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1 TEXAS LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY Course Equivalency with State of Texas Lower-Division Academic Courses TEXAS COMMUNITY COLLEGES TLU EQUIVALENT COURSE CORE COMPETENCY Accounting (ACCT) Business Admin (BUSI) Competency ACCT 2301 or Prin. of Acct I BUSI 231 Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (Q) ACCT 2302 or Prin. of Acct II BUSI 232 Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (Q) Agriculture (AGRI) Agriculture courses transfer as elective credit only, and do not fulfill a competency requirement. Anthropology (ANTH) Sociology (SOCI) Competency ANTH 2301/2101 or ANTH Physical Anthropology SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) ANTH Introduction to Archeology elective only Problem Solving (P) ANTH General Anthropology SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) ANTH Cultural Anthropology SOCI 239 Problem Solving (P) Arabic Language(ARAB) The first 3 hours of Arabic courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the Architecture (ARCH) Architecture courses transfer as elective credit and count toward completion of the 6-hour Arts distribution requirement. Architecture courses satisfy the Aesthetic/Expression (A) competency. Art (ARTS) Art (VART) Competency Art courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Arts dimension requirement. ARTS 1213, 1313, or Foundations of Art VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS Art Appreciation VART 136 Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 1303, Art Hist Survey I, II VART 274, 275 Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 1311, Design I, II VART 138, VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 1316, Drawing I, II VART 131, VART 231 Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 1320, Interior Design I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS Drawing and Painting VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A)

2 Art (ARTS) continued ARTS 2311, Design III, IV VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2313, Design Communications I, II VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2316, Painting I, II VART 233, VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2323, Life Drawing I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2326, Sculpture I, II VART 235, VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2331, Graphic Design I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2333, Printmaking I, II VART 237, VART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2336, Fiber Arts I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2341, Art Metals I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2346, Ceramics I, II VART 272, ART elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2348, 2349 Digital Art I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2356, Photography I, II (Fine arts) VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) ARTS 2366, Watercolor I, II VART electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) Business Computer Information Systems (BCIS) Comp Science (CSCI)(ISYS) Competency BCIS 1301 or Microcomputer Applications ISYS 133 Problem Solving (P) BCIS 1305 or Bus Computer Applications ISYS 133 Problem Solving (P) BCIS BASIC Programming CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS FORTRAN Programming CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS PASCAL Programming CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 1316 or Computer Programming-BASIC CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 1320 or Intro C Programming CSCI 136 Problem Solving (P) BCIS 1331 or Programming in BASIC I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 1332 or COBOL Programming I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 2316 or Adv Structured Program Tech BASIC CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 2320 or Adv C Programming CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 2331 or Adv Programming BASIC CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS 2332 or Adv Programming COBOL CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) BCIS Systems Analysis & Design CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) Biology (BIOL) Biology (BIOL) Competency Lab courses without the corresponding lecture will not transfer. For example, BIOL 1106 will not transfer without successful completion of BIOL1306. BIOL courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Science & Math distribution requirement. BIOL 1406 &1306/ Gen Biology & Lab I BIOL 143 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1407 & 1307/ Gen Biology & Lab II BIOL 144 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1408 & 1308/ Gen Biology I (non-majors) BIOL130 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1409 & 1309/ Gen Biology II (non-majors) BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1411 &1311/ General Botany & Lab BIOL 241 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1413 & 1313/ General Zoology & Lab BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1322, Nutrition & Diet Therapy I, II BIOL235, BIOL elective only 3 hrs Scientific Literacy (S)

