The A2BW Program is a transfer agreement that gives you maximum credit from your Associate degree and streamlines completion of your Bachelor degree at BW.
If you've earned an Associate degree from a regionally accredited college or university, we've got great news for you! The A2BW Program (Associate to Bachelor at BW) recognizes all the credit you've earned in your Associate degree and sets you on a direct path to completing your Bachelor degree.
Qualifying Associate Degrees. Must be earned from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States.
- Associate of Arts
- Associate of Science
- Associate of Applied Business
- Associate of Applied Science
Choose any major and minor at BW.
Baldwin Wallace University offers more than 50 majors and minors leading to the BA, BS, BSEd and BM degrees. Some programs leading to professional licensure, accreditation or that have program-based standards (e.g., education, communication disorders, conservatory of music and some heath/physical education majors) may require that A2BW students complete additional requirements.
Guaranteed Junior Standing at Baldwin Wallace.
A maximum of 62 credits transfer to BW from two year colleges for an Associate's degree. You'll work with a BW academic advisor to plan your remaining coursework toward graduation.
You may have already met some major and minor requirements at BW. All course equivalencies in your associate degree program will transfer to BW toward major, minor and core requirements.
Your BW Core courses may already be complete.
Using the Ohio Transfer Module as a guide, A2BW students must have a minimum 24 transferable credits from these disciplines: English, mathematics, arts/humanities, social and behavioral sciences and natural sciences.
If your Associate degree doesn't include 24 credits from these areas, talk to an academic advisor to plan whether it's best to complete additional coursework before transferring or at Baldwin Wallace.
Complete your bachelor's degree at BW's main campus in Berea, OH or at Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights.