3.5 General Elective 3.5 Minimum Number of Required for Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management at Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 6 79 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University. Course # Bachelor of Science in Business Administration University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV- 103 University Success CWV- 101/301 Christian Worldview Program Major Requirement Remaining 12 credits 3300 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

22 MAT-13 Applications of Algebra ENG-106 English Composition II HIS-221 Themes in United States History Program Requirement Remaining- 36 credits MGT-20 Organizational Behavior and Management BUS-352 Business Statistics FIN-350 Fundamentals of Business Finance ECN-360 Intermediate Economics FIN-50 Intermediate Finance ACC-86 Financial Statement Analysis MGT-55 Productions / Operations Management MKT-50 Marketing Management BUS-85 Strategic Management Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 56 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science: Business Administration and Management University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Grand Canyon University 6 semester credits 20 semester credits 36 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 2 college level credits and have a 3.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV For additional graduation requirements, please see the University Policy Handbook. To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University (GCU), a student must earn a minimum of 36 semester credits in upper division (300 or above) courses. A minimum of 120 credits are required for completion of this program of study. If taking one course at a time, this program will take on average 8 months at GCU. Students with transfer credit that applies to this program will shorten the time to completion from that stated on this transfer guide. Please contact your Academic Advisor for more information. All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University s enrollment application and the University Policy Handbook West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

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