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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 Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology Associate of Applied Science in Medical Specialties Associate of Applied Science in Marketing Associate of Applied Science in Social Work Grand Canyon University Degree Bachelor of Science in Business Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Bachelor of Science in Marketing Bachelor of Science in Sociology 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. Effective XXX 2014, Expires XXX 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 AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting AC201 Introduction to Accounting II ACC-50: Managerial Accounting AC240 Finance AMP-415: Financial Decision Making BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS150 Human Resources Management MGT-44: Human Resources BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BS210 Small Business Management General Elective BS215 Business Statistics BUS-52: Business Statistics BS240 Entrepreneurship ENT-445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs BS260 ecommerce General Elective BS270 Entrepreneurial Financing ENT-420: New Venture Financing BS299 Business Management Practicum 2 General Elective 2 CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 General Elective CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 General Elective CS102 Computer Applications Windows 8/Office 201 General Elective EN101 English Composition 101 ENG-105: English Composition I EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication EN200 Interpersonal Communication General Education: Effective Communication EN220 Technical Writing General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HM101 Introduction to Health Information Technology General Elective HM110 Introduction to Patient Care 2 General Elective 2 HM120 Billing for Insurance Reimbursement General Elective HM125 Billing for Reimbursement General Elective HM140 Medical Terminology General Elective HM160 Medical Office and Records Management General Elective HM165 Electronic Health Records 1 General Elective 1 HM200 Pharmacology General Education: Critical Thinking HM205 Laboratory Techniques General Elective HM210 Health Statistics and Data Analysis General Education: Critical Thinking HM215 Clinical Skills General Elective HM225 Pharmacy Technology 2 General Elective 2 HM20 Health Information Management Systems General Elective HM240 Medical Coding I General Elective HM245 Diagnostic Coding General Elective HM250 Health Information Technology HCA-60: Health Information Technology and Management HM260 Medical Coding II (Volume ) General Elective Applied 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

3 Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide Course Code Grand Canyon University Course Title Course Equivalency HM265 Inpatient Procedural Coding General Elective HM270 Procedural Coding General Elective HM280 Advanced Coding and Billing 2 General Elective 2 HM285 Advanced Coding and Billing for the ICD-10 User 2 General Elective 2 HM290 Law for the Healthcare Professional HLT-05: Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care HM295 HIT Practicum for the ICD-10 User 2 General Elective 2 HM299 HIT Practicum 2 General Elective 2 HR20 Organizational Behavior MGT-420: Organizational Behavior and Management MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK120 Consumer Behavior MKT-45: Buyer and Consumer Behavior MK160 Principles of Advertising MKT-415: Promotion and Advertising MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective MK210 Marketing Strategy MKT-450: Marketing Management MK220 Retail Management General Elective MK240 Merchandise Planning and Control General Elective MK260 Marketing Research MKT-445: Marketing Research and Reporting MK280 Strategic Internet Marketing General Elective MK299 Marketing Practicum 2 General Elective 2 PY110 Workplace Psychology General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, PY120 General Psychology PSY-102: General Psychology PY140 Abnormal Psychology PSY-470: Abnormal Psychology PY240 Introduction to Addiction General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, PY260 Child and Adult Problems General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, PY270 Group Dynamics and Counseling General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, PY280 Behavior Modification PSY-255: Personality Psychology SC10 Health and Wellness General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, SC150 AND Anatomy and Physiology I (1) AND Anatomy and BIO-155/L: Introduction to Anatomy and 4 SC155 Physiology II () Physiology (Lecture& Lab) 4 SC160 Pathology and Disease Processes General Education: Critical Thinking SO101 Principles of Sociology SOC-102: Principles of Sociology SO140 Social Problems SOC-220: Social Problems SO200 Social Welfare General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, SO250 Multicultural Issues General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, SW101 Introduction to Social Work General Education: Global Awareness, Perspectives, SW299 Social Work Practicum 2 General Elective 2 Applied 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

