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Associate of Arts in Business to Bachelor of Arts in Economics Liberal Arts Concentration

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Prescribed transfer pathway based upon requirements in the 2020-2021 catalogs of Salt Lake Community College and Westminster College.

Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
SLCC Year 1 ENGL 1010: Intro to Writing (EN) 3 ACCT 2600: Survey of Accounting 3
MATH 1050: College Algebra (QL) 4 ENGL 2010: Intermediate Writing (EN) 3
ECON 1740: Economic History of U.S. (AI) 3 BUS 1050: Foundations of Business  3
MGMT 2950: Business Leaders Forum 1 Physical Science (PS) 3
Life Science (LS) 3 International & Global (IG) 3
14 15
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
SLCC Year 2 CSIS 2010: Business Computer Proficiency 3 MGT 2040: Business Statistics  4
ECON 2010: Principles of Microeconomics 3 LANG 1010: Foreign Language I 5
Humanities (HU) 3 ECON 2020: Principles of Macroeconomics (SS) 3
Fine Arts (FA) 3 BUS 2200: Business Communication (CM) 3
Business Elective 3 Lifelong Wellness (LW) 1
15 16
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
WC Year 3 ECON 311: History Economic Thought 4 ECON 318: MIcroeconomic Theory 4
ECON 317: Macroeconomic Theory 4 LANG 220: Language III 4
Engaging the World 4 Economics elective 4
LANG 111: Language II 4 Liberal Arts elective 4
16 16
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
WC Year 4 ECON 499: Econometrics 4 ECON 485: Senior Seminar in Economics 3
Economics Elective 4 BUSI 440: Internship 3
Economics Elective 4 Economics Elective 3
Economics Elective 4 Economics Elective 3
-   Economics Elective 3
16 15

 

 
Salt Lake Community College Credits 61
Westminster Credits 63
Total Hours 124

 

Requirement Description Credit Hours Prerequisites
Liberal Arts Concentration Option 20  

a) a declared academic minor from the School of Arts and Sciences (a Business Minor is not eligible for this requirement) or

b) Twelve credit hours of a single world language and an additional eight hours of liberal arts courses or

c) Eight credit hours of a single world language and an additional eight hours of liberal arts courses and either 
                            1) 4 credit hours of a May Term Study Experience or
                            2) 4 credits of an international study tour transferred from an accredited college or university

* option B is mapped above