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1 COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSFER BOOKLET Thank you for considering Metropolitan State University of Denver as you plan to further your education! This Transfer Booklet is designed for students attending public Colorado community colleges and will provide you with transfer guides which outline the courses that transfer into specific bachelor degrees at MSU Denver. This booklet is only printed once annually and is subject to change. Electronic versions of these transfer guides are updated regularly and can be found at msudenver.edu/transferguides. A few things to remember about transferring your college credit to MSU Denver: Transfer credit is only accepted from institutions that are regionally accredited. You may transfer up to 64 credits from a two-year institution, up to 90 credits from a four-year institution, or up to 90 credits from a combination of two-year and four-year institutions. A grade of C- or better must be earned in each course to consider it for transfer. Courses must have similar content to courses or subjects offered at MSU Denver. Your GPA at MSU Denver will not include your grades from any previous institution. The Transfer Services Office At MSU Denver, transfer students represent over 50% of new students each year. The Transfer Services Office is here to help you smoothly transition into a four-year program. We know that you may have unique questions and needs regarding your transfer process, so our counselors are available for both walk-ins and appointments in order to: Guide you in choosing appropriate courses while you are attending another college or university. Assist you with admission requirements and the application process. Provide preliminary evaluation of transfer credit, so you will know how your courses will transfer. Connect you with an advisor so you can complete your degree as efficiently as possible. Serve as a liaison for transfer students. Location: Student Success Building, Suite 180 Telephone: Fax: Web site:

2 COMMUNITY COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES TRANSFER TO-DO LIST Kate Burns Lamar Community College Otero Junior College Pikes Peak Community College Red Rocks Community College Josh Gabrielson Aims Community College Community College of Denver Audrey Jones Community College of Aurora Colorado Mountain College Colorado Northwestern Community College 1. Meet with an MSU Denver Transfer Counselor 2. Submit your online application at msudenver.edu/apply 3. Request official transcripts from all your previous colleges. If you have fewer than 30 transferrable credits, official high school transcripts or official GED scores are required. Metropolitan State University of Denver Office of Admissions Campus Box 16, PO Box Denver, CO Once you receive your notice of admission, follow these steps to enrollment at admissions/after Max Morgan Arapahoe Community College Morgan Community College Northeastern Junior College Pueblo Community College Trinidad State Junior College Morgan Raleigh Front Range Community College

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Statewide Guaranteed Transfer Program page 2 II. MSU Denver Institutional Transfer Guides page 3 Africana Studies B.A. Biochemistry B.S. Chicana/o Studies Computer Science B.S. Environmental Science B.S. Health Care Management B.S. Hospitality, Tourism & Events B.A. Human Development B.A. Human Nutrition B.S. Human Performance & Sport B.S. Human Services B.S. Industrial Design B.S. Integrated Health Care B.S. Journalism B.A Land Use B.A./B.S. Linguistics B.A. Meteorology B.S. Recreation Professions B.A. Social Work B.S Speech Communication B.A. Technical Communications B.S. Women s Studies B.A. III. MSU Denver Individualized Degree Program page 12 IV. Credit for Prior Learning page 12 V. Statewide Articulation Agreements & Other Transfer Agreements page 12 Anthropology Art (Studio) (B.A.) Art History Biology (B.S.) Business Accounting Computer Information Systems Finance Management Marketing Chemistry B.S. Communication (Organizational Concentration) Criminal Justice Economics English Engineering Civil Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology French History Mathematics Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology B.A. Sociology Spanish Theatre B.A. VI. MSU Denver Advising Guides page 18 Athletic Training Aviation & Aerospace Management Aviation & Aerospace Science Human Performance/Sport Sport Industry Op Human Services Industrial Design VII. MSU Denver Nursing page 20 Accelerated Nursing Option (ANO) Traditional Nursing Option (TNO) Dual Enrollment Pathway (RN to BSN) VIII. MSU Denver Teacher Education Licensure page 21 Early Childhood Education Licensure Elementary Education Licensure Secondary Education Licensure K-12 Education Licensure Special Education Licensure IX. MSU Denver General Studies Course List page 25 X. Index page 30 1

