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1 Appendix A: Articulated Associate Degrees between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University The following table is the list of Articulated Associate Degrees between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University (GCU). Students who complete a transfer-oriented associate degree (Associate of Arts or Associate of Science) may fulfill Grand Canyon University s General Education requirements. Students without a transfer-oriented degree (Associate of Applied Science) must fulfill the General Education requirements and have a course-by-course evaluation completed. Additional transfer policy information is located within GCU s University Policy Handbook. Central Arizona College Degrees Grand Canyon University Degrees Associate of Arts Degrees Associate of Arts in Administration of Justice Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management Associate of Arts in Agriculture Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Associate of Arts in Athletic Training Education Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (Ground Program Only Associate of Arts in Elementary Education Associate of Arts in Fine Arts Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Grades K-8 (Emphasis in English) Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Grades K-8 (Emphasis in Math) Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Grades K-8 (Emphasis in Science) Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education (Dual Major) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Biology) (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Business Education) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Chemistry) (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in English) Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Math) Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Production (Ground Only) Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Screenwriting (Ground Only) Associate of Arts in Recreation and Tourism Bachelor of Science in Sports Management Management Associate of Science Degrees Associate of Science in Agriculture Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Biology) Associate of Science in Chemistry Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Chemistry) Associate of Applied Science Degrees Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting Associate of Applied Science in Administration of Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies Justice Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management

2 Associate of Applied Science in Agriculture General Associate of Applied Science in Business Associate of Applied Science in Dietetic Technician Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Family Child Care Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Infant/Toddler Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Management Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Preschool Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education School-Age (Deleted eff. Fall 201) Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Technology Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology Associate of Applied Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management Associate of Applied Science in Live Audio and Lighting Associate of Applied Science in Medical Assistant Associate of Applied Science in Medical Transcription (Deleted eff. Fall 2012). Associate of Applied Science in Microcomputer Business Applications Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Associate of Applied Science in Paramedicine Associate of Applied Science in Sports Management Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education (Emphasis in Biology) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Management Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics Bachelor of Science in Marketing Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Athletic Coaching (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Health Education (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Physical Education (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Web Design (Ground Only) Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Animation (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Bachelor of Science in Business Management Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Production (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Physician Assistant (Ground Only) Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management Bachelor of Science in Sports Management * Transfer Paths

3 Appendix B: Course-by-Course Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University The following table is the assessment of the courses between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University. The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts. These courses fulfill the competency requirements; however, the courses may not fulfill the credit requirements. To obtain an undergraduate degree at GCU students are required to meet 120 semester credit hours for graduation. Central Arizona College Course Number Central Arizona College GCU Course Equivalency GCU Applied Semester ACC 100: Fundamentals of Accounting General Education: Critical Thinking ACC 121: Income Tax Fundamentals General Education: Critical Thinking ACC 201: Financial Accounting ACC-250: Financial Accounting ACC 202: Managerial Accounting ACC-50: Managerial Accounting ACC 222: Payroll Accounting General Education: Critical Thinking ACC 226: Accounting With QuickBooks General Education: Critical Thinking Pro ACC 227: Accounting With Peachtree General Education: Critical Thinking Complete AJS 101: Introduction to Administration of JUS-104: Introduction to Justice Studies Justice AJS 110: Public Safety Dispatch Education General Electives and Training AJS 122: Traffic Control General Electives AJS 12: Ethics and the Administration of JUS-460: Ethics in Criminal Justice Justice System AJS 124: Defense Tactics General Electives AJS 10: Firearms General Electives AJS 140: Communications in Law.5 General Education: Global Awareness.5 Enforcement AJS 209: Substantive Criminal Law JUS-40: Criminal Law AJS 210: Constitutional Law General Education: Global Awareness AJS 212: Juvenile Justice Procedures JUS-452: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice AJS 222: Criminalistics General Education: Global Awareness AJS 224: Police Administration JUS-20: The Police Function AJS 225: Criminology JUS-110: Crime and Criminology AJS 20: The Police Function JUS-20: The Police Function AJS 240: The Corrections Function JUS-0: The Correctional Function AJS 260: Procedural Criminal Law JUS-45: Criminal Procedure AJS 270: Community Relations General Education: Global Awareness AJS 275: Criminal Investigations General Education: Global Awareness AJS 295: Internship General Electives ART 101: Two-Dimensional Design DDN-100: Survey of the Visual Arts ART 102: Three-Dimensional Design DDN-105: Drawing for the Visual Arts ART 107: Drawing I DDN-110: Design Fundamentals ART109: Color Theory General Education: Global Awareness ART 207: Art History I General Education: Global Awareness ART 208: Art History II General Education: Global Awareness BIO 100: Biology Concepts 4 BIO-100 & BIO-100L: Biology Concepts & Lab BIO 156: Human Biology for Allied Health 4 4