3 Biology (BIOL) continued BIOL Intro to Biotechnology I BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 1424 & 1324/ Systematic Botany & Lab BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL Environmental Biology ENVS elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2401 & 2301/2101- Anatomy & Phys I BIOL 147 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2402 & 2302/ Anatomy & Phys II & Lab BIOL 148 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL Anatomy & Physiology I (specialized) BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2305 Anatomy & Physiology II (specialized) BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2404 Anatomy & Physiology (specialized + lab) BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2406 & 2306/2106- Environmental Biology ENVS 140 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2416 & 2316/ Genetics BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2420 & 2320/ Microbio & Lab (non-majors) BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL 2421 & 2321/ Microbio & Lab (science majors) BIOL 242 Scientific Literacy (S) BIOL Vertebrate Zoology BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) Business Administration (BUSI) Business Admin (BUSI) Competency BUSI Business Principles BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) BUSI 1304 or Business Report Writing BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) BUSI Personal Finance BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) BUSI Salesmanship BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) BUSI Business Law BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) BUSI Legal Environment of Business BUSI elective Creative Thinking (C) Chemistry (CHEM) Chemistry (CHEM) Competency CHEM courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Science distribution requirement. Lab courses without the corresponding lecture will not transfer. For example, CHEM 1105 will not transfer without successful completion of CHEM CHEM 1104 or Chemical Calculations CHEM elective Problem Solving (P) CHEM 1405 & 1305/ Intro Chem I & Lab (non-majors) CHEM 133/113 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1406 & 1306/ Intro Chem I & Lab (allied health) CHEM 133/113 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1407 & 1307/ Intro Chem II & Lab (non-majors) CHEM elective Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1408 & 1308/ Intro Chem II & Lab (allied health) CHEM elective Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1411 & 1311/ General Chem I (science majors) CHEM 143 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1412 & 1312/ General Chem II (science majors) CHEM 144 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 1419, Intro Organic Chemistry I, II CHEM elective Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 2401 & 2301/ Analytical Chem I & Lab CHEM elective Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 2402 & 2302/ Analytical Chem II & Lab CHEM elective Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 2323, Organic Chemistry I & Lab CHEM 248 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM Organic Chemistry I CHEM 248 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM 2325, Organic Chemistry II & Lab CHEM 249 Scientific Literacy (S) CHEM Organic Chemistry II CHEM 249 Scientific Literacy (S)

4 Chinese Language (CHIN) Chinese (CHIN) Competency The first 3 hours of Chinese courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the CHIN 1311, 1411 or Beg Chinese I CHIN 131 none CHIN 1312, 1412 or Beg Chinese II CHIN 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) CHIN 2311, Intermediate Chinese I, II CHIN 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Communications (COMM) Communications (COMM) Competency COMM 1129, 1130, 2129, News Publications I, II, IIII, IV COMM electives Creative Thinking (C) COMM 1131, 1132, 2131, Other Publications I, II, III, IV COMM electives Creative Thinking (C) COMM 1136, 1236 or Television Prod I COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 1137, 1237 or Television Prod II COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 1138 or Television Prod III COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Intro to Mass Communication COMM elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) COMM 1316, News Photography I, II COMM electives Creative Thinking (C) COMM 1318, Photo I, II (journalism emphasis) COMM electives Creative Thinking (C) COMM Survey of Radio/Television COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Media Literacy COMM elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) COMM Intro to Technology and Human Comm COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Principles of Journalism COMM 235 Civic Engagement (V) COMM Audio/Radio Production COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Intro to Cinematic Production COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Editing & Layout COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 2209 or News Editing & Copy Reading I COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 2210 or News Editing & Copy Reading II COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 2311, News Gathering & Writing I, II COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM 2316 Interviewing COMM elective Oral Communication (O) COMM Principles of Advertising COMM elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) COMM 2328, Advertising Art I, II COMM electives Creative Thinking (C) COMM Introduction to Public Relations COMM 236 Civic Engagement (V) COMM Radio/Television Announcing COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Radio/Television News COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Writing for Radio, Television, Film COMM elective Creative Thinking (C) COMM Intro to Film COMM elective Creative Thinking (C)

