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The Sam M. Walton College of Business

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Transfer to the Walton College

Finishing your college journey is important. Please consider the following information as you take the necessary steps toward becoming a Walton College graduate. We are here to assist you in accomplishing your academic goals.

The Transfer Process

1. Review the key facts and details about transfer courses.

2. Apply for admission. Read about the transfer application process.

3. Send immunization records. You can email them to immu@uark.edu.

4. Once admitted, call 479-575-6308 to schedule an advising appointment.

  • Transfer credits are subject to a two-stage evaluation process. First, credits are evaluated by the Office of the Registrar and appropriate faculty who decide if the courses are eligible for general transfer to the University of Arkansas. Second, the student’s college determines which of the transferable hours will satisfy degree program requirements. Meeting with your academic advisor is the best way to determine how/if your credits will transfer.
  • Transfer students must submit official transcripts from each institution they attended. All transcripts should be submitted directly to the University of Arkansas Office of the Registrar.
  • Only courses that are submitted on an official transcript will be evaluated for degree credit.
  • To be considered for transfer, courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.
  • Students must complete a minimum of 50% of all business courses in residency (meaning, at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville) and may not use transfer courses in their major.
  • Appeals for transfer equivalencies may be made to the Office of the Registrar.
  • Once admitted, you will meet with a Walton College academic advisor. Your advisor will assist you in understanding how your courses transfer and fit into your Walton degree.

Need Help?

Questions about the application and admission process? Schedule an appointment with a transfer admissions counselor. Appointments can be made by contacting the Office of Admissions at 800-377-8632 or 479-575-5346.

If you have questions about the Sam M. Walton College of Business or how your courses will transfer prior to being admitted, please email transfer@walton.uark.edu.

Turn 2 Into 4

Turn a two-year Associate of Science in Business into a four-year Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas has partnered with University of Arkansas Pulaski TechNorth Arkansas College, and University of Arkansas Cossatot to create a seamless transition from community college to Walton College.

Community College Partners

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Scholarships for Transfer Students

The University of Arkansas proudly offers transfer student scholarships each fall and spring semester to entering transfer students. Learn more...

Transfer Course Equivalancy Guide

Students wishing to self-evaluate course work taken at another regionally accredited institution may search the Transfer Course Equivalency Guide.

Use the Transfer Course Equivalency Guide

Instructions: Select your current institution from the drop-down menus and click search. Courses are arranged in alphabetical order by the course abbreviations of the transfer institution. University of Arkansas equivalencies are listed to the right of each entry. All courses that have previously been transferred to the University of Arkansas will be listed; however, this may not encompass every possible course. Courses listed as NOTR 9999 do not transfer to the University of Arkansas. Those listed as 199T, 299T, 399T or 499T will transfer, but application to a specific degree program will be determined by the college offering the degree.

Course Equivalency Guide

Academic Advising Worksheets

Learn about the required courses for each Walton College major. Fully online options are available in General Business, Supply Chain Management, and Accounting.

View Advising Worksheets

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