4 BIO 160: Introduction to Human Anatomy 4 BIO-155: Introduction to Human 4 and Physiology Anatomy and Physiology & Lab BIO 181: General Biology I 4 BIO-181/BIO-181L: General Biology & 4 Lab BIO 182: General Biology II 4 BIO-182/BIO-182L: General Biology & 4 Lab BIO 201: Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 BIO 201/BIO 201L: Human Anatomy 4 and Physiology II & Lab BIO 202: Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 BIO 202/BIO 202L: Human Anatomy 4 II and Physiology II & Lab BIO 205: Microbiology 4 BIO-205/BIO-205L: Microbiology & Lab 4 BUS 100: Introduction to Business General Elective BUS 101: Business Mathematics General Education: Critical Thinking BUS 120: Personal Money Management General Education: Critical Thinking BUS 180: Introduction to Marketing MKT-245: Principles of Marketing BUS 208: Business Statistics BUS-52: Business Statistics BUS 250: Planning the Entrepreneurial Venture BUS 250A: Entrepreneurship Introduction 0.75 ENT-420: New Venture Financing BUS 250B: Entrepreneurship Market 0.75 Planning BUS 250C: Entrepreneurship Financial 0.75 and Planning ENT-445: Business for Entrepreneurs BUS 260D: Entrepreneurship The Business 0.75 Plan BUS 122: Small Business Management General Elective BUS 12: Business Relations General Elective BUS 190: Principles of Management and MGT-240: Introduction to Management Leadership BUS 201: Legal Environment of Business General Education: Global Awareness BUS 207: Business Communications General Education: Effective Communication BUS 260: Applied Business Seminar General Elective CBA 102A: Workshop for MS Word 0.5 General Elective 0.5 Introduction CBA 110A: Computers for Beginners 1 General Elective 1 CBA 110C: MS Windows Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 111A: Internet Explorer 1 General Elective 1 CBA 112A: MS Word Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 112B: MS Word Intermediate 1 General Elective 1 CBA 112C: MS Word - Advanced 1 General Elective 1 CBA 11A: MS Excel Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 11B: MS Excel Intermediate 1 General Elective 1 CBA 11C: MS Excel - Advanced 1 General Elective 1 CBA 114A: MS Access Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 114B: MS Access Intermediate 1 General Elective 1 CBA 114C: MS Access - Advanced 1 General Elective 1 CBA 115: MS Office Integration 1 General Elective 1 CBA 116A: MS PowerPoint Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 116B: MS PowerPoint Advanced 1 General Elective 1 CBA 117A: MS Publisher Basic 1 General Elective 1 CBA 117B: MS Publisher Intermediate 1 General Elective 1 CBA 118: MS Outlook 1 General Elective 1 CBA 122A: MS Word Module I 2 General Elective 2 CBA 122B: MS Word Module 2 2 General Elective 2 CBA 1A: Spreadsheet Applications in Excel General Elective

5 CBA 1B: Advanced Spreadsheets General Elective Applications in Excel CBA 14A: Database Management in General Elective Access CBA 14B: Advanced Database General Elective Management in Access CBA 210: Web Development Tools General Elective CBA 211: JavaScript Programming General Education: Critical Thinking CBA 212: Adobe Flash Animation General Elective CHM 18: Chemistry for Allied Health CHM-101: Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry CHM 151: General Chemistry I 4 CHM-11/CHM-11L: General 4 Chemistry I & Lab CHM 152: General Chemistry II 4 CHM-115/CHM-115L: General 4 Chemistry II & Lab CHM 20: Fundamental Organic Chemistry 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 CHM 25: General Organic Chemistry I 4 CHM-21/CHM-21L: Organic 4 Chemistry I & Lab CHM 26: General Organic Chemistry II 4 CHM-22/CHM-22L: Organic 4 Chemistry II & Lab CIS 110: Fundamentals of Computer General Elective Literacy CIS 111: Introduction to the Internet 2 General Elective 2 CIS 112: Web Page Design Fundamentals General Elective CIS 120: Survey of Computer Information General Elective Systems CIS 121: Microcomputer Operating System General Elective Fundamentals CIS 12: Introduction to Programming General Education: Critical Thinking CIS 129: Database Fundamentals General Elective CIS 10: Networking Essentials General Elective CIS 150: Windows Server General Elective CIS 152: Network Infrastructure General Elective CIS 15: Network Security General Elective CIS 157: Computer Forensics and General Education: Critical Thinking Investigation CIS 181: C#.NET 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 CIS 21: Linux Server General Elective CIS 214: Application Development in Excel General Elective CIS 215: CISCO Routers General Elective CIS 216: Java Programming 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 CIS 217: Application Development in General Elective Access CIS 218: C++ Programming 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 CIS 219: Exchange Server General Elective CIS 2: Web Application Development General Education: Critical Thinking Using PHP CIS 25: Oracle Forms and Reports General Elective CIS 27: Oracle Administration General Elective COM 100: Fundamentals of Human General Education: Effective Communication Communication COM 101: Interpersonal Communication General Education: Effective Communication COM 202: Introduction to Group General Education: Effective Communication Communication COM 206: Public Speaking COM-210: Public Speaking COM 26: Intercultural Communication General Education: Effective Communication

