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1 Exhibit A TRANSFER CREDIT ADVISING GUIDE For Bucks County Community College Associate Degree 1102: Information Science and Technology Associate Degree 1103: Computer Science Associate Degree 2136: Networking Technology and Drexel University, Goodwin College of Professional Studies Bachelor of Science degree: Computing and Security Technology (CST) 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 1/12

2 Introduction This document is a program-to-program transfer credit advising guide that facilitates the transfer of Bucks County Community College (Bucks) students who earn an Associate Degree in Information Science and Technology (1102), Computer Science (1103) or Networking Technology (2136) to Drexel University's Computing and Security Technology program (CST). Courses with a grade of "C" or better earned at Bucks will count as transfer credit. All transfer credits must be completed prior to or during the first quarter of study at Drexel. Semester credits are converted by Drexel to quarter credits at the rate of 1.5 quarter credits for every one semester credit. The Bachelor of Science degree in Drexel University's CST program requires completion of 185 quarter credits (123.3 semester credits). In general, students can transfer up to 113 quarter credits (75.3 semester crdits) of the following: A. Up to 42 quarter credits (28 semester credits) of English, Mathematics, Science, Liberal Studies, using courses approved by Drexel. B. Up to 47 quarter credits (31.3 semester credits) of free electives. C. Up to 15 quarter credits (10 semester credits) for Computing Technology courses using industry certifications. The equivalencies of IT certification exams and CST courses can be found at D. Up to 9 quarter credits (6 semester credits) for Computing Technology courses using courses taken at Bucks. Additional credits may be transferred with the approval of the CST Program Director. An equal number to these additional quarter credits (above 9) must be taken to satisfy free-elective requirements through Computing Technology courses. E. Credits earned through other types of Prior Learning Assessment will be evaluated on an individual basis by the CST Program Director. This document contains three tables (Tables 1, 2, and 3, one for each Bucks program) which show how Bucks individual courses transfer into Drexel's CST program. Table 4 shows several Bucks technical courses that transfer directly as technical CST courses (whose course code starts with "CT"). In cases where the Bucks program specifies "elective", Bucks students may choose to take Bucks courses that transfer as technical CST courses (as shown in Table 4). Bucks students interested in transferring to Goodwin College CST program should meet with a Drexel academic advisor for a preliminary completion of a transfer credit evaluation. To apply to the CST program, students must follow the regular application procedures of the Goodwin College. It is important to note that the Blue-Gold Connection is not available to students interested in the CST Program, as Blue-Gold is only available for full-time, day students. 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 2/12

3 Transfer Advising Guide Bucks Associate Degree 1102: Information Science and Technology Drexel B.S. in Computing and Security Technology Table 1: Bucks Associate Degree 1102, IST Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 1 English 1 COMM110 Effective Speaking 3 COM230 Techniques of Speaking COMP110 English Composition I 3 ENGL101 Expository Writing & Reading COMP111 English Composition II 3 ENGL102 ENGL103 2 Mathematics Persuasive Writing & Reading Analytical Writing & Reading MATH117 Quantitative Methods I 3 MATH181 Mathematical Analysis I MATH118 Quantitative Methods II 3 MATH182 MATH183 3 Science 4 Liberal Studies Mathematical Analysis II Mathematical Analysis III Cultural Perspectives 3 Liberal Studies Elective INTG285 Integration of Knowledge 3 Liberal Studies Elective Technology 16 5 CISC143 Essentials of Networking 4 CT140 Network Administration I CISC122 Computer Science II (Java) 4 CT290 OO Client Side Programming CISC215 Database Design 3 CT220 Database I ,19 6 Free Electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 3/12

4 Table 1: Bucks Associate Degree 1102, IST Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 6 Elective 3 Free Elective ,13 6 Personal Health 2 Free Elective CISC105 Windows/DOS Concepts 4 Free Elective 6 6 CISC110 Intro to Information Systems 3 Free Elective CISC113 Visual Basic Programming I 3 Free Elective CISC115 Computer Science I (Java) 4 Free Elective 6 6 CISC213 Computer Science III (Java) 4 Free Elective 6 6 MGMT100 Introduction to Business 3 Free Elective VAMM110 Web and Interactive Design 3 Free Elective 4.5 Total Semester Credits 61 Total Quarter Credits (Free Electives separately) Total Quarter Credits 91.5 Explanation of Table columns CD = Course group code B = Bucks semester credits D1 = Drexel quarter credits to any category except free electives D2 = Drexel quarter credits to free electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 4/12

