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1 Transfer Guide The spirit of cooperation between Norfolk State University (NSU) and the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) will continue as the statewide policy for transfer students is implemented. The VCCS operates 27 community colleges on 33 campuses throughout the Commonwealth. The state goal of a smooth and efficient transition from the community college to senior institutions has been the goal of Norfolk State University for a number of years. Norfolk State University, therefore, adheres to the state policy on transfer. Norfolk State University has designed this Transfer Guide for prospective transfer students from the Virginia Community College System. This guide supplements rather than supplants the University catalog. The information in this guide summarizes admission procedures, academic regulations, and student services. If you need additional information, call or write the University. This guide was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time of publication; however, all information including statements of course transferability and course offerings change without notice or obligation. ADMISSIONS APPLICATIONS Applications for admission are evaluated on a regular basis. When applying for admission, the applicant must provide the following: 1. A completed application and a $35 non-refundable fee payable by cash, check, credit card, or money order. 2. Official transcripts from all colleges attended must be submitted by the institution(s) to the Office of Admissions. Transfer students must be in good standing at the last school attended and must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or higher. 3. High school transcripts and/or GED scores are required if fewer than 12 semester hours are transferred. 4. SAT/ACT scores, if applicant is under the age of 21 and fewer than 12 semester hours are transferred. 5. A medical history form, signed by the student and a physician, must be submitted prior to the end or the first semester of the enrollment. The form must be submitted to the Spartan Health Center. NOTE: A $100 non-refundable enrollment deposit is required. Nursing Program Admissions Admissions to the programs in the Department of Nursing is competitive and based on criteria which include completion of either high school or college prerequisites, demonstrated ability in mathematics and the natural sciences, minimal grade point average in previous academic work, and other requirements as specified in materials which can be obtained directly from the Department of Nursing

2 GUIDELINES FOR TRANSFER CREDIT The Office of Admission makes the final determination concerning acceptance of transfer credits, after all transcripts from each college attended have been received and reviewed. Transfer credit is accepted for coursework with a grade of C or better from regionally accredited institutions of higher learning. Courses taken on a pass/fail basis may be considered for transfer credit if the official college or university transcript or official attachments indicate a passing grade of C or better. No more than 30 semester hours completed as pass/fail credit may be considered for transfer credit. Two copies of the Certificate of Advanced Standing will be generated for all accepted transfers. The Certificate must be submitted to the academic advisor for review and approval during the transfer orientation session. Academic departments will make the final determination of transfer credits accepted toward the chosen curriculum. Courses numbered are considered lower level elective (LL EL), and are considered upper level elective (UP EL). Additional transfer credit may be obtained through Advanced Placement Examinations, College Level Examination Program (CLEP), American College Testing Proficiency Examination Program (ACT-PEP), Norfolk State University Subject Examinations, DANTES, Credit for Military Service and Schools. For additional information see the University Catalog at College preparatory and remedial courses are not transferable. CLASSIFICATION OF STUDENTS Class standing for undergraduate students is determined by the number of completed semester credit hours as follows: freshmen 0-29 semester hours; sophomores semester hours; juniors semester hours; seniors 90 or more semester hours. CAMPUS TOURS Students interested in scheduling a campus tour should contact the Admissions Office at (757) for an appointment. Family