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1 JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Transfer Program to the University of Kansas Edwards Campus College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Literature, Language and Writing, BA/BGS Psychology, BA/BGS Public Administration, BA/BGS Catalog CONTACT: Dan Mueller, Director of Advising PHONE: (913) HOME PAGE: These degrees are offered at the KU Edwards Campus as part of the partnership between JCCC and the Edwards Campus. The degrees are designed for students who have earned an Associate of Arts (AA) degree or equivalent hours and are looking to complete requirements for a bachelor s degree from KU at the Edwards Campus. Liberal Arts Requirements (all students): The courses listed below are REQUIRED for degrees from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. These courses MAY be taken to complete the KU CORE, but if they are not, this additional coursework is necessary to complete degree requirements. Also, students must satisfy the major requirements of the degree they are pursuing. B.A. (Bachelor of Arts): 1. Quantitative Reasoning (3 Credits): This course must have MATH 101 (College Algebra) or a higher level mathematics course as a pre-requisite. Additionally, this course must also be approved for either Goal 1 Learning outcome 2 of the KU Core or another course approved by CUSA. Satisfied by the following KU courses: ACCT 200, ASTR 391, CHEM 130, CHEM 135, CHEM 150, CHEM 170, CHEM 184, CHEM 190, CHEM 195, COMS 356, DSCI 301, MATH 105, MATH 115, MATH 121, MATH 141, MATH 365, PHSX 114, PHSX 211, PHSX 213, AP Calculus (AB or BC) score of 3 or above, AP statistics score of 3 or above, or equivalent transfer course. 2. Laboratory or Field Experience (Variable Credits): This course must be an academic-credit bearing laboratory or field experience. This course may be taken in conjunction with a lecture course but the course combination must contain a laboratory. 3. Writing (6 Credits): Students must complete six credit hours (two courses) of collegiate writing-level instructions. Students must complete ENGL 101: Composition and ENGL 102/105: Critical Reading and Writing/Freshman Honors English. Students who place into ENGL 102/105 by examination must complete ENGL 102/105 and another course meeting Goal 2, Learning Outcome 1 of the KU Core. Satisfied by the following KU courses: ENGL 101 AND ENGL 102/105, OR ENGL 102/105 AND a course that satisfies Goal 2, Learning Outcome 1 of the KU Core. 4. Non-English Language Proficiency (Variable Credits): Students must demonstrate fourth semester proficiency in a single non-english language, OR third semester proficiency in a first non-english language and first semester proficiency in a second non-english language. See list on page 7 for courses that will fulfill this requirement. B.G.S (Bachelor of General Studies): 1. Completion of the requirements of a single BGS major AND a secondary field of academic study (a minor or a second major). NOTE: Courses may not be used to satisfy more than one core area requirement, HOWEVER, they may be used to satisfy a core requirement AND a major or minor requirement. Updated 6/15