5 Transfer Advising Guide Bucks Associate Degree 1103: Computer Science Drexel B.S. in Computing and Security Technology Table 2: Bucks Associate Degree 1103, CS Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 1 English 1 COMM110 Effective Speaking 3 COM230 Techniques of Speaking COMP110 English Composition I 3 ENGL101 Expository Writing & Reading COMP111 English Composition II 3 ENGL102 ENGL103 2 Mathematics Persuasive Writing & Reading Analytical Writing & Reading MATH140 Calculus I 4 MATH181 Mathematical Analysis I MATH141 Calculus II 4 MATH182 MATH183 3 Science 4 Liberal Studies Mathematical Analysis II Mathematical Analysis III Cultural Perspectives 3 Liberal Studies Elective Integration of Knowledge 3 Liberal Studies Elective Social Perspectives 3 Liberal Studies Elective Technology 16 5 CISC122 Computer Science II (Java) 4 CT290 OO Client Side Programming CISC215 Database Design 3 CT220 Database I ,19 6 Free Electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 5/12

6 Table 2: Bucks Associate Degree 1103, CS Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 6 Electives 12 Free Elective 18 12,13 6 Computer Science Electives 6 Free Elective Personal Health 2 Free Elective 3 6 Mathematics Elective 3 Free Elective CISC110 Intro to Information Systems 3 Free Elective CISC115 Computer Science I (Java) 4 Free Elective 6 T1 Total Semester Credits 63 Total Quarter Credits (Free Electives separately) T2 63 Total Quarter Credits 91.5 Explanation of Table columns CD = Course group code B = Bucks semester credits D1 = Drexel quarter credits to any category except free electives D2 = Drexel quarter credits to free electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 6/12

7 Transfer Advising Guide Bucks Associate Degree 2136: Networking Technology Drexel B.S. in Computing and Security Technology Table 3: Bucks Associate Degree 2136, NT Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 1 English 1 COMM110 Effective Speaking 3 COM230 Techniques of Speaking COMP110 English Composition I 3 ENGL101 Expository Writing & Reading COMP111 English Composition II 3 ENGL102 ENGL103 2 Mathematics Persuasive Writing & Reading Analytical Writing & Reading MATH117 Quantitative Methods I 4 MATH181 Mathematical Analysis I Science 4 Liberal Studies 4 Cultural Perspectives 3 Liberal Studies Elective Integration of Knowledge 3 Liberal Studies Elective Technology 16 5 CISC143 Essentials of Networking 4 CT140 Network Administration I CISC201 Managing & Maintaining the PC 4 CT100 Microcomputer Hardware ,18 5 CISC244 Intro to MS Windows Server 4 CT320 Server II ,20 5 CISC235 Network Devices (CISCO) 4 CT330 Network Administration II Free Electives 6 MGMT100 Introduction to Business 3 Free Elective :01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 7/12

8 Table 3: Bucks Associate Degree 2136, NT Drexel B.S. in CST CD Bucks # Bucks Course Title B Drexel # Drexel Course Title D1 D2 Notes 6 COMM105 Interpersonal Communications 3 Free Elective Computing Elective 3 Free Elective CISC105 Windows/DOS Concepts 4 Free Elective 6 6 CISC144 Intro to MS Windows Prof 4 Free Elective 6 6 CISC202 Network Administration 4 Free Elective 6 6 CISC234 Topics in Networking 3 Free Elective CISC245 Network Troubleshooting 4 Free Elective 6 T1 Total Semester Credits 63 Total Quarter Credits (Free Electives separately) T2 63 Total Quarter Credits 93 Explanation of Table columns CD = Course group code B = Bucks semester credits D1 = Drexel quarter credits to any category except free electives D2 = Drexel quarter credits to free electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 8/12