6 CUL 105: Food Safety Foundations 1 General Elective 1 CUL 110: Asian Cuisine 1 General Elective 1 CUL 112: Italian Cuisine 1 General Elective 1 CUL 114: Mexican and Latin American 1 General Elective 1 Cuisine CUL 121: Culinary Concepts 1 General Elective 1 CUL 125: Sustainable Food Practices 1 General Elective 1 CUL 10: Culinary Principles and General Elective Applications I CUL 142: Applied Food Science 4 General Elective 4 CUL 160: Baking and Pastry I General Elective CUL 161: Cake Decorating 1 General Elective 1 CUL 162: Cakes, Fillings, and Frostings 1 General Elective 1 CUL 167: Introduction to Food Styling 1 General Elective 1 CUL 168: Introduction to Food Photography 1 General Elective 1 CUL 170: Dining and Beverage Operations 2 General Elective 2 CUL 185: Catering Operations 2 General Elective 2 CUL 205: HACCP Principles 1 General Elective 1 CUL 20: Culinary Principles and General Elective Applications II CUL 260: Baking and Pastry II General Elective CUL 261: Advanced Cake Decorating 1 General Elective 1 CUL 26: Everything Chocolate 1 General Elective 1 CUL 290: Commercial Cooking Practicum 2 General Elective 2 CUL 292: Study Abroad: Italian Cuisine and Culture 4 General Elective 4 ECE 116: Guiding and Observing Children ECE 271: Creating Early Childhood Environments ECH-15: Child Guidance, Management, and the Environment General Elective ECE 117: Guidance for Family Childcare ECH-15: Child Guidance, Management, ECE 272: Family Childcare Environments and the Environment General Elective 2 ECE 119: Making Learning Visible Through 1 General Elective 1 Documentation ECE 120B: Providing a Healthy 1 Environment ECE 120D: Ensuring a Safe Environment for 1 ECH-15: Child Guidance, Management, 4 Children and the Environment ECE 128A: Environments for Infants and 1 Toddlers General Elective ECE 10A: Learning Environment 1 ECE 176: Early Childhood Development and Theories ECE 121: Health for Family Childcare 1 ECH-25: Child Growth and 4 ECE 122: Safety for Family Childcare 1 Development: Health, Safety, Nutrition, ECE 12: Nutrition for Family Care 1 and Fitness ECE 176: Early Childhood Development and Theories General Elective 2 ECE 124: Active Learning in Math and General Elective Science ECE 125A: Nutrition 1 General Elective 1 ECE 129B: Observation Skills in the Infant 1 General Elective 1 and Toddler Program 4 2 4

7 ECE 176: Early Childhood Development and Theories AND ECE 220: Managing Food, Health and Safety in Childcare Programs 6 ECH-25: Child Growth and Development: Health, Safety, Nutrition, and Fitness General Elective 2 ECE 177: Ages and Stages of Children 0-12 PSY-54: Child Psychology ECE 18: Curriculum and Learning 1 General Elective 1 Materials for Infants ECE 184: Curriculum and Learning 1 General Elective 1 Materials for Toddlers ECE 212: Creative Expressions for Young General Elective Children ECE 221: ECE Program Financial General Elective Management ECE 222: Managing and Evaluating ECE General Elective Programs ECE 22: Planning and Promoting ECE General Elective Programs ECE 224: Supervision in Early Childhood General Elective Programs ECE 225A: Encouraging Self-Discipline in 1 General Elective 1 Children (Delete eff. Fall 201) ECE 226A: Cognitive Development of 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1 Infants and Toddlers ECE 227B: Guidance and Discipline of 1 General Elective 1 Infants and Toddlers ECE 228B: Physical Development in 1 General Elective 1 Infancy/Toddlerhood ECE 226C: Language Development of 1 General Elective 1 Infants and Toddlers ECE 227C: Enhancing Social Competency of 1 General Elective 1 Infants and Toddlers ECE 229: Professional Portfolio Preparation General Elective ECE 248: Early Childhood Program 1 General Elective 1 Philosophies ECE 250: Professionalism 1 General Elective 1 ECE 254: Emerging Language and Literacy ECH-425: Early Literacy Development ECE 255: Communications for Family ECH-25: Child, Family, Community, Childcare and Culture ECE 256: Math for School-Agers (Delete eff. 1 General Elective 1 Fall 201) ECE 257: The Business of Family Childcare General Elective ECE 276: Child Development EDU-21: Educational Psychology ECE 278: Effective Curriculum Design for General Elective Teachers of Young Children ECE 279: Curriculum for Family Childcare General Elective ECE 280: Inclusion of Children with Special ECH-225: Introduction to the Exceptional Needs Learner ECE 28: Valuing Families and Diversity ECH-25: Child, Family, Community, and Culture ECN 200: Contemporary Economics Issues General Education: Critical Thinking OR Global Awareness ECN 201: Principles of Macroeconomics 6 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics 4 AND ECN 202: Principles of Microeconomics General Elective 2 EDU 205: Introduction to Language (Delete ENG-58: Introduction to English eff. Fall 2012) Grammar and Linguistics EDU 221: Introduction to Education EDU 210: Foundations of Education 4