4 I. Statewide Guaranteed Transfer Program GT Pathways Curriculum Colorado s Statewide Guaranteed Transfer Program is a set of general education courses that are guaranteed to transfer to MSU Denver and apply to your general education, major, minor, or elective requirements. COMMUNICATION (GT-C01, C02, and C03) 6 credits (Choose one course sequence below): C01 and C02 ENG 121 and 122 C02 and C03 ENG 122 and ENG 201 OR ENG 122 and HIS 265 MATHEMATICS (GT-MA1) 3 credits MAT 120, 121, 122, 123, 125, 135, 166, 201, 202, 203, 204, 215, 261, 265 ARTS & HUMANITIES 6 credits Arts & Expression (GT-AH1) ART 110, 111, 112, 207; DAN 125 MUS 120, 121, 122, 123, 125 THE 105, 108, 211, 212, 215 Literature & Humanities (GT-AH2) HUM 115, 121, 122, 123 LIT 115, 201, 202, 205, 211, 212, 221, 222, 225, 246, 259, 268 Ways of Thinking (GT- AH3) PHI 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 205, 214, 218, 220 Foreign Languages (GT-AH4) FRE 211, 212, GER 211, 212, ITA 211, 212, JPN 211, 212, RUS 211, 212, SPA 211, 212 History (GT-HI1) 3 credits HIS 101, 102, 111, 112, 121, 122, 203, 205, 207, 208, 215, 218, 225, 235, 236, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 249, 250, 251, 255, 259, 260 SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 3 credits Economics or Political Systems (GT-SS1) AGE 102 ECO 101, 201, 202, 211, 245 POS 105, 111, 125, 205, 215, 225 Geography (GT-SS2) GEO 105, 106 Human Behavior, Culture, or Social Frameworks (GT-SS3) AGR 260 ANT 101, 102, 103, 104, 107, 108, 201, 215, 225, 250 COM 220 CRJ 110 ETH 200 JOU 105 PSY 101, 102, 205, 217, 226, 227, 235, 238, 240, 249, 265 SOC 101, 102, 205, 207, 215, 216, 218, 220, 231, 237 WST 200, 225, 240, 249 MSU Denver requires two Social & Behavioral Science courses in specific categories as described on pages 28 and 29 of this booklet. NATURAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCES (GT-SC1, GT-SC2) 7 credits Complete two courses, one of which must be a laboratory based course SC1 AGY 240 ANT 111 AST 101, 102 BIO 104, 105, 111, 112, 201, 202, 204, 208, 220, 221 CHE 101, 102, 105, 111, 112 ENV 101 GEO 111, 112 GEY 111, 112, 135 MET 150 NRE 251 PHY 105, 107, 111, 112, 211, 212 SCI 155, 156 SC2 AST 150, 160 BIO 103, 116 ENV 110 GEY 108 SCI 105 Speech Requirement* (Select one course) COM 115, COM 125 *This is a Colorado community college system requirement in addition to the state guaranteed general education transfer courses. 2

5 II. MSU DENVER INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFER GUIDES Below is the list of MSU Denver majors that have transfer guides that do not have a statewide transfer plan. Students should complete an A.A. or A.S. degree at the community college that include the courses listed in the appropriate MSU Denver transfer plan prior to transferring. To be eligible for the CCHE guaranteed transfer program, all required courses listed under a student s selected major must be satisfactorily completed as part of the AA/AS degree within the 60 semester hours maximum. See your MSU Denver representative for additional information. If you do not see your degree program listed below, please visit one of the following sections in this booklet: Colorado Statewide Transfer Agreements: pg. 12 MSU Denver Advising Guides (plans that may require transferring before an associate s degree): pg. 18 Nursing Degree Options: pg. 20 Education Licensure Programs: pg. 21 Find Transfer Guides online: msudenver.edu/transferguides. Please note that students may NOT use courses having the same prefix as their major discipline or cross listed with their major discipline to satisfy General Studies Arts and Humanities; Historical; Natural and Physical Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences I; Social and Behavioral Sciences II; or Global Diversity requirements. Africana Studies B.A. Biochemistry B.S. Chicana/o Studies Computer Science B.S. Environmental Science B.S. Health Care Management B.S. Hospitality, Tourism & Events B.A. Human Development B.A. Human Nutrition B.S. Human Performance & Sport B.S. Human Services B.S. Industrial Design B.S. Integrated Health Care B.S. Journalism B.A Land Use B.A./B.S. Linguistics B.A. Meteorology B.S. Recreation Professions B.A. Social Work B.S Speech Communication B.A. Technical Communications B.S. Women s Studies B.A. Degree programs with this symbol mean that this degree program is accredited by a specialized accrediting body that has strict standards for the curriculum. Students interested in obtaining an Associate degree and then transferring to MSU Denver to complete a Bachelor s degree in this program should seek advising from MSU Denver faculty early in their Associate degree program and take extra care with course selection. SELECTING GENERAL STUDIES COURSES: For each General Studies category listed as a part of each degree plan, select courses from the corresponding guaranteed transfer (gtpathways) categories on pg. 2 unless otherwise indicated. AH1, AH2, AH3, AH4. HI1 One course from SS1 or SS2 and one course from SS3 SC1 At least one course must have a laboratory Courses: Additional courses that may be selected to complete an Associate s degree. It is recommended to speak with your academic advisor before completing these courses. 3

6 AFRICANA STUDIES ENG 121 & 122 (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required. (6 credits) Two gtpathways Social & from GT-SS1 or GT-SS2, and one second Cannot select an Africana Studies course. Speech/Oral COM 115 or COM One course intended to ETH 212 Courses: elective credits Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting elective courses towards a minor. (303) BIOCHEMISTRY MAT 121 *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. BIO 111 Choose one of the following sequences: PHY 111, 112 (Algebra-based) PHY 211, 212 (Calculus-based) Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to BIO 112 CHE 111, 112 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 1-2 elective credits CHICANA/O STUDIES (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required. Cannot select a Chicana/o Studies course. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to ETH 224 Courses: elective credits Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting elective courses towards a minor. (303)

