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1 National University Articulation Agreement Date: 02/09/2010 Transfer Institution: San Diego Miramar College Transfer Course(s): Transfer work completed for 300-level courses at NU will grant content credit only and will not grant upper division credit depending on the other transfer coursework this upper division credit may need to be made up with upper division electives. NOTES: 1. Beginning 9/1/08, NU s ILR 260 requirement has changed to LIBS 101 and ENGL 105 or Beginning 9/1/09, NU s NSG 322 will no longer be articulated. 3. Beginning 9/1/09, NU s TED 305 will no longer be articulated. *Any Honors section of the same course will fulfill the same requirement* Course-to-Course Articulation G.E. Area National University NU Course Title S.D. Miramar ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A ---- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116B G ARB A Beginning Arabic I and Lab ARAB 101 G ARB A Beginning Arabic II and Lab ARAB 102 D ART 100 Introduction to Art History ARTF D ART 200 Visual Arts ARTF ART 323 Modern Art ARTF 109 A-G ART 329 World Art [+] ARTF 113 or 125 F BIO 100 Survey of Bioscience BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIOL 210A F BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIOL 210B F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory Page 1 of 20 BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL BIO 219 Plants and People BIOL 180 F CHE 101 Introductory Chemistry F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100 or CHEM 152 CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L F CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHEM L F CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHEM L ---- CHE 150 Introductory Organic Chemistry CHEM CHE 150A Introductory Organic Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 130L ---- CIS 301 Management Information Systems CISC CIS 320 System Analysis & Integration CISC CJA 229 Introduction to Policing ADJU 101 or ADJU 101A/B/C ---- CJA 340 Corrections ADJU CJA 351 Court Systems and the Judicial Process ADJU 201

2 ---- CJA 352 Criminal Law and Procedure ADJU CJA 356 Criminal Evidence ADJU COH 100 Personal Health HEAL 101 A2 COM 100 Introduction to Mass Communication JOUR 202 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE COM 300 Interpersonal Communication SPEE COM 305 Intercultural Communication SPEE COM 324 Critical Thinking and Ethics SPEE COM 334 Persuasion SPEE CSC 206B Discrete Structures and Logic Design MATH 245 B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH CSC 209 Calculus for Computer Science II MATH 151 G CSC 242 Intro to Programming Concepts CISC G CSC 252 Programming in C++ CISC G CSC 262 Programming in Java CISC CSC 300 Object Oriented Design CISC CSC 310 Linear Algebra & Matrix Analysis MATH CSC 331 Discrete Structures and Logic MATH ECE 201 The Growing Child: Zero to 8 CHIL ECE 210 Child, Family, School and Community CHIL ECE 312 Infant and Toddler Care CHIL ECE 314 Experiences: Infants and Toddlers CHIL 176 E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 120 F EES 103 Fundamentals of Geology GEOL 100 F EES 103A Fundamentals of Geology Laboratory GEOL EES 301 Earth and Planetary Science GEOL 104 A-G EES 322 Oceanography PHYN EGR 301 Engineering Mathematics MATH 254 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 A1 ENG 240 Advanced Composition ENGL 105 or 205 A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL HED 110 First Aid and CPR HEAL 131 or EMGM HED 212 Nutrition and Fitness NUTR HED 220 Health, Nutrition and Safety CHIL 180 E HIS 220A History of the United States I [+] E HIS 220B History of the United States II [+] HIST 109 or BLAS 140A or HIST 141 or HIST 150 HIST 110 or BLAS 140B or HIST 142 or HIST 151 D HIS 233 World Civilizations I HIST 100 D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST HIS 320 Culture of Global Capitalism SOCO 223 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or ITM 200 Basic Computer H/W & S/W CBTE ITM 205 Office Productivity Software Applications CBTE ITM 210 Introduction to Information Technology CISC JRN 300 Multimedia Journalism Skills JOUR 210A + 210B ---- LAW 200 Introduction to Law and Legal Writing LEGL 100A LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE 140 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 Page 2 of 20

