1 CCAC / Pitt Connection Transfer Guide Office of Admissions and Financial Aid University of Pittsburgh 1/9/2015
2 Dear Prospective Transfer Student, Greetings and welcome to the online version of the CCAC/PittConnection Transfer Guide. I hope that you find it to be a useful tool as you plan your academic program in anticipation of your successful transfer from CCAC to the University of Pittsburgh. I also encourage you to work closely with both your Transfer Counselor at CCAC and the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at Pitt as you plan your coursework. We look forward to your becoming a member of the University of Pittsburgh community and to working with you as you pursue your academic and professional goals. Good luck with your studies and remember to keep in touch as you progress toward your transfer to the University of Pittsburgh. Best Wishes, Colleen O Neil Transfer Counselor Office of Admissions and Financial Aid
3 Using the Pitt Connection Transfer Guide The Pitt Connection Transfer Guide is a resource designed to assist you with: Planning your CCAC coursework Maximizing the number of credits you can earn at CCAC Learning important information about academic requirements at Pitt It is divided into several sections. First, you should familiarize yourself with the University s General Transfer Policies. Next, the Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Sciences Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences Degree Requirements section includes a worksheet that you can use to keep track of the courses that you have completed that will satisfy those requirements at Pitt. The section on Transferable Courses contains an alphabetical listing of all the community college courses that will transfer to Pitt. The CCAC course is listed in the first column, its Pitt equivalent (if one exists) is in the second and third columns, the number of credits it will transfer as is in the fourth column, and the specific Pitt graduation requirement (Foundational Skills, Disciplinary Approaches, or Elective) that it satisfies is in the fifth column. Use this section in conjunction with the worksheet to chart your progress. There are also sections that include information about transfer to the College of Business Administration, College of General Studies, and the Schools of Education, Engineering, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Information Sciences, Nursing, Pharmacy, and Social Work. IMPORTANT: The provisions and contents of this document are subject to change at any time at the University s sole discretion. It is intended to serve only as a general source of information about the University and is in no way intended to state or imply contractual terms.
4 Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences General Transfer Policies The Kenneth P. Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences offers the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science. All natural science majors are awarded Bachelor of Science Degrees. If you complete a major outside the natural sciences, you will be awarded the Bachelor of Arts Degree. GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR CREDIT TRANSFER TO Arts and Sciences: All credits available for transfer are subject to the following guidelines. 1. Only courses that have reasonable counterparts in the School of Arts and Sciences curriculum are eligible for transfer (see guideline 6 for exception). 2. The number of credits granted for a given course cannot exceed the number on the transcript from the school where they are earned, nor, usually, can it exceed the number earned in the corresponding course in the School of Arts and Sciences.. No transfer credits can be part of the final 0 required for a degree. These must be earned in residence. In interpreting this regulation, credits earned on regional campuses are considered as transfer. 4. All transfer credits must have been earned within 12 years of the date when the Arts and Sciences degree requirements will be completed. 5. All transfer credits are subject to re evaluation if and when you transfer from one school to another within the University of Pittsburgh. 6. A maximum of 18 non School of Arts and Sciences credits may be counted in the minimum of 120 required for graduation. 7. If another school at Pitt transfers a class, it can be transferred to Arts and Sciences in the non AS (NONAS) category. A maximum of 18 credits in this category can count towards graduation. 8. At least 50 percent of the credits required in your major and official minor must be earned in the School of Arts and Sciences. 9. Not more than 60 credits may be transferred from a two year college. No more than 90 may be transferred from a four year college. If 60 or more credits have been earned at a four year school, no transfer credit will be granted for credits earned subsequently at a two year school. 10. If a course for which advanced standing credit has been granted is repeated, the advanced standing credit is canceled. 11. Course work earned in approved foreign study programs may not constitute more than 15 of the final 0 credits. These credits are awarded on a Satisfactory/Audit basis. In addition, 0 of the last 60 credits must be earned in residence. CLEP: CLEP (Credit for Life Experience) credits do not transfer to the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.
