1 Revised ONLINE BACHELOR DEGREE PROGRAMS CSU ONLINE DEGREE PROGRAMS The California State University, the largest and most diverse university system in the country, offers a variety of online degree programs that make higher education accessible. These high quality programs offer you the convenience of attending class anytime from wherever you connect to the Internet. For more information visit the website: CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, CHICO B.A. SOCIOLOGY ONLINE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM For more information visit: or contact Jeff Layne, Director, Chico Distance & Online Education at (530) or LIBERAL STUDIES ONLINE For more information call: Phone: (530) ; Website: For more information on Chico Distance & Online Education degree completion programs please visit CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, DOMINGUEZ HILLS BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN QUALITY ASSURANCE: Minimum admission requirements: complete 60 CSU transferable semester units to include completion of CSU GE pattern and Math 7 with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Other courses required for the major: Biology 21 and 22; Chemistry 11; Math 7, 52; Physics 6, 7 MEASUREMENT SCIENCE OPTION: Minimum admission requirements: complete 60 CSU transferable semester units to include completion of CSU GE pattern and Math 7 with a minimum 2.0 GPA. Other courses required for the major: Biology 21 and 22; Chemistry 11; Math 7, 8, 52; Physics 21 and 22 and 23 For more information: Phone: (310) ; Website: CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST BAY New online degree completion program. Please note this program is provided through Continuing Education. B.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: Accounting 1, 2; Business 5; Economics 1, 2; Math 52, 28 or 7; CIS 1 or pass a proficiency exam. Complete CSU GE pattern. For more information go to: SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY Introducing a new online program that ensures you will complete your B.A. degree in just two years! B.A. GLOBAL STUDIES This online program provides foundational knowledge about the economic, political, social and environmental forces that are transforming our world. Courses are offered in a convenient online format which are accessible 24/7 from anywhere in the world. Admission is open to non-local transfer students from outside Santa Clara and Santa Cruz countries. For more information about this degree visit or contact Mark Reade McKenna, Associate Director, Global Studies (408) , or Dawn Chandler, Program Assistant, Global Studies (408) ,
2 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY ASU students who learn online connect with the full university experience: interaction with internationally recognized faculty, access to collections from ASU's eight award-winning libraries, an alumni network tens of thousands of members strong, and membership in a community of thousands of students pursuing their degrees. And the research demonstrates that students who learn online perform the same - if not better - than a traditional classroom. Take the next step in your education: explore our degree programs, request additional information, or get started on your application today. Visit: ENROLLMENT COUNSELING Phone: 1 (866) ONLINE UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS The Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies teaches students to answer questions, solve problems, and address contemporary topics and social issues from multiple perspectives. BACHELOR OF LIBERAL STUDIES - SCHOOL OF LETTERS AND SCIENCES The B.L.S. program offers students course work from more than two dozen disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. It aims to train students to communicate effectively, to think both creatively and critically, and to work across disciplines. COMMUNICATION (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.S. in Communication program focuses on teaching students how communication processes create, maintain and transform identities, workplaces and communities. CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF PUBLIC PROGRAMS The B.S. in Criminology and Criminal Justice is an exciting option that provides online students with the same dynamic quality of education offered in on-campus courses and a solid background in the field of criminal justice. FAMILY AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.S. in Family and Human Development equips students with specialized knowledge in human development from infancy through the life span, as well as the formation, development and dissolution of families. FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES (B.A.