Business & Hospitality
Articulation Agreement: Business Administration

Associate of Arts in Business Administration at Harrisburg Area Community College with
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

Requirements

Students who transfer to Penn College are responsible for meeting all graduation requirements of their chosen degrees, including the established minimums that dictate the number of credits that must be completed at Penn College.

Course Transfer Equivalencies

General Education Courses

These courses are evaluated individually and must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ of better.

HACC Penn College
   
ENGL 101 ENL 111
ENGL 102 ENL 121
SPCH 101 SPC 101
Core A - (Arts) ART 181(D), ART 182(D), or MUSIC 102 Art Elective (3 credit)
Core B – ECON 201 ECO 111
Core B – ECON 202 ECO 112
Core C – MATH 110 MTH 230
Core C – (Science) BIOL 103, PHSC 113, or PHSC 114 Science Elective (3 credit)
Gen. Ed. Transfer Elective (one of the following)
  • ENGL 203, 204, 205
  • HIST 101(D), 102(D), 103, 104, 201, 202
  • PHIL 101, 102, 200(D), 225
Humanities Elective (3 credit)
ACCT 101 ACC 113
ACCT 200 ACC 123
BUSI 201 or BUSI209 MGT 301
CIS 105 CSC 110
Transfer Elective (Major Required) MGMT 201 MGT 115
Transfer Elective (Major Required) MKTG 201 MKT 240
Transfer Elective (Major Required) ENGL 106 MGT 230
Transfer Elective (one of the following)
  • CHEM 100, 101
  • ASTR 103, 104
  • GEOL 101, 102, 201
  • METR 101
  • PHYS 201
Science with a Lab (4 credit)
PE & Wellness – ANY 1 Credit PE/Wellness class FIT (1 credit)

Depending on the major concentration the student will select at Pennsylvania College of Technology, the student may wish to consider taking one of the following courses as a transfer elective

HACC Penn College
   
CIS 135 Banking and Finance
MGMT 204, 206, 226, CIS 135 Management
MKTG 212, 217, 218 Marketing

Articulation Agreement implemented: June 9, 2009

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