Transfer Students

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Admission Requirements

Miami's Farmer School of Business is annually recognized as one of the nation's best undergraduate business schools. Academically talented students who wish to transfer from another accredited college or university may apply for admission. The requirements for admission to the Farmer School of Business are:

  • 30 earned credit hours of post-high school college or university transfer work
  • 3.5 GPA in all graded credit hours of post-high school college or university transfer work
  • Completion of MTH 151 and ECO 201 equivalents (via AP, post-secondary, or university courses)

Upon admission to the Farmer School, students will pay tuition and fees set by Miami University, as well as an additional per-credit hour business surcharge for most business courses. For detailed information, visit the Office of the Bursar.

Schedule a Visit

Transfer students can schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor to discuss the requirements for admission to the Farmer School of Business, review transfer work, and answer any questions. Please call Kanisha Boleware,, 513-529-1712 at least 7 days in advance for scheduling.

You should request an unofficial evaluation of your transfer work prior to meeting with an advisor. You can contact the Registrar's Office at or 513-529-8703 to have your courses evaluated. Additionally, you may use the website to view course equivalencies.

  1. Visit (formerly or and create a free account.
  2. Enter the name of the school where you have taken or plan to take a course.
  3. Select the term and year.
  4. Enter the department name of the course.
  5. Click the plus sign (+) to add the course. It will appear on the right.
  6. Click on the "Find schools that accept my coursework" button.
  7. Select Miami University from the list.
  8. Your equivalencies will display in the match tab. If the course ends in T**, it is not a Miami equivalent. If Miami University does not appear in the list of schools, the course has not been evaluated before.

For your information

  • Oxford Campus Map
  • Visitors can request a Visitor Parking Permit through Miami University Parking and Transportation. With a permit, visitors can park in any lot on campus (meters must be paid). Alternatively, visitors may park in the North Campus Garage without a permit. The cost is $1.50 for the first hour and $1 for each additional hour.

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