7 COMPUTER SCIENCE MAT 121 or 166 *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. Select one of the following course sequences: BIO 111, 112 CHE 111, 112 PHY 211, 212 *To complete an AS, select one additional course from GT-SC1 Speech/Oral COM One course intended to CSC 160; ENG 131 MAT 201, 202 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 0-1 elective credits ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Ecological Restoration, Environmental Chemistry, and Multidisciplinary Concentrations only. MAT 121 or MAT 166 or MAT 201 (6 credits) Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. CHE 111 CHE 112 GEY 111 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to BIO 111, 112 ENV 101 MAT 135 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 0-1 elective credits HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required. Note: to pursue a pre-healthcare minor, please contact an MSU Denver advisor for help in choosing Natural & Physical Science courses: ECO 201 or POS 105 ECO 202 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to ACC 121, MAR 216, MAT 135 Electives: 9-11 credits Students must complete some courses towards a minor. Contact an MSU academic advisor for help selecting courses. (303) Note: MSU Denver agrees to accept a block of 24 credit hours in health occupation coursework from Colorado community colleges in lieu of a minor. 5

8 HOSPITALITY, TOURISM & EVENTS MAT 135 *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. HWE 100 and One additional course from GT-SC1. Social & Behavioral Sciences ECO 201 and One additional course from GT-SS3. Speech/Oral COM 115 or COM One course intended to ACC 121 HOS 110, 121, 141, 207, 219, 256 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: No additional electives required. HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required. Cannot Select courses with PSY prefix. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to PSY 101, 102, 235 HWE 100 Courses: 4-11 elective credits (See next column for additional information) HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Cont. NOTE: While the Human Development major does not require specific general studies courses, if you are planning to seek educational licensure you should follow the specific articulation agreement for the education licensure you are seeking. 1. NOTE: The Human Development major encourages students to complete the following courses at MSU Denver to receive upper division credit (UD). If these courses are completed at a Colorado community college, where a lower division version is offered, they will not transfer in with upper division credit. MSU Denver CCC Course PSY 3250 PSY 238 Child Psych Child Development PSY 3240 ECE 111 Infancy Infant/Toddler Theory & Practice PSY 3400 ECE 260 Psychology of Exceptional Child the Exceptional Child 6

9 HUMAN PERFORMANCE & SPORT (Adult Fitness/ Exercise Science) (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. BIO 111, 201, 202 PSY 101 and One additional course from GT-SS1 or GT-SS2 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to HWE 100, 136 PSY 226 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 2-11 elective credits Recommended: HPE 231 EMS 115 INTEGRATIVE HEALTH CARE (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. BIO 111, 201, 202 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to CHE 111; HPR 178; MAT 135 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 0-11 elective credits Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting elective courses towards a minor. (303) JOURNALISM Convergent Journalism Concentration Magazine Concentration Public Relations Concentration (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required. Cannot be a course with JOU prefix. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to JOU 105, 106, 206, 221 Courses: 5-11 elective credits Recommended: JOU 102 7

10 LAND USE (BACHELOR OF ARTS) Urban Land Use Planning MAT 121 *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to GEY 111 or GEO 111 ENV 101 GEO 106 MAT 135 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 1-10 elective credits LAND USE (BACHELOR OF SCIENCE) Environment and Resources, Geology, Geographic Info Systems MAT 121 GEY 111 OR GEO 111 Two additional courses in sequence selected from GT-SC1. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to MAT 135 Choose one of the following based on your concentration: ENV 101 (Env. Resources and GIS) GEY 112 (Geology) Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 4-13 elective credits LINGUISTICS (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credits minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to Linguistics majors are required to take at least 6 credits of a single foreign language at/above the 200-level (211, 212 and higher). (The language courses must contain grammar.) Courses: 8-17 elective credits Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting elective courses towards a minor. (303)

11 METEOROLOGY MAT 201 (prerequisites may be required.) PHY 211 PHY 212 CHE 111 Social & Behavioral Science: Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to CSC 160 MAT 202, 203 Courses: 3 elective credits Recommended: MET 150 **Taking this course will give a student a total of 61 credits. All 61 will transfer to MSU Denver, and a student will be able to finish a bachelor s degree in Meteorology within an additional 59 credits. HUMAN NUTRITION DIETETICS (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. (6 credits) Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. BIO 201, 202 and One course from the following: CHE 101 or 111 or 112 SOC 101 ECO 202 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to BIO 111 CHE 208 HWE 100 MAT 135 Courses: 3-4 elective credits Recommended: HPR 178 RECREATION PROFESSIONS (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credit minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Note: Therapeutic Recreation students should include BIO 111 PSY 101 One additional course from GT-SS1 or GT-SS2. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to REC 100, 220 PSY 102, 235 Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Courses: 0-12 elective credits Recommended: MAN 226 MAR 216 9

12 SOCIAL WORK (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. BIO 105 and One additional course from Natural & Physical Sciences SC1 category page 2 *To complete an AS, two additional courses in a sequence are needed instead of one. POS 111 PSY 101 Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to PSY 102; SWK 100; COM 220 Courses: 4-12 elective credits Note: The Social Work major requires an additional application process to the general university application for undergraduate admission. Please contact the Department of Social Work for further advising to assure you are prepared to apply to the program: (303) SPEECH COMMUNICATION (For Organizational Communication see pg. 14) (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required (7 credit minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Speech/Oral COM One course intended to Courses: elective credits Recommended: COM 125, 217 Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting courses towards a minor (303) SPEECH, LANGUAGE, & HEARING SCIENCES MAT 121 *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required BIO 111 and One additional course from Natural & Physical Sciences SC-1 or SC-2 categories see page 2 *To complete an AS, two additional courses in a sequence are needed instead of one. Speech/Oral COM One course intended to BIO 201 CMD 160, 265, 266 Courses: 3-10 elective credits Recommended: ASL 121 PSY

