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Transfer to ASU and take classes at Eastern Arizona College. You can earn an ASU bachelor’s degree without leaving the Gila Valley. Your ASU classes will be available at EAC and will be delivered in person or in a hybrid format, which blends in-person and online instruction.
Programs offered at EAC are in high-demand due to job opportunities in the local area. You’re encouraged to sign the TAG agreement for the major you wish to pursue so you can save time and money as you work toward your bachelor’s degree. Read details about the Transfer Admission Guarantee below.
Degrees offered at ASU@TheGilaValley:
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Organizational Leadership (BA)
Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Leadership (BAS)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN-CEP)
Bachelor of Education in Secondary Education (BAE)
The Transfer Admission Guarantee, or TAG, helps you plan and complete your community college coursework to meet the lower-division course requirements for you ASU major, When you complete the TAG, you’ll be on track and prepared for success in earning your bachelor’s degree. Choose from more than 350 majors at ASU.
If you signed a TAG agreement prior to summer 2017, find your degree program outline.
Learn about ASU bachelor’s degree programs with Degree Search. Take time to research careers associated with a particular degree, the locations where the degree is available, and requirements for the degree. You can also compare degrees side-by-side. Print the Major Map to help you plan your community college coursework.
Want to know what courses to take at the community college that will transfer to your ASU major? View the TAG information page to understand which lower-division courses you need to complete at your community college before transferring to ASU. And use the worksheet to to help you get organized and plan for a successful transfer to ASU.
Below are ASU programs that have special degree requirements. If you are pursuing one of these degree programs, please reference these course outlines.
ASU provides a number of tools and resources to support transfer student success.
Explore ASU majors and minors to find a degree program that matches your talents, interests and career goals. Search by keyword, area of interest or campus location.
Transfer Credit Guide
Learn how credits from other colleges and universities that you have attended will transfer to ASU. Search for ASU course equivalencies or request a transfer course evaluation. Search by ASU courses to determine whether your institution offers equivalent courses.
Career and Professional Development Services
As a student who signed a TAG agreement, you can access ASU career services, career advising, career assessment and job search tools. You will need your ASURITE UserID and password to access these resources. Note that some services have fees.
Make an appointment to meet an ASU transfer specialist any Friday that works best for your schedule.
This worksheet will help you understand which lower-division course requirements are complete, in progress and still need to be taken at your community college before transferring to ASU.
ASU transfer specialists are available to help you understand the TAG and provide support as you prepare for your transition to ASU. Contact an ASU transfer specialist.
Check this appointment calendar to find out when an ASU representative is available to meet with you. Appointments are available by phone, Skype or in-person.
You can transfer to ASU at any time and complete a bachelor’s degree in one of more than 350 undergraduate programs. Please review transfer admission requirements, search ASU degree programs, and check out the Transfer Credit Guide to see how your college credits will transfer to ASU.