5 Computer Science (COSC) Computer Science (CSCI)(ISYS) Competency COSC 1300 or Intro to Computing Not transferable none COSC 1301 or Microcomputer Applications ISYS 133 Problem Solving (P) COSC Logic Design CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1315 or Fundamentals of Programming CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1317 or FORTRAN Programming I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1318 or PASCAL Prog I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1319 or Assembly Lang Programming I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1320 or C Programming I CSCI 136 Problem Solving (P) COSC 1330 or Computer programming CSCI 2XX Problem Solving (P) COSC 1333 or PL/1 Programming I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1336 or Programming Fund I CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 1337 or Programming Fund II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2315 or Data Structures CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2317 or FORTRAN Programming II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2318 or PASCAL Programming II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2319 or Assembly Lang Prog II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2320 or C Programming II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2325 or Computer Org & Machine Language CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2330 or Adv Structured Languages CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2333 or PL/1 Programming II CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) COSC 2336 or Programming Fund III CSCI elective Problem Solving (P) Criminal Justice (CRIJ) Criminal Justice (CRIJ) Competency CRIJ Introduction to Criminal Justice CRCJ 231 Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Court Systems & Practices CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Crime in America CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Fundamentals of Criminal Law CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Juvenile Justice System CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Community Resources in Corrections CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Correctional Systems & Practices CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Criminal Investigation CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) CRIJ Police Systems & Practices CRCJ elective Problem Solving (P) Czechoslovakian Language (CZEC) The first 3 hours of Czech courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the CZEC 1311, 1411 or Beg Czech I CZEC 1312, 1412 or Beg Czech II CZEC 2311, Intermediate Czech I, II

6 Dance (DANC) Dance Competency The Arts distribution requirement at TLU requires 6 total hours of credit for completion DANC 1101, 1102, Dance Comp I, II, III Arts Dimension credit none DANC 1201 or Dance Composition Arts Dimension credit none DANC Problems in Dance KINE elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DANC 2303, Dance Appreciation Arts Dimension credit Aesthetic/Expression (A) DANC Anatomy & Kinesiology For Dance KINE elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) Any activity dance class transfers in as Kinesiology electives KINE elective none Drama (DRAM) Drama (DRAM) Competency Drama courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Arts distribution requirement DRAM 1120, 1220, or Theater Prac I DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1121, 1221, or Theater Prac II DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1141, 1241 or Makeup DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1142, 1242 or Intro to Costume DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1161, Musical Theater I, II DRAM electives none DRAM Intro to the Theatre DRAM 132 Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM Stage Movement DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM Basic Theater Practice DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1330, Stagecraft I, II DRAM 233, DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 1351, 1352, 2351, Acting I, II, III, IV DRAM 238, DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 2120 or Theater Prac III DRAM elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM Theater Prac IV DRAM elective none DRAM Voice for the Theater DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 2337, Voice for the Actor I, II DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 2361, History of the Theater I, II DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM History of Musical Theater DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) DRAM 2366, Dev of Motion Picture I, II DRAM electives Aesthetic/Expression (A) Economics (ECON) Economics (ECON) Competency Economics courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Social Sciences distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of economics may be used to fulfill the Social Sciences requirement. ECON Intro to Economics ECON elective Problem Solving (P) ECON Consumer Economics Not transferable none ECON 2301, Prin of Macro & Prin of Micro ECON elective, ECON elective Problem Solving (P) ECON Economic Geography ECON elective or GEOG elective Problem Solving (P) Education (EDUC) Education (EDUC) Competency EDUC 1100, 1200, or Learning Framework EDUC elective or PSY elective Critical Reading EDUC Introduction to Education EDUC 130 Critical Reading EDUC Prin and Prac of Multicultural Education EDUC elective Critical Reading EDUC Intro to Special Populations EDUC elective Critical Reading