13 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION Interactive Media Production, Social Media, Technical Writing and Editing, Video Production Concentrations (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required. (7 credit minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Social & Behavioral Sciences I: JOU 105 One additional course from GT-SS3. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to ENG 131 (Tech Writing & Social Media Conc. only) MGD 104, 164 (Video Conc. only) Courses: 9-21 elective credits Visit msudenver.edu/transferguides for recommended courses based on your concentration. Note: Contact an MSU Denver academic advisor for help selecting courses towards a minor (303) WOMEN S STUDIES (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. *To complete an AA, 9 credits are required (7 credit minimum) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. *To complete an AS, a 12 credit minimum is required Speech/Oral COM One course intended to WMS 200 HIS 205 Elective & Recommended Courses: elective credits Note: Contact an MSU Denver advisor for help in selecting courses towards a minor:

14 III. MSU Denver Individualized Degree Program The Individualized Degree Program (IDP) offers students the opportunity to propose a major or minor specifically designed to meet their educational goals when those goals cannot be met by formal curricula described in the University catalog. Students interested in this option are invited to contact the Center for Individualized Learning at or IV. Credit for Prior Learning What is Prior Learning? Prior learning is the term educators use to describe learning that a person acquires outside of a traditional academic environment. Students may have acquired learning through work experience, employer training programs, military training, independent study, non-credit courses and volunteer and community service. The Center for Individualized Learning organizes the process in which students prior learning can be assessed for possible college credit. To learn more about this assessment process and opportunities you may have to earn credit for prior learning, please contact Danielle Forrest, Prior Learning Specialist at or visit V. Statewide Articulation Agreements and Other Transfer Agreements The purpose of a statewide articulation agreement is to identify the courses a student must complete as part of an AA/AS degree to be able to complete the designated baccalaureate degree program. These are designed to help students make a smooth transition when transferring. Please see your community college advisor for additional information regarding electives. To view the statewide transfer articulation agreements online, please go to the following website: Anthropology Art (Studio) (B.A.) Art History Biology (B.S.) Business Accounting Computer Information Systems Finance Management Marketing Chemistry B.S. Communication (Organizational Concntr) Criminal Justice Economics English Engineering Civil Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology French History Mathematics Philosophy Physics Political Science Psychology (B.A.) Sociology Spanish Theatre (B.A.) ANTHROPOLOGY or MAT 121 courses page 2 (8 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways or 220 ANT 101, 107, 111 One gtpathways ANT course from GT-SS3. One gtpathways Arts & Humanities course. One gtpathways Social & Behavioral Sciences course (must be GT-SS2 or GT-SS3). Electives: 5 credits *Additional ANT courses beyond the 4 courses (12 credit hours) identified above may not count toward the Anthropology major at the receiving 4-year institution. 12

15 ART, STUDIO (BACHELOR OF ARTS) or courses page 2 Natural & Physical Sicences: (7 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways ART 111, 112, 121, 131, 132 ART 221 or 128 Any 3 credit studio art course Electives: 8 credits ART HISTORY or courses page 2 Except courses listed in the Additional Required Courses Below. (7-8 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways ART 111, 112, 121, 131, 132, 207 Electives: 9-11 credits BIOLOGY (BACHELOR OF SCIENCE) or MAT 201 courses page 2 BIO 111 CHEM 111 BIO 112, CHEM 112, PHY 111, PHY 112 Electives: 4 credits BUSINESS Accounting: Computer Information Systems: Finance: Management: Marketing: MAT 121 or 123 MAT 125 Arts and Humanities: Social and Behavioral Sciences: ECO 201, 202 Natural and Physical Sciences: (8 credits) see front gtpathways ACC 121, 122 BUS 115, 216, 217, 226* COM 115 *Please note that BUS 226 Business Statistics will transfer to MSU Denver as CIS 8226 CHEMISTRY (BACHELOR OF SCIENCE) or MAT 201 courses page 2 CHE 111, 112 MAT 202, 203 PHY 211, 212 CHE 211, 212 Electives: 1 credit 13

16 COMMUNICATION (Organizational Communication) or courses page 2 COM 220 and One gtpathways SS1, SS2 or SS3 course. See front gtpathways (7-8 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways COM 115, 125, 217 Choose two gtpathways courses (6 credits) from either History (GT-H1) or Social & Behavioral Sciences (GT-SS1, SS2, or SS3) Choose one 3 credit course with a COM prefix. Electives: 11 credits CRIMINAL JUSTICE or MAT 121 SOC 101 and One other gtpathways SS3 (8 credits) see front gtpathways CRJ 110, 125, 145 Two of the following courses: CRJ 127, 135, 205, 209, 230, 231, 235, 236, 257, 268 Three courses from the following: ANT 201, CNG 258, COM 217, 225, POS 111, 125, PSY 207, 217, 226, 249 SOC 231 ECONOMICS MAT 201 (9 credits) see front gtpathways ECO 201, 202 (8 credits) see front gtpathways MAT 135 Electives: 20 credits ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Civil Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology English Composition I: Oral COM 115 (6 credits) Any two 200-Level courses. Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. see front gtpathways Social Sciences: ECO 201 (3 credits) Any 200-Level course from GT-HI1. Natural & Physical Science: PHY 211 CHE 111 Math: MAT 201, 202 Additional Required Courses by Major: Civil Engineering Tech: MAT 203 or 204 PHY 212 Electrical Engineering Tech: No additional courses required Mechanical Engineering Tech: PHI 112 PHY 212 Any Social Science course selected from SS3. 14

