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Transfer information for Private and Out-of State school partnerships

Transfer Articulation Information:

Students who complete the Associate of Arts degree or the Associate of Science degree at Yavapai College will be awarded a block of 60 credits toward one of the following APU Bachelor of Arts degrees: General Studies, Intelligence Studies, Management, Retail Management, and Security Management.

Students who complete the Associate of Business degree at Yavapai College will be awarded a block of 62 credits toward one of the following APU Bachelor of Arts degrees: Reverse Logistics Management, and Transportation & Logistics Management.


Ashford University

Ashford University

Transfer Articulation Information:

A completed AGEC Certificate from Yavapai College (whether embedded within an associate's degree or as a stand-alone certificate) will transfer as a block and will satisfy lower division general education requirements at Ashford University. Up to 90 credits of community college coursework can be accepted and applied toward an Ashford University degree. A minimum of 30 upper division credits must be completed at Ashford University to meet graduation requirements.


Chamberlain College of Nursing

Chamberlain College of Nursing

Transfer Articulation Information:

Graduates from Yavapai College with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Nursing and proof of RN licensure may be awarded up to 82 proficiency credit hours through the Chamberlain College of Nursing Articulation Plan (CCAP). This includes 37 liberal arts and sciences credits and 45 nursing credits.

Additional benefits offered by Chamberlain:

Yavapai College AAS Nursing graduates receive a waiver of the application fee and the education partner tuition rate, a 10% savings of current tuition rates.


Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Transfer Articulation Information:

While Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University does not currently have an articulation agreement with Yavapai College, you are encouraged to meet with an academic advisor to develop a plan of transferable coursework from YC that will fulfill requirements on your ERAU degree. We recommend that you meet with a Yavapai College advisor, then connect with an Embry-Riddle advisor as early as possible to develop a sound transfer plan.


Transfer Articulation Information:

Students who complete the Associate of Arts degree or the Associate of Science degree at Yavapai College may fulfill Grand Canyon University's General Education requirements. For all other students, a course-by-course evaluation will be required to determine transferability of general education or major coursework.

Additional benefits offered by GCU:

Students who have graduated with an associate's degree from Yavapai College (as well as YC faculty and staff) are eligible for an additional 10% tuition scholarship for programs at GCU. Interested students must complete a Memorandum of Understanding  for the scholarship as part of the GCU application process. More details are available at (855) 428-7981.


Transfer Articulation Information:

According to Northcentral University’s Tuition and Admissions webpage, students interested in NCU's undergraduate programs must submit proof of high school completion, such as a high school diploma or equivalent. Bachelor degree programs also require a transfer of at least 60 semester credits with a cumulative 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale from a regionally or nationally accredited institution, and fulfillment of all general education requirements prior to enrolling.

Additional benefits offered by Northcentral University:

Yavapai College faculty, staff and graduates qualify for a preferred tuition rate that is 10% less than the current published tuition rate.



Transfer Articulation Information:

All Yavapai College Associate degrees (AA, AAEE, ABus, AAFA, and AS) transfer 60 credits to WIU through a degree plan known as a Block Transfer. Students entering a Bachelor of Science degree program are guaranteed a minimum of 60 credits, and Bachelor of Arts degree program students are guaranteed 54 credits due to specific WIU program requirements.

AAS and AGS degree graduates may transfer 60 credits through an inverted transfer degree plan known as a Pathway. Pathways are treated as whole; the components are not examined separately to determine transferability. All credits are accepted and applied toward the Bachelor of Science in Business (BS.BUS) degree program only.