and individual tours are given on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3:00 p.m. while school is in session (http://www.nsu.edu/admissions). III. Acceptance and Application of Credits A. Students who have earned an associate degree are considered to have met the lower division general education requirements. Whether through an articulation agreement or the associate degree, these students will be considered to have attained junior standing. (It may take longer than two years to complete the baccalaureate because of prerequisites in the major or other requirements or circumstances.) B. Transfer students shall receive credits earned through articulation agreements and/or the transfer module. IV. Communication and Information

3 Norfolk State University believes that good communication is a most important factor in successful student transfer. Therefore, information will be shared with all transfer students as well as with other community colleges in the Virginia Community College System. In addition: A. Norfolk State University faculty meets regularly with their community college counterparts to discuss academic issues. B. First View "Open House" is held each year for potential transfer students. C. Norfolk State University provides transfer students with a formal evaluation of their transfer credit prior to registration. This assessment leads to the issuance of a document listing transfer courses approved by the University. In addition a Record of Academic Progress sheet is provided to each student so that he/she will not only know what courses have been accepted, but also what courses need to be taken in order to complete degree requirements. D. Articulated transfer agreements have been developed in many academic areas and both the VCCS and NSU meet regularly to discuss any program changes. E. A Transfer Guide is published and updated each year and is available to transfer students, faculty, and counselors. F. The Community College Liaison will serve as the Chief Transfer Officer. FINANCIAL AID The purpose of Norfolk State University's financial aid program is to assist qualified students who, without such aid, would be unable to attend the University. Aid is awarded on the basis of financial need and scholastic achievement. Some aid programs stipulate a combination of these criteria while others may focus on one or the other. Financial aid is awarded according to eligibility and available funding. Types of aid include scholarships, grants, loans, and employment. The University offers a number of awards each year to eligible returning students as well as to students who have been accepted for admission. Some awards are available only to Virginia residents, while others are awarded without regard to state residency. Generally, students must be enrolled at least half-time, matriculating in a degree-seeking program, certificate, or other recognized educational credential, and be in good academic standing in order to be eligible for financial assistance. Certain aid programs require students to maintain full-time status. Financial aid is awarded on an annual basis. Students who wish to receive financial aid are required to reapply each year and must continue to meet eligibility criteria. The priority date for

4 applying for financial aid is March 15th. For applications received after the priority date, there is no guarantee that final award offers will be ready by the fee due date and/or the start of classes. A student must be accepted for admission before receiving a financial aid award offer. Award notifications for on-time applications are normally mailed by June 1st. APPLYING FOR FINANCIAL AID A Federal Student Aid Personal Identification Number (PIN) should be obtained. The PIN serves as a personal identifier which may be used each year to apply for federal student aid. Apply for a PIN at Complete the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA may be accessed at Norfolk State University's Federal School Code is: Scholarships You may contact your department, the Financial Aid Office, or the Office of University Advancement for scholarship information and applications. Departmental Scholarships are administered by departments; however, all students applying for and receiving financial aid may receive financial aid only in an amount representative of the difference between the scholarships and the calculated financial need of the student. Additional financial aid information may be obtained