8 EDU 222: Introduction to Special Education SPE 226: Educating the Exceptional Learner EDU 225: Relationships in the Classroom 6 EDU-450: Classroom Engagement and AND Management EDU 228: Behavior Management General Elective EDU 20: Cultural Values in Education EDU 20: Cultural Diversity in the Classroom EDU 240: Provisional Structured English ESL 22N: SEI English Language Immersion (SEI) Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies EIT 100: History of Rock n Roll General Education: Global Awareness EIT 101: Introduction to Entertainment General Education: Global Awareness EIT 120: Entertainment Law General Education: Global Awareness EIT 10: Live Audio Production I General Education: Global Awareness EIT 140: Introduction to Lighting TRE-475: Stage Lighting and Design EIT 151: Digital Audio Workstation General Education: Global Awareness EIT 15: Recording Engineering I General Education: Global Awareness EIT 170: Performance Skills 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1 EIT 171: Songwriting I MUS-75: Song Literature I EIT 20: Entertainment Capstone Project 2 General Elective 2 EIT 221: Entertainment Marketing and General Elective Promotion EIT 222: Artist Management General Elective EIT 22: Events/Venue Management General Elective EIT 21: Live Audio Production II General Education: Global Awareness EIT 22: Equipment Maintenance General Elective EIT 241: Concert Lighting General Education: Global Awareness EIT 242: Rigging General Education: Global Awareness EIT 254: Recording Engineering II General Education: Global Awareness EIT 255: Recording Engineering III General Education: Global Awareness EIT 261: Acting for the Camera TRE-145: Acting I EIT 272: Songwriting II MUS-76: Song Literature II EIT 296: Entertainment Internship General Elective ELC 122: Direct Current and Alternating General Education: Critical Thinking Current Circuit Analysis ELC 126: Residential Wiring General Elective ELC 128: Introduction to Programmable General Elective Logic Controllers ELC 200: Radio Frequency RF/High General Elective Vacuum HV ELC 201: Solar Photo Voltaic I General Elective ELC 202: Solar Photo Voltaic II General Elective ELC 220: Active Circuits General Elective ELC 221: Control Devices General Elective ELC 222: Active Circuits and Systems General Elective ELC 22: Integrated Circuit Devices General Elective ELC 228: Advanced Programmable Logic General Elective Controllers ELC 251: Instrumentation General Elective EMS 100: (CPR at the Professional Rescuer level or Health Care Professional level or equivalency) CPR for Professionals 0.5 General Elective 0.5 EMS 125: (Basic EMT, certified in the State of Arizona) EMS 272A: Advanced Emergency Medical Terminology/Paramedic, Module I EMS 272B: Advanced Emergency Medical Terminology/Paramedic, Module II 8 General Elective General Elective General Elective

9 EMS 272C: Advanced Emergency Medical 8.5 General Elective 8.5 Terminology/Paramedic, Module III EMS 272D: Advanced Emergency Medical 6 General Elective 6 Terminology/Paramedic, Practicum I EMS 272E: Advanced Emergency Medical 6 General Elective 6 Terminology/Paramedic, Practicum II ENG 101: English Composition III 4 ENG-105: English Composition I 4 ENG 102: English Composition IV ENG-106: English Composition II ENV 101: Environmental Science BIO-220: Environmental Science FSC 106: Introduction to Emergency General Elective Services FSC 108: Fundamentals of Fire Prevention General Elective FSC 111: Emergency Driver Operator 2 General Elective 2 FSC 117: Fire Apparatus and Equipment General Elective FSC 118: Fire Hydraulics General Elective FSC 129: Hazardous Materials First General Elective Responder Operations FSC 14: Fitness and Conditioning for General Elective Firefighters FSC 140: Firefighter I & II 1 General Elective 1 FSC 180: Wildland Fire, Module I General Elective FSC 202: Supervisory Training For General Elective Firefighters FSC 204: Firefighters Tactics and Strategy General Elective FSC 205: Command Strategies for Major 4 General Elective 4 Emergencies FSC 208: Firefighter Safety and Building General Elective Construction FSC 209: Fire Origin, Cause, and General Elective Determination FSC 28: Vehicular Extraction and Victim 2 General Elective 2 Stabilization FSC 250: Ladder Company Officer 1 General Elective 1 FSC 252: Engine Company Officer 1 General Elective 1 HCC 100: Introduction to Health Care HLT-100: Health Care Roles and Integration of Patient Care HCC 110A: Medical Terminology A General Elective HCC 110B: Medical Terminology B General Elective HCC 111: Healthcare Law and Ethics 2 General Education: Global Awareness 2 HCC 112: Interpersonal Skills 2 General Education: Global Awareness 2 HCC 11: Math and Dosage Calculations for 1 General Education: Critical Thinking 1 Health Occupations HCC 116: Medical Terminology Accelerated General Elective HIM 115: Health Information Technology I General Elective HIM 117: Health Information Technology II General Elective HIM 121: Legal Aspects of Health 2 General Elective 2 Information HIM 11: Introduction to Insurance and HCA-240: Health Care Accounting and Insurance Billing I Billing HIM 18: ICD Coding General Elective HIM 158: CPT Coding General Elective HIM 160: Health Information Technology 2 General Elective 2 Seminar HIM 200: Healthcare Reimbursement 2 General Elective 2 HIM 205: Healthcare Statistics and Research 2 General Elective 2 HIM 208: Advanced Coding 2 General Elective 2 HIM 210: Supervision and Quality 2 General Elective 2

