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Associate In Business--Direct Transfer Agreement (AB-DTA) Degree for Transfer to WSU ONLINE B.A. in Business Administration

The following is for business students who intend to transfer specifically to the Washington State University Online Degree Programs under Bellevue College's online business degree program requirements.

Degree Planning at Bellevue College

BASIC REQUIREMENTS AT BELLEVUE COLLEGE
If you are pursuing this degree only on campus or through a mix of on-campus and distance courses, comprehensive information about the Associates in Business Direct Transfer Agreement/Major Related Program (AB-DTA-MRP) is available at http://bellevuecollege.edu/programs/degrees/transfer/ab/. If you intend to pursue this degree only online, the table below provides information about the distance credit course requirements that transfer to Washington State University's B.A. degree in Business Administration..

BELLEVUE COLLEGE GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
View Bellevue College's General Education Requirements and Guide


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Liz Anderson
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The AB-Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) worksheet (PDF)
includes all specific degree and course requirement information for Bellevue College. If you plan to complete your degree entirely with online courses, the following are ones that fulfill graduation requirements. All Bellevue College degrees can also include a combination of on-campus and online academic credit courses.

AB-DTA-MRP Distance Course Requirements for Transfer to the WSU Online B. A. In Business Online Program

Written Communication Skills: students must complete 10 credits from at least two of the following composition courses.

  • ENGL& 101 English Composition I (previously ENGL 101* Written Expression; prerequisite for all 200-level English composition classes)
  • ENGL 201 The Research Paper (same course formerly numbered ENGL 102)
  • ENGL& 235 Technical Writing (previously ENGL 270 Professional Report Writing)
  • ENGL 271 Expository Writing
  • ENGL 272 Expository Writing

*Note:Entering students must take an assessment test to place in English 101. Online developmental courses are available, if needed. See above for information concerning placement exam.

Quantitative Skills: students must complete the 5-credit course below. (Students may not take this course on a Pass/Fail basis.)

  • MATH 138 College Algebra for Business and Social Science  (previously MATH 156 College Algebra for Business and Social Science; prerequisite for Math& 148,previously Math 157, and also for BA 240).

*Note: See the AB-Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) worksheet (PDF) for other Specifics Or Requirements that must be met to fulfill all Quantitative Skills Requirements for your degree.

Humanities: students must complete 15-20 credits, in THREE distinct disciplines, from among the following courses.