7 English (ENGL) English (ENGL)(COMP) Competency English literature courses (e.g. ENGL 2321) count toward completion of the 6-hour Humanities distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of English literature may be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement. ENGL Creative Writing Workshop ENGL elective none ENGL 1301, Composition I, II COMP 131, 132 none ENGL Business English ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL Business Writing ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2307, Creative Writing I, II ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL Technical & Business Writing ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2314, Technical & Bus Writing I, II ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL British Literature ENGL 233 Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2322, British Literature I, II ENGL 233, 234 Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL American Literature ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2327, American Literature I, II ENGL electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL World Literature ENGL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2332, World Literature I, II ENGL electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL Forms of Literature ENGL electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL 2342, Forms of Literature II ENGL electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) ENGL Mexican-American Literature ENGL235 Inquiry & Analysis (I) Engineering (ENGR) Engineering (ENGR) Competency ENGR 1101, Intro to Engineering I, II ENGR elective only none ENGR Intro to Engineering ENGR 132 none ENGR 1204 or Engineering Graphics I ENGR elective only none ENGR 1205 or Engineering Graphics II ENGR elective only none ENGR 1307 or Plane Surveying ENGR elective only none ENGR 2301 or Engr Mechanics I-Statics ENGR elective only none ENGR 2302 or Engr Mechanics II-Dynamics ENGR elective only none ENGR 2303 or Engr Mechanics-Statics & Dynamics ENGR elective only none ENGR FORTRAN for Engineers CSCI elective none ENGR 2305 Circuits of Electrical Engineering ENGR elective only none ENGR 2332 or Mechanics of Materials ENGR elective only none Engineering Technology (ENGT) Engineering (ENGR) Competency ENGT 1401, Circuits for Engineering Tech I, II elective credit only none ENGT Digital Fundamentals elective credit only none ENGT AC/DC Circuits for Engineering Tech elective credit only none ENGT Materials and Methods for Engineering Tech elective credit only none ENGT Engineering Materials I for Engineering Tech elective credit only none ENGT Intro to Manufacturing Processes elective credit only none

8 Environmental Science (ENVR) Environmental Sci (ENVS) Competency Environmental Science courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Sciences distribution requirement. ENVR 1401 & 1301/ Environmental Science I ENVS 140 Scientific Literacy (S) ENVR 1402 & 1302/ Environmental Science II ENVS elective Scientific Literacy (S) Forensic Science (FORS) Competency FORS Intro to Forensic Science elective credit only none FORS Intro to Forensic Psychology elective credit only none Forestry (FORE) Forestry Forestry courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Sciences distribution requirement Competency FORE Intro to Forestry BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) FORE 1314 Dendrology BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) FORE Forest Ecology BIOL elective Scientific Literacy (S) French (FREN) French (FREN) Competency The first 3 hours of French courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the FREN 1100, 1200 or Conversational French I Not transferable FREN 1110, 1210 or Conversational French II Not transferable FREN 1311, 1411 or Beg French I FREN 131 none FREN 1312, 1412 or Beg French II FREN 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) FREN 2303, Intro to French Lit I, II FREN elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) FREN Intermediate French Conversation FREN elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) FREN 2311, Intermediate French I, II FREN 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Geography (GEOG) Geography (GEOG) Competency Geography courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Humanities distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of geography may be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement. GEOG Principles of Geography GEOG elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) GEOG Physical Geography GEOG 233 Problem Solving (P) GEOG Cultural Geography GEOG 234 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) GEOG World Regional Geography GEOG elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) GEOG Geography of Middle America GEOG elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) GEOG Geography of North America GEOG elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) GEOG Economic Geography GEOG elective or ECON elective Inquiry & Analysis (I)