5 GUIDELINES AND SUGGESTIONS FOR STRUCTURING YOUR CURRICULUM: The structure of a degree from Arts and Sciences varies depending on your major and how many classes you need to take to fulfill skills and graduation requirements. Typically, Skills and General Education requirements fill from 51 to 68 of the 120 credits required for a degree, and yourmajor, from 0 to 64 credits. If you wish to transfer to the School of Arts and Sciences at Pitt in the future, we suggest that you concentrate on the following at your present college: 1. Satisfy the Skills requirements, i.e., Composition, Algebra, Second Language (algebra and general writing MUST be completed before transfer to Arts and Sciences). 2. Begin taking comparable courses to meet the General Education Requirements.. Begin taking the introductory courses in your expected major.
6 Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Arts and Sciences Degree Requirements The faculty of the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences has defined a set of curricular requirements to be satisfied by all Arts and Sciences students. These requirements, which form the foundation of a liberal arts education, are of two types: Foundational Skills and Disciplinary Approaches. A. FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS REQUIREMENTS: These requirements assist students in developing the skills in writing and quantitative reasoning that provide the foundation for future learning. (Minimum 6 credits) 1. Writing Requirements: The writing requirement consists of: a. Basic Writing b. Seminar in Composition c. Writing Intensive courses (2): The W courses involve a significant amount of writing and are taken by students after they have completed the General Writing requirement. Community College students should take them after they transfer to CAS. 2. Quantitative and Formal Reasoning a. Algebra b. Quantitative B. Disciplinary Approaches (46 credits) 1. Humanities Requirements: a. First Level Literature: b. First level Music or Art: c. Creative Expression/Second Level Literature or Art: d. Philosophy: 2. Social Science Requirements a. Social Science: b. History:
7 . Natural Science Requirements: Three courses in the natural sciences that introduce students to scientific principles and concepts. Students must take courses from at least two different departments. a. Course one: b. Course two: c. Course three: 4. Global Citizenship Requirement Second Language (Two term sequence of the same language) a. Level One b. Level Two A sequence of two courses in a Second Language: All students are required to complete with a grade of C or better two terms of university equivalent study in a second language other than English. Exemptions will be granted to students who can demonstrate elementary proficiency in a second language through one of the following: a) having completed three years of high school study of a second language with a grade of B or better in each course; b) passing a special proficiency examination; c) transferring credits for two terms or more of approved university equivalent instruction in a second language with grades of C or better; d) having a native language other than English. Foreign Culture/International Courses There are three categories: Regional (R), Comparative (C) and Global (G). At least two of the three categories must be covered with (a), (b), and (c). Category (d) must be a non western (NW) course, which may overlap with another general educationrequirement. a. b. c. d. (Non Western).
8 Community College of Allegheny County Course # CCAC Courses Transferable To The University of Pittsburgh Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement ACC 104 Financial Accounting BUSACC 000 Financial Accounting 4 Elective (NONAS) ACC 20 Managerial Accounting BUSACC 0040 Managerial Accounting Elective (NONAS) ACJ101 Introduction to Law Enforcement and Public Safety ACJ 201 Fundamentals of Criminal Justice NONAS Elective(NONAS) NONAS Elective(NONAS) ACJ 202 Criminal Law NONAS Elective(NONAS) ACJ 20 Evidence and Procedures ACJ 205 Introduction to Criminalistics NONAS Elective(NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) ACP Activities Professional NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA ALH 111 Intro to Health Care Organizations ALH 112 Health Issues and Occupations NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) ALH 125 Pharmacology NONAS Elective (NONAS) ALH 140 Medical Terminology NONAS Elective (NONAS) ALH 142 Trends/Issues in Health Care ALH 20 Nonviolent Crisis Intervention NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) ANT 101 Intro. To Anthropology ANTH 1780 Intro. To Anthropology Social Science ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 0780 Intro. To Cultural Anthropology Social Science ANT 10 Physical Anthropology ANTH 0680 Introduction to Human Evolution Natural Science ANT 104 Native Americans/Indians of N. America ANTH 0000 Elective ANT 110 Forensic Anthropology ANTH 060 Forensic Anthropology Natural Science
9 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title ANT 117 Globalization ANTH 0000 Elective ANT 991 Anthropology Elective AOP Administrative Office Professional Not transferable # CR NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA ARA 101 Elementary Arabic 1 LING 0000 Elective Curricular Requirement ARA 102 Elementary Arabic 2 LING 0000 Second Language ART 100 Intro. To Art History HAA 0010 Only one ART 100, 10, or 104 can transfer Music/Art I ART 10 Art History Ancient HAA 0000 Only one ART 100, 10, or 104 can transfer Music/Art I ART 104 Art History Modern HAA 0070 European Visual Traditions Renaissance Only one ART 100, Music/Art I 10, or 104 can transfer ART 106 Art Appreciation HAA 0010 Introduction to World Art Music/Art I or International (C) ART 109 Drawing 1 SA 010 Foundation Drawing Creative Expression ART 11 Graphic Communication 1 Not transferable ART 114 Two Dimensional Design SA 0110 Foundation Design Creative Expression ART 122 Painting 1 SA 0120 Foundation Painting Creative Expression ART 129 Printmaking 1 SA 1260 Etching Elective ART 10 Photography 1 FILMST 0200 Black & White Photography 1 Creative Expression ART 17 Ceramics SA 0000 Elective ART 18 Sculpture 1 SA 0140 Foundation Sculpture Creative Expression ART 142 Jewelry Making 1 Not transferable ART 148 Color Not transferable ART 150 Introduction to Digital Graphic Design Not transferable ART 15 Raku Low Fire Ceramics 1 Not transferable ART 154 Ceramic Sculpture Not transferable ART 160 Portfolio ART 165 Digital Publishing Not transferable Not transferable ART 168 Digital Imaging SA 1270 Digital Imaging Elective ART 170 Web Graphic Design Not transferable ART 207 Drawing 2 SA 120 Drawing Elective ART 222 Painting 2 ART 22 D Design ART 229 Printmaking 2 ART 20 Photography 2 ART 27 Ceramics Not transferable Not transferable Not transferable Not transferable Not transferable ART 28 Sculpture 2 SA 1240 Sculpture Elective ART 242 Jewelry Making ART 250 Digital Graphic Design 1 ART 252 Painting Not transferable Not transferable Not transferable
10 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement ART25 Raku Low Fire Ceramics 2 Not transferable ART 256 Printmaking ART 260 European Art/Architecture ART 291 Advanced Art Workshop 1 ART 292 Advanced Art Workshop 2 ART 29 Advanced Art Workshop ART 294 Advanced Art Workshop 4 HAA 0070 Not transferable European Visual Traditions Renaissance Present Music/Art I SA 0000 Elective SA 0000 Elective SA 0000 Elective SA 0000 Elective ASL 101 American Sign Language LING 0471 American Sign Language 1 Elective ASL 102 American Sign Language LING 0472 American Sign Language 2 Second Language ASL 201 American Sign Language LING 047 American Sign Language Second Language ASL 202 Advanced American Sign Language LING 0000 Elective ATE Automotive Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA ATH Pre Athletic Training NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA AVT Aviation Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA BAN Banking Management NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA BCP Basic Preparation Cook NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA BIO 100 Life Science BIOSC 0800 Life Science Natural Science BIO 10 Human Biology NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 107 Pharmacology NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 110 Intro to Biological Sciences BIOSC 0800 Intro to Biological Sciences (Can earn credit for only ONE course 110 OR 10) Natural Science BIO 114 Human Physiology NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 115 Human Biology Health & Disease NONAS 5 Elective (NONAS) BIO 117 Nutrition NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 120 Human Reproduction andsexually Transmitted Diseases BIOSC 0000 Elective BIO 10 Heredity, Evolution, and Ecology BIOSC 0810 Heredity, Evolution, and Ecology (Can earn credit for only ONE course 110 OR 10) Natural Science BIO 1 Environmental Science NE Elective BIO 150 Environmental Seminar BIO 151 General Biology 1 BIO 152 General Biology 2 BIOSC 0150 &0050 BIOSC 0160 & 0060 Not transferable Foundation of Biology 1 and Lab 4 Natural Science Foundation of Biology 2 and Lab 4 Natural Science
11 Community College of Allegheny County Course # BIO 160 Intro to Human Pathology BIO 161 Anatomy and Physiology 1 BIO 162 Anatomy and Physiology 2 BIO 171 Intro to Human Pathophysiology Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR NE Elective Curricular Requirement NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 175 Microbiology BIOSC Elective BIO 201 Botany NE Elective BIO 202 Zoology NONAS 4 Elective (NONAS) BIO 20 Field Ecology NE Elective BIO 206 Animal Behavior BIOSC 1140 Behavioral Ecology 4 Elective BIO 207 Genetics BIOSC 050 Genetics Elective BIO 211 General Microbiology NE OK for a biology major, but NOT for a Microbiology Major Elective BIO 216 Cell Biology NONAS Elective (NONAS) BIO 20 Research Methodology Not transferable BIO 240 Environmental Biology NE Elective BIO 241 Pathophysiology NE Elective BIO 250 DNA Science 1 NE 4 Elective BLC Building Construction Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA BTC Biotechnology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA BUS 101 Intro to Business BUSSPP 0020 BUS 10 Principles of Management BUS 104 Principles of Marketing BUS 10 Business Communications BUSORG 1020 BUSMKT 1040 Managing in Complex Environments Elective (NONAS) Organizational Behavior Elective (NONAS) Introduction to Marketing Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) BUS 14 Internet Marketing NONAS Elective (NONAS) BUS 200 Principles of Supervision NONAS 4 Elective (NONAS) BUS 21 Intro to Public Policy Analysis NONAS Elective (NONAS) BUS 215 Money and Banking ECON 0280 Money and Banking Elective (NONAS) CAR Carpentry NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CAT Computer Assisted Tomography NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CCP Commercial Cook NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CET Civil Engineering Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA
12 Community College of Allegheny County Course # CFS 100 Survey of Child Development CFS 101 Introduction to Child and Family Studies CFS 10 Infant and Toddler Development Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) CFS 104 Preschool Development NONAS Elective (NONAS) CFS 107 Health/Safety of Children NONAS Elective (NONAS) CFS 111 Family Systems NONAS Elective (NONAS) CFS 11 Middle Childhood and Adolescent Development CFS 202 Children with Special Needs CFS 214 Curriculum for the Early Childhood Classroom CFS 218 Childcare Management and Administration CHM 109 Introduction to Chemistry NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) CHEM 0100 CHM 110 Introductory Chemistry CHEM 0100 CHM 109 or CHM 110 may be taken for credit, but not both CHM 109 or CHM 110 may be taken for credit, but not both CHM 111 Introductory Chem Lab If taken with CHM CHM 11 Fundamentals of General and Organic Chemistry 1 CHM 120 Bio Organic Chemistry CHEM 0910 Natural Science Natural Science CHEM 0800 Chemistry for Non Scientists Natural Science Chemical Principles for Health Professions 4 Natural Science CHM 151 General Chemistry 1 CHEM 0110 General Chemistry 1 4 Natural Science CHM 152 General Chemistry 2 CHEM 0120 General Chemistry 2 4 Natural Science CHM 170 Intro to Quantitative Analysis CHM 171 Intro to Instrumentation CHM 201 Organic Chemistry 1 CHM 202 Organic Chemistry 2 CHM 211 Inst. Methods in Chem. 1 CHM 212 Inst. Methods in Chem. 2 CHM 214 Nuclear and Radiochemistry CHEM 0250/0260 Introductory Analytical Chemistry 4 Elective NE Elective CHEM 010/00 CHEM 020/040 Organic Chemistry 1 4 Elective Organic Chemistry 2 4 Elective NE 4 Elective NE Elective Not transferable