10 HIM 215: Health Information Systems HCA-60: Health Information Technology and Management HIM 275Q: Health Information Technology 4 General Elective 4 Practicum HIS 101: United States History I General Education: Global Awareness HPM 140: Medical Assisting Skills I 4 General Elective 4 HPM 141: Medical Assisting Skills II 4 General Elective 4 HPM 162: Basic Pharmacology for Health NUR-20: Introduction to Pharmacology Occupations HPM 171: Administrative Medical 4 General Elective 4 Procedures HPM 17: Pathophysiology BIO-48: Pathophysiology HPM 175C: Practicum Medical Assistant 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 HRM 100: Introduction to Hospitality General Elective HRM 101: Facilities Management General Elective HRM 102: Management of Guest Services General Elective HRM 10: Managing Food Service General Elective 2 Operations HRM 106: Supervision in the Hospitality General Elective Industry HRM 208: Hospitality Law General Elective LIT 291: Children s Literature for Educators ECH-40: Early Childhood Literature MAT 101: Essential Mathematics General Education: Critical Thinking MAT 121: Intermediate Algebra 4 MAT-14: Applications of Algebra 4 MAT 141: College Mathematics, Standard 4 MAT-110: Basics of Algebra 4 MAT 151: College Algebra, Standard MAT-14: Applications of Algebra MAT 162: Applied Statistics MAT-274: Probability and Statistics MAT 201: Math for Elementary Teachers I MAT 150: Math for Elementary Teachers I MAT 202: Math for Elementary Teachers II MAT 151: Math for Elementary Teachers II MAT 221: Analytical Geometry and 4 MAT-52: Calculus and Analytic 4 Calculus I Geometry I MHL 100: Music Appreciation MUS-210: Music Appreciation MSC 101: Media and Society COM-126: Communications and the Media MSC 120: Graphic Design and Adobe General Education: Global Awareness InDesign MSC 10: Digital Photography and ART-215: Photography and Digital Photoshop Imaging MSC 205: Portfolio Preparation General Elective MSC 220: Advanced Graphic Design General Education: Global Awareness MSC 20: Advanced Digital Photography General Education: Global Awareness and Adobe Photoshop NTR 12: Nutrition Throughout the Life General Education: Global Awareness Cycle NTR 127: Breastfeeding and Human 1 General Elective 1 Lactation NTR 129: Introduction to Health Care for HLT-100: Health Care Roles and Nutrition Professionals Integration of Patient Care NTR 10: Diabetes Overview 1 General Elective 1 NTR 11: Introduction to Diabetes General Elective NTR 14: Healthy Weight for Kids 1 General Elective 1 NTR 15: Healthy Weight for Adults 1 General Elective 1 NTR 16: Management of Gestational 1 General Elective 1 Diabetes NTR 17: Carbohydrate Counting 1 General Elective 1 NTR 141: Nutrition and Wellness 4 General Education: Global Awareness 4

11 NTR 142: Applied Food Science General Education: Global Awareness NTR 150: Overview of Nutrition Professions 1 General Elective 1 NTR 157: Foundations of Dietetic 1 General Elective 1 Technician Internships NTR 191: Nutrition Counseling Skill General Elective Development NTR 200: Human Nutrition BIO-19: Applied Nutrition NTR 201: Nutrition Literacy 1 General Elective 1 NTR 222: Nutrition Assessment General Education: Critical Thinking NTR 22: Food Service Management General Elective NTR 22A: Food and Culture 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1 NTR 240: Clinical Nutrition General Education: Critical Thinking NTR 272: Certified Breastfeeding Counselor General Elective NTR 296: Dietetic Technician Internship 6 General Elective 6 NUR 121: Introduction to Nursing 8 General Elective 8 Transitions NUR 122: Nursing in Health Illness 8 General Elective 8 Transitions NUR 126: Principles of Pharmacology and 2 General Elective 2 Drug Dosages NUR 145: Pharmacology General Elective NUR 221: Nursing in Developmental 8 General Elective 8 Transitions NUR 222: Nursing in Organizational 8 General Elective 8 Transitions OAS 101: Keyboard Alphabetic 1 General Elective 1 OAS 10: Keyboard Speed/Accuracy 1 General Elective 1 PED 100: History and Philosophical General Education: Global Awareness Foundations of Sport & Physical Education PED 101: History of Intercollegiate Athletics General Education: Global Awareness PED 102: The Management of Sport BUS-22: Introduction to Sports Management PED 10: Foundations of Exercise General Elective PED 104: Anatomical Kinesiology General Education: Critical Thinking PED 105: Women and Sport in the U.S. General Education: Global Awareness PED 108: Intro to Athletic Training General Elective PED 109A: Athletic Training Practicum I 2 General Elective 2 PED 109B: Athletic Training Practicum II 2 General Elective 2 PED 109C: Athletic Training Practicum III 2 General Elective 2 PED 109D: Athletic Training Practicum IV 2 General Elective 2 PED 112: Introduction to Strength Training General Elective PED 209: Introduction to Rehabilitation General Elective Techniques PEH 101: Personal Health General Education: Global Awareness PEH 200: Sports Safety Training General Elective PHI-10: Introduction to Philosophy and PHI 105: Introduction to Ethics Ethics PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology PSY-102: General Psychology RDG 094: College Reading Remedial course/no college credit given. 0 SOC 100: Introduction to Sociology SOC-102: Principles of Sociology THE 100: Theater Appreciation TRE-125: Introduction to the Theatre