9 Appendix 1 Drexel Notes (10) Maximum of 47 Free Electives credits can be used in the Drexel Program of Study. (11) Bucks Personal Health courses COMM105, PSYC100, and PSYC125 transfer as Drexel Liberal Studies. See Table 5 for Bucks Personal Health courses which transfer as Free Electives. (12) Bucks courses in Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics transfer as Drexel Science courses. (13) Select Bucks CISC courses listed in Table 4 which transfer as Drexel Technology courses. (14) Chose a Bucks course from the list of Cultural Perspectives. (15) Bucks MATH140 and MATH141 also transfer. (16) Transfer of more than 9 quarter credits requires approval of the CST Program Director. An equal number to excess credits (above 9) must be taken to satisfy free elective requirements through Computing Technology courses. For example, if a student transfers 15 quarter credits, then 6 free elective credits must be earned through Computing Technology courses. (17) The Bucks course and a Drexel course are equivalent in the sense that both courses cover the same material. However, the two courses may be different in examples presented, software used, applications and experiments practiced, etc. These differences may be important as these courses are prerequisites to several other CST courses. When registering for these subsequent CST courses, students are advised to communicate with the instructor and explain their circumstances and background. (18) CISC201 is only partially equivalent to CT100 as CT100 follows COMPTIA A objectives. (19) CISC215 is only partially equivalent to CT220 as CT220 uses Oracle 10g. (20) CISC244 is only partially equivalent to CT320 as CT320 uses Server 2003 or later platform. Course group codes CD Code 1 English 2 Mathematics 3 Science 4 Liberal Studies 5 Technology 6 Free Electives 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 9/12

10 Appendix 2 Transfer List from Bucks to Drexel CST program Table 4 lists Bucks CISC courses which transfer to Drexel Computing Security and Technology courses. The table shows if these courses are required for the Computing Technology or Computing Security Concentrations. Table 4 also lists several CISC courses that do not have a direct equivalent in Drexel s CST program. These courses transfer as free electives. Table 4: Transfer List from Bucks to Drexel CST program Bucks County Community College Drexel Required for CST Concentration Course Notes Course CT CSEC CISC105 Windows/DOS Concepts Free elective CISC122 Computer Science II (Java) CT290 OO Client Side Programming T CISC143 Essentials of Networking CT140 Network Administration I T T CISC144 Introduction to MS Windows Professional Free elective CISC201 Managing & Maintaining the PC 1 CT100 Microcomputer Hardware T CISC202 Network Administration (Novell) Free elective CISC203 Advanced Network Administration (Novell) Free elective CISC215 Database Design & Application Dev 2 CT220 Database I T CISC244 Intro to MS Windows Server 3 CT320 Server II T T CISC234 Topics in Networking Free elective CISC235 Network Devices (CISCO) CT 330 Network Administration II T T CISC245 Network Troubleshooting Free elective General Note: Table 4 shows that a Bucks course and a Drexel course are equivalent in the sense that both courses cover the same material. However, the two courses may be different in examples presented, software used, applications and experiments practiced, etc. These differences may be important as these courses are prerequisites to several other CST courses. When registering for these subsequent CST courses, students are advised to communicate with the instructor and explain their circumstances and background. Note 1: CISC201 is only partially equivalent to Drexel CT100 as CT100 follows COMPTIA A objectives. Note 2: CISC215 is only partially equivalent to Drexel CT220 as CT220 uses Oracle 10g. Note 3: CISC244 is only partially equivalent to Drexel CT320 as CT320 uses Server 2003 or later platform. 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 10/12