3 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 D LIT 345 Mythology HUMA MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE MKT 200 Basic Marketing MARK 100 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH MSM 301 Teaching Elementary Physical Education PHYE 240 B MTH 209A Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH 210A B MTH 215 College Algebra and Trigonometry Page 3 of 20 MATH 116 or MATH B MTH 220 Calculus I MATH MTH 221 Calculus II MATH MTH 222 Calculus III MATH MTH 223 Calculus IV MATH 255 B MTH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics II MATH 210B ---- MTH 325 Discrete Mathematics MATH MUL 205 Principles of Graphic Design ARTF 150B ---- MUL 245 Principles of Web Design CBTE MUL 305 Applied Graphic Design ARTG MUL 345 Applied Web Design CBTE 165 D MUS 100 Fundamentals of Music MUSI 100 D MUS 327 World Music [+] MUSI 109 D PHL 100 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 102A D PHL 238 Real-World Critical Thinking PHIL 100 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA 106 A-G PHS 102 Survey of Physical Science PHYN 100 F PHS 104 General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 171 General Physics 1 PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 172 General Physics 2 PHYS 126 or PHYS PLA 301 Legal Theory and Ethics LEGL 100A + 100B ---- PLA 303 Law Office Administration LEGL PLA 306 Torts LEGL PLA 308 Contracts LEGL PLA Directed Research and Writing A and B ENGL LEGL PLA 315 Bankruptcy Law and Procedure LEGL PLA 317 Immigration Practice LEGL PLA 335 Employment Law LEGL 155 E POL 100 Introduction to Politics POLI 101 E POL 201 American Politics POLI POL 340 Comparative Politics POLI POL 350 International Relations POLI 140 A-G PSY 301 Child Development CHIL 101 A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology [+] SOCO 101 E SOC 260 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 103 A-G SOC 344 Marriage, Sex and the Family PSYC SOC 385 Methods of Social Inquiry PSYC 255 G SPN 100 Beginning Spanish I SPAN 101

4 G SPN 101 Beginning Spanish II SPAN 102 G SPN 200 Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 201 or SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 202 or 216 Page 4 of 20

5 General Education Articulation NOTE: A plus sign [+] after any course on the list of approved general education courses signifies a diversityenriched course. Students must complete at least one diversity-enriched course in the general education program. G.E. Area National University NU Course Title S.D. Miramar Area A1 Writing (7 semester units required) A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 A1 ENG 240 Advanced Composition ENGL 105 or 205 Area A2 Speech and Communication (3 semester units required) A2 COM 100 Introduction to Mass Communication JOUR 202 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 Area B Mathematical Concepts and Quantitative Reasoning (3 semester units required) B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH 150 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 B MTH 209A Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH 210A B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH B MTH 220 Calculus I MATH 150 B MTH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics II MATH 210B Area C Information Literacy (3 semester units required) C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 Area D Arts and Humanities (9 semester units required) D ART 100 Introduction to Art History ARTF D ART 200 Visual Arts ARTF 100 D HIS 233 World Civilizations I HIST 100 D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST 101 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 D LIT 345 Mythology HUMA 201 D MUS 100 Fundamentals of Music MUSI 100 D MUS 327 World Music [+] MUSI 109 D PHL 100 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 102A Area E Social and Behavioral Sciences (9 semester units required) E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 120 E HIS 220A History of the United States I [+] HIST 109 or BLAS 140A or HIST 141 or HIST 150 E HIS 220B History of the United States II [+] HIST 110 or BLAS 140B or HIST 142 or HIST 151 Page 5 of 20

6 E POL 100 Introduction to Politics POLI 101 E POL 201 American Politics POLI 102 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology [+] SOCO 101 E SOC 260 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 103 Area F Physical and Biological Sciences (4 semester units required, including 1 unit of lab) F BIO 100 Survey of Bioscience BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIOL 210A F BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIOL 210B F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL 205 F CHE 101 Introductory Chemistry F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100 or CHEM 152 CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L F CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHEM L F CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHEM L F EES 103 Fundamentals of Geology GEOL 100 F EES 103A Fundamentals of Geology Laboratory GEOL 101 F PHS 104 General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 171 General Physics 1 PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 172 General Physics 2 PHYS 126 or PHYS Area G Modern Language (6 semester units required in the same language or computer science) Students may also meet this requirement by passing a competency test available through the National University Testing Center G ARB 100 Beginning Arabic I ARAB 101 G ARB 101 Beginning Arabic II ARAB 102 G SPN 100 Beginning Spanish I and Lab SPAN 101 G SPN 101 Beginning Spanish II and Lab SPAN 102 G SPN 200 Intermediate Spanish I and Lab SPAN 201 or 215 G CSC 242 Intro to Programming Concepts CISC G CSC 252 Programming in C++ CISC G CSC 262 Programming in Java CISC 190 Area A-G General Education (3 semester units required, including at least one course numbered ) If a course numbered has already been completed in another general education category, any additional course listed below or in Areas A through G will satisfy this requirement. A-G ART 329 World Art [+] ARTF 113 or 125 A-G EES 322 Oceanography PHYN 120 A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL 249 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 Page 6 of 20