  • AMST 101 Introduction to American Myth:  Baseball
  • AMST 102 Introduction to American Culture (2 credits)
  •  AMST 180 American Life & Culture (same as ANTH 180)
  •  AMST 260 Economic Development of US (same as ECON 260)
  • AMST 286 Popular Literature: Mystery & Detective Fiction
    (same as ENGL 221 Pop Lit: Mystery & Detective Fiction)
  • AMST 286 Popular Culture:  History of Film (same as CMST 120 previously  COMM 120)
  • AMST 287 American Heroes
  • AMST 288 Frontiers - Land & Space
  • CHIN& 121 Chinese I (previously CHIN 101 Beginning First-Year Chinese; only one single World Language for a maximum of 5 credits allowed in Humanities)
  • CHIN& 122 Chinese II (previously CHIN 102 Intermediate First-Year Chinese; only one single World Language for a maximum of 5 credits allowed in Humanities)
  • CHIN& 123 Chinese III (previously CHIN 103 Advanced First-Year Chinese; only one single World Language for a maximum of 5 credits allowed in Humanities)
  • CMST 131 Exploring the Digital Future (previously COMM 101 Exploring the Digital Future)
  • CMST 132 Techniques and Technology of Persuasion (previously COMM 102 Techniques and Technology of Persuasion)
  • CMST 133 Media & Messages (previously COMM 103 Media & Messages)
  • CMST 202 Survey of Speech Communication (previously SPCH 202 Survey of Speech Communication)
  • CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communication (previously SPCH 200 Interpersonal Communication)
  • DRMA& 101 Introduction to Theatre (previously DRAMA 101 Introduction to the Theater)
  • DRMA 224 Great Plays (previously DRAMA 224 Great Plays)
  • ENGL& 112 Introduction to Fiction (previously ENGL 112 Reading Fiction)
  • ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature  (previously ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature I)
  • ENGL 131 Introduction to Literature
  • ENGL 215 Folklore: Myth, Folktale & Legend
  • ENGL 221 Popular Literature: Mystery & Detective Fiction
    (same as AMST 286 Pop Lit: Mystery & Detective Fiction)
  • ENGL 221 Popular Literature: Science Fiction
  • ENGL& 224 Shakespeare I (previously ENGL 231 Introduction to Shakespeare I)
  • ENGL& 225 Shakespeare II (previously ENGL 232 Introduction to Shakespeare II)
  • ENGL& 244 American Literature I (previously ENGL 267 American Literature: Beginnings Through Civil War)
  • ENGL& 245 American Literature II (previously ENGL 268 American Literature: Civil War to End of WWI)
  • ENGL& 246 American Literature III (previously ENGL 269 American Literature: End of W W I to Present)
  • ENGL 263 British Literature: Middle Ages & Renaissance
  • ENGL 279 King Arthur, the Round Table & the Grail
  • HIST 101 History of Civilization: Cultural Traditions
  • HIST 102 History of Civilization: Middle Ages
  • HIST 103 History of Civilization: The Contemporary World
  • HIST 120 Global History (same as INTST 204; online with DVD’s)
  • HIST& 146 US History I (previously HIST 201 US History: Discovery to Independence)
  • HIST& 147 US History II (previously HIST 202 US History: First Century of Independence)
  • HIST& 148 US History III (previously HIST 203 US History: US in the Global Age)
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History (previously HIST 264 Washington & the Pacific Northwest; a Telecourse)
  • HIST 242 The Age of Exploration (online with videotapes)
  • HIST 245 US in World Affairs: 1898 to Present
  • HIST 261 The Middle East in the Islamic Era
  • HIST 280 History of Africa  (Same as INTST 280)
  • MUSC& 105 Music Appreciation (previously MUSIC 108 Listening to Music)
  • MUSC 107 Fundamentals of Music (previously MUSIC 107 Fundamentals of Music)
  • MUSC 115 History of Jazz (previously MUSIC 115 History of Jazz)
  • MUSC 116 History of Rock and Roll (previously MUSIC 116 History of Rock and Roll)
  • PHIL& 101 Introduction to Philosophy (previously PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy)
  • PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems
  • PHIL 115 Critical Reasoning
  • PHIL 248 Ethics in Criminal Justice (same as CJ 248, previously ADMCJ 248)
  • PHIL 265 Biomedical Ethics 

Social Science: Students must complete 20 credits, in THREE distinct disciplines, as follows:

The following two Economics courses are required.

  • ECON& 201 Microeconomics (previously ECON 201 Introduction to Economics: Microeconomics)
  • ECON& 202 Macroeconomics (previously ECON 200 Introduction to Economics: Macroeconomics)

From the following, students must complete two courses from two separate disciplines.