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.A. in Film and Media Studies provides students with the skills to succeed in the entertainment industry, including film, television and new media, as well as local arts organizations. FOOD INDUSTRY MANAGEMENT (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION The B.S. in Food Industry Management prepares students for business careers in the processing, marketing and distribution of food beyond the farm to retail stores, restaurants, and institutions. HEALTH SCIENCES (B.A.S.) - SCHOOL OF NUTRITION AND HEALTH PROMOTION The B.A.S. in Health Sciences is a fully online program, ideal for people in health-related fields who have an Associate of Applied Science degree and want to earn their four-year degree. HISTORY (B.A.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.A. in History is an interdisciplinary degree designed to give students an understanding of the development of human society and the political, social, economic, and cultural dynamics that influence today s complex world. INTERNET AND WEB DEVELOPMENT (B.A.S.).- COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION This B.A.S. program is a flexible, 60-credit-hour degree designed specifically for students who have earned an A.A.S. from a regionally accredited institution. JUSTICE STUDIES (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.S. in Justice Studies is designed for students interested in studying the multiple meanings and manifestations of justice and social change, both locally and globally. NURSING (R.N. TO B.S.N.) (B.S.N.) - COLLEGE OF NURSING AND HEALTH INNOVATION There is huge demand today for highly qualified, well-educated nursing professionals. As an older adult population grows, the complexity and need for evidence-based care delivered by RNs will only increase. OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY (B.A.S.) - COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION A concentration in operations management technology provides the tools needed for success as a manager, including organization, motivation and hiring skills, as well as resource development. ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES (B.I.S.) - SCHOOL OF LETTERS AND SCIENCES The B.I.S. in Organizational Studies is designed for students seeking an interdisciplinary degree and a desire to learn about the dynamics of contemporary organizations. POLITICAL SCIENCE (B.A./B.S.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES A B.A. or B.S. in Political Science equips students with the skills and knowledge to lead within a democratic system of government and in the rapid globalization of political institutions and economies. PSYCHOLOGY (B.A.) - NEW COLLEGE OF INTERDISCIPLINARY ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.A. in Psychology equips students with skills in critical thinking, quantitative and qualitative research, and the ability to interact effectively with groups of people from diverse backgrounds. RELIGIOUS STUDIES (B.A.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.A. of Religious Studies offers a largely customizable curriculum that explores the diversity of the religions of the world within their particular historical, social and cultural contexts.
3 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY continued SOCIOLOGY (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES The B.S. in Sociology is a dynamic degree that studies social life, social change and the social causes and consequences of human behavior. TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION (B.S.) - SCHOOL OF LETTERS AND SCIENCES In the B.S. in Technical Communication program, students learn how to produce, design and manage information, using both traditional and developing technologies. TECHNOLOGICAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND MANAGEMENT (B.S.) - COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION The program delivers a foundation in technology-based innovation with an emphasis on leadership, entrepreneurship and management fundamentals, with a special focus on Project Leadership and Process Innovation and Development. ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS Nonresident transfer students are admitted to an ASU- Online Program if they meet one of the following requirements: Completion of an associate's degree with a 2.0 or higher A (4.0=A). For those students transferring from a California community college, we accept a fully certified IGETC/CSU GE. Students may satisfy ASU lower division general education requirements by completing the IGETC/ CSU GE, including the additional laboratory science requirement. All courses must be satisfied with a "C" or better. Visit: for more information. Individual Review for Admission- Transferring with 24 transferable credits or more. If a student has more than 24 transferable credit hours, nonresidents with above a 2.0 cumulative GPA in transfer hours will be considered for admission. Through this individual review process, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will review all available information about a student s application, carefully considering all aspects of a student s academic background and accomplishments. Submission of an ACT or SAT test score is highly recommended. In some cases, additional information might be requested. ALLIANT INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY B.S. BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Alliant