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1 TRANSFER GUIDE & ACADEMIC PLAN From South Carolina Technical Colleges to Coastal Carolina University coastal.edu

2 HAVE A QUESTION OR NEED MORE INFORMATION? Contact one of the following transfer staff in Coastal Carolina University s Office of Admissions: Cynthia Johnston Jocelyn Byrne Paul Scheuer Jessica Kosty Senior Associate Director of Transfer and Non-Traditional Students ; fax Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions ; fax Transfer Admissions Counselor ; fax Admissions Counselor ; fax APPLY ONLINE Submit your Coastal Carolina University application online for speedy processing. A valid credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express) is required to process the $45 application fee. To submit your application electronically, go to coastal.edu/admissions/apply.html. Office of Admissions P.O. Box Conway, SC or coastal.edu

3 Easing the Process for Transfer Students Transfer Students with an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree Transfer students accepted to the University with an earned Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from a regionally accredited institution will have all core curriculum requirements waived. Transfer credits earned by the student may be applied to foundation, minor, cognate or major requirements, or will be counted as electives. Course prerequisites and minimum credit requirements for the awarding of degrees will still apply. This is a five-year pilot program (academic years to ). The effectiveness of the program will be continuously evaluated by the appropriate body. Online Resources for Transfer Students Students interested in transferring to Coastal Carolina University or taking classes during the summer session may now access two new websites for transfer information. These websites offer students the ability to: Locate information related to transfer requirements (including application deadlines), the transfer of credit, and contact information for institutional transfer officers; Access transfer agreements that exist for the institution; and Search for course equivalencies to determine how courses taken at one institution will transfer to Coastal Carolina University. The first portal, is a national portal and contains information for institutions across the United States. The second portal, is designed specifically for South Carolina-based students. Both sites contain information on transferable courses, transfer agreements, as well as accceptable CLEP and AP credits. The data contained on both sites are continually updated as new equivalencies are determined. The Transfer Student and Admission An applicant is considered a transfer student when he or she has attended another regionally accredited post-secondary institution in any capacity after completing high school. To be considered for admission, the transfer applicant should have earned a minimum cumulative collegiate 2.0 GPA or a C average in at least two full-time semesters of course work (24 transferable credits) or its equivalent from all regionally accredited colleges/universities attended. Cumulative collegiate GPA will be based on transcripts and will not be recalculated. Applicants who have earned less than 24 transferable credits or its equivalent must meet both transfer and freshman admission requirements. Applicants age 22 or older are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores. (See the Coastal Carolina University Catalog for complete freshman admission information.) For admission to Coastal Carolina University from another institution, a transfer student must: Complete an application for admission and submit a nonrefundable application fee. Provide official copies of transcripts from all previously attended institutions directly to the Office of Admissions. Be academically eligible to return to the last institution attended as a degree candidate (e.g., not on academic or disciplinary suspension). Decisions for admission are made after all official credentials are received. 1

4 Transfer Policy Coastal Carolina University has adopted the following policy for determining transfer of academic credits from regionally accredited institutions: 1. A student transferring to Coastal Carolina University will submit all official transcripts to the Office of Admissions for evaluation. 2. Up to 76 transferable credits of college parallel courses may be accepted from a regionally accredited two-year college transfer program to be applicable toward a Coastal Carolina University degree. 3. Up to 90 transferable credits of college parallel courses may be accepted from regionally accredited four-year colleges or universities to be applicable toward a Coastal Carolina University degree. 4. Prior to graduating from Coastal Carolina University and regardless of the point in the student s academic career at which any student enters the University, the student must complete the last 30 semester hours in residence while enrolled in classes at Coastal Carolina University or through sanctioned Coastal Carolina University academic exchange programs. 5. A minimum grade of C (e.g., C-, C or C+) in a course is required for transfer credit to be awarded for that course. 6. Credit for work completed at another institution by Coastal Carolina University students will not be accepted for transfer credit if the student has previously failed to earn the required grade in an equivalent course at Coastal Carolina University. 7. Courses taken at another institution while under academic suspension may transfer to Coastal Carolina University in accordance with University transfer policies. Transcript Evaluation The Office of Admissions will complete a preliminary evaluation of transcripts to identify courses that can transfer for credit to Coastal Carolina University. An official list of those transferable credits is then forwarded to all accepted transfer students. Refer to the list of approved courses for transfer in this guide. The department chair or adviser evaluates specific courses, as needed, and determines which course credits apply to that particular major. For additional information on transcript evaluation, call the Office of Admissions at If a student later decides to change his/her major, a re-evaluation of applicable credits must be completed by the department chair of the new major. Transfer Credit Restrictions As a general rule, credits earned in courses that apply to one or more of the following categories are usually not acceptable for transfer credit: Courses that are occupational or technical in nature, Courses that are essentially remedial or Courses not recognized in that institution s catalog as part of its college parallel transfer program. Exceptions to the above categories may be made only by the dean or designee of the college in which the student plans to enroll (major), by the dean or designee of the college that offers the course, or by the Interdisciplinary Studies Committee in specific cases where such courses are judged to be uniquely relevant to the student s degree program. 2

