Steps to Admission for Internal Transfers
The information below is for students currently enrolled at Auburn University who are interested in transferring into the Harbert College of Business.
I. Majors Offered in the Harbert College of Business:
Accountancy, Business Administration, Business Analytics, Information Systems Management, International Business, Finance, Marketing, Management, and Supply Chain Management
II. Career Opportunities Associated with Business Degrees:
Students who have questions about internship and/or career opportunities may visit the Office of Professional and Career Development in 101 Lowder.
III. Course Requirements for Each Major:
Students with less than 30 hours of earned credit prior to transferring into the Harbert College will enter as ‘Pre-Business’ majors. Students with 30 or more hours of earned credit before transferring into the Harbert College may 1) enter as 'Pre-Business' majors or 2) enter directly into one of the 4-year majors listed in Section I.
Curriculum models for Pre-Business and each of the 4-year major options can be found at:
IV. How and When Can I Transfer Into the Harbert College of Business?
Students may transfer into the Harbert College of Business at any time. Students should retrieve their academic file and a transfer form from their current academic advisor. Students should bring both items to Pre-Business Academic Advising Office in 130 Lowder Hall to complete the transfer process. The Academic Advising Office is open Monday-Friday, 7:45-11:45 and 12:45-3:45. (Note: Hours are subject to change due to orientation sessions or campus events. Call 334-844-7831 to inquire about advising hours for a specific day.)
V. Course Transfer Rules:
Students can review the following transfer rules to determine if coursework they have already taken will satisfy Harbert College requirements:
- MATH 1610 or 1617 will satisfy the Harbert College MATH 1680 requirement.
- Any transferred STAT course will satisfy the Harbert College BUAL 2600 requirement.
- COMP 1000, COMP 1003, or a sufficient score on the COMP 1AA0 equivalent exam are the only on-campus equivalents that can be used to satisfy the Harbert College IT Literacy requirement.
- The ONLY Philosophy courses that can be used to satisfy the Harbert College Ethics requirement are PHIL 1020, PHIL 1030, or PHIL 1040. No other PHIL course can satisfy this requirement.
- Students who plan to pursue a major in either Professional Flight or Aviation Management are required to complete Physics course work, regardless of previously completed science credit(s).
- Students transferring from ENGINEERING, COSAM or NURSING who have questions about prior completion of their core science credits may email firstname.lastname@example.org with specific questions.
- Per university policy, students cannot receive credit for more than 4 hours of PHED courses.
- Students pursuing a major in the Harbert College cannot receive credit for ACCT 2810, MNGT 3810, MKTG 3810, or FINC 3810.
VI. Planning Courses Before Officially Being Accepted into the Harbert College of
Students should plan according to (1) notes on the printed curriculum model, and (2) Pre-requisites and course descriptions listed in the AU Bulletin. Students can determine which courses they need to take for the upcoming semester by printing a copy of their intended curriculum model, marking through the course work they have completed and are currently completing, and reading course pre-requisite information for the remaining courses that have not been 'marked through'. Students can also access a Degree Works audit to perform a 'What If' function.
Students who have not yet transferred into the Harbert College of Business cannot register for Business course work via tiger i. Non-business students are required to wait until the end of the registration period before requesting seating in business courses. Requests can be made in the appropriate departmental office(s) in Lowder Hall.
Current and prospective Harbert College of Business majors are required to use the AU Bulletin to find course descriptions and course pre-requisites. Click on ‘Courses of Instruction.’ The abbreviation "Pr." stands for pre-requisite.