Intercollege Transfer

Students who want to transfer from another college at UIC must meet the following requirements:

  • Minimum UIC GPA of 2.50 and a cumulative GPA (UIC and transfer) of 2.50.

  • Successful completion of at least one of the following math courses, Math 125 (Math 160 is the equivalent) or Math 165 (Math 180 is the equivalent).


Students who intend to transfer must fill out a petition online (login using NetId)

The College of Business Administration runs information sessions throughout the semester for students interested in transferring into the college. The sessions cover the college curriculum, transfer requirements and the inter-college transfer process. All sessions take place on the 11th floor of University Hall - Conference room 1150.  Click here to sign up for a 2017 session!

Upcoming Information Sessions:
Thursday, September 14th @ 10am
Monday, September 25th @ Noon
Tuesday, October 10th @ 11am
Wednesday, October 25th @ 1pm
Friday, November 3rd @ 2pm
Thursday, November 16th @ Noon
Tuesday, November 28th @ 10am

Note: Admission will be based on your current records in the UIC student information system. Missing, not reported or incomplete grades will cause a delay in the processing of your application. "Not reported" grades (NR) must be removed and "Incomplete" grades (I) will be evaluated as failing grades. Grades for transfer credit listed as "in progress" (IP) must be completed before you will be considered for admission to CBA. The decision will be emailed to you and may take six to eight weeks for processing. The process may be delayed further for a student who applies at the beginning or end of a semester.

Note: You must be an official student admitted to the College of Business Administration to receive a degree from the CBA. Completion of the curriculum does not grant you automatic admission to the college, nor does it make you eligible for a business degree. You must meet the admission requirements and be officially accepted to the CBA before your business degree can be awarded by UIC.