9 Geology (GEOL) Geology course transfer as elective credit and count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Sciences distribution requirement. They also fulfill the Scientific Literacy (S) competency. German (GERM) German (GERM) Competency The first 3 hours of German courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the GERM 1100, 1200 or Conversational German I Not transferable GERM 1110, 1210 or Conversational German II Not transferable GERM 1311, 1411 or Beg German I GERM 131 none GERM 1312, 1412 or Beg German II GERM 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) GERM 1313 or Scientific German GERM 1XX Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) GERM 2311, Intermediate German I, II GERM 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Government (GOVT) Political Science (POLS) Competency Government courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Social sciences distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of government may be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement. GOVT Federal & Texas Constitutions POLS elective Problem Solving (P) GOVT American Govt: Federal & Texas POLS 231 Problem Solving (P) GOVT American Govt: Fed & Tex Topics POLS 232 Problem Solving (P) GOVT Intro to Political Science POLS elective Problem Solving (P) GOVT Federal Govt: Federal const & topics POLS 231 Problem Solving (P) GOVT Texas Govt: Tex const & topics POLS elective Problem Solving (P) GOVT Mexican-American Politics POLS elective Problem Solving (P) Greek Language (GREE) Greek (GREK) Greek courses fulfill the Cultural Perspectives & Religion distribution requirement. GREE 1311, 1411 or Beg Greek I GREK 131 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) GREE 1312, 1412 or Beg Greek II GREK 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) GREE 2311, Intermediate Greek I, II GREK electives Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Home Economics (HECO) No courses under HECO are transferable to TLU. History (HIST) History (HIST) Competency History courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Humanities distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of history may be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement. HIST 1301, History of the United States I, II HIST elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) HIST Texas History I HIST 270 Inquiry & Analysis (I) HIST 2311, Western Civilization I, II HIST elective Inquiry & Analysis (I)

10 History (HIST) continued HIST 2313, History of England I, II HIST elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) HIST 2321, World Civilization I, II HIST elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) HIST Eastern Civilizations HIST elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) HIST Mexican-American History HIST or MAST elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) HIST African-American History HIST elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Horticulture (HORT) No courses under HORT are transferable to TLU. Humanities (HUMA) Humanities (HUMD) Competency Humanities courses transfer as elective credit and count toward completion of the 6-hour Humanities distribution requirement. Only 3 hours of Humanities (HUMA) courses may count toward the 6-hour requirement. HUMA 1301, Intro to the Humanities I, II The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) HUMA Intro to Mexican American Studies The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) HUMA Mexican-American Fine Arts Appreciation The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) HUMA Fine Arts Appreciation The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) HUMA American Minority Studies The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) HUMA World Cultures The Humanities Dimension credit Inquiry & Analysis (I) Italian (ITAL) Italian (ITAL) Competency The first 3 hours of Italian courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the ITAL 1311, 1411 or Beginning Italian I ITAL 131 none ITAL 1312, 1412 or Beg Italian II ITAL 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) ITAL 2311, Intermediate Italian I, II ITAL 231 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Japanese (JAPN) Japanese (JAPN) Competency The first 3 hours of Japanese courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the JAPN 1300, Conversational Japanese I, II Not transferable none JAPN 1311, 1411 or Beg Japanese I JAPN 131 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) JAPN 1312, 1412 or Beg Japanese II JAPN 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) JAPN 2311, Intermediate Japanese I, II JAPN 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Korean (KORE) The first 3 hours of Korean courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the

11 Latin (LATI) Latin (LATI) Competency Greek courses fulfill the Cultural Perspectives & Religion distribution requirement. LATI 1311, 1411 or Elem Latin I LATI 131 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) LATI 1312, 1412 or Elem Latin II LATI 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) LATI 2311, Inter Latin I, II LATI 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Mathematics (MATH) Mathematics (MATH) Competency The first three hours of mathematics will complete the Basic Quantitative Literacy foundation requirement. The second three hours of mathematics will complete the Natural Sciences & Math distribution requirement and fulfill the Advanced Quantitative Reasoning competency. Developmental math will not transfer. MATH 1314 or College Algebra MATH 133 MATH Plane Trigonometry MATH elective MATH Math for Bus & Soc Sci I (Finite Math) MATH 136 MATH 1325 or Math for Bus & Soc Sci II (Business Calculus) MATH 136 MATH 1332, Math for Liberal Arts I, II MATH 130, MATH elective MATH 1342, 1442, 2342 or Elem Statistical Methods STAT elective MATH Analytical Geometry MATH elective MATH Fundamentals of Mathematics I MATH elective MATH Fundamentals of Mathematics II MATH elective MATH 2305 or Discrete Mathematics MATH 233 MATH 2312 or Precalculus Math MATH 148 MATH 2313, 2413 or Calculus I, or MATH 241 MATH 2417 or Accelerated Calculus I MATH 241 MATH 2314 or Calculus II, or MATH 242 MATH 2419 or Accelerated Calculus II MATH 242 MATH 2315 or Calculus III MATH elective MATH Calculus IV MATH elective MATH 2318 or Linear Algebra MATH elective MATH 2320 or Differential Equations MATH elective MATH 2321 or 2421 Differential Eq & Linear Algebra MATH elective Music (MUSI) Music (MUSI) Competency 3-hour music courses count toward fulfillment of the 6-hour Arts distribution requirement. MUSI 1114, 1115, 2114, 2115 Keyboard Harmony I, II, III, IV MUSI elective none MUSI 1116, 1216, or Elem Sight Singing & Ear Training I MUSI 111 none MUSI 1117, 1217, or Elem Sight Singing & Ear Training II MUSI 112 none MUSI 1157, Opera Workshop I, II MUSI elective none MUSI 1159, Musical Theatre I, II MUSI elective none MUSI Italian Diction MUSI elective none