17 ENGLISH or MAT 120 or higher (9 credits) see front gtpathways courses page 2 (7 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways or 225 Five gtpathways Arts & Humanities courses with LIT prefix (GT-AH2) Electives: 8 credits FRENCH or (may not be MAT 155 or 156) FRE 211, 212 One gtpathways Arts & Humanities course see front gtpathways page 2 (7 credits) see front gtpathways FRE 111, 112 Note: FRE 111 and 112 may be waived based on proficiency level. Electives: 19 credits Oral As a part of the 19 elective credit requirement, it is recommended to take either COM 115 or 125 if there is room in a student s 60 credit Associate s. HISTORY or *may not be MAT 155 or 156 (9 credits) see front gtpathways HIS 101 or 111 (7 credits) see front gtpathways HIS 102 or 112 HIS 121 & 122 One additional GT History course see front gtpathways page 2 Electives: 11 credits MATHEMATICS or MAT 201 (9 credits) see front gtpathways PHY 211, 212 CSC 160 MAT 202 MAT 203 or 204 Electives: 4-5 credits MUSIC or MUS 121, 122 (7 credits) one course must be SC-1 see front gtpathways MUS 110, 111, 210, 211, 112, 113, 212,

18 PHILOSOPHY or (9 credits) see front gtpathways (7 credits) one course must be SC-1 see front gtpathways PHI 111, 112, 113 Choose two of the following: 214, 218, 220 Electives: 14 credits PHYSICS or MAT 201 (9 credits) see front gtpathways courses page 2 PHY 211, 212 PHY 213, MAT 202, CHE 111 MAT 203 or 204 MAT 265 or 261 or 266 CSC 160 or CHE 112 POLITICAL SCIENCE or (may not be MAT 155 or 156) ECO 201, 202 (8 credits) see front gtpathways POS 105, 111, 205, 225 Electives: 16 credits PSYCHOLOGY (BACHELOR OF ARTS) or MAT 121 (9 credits) see front gtpathways *No more than 2 courses from any one category. (7-8 credits) one course must be SC-1 see front gtpathways *One selection must be a Biology course with a lab: (SC1) PSY 101 and additional gtpathways psychology courses (GT-SS3) (9 credits), page 2 Electives: 6-8 credits SOCIOLOGY or MAT 121 or 135 (9 credits) see front gtpathways (8 credits) both courses must be SC-1 see front gtpathways SOC 101, 102 Three additional gtpathways courses with a SOC prefix from GT-SS3 gtpathways page 2 Electives: 6-7 credits 16

19 SPANISH Communication or ENG 122 and a gtpathways. MAT 121 or MAT 135 SPA 211, 212 HIS 244 (7 credits) SC-1 category see front gtpathways ART 111, 112, 121, 131, 132 ART 221 or 128 Any 3 credit studio art course Electives: 8 credits (7 credits) see front gtpathways (one must have the required lab SC1) COM 115 (recommended) or 125 SPA 111, 112 *Those students who have a proficiency level above SPA 211 or 212 should contact an MSU Denver academic advisor: Electives: 13 credits suggested: 200 level Spanish courses; courses with context related to the Spanish-speaking world without a SPA prefix. THEATRE (BACHELOR OF ARTS) or THE 105,

20 VI. MSU DENVER ADVISING GUIDES (Transfer before completing an Associate s) The following guides provide suggested coursework to complete at a Colorado community college that will prepare you to graduate with your bachelor s degree in four years. These guides are not likely to be completed within a plan, and may require you to transfer before completing an Associate s degree. Athletic Training Aviation & Aerospace Management Aviation & Aerospace Science Human Performance & Sport Sport Industry Operations Human Services Industrial Design ATHLETIC TRAINING To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should take the following courses over one semester at a community college only. It is best to start this transfer plan in the fall semester. Complete the following General Education Courses: ENG 121 MAT 135 PSY 101 BIO 111 Complete the following major requirement if available: EMS 115 If EMS 115 is not available, please complete one of the following options: Option 1) One gtpathways Arts & Humanities course: Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. Option 2) One gtpathways History course: Select from GT-HI1. Option 3) One gtpathways Natural & Physical Sciences course: HWE 100 Option 4) One gtpathways Social & Behavioral Science course: Selected from GT-SS1 or GT-SS2 AVIATION AND AEROSPACE MANAGEMENT To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should complete the following courses at a community college over two semesters only. MAT 121 or 123 (3 credits) One gtpathways Arts & Humanities course selected from (3 semester hours) see front gtpathways PHY 111 OR Choose two of the following: GEY 111, GEO 111, ENV 101, AST 101, CHE 101 Speech/Oral COM 115 or COM One course intended to Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to AVIATION AND AEROSPACE SCIENCE To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should complete the following courses at a community college over two semesters only. MAT 121 or 123 (6 credits) PHI 112 AND One additional gtpathways Arts & Humanities course selected from (3 semester hours) see front gtpathways PHY