University and Santa Monica College have entered into a 2+2 Transfer Guarantee Agreement (TAG) whereby SMC students that complete any Santa Monica College Business Associate degree with a grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 or higher will be accepted into the Alliant Bachelor of Science program for any business major at the junior level. The student will be required to complete 96 quarter units (24 courses) at Alliant to receive a Bachelor of Science degree. Note: Students are highly encouraged to take Math 26, 28 and 52 at Santa Monica College in order to be better prepared for upper-division work at Alliant. THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK-SCHOOL OF PROFESSIONAL STUDIES B.S. BUSINESS B.S. COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE The CUNY Online Baccalaureate enables students who have already earned at least 30 credits from any accredited college or university to complete their degree online. The Online Baccalaureate offers in-state tuition for all students. For more information or to apply go to or call (212)
4 KAPLAN UNIVERSITY PURPOSE The purpose of this articulation partner agreement (the agreement) is to acknowledge that students of Santa Monica College may transfer to a Kaplan University (KU) degree program following completion of a certificate, diploma, or associate s degree program at Santa Monica College. ELEMENTS To be eligible for application to an advanced start bachelor s program at KU the student enrolling must submit proof of having been awarded an associate s degree from Santa Monica College. Students having completed an associate s degree program (applicable AA, AAS, AS, AOS or specialized associate degrees) consisting of a minimum of 90 quarter credits (or the equivalent of 60 semester credits) will be eligible for a block transfer of up to 90-quarter credits and acceptance into KU s advanced start baccalaureate option. Santa Monica College students must fulfill KU requirements, which entail completion of no less than 25-percent of their program requirements at KU, including a minimum of 50-percent of the major requirements, including the capstone course, at KU. Credit earned through any combination of Transfer Credit, Challenge Credit or Experiential Credit will not exceed 75-percent of total credits required for graduation. TERMS Because of this agreement to articulate, KU will extend professional courtesy discounts to Santa Monica College alumni and employees concomitant with the date of this fully executed document. Santa Monica College alumni and employees will receive a ten (10%) percent discount on their KU tuition. Santa Monica College alumni and employees must inform KU admissions directors about their affiliation to receive their discount; KU will extend to Santa Monica College alumni and employees all of its online certificates, undergraduate, and graduate programs, as and when offered; This Agreement is effective for the KU academic term beginning with the date of the fully executed document, and shall continue until terminated. Both parties must approve amendments to the Agreement in writing. Either party may terminate the Agreement upon 90 days written notice to the other party. Notwithstanding the foregoing, either party may terminate the Agreement immediately in the event that participation under the Agreement may give rise to a violation of any requirement of federal or state law or regulation or the requirements of any accrediting agency having jurisdiction. The Agreement may be executed by either electronic or facsimile transmission in one or more counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original. B.S. BUSINESS: Complete SMC Associate degree in Business Administration to include the following: Business 1, 20 B.S. BUSINESS - MARKETING: Complete SMC Associate degree in Business Administration to include the following: Business 1, 20 B.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Complete SMC Associate degree in Computer Programming to include the following: CS 15, 55 B.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: Complete SMC Associate degree in Computer Science to include: CS 15, 70; CIS 50 B.S. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - WEB MULTIMEDIA AND ANIMATION: Complete SMC Associate degree in Website Software Specialist to include the following: CIS 50, 54; CS 85 B.S. NURSING: Complete SMC Associate degree in Nursing to include the following: Philosophy 10; Math 52; Psychology 1 B.S. PSYCHOLOGY - APPLIED BEHAVIORAL ANALYSIS: Complete SMC Associate degree in Liberal Arts to include the following: Math 52; Psychology 1, 11, 12 B.S. PSYCHOLOGY - CHILD DEVELOPMENT: Complete SMC Associate degree in Early Childhood Education to include the following: Math 52; Psychology 1, 11, 12 For a virtual classroom tour visit This website will explain how the online platform works. For More Information, call: or For additional information about Kaplan University programs visit:
5 NATIONAL UNIVERSITY - LOS ANGELES CAMPUS ENTIRE PROGRAM CAN BE COMPLETED ONLINE. PROGRAM BEGINS MARCH 2011 The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology will prepare you for a number of career options in the private and public sectors as well as provide you with the research and critical thinking skills you ll need to graduate studies. The Bachelor of Arts in Psychology offers a comprehensive introduction to the contemporary discipline in psychology. Graduates of this program are well prepared to seek employment in personnel, vocational counseling, criminal justice, journalism, or entry-level counseling in the context of a county-funded agency or hospital. They are also prepared to seek admission to graduate programs at the master s or doctoral level. B.A. PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE REQUIREMENTS To receive a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology degree, students must complete at least 180 quarter units including the university general education, 76.5 of which must be completed at the upper-division level and 45 of which must be completed in residence at National University. The following courses are specific degree requirements. In the absence of transfer credit, students may need to take additional general electives to satisfy the total units for the degree. Students should refer to the section on undergraduate admission procedures for specific information on admission and evaluation. PREPARATION FOR THE MAJOR - (2 courses; 9 quarter units) MTH 210*, Probability and Statistics (SMC Math 54) PSY 100, Introduction to Psychology *May be used to meet a general education requirements TO BE ELIGIBLE TO ENROLL, STUDENTS MUST: Submit an Undergraduate Application Submit Official Transcripts (if transferring with less than 60 semester units, official high school transcripts will be required) Have a cumulative 2.0 minimum GPA For more information contact Admissions Advisor: Kimberly Pellow, Director of Student Services (310) Brenda Shook, Faculty Advisor (916)
6 REGIS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE S TO BACHELOR S PROGRAMS PURPOSE The purpose of the agreement is to enable SMC students who transfer to Regis with an Associate of Arts to be recognized as having achieved junior status at Regis, and to allow them to transfer additional credits (up to a maximum of 90 semester credit hours) that they have already earned. This approach will allow many students to earn a bachelor s degree by attending the equivalent of three years 1 of instruction at SMC and completing their fourth and final year at Regis. TRANSFER ELEMENTS TREATMENT OF ASSOCIATE S DEGREES AS ADMISSION CRITERIA: Students who earn an Associate of Arts degree will be recognized as having satisfied the first two years of coursework associated with Regis baccalaureate degree programs and will be recognized as having achieved junior status. The Associate of Arts degree is an award that recognize at least two years but less than four years of full-time equivalent college-level work. The degree is general in nature and is not directed to a specific career or technical area. Students graduating from SMC and transferring to Regis as participants in the Associate s to Bachelor s Program are guaranteed the following: Admission to the Undergraduate SPS at Regis (because of program capacity and specialized entry requirements, there are no guarantees of admission to specific Regis Undergraduate degree programs or certificate programs). Acceptance of credit earned at SMC in all programs, including credit by testing and other non traditional mechanisms such as Advanced Placement (AP), American Council on Education (ACE) credits, Dual Enrollment, Early Admissions, and International Baccalaureate. No additional General Education Core requirements, if Regis requirements have been met with SMC programs. Acceptance of all grade forgiveness policies of SMC. TREATMENT OF SMC COURSEWORK FOR STUDENTS WITHOUT AN ASSOCIATE OF ARTS SMC students transferring without an Associate of Arts degree (this would include students that have earned Certificates, and/or Diplomas), will have all SMC Associate degree applicable courses with a grade of "C- or better", accepted for transfer. Twenty four semester hours of skill-based technical course work may be used to satisfy general elective requirements in the Undergraduate degree programs of the SPS. The designation (TOS) is used when recording this credit. REGIS' DEGREE PLAN The Regis degree plan outlines degree completion requirements for each student. The degree plan is a written agreement between the student and the appropriate undergraduate program. It sets forth the academic requirements for the degree. The student and a Regis Academic Advisor sign the degree plan. The degree plan specifies the amount of time during which the requirements for a particular degree must be completed. This period is seven (7) years (84 months) from the date the student is accepted into the Undergraduate Program. During that seven-year period, students may (but are not required to) revise their degree plans to reflect the Regis curricular changes. If the degree plan expires before the student has completed all degree requirements, the student must