4 Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Business 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 in Business Management Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Management GCU Applied AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting AC240 Finance AMP-415: Financial Decision Making BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS150 Human Resources Management MGT-44: Human Resources BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BS210 Small Business Management General Elective BS240 Entrepreneurship ENT-445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs BS260 ecommerce General Elective BS270 Entrepreneurial Financing ENT-420: New Venture Financing BS299 Business Management Practicum 2 General Elective 2 CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows General Elective 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR ENG-105: English Composition I OR EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HR20 Organizational Behavior MGT-420: Organizational Behavior and Management MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective PY110 Workplace Psychology Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Business Management at 60 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management 60 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Business Management program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Business Management General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 28 credits BUS-52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 MGT-410 Servant Leadership 4 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

5 Bachelor of Science in Business Management ENT-45 Intrapreneurship and Innovation 4 MGT-455 Productions / Operations Management 4 MGT-492 Organizational Change and Development 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 60 Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Management at Grand Canyon University 60 semester credits 60 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

6 Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Business 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 in Business Management Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration GCU Applied AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting AC240 Finance AMP-415: Financial Decision Making BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS150 Human Resources Management MGT-44: Human Resources BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BS210 Small Business Management General Elective BS240 Entrepreneurship ENT-445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs BS260 ecommerce General Elective BS270 Entrepreneurial Financing ENT-420: New Venture Financing BS299 Business Management Practicum 2 General Elective 2 CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR General Elective CS102 Computer Applications Windows 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 ENG-105: English Composition I GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HR20 Organizational Behavior MGT-420: Organizational Behavior and Management MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective PY110 Workplace Psychology Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Business Management at 60 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 60 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 6 credits ACC-50 Managerial Accounting 4 BUS-52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

7 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration ECN-60 Intermediate Economics 4 FIN-450 Intermediate Finance 4 ACC-486 Financial Statement Analysis 4 MGT-455 Productions / Operations Management 4 MKT-450 Marketing Management 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 60 Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Grand Canyon University 60 semester credits 60 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

8 Associate of Applied Science in Business 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 in Business 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 in Business Management Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence GCU Applied AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting AC240 Finance AMP-415: Financial Decision Making BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS150 Human Resources Management MGT-44: Human Resources BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BS210 Small Business Management General Elective BS240 Entrepreneurship ENT-445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs BS260 ecommerce General Elective BS270 Entrepreneurial Financing ENT-420: New Venture Financing BS299 Business Management Practicum 2 General Elective 2 CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR General Elective CS102 Computer Applications Windows 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 ENG-105: English Composition I GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HR20 Organizational Behavior MGT-420: Organizational Behavior and Management MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective PY110 Workplace Psychology Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Business Management at 60 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 52 credits BIT-200 Introduction to Computer Technology West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

9 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence ACC-50 Managerial Accounting 4 BUS-52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 SYM-400 Introduction to Database Structure 4 SYM-405 Business Programming 4 BIT-415 IT Project Management 4 BIT-417 IT Governance 4 BIT-40 Introduction to Business Analytics 4 BIT-45 Advanced Business Analytics 4 BIT-440 Web Analytics 4 BIT-450 Current Topics in IT and Business 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree 0-4 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Business Management Remaining Required at 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 semester credits semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

10 Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies GCU Applied AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting AC201 Introduction to Accounting II ACC-50: Managerial Accounting BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS150 Human Resources Management MGT-44: Human Resources BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business BS210 Small Business Management General Elective BS240 Entrepreneurship ENT-445: Business Planning for Entrepreneurs BS260 ecommerce General Elective BS270 Entrepreneurial Financing ENT-420: New Venture Financing CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows General Elective 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR ENG-105: English Composition I OR EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK120 Consumer Behavior MKT-45: Buyer and Consumer Behavior MK160 Principles of Advertising MKT-415: Promotion and Advertising MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective MK210 Marketing Strategy MKT-450: Marketing Management MK220 Retail Management General Elective MK240 Merchandise Planning and Control General Elective PY110 Workplace Psychology Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Entrepreneurship at 70 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies 70 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

11 Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies Program Major Remaining: 28 credits MGT-420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 BUS-52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 ENT-20 Public Relations and Networking Skills 4 ENT-45 Intrapreneurship and Innovation 4 MGT-455 Productions / Operations Management 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 50 Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Entrepreneurship Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies at Grand Canyon University 70 semester credits 50 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

