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Hawkeye Community College Transfers

Transfer your credits to UIU through our articulation agreement with Hawkeye Community College.

Articulation Agreement

Our articulation agreement means you can easily see how your credits at Hawkeye Community College match up at Upper Iowa University. You can transfer up to 78 credits from Hawkeye to get started on your UIU degree.

Review the Hawkeye transfer guide by course or by your specific program of study below to see which of your courses transfer to UIU. Then discuss your transfer plan with your admissions counselor.

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Transfer Guides by Academic Program

Hawkeye Associate Degree UIU Bachelor’s Degree
Accounting Accounting
Business Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Business Administration
Business Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Management
Business Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Marketing
Criminal Justice Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Criminal Justice
Emergency Medical Services Emergency & Disaster Management
Emergency Medical Services Public Administration / Emergency Management Emphasis
Graphic Design Graphic Design
Human Resources Management Human Resources Management
Information Systems Management Information Systems
Liberal Arts (AA) Health Services Administration / General Emphasis
Liberal Arts (AA) Software Engineer
Marketing Management Marketing
Marketing Management Marketing / Management Minor
Natural Resource Management Conservation Management (Fayette)
Network Administration & Engineering Information Technology
Nursing (ADN) Nursing, RN-BSN
Psychology Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Psychology
Sociology Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Social Science / Psychology Emphasis
Sociology Liberal Arts Transfer (AA) Social Science / Sociology Emphasis
Unspecified Elementary Education with Reading Endorsement (Fayette)
Unspecified Elementary Education with Reading Endorsement (Waterloo)
Unspecified PE – Health – Coaching
Unspecified Teacher Education Birth-Grade 3: Inclusive Settings (Waterloo)

Upper Iowa University reserves the right to change or correct this information in the event of error. Degree and graduation requirements are published in our catalogs. For more information on how to interpret the above agreement or apply it to your degree program, contact an advisor or a UIU representative.