sign a new degree plan or request an extension to the current degree plan. MAXIMUM AGE OF ASSOCIATE DEGREE There is no expiration date on Associate degree credits earned from a regionally accredited institution of higher education. THE TRANSFER PROCESS Regis SPS will receive transfer credits for all of the course work, up to a maximum of 90 semester hours toward fulfillment of Regis SPS core requirements and toward the Regis degree requirement of 128 semester hours subject to the following provisions: All SMC transfer student applicants must meet the admissions standards as outlined in this MOU (these requirements may differ from those found in other documents and publications). Students that are transferring as part of the Regis Associate s to Bachelor s Program must have a minimum of a 2.0 grade point average as verified by an official transcript from SMC. Students transferring individual courses to Regis separate and apart from the Associate s to Bachelor s Program, must have earned a grade of "C-" or better in the specified course. All students transferring to Regis SPS must have 3 years of work experience (waivers may be requested by a designated advisor from SMC). Students who apply to Regis must satisfy or successfully complete six (6) semester credit hours (9 quarter credit hours) in Religious Studies and six (6) semester credit hours (9 quarter credit hours) of Philosophy, if these courses are not included in the SMC transferable course work to the satisfaction of Regis. SMC students may fulfill the above requirement by (i) taking the courses at SMC prior to transfer, or (ii) taking Religious Studies and Philosophy courses at Regis. A minimum of thirty (30) graded semester hours must be taken through Regis. Credits earned through Portfolio (Prior Learning Assessment) or credits by examination are not included in this 30-hour minimum. For more information: 1 Years are equivalent to approximately semester credit hours.
7 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Courses taken at Santa Monica College: Accounting 1, Accounting I (3) Accounting 2, Accounting II (3) Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3) Business 65, Management Principles (3) Business 5, Business Law (3) Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3) Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has at least 10 semester hours of course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree; the general elective hours below may be applied toward any unfulfilled requirements above 26 hours. Courses taken at Regis: 30 units BA 485, Research Principles and Methods (3) BA 430, Business Finance (3) BA 452, Management of Human Resources (3) BA 454, Organizational Behavior (3) BA 479, Managing Technology for Business Strategies (3) BA 493, Senior Capstone (3) Upper Division Specialization: See Regis Student Guidebook, Page 23 (3) Upper Division Specialization: Specializations offered in E-Commerce, Finance, Human (3) Upper Division Specialization: Resources, Insurance, Management and Marketing (3) Additional Electives taken at Regis: 8 semester hours* Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 128 semester hours BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 18 semester hours* CS 50, C Programming (3) or CS/Math 10, Discrete Structures (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has no course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree. Courses taken at Regis: 42 semester hours; 54 SH if Specialization is chosen CS 208, Computer Science Fundamentals (3) CS 241, Control Structures (3) CS 341, Data Structures (3) CS 445, Database Management (3) CS 455, Management Information Systems (3) CS 425, Systems Analysis and Design (3) CS 432, Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (3) CS 450, Data Networks (3) CS 493, Senior Capstone (3) CS Upper Division Electives: 4 Upper Division CS Courses (12) Optional Area of Specialization: 4 Courses; Specializations available in Computer Networking and E-Security (12) Additional Electives taken at Regis: 4 semester hours if Specialization not chosen; 0 SH with Specialization Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 128 semester hours; 136 SH if Specialization is chosen
8 Revised BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER NETWORKING Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 18 semester hours* CS 50, C Programming (3) or CS/Math 10, Discrete Structures (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has no course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree. Courses taken at Regis: 54 semester hours CS 208, Computer Science Fundamentals (3) CS 241, Control Structures (3) CS 341, Data Structures (3) CN 300, Fundamentals of Computer Networks (3) CN 310, Local Area Networks (3) CN 315, Wide Area Networks (3) CN 320, Network Architecture (3) CS 425, Systems Analysis and Design (3) CS 430, Operating Systems (3) CS 440, Computer Organization and Architecture (3) CS 493, Senior Capstone (3) CS Upper Division Electives: Computer Science Electives - 2 courses (6) Required Area of Specialization: 4 Computer Networking