The Henry W. Bloch School of Management helps many students transfer into our programs every semester. The information on this page will help you plan ahead and prepare to enroll at Bloch.
Transfer applicants (students with at least 24 credit hours of college-level work) can enter UMKC any semester. The Bloch School requires a 2.5 cumulative GPA on all college-level course work attempted. In determining a student's eligibility for admission, the UMKC Office of Admissions includes all attempts on all courses in the GPA calculated. The Bloch School allows for the exclusion of up to 15 hours of repeated course work in that GPA calculation.
Official transcripts from all prior institutions must be submitted to the UMKC Office of Admissions as part of the application process. Students who completed AP, IB or CLEP credits must also have official scores sent to UMKC to be considered for credit. Information on UMKC's test credit policy can be found on the Registration and Records website.
Applicants with less than 24 credit hours are evaluated by the UMKC Office of Admissions using freshman admission requirements and college course work attempted.
- Print out an advising sheet.
Business-all emphases (B.B.A.) (PDF)
Accounting (B.S.A.) (PDF)
- Get a list of course equivalencies.
Below is a table of course equivalencies from Kansas City area community colleges. If you’ve received college credit from an institution other than those listed, that credit will be evaluated by a Bloch academic advisor.
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Working with your college transcripts, an advising sheet and a course equivalency list, a Bloch School advisor will help you determine the courses you’ve taken that are equivalent to UMKC courses counting toward either our B.B.A. or B.S.A. degree programs. Make an appointment or stop by during walk-in advising hours.
The table available for download below contains course equivalencies for the following Kansas City community colleges: the Metropolitan Community Colleges (including Blue River, Longview, Maple Woods, and Penn Valley) (MCC); Johnson County Community College (JCCC); Kansas City, Kansas Community College (KCKCC); and Donnelly Community College.
The courses listed cover approximately 60 hours out of a 123-credit hour B.B.A. or B.S.A. program. For a PDF version of the table, click here.
NOTE: B.B.A. students coming from JCCC must take both BUS 261 and BUS 263 to satisfy the MGT 306 requirement. (MGT 320 is not required for the B.B.A. degree).
B.S.A. students coming from JCCC may take BUS 261 to satisfy the MGT 306 requirement and BUS 263 to satisfy the MGT 320 requirement.
|Course Title||Metropolitan Community College Course||UMKC Course Equivalent|
|English Composition I||ENGL 101||Discourse I|
|English Composition II||ENGL 102||Discourse II|
|Economics I||ECON 210||ECON 201|
|Economics II||ECON 211||ECON 202|
|College Algebra||MATH 120||MATH 110|
|Brief Calculus & Matrix Algebra||MATH 175 or MATH 180||MATH 206|
|Elementary Statistics||MATH 115||STAT 235|
|Intro to Financial Accounting||BSAD 101 and BSAD 102||ACTG 210|
|Intro to Managerial Accounting||BSAD 154 or BSAD 201||ACTG 211|
|Computer Applications in Management||CSIS 215||MIS 202|
|Business Law I||BSAD 270||MGT 306|
|Business Law II||no equivalent||MGT 320|
|Course Title||Johnson County Community College Course||UMKC Course Equivalent|
|English Composition I||ENG 121||Discourse I|
|English Composition II||ENG 122||Discourse II|
|Economics I||ECON 230||ECON 201|
|Economics II||ECON 231||ECON 202|
|College Algebra||MATH 171||MATH 110|
|Brief Calculus & Matrix Algebra||MATH 231||MATH 206|
|Elementary Statistics||MATH 181||STAT 235|
|Intro to Financial Accounting||ACCT 121 and ACCT 122||ACTG 210|
|Intro to Managerial Accounting||ACCT 222||ACTG 211|
|Computer Applications in Management||CPCA 110, CPCA 111 and
CPCA 114 OR CIS 124/128, CPCA 111 and CPCA 114
|Business Law I||BUS 261 and BUS 263*||MGT 306|
|Business Law II||BUS 263||MGT 320|
|Course Title||Kansas City, Kansas Community College Course||UMKC Course Equivalent|
|English Composition I||EN 0101||Discourse I|
|English Composition II||EN 0102||Discourse II|
|Economics I||ECON 0201||ECON 201|
|Economics II||ECON 0202||ECON 202|
|College Algebra||MATH 0105||MATH 110|
|Brief Calculus & Matrix Algebra||MATH 0120||MATH 206|
|Elementary Statistics||MATH 0115||STAT 235|
|Intro to Financial Accounting||BUSN 0101 and BUSN 0102||ACTG 210|
|Intro to Managerial Accounting||BUSN 0203||ACTG 211|
|Computer Applications in Management||no equivalent||MIS 202|
|Business Law I||BUSN 0204||MGT 306|
|Business Law II||BUSN 0206||MGT 320|
|Course Title||Donnelly College Course||UMKC Course Equivalent|
|English Composition I||EN 111||Discourse I|
|English Composition II||EN 112||Discourse II|
|Economics I||EC 201||ECON 201|
|Economics II||EC 202||ECON 202|
|College Algebra||MT 130||MATH 110|
|Brief Calculus & Matrix Algebra||MT 228||MATH 206|
|Elementary Statistics||no equivalent||STAT 235|
|Intro to Financial Accounting||BS 121 and BS 122||ACTG 210|
|Intro to Managerial Accounting||no equivalent||ACTG 211|
|Computer Applications in Management||CT 119 and CT 124||MIS 202|
|Business Law I||no equivalent||MGT 306|
|Business Law II||no equivalent||MGT 320|
Current UMKC students wanting to take courses outside of UMKC must have prior approval. Courses taken without permission will not be applied to your program.
For ease of transfer to UMKC, students at community colleges should follow an Associate of Arts curriculum and take only the specific business courses recommended by UMKC. If you have questions about whether a course will transfer, contact the Bloch Student Services office before enrolling in the course(s).
Please note that graduate credit must always be evaluated by an academic advisor, and is generally done after a student is admitted to a graduate program.
The information presented above explains how courses from other institutions have typically been accepted and applied to degree programs at UMKC. It does not represent a contractual agreement between UMKC and any other college or university, nor does it imply a contract between UMKC and any student.