at VETERANS AFFAIRS The Office of Veterans Affairs provides specialized customer service to members of the various branches of military service, veterans and eligible family members regarding registration for Veterans Administration (VA) benefits, counseling and general assistance in admission to the University. Norfolk State University receives tuition payments for veterans under the Veterans Vocational Rehabilitation Program. The University accepts the College Fee Waiver for students authorized for the Virginia War Orphans Program. The Office of Veterans Affairs is located in room 320 University Center. REGISTRATION The first step in the registration process is admission to the University. In order to attend classes at Norfolk State University, all students must complete the registration process. A schedule booklet outlining registration policies and procedures, schedule of classes, final examination schedules, and other information pertaining to registration for a given semester or summer school is available in the Registrar's Office and is issued to each student prior to the scheduled registration period. The schedule book is also available online at and a search for classes is available online on Spartan Shield at https://spartanshield.nsu.edu. Registration dates are included in the University calendar. Students are responsible for

5 complying with all of the policies and procedures governing registration, changing of class schedules tuition payment, the current schedule booklets, and/or official University publications, and other mandated requirements by the University. Each student must obtain the signature of the department head or the academic advisor on the Registration Worksheet, indicating approval of the student's schedule of courses when registering in the Registrar s Office. Online registration can only occur after consultation with the academic advisor and removal of the WEB hold each semester. The payment of tuition and fees is a part of the registration process. A student is not enrolled or registered until all necessary fees are paid and validated by the Office of Student Accounts. Questions, call the Registrar's Office at 757/ NORFOLK STATE UNIVERSITY POLICY ON TRANSFER The following is Norfolk State University's policy on transfers which carries out the State's recommendations on the transfer of students from the VCCS and Richard Bland College to NSU: CAREER SERVICES The Office of Career Services is responsible for the overall planning, development, and implementation of the University s career services program for students and alumni. Students must register with Career Services to receive all available services. Seniors are encouraged to register and maintain a credentials file with the office as they seek career positions upon graduations. The Career Services Office is located in room 306/311, Mills E. Godwin, Jr. Student Center of the University Center. RESIDENCE LIFE Living in residence halls provides a great opportunity for students to interact with persons from different backgrounds, become involved in campus life, enhance personal growth and development, and create friendships that will last a lifetime. Students share the responsibility for abiding by all University policies and respecting the right of others. The University offers off-campus housing referral services to assist students in locating privately owned accommodations. Please contact the Office of Residence Life at (757) for additional information. Every effort is made to house all transfer students desiring housing. The priority deadline to apply for on-campus housing is May 31st. For further information, please visit STUDENT HEALTH SERVICES Student Health Services are provided by InoMedic, which is located in the Spartan Station. Basic health services provided under the student health program include diagnosis and treatment of minor illnesses and injuries, provision of selected over-the counter medication and medical supplies, supervised care in designated observation beds, general and emergency medical services, health education counseling, maintenance of immunization/health history records, provision of forms and materials on preventive health, mental health, and other healthrelated areas, and injections of allergy serum (at student s expense). The cost for health care services listed above is paid by the University for students enrolled full time. Cost incurred for care that exceeds the services listed above must be paid by the students. Students are

