Matriculation to BBA Program
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Emory College and Oxford College students are eligible to enter the BBA Program once they have completed the BBA pre-requisites and at least 30 hours of academic credit on the Atlanta Campus and all Associate's degree requirements on the Oxford Campus. Students file an intent to matrciulate in the semester prior to the one in which you intend to start the BBA program.
To be eligible to matriculate, students from Emory College must have attained 30 hours (exclusive of PE, PACE, and health) by the time of matriculation. Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate credit hours count towards this total. Oxford College applicants must have completed their Associate of Arts by the time of enrollment.
Current Emory and Oxford College students should register as pre-BBAs to stay informed on pre-BBA admissions information and events.
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