  • AMST 101 – Introduction to American Myth:  Baseball
  • AMST 102 Introduction to American Culture (2 credits)
  • AMST 150 – Introduction to Mass Media (same as CMST& 102 Introduction to Mass Media; previously COMM 150)
  • AMST 180 American Life & Culture (same as ANTH 180)
  • AMST 260 Economic Development of US (same as ECON 260)
  • AMST 287 American Heroes
  • AMST 288 Frontiers - Land & Space
  • ANTH& 100 Survey of Anthropology (previously ANTH 100 Introduction to Anthropology)
  • ANTH 180 American Life & Culture (same as AMST 180)
  • ANTH& 204 Archaeology (previously ANTH 205 Introduction to Archeology) 
  • ANTH& 206 Cultural Anthropology (previously ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology)
  • ANTH& 234 Comparative Religion (previously ANTH 203 Comparative Religion; same as INTST 234, previously INTST 203)
  • BUS& 101 Introduction to Business
    (Previously GBUS 101 Introduction to Business)
  • CMST& 102 Introduction to Mass Media (previously COMM 150 Intro to Mass Media)
  • CMST& 230 Small Group Communication (previously SPEECH 225 Small Group Communication)
  • GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography
  • GEOG 200 Introduction to Human Cultural Geography
  • GEOG 258 Understanding Our World Through Maps
  • GEOG 277 Geography of Cities
  • HIST 101 History of Civilization: Cultural Traditions
  • HIST 102 History of Civilization: Middle Ages
  • HIST 103 History of Civilization: The Contemporary World
  • HIST 120 Global History (same as INTST 204; online with DVD’s)
  • HIST& 146 US History I (previously HIST 201 US History: Discovery to Independence)
  • HIST& 147 US History II (previously HIST 202 US History: First Century of Independence)
  • HIST& 148 US History III (previously HIST 203 US History: US in the Global Age)
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History (previously HIST 264 Washington & the Pacific Northwest; a Telecourse)
  • HIST 245 US in World Affairs: 1898 to Present
  • HIST 261 Middle East in the Islamic Era
  • HIST 280 History of Africa  (same as INTST 280)
  • INTST 204 Global History (same as HIST 120)
  • INTST 234 (previously INTST 203 Comparative Religion; same as ANTH& 234, previously ANTH 203)
  • INTST 261 The Middle East in the Islamic Era (same as HIST 261)
  • INTST 280 History of Africa (same as HIST 280)
  • PHIL 102 Contemporary Moral Problems
  • PHIL 248 Ethics in Criminal Justice (same as CJ 248, previously ADMCJ 248)
  • POLS& 101 Introduction to Political Science (previously POLSC 101 Introduction to Politics)
  • POLS& 202 American Government (previously POLSC 102 American Government & Politics)
  • POLSC& 203 International Relations (previously POLSC 103 International Relations)
  • PSYC& 100 General Psychology (previously PSYCH 100 Introduction to Psychology)
  • PSYC& 200 Lifespan Psychology (previously PSCYH 204 General Developmental Psychology)
  • PSYC& 220 Abnormal Psychology (previously PSYCH 200 Abnormal Psychology)
  • PSYC 240 Social Psychology  (previously PSYCH 240 Social Psychology; same as SOC 240)
  • SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology (previously SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology)
  • SOC& 201 Social Problems (previously SOC 170 Social Problems of Contemporary Society)
  • SOC 240 Social Psychology (same as PSYC 240, previously PSYCH 240)

Natural Science: Students must complete 16 credits, in THREE distinct disciplines, including one Math class and one Lab Science class, as follows.
The following math course is required.

  • MATH& 148 Business Calculus (previously MATH 157 Elements of Calculus)

From the following, students must complete one course. This requirement can also be met by completing an additional lab science class.

  • ANTH& 205 Physical Anthropology (previously ANTH 201 Physical Anthropology) 
  • BIOL 125 Survey of Human Diseases
  • BIOL 130 Nutrition and the Human Body (same as NUTR 130)
  • ENVS& 100 Ecology & the Biosphere (previously ENVSC 204 Ecology & the Biosphere)
  • GEOG 205 Weather, Climate, Vegetation, Soils
  • METR 101 Introduction to the Weather
  • NUTR 130 Nutrition and the Human Body (same as BIOL 130)

Lab Sciences: Students must complete one science class with lab; choose from the following. All lab sciences are 6 credits.

  • ASTR& 101 Introduction to Astronomy (previously ASTR 105 Foundations of Astronomy)
  • BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology (previously BIOL 100 Introductory Biology)
  • BIOL 108 Human Biology
  • BOTAN 120 Introduction to Mycology
  • CHEM& 105 Chemical Concepts (previously CHEM 110 Understanding the Chemistry Around You)
  • GEOL& 101 Introduction to Physical Geology (previously GEOL 101 Survey of Geology)
  • OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography (previously OCEAN 101 Survey of Oceanography)

Business Core Classes (25 credits): WSU Online School of Business requires students have completed all the following required courses before certification into the program:

  • ACCT& 201 Principles of Accounting I (previously ACCT 210 Fundamentals of Accounting I)
  • ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II (previously ACCT 220 Fundamentals of Accounting II)
  • ACCT& 203 Principles of Accounting III (previously ACCT 230 Basic Accounting Analysis) 
  • BA 240 Statistical Analysis
  • BUS& 201 Business Law (previously GBUS 202 Law & Business (Note: This Bellevue College class is required by Washington State University and Eastern Washington University instead of Bellevue College's BA 200.)
  • CS 250 Management of Information Systems (Note:  This Bellevue College class is required by Washington State University for certification into the School of Business.)

See the Business Planning Sheet for additional information http://bellevuecollege.edu/worksheets/transfer/

Cultural Diversity: The courses listed below can be used for fulfilling the requirement sin Basic Skills, Distribution or Elective areas of this degree. Complete one (1) course from Group I OR two (2) courses from Group II.

Group I

  • AMST 180 American Life & Culture (same as ANTH 180)
  • ANTH& 100 Survey of Anthropology (previously ANTH 100 Introduction to Anthropology)
  • ANTH 180 American Life & Culture (same as ANTH 180)
  • ANTH& 206 Cultural Anthropology (previously ANTH 202 Cultural Anthropology)
  • GEOG 200 Cultural Geography
  • SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology (previously SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology)
  • SOC& 201 Social Problems (previously SOC 170 Social Problems of Contemporary Society)   

Group II– NOTE:  Only 5 credits of a World Language can be used in distribution.

  • ANTH& 234 Comparative Religion (previously ANTH 203 Comparative Religions; same as INTST 234, previously INTST 203)
  • CJ& 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice (previously ADMCJ 101 Survey of Law Enforcement & Administration)
  • CHIN& 121 Chinese I (previously CHIN 101 Beginning First-Year Chinese)
  • CHIN& 122 Chinese II (previously CHIN 102 Intermediate First-Year Chinese)
  • CHIN& 123 Chinese III (previously CHIN 103 Advanced First-Year Chinese)
  • CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communication (previously SPCH 200 Interpersonal Communication)    
  • GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography
  • HIST 101 History of Civilization: Cultural Traditions
  • HIST 102 History of Civilization: Middle Ages
  • HIST 103 History of Civilization: The Contemporary World
  • HIST 120 Global History (same as INTST 204; online with DVD’s)
  • HIST& 146 US History I (previously HIST 201 US History: Discovery to Independence)
  • HIST& 147 US History II (previously HIST 202 US History: First Century of Independence)
  • HIST& 148 US History III (previously HIST 203 US History: US in the Global Age)
  • HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History (previously HIST 264 Washington & the Pacific Northwest; a Telecourse)
  • HIST 245 US in World Affairs: 1898 to Present
  • HIST 261 Middle East in the Islamic Era
  • HIST 280 History of Africa  (same as INTST 280) 
  • INTST 234 Comparative Religion (previously INTST 203 Comparative Religion; same as ANTH 234 previously ANTH 203)
  • MUSC 115 History of Jazz (previously MUSIC 115 History of Jazz)
  • MUSC 116 History of Rock and Roll (previously MUSIC 116 History of Rock and Roll)
  • NUTR 130 Nutrition & the Human Body
  • PSYC& 100 General Psychology (previously PSYCH 100 Introduction to Psychology)
  • SOC 240 Social Psychology; same as PSYC 240 (previously PSYCH 240)

Cultural Diversity Requirement

This degree requires that students complete a set of Bellevue College General Education
Requirements, including a Cultural Diversity component.

View more details about General Education Requirements.

    NOTES:

  • WSU Online School of Business students must include CMST& 230, Political Science 101, 202 or 203 and either Sociology or Psychology for graduation requirements.  WSU online Business School also has a certification requirement – which must be completed prior to applying to the WSU Online School of Business – of a course comparable to their MIS 250. Bellevue College’s CS 250 meets this requirement.
  • See a Bellevue College business advisor for information about additional requirements for your chosen university.