Admission to the Bachelor in Applied Administration program is open to all students who hold an associate degree or have 60 semester hours from an accredited institution. The associate degree comprises the first two years of the program. The curriculum allows students to make up general education requirements not included in their associate degree, while completing the core requirements of the program.
You have either finished or are currently finishing, your associate degree or 60 semester hours from a regionally accredited* institution. Proof of degree completion will be required. Or, students can begin classes after degree completion.
Complete the online application and submit a $50 application fee.
Choose “Applied Administration Online (BTAS)” on the application.
Applications are accepted continuously throughout the year. Our staff will review your application based on the following:
The preferred method of submitting transcripts is to personally request your previous school(s) send them directly to UC to be considered official.
Don’t know how to request your official transcripts? Most high schools and colleges use either Parchment or the National Clearinghouse for transcript fulfillment.
To see if your transcripts can be ordered electronically, go to the links below and search for your previous school(s):
If your past school(s) isn’t listed on either site, please contact your past schools directly.
Please mail sealed, unopened, official transcripts to:
University of Cincinnati
Office of Admissions – Undergraduate Admissions
PO Box 210091
Cincinnati, Ohio 45221-0091
Current UC students who transfer into the BTAS program do not need to submit transcripts.
The only considerations of associate or bachelor degree transfer work are in the case of general education courses. Associate degree and bachelor degree transfer coursework must be reviewed to ensure they meet UC minimums for a bachelors degree. If they do not, a general education course must be taken in the place of AIS elective(s).
*The accrediting organizations identified in this directory are recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Recognition by CHEA affirms that the standards and processes of the accrediting organization are consistent with the academic quality, improvement and accountability expectations that CHEA has established, including the eligibility standard that the majority of institutions or programs each accredits are degree-granting.
Yes. We want to make sure you put your new UC degree into action. Our career services team will assist by providing tips and suggestions to help you find your ideal next job.
Programs can be completed full-time or part-time. Many programs are set up to be part-time, with most containing fewer than 10 credit hours in any given semester. We know you have a lot going on, so want to make sure that school can fit into your schedule. Note: There are some exceptions.
Yes. You will need to work with a program advisor to understand what credits will apply and meet the minimum requirement for credit hours completed at the University of Cincinnati.
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