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Services Provided:

  • Personalized Transfer Advising
  • Scholarship Information
  • Assistance with Online Applications for Transfer Process
  • Knowledge of Transfer Credit and Course Equivalencies
  • Official Degree Audits
  • Connections with Other Campus Offices and Representatives

UAHT Transfer Checklist

UAHT Transfer Equivalency Guide

The transfer equivalency guide is a guide that has been created for students transferring courses from another college or university into UAHT. We have researched the colleges we receive the most transcripts from and created this guide. If the college/university you are transferring from is not listed, please contact: Diana Davidson, Registrar, at 870-722-8220 or diana.davidson@uacch.edu.

UAHT TRANSFER EQUIVALENCY GUIDE

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the UAHT Transfer Equivalency Guide, please contact: Aimee Hooker, 870-722-8122 or aimee.hooker@uacch.edu.

Transfer Equivalency Links for Arkansas Public Universities

For UAHT students wanting to transfer to an Arkansas Public University, below are links to their transfer equivalency guides. If the university you plan to transfer to is not listed or if you have questions or concerns, please contact: Aimee Hooker, 870-722-8122 or aimee.hooker@uacch.edu.

ARKANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

ARKANSAS TECH UNIVERSITY

HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY

SOUTHERN ARKANSAS UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS: FAYETTEVILLE

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS: LITTLE ROCK

UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS: FORT SMITH

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL ARKANSAS

Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS)

The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and the equitable treatment in the application of credits for the admissions and degree requirements. Course transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as “No Comparable Course.”  Additionally, courses with a “D” frequently do not transfer and institutional policies may vary. ACTS may be accessed on the Internet by going to the ADHE website and selecting Course Transfer (http://adhe.edu). Courses not having an ACTS number may also transfer. Please consult the receiving institution for complete transfer information.

ARKANSAS COURSE TRANSFER SYSTEM LINK

ADHE: 4 Year Transfer Agreement Consortium Members 

 

 

ASU: Arkansas State University at Jonesboro 

UAHT CONTACT

Aimee Hooker, PAC Transfer Advisor

Phone: (870) 722-8122

Main: (870) 722-8124

aimee.hooker@uaht.edu 

 

CONTACT TRANSFERRING TO A-STATE

Adrian Everett, ASU

Phone: (870) 972-2782

Phone: (870) 680-8222

aeverett@astate.edu

 

 

PROGRAMS

UAHT to ASU 2+2’s

  2+2 DEGREE PLANS DEPARTMENT / ELIGIBILITY
ACCOUNTING

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN ACCOUNTING

The ASU accounting major prepares students for rewarding careers as industrial accountants, cost analysts, controllers, tax accountants, members of financial regulatory teams such as the IRS or banking auditors, independent auditors in CPA firms, and internal auditors. ASU accounting graduates work for manufacturing firms, in government agencies, in banking, in not-for-profit entities, and in public accounting.

  BS Department
       
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

The major in business administration provides students with a diversified rather than a specialized program in business and economics. It is designed especially for those who need a broad background of training for managing a business of their own or for students planning to enter a large business which maintains its own specialized training program. This program requires a study of every major sector of business activity, with emphasis on creative thinking which will prepare the student for today’s employment as well as for meeting tomorrow’s challenges.

  BS Department
       
BUSINESS ECONOMICS

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN BUSINESS ECONOMICS

The major in economics provides an excellent background for a wide variety of careers in business and government. In addition to acceptance into their management training programs, many businesses employ the economics major to forecast economic trends and to relate changes in economic activity to the individual business. Economists are employed by various governmental bodies to conduct research into all phases of the economy.

  BS Department
       
EDUCATION IN BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

AS IN BUSINESS TO BSE IN BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY

ASU Business Technology is a program of study designed to prepare individuals for teaching careers in the area of business and information technology. This degree is the foundation for those wishing to teach at the middle or junior high school level, secondary level, post-secondary level, or in industry.

Emphasis is given, through the College of Education, to the ways in which this material can be most effectively imparted. For satisfactory completion of this degree program, the student must fulfill all applicable requirements as established by the University, the College of Business, the College of Education, and the CIT department. Vocational and Computer certifications are available.

The department is approved by the State of Arkansas for teacher training, and graduates from this program are qualified to teach vocational business technology education at the secondary and post-secondary levels.

  BSE Department 
       
COMMUNICATION STUDIES

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BA IN COMMUNICATION STUDIES

ASU Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies focuses on the ways that people make use of both verbal and nonverbal messages to generate meanings within various contexts, cultures, and media.