5 Certain degree programs do not recognize some transfer credit from two-year institutions for courses that are considered upper division or upper level courses at Coastal Carolina University. However, some degree programs will grant transfer credit for such courses as lower level electives or core curriculum requirements. Each transfer student is encouraged to discuss the transfer of academic credits not listed in this guide with department contacts or with his/her adviser, who is assigned by the dean of the student s major. Students should be aware that changing their majors while at Coastal Carolina University will require a re-evaluation and approval of their transfer credits for application to their new majors. Calculation of Coastal Carolina University Grade Point Average Coastal Carolina University accepts the credit only for transfer, not the grade for grade point average (GPA) calculation. (A student s GPA is calculated on Coastal Carolina University courses only.) The GPA is calculated on the basis of all work in the student s career at Coastal Carolina University. All credits earned at other institutions and transferred to Coastal Carolina University may be used to satisfy program requirements but will not be calculated as a part of the GPA. The following designations indicate a consistently high level of academic achievement throughout the student s entire academic career. To graduate with such honors, a student must have earned at least 60 credit hours applicable toward the degree in residence, meaning at Coastal Carolina University (which can include credits earned through officially recognized Coastal Carolina University academic exchange programs). Courses taken as a transient (visiting) student at other institutions, by correspondence, by examination (departmental or CLEP), by exemption, or earned through military credits are not considered in residence. u Summa Cum Laude: collegiate GPA of 4.0 u Magna Cum Laude: collegiate GPA of u Cum Laude: collegiate GPA of Academic Forgiveness Academic Forgiveness for former Coastal Carolina University students means that a student s past failures are forgiven to allow him/her to resume a college career with a realistic possibility of completing a degree. The program allows the calculation of a GPA based on the student s performance in courses taken after being granted forgiveness. See the Coastal Carolina University Catalog for conditions to apply for academic forgiveness and circumstances following approval. A student who has met the conditions must submit a written request to the dean of the student s major. Graduation Requirements It is recommended that students meet with their faculty adviser at least once each semester. In order to be eligible for graduation, students must meet all course requirements, meet all in residence requirements, meet all departmental or program requirements, meet all core curriculum requirements and have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.0 on all coursework attempted at Coastal Carolina University. 3

6 All course credit beyond 90 credit hours must be completed in residence at Coastal Carolina University, and at least 12 credit hours of the student s major courses and six (6) credits of minor courses must be earned at Coastal Carolina University. Degree programs that require the final academic year to be taken at an external institution are exempt from this requirement. Those degree programs must instead ensure that a minimum of 25 percent of the degree program s requirements, including 12 credit hours of the student s major courses and six (6) credit hours of minor courses, are taken in residence at Coastal Carolina University. Some programs impose greater student residence and/or major and minor requirements. Consult the Coastal Carolina University Catalog. A maximum of 90 transferable semester credit hours of college parallel courses may be accepted from regionally accredited four-year colleges or universities to be applicable toward a Coastal Carolina University degree. A maximum of 76 transferable semester credit hours of college parallel courses may be accepted from a regionally accredited South Carolina technical college or two-year institution to apply toward a Coastal Carolina University degree. Unless noted above, regardless of when students enter the University, they must complete the last 25 percent of credit hours before graduation enrolled in classes approved by the appropriate chair of the department from which the degree will be granted. All degree applicants are urged to confer with the chairs of their respective departments about their programs and degree requirements prior to the beginning of their last two semesters in residence at the University to ensure completion of all requirements. Some departments have specific requirements for graduation as part of the department s other requirements. For example, art majors must submit portfolios for faculty review at the end of the sophomore year and also prepare to display their works in a senior art show. English majors must score a passing grade on the English assessment exam in addition to the English degree s other requirements. Students are responsible for their individual academic programs and for meeting the requirements of their major department and the University. Financial Aid and Scholarships Financial aid is available from several sources: scholarships, federal and state grants, loan programs, student employment and veteran benefits. Coastal Carolina University s Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, located in Kingston Hall, will help identify programs that are right for students and advise them on application procedures and appropriate forms. For additional information, call or 4