12 Music (MUSI) continued MUSI English Diction MUSI elective none MUSI 1162 or 1262, 1165 or Vocal Diction I, II MUSI elective none MUSI 1163 or 1263, 1164 or Improvisation I, II MUSI elective none MUSI 1186, 1286 or Composition I MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 1187, 1287 or Composition II MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 2186 or 2286, Composition III, IV MUSI elective none MUSI Opera Workshop MUSI elective none MUSI 1208 or 1308, 1209 or Music Literature I, II MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 1211, Music Theory I MUSI elective, MUSI 131 Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 1212, Music Theory II MUSI elective, MUSI 132 Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 1290 or 1390, 1291 or Electronic Music I, II MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Music Education MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 1301, Fundamentals of Music I, II MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Fundamentals of Music MUSI 133 Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Foundations of Music Music elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Music Appreciation MUSI 130 Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Music Literature (one semester) MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Music Literature I MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI Music Literature II MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI American Music MUSI elective Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 2116 or Adv Sight Singing & Ear Training I MUSI 211 none MUSI 2117 or Adv Sight Singing & Ear Training II MUSI 212 none MUSI 2157, Opera Workshop III, IV MUSI elective none MUSI German Diction MUSI elective none MUSI French diction MUSI elective none MUSI 2163, Improvisation III, IV MUSI elective none MUSI 2211, Music Theory III MUSI elective, MUSI 231 Aesthetic/Expression (A) MUSI 2212, Music Theory IV MUSI elective, MUSI 232 Aesthetic/Expression (A) Applied Music (MUSI) Applied Music (AMUS) Competency MUSI 1166, Woodwind Class I, II. AMUS 114c, AMUS elective none MUSI 2166, Woodwind Class III, IV AMUS elective none MUSI 1168, Brass Class I, II AMUS 115c none MUSI 1181, 1182, 2181, 2182 Piano Class I, II, III, IV AMUS 111c none MUSI 1183, 1184, 2183, 2184 Voice Class I, II, III, IV AMUS 113c none MUSI 1188, Percussion Class I, II AMUS 116c none MUSI 1190, 2190 Strings Class I, II AMUS 117c none MUSI 1192, 1193, 2192, Guitar Class I, II, III, IV AMUS 118c none All other Applied Music transfers to TLU as AMUS credit AMUS elective none