7 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion [+] HUMA 106 A-G PHS 102 Survey of Physical Science PHYN 100 A-G PSY 301 Child Development CHIL 101 A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 A-G SOC 344 Marriage, Sex and the Family PSYC 135 Page 7 of 20

8 Major Preparation Articulation NOTE: Transfer work completed for 300-level courses at NU will grant content credit only and will not grant upper division credit depending on the other transfer coursework this upper division credit may need to be made up with upper division electives. G.E. Area National University NU Course Title S.D. Miramar Bachelor of Arts in Arabic Studies G ARB A Beginning Arabic I and Lab ARAB 101 G ARB A Beginning Arabic II and Lab ARAB 102 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion [+] HUMA POL 340 Comparative Politics POLI 103 Bachelor of Arts in Biological Science with a Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential (California) F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIOL 210A F BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIOL 210B F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L F CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHEM L F CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHEM L F EES 103 Fundamentals of Geology GEOL 100 F EES 103A Fundamentals of Geology Laboratory GEOL EES 301 Earth and Planetary Science GEOL 104 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 171 General Physics 1 PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 172 General Physics 2 PHYS 126 or PHYS Bachelor of Arts in Comparative Literature D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 G SPN 100 Beginning Spanish I and Lab SPAN 101 G SPN 101 Beginning Spanish II and Lab SPAN 102 G SPN 200 Intermediate Spanish I and Lab SPAN 201 or 215 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 D LIT 345 Mythology HUMA 201 Bachelor of Arts in Digital Entertainment and Interactive Arts A2 A2 COM 100 or COM 103 Introduction to Mass Communication or Oral Communication JOUR 202 or SPEE MUL 205 Principles of Graphic Design ARTF 150B ---- MUL 245 Principles of Web Design CBTE MUL 305 Applied Graphic Design ARTG MUL 345 Applied Web Design CBTE 165 Page 8 of 20

9 Bachelor of Arts in Digital Journalism A2 COM 100 Introduction to Mass Communication JOUR 202 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL JRN 300 Multimedia Journalism Skills JOUR 210A + 210B ---- MUL 245 Principles of Web Design CBTE 162 Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Development, with a California Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential ---- ECE 201 The Growing Child: Zero to 8 CHIL ECE 210 Child, Family, School and Community CHIL HED 220 Health, Nutrition and Safety CHIL ECE 312 Infant and Toddler Care CHIL ECE 314 Experiences: Infants and Toddlers CHIL 176 Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education (BAECE) ---- ECE 201 The Growing Child: Zero to 8 CHIL ECE 210 Child, Family, School and Community CHIL HED 220 Health, Nutrition and Safety CHIL ECE 312 Infant and Toddler Care CHIL ECE 314 Experiences: Infants and Toddlers CHIL 176 Bachelor of Arts in English D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL 249 Bachelor of Arts in English with Single-Subject Matter Preparation A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL 249 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 Bachelor of Arts in English with a Preliminary Single Subject Credential (California) A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL 249 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 A-G LIT 311 British Literature I ENGL 215 A-G LIT 312 British Literature II ENGL 216 A-G LIT 321 American Literature I ENGL 210 A-G LIT 322 American Literature II ENGL 211 Page 9 of 20

10 Bachelor of Arts in General Studies Complete up to 69 semester units of credit in the Arts and Sciences, including at least 15 semester units in each of two areas of concentration. See the National University Catalog under Bachelor of Arts, Major in General Studies for more information. Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST HIS 320 Culture of Global Capitalism SOCO 223 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA 106 A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 A-G ART 329 World Art [+] ARTF 113 or 125 D LIT 345 Mythology HUMA 201 D MUS 327 World Music [+] MUSI POL 350 International Relations POLI 140 Bachelor of Arts in History A1 ENG 240 Advanced Composition ENGL 105 or 205 E HIS 220A History of the United States I [+] HIST 109 or BLAS 140A or HIST 141 or HIST 150 E HIS 220B History of the United States II [+] HIST 110 or BLAS 140B or HIST 142 or HIST 151 D HIS 233 World Civilizations I HIST 100 D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST 101 Recommended upper division electives ---- HIS 320 Culture of Global Capitalism SOCO 223 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA 106 A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies A-G ENG 365 Creative Writing ENGL 249 E E A-G A-G D HIS 220A or HIST 220B History of the United States I [+] History of the United States II [+] Page 10 of 20 HIST 109 or BLAS 140A or HIST 141 or HIST 150 or HIST 110 or BLAS 140B or HIST 142 or HIST 151 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 LIT 321 or American Literature I or ENGL 210 or LIT 322 or American Literature II or ENGL 211 or LIT 345 Mythology HUMA A-G HIS 320 or SOC 344 Culture of Global Capitalism or Marriage, Sex and the Family SOCO 223 or PSYC 135 B MTH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics II MATH 210B A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 Select two courses from the following

