UB and Carroll Community College have partnered together to make your transfer process easier.
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Not sure which major at Carroll to purse? Or which program at UB to enroll in? Use this chart to help you determine your path. Additional pathways may exist; work with an admission or academic adviser to choose the option that works best for you.
Graduate and Law School Options
UB has multiple opportunities to continue your studies with one of our graduate programs or by enrolling at our Law School.
The University of Baltimore offers many accelerated bachelor’s to master’s options that let you take up to 9 graduate credits that “double count” toward both degrees—saving you time and money! Get a head start on your graduate degree while saving up to $9,000. Or, learn more about our pre-law options that also save you time and money.
Students interested in transferring to UB should consider applying for the Bee Line program.
Students who do not, or did not complete a degree at Carroll can participate in the reverse transfer program, which allows you to transfer credits from UB back to Carrollto earn your degree.
UB offers merit-based scholarships for students with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA. No financial forms are required. Complete our online form to identify how much you may be receive. Students with high merit, a 3.9 cumulative GPA or higher, who intended to complete their associate's degree, may wish to apply for the Wilson Scholarship.
Included in this section are links to some of our most popular web pages and frequently asked for content.
Students studying on an F1 Visa are encouraged to speak with an international admission counselor to learn more about our international services and opportunities.
Meet Jim Shea, your Senior Admission Counselor for International Students
Hometown: Pawtucket, RI
Your Admission Counselor / Consejero de Admisiones
Your designated admission counselor can help you with applying, learning about scholarships, getting a transcript evaluation, and taking the next steps towards enrolling.