Transfer Options

Many Management, Marketing and Fashion/Design students choose to transfer to a four-year college or university after earning their DMACC degrees. The Management and Marketing AA degree programs offer good general transferability into similar programs at many colleges and universities.

Additionally, students that complete the AAS degrees in any program can take advantage of the following articulation agreements:

  1. Buena Vista University
    A DMACC student, who earns the AAS degree in Management or Marketing can transfer to Buena Vista University at junior status, provided the student meets all admissions criteria at the university.
  2. Capella University
    A DMACC student who earns either the AA or AAS degree in Management or Marketing may be accepted into the Bachelor of Science in Business program at Capella University. This agreement includes course-to-course transfers from DMACC to Capella.
  3. Iowa State University
    A DMACC student completing the AAS degree in Fashion Design can transfer up to 16 vocational credits, along with general education credits, into the Iowa State University College of Human Services Major in Apparel Merchandising, Design, and Production.
  4. Simpson College
    Simpson offers a course-by-course plan so that a DMACC student completing the AAS or AA in Management can transfer into the Simpson BA in Management program on target to graduate in approximately two years of full-time study. Simpson also offers transfer into its BA in Marketing program for a DMACC student earning an AAS degree in Marketing.
  5. Upper Iowa University
    A DMACC student earning a degree in an AAS degree in Management is eligible to transfer into the Bachelor of Science Management program at Upper Iowa University. A student earning an AAS degree in Marketing is eligible to transfer into the Bachelor of Science Marketing program at Upper Iowa University.
  6. William Penn University
    A DMACC student earning a degree in Management or Marketing is eligible to transfer into the Bachelor of Arts in Technical Studies (BATS) program at William Penn University.