Courses; Specializations available in Advanced Networking & E-Security (12) Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 136 semester hours BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 26 semester hours* CS 50, C Programming (3) CS 17, Assembly Language (3) CS/Math 10, Discrete Structures (3) Math 7, Calculus I (3) Math 8, Calculus II (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has at least 1 semester hour of course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree. Courses taken at Regis: 45 semester hours CS 208, Computer Science Fundamentals (3) CS 241, Control Structures (3) CS 341, Data Structures (3) CS 375, Computation Theory (3) CS 430, Operating Systems (3) CS 432, Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (3) CS 434, Java Programming (3) or CS 436, Object Oriented Programming Using C++ (3) CS 440, Computer Organization and Architecture (3) CS 444, Software Engineering (3) CS 450, Data Networks (3) CS 493, Senior Capstone (3) MT 415, Linear Algebra (3) Computer Science Electives: 2 Upper Division Computer Science Courses (6) Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 135 semester hours
9 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN FINANCE Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 26 semester hours* Accounting 1, Accounting I (3) Accounting 2, Accounting II (3) Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3) Business 65, Management Principles (3) Business 5, Business Law (3) Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3) Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3) ; Religious Studies 51, 52; Philosophy 23; History 53, Religious Studies (6) *This agreement assumes that the student has at least 10 semester hours of course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree; the general elective hours below may be applied toward any unfulfilled requirements above 26 hours. Courses taken at Regis: 30 semester hours BA 485, Research Principles and Methods (3) BA/FIN 433, Money and Banking (3) BA/FIN 435, Fundamentals of Investments (3) BA 493, Senior Capstone (3) BA 430/FIN 400, Business Finance (3) BA 495E, Ethical Decision Making in Business (3) FIN 420, Advanced Business Finance (3) FIN 440, Financial Analysis, Forecasting and Planning (3) FIN 450, Sources of Capital, Capital Markets (3) Upper Division Elective (to meet Regis Residency Requirement): One Upper Division Course in any area (3) Additional Electives taken at Regis: 8 semester hours* Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 128 semester hours BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN MARKETING Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 26 semester hours* Accounting 1, Accounting I (3) Accounting 2, Accounting II (3) Business 20, Principles of Marketing (3) Business 65, Management Principles (3) Business 5, Business Law (3) Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has at least 7 semester hours of course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree; the general elective hours below may be applied toward any unfulfilled requirements above 26 hours. Courses taken at Regis: 30 semester hours BA 485, Research Principles and Methods (3) BA 421, Marketing and Management Policies (3) BA 425, Consumer Behavior (3) BA 429, Advertising and Promotion (3) BA 430, Finance BA 454, Organizational Behavior (3) BA 465, Strategic Management (3) BA 479, Managing Technology for Business Strategies (3) BA 493, Senior Capstone (3) Additional Electives taken at Regis: 8 semester hours* Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 128 semester hours
10 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ASSOCIATE DEGREE - 64 semester units Courses taken at Santa Monica College: 24 semester hours* Business 65, Management Principles (3) Economics 2, Principles of Macroeconomics (3) Economics 1, Principles of Microeconomics (3) *This agreement assumes that the student has no course work from this section completed as part of the Associate degree. Courses taken at Regis: 36 semester hours PA 300, Government Role in Society (3) PA 400, Public Policy (3) BA 485, Research Principles and Methods (3) BA 452, Management of Human Resources (3) BA 454, Organizational Behavior (3) BA 458, Project Management (3) BA 479/CS 480, Managing Technology for Business Strategies (3) BA 493, Senior Capstone (3) PA 410, Public Finance (3) PA 430, Community Influences on Governments (3) PA 450E, Entrepreneurship in Government (3) Additional Electives taken at Regis: 4 semester hours Total hours required to complete a Regis degree: 128 semester hours TUI UNIVERSITY (FORMERLY TOURO UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL) All TUI University (formerly Touro University International) undergraduate courses, including general education (GE), lower-division, and the AA/AS degree 60 credits equivalent, are delivered 100% online, with no campus visit and no residency requirements. Please refer to TUI website at for details on the fully online undergraduate degree programs, and for information on transfer policy at
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