Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri

Transfer of Division

Transferring to Business From Another Division

If you are a current Mizzou student active in another division, your first step in transferring into the Trulaske College of Business is to attend a Transfer of Division session to learn more about the Trulaske College of Business and the requirements needed to transfer in. At these sessions, you will hear a short presentation from a college of business advisor and then have an opportunity to meet one on one with an Advisor. During this meeting, you can fill out the Transfer of Division paperwork if you meet the requirements and talk through classes and any questions that you may have.

These sessions occur twice a week, with some exceptions. During the fall & spring semesters they occur every Tuesday at 3:15pm and Thursday at 9:30am, both in 112 Cornell Hall. During the summer (June 4 - August 8) they occur twice a week: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:00pm, both in 112 Cornell Hall. Register in advance through MU Connect or contact the Advising Office if you plan to attend.

In order to register for a session, please follow these steps:

  • Go to and log on to Canvas.
  • Select the “MU Connect” tab on the bottom left of the page.
  • Select the tab “Services” and search for “College of Business Undergraduate Advising Office”. Click on this title.
  • In the lower right hand corner, select Schedule Online.
  • Click on the date you would like to sign-up for and then scroll down on the right hand side to find the time available.
  • Click “Sign Up” and follow the prompts to complete the process.

If you are having problems signing up please stop by 111 Cornell Hall or call 573-882-7073

Transfer Guidelines for Business & Accountancy:

1. Option A: 3.0 GPA and have COMPLETED Math 1100 & English 1000 - Can complete all upper level business requirements by two semesters.

2. Option B (In-Progress)



29 credits & below

2.2 GPA (All FTC during first semester)

30-44 credits

2.4 GPA and Math 1100

45-59 credits

2.6 GPA and Math 1100, Math 1300 or Math 1400, Econ 1014 or 1015

60 credits

2.6 GPA and All Upper Level Requirements

Transfer of Division - International Students:

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):

  • Paper-based: 550
  • Internet-based: 79