MATC AAS Business Management to UWM BBA General Business

The Business Management AAS degree at MATC teaches students how to plan operations, organize resources, meet goals and control business processes. Coursework covers business concepts such as:

  • Supervision
  • Business communications
  • Office technologies
  • Human resources
  • Marketing

The General Business BBA at UWM builds on that broad approach with business core and foundations courses. Students choose their own focus in the major. 

Both programs emphasize:

  • Practical communication skills
  • Problem solving
  • Critical thinking
  • Interpersonal relations

The transfer pathway below follows the articulation agreement between MATC’s AAS in Business Management & related BBA degrees at UWM. To have as many courses transfer as possible, follow the course substitutions marked with an asterisk. 

The Lubar College of Business offers other BBA degrees that follow the same agreement:

Follow the links above for transfer guides for these other majors. Or visit the Transfer Guide webpage for a full list and other transfer information. 

For more information about business transfer pathways between MATC and UWM, fill out the below form:


MATC Courses and the UWM Equivalent

MATC CourseCreditsUWM CourseUWM Requirement
ENG-201 English 1*3ENGLISH 101Elective/Prereq for ENGLISH 102
SPEECH-201 Elements of Speech 1*3COMMUN 103Business Foundations
ECON-202 Microeconomics*3ECON 103Business Foundations
MATH-200 Intermediate Algebra*4MATH 105Quantitative Literacy – Part A
SOCSCI-197 Contemporary American Society3SOCIOL 102Social Science GER
PSYCH-199 Psychology of Human Relations3PSYCH XSSocial Science GER
ECON-202 Macroeconomics (Elective)*3ECON 104Business Foundations
MATH-211 Survey in Calculus & Analytical Geometry*4MATH 211Business Foundations/Quantitative Literacy – Part B
ENG-208 Technical Communications*3ENGLISH 206Oral & Written Communications – Part B (Part A met with grade of C or better)
BADM-106 MS Office for Business Apps3BUS ADM 230Business Foundations – must take free Lubar bridge course after transfer to earn equivalency
BADM-134 Business Organization & Management3BUS ADM 100Business Admin elective
ACCTG-111 Accounting 14BUS ADM XBusiness Admin elective
BADM-192 Risk Management & Insurance3BUS ADM XBusiness Admin elective
MKTG-102 Marketing Principles3BUS ADM 360Business Core
BADM-104 Business Statistics3BUS ADM 210Business Core – must take free Lubar bridge course after transfer to earn equivalency
LOGMGT-146 Operations Management*3BUS ADM 370Business Core
BADM-165 Legal Environment of Business3BUS ADM 391Business Core
BADM-120 Business Analysis3BUS ADM XBusiness Admin elective
BADM-155 Management Principles3BUS ADM XBusiness Admin elective
AAS Degree CompletionBUS ADM 330Business Core – requirement met, no additional credit awarded
Total MATC Credits60
*Recommended substitution or elective

UWM Courses to Fulfill Bachelor’s Degree Requirements

UWM CourseCreditsUWM Requirement
Language other than English0-8May be met by two years of high school or two semesters of college
Various course options3Art GER
Various course options6Humanities GER
Various course options6-7Natural Science GER – one course with lab
May be met by approved Art or Humanities course0-3Cultural Diversity GER
BUS ADM 201 Intro to Financial Accounting4Business Foundations
BUS ADM 202 Managerial Accounting3Business Core
BUS ADM 300 Career & Professional Development1Business Core
BUS ADM 350 Principles of Finance3Business Core
BUS ADM 600 Management Analysis3Business Core
Approved upper-division BUS ADM course3Business Core – International Business Requirement
BUS ADM 393 Business Ethics, Social Responsibility, & Sustainability3General Business Major
BUS ADM 446 Leadership & Team Building3General Business Major
Competency Areas coursework – varies18General Business Major – chosen from 2-3 areas
Coursework as needed to reach 1204General elective
Total UWM Credits60
Total MATC & UWM Credits120