General Education Requirements for Transfer Students

  1. Requirements for students who have completed the IAI core, or who hold an associate’s (AA/AS) degree from a regionally accredited college, or who transfer to Aurora University a minimum of 60 semester hours of coursework without having completed the IAI core or an associate’s degree:

    • IDS3040 Global Justice.
    • Participation in a junior-year advising, mentoring, and assessment process.
    • Completion of the ENG1000 and math competency requirements through appropriate transfer credit or at Aurora University.

  2. Note: For transfer students in these categories, the first two requirements above are being waived for students entering Aurora University prior to Summer 2016, pending full curricular implementation.

  3. Requirements for students who transfer to Aurora University at least 30 but fewer than 60 semester hours of coursework without having completed the IAI core or an associate’s degree:

    • Take either IDS2020 Trajectories of Human History or IDS2030 Science and Society.
    • IDS3040 Global Justice.
    • Participation in a junior-year advising, mentoring, and assessment process.
    • Completion of the ENG1000 and math competency requirements through appropriate transfer credit or at Aurora University.

  4. Note: For transfer students in this category, participation in a junior-year advising, mentoring, and assessment process is being waived for students entering Aurora University prior to Summer 2016, pending full curricular implementation.

  5. Requirements for students who transfer to Aurora University fewer than 30 semester hours of coursework without having completed the IAI core or an associate’s degree:

    • All General Education requirements apply.
    • The ENG1000 and math competency requirements may be met through appropriate transfer credit or at Aurora University.
  6. Requirements for students who hold a baccalaureate degree from a region­ally accredited college:

    • There are no General Education requirements for a student holding a baccalaureate degree.