21 Speech/Oral COM 115 or COM One course intended to Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to Attention Colorado Northwestern Community College and Aims Community College Students: If you are a student at Colorado Northwestern Community College or Aims Community College and want to pursue the Professional Flight Officer concentration, please contact the MSU Denver Transfer Services Office for guidance: HUMAN PERFORMANCE & SPORT (Sport Industry Operations) To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should complete the following courses at a community college over two semesters only. (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. (6 credits) Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. (7-10 credits) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to Multicultural Requirement: 9. One course intended to HUMAN SERVICES To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should complete the following courses at a community college over two semesters only. (3-5 credits) Select from GT-MA1. (6 credits) Select from GT-AH1, GT-AH2, GT-AH3, GT-AH4. (8-10 credits) Select from GT-SC1 or GT-SC2. Speech/Oral 9. One course intended to Attention Community College of Denver Students: If you are currently attending or plan to attend Community College of Denver, please seek advising from academic advisors at both CCD and the MSU Denver Human Services Department to choose courses to complete while at the community college. INDUSTRIAL DESIGN To prepare students to graduate with a bachelor s degree in four years, students should complete the following courses at a community college over two semesters. Semester 1: ENG 121 ART 110 COM 115 ART 121 One gtpathways Social Science course from GT-SS1 or GT-SS2. Semester 2: ENG 122 MAT 135 ART 112 HIS 208 or 250 PHY

22 VII. MSU DENVER NURSING BACCALAUREATE REGISTERED NURSE COMPLETION OPTION (BRNCO) Admissions Requirements: Graduate of an associate s degree or diploma nursing program. Current unencumbered Colorado license to practice as a registered nurse (RN). Students are required to successfully complete statistics prior to beginning the nursing program. (Note: Math 1210 meets both the statistics and the quantitative literature requirement). All applicants must have 6 credits of written communication, 3 credits oral communication and the 3 credits of quantitative literacy general studies requirements completed prior to beginning the nursing program. (Please refer to the University catalog for courses that meet these requirements). Applicants applying for the full-time option must have no more than 6 credits of non-nursing courses required to complete the BSN degree remaining at the start of the nursing program. Applicants who will have more than 6 credits of non-nursing courses to complete at the start of the nursing program must apply as part-time students. Non-nursing courses include courses outside of the BRNCO curriculum such as general studies, electives, statistics, and a multicultural course required to complete a bachelor s degree. Before enrolling in the BRNCO program some of your degree requirements may be completed at another 2- or 4-year institution. Please contact your MSU Denver representative for more information. ACCELERATED NURSING OPTION (ANO) The ANO program requires students to have a baccalaureate degree in any non-nursing field and provides coursework to complete a Bachelor s of Science in Nursing in 17 months. Graduates are eligible to apply to take the RN licensure examination. See the nursing website for more information: Admissions Requirements: To be eligible to apply to the Accelerated Nursing Option applicants must: have completed a non-nursing baccalaureate degree in any field; have completed all pre-requisites courses: *Anatomy and Physiology I with lab *Anatomy and Physiology II with lab *General Microbiology with lab Introductory Statistics Course Human Growth and Development Human Nutrition Clinical Pathophysiology * Note: online labs are not accepted * Note: highly recommended pre-requisites completed in the past 5-7 years. * Note: a multicultural course is required to graduate from MSU Denver, but is not a prerequisite to be admitted. have a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all pre-requisite courses in order to apply; and have completed the HESI Nursing Admission Assessment Exam (HESI A2) within one year of the application deadline. Applicants are allowed to take the exam a maximum of two times in the twelve months prior to the application deadline. 20

23 TRADITIONAL NURSING OPTION (TNO) The TNO program is completed in four semesters over a two year period. Graduates are eligible to apply to take the RN licensure examination. See the nursing website for more information: To be eligible to apply to the Traditional Nursing Option applicants must: have completed all pre-requisites courses: *Anatomy and Physiology I with lab *Anatomy and Physiology II with lab *General Microbiology with lab Introductory Statistics Course Human Growth and Development Human Nutrition Clinical Pathophysiology * Note: online labs are not accepted * Note: highly recommended pre-requisites completed in the past 5-7 years. * Note: a multicultural course is required to graduate from MSU Denver, but is not a prerequisite to be admitted. have a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all pre-requisite courses in order to apply; and have completed the HESI Nursing Admission Assessment Exam (HESI A2) within one year of the application deadline. Applicants are allowed to take the exam a maximum of two times in the twelve months prior to the application deadline. have no more than 6 credits of general studies courses remaining to be completed. The remaining credits must be in the following general studies categories: Social and Behavioral Sciences I, Arts and Humanities, and Historical to begin the TNO in the spring. DUAL ENROLLMENT PATHWAY The RN-BSN dual enrollment pathway allows students to complete some BSN credits at MSU Denver while they are completing required pre-requisite courses to apply to the nursing program at either Arapahoe Community College (ACC) or Front Range Community College (FRCC). Once the student has completed the ACC or FRCC nursing program, they will be eligible to apply to the MSU Denver Baccalaureate Registered Nurse Completion Option (BRNCO). Admission to the MSU Denver Nursing Program is contingent on students meeting all admission requirements. Please visit for more information. VIII. MSU DENVER TEACHER EDUCATION LICENSURE PROGRAM If you are interested in the teacher licensure program at MSU Denver, your first step in learning more about the program is to request more information through the MSU Denver Teacher Education website at For more information, contact the School of Education Student Services Office at EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION There is a statewide early childhood education articulation agreement between Colorado community colleges and all public four-year colleges and universities. This agreement specifies the general education and specific major courses that must be completed at your community college and apply to your degree at MSU Denver. Please note: Students following this articulation agreement must successfully complete ALL courses included in the agreement and earn their Associate of Arts degree in order for the agreement to be honored. Students choosing to complete this program can major in Early Childhood Education. 21