13 Music Ensemble (MUEN) Music (MUSI) Competency All Ensembles transfer to TLU as ensemble credit. MUSI elective none Nursing (RNSG) No courses under RNSG are transferable to TLU. Physical Education (either PHED or KINE) Kinesiology (KINS) Competency All PHED (or KINE) activity courses transfer to TLU as KINE activity courses. *PHED 1151, Scuba diving I, II KINS110, KINS elective none *PHED 1153 or Lifeguard Training KINS elective none *PHED 2155 or Water Safety KINS elective none *PHED 1206 or 1306 or First Aid KINS 122 none *PHED Taping & Bandaging KINS elective none *PHED 1301 or 1238 or Intro to Phy Fitness & Sport KINS 135 Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED 1304, Personal/Community Health I, II PRWB 130, KINS elective none *PHED 1308, Sports Officiating I, II KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED 1321, Sports Studies I, II KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED Ph Ed in Elementary Ed Major KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED Game Skills KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED Rhythm Skills KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED 1336, Intro to Recreation I, II KINS electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) *PHED Concepts of Physical Fitness PRWB 130 none *PHED 1346 or Drug Use and Abuse KINS electives none *PHED Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries KINS elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) *Course prefix may also be KINE Philosophy (PHIL) Philosophy (PHIL) Competency Philosophy courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Humanities distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of philosophy may be used to fulfill the Humanities requirement. PHIL Intro to Philosophy PHIL 233 Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL Intro to World Religions THEO elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL 1316, History of Religions I, II THEO electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL Intro to Logic PHIL 232 Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL Ethics PHIL 132 Ethical Reasoning (E) PHIL Intro to Social and Political Philosophy PHIL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL 2316, History of Classic & Modern Phil I, II PHIL electives Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL Contemporary Philosophy PHIL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) PHIL Philosophy of Religion PHIL elective Inquiry & Analysis (I)

14 Physics (PHYS) Physics (PHYS) Competency Physics courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Natural Science distribution requirement. Lab courses without the corresponding lecture will not transfer. For example, PHYS 1101 will not transfer without successful completion of PHYS PHYS 1401 & 1301/ College Physics I & Lab (algebra) PHYS 141 Problem Solving (P) PHYS 1402 & 1302/ College Physics II & Lab (algebra) PHYS 142 Problem Solving (P) PHYS 1403 & 1303/ Stars & Galaxies & Lab Natural Science credit Scientific Literacy (S) PHYS 1404 & 1304/ Solar System & Lab Natural Science credit Scientific Literacy (S) PHYS 1405 & 1305/ Elem Physics I & Lab (non-science) Natural Science credit Problem Solving (P) PHYS 1407 & 1307/ Elem Physics II & Lab (non-science) Natural Science credit Problem Solving (P) PHYS 1410 & 1310/ Elementary Physics (non-science) Natural science credit Problem Solving (P) PHYS 1415 & 1315/ Physical Science I & Lab Natural Science credit Scientific Literacy (S) PHYS 1417 & 1317/ Physical Science II & Lab Natural Science credit Scientific Literacy (S) PHYS 2425 & 2325/ University Phys I & Lab (calculus) PHYS 240 Problem Solving (P) PHYS 2426 & 2326/ University Phys II & Lab (calculus) PHYS 241 Problem Solving (P) PHYS University Physics III (calculus) Natural Science credit Problem Solving (P) Portuguese Language (PORT) Portuguese Competency The first 3 hours of Portuguese courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the PORT 1311, 1411 or Beg Portuguese I PORT 131 none PORT 1312, 1412 or Beg Portuguese II PORT 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) PORT 2311, Intermediate Portuguese I, II PORT 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Psychology (PSYC) Psychology (PSYC) Competency Psychology courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Social Sciences distribution requirement. No more than 3 hours of psychology may be used to fulfill the Social Sciences requirement. PSYC 1100, 1200, Learning Framework PSYC elective or EDUC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Human Relations PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC General Psychology PSYC 131 Problem Solving (P) PSYC Applied Psychology PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Business Psychology PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Human Sexuality PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC 2307, Adolescent Psychology I, II PSYC electives Problem Solving (P) PSYC Child Psychology PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Child Guidance & Self PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Early Childhood PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Adult Development PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Human Development PSYC 236 Problem Solving (P) PSYC Lifespan Growth & Development PSYC 236 Problem Solving (P) PSYC Psychology of Adjustment PRWB 130 none PSYC Psychology of Personality PSYC elective Problem Solving (P)