  BA Department
       
COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN COMPUTER AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

The Bachelors of Science in Computer & Information Technology (CIT) is designed to prepare students for careers as IT professionals.  Our graduates hold positions as network administrators, application programmers, website developers, database architects, operations schedulers, and technical support specialists, to name a few. Of particular interest to potential students who already have practical IT experience should be the alignment of many CIT courses with industry certifications. Consequently, students can simultaneously complete their major requirements and prepare for industry certification exams.  This further makes it possible for students to receive course credit for certifications already earned. The Department of CIT, provides instruction and conducts research addressing information systems and the technology supporting those systems. We are involved also, through technology transfer, in assisting the University with its economic development mission for the Delta Region and beyond. In addition, as consultants, we serve other constituents within the University and around the local community.

  BS Department 
       
CRIMINOLOGY

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION-CRIMINAL JUSTICE FOCUS TO BA IN CRIMINOLOGY

Majors in the Department of Criminology, Sociology, and Geography are prepared for many professions including teaching, government service, law, business, research, cartography, and community planning; and for professional careers within the criminal justice system such as police, truancy and probation officers, parole officers, and correctional and research personnel.

  BA Department
       
ECONOMICS

AS IN BUSINESS TO BA IN ECONOMICS

The major in economics provides an excellent background for a wide variety of careers in business and government. In addition to acceptance into their management training programs, many businesses employ the economics major to forecast economic trends and to relate changes in economic activity to the individual business. Economists are employed by various governmental bodies to conduct research into all phases of the economy. Training in economics provides an excellent foundation for further study. Many students enrolled in the nation’s most prestigious law schools and graduate business programs selected economics as their undergraduate major. Also, the economics degree is viewed favorably by graduate school admissions committees in various disciplines including finance, political science, history, anthropology, statistics, public policy and urban studies. Economics degree holders go on to exciting careers as corporate executives, commercial and investment bankers, brokers, professional money managers, commodity traders, small business entrepreneurs, journalists and authors, government officials, and many more.

  BA Department
       
ENGLISH

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BA IN ENGLISH

The B.A. in English is the quintessential Liberal Arts Degree. English B.A. graduates are likely to be seen anywhere — sitting in a law school class; reading in a coffee shop on the campus where they teach English; working in a government office; working as a technical writer trying to rephrase something from computer-speak to ordinary English ; or preparing for the ministry in a seminary. If you love literature or if feel a need to be writing, you have found the right degree.

For information about the B.A. in English, email the department secretary, Brandie Tibbs.

  BA Department
       
GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT

What is Global Supply Chain Management?

Global supply chain management encompasses the planning and management of all activities involved in the flow of products, services, finances, and information from a source to a customer and integrates supply and demand across all types of organizations on an international scale.

Program Description

The major in Global Supply Chain Management provides education and training for those interested in planning and implementing successful supply chain strategies both domestically and internationally. Students who graduate from this program will find multiple rewarding career opportunities open to them in the areas of logistics, e-commerce, purchasing, manufacturing, and international business.

  BS Department
       
HISTORY

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BA IN HISTORY

The major in history with the Bachelor of Arts degree is recommended for those seeking a liberal education and aspiring to careers in history, law, theology, journalism, and library work; in local, state, and national public service; in business where a knowledge of domestic and foreign affairs is desirable; and in every area which requires an understanding of human activity.

  BA Department
       
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

The major in International Business permits students to prepare for managerial careers in international business. It is interdisciplinary in nature and emphasizes the development of language skills as well as an understanding of the sociocultural, political, managerial, marketing, and economic understanding of the international environment.

  BS Department
       
MANAGEMENT- GENERAL MANAGEMENT

AS IN BUSINESS TO BS IN MANAGEMENT: GENERAL MANAGEMENT

Management is getting work done through other people. Managers perform a wide range of workplace activities, from establishing organization goals and ensuring progress towards those goals to organizing when and how activities and resources should be grouped together. Managers are asked to solve challenging workplace problems, often with limited human and financial resources. The Management major prepares students to design rewards for improved performance, set goals that motivate workers, and build an environment to create and sustain a competitive advantage.

  BS Department
       
ORGANIZATIONAL SUPERVISION

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE TO BAS IN ORGANIZATIONAL SUPERVISION

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Organizational Supervision is a four-year degree program designed to help students transition from a technical expert to a professional leader. The BAS degree is designed with the working adult in mind and is often a common next step for individuals who have an Associate of Applied Science degree and are seeking workforce development or advancement in their current jobs or careers. Students in the program will gain practical knowledge and academic proficiencies needed to help build upon their technical foundation to provide a pathway to a baccalaureate degree.

  BAS Department
       
POLITICAL SCIENCE

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BA IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

A major in political science offers valuable, comprehensive knowledge of American government and global politics, helping to prepare students to analyze complex political problems and recognize potential solutions in both the public and private sector. Students are able to gain an understanding of political structure, theory, and methodology. They can also develop their research skills and sense of intellectual property using libraries, archives, and online sources. The program provides an opportunity for students to develop their writing skills and learn the responsibility for clearly presenting and interpreting political issues using the language of the discipline. A major in political science helps students to analyze complex political problems and recognize potential solutions in both the public and private sectors.