2 *The following majors are offered through the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences (CLAS) at the Edwards Campus: Literature, Language and Writing, BA/BGS A degree in English will help develop the skills of dealing with concepts and abstractions, cretiviy and good communication and people skills. An undergraduate degree in English is an excellent base from which to explore career options and good preparations for a variety of advanced degrees in areas such as business or law. Students should complete ENGL 121, ENGL 122 and a third English course at JCCC. These are prerequisites for the upper-level English courses in the major at Edwards. It is highly recommended that students complete a third English course that has Comp I and Comp II as the prerequisites. Psychology, BA/BGS A bachelor s degree in psychology provides undergraduate students with a broad knowledge of psychology to achieve both personal and professional goals. A psychology major can be useful for careers in business, teaching, medicine, nursing, law, social work, counseling, student services, child development, administration or human resources. Some students complete the major to become psychologists themselves. Through program curriculum, students will have a better understanding of human behavior, thinking and emotion. Students should take PSYC 130 General Psychology, PSYC 209 Statistics in Psychological Research, PSYC 210 Research Methods in Psychology, BIOL 121 Intro to Biology OR BIOL 135 Cell and Molecular Biology and MATH 171 College Algebra at JCCC since these courses are prerequisites for most of the courses in the PSYC major. Public Administration, BA/BGS The Public Administration program is desinged to provide graduates with the necessary knowledge and skills for planning, implementing and evaluating public programs. This knowledge will help organizations be more effectively preparted to deal with local and global diversity. Students should complete MATH 171 College Algebra at JCCC. Students may take POLS 245 Introduction to Public Administration at JCCC which is equivalent to PUAD 330 Intro to Public Administration at KU. (NOTE: POLS 245 will not count towards jr.sr. hours at KU.) Completion of POLS 124 American National Government at JCCC is strongly encouraged. *A minimum of 120 credit hours are required. No more than 64 hours from a two-year institution may be applied toward the 120 hour total. Must include 45 upper-level hours, 30 of those hours must be at KU. A grade of C or better must be earned in each course to transfer. Transfer D grades are not accepted or applied toward any degree in the College of Arts & Sciences. To see how your credits transfer to KU, visit and choose Kansas, then JCCC. It is the student s responsiblity to check for updates to this information, which is subject to change. Completion of a JCCC AA degree satisfies the first three goals of the KU Core general education requirements.

3 KU Core requirements KU Outcome 1 - GE 1.1 Critical Thinking BLAW S301 Legal Aspects of Business 3 BUS 261 Business Law 3 ENGL 210 Intro to Poetry 3 ENGL 227 Intro to Poetry 3 ENGL 209 Intro to Fiction 3 ENGL 230 Intro to Fiction 3 ENGL 211 Intro to Drama 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature 3 HIST 114 Renaissnc-Rev Europe 3 HIST 129 Early Modern Europe 3 HIST 115 Fr Rev-Presnt Europe 3 HIST 130 European History since HWC 204 Western Civilization 3 HIST 125 Western Civilization 3 HWC 205 Western Civilization 2 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization 2 3 AAAS 105/HIST 104 Intro African History 3 HIST 132 History of Africa 3 HIST 108 Medieval History 3 HIST 128 Medieval History 3 HIST 101 Modern Russian History 3 HIST 160 Modern Russian History 3 PHIL 140 Intro to Philosophy 3 PHIL 121 Intro to Philosophy 3 PHIL 148 Reason and Argument 3 PHIL 124 Logic and Critical Thinking 3 PHIL 160 Intro to Ethics 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHSX 114 College Physics 5 PHYS 130 General Physics 5 PHSX 211 General Physics 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics 5 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOC 122 Sociology 3 SOC 160 Social Problems/American Values 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 COMS 230 Fundamentals of Debate 3 SPD 130 Elementary Debate 3 KU Outcome 2 GE 1.2 Quantitative Literacy- ACCT 200 Financial Accounting 3 ACCT 121 AND 122 Accounting I & II 6 CHEM 130 Chemistry 5 CHEM 124 & 125 General Chemistry I 4/1 CHEM 135 Chemistry 2 5 CHEM 131 & 132 General Chemistry II 4/1 MATH 101 College Algebra 3 MATH 171 College Algebra 3 MATH 104 Precalculus Math 5 MATH 173 Precalculus Math 5 MATH 105 Introduction to Topics in Mathematics 3 MATH 175 Discrete Math 3 MATH 365 Elementary Stats 3 MATH 181 Statistics 3 MATH 191/PHYS 191 Math/Physics for Games 4 MATH 125 Calculus 3 MATH 241 Calculus 5 MATH 115 Calculus 3 MATH 231 Business and Applied Calculus 3 DSCI 301 Statistics 3 MATH 285 Statistics 4 PHSX 114 College Physics 5 PHYS 130 General Physics 5 PHSX 211 General Physics 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics 5

