Completing your degree has never been easier. At AIB, you'll benefit from diverse program offerings, highly qualified instructors, a well-connected career services team and learning options that include dayblended and online classes.

Admission requirements

Prospective students interested in applying for admission to AIB will need to submit an application and other required documentation. Students may apply online or request an application from the AIB Admissions Office.
  • Submit an application to the AIB Admissions Office.

  • Submit an official copy of your college transcript. Transcripts can be mailed to:
    AIB College of Business
    Attn: Admissions
    2500 Fleur Dr
    Des Moines, IA 50321

  • A GPA above 2.0 with 12 or more college credits is required for acceptance. 

Available majors

Blended/Evening Students:
Business Administration

Business Administration

Online Students:
Business Administration
All but Athletic Coaching, Human Resources Management and Marketing

Athletic Coaching
Business Administration
Financial Services
Human Resources Management
International Business
Sports and Event Management

*Not all minors are available for every major.  Talk to an Admissions Executive for more information.

Course Equivalency see how your completed college courses transfer to AIB  
Transfer College Scholarship Options 
Articulation Agreements

AIB College of Business has Articulation Agreements* with the following colleges:

  • Des Moines Area Community College
  • Eastern Iowa Community College District
  • Hawkeye Community College
  • Indian Hills Community College
  • Iowa Central Community College
  • Iowa Lakes Community College
  • Iowa Valley Community College District
  • Iowa Western Community College
  • Kirkwood Community College
  • North Iowa Area Community College
  • Northeast Iowa Community College
  • Northwest Iowa Community College
  • Southeastern Community College
  • Southwestern Community College
  • Western Iowa Tech Community College
*AIB College of Business also accepts transfer credit from regionally accredited associate degree-granting colleges that do not have an articulation agreement with AIB.