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THE COLLEGE

ACT composite: 21

SAT (math and verbal combined): 1100

There is an application requiring a fee, personal

statements, high school transcripts, and pastoral

and educator recommendations. These should be

submitted to the Admissions Department.

For more information visit

www.masters.edu/asap

Transfer Student

.

A student who enters TMC

with at least 24 semester units (36 quarter units)

of accepted college level coursework from another

college or university. College-level credit earned prior

to high school graduation, as well as any credit by

examination, does not count toward determining

whether a student has reached transfer status.

Business Department Course Transfer Policy

The Master’s College Department of Business

Administration seeks to insure the quality of its

curriculum as reflected in its graduates. One way

this quality is safeguarded is through limiting the

coursework which may be transferred into the

program. With this in mind, the following protocol

has been adopted by the Business faculty:

1. Only the equivalents of MA090, ECN200, and

ECN210 will be accepted from a two-year college

in transfer for TMC Business courses. No other

courses will be accepted by TMC’s Business

Department from a two-year college.

2. Lower-division courses are not accepted in

transfer for upper-division Business Department

requirements.

3. The Business Department reserves the right

to assess the student’s prior coursework in the

relevant subject area before accepting a course

in transfer.

4. Once a student has declared a TMC Business

major, all remaining Business courses must be

completed at TMC.

LETTER DESIGNATIONS OF COURSES

ACC - Accounting

AMBEX - AMBEX

ART - Art

B - Bible: General

BC - Bible: Biblical Counseling

BCE - Bible: Educational Ministries

BCH - Bible: Church History

BCW - Bible: Christian World View

BE - Behavioral Studies

BIB - Biblical Studies

BL - Bible: Biblical Languages

BMN - Bible: Ministries

BMS - Bible: Intercultural Studies

BTH - Bible: Theology

BYM

- Bible: Youth Ministry

BUS

- Business

CH - Chemistry

C

- Communication

CS

- Computer Science

E

- English

ESL - English as a Second Language

ECN - Economics

ED

- Education

FCS

- Family & Consumer Sciences

FIN - Finance

H

- History

HU - Humanities

IA - Intercollegiate Athletics

IBEX - Israel Bible Extension

INB - International Business

ITA - Italian

KPE - Kinesiology and Physical Education

LS

- Life Science

MA - Mathematics

MGT - Management

MIS - Management Information Systems

MKT - Marketing

MU - Music

P

- Philosophy

PS - Physical Science

POL - Political Studies

SP - Spanish

SS

- Social Science

TH - Theatre Arts

COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM

The first digit in the course number indicates the year

during which a student will typically take that course.

Thus:

• 100-199 are freshman level courses

• 200-299 are sophomore level courses

• 300-399 are junior level courses

• 400-499 are senior level courses

• 500-599 are graduate level courses