13 Community College of Allegheny County Course # CIM Computer Integrated Manufacturing CIT 100 Computer Fundamentals and Applications CIT 111 Information to Programming: JAVA CIT 115 IT:Hardware & Software CIT 120 Networking Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CS 0110 Intro. to Computers Elective CS 0007 Introduction to Computer Programming Not transferable Not transferable Web Site Design and CIT 125 Web Development CS 014 Development CIT 10 Object Oriented Intermediate Programming with CS 0401 Programming: JAVA Java CIT 15 Intro. To Mobile Apps Not transferable CIT 140 Office Productivity Software for Personal CS 011 Applications Computing CIT 141 Word Processing Not transferable CIT 145 Programming in C CS 012 Programming in C and a guide to the UNIX operating system CIT 161 Visual Basic.NET: Intro to Computer CS 0004 Windows Programming Programming: BASIC CIT 215 Systems Analysis and Design Not transferable CIT 220 Linux/Unix Operating Sys Not transferable CIT 20 Database Systems Not transferable Curricular Requirement Quantitative and Formal Reasoning Elective 4 Quantitative and Formal Reasoning Elective Elective Quantitative and Formal Reasoning CIT 244 Object Oriented Programming 2/JAVA CS Elective CIT 245 Data Structures and Software Design: C/C++ CS 0445 Data Structures 4 Elective CIT 250 Internetworking Computers Not transferable CIT 251 Windows Server Operating System Not transferable CIT 620 Dev Web Pages Not transferable CIT 995 Computer Info Tech Not transferable CJC 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice & Criminology NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 102 Intro to Corrections NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 124 Juvenile Justice & Juvenile Delinquency SOC 144 Elective CJC 151 Criminal Justice Law NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 152 Ethics in Criminal Justice NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 201 Fundamentals of Criminal Investigations ADMJ 1100 Crime Scene Investigation Elective (NONAS) CJC 20 Evidence and Procedure NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 204 Criminal Justice System Organization and Administration NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 205 Introduction to Forensics NONAS Elective (NONAS)
14 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement CJC 206 Police Operations NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 207 Criminal Offenders and Their Environment NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 209 Community Based Corrections NONAS Elective (NONAS) CJC 211 Treatment of Offenders: Issues and Strategies NONAS Elective (NONAS) CLR Culinary Arts NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CLS Cleaning Service NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CRM 101 Intro to Criminology NONAS Elective (NONAS) CRM 102 Understanding the Juvenile Offender NONAS Elective (NONAS) CRM 210 Administration of Justice & Corrections Law NONAS Elective (NONAS) CRM Corrections Administration NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA CRT Court Reporting NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA DAN 101 Modern Dance 1 NONAS Elective (NONAS) DAN 102 Modern Dance 2 NONAS Elective (NONAS) DAN 201 Modern Dance NONAS Elective (NONAS) DAN 202 Modern Dance 4 NONAS Elective (NONAS) DEN Dental Assistant NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA DIT Dietetics Nutrition Care & Food Management NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA DMS Diagnostic Medical Sonography NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA DOS Medical Dosimetry NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA DVS Developmental Studies NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA ECO 100 Survey of Economics ECON 0800 Introduction to Economics Social Science ECO 102 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 10 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 994 Economics Elective ECO 996 Economics Elective EDD Engineering Drafting & Design EDU 201 Foundations of Education EET Electrical & Electronic Engineering Technology EGR 20 Engineering Mechanics I EGR 204 Engineering Mechanics II ECON 0110 ECON 0100 Introductory Macroeconomic Theory Introductory Microeconomic Theory Not transferable Not transferable NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA Social Science Social Science NONAS Elective (NONAS) NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA NONAS Elective (NONAS) NONAS Elective (NONAS) EGR 206 Thermodynamics NONAS Elective (NONAS) ENG 100 Basic Principles of Composition ENGCMP 0150 Basic Writing Basic Writing