15 Psychology (PSYC) continued PSYC Statistical Methods in Psychology PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Juvenile Delinquency PSYC elective Problem Solving (P) PSYC Social Psychology PSYC 234 Problem Solving (P) Real Estate (REAL) No courses under REAL are transferable to TLU. Russian Language (RUSS) Russian (RUSS) Competency The first 3 hours of Russian courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the RUSS 1311, 1411 or Beg Russian I RUSS 131 none RUSS 1312, 1412 or Beg Russian II RUSS 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) RUSS 2311, Intermediate Russian I, II RUSS 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Sign Language American (SGNL) Sign Language Competency The first 3 hours of sign language courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. SGNL 1201, 1301, 1401 or Beg Amer Sign Lang I Modern Language credit none SGNL 1202, 1302, 1402 or Beg Amer Sign Lang II Modern Language credit none SGNL 2301, Inter American Sign Lang I, II Modern Language credit none Sociology (SOCI) Sociology (SOCI) Competency Sociology courses count toward completion of the 6-hour Social Sciences dimension requirement. No more than 3 hours of sociology may be used to fulfill the Social Sciences dimension requirement. SOCI Introductory Sociology SOCI 130 Problem Solving (P) SOCI Social Problems SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) SOCI Marriage and the Family SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) SOCI Human Sexuality SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) SOCI 2319, Minority Studies I, II SOCI 236, SOC elective Problem Solving (P) SOCI Social Psychology SOCI 274 Problem Solving (P) SOCI Criminology SOCI 231A Problem Solving (P) SOCI Juvenile Delinquency SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) SOCI Drug Use & Abuse SOCI elective Problem Solving (P) Social Work (SOCW) Social Work Competency Social Work courses transfer as elective credit and count toward completion of the 6-hour Social Sciences distribution requirement. SOCW Intro to Social Work The Social Science Dimension credit Problem Solving (P) SOCW Social Welfare as a Social Institution The Social Science Dimension credit Problem Solving (P)

16 Spanish (SPAN) Spanish (SPAN) Competency The first 3 hours of Spanish courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the SPAN 1100, 1110, 1200, 1210, 1300 or Beg Conversational Spanish I, II Not transferable none SPAN 2106, 2206 or Inter Conversational Spanish Not transferable none SPAN Intensive Beginning Spanish SPAN 132 none SPAN 1311, 1411 or Beg Spanish I SPAN 131 none SPAN 1312, 1412 or Beg Spanish II SPAN 132 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN 2311, Inter Spanish I, II SPAN 231, 232 Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN 2313, Spanish for Native Speakers I, II SPAN electives Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN 2316, Career Spanish I, II SPAN electives Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN 2321, Intro to Spanish Lit I, II SPAN electives Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN Intro to Latin American Literature SPAN elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) SPAN Spanish Culture SPAN elective Intercultural Global Knowledge (G) Speech (SPCH) Communications (COMM) Competency SPCH 1144, Forensic Activity I, II COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Parliamentary Procedure COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Intro to Speech Communication COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Public Speaking COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Interpersonal Communication COMM 271 Oral Communication (O) SPCH Bus and Professional Speech COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Voice and Diction COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH 2144, Forensic Activities III, IV COMM electives Oral Communication (O) SPCH Intro to Technology & Human Comm COMM electives Oral Communication (O) SPCH Discussion & Small Group Communication COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Argument and Debate COMM elective Oral Communication (O) SPCH Oral Interpretation COMM elective Oral Communication (O) Early Childhood Education (TECA) Early Childhood Education (EDUC) Competency TECA Family & the Community EDUC elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) TECA Intro to Early Childhood Education EDUC elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) TECA Nutrition, Health, & Safety EDUC elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) TECA Child Growth & Development EDUC elective Inquiry & Analysis (I) Vietnamese (VIET) The first 3 hours of Vietnamese courses will count toward completion of the 3-hour Modern Language foundation requirement. The second three hours will meet the

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