Antioch University Santa Barbara has joined forces with Santa Barbara City College so you can earn a bachelor degree by transferring 80 semester units toward the 120 needed for graduation.
Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB) offers Santa Barbara City College (SBCC) students a unique and efficient opportunity to complete a bachelor’s of arts (BA) degree without leaving the Santa Barbara area. AUSB’s BA program in Liberal Studies offers seven areas of concentration: Applied Psychology, Business Management & Leadership, Child Development & Education, Communication & Media, Environmental Studies, Entrepreneurship, and Liberal Arts. By enrolling in AUSB’s BA program, you are joining an academic community focused on helping you reach your academic goals and dreams.
AUSB also offers a Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) agreement with Santa Barbara City College that provides an opportunity for guaranteed admission to any AUSB Concentration!
To assist students and counselors with the transfer process, we have created guides to help in course planning at Santa Barbara City College. Use the links below to get more information about transferring to AUSB and completing a BA degree. To learn more about the BA program and have questions answered about how to transfer, contact the AUSB Assistant Director of Admissions, Sharisse Estomo, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 805.962.8179, ext. 5113.
About Santa Barbara City College
Santa Barbara City College is a comprehensive community college serving the south coast of Santa Barbara County. Established in 1909, SBCC is renowned as one of the top 10 two-year community colleges in the nation. The college has a wide range of associate degree and certificate programs, as well as transfer programs that provide the first two years of study toward the baccalaureate degree. Students are attracted to SBCC by virtue of its outstanding faculty, small classes, state-of-the-art facilities and numerous student services. (Santa Barbara City College)
Transfer Admission & Graduation Documents
- 2012-13 AUSB General Education & Graduation Requirements for SBCC
- 2012-13 AUSB BA Concentration Lower-Division Recommendations
- SBCC Transfer Guide
- SBCC Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) Program
- 2012-13 AUSB BA Graduation Requirements
Antioch University Santa Barbara Academic Calendar
AUSB BA Program Year-at-a-Glance
AUSB BA Program Quarterly Schedule-of-Classes & Calendar
Current Quarter: Spring 2013 (April-June)