12 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Credit Hours General Education Requirements 65 credits Written Communications 6 credits ENG 101 English Composition III* ENG 102 English Composition IV* Oral Communications credits COM 26 Intercultural Communication Arts and Humanities credits AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (Also fulfills Core Requirement) Social and Behavioral Science 6 credits SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology* PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology* Biological and Physical Science 4 credits BIO 100 Biology Concepts* 4 Mathematics credits (choose one of the following courses below) MAT 101 Essential Mathematics* BUS 101 Business Mathematics Required Course Requirements: 18 credits AJS 101 Introduction to Administration of Justice* (also fulfilled by Social and Behavioral Science requirement) AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (also fulfilled by Arts and Humanities requirement) AJS 209 Substantive Criminal Law AJS 225 Criminology* AJS 20 The Police Function* AJS 260 Procedural Criminal Law AJS Electives: 12 credits Select 12 credits from courses with the AJS prefix; 100-level courses or higher. 12 General Electives: 6 credits Credit may be granted for prior Police Training upon department approval, including credit for AJS Core and Elective Requirements. See the CEG for University transferability status. Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading; AGB 124 Microcomputers in Agriculture; CIS 110 Fundamentals of Computer Literacy; or Computer Competency Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in 65 Justice Studies * Course may transfer directly in for Grand Canyon University credit 6 4

13 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies from Grand Canyon University. Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University Elective Course Program Major Course Program Requirements AJS 101: Introduction to Administration of JUS 104: Introduction to Justice Studies Justice AJS 225: Criminology JUS 110: Crime and Criminology AJS 20: The Police Function JUS 20: The Police Function Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies 65 Course # Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies Semester University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV 10/ 0 University Foundation 4 CWV 101/01 Christian Worldview 4 Critical Thinking Math 4 credits MAT 14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Requirement Remaining 6 JUS 250 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice 4 PHI 05 Ethical Thinking in the Liberal Arts 4 JUS 25 The Adjudication Function 4 JUS 0 The Correctional Function 4 JUS 40 Criminal Law 4 JUS 45 Criminal Procedure 4 JUS 452 Juvenile Delinquency and Justice 4 SOC 400 Social Research and Statistics 4 EMM 442 Terrorism s Impact on Emergency Management 4 Additional Elective Required to reach 120 total 7 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 55 Transfer Applied From Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice University Foundation, Christian Worldview, General Education, and Electives Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies 65 semester credits 19 semester credits 6 semester credits 120 credits *To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University, a student must earn a minimum of 6 semester credits in upper division (00 or above) courses.

14 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Credit Hours General Education Requirements 65 credits Written Communications 6 credits ENG 101 English Composition III* ENG 102 English Composition IV* Oral Communications credits COM 26 Intercultural Communication Arts and Humanities credits AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (Also fulfills Core Requirement) Social and Behavioral Science 6 credits SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology* PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology* Biological and Physical Science 4 credits BIO 100 Biology Concepts* 4 Mathematics credits (choose one of the following courses below) MAT 101 Essential Mathematics* BUS 101 Business Mathematics Required Course Requirements: 18 credits AJS 101 Introduction to Administration of Justice* (also fulfilled by Social and Behavioral Science requirement) AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (also fulfilled by Arts and Humanities requirement) AJS 209 Substantive Criminal Law AJS 225 Criminology* AJS 20 The Police Function* AJS 260 Procedural Criminal Law AJS Electives: 12 credits Select 12 credits from courses with the AJS prefix; 100-level courses or higher. 12 General Electives: 6 credits Credit may be granted for prior Police Training upon department approval, including credit for AJS Core and Elective Requirements. See the CEG for University transferability status. Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading; AGB 124 Microcomputers in Agriculture; CIS 110 Fundamentals of Computer Literacy; or Computer Competency Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in 65 Public Safety Administration * Course may transfer directly in for Grand Canyon University credit 6 4

15 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration from Grand Canyon University. Course # Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration Semester University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV 10/ 0 University Foundation 4 CWV 101/01 Christian Worldview 4 Critical Thinking Math 4 credits MAT 14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Requirement Remaining 6 PSA 50V Managerial Communications PSA 4V Research Methodology PSA 48V Human Resource Management PSA 2V Political and Legal Systems PSA 60V Information Technology Systems PSA 440V Ethics in Public Safety PSA 49V Leadership in Public Safety PSA 51V Public Safety and the Community PSA 490V Organizational Development and Change PSA 460V Project Management PSA 45V Strategic Planning PSA 495V Public Safety Capstone Additional Elective Required to reach 120 total 7 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 55 Transfer Applied From Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice University Foundation, Christian Worldview, General Education, and Electives Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration 65 semester credits 19 semester credits 6 semester credits 120 credits *To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University, a student must earn a minimum of 6 semester credits in upper division (00 or above) courses.