11 ---- A-G D A-G ART 323 or ART 329 or MUS 327 or PHL 320 Modern Art or World Art [+] or World Music [+] or Comparative Religion ARTF 109 or ARTF 113 or 125 or MUSI 109 or HUMA 106 Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a California Preliminary Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential A-G ART 329 or World Art [+] or ARTF 113 or 125 D ---- A-G MUS 327 World Music [+] or MUSI 109 EES 301 or Earth and Planetary Science or GEOL 104 or SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 B MTH 209A Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH 210A B MTH 301 Fundamentals of Mathematics II MATH 210B Bachelor of Arts in Management E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 Bachelor of Arts in Marketing ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A ---- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116B E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 120 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics with a Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential (California) B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH B MTH 220 or Calculus I or B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH MTH 221 Calculus II MATH MTH 222 Calculus III MATH MTH 223 Calculus IV MATH MTH 325 or CSC 331 Discrete Mathematics or Discrete Structures and Logic Bachelor of Arts in Political Science MATH 245 E POL 100 Introduction to Politics POLI 101 E POL 201 American Politics POLI POL 340 Comparative Politics POLI POL 350 International Relations POLI HIS 320 Culture of Global Capitalism SOCO 223 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA SOC 385 Methods of Social Inquiry PSYC 255 Page 11 of 20

12 Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law Studies A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL LAW 200 Introduction to Law and Legal Writing LEGL 100A LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE 140 E POL 201 or American Politics or POLI 102 or D E E PHL 100 SOC 100 or PSY 100 Introduction to Philosophy Principles of Sociology [+] or Introduction to Psychology Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Page 12 of 20 PHIL 102A SOCO 101 or PSYC 101 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology [+] SOCO 101 A-G SOC 344 Marriage, Sex and the Family PSYC SOC 385 Methods of Social Inquiry PSYC 255 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA 106 A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 Bachelor of Arts in Spanish D LIT 100 Introduction to Literature ENGL 208 G SPN 100 Beginning Spanish I SPAN 101 G SPN 101 Beginning Spanish II SPAN 102 G SPN 200 Intermediate Spanish I SPAN 201 or SPN 201 Intermediate Spanish II SPAN 202 or POL 340 Comparative Politics POLI 103 A-G PHL 320 Comparative Religion HUMA 106 Bachelor of Arts in Sport Psychology Bachelor of Arts in Strategic Communications A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 A2 A2 COM 100 or COM 103 Introduction to Mass Communication or Oral Communication JOUR 202 or SPEE COM 300 Interpersonal Communication SPEE COM 305 Intercultural Communication SPEE COM 324 Critical Thinking and Ethics SPEE COM 334 Persuasion SPEE 160 Bachelor of Business Administration ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A

13 ---- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116B E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE 140 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 Bachelor of Public Administration ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 Bachelor of Science in Accountancy ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 Bachelor of Science in Allied Health A-G ART 329 World Art [+] ARTF 113 or CIS 301 Management Information Systems CISC MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 A-G PSY 301 Child Development CHIL 101 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science * Select two of the following science lecture / lab sequences (8 units required) F BIO 100* Survey of Bioscience BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 100A* Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F CHE 101* Introductory Chemistry CHEM 100 or F CHE 101A* Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 152 CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH CSC 209 Calculus for Computer Science II MATH 151 G CSC 242 Intro to Programming Concepts CISC G CSC 252 Programming in C++ CISC G CSC 262 Programming in Java CISC CSC 300 Object Oriented Design CISC CSC 310 Linear Algebra & Matrix Analysis MATH CSC 331 Discrete Structures and Logic MATH 245 B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH F PHS 104* General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A* General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 Bachelor of Science in Construction Engineering Technology F CHE 101 Introductory Chemistry Page 13 of 20 CHEM 100 or CHEM 152