4 KU Outcome 1 - GE Written Communication Hours Hours Choose two of the following: Choose two of the following: ENGL 101 Composition 3 ENGL 121 Composition I 3 ENGL 102 Critical Reading and Writing 3 ENGL 122 Composition II 3 ENGL 105 Freshman Honors English 3 ENGL 121 & 121H Composition I + 4 Honors ENGL 210 Intro to Poetry 3 ENGL 227 Intro to Poetry 3 ENGL 209 Intro to Fiction 3 ENGL 230 Intro to Fiction 3 ENGL 211 Intro to Drama 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature 3 HWC 204 Western Civilization 3 HIST 125 Western Civilization 3 KU Outcome 2 - GE Hours Hours Oral Communication - COMS 130 Speaker Audience Communication 3 SPD 121 Public Speaking 3 KU Category 1 - GE3H Arts and Humanities Hours Hours ANTH 110 Intro to Archaeology 3 ANTH 142 Wrld Prehist OR 144 Archaeology 3 ANTH 160 Variety of Human Experiences 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ARCH S540 Arch. History before Modern 3 ARCH 244 Arch. History before Modern 3 ART 101 Drawing I 3 ART 130 Drawing I 3 HA 150 Western Art History 3 ARTH 180 Art History Anc-Ren 3 HA 261 Intro to Modern Art 3 ARTH 184 Art History 20th Century 3 HA 165 Intro to Asian Art 3 ARTH 186 Art History Asian Art 3 ENGL 130 Intro to Lit. (through Dec. 2014) 3 ENGL 205 Bible as Literature ENGL 217 Literature by Women 3 ENGL 222 Advanced Comp 3 ENGL 210 Introduction to Poetry 3 ENGL 227 Intro to Poetry 3 ENGL 209 Introduction to Poetry 3 ENGL 230 Intro to Fiction 3 ENGL 231 American Prose 3 ENGL 211 Introduction to the Drama 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature 3 ENGL 236 British Literature 3 ENGL 237 British Literature II 3 ENGL 243 Literature of Science Fiction 3 ENGL 244 Literature American Pop. Music 3 ENGL 247 American Literature II 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces 3 ENGL 254 Masterpieces of Cinema 3 ENGL 256 American Poetry 3

5 Goal 3 - Category 1 - GE3H continued... AAAS 105/HIST 104 Intro African History 3 HIST 132 History of Africa 3 HIST 115 Fr Rev-Presnt Europe 3 HIST 130 European History since HIST 162 Modern Latin America 3 HIST 121 Modern Latin America 3 HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 128 Hist US thrgh Civil War 3 HIST 140 US History to HIST 129 Hist of US After Civil War 3 HIST 141 US History since HIST 105 Intro. Anc. Near East. & Greek Hist. 3 HIST 143 Anc. Greece, Near East and Egypt 3 HIST 151 World History I 3 HIST 152 World History II 3 HSES 244 Intro to PE & Sports Studies 3 HPER 255 Intro to Physical Education 3 HUM 122 Intro to Humanities 3 HUM 137 Intro. to Russian Culture 3 HUM 145 Intro to World Humanities 3 CLSX 148 Greek and Roman Mythology 3 HUM 155 Classical Mythology 3 PHIL 140 Intro to Philosophy 3 PHIL 121 Intro to Philosophy 3 PHIL 148 Reason and Argument 3 PHIL 124 Logic and Critical Thinking 3 PHIL 160 Intro to Ethics 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 176 Philosophy of Religion 3 PHIL 210 History Modern Philosophy 3 REL 104 Intro to Religious Studies 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions 3 REL 106 Living Religions of the East 3 REL 125 Religions of the East 3 REL 107 Religions of the West 3 REL 126 Religions of the West 3 THR 100 Intro to Theatre 3 THEA 120 Intro to Theater 3 THR 106 Acting I 3 THEA 121 Fundamental of Acting 3 THR 106 Acting I 3 THEA 130 Acting I 3 THR 215 Approaching Design 3 THEA 145 Intro. to Theatre Design 3

