The University of Baltimore has partnered with Ana G. Mendez University to help its students complete a degree.
Si desea hablar con un consejero de admision en español, por favor de comunicarse con Elio Cruz, Consejero de Admisiones.
Students interested in transferring from Ana G. Mendez University (Capital Area Campus) will benefit from a new agreement signed by both institutions. Students are eligible to transfer into any of our majors, but we suggest the following program pathways:
|UAGM Degree||Recommended UB Degree|
|B.S. Community Health||B.A. Interdisciplinary Studies, B.S. Human Services Administration, B.S. Health Management|
|B.A. Psychology||B.A. Psychology|
|B.B.A. Accounting||B.S. Business Administration, all specializations and concentrations|
|B.B.A. Management||B.S. Business Administration, all specializations and concentrations|
|B.B.A. Marketing||B.S. Business Administration, all specializations and concentrations|
|B.A. Criminal Justice||B.S. Criminal Justice, B.S. Forensic Studies/Police Science|
|B.S. Health Service Management||B.S. Health Management|
|B.B.A. Computer Information Systems||B.S. Information System and Technology Management, B.S. Applied Information Technology|
First-time Undergraduate students (0-29 credits) will be admitted into our first-time undergraduate program.
As part of the agreement, students who wish to attend UB must:
- sign an intent to transfer form, as provided by UAGM
- meet all admission requirements to UB and, if required, into the degree program
- apply to the University of Baltimore (first-time undergraduates or transfer; an application fee waiver can be provided)
- submit transcripts from UAGM, which can be sent to UB for free (and any other institutions attended).
For first-time undergraduate students: letters of recommendation and a resume will also be required. No SAT/ACT scores are required. Due to the nature of this agreement and the declaration of a national pandemic, UB will accept, as official for admission purposes, high school transcripts previously submitted to CAC.
In addition, students:
- applying as first-time undergraduates (0-29 earned college-level coursework) will be reviewed for admission on a space-available basis
- will be eligible to receive financial aid and scholarships, if applicable (The FAFSA form is required if interested in federal financial aid programs.)
- will pay UB tuition and fees, as applicable
- must meet all major, graduation and general education requirements prior to receiving the bachelor's degree
- can use GI Bill, VA Benefits or tuition assistance, if applicable.
See how courses will transfer, and check back regularly as courses are updated.
Sign up for a UAGM-specific transfer information session or office hours! To attend a Drop in Session, please contact a member of the UAGM CAC team or email Elio Cruz.
|Drop-in Session with a UB Admission Counselor||Friday, October 9, 11 - 12:30 p.m.|
|Information Session||Tuesday, October 13, 2 - 3 p.m.|
|Drop-in Session with a UB Admission Counselor||Wednesday, October 14, 3 - 4 p.m.|
|Drop-in Session with a UB Admission Counselor||Monday, October 19, 3:30 - 5 p.m.|
|Drop-in Session with a UB Admission Counselor||Wednesday, November 4, 4:30 - 6 p.m.|
|Information Session||Wednesday, November 11, 5 - 6 p.m.|
|Drop-in Session with at UB Admission Counselor||Wednesday, December 2, 2 - 3 p.m.|
|Information Session||Thursday, December 3, 4 - 5 p.m.|
To begin the admission process, please reach out to Elio Cruz, an admission counselor, for information.