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					Northeast Iowa Community College courses that satisfy UI Business requirements

It is recommended that students intending to transfer to the Tippie College of Business complete all of the prerequisite courses
prior to matriculating. Doing this will allow you to enter the College immediately upon transferring to The University of Iowa and will
increase the likelihood of timely graduation. Additionally, you will need junior standing (60 semester hours) and a 2.75 prerequisite
GPA with no grade below C, and a 2.75 cumulative GPA. Accounting majors must have a 2.75 prerequisite GPA, a 3.0
cumulative GPA, and a 2.67 GPA in financial and managerial accounting.

Prerequisite courses must be completed prior to admission to the College of Business
UI Course number              UI course title                                 NICC course number             NICC course title
                                                                              OLD          NEW
22M:017                       Calc. and Matrix Algebra for Business           62 116       MAT 210           Calculus I
22S:008                       Statistics for Business                         62 120 or    MAT 156 or        Statistics or
                                                                              12 130       BUS 211           Business Statistics
06E:001                       Principles of Microeconomics                    30 111       ECN 130           Microeconomics
06E:002                       Principles of Macroeconomics                    30 110       ECN 120           Macroeconomics
06A:001                       Intro to Financial Accounting                   02 110       ACC 152           Financial Accounting
06A:002                       Managerial Accounting                           02 111       ACC 156           Managerial Accounting

Business core courses may be completed before or after admission to the College of Business
UI Course number              UI course title                                 NICC course number             NICC course title
                                                                              OLD          NEW
06K:070                       Computer Analysis                               16 120       BCA 212           Intro to Computer Business Applications
06J:047                       Introduction to Law                             12 112 or    BUS 188 or        Legal Environment of Business or
                                                                              12 111       BUS 185           Business Law I
06J:048                       Introduction to Management                      04 110       MGT 102           Principles of Management

General Education requirements may be completed before or after admission to the College of Business
College of Business General Education Requirement
Rhetoric                                   4-8 s.h.   If not completing an AA degree go to ISIS (http://isis5.uiowa.edu/isis/courses/transfer/sisearch.page)
Natural Sci. (no lab required)               3 s.h.   and use the drop-down menu for general education course selections.
Historical Perspectives                      3 s.h.
Global Cultural Studies*                     3 s.h.   *Go to ISIS and use the general education drop-down menu. Search Foreign Civilization and Culture
Humanities                                   3 s.h.   or Cultural Diversity for acceptable Global and Cultural Studies courses.
Interpretation of Literature                 3 s.h.
Social Sciences (not micro or macro)         3 s.h.
Foreign Language**                                    **Can be satisfied by two years of a single high school foreign language or two semesters of a single
                                                      college foreign language. Waived for students with an approved AA degree.




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