16 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science Administration of Justice Credit Hours General Education Requirements 65 credits Written Communications 6 credits ENG 101 English Composition III* ENG 102 English Composition IV* Oral Communications credits COM 26 Intercultural Communication Arts and Humanities credits AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (Also fulfills Core Requirement) Social and Behavioral Science 6 credits SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology* PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology* Biological and Physical Science 4 credits BIO 100 Biology Concepts* 4 Mathematics credits (choose one of the following courses below) MAT 101 Essential Mathematics* BUS 101 Business Mathematics Required Course Requirements: 18 credits AJS 101 Introduction to Administration of Justice* (also fulfilled by Social and Behavioral Science requirement) AJS 12 Ethics and the Administration of Justice (also fulfilled by Arts and Humanities requirement) AJS 209 Substantive Criminal Law AJS 225 Criminology* AJS 20 The Police Function* AJS 260 Procedural Criminal Law AJS Electives: 12 credits Select 12 credits from courses with the AJS prefix; 100-level courses or higher. 12 General Electives: 6 credits Credit may be granted for prior Police Training upon department approval, including credit for AJS Core and Elective Requirements. See the CEG for University transferability status. Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading; AGB 124 Microcomputers in Agriculture; CIS 110 Fundamentals of Computer Literacy; or Computer Competency Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in 65 Public Safety and Emergency Management * Course may transfer directly in for Grand Canyon University credit 6 4

17 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management from Grand Canyon University. Course # Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management Semester University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV 10/ 0 University Foundation 4 CWV 101/01 Christian Worldview 4 Critical Thinking Math 4 credits MAT 14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Requirement Remaining 6 PSC 410 Servant Leadership 4 PSC 420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 EMM 00 History and Development of Emergency Management 4 EMM 05 Emergency Operations and Techniques 4 EMM 10 Mitigation Planning 4 EMM 415 Disaster Response and Recovery 4 EMM 442 Terrorism s Impact on Emergency Management 4 PSC 450 Project Management 4 PSC 495 Action Research Project 4 Additional Elective Required to reach 120 total 7 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 55 Transfer Applied From Central Arizona College Associate of Arts Administration of Justice University Foundation, Christian Worldview, General Education, and Electives Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management 65 semester credits 19 semester credits 6 semester credits 120 credits *To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University, a student must earn a minimum of 6 semester credits in upper division (00 or above) courses.

18 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Bachelor of Science in Accounting The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Accounting from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Accounting. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Credit Hours General Education Requirements 65 credits Written Communications credits ENG 101 English Composition III* Oral Communications credits Select an AGEC course. Arts and Humanities credits Select from courses numbered 100 or above from the following areas: philosophy, art, music, literature, world religions, or theater. Social and Behavioral Sciences credits ECN 201 Principles of Macroeconomics* ECN 202 Principles of Microeconomics* Physical and Biological Sciences 4 credits Select an AGEC course; 100-level courses or higher. 4 Mathematics credits BUS 101 Business Mathematics Business Core Requirements: 27 credits ACC 201 Financial Accounting* ACC 202 Managerial Accounting* BUS 100 Introduction to Business BUS 12 Human Relations BUS 201 Legal Environment of Business BUS 207 Business Communications CBA 1A Spreadsheet Applications Excel CBA 1B Advanced Spreadsheets Applications-Excel CIS 120 Survey of Computer Information Systems Accounting Requirements: 12 credits ACC 121 Income Tax Procedures ACC 222 Payroll Accounting ACC 226 Accounting With QuickBooks Pro ACC 227 Accounting With Peachtree Complete Electives from the following areas to total 65 credit hours ACC Accounting, AGB Agriculture Business, BUS-Business, CBA Computer Business Applications, CIS-Computer Information Systems, ECN-Economics, HNR- Honors, HRM Hospitality Management, REA-Real Estate Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN Course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading 1 Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Accounting 6 56

19 Central Arizona College Elective Course ECN 201 & ECN 202: Principles of Macroeconomics & Principles of Microeconomics Grand Canyon University Program Major Course Program Requirements 6 ECN 220: Introduction to Economics 4 ACC 201: Financial Accounting ACC 250: Financial Accounting ACC 202: Managerial Accounting ACC 50: Managerial Accounting Total Completed at Central Arizona College 65 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Accounting 56 * Course may transfer directly in for Grand Canyon University credit The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Grand Canyon University. Course # Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Accounting Semester University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV 10/ 0 University Foundation 4 CWV 101/01 Christian Worldview 4 Critical Thinking Math Requirement 4 credits MAT 14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Requirement Remaining 52 MKT 245 Principles of Marketing 4 BUS 40 Ethical and Legal Issues in Business 4 MGT-420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 BUS 52 Business Statistics 4 FIN-50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 ACC-70 Intermediate Accounting I 4 ACC-71 Intermediate Accounting II 4 ACC-60 Cost Accounting 4 ACC-460 Taxation 4 ACC-485 Advanced Accounting 4 MGT-455 Production/Operations Management 4 ACC-491 Auditing 4 BUS-485 Strategic Management 4 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 64 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science in Accounting Central Arizona College University Foundation, Christian Worldview and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Accounting 56 semester credits 12 semester credits 52 semester credits 120 credits *To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University, a student must earn a minimum of 6 semester credits in upper division (00 or above) courses.

