Albuquerque Campus

Bachelor of Science - Business Administration

Transfer Guide

Central New Mexico Community College Transfer Guide

Shortly, you will be completing your education at Central New Mexico Community College and are now interested in continuing your education by enrolling in the Accelerated Degree Completion Program at Lewis University. You have the unique opportunity to transfer your Associate Degree to Lewis University in a smooth and seamless manner through the Transfer Agreement with Central New Mexico Community College. It is strongly recommended that you discuss your career and college plans with an advisor or counselor both at Central New Mexico Community College and Lewis University. This will ensure an accurate transition into the Accelerated Degree Completion Program.

Admission Requirements

  • Should be 21 years of age.
  • Have earned a minimum of 12 semester (18 quarters) hours of transferable credit at a regionally accredited post-secondary institution;
  • Have earned a minimum of a 2.0 (4.0 scale) cumulative transfer GPA, based on all transferable courses to be considered for admission;

Transfer Requirements

  • Credits earned through PLA cannot be used for satisfying the transfer credit hour requirement for admission into an accelerated degree program.
  • Business course grades of C or higher will be accepted for transfer into the major.
  • Generally, a maximum of 72 credits from a community college may transferred
  • A consortium agreement allows Lewis and CNM to coordinate financial aid

How to Enroll

  • Complete the application at
  • Submit official transcripts for all college work and certifications. Transcripts should be mailed to:
        Lewis University
        2440 Louisiana Blvd., NE
        Albuquerque, NM 87110

  • Meet with an enrollment representative from Lewis University for Orientation.
Lewis University Central New Mexico
Community College
General Education Courses
LN111 College Writing I ENG 1101 College Writing
LN112 College Writing II ENG 1102 Analytic and Argumentative Writing
LK112 Introduction to Human Communication COMM 1130 Public Speaking
LG230 Finite Mathematics MATH 1210 Methods of Problem Solving -OR- MATH 1315 College Algebra
Natural Science: (2 courses, no labs) ANTH 1150 Evolutionary Anthropology
ASTR 1010 Introduction to Astronomy
ASTR 1110 Introduction to Astronomy II
BIO 1010 Biology for Non-Majors
BIO 1110 Environmental Science
CHEM 1410 Introduction to Chemistry
CHEM 1710 General Chemistry I
CHEM 2210 Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
GEOG 1101 Physical Geography
PHYS 1010 Introduction to Physics
PHYS 1510 Physics I
PHYS 1710 General Physics I
Social Science:
LE200 Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
2 additional courses with at least 3 credits outside of ECON
ECON 2200 Macroeconomics (grade of “C” or better to transfer)
ANTH 1101 Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 1120 Archaeology: Discovering our Past
ANTH 1130 Cultures of the World
ECON 1101 Introduction to Economics
GEOG 2201 World Regional Geography
HIST 1101 Western Civilization I
HIST 1102 Western Civilization II
HIST 1161 History of United States I
HIST 1162 History of United States II
PSCI 1110The Political World
PSCI 2200 US Politics
PSCI 2210 State and Local Politics
PSY 1105 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 2220 Developmental Psychology PSY 2271 Social Psychology
SOC 1101 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 2211 Social Problems
SOC 2225 Sociology of Family
SOC 2235 Sociology of Gender
Fine Arts/Humanities: (3 courses in at least 2 areas)
ENG 1150 Study of Literature
ENG 2206 Popular Literature: Detective Novel
ENG 2207 Popular Literature: Science Fiction
ENG 2208 Popular Literature: Espionage Fiction
ENG 2209 Popular Literature: Western
ENG 2210 Film as Literature
ENG 2251 Introduction to Dramatic Literature
ENG 2252 Introduction to Shakespeare
GNH 1121 General Honors: The Ancient Legacy
GNH 1122 General Honors: The Modern Legacy
GNH 2221 Understanding Evil
HUM 1111 Cultures of Civ Ancient to Renaissance
HUM 1121 Cultures of Civ Renaissance to Present
PHIL 1110 Introduction to Philosophical Thought
PHIL 1156 Logic and Critical Thinking
RLGN 1107 Living World Religions
RLGN 2240 Ancient Religions
RLGN 2263 Eastern Religions

Fine Arts:
ARTH 1101 Introduction to Art
ARTH 2200 Women in Art
ARTH 2201 History of Art I
ARTH 2202 History of Art II
ARTH 2250 Modern Art
ARTH 2251 Art of the American Southwest
ARTH 2260 Architectural History
ENG 2213 Film Genres: Comedy
ENG 2214 Film Genres: Film Noir
ENG 2215 Film Genres: Hitchcock/Kubrik
ENG 2216 Film Genres: World Cinema
MUS 1139 Early Music Appreciation
MUS 1140 Modern Music Appreciation
MUS 1172 Introduction to Jazz
THEA 1122 Introduction to Theatre
Mission-Based Courses:
LY330 Ethics
3 credits in Theology
LC290 Cultural Diversity in American Society
PHIL 1102 Ethics in Society
No equivalent
No equivalent

Lewis University Central New Mexico
Community College
Foundation Courses
All of the following courses require a grade of “C” or better to transfer
LA120 Accounting for Managers
ACCT 1110 Accounting I
ACCT 1111 Accounting IA
  ACCT 1112 Accounting IB
LA121 Principles of Accountancy II
ACCT 1210 Accounting II
LB200 Principles of Management and Leadership
BA 1133 Principles of Management
LB250 Business Law I
BA 2240 Business Law
LB300 Business Communication in the Digital Age
No equivalency
61-3911 Introduction to Business Ethics
No equivalency
LE201 Basic Microeconomics
ECON 2201 Microeconomics
LF200 Finance for Managers
FIN 2210 Finance
LG200 Introduction to Information Systems
IT 1010 Introduction to computers
CIS 1160 Introduction to Information Management
    CIS 1170 Excel Fundamentals
    CIS 1180 Access Fundamentals
    CIS 1187 FrontPage Complete
LG349 Statistics for the Decision Maker
No equivalency
LG350 Decision Science
No equivalency
LM200 Principles of Marketing
BA 2222 Principles of Marketing
Major Courses
All of the following courses require a grade of "C" or better to transfer
LE330 Government and Business
No equivalency
LB360 Human Resource Management
BA 2238 Human Resource Management
LB375 Organizational Behavior
BA 2234 Organizational Behavior
LB420 International Business
No equivalency
LB450 Current Issues in Mgt/Business Ethics
No equivalency

No equivalency
LB355 Service Management or
No equivalency
LB 380 Supervisory Management
No equivalency
General Electives
25 credits in any area Any course except remedial courses


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