Credits transferred from accredited Missouri community colleges usually include general education, upper level admission requirements and free elective courses. The Trulaske College of Business counts a maximum of 64 semester hours transferred from a community college toward the bachelor's degree. However, when more than 64 semester hours have been completed, the additional courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis for applicability to requirements.
Mizzou is now utilizing a resource that is ideal for transfer students who are thinking about coming to Mizzou. By signing in at www.transfer.org, you can now see how your completed courses will transfer when transitioning to our campus.
- What are the requirements for transfer admissions?
- How do I register for classes? When?
- What do we do at Summer/Winter Welcome?
- What kinds of classes will I be taking?
- Am I eligible for any Trulaske College of Business scholarships?
Transfer students with fewer than 30 credit hours are admitted to the Trulaske College of Business if they meet the university admission requirements. The transcripts of students with over 30 credit hours are evaluated to determine if the student will be able to complete requirements to apply to an Upper Level emphasis area by the semester after they have completed 60 credits. The requirements to apply to upper level are: minimum UM GPA 2.6 (3.0 for accountancy), completed or have in progress English 1000, Management 1010, Math 1300, Math 1400, Stat 2500, Economics 1014, Economics 1015, Accounting 2036 (2026) and Accounting 2037 (2027). Admission to the Upper Level is competitive, based on space available and contingent on completion of the Professional Development Program expectations. Upper Level Admission Information
Class registration will be done at Summer/Winter Welcome. Once confirmation of Summer/Winter Welcome registration is received, you will be pre-enrolled in three courses. You will complete your schedule during your advising session Summer/Winter Welcome.
During Summer/Winter Welcome you will attend a wide variety of orientation activities. Early in the day you will attend Divisional Orientation, where you will learn about the Trulaske College of Business and the programs it offers. You will also hear information about academic expectations and choosing classes, and be given materials important to helping you prepare for your academic advising session, which will occur later in the day. MU Summer Welcome.
This depends on how many hours you are transferring to MU and what types of courses you have already taken. Your classes will be determined by your interests, previous credit, and course availability. For additional information please visit the following:
All business students may apply for scholarships. Individual scholarships have various criteria: academic performance, financial need, geographic origins, activities/leadership, etc. To qualify for need-based scholarships, you must complete the FAFSA each year.