20 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science in Business Bachelor of Science in Business Administration The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Business from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science in Business Credit Hours General Education Requirements 64 credits Written Communications credits ENG 101 English Composition III* Oral Communications - credits COM 100 or COM 206 Fundamentals of Human Communication or Public Speaking Arts and Humanities credits Select one AGEC course; 100-level courses or above. Social and Behavioral Sciences (choose one course) credits ECN 200 Contemporary Economics Issues ECN 201 Principles of Macroeconomics* ECN 202 Principles of Microeconomics* Physical and Biological Sciences 4 credits Select one AGEC course; 100-level courses or above. 4 Mathematics credits BUS 101 Business Mathematics Business Core Requirements: 0 credits ACC 121 Income Tax Procedures ACC 201 Financial Accounting* ACC 202 Managerial Accounting* BUS 100 Introduction to Business BUS 12 Human Relations BUS 201 Legal Environment of Business BUS 207 Business Communications BUS 260 Applied Business Seminar CBA 1A Spreadsheet Applications-Excel CIS 120 Survey of Computer Information Systems Elective from the following areas to total 64 credit hours ACC Accounting, AGB Agriculture Business, BUS-Business, CBA Computer Business Applications, CIS-Computer Information Systems, ECN-Economics, HNR- Honors, HRM Hospitality Management, REA-Real Estate Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN Course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading 1 Total Completed at Central Arizona College 64 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 14 64

21 Central Arizona College Elective Course ECN 201 & ECN 202: Principles of Macroeconomics & Principles of Microeconomics Grand Canyon University Program Major Course Program Requirements 6 ECN 220: Introduction to Economics 6 ACC 201: Financial Accounting ACC 250: Financial Accounting ACC 202: Managerial Accounting ACC 50: Managerial Accounting Total Completed at Central Arizona College 64 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration * Course may transfer directly in for Grand Canyon University credit 64 The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Grand Canyon University. Course # Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Administration Semester University Foundation and Christian Worldview Requirement 8 credits UNV 10/ 0 University Foundation 4 CWV 101/01 Christian Worldview 4 General Education Critical Thinking (Math) 4 credits MAT 14 Applications of Algebra 4 Program Major Requirement Remaining 44 MKT 245 Principles of Marketing 4 BUS 40 Ethical and Legal Issues in Business 4 MGT 420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 BUS 52 Business Statistics 4 FIN 50 Fundamentals of Business Finance 4 ECN 60 Intermediate Economics 4 FIN 450 Intermediate Finance 4 ACC 486 Financial Statement Analysis 4 MGT 455 Production/Operations Management 4 MKT 450 Marketing Management 4 BUS 485 Strategic Management 4 Total Completed at Grand Canyon University 56 Transfer Applied From Associate of Applied Science in Business Central Arizona College University Foundation, Christian Worldview, and General Education Grand Canyon University Program Major Requirement - Grand Canyon University Total Credit Hours Needed to Complete Bachelor of Science in Business Administration 64 semester credits 12 semester credits 44 semester credits 120 credits *To obtain a baccalaureate degree at Grand Canyon University, a student must earn a minimum of 6 semester credits in upper division (00 or above) courses.

22 Appendix C: Transfer Guide between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University Associate of Applied Science in Business Bachelor of Science in Business Management The following table outlines the requirements needed to receive an Associate of Applied Science in Business from Central Arizona College. Within the table we have identified preferred courses from Central Arizona College that will be applicable towards Grand Canyon University s Bachelor of Science in Business Management. The following will be used in assessing official transcripts. Course Central Arizona College Associate of Applied Science in Business Credit Hours General Education Requirements 64 credits Written Communications credits ENG 101 English Composition III* Oral Communications - credits COM 100 or COM 206 Fundamentals of Human Communication or Public Speaking Arts and Humanities credits Select one AGEC course; 100-level courses or above. Social and Behavioral Sciences (choose one course from below) credits ECN 200 Contemporary Economics Issues ECN 201 Principles of Macroeconomics* ECN 202 Principles of Microeconomics* Physical and Biological Sciences 4 credits Select one AGEC course; 100-level courses or above. 4 Mathematics credits BUS 101 Business Mathematics Business Core Requirements: 0 credits ACC 121 Income Tax Procedures ACC 201 Financial Accounting* ACC 202 Managerial Accounting* BUS 100 Introduction to Business BUS 12 Human Relations BUS 201 Legal Environment of Business BUS 207 Business Communications BUS 260 Applied Business Seminar CBA 1A Spreadsheet Applications-Excel CIS 120 Survey of Computer Information Systems Elective from the following areas to total 64 credit hours ACC Accounting, AGB Agriculture Business, BUS-Business, CBA Computer Business Applications, CIS-Computer Information Systems, ECN-Economics, HNR- Honors, HRM Hospitality Management, REA-Real Estate Other Degree Requirements: PAC or DAN Course (1); Reading Competency: RDG 094 College Reading 1 Total Completed at Central Arizona College 64 Total Applied Towards Grand Canyon University Bachelor of Science in Business Management 14 60

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