15 Community College of Allegheny County Course # ENG 101 English Composition 1 ENG 102 English Composition 2 ENG 10 Technical Communication Pitt Course # ENGCMP 0200 ENGCMP 0450 ENGCMP 1101 Pitt Course Title # CR General Writing Research Writing Curricular Requirement Seminar in Composition Seminar in Composition Language of Science and Technology Elective ENG 105 CreativeWriting ENGWRT0400 Intro to Creative Writing Creative Expression ENG 106 Report Writing ENGCMP Written Professional Seminar in 0400 Communication Composition ENG 111 Technical English 1 Not transferable ENG 115 General Literature ENGLIT 000 Introduction to Literature Literature I ENG 117 Children s Literature ENGLIT 0560 Literature for Children Literature I ENG 118 Women As Writers ENGLIT 0610 Women and Literature Literature I ENG 120 The Art of Film ENGFLM 0400 Introduction to Film Music/Art I ENG 121 The Art of Film Advanced NE Elective ENG 171 Studies in Literary Themes NE Elective ENG 174 Studies in Literary Character NE Elective ENG 177 Studies in Literary Types ENGLIT Elective ENG 200 Dramatic Literature ENGLIT 010 The Dramatic Imagination Literature I ENG 201 Poetry ENGLIT 015 Reading Poetry Literature I ENG 202 Fiction ENGLIT 0000 Elective ENG 20 English Literature to the 18 th Century ENG 204 English Literature from the 18 th Century to the Present ENG 205 American Literature to the Civil War ENG 206 American Literature from the Civil War to the Present ENG 207 African American Literature ENG 209 World Literature to 1650 ENG 210 World Literature from 1650 to the Present ENGLIT 0000 Elective ENGLIT 0000 Elective ENGLIT 0570 American Literary Traditions Literature I ENGLIT 0570 American Literary Traditions (only ENG 205 OR ENG 206 can transfer if both are taken ENG 206 would transfer as elective) Literature I ENGLIT 0615 Literature and Race Literature I ENGLIT 0590 Formative Masterpieces Literature I ENGLIT 180 World Literature in English Second Literature or International (C)
16 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement ENG 222 Shakespeare s Plays ENGLIT 0580 Intro to Shakespeare Literature I ENG 22 Science Fiction ENGLIT 0626 Science Fiction Literature I ENG 225 The Bible as Literature ENGLIT 0597 The Bible as Literature Elective ENG 270 Russia:Her Land and Literature ENG 271 Writers of Western Ireland ENG 272 Seminar in British Theater NE Elective NE Elective ENGLIT 0000 Elective ENT Environmental Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA ERG Energy Management Technology ETH 101 Ethnic and Diversity Studies ETH 111 Historical Development of the Black Community ETH 112 Understanding Violence in America ETH 11 Into to Black Women & Leadership/Exp ETH 114 Achieving Cultural Competence ETH 119 Diversity Training/Education in America ETH 121 Current Issues in Ethnic and Diversity Studies ETH 122 Race and Ethnic Relations in the Global Economy ETH 12 The Politics of Race, Ethnicity, and National Identity ETH 201 Music of Black Americans: 1619 to Present ETH 202 Introduction to Music in Africa & the Diaspora ETH 204 Oral History: Issues and Answers NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 1528 History of Black Pittsburgh Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 0000 Elective AFRCNA 15 African American Music in U.S. Elective AFRCNA 14 Music in Africa AFRCNA 0000 History ETH 205 Latino Cultural Studies AFRCNA 0000 Elective International (NW) (R) ETH 206 Asian American Studies AFRCNA 0000 Elective ETH 215 African Art/Artifacts in Cycle of Life AFRCNA 0000 Elective