24 22 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION MAJOR English: Math: (choose two courses) MAT 155, 156 (recommended) or MAT 120 or MAT 121 & MAT 135 Humanities: (choose two courses It is recommended to choose one from MSU & ART and one from LIT): MUS 120 ART 110 LIT 115, 255 Science: SCI 155, 156 Social Sciences: GEO 105 HIS 121 POS 111 Early Childhood Education courses: ECE 101, 102, 205, 238, 241, Select one of the following: ECE 188, 209, 236 Speech: COM 115 Electives (6 credits): ECE 111; SOC 101 For more information on the additional approved majors outside the early childhood education articulation agreement please contact your MSU Denver representative. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION There is a statewide elementary education articulation agreement between Colorado community colleges and all public four-year colleges and universities. This agreement specifies the general education and specific major courses that may be completed at your community college and apply to your degree at MSU Denver. Students choosing to complete this program must major in Elementary Education. ELEMENTARY EDUCATION MAJOR English: Speech: COM 115 Math: MAT 155, 156 Humanities: (3 credits; choose one course) LIT 115, or 201, or 202, or 211, or 221 Science: SCI 155, 156 Social and Behavioral Sciences: GEO 105 HIS 121 POS 111 Elementary Education courses: EDU 221, PSY 238 Human Development Major with Elementary Education Licensure Complete the elementary education general education courses listed on page 14 as well as the final 19 credits listed below: EDU 233 or EDU 234; EDU 261; ECE 260; LIT 255 ; SOC 101; PSY 235 ; ART 110 or MUS 120; HWE 103 or any other 1 credit course. SECONDARY EDUCATION The degree programs for Secondary Education are highly specialized. Therefore, we recommend you take the courses listed below for each program. These courses may not lead to an associate s degree. SCIENCE LICENSURE This program includes majors in one area of science: Biology, Chemistry or Environmental Science and require courses in other areas of science. General education requirements for all Science Licensure programs: Written Oral COM 115 Quantitative Literacy: see major below for math requirement (3 credits) see page 2 Arts and Humanities: (6 credits) see page 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences I: (3 credits) Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes Social and Behavioral Sciences II: (3 credits) Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes Natural and Physical Sciences: PHY 111, 112 (3 credits) see page 29 Intended to Biology Major (BA) with Secondary Education Licensure BIO 111, 112, 204 CHE 101, GEY 121, GEO 111 MAT 166 MAT 135 or MAT 155 Chemistry Major (BA) with Secondary Education Licensure BIO 111, 112 CHE 111, 112, 211, 212 ENV 101, GEO 111, GEY 121 MAT 201

25 Environmental Science Major with Secondary Education Licensure BIO 111, 112, CHE 101, ENV 101, GEY 111, GEY 121, MAT 135, MAT 166 SOCIAL STUDIES LICENSURE This program includes majors in the following areas of social studies: African American studies, Chicano studies, economics, history, or political science. Economics Major with Secondary Education Licensure ANT 101 ECO 201, 202 HIS 101 or 111; 112, 121, 122 POS 105, 111, 205 History Major with Secondary Education Licensure ANT 101 ECO 201, 202 HIS 101; 112, 121, 122 POS 105, 111, 205 GEO 105 (3 credits) see page 29 Intended to English Major courses with Secondary Education Licensure LIT 211 or 212 Mathematics Major courses with Secondary Education Licensure CSC 150 or 160 MAT 201, 202, 203 General education requirements for all Social Studies Licensure programs: Written Oral COM 115 Quantitative Literacy: MAT 155 MAT 123 (required for Economics majors only) (3 semester hours) see major below for Historical requirement. Arts and Humanities: (6 credits) see page 2 Natural and Physical Sciences: (6 credits) see page 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences I: (3 credits) - Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes Social and Behavioral Sciences II: (3 credits) - Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes Met by HIS 101 or 112 African American Studies Major with Secondary Education Licensure ECO 201, 202 HIS 101 or 111; 112, 121, 122 POS 105, 111 Chicano Studies Major with Secondary Education Licensure ANT 101 ECO 201, 202 HIS 101 or 111; 112, 121, 122 POS 105, 111 Political Science Major with Secondary Education Licensure ANT 101 ECO 201, 202 HIS 101 or 111; 112, 121, 122 POS 105, 111, 205 ENGLISH & MATHEMATICS LICENSURE This program includes majors in English Licensure and Mathematics Licensure General education requirements for English, Mathematics Written Oral COM 115 Quantitative Literacy: MAT 155 (required for English majors) *Math majors must meet pre-reqs for Calculus I (3 credits) see page 2 Arts and Humanities: (6 credits) see page 2 *English majors may not use English or Literature classes. Natural and Physical Sciences: (6 credits) see page 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences I: (3 credits) see page 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences II: (3 credits) see page 2 K-12 EDUCATION The degree programs for K-12 Education are highly specialized. Therefore, we recommend you take the courses listed below for each program. These courses may not lead to an associate s degree. Approved Majors: Art Education Human Performance and Sport (PE) Modern Languages Music Education General education requirements for all four programs: Written ENG 121,122 Oral C0M 115 Quantitative Literacy: MAT 155 (3 credits) see page 2 Arts and Humanities: (6 credits) see page 2 *Art majors may not use Art History classes *Music majors may not use Music classes *Modern Language majors may not use Modern Language courses 23