14 F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH EGR 301 Engineering Mathematics MATH 254 F PHS 104 General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 Bachelor of Science in Construction Management ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON EGR 301 Engineering Mathematics MATH 254 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 B MTH 215 College Algebra & Trigonometry Page 14 of 20 MATH 116 or MATH F PHS 104 General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Administration ---- CJA 229 Introduction to Policing ADJU 101 or ADJU 101A/B/C ---- CJA 340 Corrections ADJU CJA 351 Court Systems and the Judicial Process ADJU CJA 352 Criminal Law and Procedure ADJU CJA 356 Criminal Evidence ADJU 210 Bachelor of Science in Domestic Security Management ---- CJA 340 Corrections ADJU CJA 356 Criminal Evidence ADJU MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and Policy F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIOL 210A F BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIOL 210B F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L F CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 200 F CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHEM CIS 301 Management Information Systems CISC 181 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 F EES 103 Fundamentals of Geology GEOL 100 F EES 103A Fundamentals of Geology Laboratory GEOL 101

15 A-G EES 322 Oceanography PHYN 120 B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH A-G SCI 300 Geography [+] GEOG 104 Bachelor of Science in Financial Management ---- ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A ---- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116B E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 B MNS 205 Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Business MATH 116 Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration This major has specific general education (GE) requirements. Students should complete the GE requirements listed for this major in the NU catalog instead of the university GE pattern. Some, but not all, of these GE requirements can be completed at Miramar College prior to transfer; courses fulfilling those requirements are listed below ACC 201 Financial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116A ---- ACC 202 Managerial Accounting Fundamentals ACCT 116B F BIO 100 Survey of Bioscience BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A ---- COH 100 Personal Health HEAL 101 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 E ECO 203 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 121 E ECO 204 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 120 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 A1 ENG 240 Advanced Composition ENGL 105 or 205 D HIS 233 World Civilizations I HIST 100 D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST 101 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 E E PSY 100 or SOC 100 Introduction to Psychology or Principles of Sociology [+] Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Casino Management PSYC 101 or SOCO MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 Bachelor of Science in Information Systems ---- CIS 301 Management Information Systems CISC CIS 320 System Analysis & Integration CISC 210 Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Management ---- ITM 200 Basic Computer H/W & S/W CBTE ITM 205 Office Productivity Software Applications CBTE ITM 210 Introduction to Information Technology CISC 181 Page 15 of 20

16 Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Design Engineering F CHE 101 Introductory Chemistry CHEM 100 or CHEM 152 F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L B CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH EGR 301 Engineering Mathematics MATH 254 F PHS 104 General Physics PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics G CSC 242 Intro to Programming Concepts CISC EES 301 Earth and Planetary Science GEOL 104 B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH B MTH 220 or Calculus I or CSC 208 Calculus for Computer Science I MATH MTH 221 Calculus II MATH MTH 222 Calculus III MATH MTH 223 Calculus IV MATH MTH 325 or Discrete Mathematics or CSC 331 Discrete Structures and Logic MATH 245 A-G PHS 102 Survey of Physical Science PHYN SOC 385 Methods of Social Inquiry PSYC 255 Bachelor of Science in Natural Sciences F BIO 100A Survey of Bioscience Laboratory BIOL 107 or 210A F BIO 161 General Biology 1 BIOL 210A F BIO 162 General Biology 2 BIOL 210B F CHE 101A Introductory Chemistry Laboratory CHEM 100L or CHEM 152L F CHE 141 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 200 F CHE 142 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 201 F EES 103 Fundamentals of Geology GEOL 100 F EES 103A Fundamentals of Geology Laboratory GEOL 101 B MTH 215 College Algebra MATH 116 or MATH F PHS 104A General Physics Laboratory PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 171 General Physics 1 PHYS 125 or 195 F PHS 172 General Physics 2 PHYS 126 or PHYS Courses satisfying upper division requirements for the major with Earth Science Concentration ---- EES 301 Earth and Planetary Science GEOL 104 A-G EES 322 Oceanography PHYN 120 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Generic Entry Page 16 of 20