6 KU Category 2 GE3N - Natural Sciences ANTH 104 Fund. Physical Anthropology 4 ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 ASTR 191 Contemporary Astronomy 3 ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy 3 ASTR 122 Astronomy 4 BIOL 100 Principals of Biology 3 BIOL 121 Intro to Biology 4 BIOL 150 Prn Molecular/Cellular 5 BIOL 135 Principles of Cell and Molecular Bio. 4 BIOL 152 Princ of Organismal Biology 5 BIOL 150 Princ of Organismal Biology 5 EVRN 148 Scientic Princ Envrn Study 3 BIOL 130 & 131 Environmental Science & Lab 3/1 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 124 Essentials of Oceanography 3 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 BIOL 227 Human Pathophysiology 4 BIOL 200/203 Intro. Microbiology/lab 3/2 BIOL 230/231 Microbiology/Lab 3/2 CHEM 125 College Chemistry 4 CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society 4 CHEM 130 Chemistry 5 CHEM 124 & 125 General Chemistry 4/1 CHEM 122 Princ of Chemistry 5 CHEM 135 Chemistry 2 5 CHEM 131 & 132 General Chemistry 2 4/1 GEOG 107 Princ Physic Geography 3 GEOS 140 & 141 Physical Geography & Lab 3/2 GEOL 101 Intro to Geology 3 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 Math and Physics for Games 4 MATH/PHYS 191 Math and Phys. for Games 4 PHSX 114 College Physics 5 PHYS 130 General Physics 5 PHSX 211 General Physics 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics 5 PHSX 212 General Physics II 4 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II 5 PSCI 120 Physical Science 4

7 KU Category 3 GE3S - Social Sciences - ANTH 108 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 160 Varieties of Human Experience 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 METL 211 Jewelery 3 ART 148 Metal/Silversmithing 3 BLAW 301 Legal Aspects of Business 3 BUS 261 Business Law 3 ECON 132 Survey of Economics 3 ECON 142 Principles of Microeconomics 3 ECON 230 Economics I 3 ECON 144 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 231 Economics II 3 JOUR 101 Media and Society 3 JOUR 120 Mass Media and Society 3 POLS 122 Political Science 3 POLS 110 Intro. to US Politics POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 POLS 150 Intro. to Comparative Politics 3 POLS 132 Intro. to Comparative Government 3 POLS 170 Intro. to International Politics 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 PSYC 104 General Psychology 3 PSYC 130 Introduction to Psychology 3 PSYC 218 Human Development 3 EPSY S305 Early Childhood Development 3 PSYC 215 Child Development OR 3 EDUC 270 Early Childhood Development PSYC 120 Personality 3 PSYC 230 Personality Theory 3 COMS 244 Interpersonal Communication 3 SPD 120 Interpersonal Communication 3 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 220 Sociology of Families 3 SOC 131 Marriage and Family 3 SOC 165 Chinese Society 3 SOC 110 American Identities 3 SOC 180 Inequality and Diversity in US 3 KU Outcome 1 - AE4.1 U.S. Diversity Hours Hours AAAS 104 History Afr-American Studies 3 HIST 137 African American Studies 3 MUS 298 Intro to Jazz Listening 3 MUSC 125 Intro to Jazz 3 REL 107 Religions of the West 3 REL 126 Religions of the West 3 SOC 160 Social Problems/American Values 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 SOC 104 Elements of Sociology 3 SOC 122 Sociology 3 SOC 220 Sociology of Families 3 SOC 131 Marriage and Family 3 SOC 110 American Identities 3 SOC 180 Inequality and Diversity in the U.S. 3