11 Appendix 3 Transfer List from Bucks to Drexel CST program Table 5 shows how Bucks non-cisc courses transfer to Drexel s CST program Drexel Code: 4 = Liberal Studies, 6 = Free Elective Table 5 Bucks # Bucks Course Title Code Cultural Perspectives AMSL 110 American Sign Language I 4 AMSL 111 American Sign Language II 4 VAFA191 Art History Before VAFA192 Art History After VAFA193 History of Modern Art 4 VAFA194 American Art History 4 COMT101 Introduction to Theatre 4 FCUL110 Communication Between Cultures 4 FREN110 Elementary French I 4 FREN111 Elementary French II 4 FREN201 Intermediate French I 4 FREN202 Intermediate French II 4 FREN250 Advanced French I 4 FREN251 Advanced French II 4 GRMN110 Elementary German I 4 6GRMN111 Elementary German II 4 G6RMN201 Intermediate German I 4 GR6MN202 Intermediate German II 4 GRMN250 Advanced German I 4 GRMN251 Advanced German II 4 HIST111 History of Western Civilization I 4 HIST112 History of Western Civilization II 4 HIST151 History of the United States I 4 HIST152 History of the United States II 4 HUMN111 Humanities I 4 HUMN112 Humanities II 4 HUMN113 Humanities III 4 HUMN114 Humanities IV 4 HUMN120 Survey of World Religions 4 ITAL110 Elementary Italian I 4 ITAL111 Elementary Italian II 4 ITAL201 Intermediate Italian I 4 ITAL202 Intermediate Italian II 4 JPNS 101 Conversational Japanese I 4 JPNS 102 Conversational Japanese II 4 LITR205 English Literature to the 19th Century 4 LITR206 English Literature of the 19 th and 20 th Cen. 4 LITR231 American Literature to LITR232 American Literature from LITR254 World Literature I 4 LITR255 World Literature II 4 LITR261 Themes in Literature: Women 4 LITR271 Introduction to Drama 4 LITR275 Introduction to the Novel 4 LITR278 African-American Literature 4 MUSC101 Introduction to Music 4 MUSC105 American Music 4 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 11/12

12 Table 5 Bucks # Bucks Course Title Code PHIL125 Basic Problems of Philosophy 4 RUSS110 Elementary Russian I 4 RUSS111 Elementary Russian II 4 SPAN110 Elementary Spanish I 4 SPAN111 Elementary Spanish II 4 SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish I 4 SPAN202 Intermediate Spanish II 4 SPAN250 Advanced Spanish I 4 SPAN251 Advanced Spanish II 4 Social Perspectives ECON111 Principles of Economics: Macro 4 GEOG110 World Geography 4 MGMT100 Introduction to Business 6 POLI111 American National Government 4 PSYC110 Introduction to Psychology 4 SOCI110 Introduction to Sociology 4 WMST110 Introduction to Women's Studies 4 Personal Health COMM105 Interpersonal Communication 4 HLTH103 Life and Health 6 HLTH110 Responding to Emergencies 6 HLTH120 Nutrition 6 HLTH130 Principles and Appl. of Diet and Fitness 6 HLTH200 Introduction to Women's Health Issues 6 PHED106 Art of Personal Defense 6 PHED110 Tennis 6 PHED116 Competitive Activities 6 PHED118 Tennis and Competitive Activities 6 PHED120 Horsemanship 6 PHED122 Skiing 6 PHED124 Badminton and Volleyball 6 PHED129 Tai Chi Chuan 6 PHED130 Yoga 6 PHED133 Archery 6 PHED134 Aerobics 6 PHED135 Walk-Jog-Run 6 PHED141 Golf 6 PHED142 Fencing 6 PHED145 Bowling and Golf 6 PHED150 Beginning Aquatics 6 PHED154 Swim for Fitness 6 PHED155 Lifeguarding 6 PHED156 Water Safety Instructor 6 PHED170 Individual Fitness and Wellness 6 PHED172 Gymnastics 6 PHED175 Dance: Square and Folk 6 PHED176 Basketball and Softball 6 PHED177 Soccer and Wrestling 6 PHED178 Basketball and Baseball 6 PHED179 Field Hockey and Soccer 6 PHED188 Net Games: Tennis and Badminton 6 PHED189 Individual Sports: Bowling and Volleyball 6 PHED191 Outdoor Recreation 6 PSYC100 Psychology of Personal Awareness 4 PSYC125 Stress Management 4 18:01:11 4/18/09 C:\USR\TC\CSTEC\COLLEGES\BUCKS\bucks-goodwin8.wpd 12/12

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