17 All Nursing programs at National University (NU) have additional admission criteria and other requirements. Admission to National University does not automatically include admission to a nursing program. Students interested in a nursing program should consult the Nursing Programs section of the NU catalog and contact a NU nursing programs advisor. This major has specific general education (GE) requirements. Students should complete the GE requirements listed for this major in the NU catalog instead of the university GE pattern. Some, but not all, of these GE requirements can be completed at Miramar College prior to transfer; courses fulfilling those requirements are listed below. F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL 205 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology SOCO 101 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Accelerated Post-Bachelor Degree This major is for individuals with prior earned bachelor's degree (i.e. B.A., B.S.) who wish to be prepared for licensure as a registered nurse while simultaneously earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. All Nursing programs at National University (NU) have additional admission criteria and other requirements. Admission to National University does not automatically include admission to a nursing program. Students interested in a nursing program should consult the Nursing Programs section of the NU catalog and contact a NU nursing programs advisor. F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL 205 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology SOCO 101 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Licensed Vocational Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (LVN to BSN) Page 17 of 20

18 This major is for already licensed vocational nurses seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. All Nursing programs at National University (NU) have additional admission criteria and other requirements. Admission to National University does not automatically include admission to a nursing program. Students interested in a nursing program should consult the Nursing Programs section of the NU catalog and contact a NU nursing programs advisor. This major has specific general education (GE) requirements. Students should complete the GE requirements listed for this major in the NU catalog instead of the university GE pattern. Some, but not all, of these GE requirements can be completed at Miramar College prior to transfer; courses fulfilling those requirements are listed below. F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL 205 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology SOCO 101 Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) RN Completion This major is for already licensed registered nurses seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. All Nursing programs at National University (NU) have additional admission criteria and other requirements. Admission to National University does not automatically include admission to a nursing program. Students interested in a nursing program should consult the Nursing Programs section of the NU catalog and contact a NU nursing programs advisor. E SOC 100 or Principles of Sociology or SOCO 101 or E SOC 260 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 103 Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership ---- COM 334 Persuasion SPEE LAW 304 Legal Aspects of Business I BUSE MGT 309C Principles of Management and Organization BUSE 201 Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies ---- PLA 301 Legal Theory and Ethics LEGL 100A + 100B ---- PLA 303 Law Office Administration LEGL PLA 306 Torts LEGL PLA 308 Contracts LEGL PLA Directed Research and Writing A and B ENGL LEGL PLA 315 Bankruptcy Law and Procedure LEGL 160 Page 18 of 20

19 ---- PLA 317 Immigration Practice LEGL PLA 335 Employment Law LEGL 155 Bachelor of Science in Public Health The Public Health major has specific general education (GE) requirements. Students should complete the GE requirements listed in the Public Health major section of the NU catalog instead of the university GE pattern. Some, but not all, of these GE requirements can be completed at Miramar College prior to transfer; courses fulfilling those requirements are listed below. F BIO 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 160 or F BIO 201A Human Anatomy & Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 160 or F BIO 202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II F BIO 202A Human Anatomy & Physiology II Laboratory F BIO 203 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 205 F BIO 203A Introduction to Microbiology Laboratory BIOL COH 100 Personal Health HEAL 101 A2 COM 103 Oral Communication SPEE 103 A1 ENG ENG 101 Effective College English I and II ENGL 101 A1 ENG 240 Advanced Composition ENGL 105 or 205 D HIS 233 World Civilizations I HIST 100 D HIS 234 World Civilizations II HIST 101 C ILR 260 Information Literacy LIBS ENGL 105 or 205 E POL 201 American Politics POLI 102 E SOC 100 Principles of Sociology [+] SOCO 101 Page 19 of 20

20 Ricardo Contreras Articulation Officer National University NU-ACCESS ext: 8248 Duane Short, Ph.D. Articulation Officer San Diego Miramar College Articulation Assessment based on the following: Course catalog: San Diego Miramar College National University catalog: Volume 73 September 1, 2009 National University will accept the following General Education certifications: California State University (CSU) General Education certification and the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC). All requirements for CSU General Education and IGETC must be completed and certified prior to transfer to National University. The University will not accept partial certifications. Students transferring with full certification will be required to take only upper-division general education courses at National in order to fulfill the unit requirement for general education, typically one to three courses. Students must provide an official transcript with the certification included or provide a separate certification form. This agreement identifies courses National University will accept in transfer. The articulation agreement may not include all transferable coursework. All applicable transfer coursework for an Associate s or a Bachelor s degree must have a minimum transfer letter grade of C. Transfer courses may be subject to restrictions such as but not limited to: residency requirements, degree requirements, grades and units earned (refer to the current National University catalog for details). Articulation references may be updated or amended at any time. Page 20 of 20

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