  BA Department
       
PSYCHOLOGY

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BS IN PSYCHOLOGY

The BS Psychology program supports the Arkansas State University’s mission by providing students with a challenging environment designed to foster understanding of themselves and others. The primary purpose of the program is to prepare students to take advantage of professional and personal opportunities for growth and community engagement. This purpose is met through a faculty that is committed to best practices in education, engaged in cutting-edge research, and provides students with hands on experiences in research, psychological wellness and community outreach projects.

  BS Department
       
SOCIOLOGY

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION-CRIMINAL JUSTICE FOCUS TO BA IN SOCIOLOGY

Majors in the Department of Criminology, Sociology, and Geography are prepared for many professions including teaching, government service, law, business, research, cartography, and community planning; and for professional careers within the criminal justice system such as police, truancy and probation officers, parole officers, and correctional and research personnel.

  BA Department
       
STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

AA IN GENERAL EDUCATION TO BS IN STRATEGIC COMMUNICATION

The strategic communications program prepares students to use advertising, public relations, social media, and organizational communication to build mutually beneficial relationships between an organization and its key stakeholders.Students graduating from this program will know and understand how to use advertising, public relations, social media, branding, crisis communication, media relations, research methods and evaluation tools to help organizations communicate and build relationships with their publics.  They will be prepared to work for advertising and public relations agencies, companies big and small, governmental agencies, and nonprofit organizations such as universities, hospitals, museums and NGOs.

  BS Department

 

SAU: Southern Arkansas University at Magnolia

 

 

TAMUT: Texas A&M University at Texarkana

  • Associate of Science in Business Studies to Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
    • TAMUT Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is offered in Texarkana, TX. 
    • UAHT AS in Business Studies is offered on campus and some courses may be available online. 
    • Degrees in Business Administration at A&M-Texarkana prepare students for professional careers in management, consulting, analytics, financial planning, marketing, sales, and many more! Students not only learn the fundamentals, but take courses that involve critical thinking, ethical decision making, and working in a global environment.
    • UAHT AS Business Studies 2+2 TAMUT Degree Plan
    • TAMUT Eligibility Requirements 
  •  AA General Education to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

 

 

UALR: University of Arkansas at Little Rock

  • Associate of Arts General Education to Bachelor of Science in Education (Middle Childhood-Language Arts and Social Studies Math and Science) 
  • Associate of Arts General Education to Bachelor of Science in Education (Middle Childhood- Math and Science)
    • The Bachelor of Science in Education degree in middle education provides a strong foundation for students wanting to teach grades 4–8. This 120-hour program provides graduates with a comprehensive understanding of middle grades education with special emphasis on school/university partnerships, diversity, development of positive learning environments, education for students from high-poverty populations, subject-specific education (i.e. mathematics, science, etc.), and middle grades curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
    • 2 + 2 Degree Plans
    • UALR Eligibility Requirements
  • Associate of Arts General Education to Bachelor of Science in Social Work
    • UALR BS in Social Work is offered on campus or online through U of A at Little Rock
    • UAHT AA General Education w/ Social Work is offered on campus and some courses may be available online.
    • UALR Bachelor in Social Work (BSW) curriculum is designed to develop knowledge of human behavior and social problems as well as critical thinking, assessment, problem solving, and evaluative skills. The BSW curriculum empowers students to engage in understanding complex social issues as well as to work within different settings with a variety of client systems at the individual, family, group, community, and organizational levels. Students are prepared to enter the profession of social work through an agency-based field placement.
    • 2 + 2 Degree Plans
    • UALR Eligibility Requirements 
  • Associate of Science in Business to Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) 
    • Depending upon your specific major UALR Bachelor of Business Administration is offered on campus, hybrid, or online in Little Rock, AR. 
    • UAHT AS in Business is offered on campus and some courses may be available online. 
    • 2 + 2 Degree Plans
    • UALR Eligibility Requirements 

 

UAMS: University of Arkansas Medical Science at Little Rock

 

 

UARK: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville

 

 

UCA: University of Central Arkansas

  • Associate of Science in Business to Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) 
  • Online RN to BSN Program
  • The RN to BSN track is for the Registered Nurse (RN) who is a graduate of a nationally accredited associate degree or hospital diploma nursing program and seeks a Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree. Qualified RNs receive 41 hours of BSN nursing credit based on their prior educational program. The program is designed for the working RN with all nursing courses offered online.

PAC Team

Aimee Hooker
Aimee Hooker
Title III Transfer Advising Coach
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Misty Hughes
Title III Activity Director/Director of Advising
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Ginger Russell
Ginger Russell
Title III Administrative Assistant
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