26 Natural and Physical Sciences: (6 credits) see page 2 BIO 111, 201, 202 (required for Human Performance and Sport) Social and Behavioral Sciences I: (3 credits) Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes Social and Behavioral Sciences II: (3 credits) Must take MSU Denver secondary education classes (3 credits) see page 29 Intended to Art Education Major with K-12 Licensure ART 111, 112, 121, 129, 131, 132, 138 Human Performance and Sport Major K-12 Physical Education Licensure EMS 115 Modern Languages with K-12 Licensure Spanish, French or German Concentrations The following courses represent prerequisites for the majors in the modern languages program. French Concentration: FRE 211, 212 German Concentration: GER 211, 212, 235 Spanish Concentration: SPA 211, 212, 235 Music Education Major with K-12 Licensure Music major courses to be taken at MSU Denver. SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJOR The special education program includes a special education major with an early childhood, elementary, linguistically diverse or secondary concentration. The degree programs for Special Education are highly specialized; therefore, we recommend you take the courses listed below for each program. These courses may not lead to an associate s degree. For further information contact your MSU Denver representative. Early Childhood, Elementary or Linguistically Diverse Education Concentrations Written Oral C0M 115 or 125 Quantitative Literacy: MAT 155, 156 HIS 121 or 122 Arts and Humanities: LIT 255 Additional 3 hours must be taken at MSU Denver. Natural and Physical Sciences: SCI 155, 156 Social and Behavioral Sciences I: GEO 105 Social and Behavioral Sciences II: Additional 3 credits must be taken at MSU Denver Met by taking GEO 105 Secondary Education Concentration If you are interested in majoring in Special Education with a concentration in Secondary Education, you will need to focus on of one of the following specialties: English, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies. Written Oral COM 115 Quantitative Literacy: MAT 155, 156 (3 credits) see page 2 HIS 121 (required for Social Studies Concentration only) Arts and Humanities: (6 credits) see page 2 Natural and Physical Sciences: (6 credits) see page 2 BIO 111 (required for Science Concentration only) CHE 101 (required for Science Concentration only) Social and Behavioral Sciences I: (3 credits) see page 2 Social and Behavioral Sciences II: 3 additional credits to be completed at MSU Denver. (3 credits) see page 29 Intended to English Focus LIT 211 Math Focus MAT 121, 122, 135, 166, 201 Science Focus CHE 109 PHY 111, 112 Social Studies Focus ANT 101 GEO 105 (will count towards global diversity requirement) HIS 101, 122, and 111 or 112 POS

27 IX. MSU Denver General Studies list Please note that students may NOT use courses having the same prefix as their major discipline or cross listed with their major discipline to satisfy General Studies Arts and Humanities; Historical; Natural and Physical Sciences; Social and Behavioral Sciences I; Social and Behavioral Sciences II; or Global Diversity requirements. GT Guaranteed Transfer Course AH Arts and Humanities AH1 Arts AH2 Literature & Humanities AH3 Ways of Thinking AH4 Foreign Languages CO Communications HI History HI1 History MA Mathematics MA1 Mathematics SC Natural and Physical Sciences SC1 Course with Required Laboratory SC2 Lecture Course without Required Laboratory SS Social & Behavioral Sciences SS1 Economic & Political Systems SS2 Geography SS3 Human Behavior, Culture, or Social Frameworks Global Diversity Requirement (minimum 3 semester hours): Students must select one course from an approved category that meets these Student Learning Outcomes. This course will count in the Global Diversity and another category (Arts & Humanities, Historical, Natural and Physical Sciences or Social and Behavioral Sciences I). Please note: it is the expectation of many of the MSU Denver Transfer Guides that students combine the global diversity requirement with one of these other categories to ensure students complete the correct amount of credits at the community college. 1. Exhibit knowledge of one or more regions or countries outside the U.S. including aspects such as the historical, political, social, cultural, legal or business contexts of these regions or countries. 2. Describe the implications of global interdependence, including its impact on societies from a governmental, technological, institutional, organizational or individual context. ++courses denoted with two plus signs (++) also count for the global diversity requirement Multicultural Graduation Requirements (minimum 3 semester hours): Multicultural courses are designed to increase students awareness and appreciation of cultural diversity in the United States. Multicultural education coursework examines the interactions of values, beliefs, traditions, identities, and contributions of one or more of the following four groups of color in the United States: African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American, which may include the characteristics of gender, sexual orientation, age, or disability within these groups. Please note: it is the expectation of many of the MSU Denver Transfer Guides that students combine the multicultural requirement with one of the other general studies categories, when the multicultural requirement is listed, to ensure students complete the correct amount of credits at the community college. **courses denoted with a double asterisk (**) also count for the multicultural requirement 25

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