Transfer 80 semester units from a community college and earn your BA degree at AUSB in one year.
- Cost-effective: Generous credit given for past coursework
- Time-efficient: Associate’s degree or G.E. completion not required for transfer
- Support: Dedicated Advisors help you build a path to degree completion. Advising is available before, during, and after the transfer and application process
Acceptable Transfer Credits
- Santa Barbara City College credits
- International or US university credits from accredited institutions or the equivalent
- Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and the Netherlands’ Upper Secondary (Gymnasium) or Germany’s Abitur – guaranteed full year of transfer credit *Similar studies completed in countries not listed above may be evaluated for transferability
- CLEP credit (score of 50 or higher)
Know Today Where You’ll Be Tomorrow! Lock in your academic track through graduate school.
- Streamline your admission process by simultaneously applying for admission to the BA Program and gain provisional admission to one of three graduate programs
- Receive a $1,000 Pathway Grant that will be applied toward BA tuition, and a $3,500 Pathway Grant that will be applied toward graduate school tuition
AUSB’s BA program develops well-rounded global citizens with the knowledge and skills to lead successful careers and meaningful lives. Select from seven concentrations: Applied Psychology; Business & Entrepreneurship; Marketing; Child Development & Education; Communication & Media; Environmental Studies; and Liberal Arts.
- Dedicated faculty with extensive professional training and their own thriving businesses and practices
- Academic performance assessed with narrative evaluations and letter-grade equivalents
- Same tuition for California residents, out-of-state, and international students
- Students can complete their BA at AUSB for the same cost as attending the University of California or California State University
Small & Flexible Classes
- Average class size is 20 students
- We offer year-round instruction: 4 quarters of 10 weeks each
- Flexible course formats: 3-unit classes held once a week, 1-unit Saturday seminars, and select hybrid/online courses