6 encouraged to purchase health insurance to cover the cost of specialty referrals or hospitalization. For additional information, please call (757) STUDENT ACTIVITIES The Office of Student Activities is responsible for the coordination and implementation of a creative, responsive, and diverse co-curricular program at Norfolk State University. Norfolk State University strives to cultivate individuals who have not only mastered academic coursework, but have also developed active interests and skills in interpersonal relations. To assist with this mission, the University promotes a wide range of student organizations and activities. Students are encouraged to participate in academic, social athletic, literary and religious activities. The Student Activities Office located in the Mills E. Godwin Jr, Student Center maintains a list of names and phone numbers of contact persons for student organizations.

7 ACC-211 Principles of Accounting I 3 = ACC-201 Principles of Financial Acct 3 ACC-212 Principles of Accounting II 3 = ACC-202 Intro to Managerial Accounting 3 ADJ 110 Intro to Law Enforcement 3 = SOC-312 Law Enforcement 3 ADJ 140 Intro to Corrections 3 = CJS-230 Intro to Corrections 3 ADJ 140 Intro to Corrections 3 = SOC-314 Changing the Lawbreaker 3 ARC-121 Architect Drafting I 3 = BCT-264 Intermediate Surveying 3 ARC-122 Architect Drafting II 3 = BCT-265 Architect Details 3 ARC-133 Construction Method & Prcd I 3 = BCT-266 Architect Drafting 3 ARC-133 Construction Method & Prcd I 3 = BCT-162 Materials of Construction 3 ARC-134 Construction Method & Procd II 3 = BCT-261 Specifications 3 ARC-258 Building Codes 3 = BCT-260 Building Codes/Specifications 3 ART 101 His & Appreciation of Art I 3 = FIA-270 Art History Survey I 3 ART 101 His & Appreciation of Art I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ART 102 His & Appreciation of Art II 3 = FIA-271 History of Art Survey 3 ART 102 His & Appreciation of Art II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ART 105 Art & World Culture 3 = FIA-201 Basic Art Appreciation 3 ART 106 History of Modern Art 3 = FIA-201H Honors Basic Art Appreciation 3 ART 112 History of Modern Art 3 = FIA-110 Introduction to Art 3 ART 113 History of Modern Art 3 = FIA-110 Introduction to Art 3 ART 114 History of Modern Art 3 = FIA-110 Introduction to Art 3 ART 121 Drawing I 3 = FIA-120 Basic Drawing 3 ART 122 Drawing II 3 = FIA-121 Basic Drawing 3 ART 131 Fund of Design I 3 = FIA-114 Basic Design 3 ART 132 Fund of Design II 3 = FIA-115 Basic Design 3 ART 143 Calligraphy 3 = FIA-160 Lettering 3 ART 144 Calligraphy 3 = FIA-161 Lettering 3 ART 151 Theory & Pract Ceram I 3 = FIA-140 Ceramics 3 ART 152 Theory & Pract Ceram I 3 = FIA-141 Ceramics 3 ART 153 Theory & Pract Ceram I 3 = FIA-140 Ceramics 3 ART 154 Theory & Pract Ceram I 3 = FIA-140 Ceramics 3 ART 201 His & Appreciation of Art I 3 = FIA-270 Art History Survey I 3 ART 201 His & Appreciation of Art I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ART 202 His & Appreciation of Art II 3 = FIA-271 History of Art Survey 3 ART 202 His & Appreciation of Art II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ART 297 CO-OP Ed in Art 3 = FIA-214 Craft Design Workshop 3 ART 221 Drawing I 3 = FIA-220 Life Drawing 3 ART 222 Drawing II 3 = FIA-221 Life Drawing 3 ART 241 Painting I 3 = FIA-234 Painting 3 ART 242 Painting II 3 = FIA-235 Painting 3 ART 253 Design III 3 = FIA-362 Graphic Design 3 ART 254 Design IV 3 = FIA-363 Graphic Design 3 ART 273 Silkscreen Painting I 3 = FIA-261 Printmaking Workshop 3 ART 274 Silkscreen Painting II 3 = FIA-262 Printmaking Workshop 3 ART 287 Computer Graphics 3 = FIA-380 Computer Imaging 3 ART 297 CO-OP Ed in Art 3 = FIA-491 Advanced Studio Problems 3

8 AST 201 Keyboarding III 3 = SED-210 Found Second Meth 3 AST-205 Business Communications 3 = BUS-330 Business Communication 3 BCS 125 Television Design 3 = MCM-250 TV Production 3 BCS 201 Advanced Radio/TV Prod I 3 = MCM-350 TV Directing 3 BCS 202 Advanced Radio/TV Prod II 3 = MCM-350 TV Directing 3 BCS 245 Writing for Radio/TV 3 = MCM-261 Introduction to Media Writing 3 BCS 246 Radio/TV 3 = MCM-362 Broadcast News Writing/Report 3 BCS 255 Social Issues in Broadcasting 3 = MCM-211 Society Mass Communication 3 BCS 297 CO-OP Ed in Broadcasting 5 = MCM-493 Practicum (WNSB) 3 BCS 297 CO-OP Ed in Broadcasting 5 = MCM-494 Practicum (WNSB) 3 BCS 290 Coordinated Internship 5 = MCM-496 Internship 3 BCS 290 Coordinated Internship 5 = MCM-497 Internship 3 BIO 1 Foundation of Biology 3 = BIO-100 Biological Science 3 BIO 100 Basic Human Biology 3 = BIO-105 Human Biology 3 BIO 101 General Biology I 4 = BIO-110 General Biology 3 BIO 102 General Biology II 4 = BIO-111 General Biology II 3 BIO 110 General Botany 4 = BIO-261 General Botany 3 BIO 120 General Zoology 4 = BIO-260 General Zoology 3 BIO 141 Human Anat & Phys.I 4 = BIO-270L Comp Anat Vertebrae Lab 1 BIO 141 Human Anat & Phy I 4 = PED-287 Human Anatomy 3 BIO 142 Human Anat & PhysII 4 = BIO-271L Ecology Lab 1 BIO 142 Human Anat & Phy II 4 = PED-288 Human Physiology 3 BIO 149 Micro for Allied Hea = BIO-163 Microbiology/Health Sciences 3 BIO 205 Gen Microbiology 4 = BIO-330 Review Human Anatomy, Physiology and Microbiology for Health Professions BIO 206 Cell Biology 4 = BIO-310L Gen Microbiology Lab 1 BIO 256 General Genetics 4 = BIO-364 Seminar/Colloquium 1 BIO 298 Seminar and Project 1 = BIO-452A Biology Instrument Tec 2 BIO 299 Supervised Study 1-5 = BIO-452B Biology Instrument Tec 2 BIO 270 General Ecology 4 = BIO-274 Plant Morphology 3 BUS-100 Introduction to Business 3 = BUS-175 Intro to Business & Entrepren 3 BUS-216 Probability and Statistics for Bus & Econ 3 = DSC-270 Business Statistics 3 BUS-241 Business Law I 3 = BUS-281 Legal Environment for Business BUS-242 Business Law II 3 = BUS-382 Commercial Law 3 CAD-151 Engineering Draw Fu 3 = TMD-150 Engineering Graphics 3 CAD-151 Engineering Draw Fu 3 = TMD-251H Advanced Cad 3 CAD-202 CAD I 3 = TMD-151 Introduction to Cad 3 CAD-202 CAD II 3 = TMD-225 Mechanics/Statics 3 CAD-202 CAD I 3 = TMD-252 Tool Design 3 CHD-120 Intro Early Childhood Education 3 = ECE-110 Intro Profession 2 CHD-125 Creative Activities for Child 3 = ECE-232 Creative Activities for Children 3 CHD-118 Language Arts for Young Child 3 = ECE-324 Children s Lit for ECE 3 CHD-225 Curriculum Development for School-Age Child Care 3 = ECE-360 Curriculum & Instruction I 3

9 CHD-230 Behavior Management for School-Age Child Care 3 = ECE-370 Analyzing Behavior of Children 3 CHD-145 Teach Art, Music & Movement 3 = ECE-232 Creative Activities for Children 3 CHD-205 Guide Behavior of Child 3 = ECE-370 Analyzing Behavior of Children 3 CHD-210 Intro to Except Child 3 = ECS-300 Intro to Elem Special Education 3 CHD-215 Mod Early Childhood Education 3 = EDU-201 Foundations of Education 3 CHD 265 Participation in Early Childhood/Primary Settings 3 = EED-274 Study of Young Children 3 CHM 100 Intro to Chemistry 3 = CHM-100 Man/Environment 3 CHM 100 Man/Environment 3 = CHM-200 Chemistry for Life 3 CHM 100L Man/Environment Lab 1 = CHM-200L Chemistry Life Lab 1 CHM 110 Chemistry for nurses 3 = CHM-110 Basic Chemistry 3 CHM 111 College Chemistry I 4 = CHM 119/ CHM 119L General Chemistry I/Lab 3/1 CHM 111 College Chemistry I 4 = CHM 221 CHM221L General Chemistry I/Lab 3/1 CHM 111 College Chemistry I 4 = CHM-223A General Chemistry I 4 CHM 112 College Chemistry II 4 = CHM-120 CHM120L Gen Chemistry II/Lab 3/1 CHM 112 College Chemistry II 4 = CHM-222 CHM 222L General Chemistry II/Lab 3/1 CHM 112 College Chemistry II 4 = CHM-224A General Chemistry II 4 CHM 121 Health Science Chemistry I 4 = CHM-215 CHM215L Chemistry I/Lab 3/1 CHM 122 Health Science Chemistry II 4 = CHM-216/ CHM 216L Chemistry II/Lab 3/1 CHM 126 Chemistry for Engineering 3 = CHM-210 Chemistry for Engineering Majors 3 CHM 241 Organic Chemistry I 3 = CHM-312 Organic Chemistry I 3 CHM 241 Organic Chemistry I 3 = CHM-321 Organic Chemistry I 3 CHM 242 Organic chemistry II 3 = CHM-322 Organic Chemistry II 3 CHM 243 Organic Chemistry I lab 1 = CHM-312L Organic Chemistry Lab 1 CHM 243 (1)/CHM 244 (1) Organic Chemistry I lab 2 = CHM-321L Organic Chemistry I Lab 2 CHM 241 Biochemistry 3 = CHM-313 Biochemistry 3 CHM 243 Biochemistry 1 = CHM-313L Biochemistry Lab 1 CHM 255 Chemical Instrumentation 3 = CHM-331L Analytic Chemistry I Lab 2 CIV-120 Masonry Technology 3 = BCT-170 Fund of Masonry 3 CIV-171 Surveying I 3 = BCT-262 Methods Building Construction I 3 CIV-172 Surveying II 3 = BCT-263 Fund Surveying I 3 CSC 110 Or Any One(1) of the following : CSC110, CSC,2XX, IST 114, IST1XX, IST 2XX 3 = FIA-180 Computer Literacy Arts 3 CSC 110/ CSC 200 Introduction to Computing or Introd to Computer Science 3 = CSC-169 Found of Computer Science 3 CSC 155 Computer Concepts and Applications 3 = CSC-150 Computer Literacy 3 CSC 201 Computer Science I 4 = CSC-170A Computer Programming I 3