7 Approved Courses for Transfer Note: The student must have earned at least a C in the course for transfer credit to be awarded. Refer to the current Coastal Carolina University Catalog for course descriptions. TCC = S.C. Technical College Course EQUIV = Equivalent course credit at Coastal Carolina University ACC* CBAD*201 ACC* CBAD*202 ACC*111, ACC CBAD*201;... CBAD ELECTIVE AET* ARTS*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTS*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTH*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTS*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AET* ARTD*ELECTIVE AHS* HPRO*404 ANT* ANTH*101 ANT* ANTH*102 ANT* ANTH*101 ART* ARTS*102 ART* ARTS*102 ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*105 ART* ARTH*106 ART* ARTS*111 ART* ARTS*112 ART* ARTD*201 ART* ARTS*204 ART* ARTS*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*200 ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*212 ART* ARTS*211 ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTH*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*ELECTIVE ART* ARTS*ELECTIVE ART* ARTE*210 ARV* ARTH*105 ARV* ARTH*106 ARV* ARTD*201 ARV* ARTS*261 ARV* ARTS*111 ARV* ARTS*103 ARV* ARTS*104 ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*202 ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*261 ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*201 ARV* ARTD*202 ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*205 ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE 5

8 ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTS*211 ARV* ARTS*212 ARV* ARTS*208 ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE ARV* ARTD*ELECTIVE AST* ASTR*101: ASTR*101L AST* ASTR*112: ASTR*112L BAF* ECON*110 BIO* BIOL*101: BIOL*101L BIO* BIOL*121: BIOL*121L BIO* BIOL*122: BIOL*122L BIO* BIOL*101: BIOL*101L BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*232: BIOL*232L BIO* BIOL*242: BIOL*242L BIO* BIOL*232: BIOL*232L BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BIO* BIOL*ELECTIVE BUS* CBAD*ELECTIVE BUS* CBAD*ELECTIVE BUS* CBAD*ELECTIVE BUS* MGMT*ELECTIVE BUS* MKTG*ELECTIVE BUS* MKTG*ELECTIVE BUS* PHIL*318 BUS* CBAD*291 CGC* ARTD*201 CGC* ARTS*261 CGC* ARTD*201 CGC* ARTD*202 CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTS*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CGC* ARTD*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*101: CHEM*101L CHM* CHEM*101: CHEM*101L CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*111: CHEM*111L CHM* CHEM*112: CHEM*112L CHM* CHEM*112: CHEM*112L CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHM* CHEM*ELECTIVE CHN* CHIN 110 CHN* CHIN 120 CHT* CHEM*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*110 COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*110 COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*110 COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE COL* UNIV*ELECTIVE CPT* CSCI*105 CPT* CSCI*ELECTIVE CPT* CSCI*111 CPT* CSCI*130 CPT* CSCI*205 CPT* CSCI*120 CPT* CSCI*120 CPT* CSCI*140 CPT* CSCI*110 CPT* CSCI*140 6

9 CPT* CSCI*111 CPT* CSCI*111 CPT* CSCI*208 CPT* CSCI*208 CPT* CSCI*208 CPT* CSCI*205 CPT* CSCI*207 CPT* CSCI*207 CPT* CSCI*207 CPT* CSCI*209 CPT* CSCI*209 CPT* CSCI*ELECTIVE CPT* CSCI*203 CPT* CSCI*ELECTIVE CPT* CSCI*106 CPT* CSCI*ELECTIVE CPT* CSCI*208 CPT* CSCI*106 CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE CRJ* ELEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*276 ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD*102, ECD* EDEC*332: EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* HPRO*ELECTIVE ECD* PHED*226 ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDEC*340 ECD* EDEC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*215 ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE 7

10 ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECD* EDUC*ELECTIVE ECE* PHYS*ELECTIVE ECE* CSCI*ELECTIVE ECE* CSCI*310 ECO* ECON*101 ECO* ECON*101 ECO* ECON*ELECTIVE ECO* ECON*201 ECO* ECON*202 EDU* EDUC*111 EDU* EDUC*111 EDU* EDUC*204 EDU* EDUC*ELECTIVE EDU* EDUC*215:... EDUC*ELECTIVE EGR* ENGR*101 ENG* ENGL*101 ENG* ENGL*102 ENG* ENGL*101 ENG* ENGL*290 ENG* ENGL*211 ENG* ENGL*290 ENG* ENGL*210 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*287 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*484 ENG* ENGL*275 ENG* ENGL*276 ENG* ENGL*277 ENG* ENGL*341 ENG* ENGL*277 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*ELECTIVE ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*277 ENG* ENGL*205 ENG* ENGL*ELECTIVE ENG* ENGL*341 ENG* ENGL*201 ENG* ENGL*211 EVT* BIOL*ELECTIVE EVT* ENVI*ELECTIVE EVT* BIOL*ELECTIVE FRE* FREN*110:... FREN*ELECTIVE FRE* FREN*120:... FREN*ELECTIVE FRE* FREN*130 FRE* FREN*210 GEO* GEOG*121 GEO* GEOG*121 GEO* GEOG*ELECTIVE GEO* GEOG*ELECTIVE GER* GERM*110:... GERM*ELECTIVE GER* GERM*120:... GERM*ELECTIVE GER* GERM*130 GER* GERM*210 GMT* GEOG*204 GMT* GEOG*204 GMT* GEOG*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*101 HIS* HIST*102 HIS* HIST*111 HIS* HIST*112 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*355 HIS* HIST*201 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*369 HIS* HIST*387 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE 8