12 Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology from McKinley College. 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 in Health Information Technology CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR EN110 Business Communications Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration GCU Applied General Elective ENG-105: English Composition I OR General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HM101 Introduction to Health Information General Elective Technology HM125 Billing for Reimbursement General Elective HM140 Medical Terminology General Elective HM160 Medical Office and Records Management General Elective HM165 Electronic Health Records 1 General Elective 1 HM200 Pharmacology General Education: Critical Thinking HM210 Health Statistics and Data Analysis General Education: Critical Thinking HM20 Health Information Management Systems General Elective HM245 Diagnostic Coding General Elective HM250 Health Information Technology HCA-60: Health Information Technology and Management HM265 Inpatient Procedural Coding General Elective HM270 Procedural Coding General Elective HM285 Advanced Coding and Billing for the ICD-10 User 2 General Elective 2 HM290 Law for the Healthcare Professional HLT-05: Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care HM295 HIT Practicum for the ICD-10 User 2 General Elective 2 MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking PY110 Workplace Psychology SC150 Anatomy and Physiology I (1) AND BIO-155/L: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 SC155 Anatomy and Physiology II () (Lecture& Lab) 4 SC160 Pathology and Disease Processes General Education: Critical Thinking Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Health Information Technology at 6 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

13 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 48 credits HLT-205 Health Care Systems and Transcultural Health Care 4 HCA-255 Health Policy and Economic Analysis 4 HCA-240 Health Care Accounting and Billing 4 HLT-02 Spirituality and Christian Values in Health Care and Wellness 4 HCA-450 Quality in Health Care 4 HCA-455 Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Health Care 4 HCA-460 Operations and Risk Management in Health Care 4 HCA-465 Health Care Administration and Management 4 MAT-274 Probability and Statistics 4 HLT-64 Research and Communication Techniques in Health Care and Science 4 HCA-470 Strategic Planning and Implementation in Health Care 4 HLT-494 Professional Capstone Project 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree 0-4 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration at Grand Canyon University 60-6 semester credits semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

14 Associate of Applied Science in Medical Specialties Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Specialties 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 in Medical Specialties Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration GCU Applied CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows General Elective 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR ENG-105: English Composition I OR EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 HM101 Introduction to Health Information Technology General Elective HM110 Introduction to Patient Care 2 General Elective 2 HM125 Billing for Reimbursement General Elective HM140 Medical Terminology General Elective HM160 Medical Office and Records Management General Elective HM165 Electronic Health Records 1 General Elective 1 HM200 Pharmacology General Education: Critical Thinking HM205 Laboratory Techniques General Elective HM215 Clinical Skills General Elective HM225 Pharmacy Technology 2 General Elective 2 HM245 Diagnostic Coding General Elective HM265 Inpatient Procedural Coding General Elective HM270 Procedural Coding General Elective HM285 Advanced Coding and Billing for the ICD-10 User 2 General Elective 2 HM290 Law for the Healthcare Professional HLT-05: Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking PY110 Workplace Psychology SC150 Anatomy and Physiology I (1) AND BIO-155/L: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 SC155 Anatomy and Physiology II () (Lecture& Lab) 4 SC160 Pathology and Disease Processes General Education: Critical Thinking Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Medical Specialties at 62 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

15 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 52 credits HLT-205 Health Care Systems and Transcultural Health Care 4 HCA-255 Health Policy and Economic Analysis 4 HCA-240 Health Care Accounting and Billing 4 HLT-02 Spirituality and Christian Values in Health Care and Wellness 4 HCA-60 Health Information Technology and Management 4 HCA-450 Quality in Health Care 4 HCA-455 Organizational Behavior and Leadership in Health Care 4 HCA-460 Operations and Risk Management in Health Care 4 HCA-465 Health Care Administration and Management 4 MAT-274 Probability and Statistics 4 HLT-64 Research and Communication Techniques in Health Care and Science 4 HCA-470 Strategic Planning and Implementation in Health Care 4 HLT-494 Professional Capstone Project 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree 0-4 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Medical Specialties Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration at Grand Canyon University semester credits semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