8 KU Outcome 2 - AE 4.2 Global Perspective Hours Hours ANTH 108 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 153 Anthro. Paranormal/Supernatural 3 ANTH 150 Ppl. & Cultures of Mesoamerica 3 ANTH 134 Native Americans 3 ANTH 160 Variety of Human Experience 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ARCH S541 Modern Arch. History 3 ARCH 245 Modern Arch. Hisotry 3 HA 150 Western Art History 3 ARTH 180 Art History Anc-Ren 3 HA 265 Intro to Asian Art 3 ARTH 186 Art History Asian Art 3 SPAN 212 Intermediate Spanish 3 FL 230 Intermediate Spanish 3 SPAN 216 Intermediate Spanish II 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II 3 GERM 104 Elementary German 3 FL 120 Elementary German 3 GERM 108 Elementary German II 3 FL 121 Elementary German II 3 GERM 212 Intermediate German 3 FL 220 Intermediate German 3 GERM 216 Intermediate German II 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II 3 GEOG 100 World Regional Geography 3 GEOS 145 World Regional Geography 3 HWC 204 Western Civilization 3 HIST 125 Western Civilization 3 HWC 205 Western Civilization II 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization II 3 HIST 135 Eastern Civilization 3 HIST 165 History of China 3 HIST 195 History of the Middle East 3 HIST 167 Intro to History: Japan 3 HIST 164 Japan Changing Tradition 3 HIST 150(HUM/REL)150 Islam: Rel. and Civ. 3 HIST 149 History of India 3 HIST 180 N Amer Indig People History 3 HIST 200 Eurasia History and Culture 3 SLAV 140 Intro to Russian Culture 3 HUM 137 Intro Russian Culture 3 HUM 165 Intro Chinese Culture 3 HUM 167 Intro to Japanese Culture 3 MUS 126 Intro to World Music 3 PHIL 142 History of Asian Philosophy 3 POLS 150 Intro. to Comparative Politics 3 POLS 132 Intro to Comparative Government 3 POLS 170 Intro. to International Politics 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 REL 120 Exploring World Religions 3 WGS 201 Global Women s Studies 3 WGS 220 The Many Women of Islam 3

9 Goal 5: Social Responsibility and Ethics (1 Unit) KU Outcome 1 AE 5.1 Social Responsibility and Ethics PHIL 160 Intro to Ethics 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 SOC 160 Social Problems/American Values 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 KU Outcome 2 AE 5.2 Experience No Equivalencies Established Goal 6: Integration and Creativity (1 Unit) KU Outcome 1 AE 6.1 Integration & Creativity No Equivalencies Established

10 Non-English Language Proficiency List FL 150 Elementary Russian I FL 151 Elementary Russian II FL 178 Intermediate Russian I FL 179 Intermediate Russian II FL 170 Elementary Japanese I FL 171 Elementary Japanese II FL 182 Intermediate Japanese I FL 183 Intermediate Japanese II FL 160 Elementary Itailian I FL 161 Elementary Itailian II FL 165 Elementary Chinese I FL 166 Elementary Chinese II FL 192 Intermediate Chinese I FL 193 Intermediate Chinese II FL 130 Elementary Spanish I FL 131 Elementary Spanish II FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II FL 140 Elementary French I FL 141 Elementary French II FL 240 Intermediate French I FL 241 Intermediate French II FL 120 Elementary German I FL 121 Elementary German II FL 220 Intermediate German I FL 221 Intermediate German II FL 175 Elementary Brazilian Portuguese I FL 176 Elementary Brazilian Portuguese II FL 155 Elementary Arabic I FL 156 Elementary Arabic II FL 195 Intermediate Arabic I FL 196 Intermediate Arabic II FL 180 or ASL 120 Elementary American Sign Language I FL 181 or ASL 121 Elementary American Sign Language II FL 270 or ASL 122 Intermediate American Sign Language I FL 271 or ASL 123 Intermediate American Sign Language II FL 123 Elementary Hebrew I FL 124 Elementary Hebrew II

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