11 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*201 HIS* HIST*202 HIS* HIST*101 HIS* HIST*102 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* RELG*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*387 HIS* HIST*ELECTIVE HIS* HIST*371 HIS* HIST*460 HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* RTMA*282 HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HOS* RTMA*180:... RTMA*ELECTIVE HOS* RTMA*280:... RTMA*ELECTIVE HSS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HSS* RELG*ELECTIVE HTH* HPRO*121 HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE HUS* ELEC*ELECTIVE IDS* IDS*210 IDS* UNIV*150 IDS* UNIV*150 IDS* UNIV*150 IDS* HONR*150 IDS* HONR*ELECTIVE IST* ARTD*205 IST* CSCI*203 JOU* JOUR*201 JOU* JOUR*200 LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE LEG* ELEC*ELECTIVE 9

12 MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*130 MAT* MATH*130 MAT* MATH*131 MAT* MATH*135:... MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* STAT*201 MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*132 MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*160 MAT* MATH*161 MAT* STAT*201 MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*130 MAT* MATH*201 MAT* MATH*202 MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* STAT*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*260 MAT* MATH*320:... MATH*ELECTIVE MAT* MATH*201 MAT* MATH*202 MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MGT* MGMT*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MKT* MKTG*ELECTIVE MLS* ROTC*101:ROTC101L MLS* ROTC*102:ROTC102L MLS* ROTC*201:ROTC201L MLS* ROTC*202:ROTC202L MUS* MUS*125 MUS* MUS*125 MUS* MUS*125 MUS* MUS*125 MUS* MUS*110 MUS* MUS*170 MUS* MUS*124A MUS* MUS*124A MUS* MUS*124A MUS* MUS*124A NRM* BIOL*ELECTIVE NRM* BIOL*ELECTIVE PHI* PHIL*101 PHI* PHIL*102 PHI* PHIL*110 PHI* PHIL*110 PHI* PHIL*102 PHI* PHIL*102 PHI* PHIL*101 PHS* PHYS*103 PHYS*103L PHS* PHYS*103 PHYS*103L PHS* PHYS*103 PHYS*103L PHY* PHYS*201 PHYS*201L PHY* PHYS*202 PHYS*202L PHY* PHYS*211 PHYS*211L PHY* PHYS*212 PHYS*212L PHY* PHYS*212 PHYS*212L PSC*101, PSC*103, PSC* POLI*431: POLI*ELECTIVE PSC* POLI*ELECTIVE PSC* POLI*201 PSC* POLI*ELECTIVE 10

13 PSC* POLI*330 PSC* POLI*365 PSC* POLI*101 PSY* PSYC*101 PSY* EDUC*336 PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* EDUC*280 PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE PSY* PSYC*ELECTIVE REL* RELG*103 REL* RELG*ELECTIVE REL* RELG*103 REL* RELG*103 RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* JOUR*ELECTIVE RTV* JOUR*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE RTV* ARTS*ELECTIVE SFT* EXSS*ELECTIVE SFT* HPRO*235 SFT* EXSS*ELECTIVE SFT* EXSS*310 SFT* EXSS*122 SFT* EXSS*ELECTIVE SFT* EXSS*ELECTIVE SFT* EXSS*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*101 SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*102 SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SOC* SOC*ELECTIVE SPA* SPAN*110:... SPAN*ELECTIVE SPA* SPAN*120:... SPAN*ELECTIVE SPA* SPAN*130 SPA* SPAN*210 SPC* COMM*101 SPC* COMM*140 SPC* COMM*ELECTIVE SPC* COMM*ELECTIVE SPC* *ELECTIVE SPC* JOUR*201 SPC* THEA*240 SPC* COMM*275 THE* THEA*101 THE* THEA*150 THE* THEA*155 THE* THEA*155 THE* THEA*160 THE* THEA*220 THE* THEA*220 THE* THEA*220 THE* THEA*220/... THEA*ELECTIVE THE* THEA*220/... THEA*ELECTIVE THE* THEA*361 THE* THEA*362 THE* THEA*230 THE* THEA*155 THE* THEA*329 THE* THEA*288 THE* THEA*331 THE* THEA*130 11

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