16 Associate of Applied Science in Marketing Bachelor of Science in Marketing The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Marketing from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Marketing. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science in Marketing Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Marketing GCU Applied AC101 Introduction to Accounting I ACC-250: Financial Accounting BS100 Business Fundamentals General Elective BS120 Introduction to Management MGT-240: Introduction to Management BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS160 Marketing Principles MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BS200 Business Law BUS-40: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows General Elective 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR ENG-105: English Composition I OR EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication EN220 Technical Writing General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking MK120 Consumer Behavior MKT-45: Buyer and Consumer Behavior MK160 Principles of Advertising MKT-415: Promotion and Advertising MK200 Principles of Sales General Elective MK210 Marketing Strategy MKT-450: Marketing Management MK220 Retail Management General Elective MK240 Merchandise Planning and Control General Elective MK260 Marketing Research MKT-445: Marketing Research and Reporting MK280 Strategic Internet Marketing General Elective MK299 Marketing Practicum 2 General Elective 2 PY110 Workplace Psychology Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Marketing at 6 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Marketing 6 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Marketing program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Marketing General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 24 credits ACC-50 Managerial Accounting 4 MGT-420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 00 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

17 Bachelor of Science in Marketing BUS-52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 MGT-455 Productions / Operations Management 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 57 Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Marketing Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Marketing at Grand Canyon University 6 semester credits 57 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

18 Associate of Applied Science in Social Work Bachelor of Science in Sociology The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Social Work from. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Sociology. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. Associate of Applied Science in Social Work Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Sociology GCU Applied BS140 The Economics of Business 4 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 BS215 Business Statistics BUS-52: Business Statistics CS100 Computer Applications XP/Office 200 OR CS101 Computer Applications Vista/Office 2007 OR CS102 Computer Applications Windows General Elective 8/Office 201 EN101 English Composition 101 OR ENG-105: English Composition I OR EN110 Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication EN200 Interpersonal Communication General Education: Effective Communication GE102 Online Success Strategies 1 General Elective 1 GE200 Career Development Strategies 2 General Elective 2 MH101 Applied Business Math General Education: Critical Thinking PY120 General Psychology PSY-102: General Psychology PY140 Abnormal Psychology PSY-470: Abnormal Psychology PY240 Introduction to Addiction PY260 Child and Adult Problems PY270 Group Dynamics and Counseling PY280 Behavior Modification PSY-255: Personality Psychology SC10 Health and Wellness SC150 Anatomy and Physiology I (1) AND BIO-155/L: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 4 SC155 Anatomy and Physiology II () (Lecture& Lab) 4 SO101 Principles of Sociology SOC-102: Principles of Sociology SO140 Social Problems SOC-220: Social Problems SO200 Social Welfare SO250 Multicultural Issues SW101 Introduction to Social Work SW299 Social Work Practicum 2 General Elective 2 Minimum Number of Required for AAS in Social Work at 64 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Sociology West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

19 The following table outlines the remaining courses required to fulfill the Bachelor of Science in Sociology program requirements at Grand Canyon University. Bachelor of Science in Sociology General Education Remaining: 8-12 credits UNV-10/0* University Success 4 CWV-101/01 Christian Worldview 4 MAT-14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Remaining: 6 credits PSY-225 Human Sexuality 4 PHI-05 Ethical Thinking in the Liberal Arts 4 SOC-15 Cultural Anthropology 4 SOC-20 Marriage and Family 4 SOC-415 American Minority Peoples 4 SOC-400 Social Research and Statistics 4 PSY-69 Social Psychology 4 SOC-417 Sociological Theory 4 SOC-410 Social Inequality and Stratification 4 Elective credits if needed to reach 120 credit minimum for Bachelor s degree 8-12 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 56 Transfer from the Associate of Applied Science in Social Work Remaining Required at Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Sociology at Grand Canyon University 64 semester credits 56 semester credits 120 credits *Traditional campus students who have transferred in a minimum of 24 college level credits and have a.0 GPA or higher can waive the University Foundations course, UNV-0. 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 6 semester credits in upper division (00 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 48 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. Effective XXX West Camelback Road, Phoenix, AZ

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