17 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement ETH 216 Intro to Africa AFRCNA 0000 International(NW)(R) ETH 220 History of the Pittsburgh Civil Rights Movement AFRCNA 0000 Elective ETH 06 Ind Study Africana/Ethnic Studies Not transferable FCL 10 Mythology CLASS 110 Class. Myth. & Literature Second Lit/Creative Expression OR International (R) FRE 101 Elementary French 1 FR 0000 Elementary French 1 Elective FRE 102 Elementary French 2 FR 0000 Elementary French 2 Elective placement exam needed to exempt from language requirement FRE 201 Intermediate French 1 FR 0000 Intermediate French 1 Elective placement exam needed to exempt from language requirement FRE 202 Intermediate French 2 FR 0000 Intermediate French 2 Elective placement exam needed to exempt from language requirement FSA Fire Science Administration NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA FST Food Service Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA GEO 101 World Geography GEOG 0000 Elective GEO 10 Geography of U.S. and Canada GEOG 0000 Elective GER 101 Elementary German 1 GER 0000 Elective Elective placement GER 102 Elementary German 2 exam needed to GER 0000 exempt from language requirement Elective placement GER 201 Intermediate German 1 exam needed to GER 0000 exempt from language requirement GER 202 Intermediate German 2 GER 0000 Second Language GGY 110 Weather and Man GEOL 0000 Elective GGY 201 Geology GEO 0800 Geology Natural Science GGY 202 Historical Geology GEOL 0060 Historical Geology Natural Science GGY 20 Physical Geology GEO 0040 Physical Geology Natural Science GGY 222 Intro to Weather Analysis NE Elective GNT Greenhouse Nursery NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA HAC Heating & Air Conditioning Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA HHC Home Health Care Assistant NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA
18 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement HIS 101 History of Western Civilization 1 HIS 102 History of Western Civilization 2 HIST 0100 Western Civilization 1 HIST 0101 Western Civilization 2 History or International (R) History or International (R) HIS 104 United States History 1 HIST 0600 United States to 1877 History HIS 105 United States History 2 HIST 0601 United States 1865 to Present History HIS 110 Introduction to Social Science HIS 111 History of Dec. Arts and Int. Design HIS 11 History of the Old Testament HIS 114 History of the New Testament HIS 151 History of American Labor HIS 20 African American History 1 SOC 0000 Elective NE Elective RELGST 0000 Elective RELGST 0000 Elective HIST 1656 American Workers 20 th Century History HIST 0670 Afro American History 1 History HIS 205 African American History 2 HIS 21 Twentieth Century World History HIST 0671 Afro American History 2 History HIST 1017 Globalization and History History or International (G)or(C) HIS 219 History of Women HIST 1661 United States Women 2 History HIS 220 Historical Archaeology HIST 0000 Elective HIS 222 Pittsburgh: Past, Present, Future HIS 229 Contemporary United States History HIST 1668 History of Pittsburgh Elective HIST 1619 United States Since 1945 History HOA Hospitality Administration NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA HOR Horticulture Technology NA Nothing from this area transfers NA NA HPE 101 Aerobic Dance HPE 102 Aerobic Fitness HPE 105 Badminton PEDC PEDC PEDC 2 Elective 2 Elective 1 Elective
19 Community College of Allegheny County Course # Pitt Course # Pitt Course Title # CR Curricular Requirement HPE 106 Badminton and Volleyball PEDC 1 Elective HPE 107 Basketball and Softball PEDC 2 Elective HPE 117 Fitness Walking PEDC 1 Elective HPE 121 Handball and Paddleball PEDC 2 Elective HPE 12 Jogging PEDC 1 Elective HPE 127 Personal Conditioning PEDC 1 Elective HPE 128 Physical Conditioning and Weight Training 1 PEDC 2 Elective HPE 129 Physical Conditioning and Weight Training 2 PEDC 2 Elective HPE 15 Yoga PEDC 2 Elective HPE 16 Self Defense PEDC 2 Elective HPE 18 Swimming/ Beginning PEDC 2 Elective HPE 19 Swimming/ Intermediate PEDC 1 Elective HPE 141 Swimming/ Aquatic Fitness PEDC 1 Elective HPE 142 Aerobic Kickboxing PEDC 2 Elective HPE 14 Swimming/ Senior Life Saving PEDC 1 Elective HPE 147 Tennis and Paddle Tennis PEDC 2 Elective HPE 149 Track and Cross Country PEDC 1 Elective
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