10 CSC 202 Computer Science II 4 = CSC-260 Computer Programming II 3 CSC 205 Computer Organization 3 = CSC-268 Computer Org 3 DAN 163 Jazz Dance I 1 = PED-254 Jazz Dance 1 DAN 168 Folk Dance 1 = PED-151 Rhythm/Folk Dances 1 DAN 169 Square Dance 1 = PED-152 Rhythm/Folk Dances 1 DIT 100 Intro to Dietetics 2 = FSN-101 Intro to Dietetics & Food Science 2 DIT 121 Nutrition I 3 = FSN-110 Science Human Nutrition 3 DIT 122 Nutrition II 3 = FSN-312 Nutrition for Life Cycle 3 DIT 125 Current Concepts in Diet & Nutrition 3 = FSN-110 Science Human Nutrition 3 DIT 130 Food Management Systems 3 = FSN-320 Food Service Admin I 3 DIT 210 Nutrition Assessment 3 = FSN-356 Advanced Nutrition 3 DIT 221 Medical Nutrition Therapy 4 = FSN-426 Nutrition/Disease 3 DIT 221 Medical Nutrition Therapy 4 = FSN-426L Nutrition/Disease Lab 1 DIT 295 Topics In 1-5 = FSN-102 Professional Experiences Sem 1 DRM 241 Survey of Am. Lit. I 3 = ENG-341 Survey of Amer Lit I 3 ECO 120 Survey of Economics 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 ECO-202 Principles of Microeconomics 3 = ECN-211 Intro to Microeconomics 3 EDU 200 Introduction to Teaching as a Profession 3 = EDU-201 Foundations of Education 3 EGR-120 Introduction to Engineering 1-2* EEN-100 Introduction to Engineering 3 EGR-120 Introduction to Engineering 1-2* = OEN-100 Introduction to Engineering 3 EGR-126 Computer Programming for Engineers 3 = EEN-102 Engineering Use Computers 3 EGR-190 Coordinated Internship 1-5* = OEN-297 Introduction to Research 3 EGR-197 Cooperative Education 1-5* OEN-397 Summer Research 3 EGR-206 Engineering Economics 2~3* = EEN-401 Electronic Engineering Seminar 1 ENG-115 Technical Writing 3 = IMT-244 Industrial Spec & Tech Doc 3 ENG 210 Advanced Composition 3 = ENG-203 Adv Communication Skills 3 ENG 211 Creative Writing I 3 ENG-214 Intro to Creative Writing 3 ENG 212 Creative Writing II 3 = ENG-214 Intro to Creative Writing 3 ENG 214 No course listed 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ENG 215 Creative Writing -Fiction 3 = ENG-215 Writing Short Stories 3 ENG 216 Creative Writing -Fiction 3 ENG-215 Writing Short Stories 3 ENG 217 Creative Writing - Poetry 3 = ENG-218 Writing Poetry I 3 ENG 218 Creative Writing - Poetry 3 = ENG-218 Writing Poetry I 3 Contemporary American English Grammar 3 ENG 220 Theories of Grammar 3 = ENG-419 Survey of Drama (Restricted Elective for Theater majors 8 hours are required but is not a substitute for 300-level History of ENG 231 Drama course ) 3 = DRM-315 History of Drama 3

11 ENG 232 Survey of Drama ( Restricted Elective for Theater majors 8 hours are required but is not a substitute for 300-level History of Drama course ) 3 = DRM-315 History of Drama 3 ENG 241 Survey of American Literature I 3 ENG-341 Survey of American Literature I 3 ENG 242 Survey of American Literature II 3 = ENG 342 Survey of American Literature II 3 ENG 243 Survey of English Lit. I 3 = ENG-315 Survey English Literature I 3 ENG 243 Survey of English Lit I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ENG 244 Survey of English Lit. II 3 ENG-316 Survey English Literature II 3 ENG 244 Survey of English Lit II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ENG 251 Survey of World Lit. I 3 = ENG-207 Intro to World Lit 3 ENG 251 Survey of World Lit. I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ENG 252 Survey of World Lit. II 3 ENG-207 Intro to World Lit 3 ENG 252 Survey of World Lit. II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 = HIS 335 African-Am His to ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 = HIS-336 African-Am His Since ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 HIS-370 African History/Culture 3 ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 = POS-315 African American Politics 3 ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 = PSY-340 Psych of Afro-Amer 3 ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 = SOC-237 Racial and Ethnic Minorities 3 ENG 253 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit I 3 ENG-383 African American Literature 3 ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = HIS-370 African History/Culture 3 ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = HIS-335 African-Am His to ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = HIS-336 African-Am His Since ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 POS-315 African American Politics 3 ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = PSY-340 Psych of Afro-Amer 3 ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = SOC-237 Racial and Ethnic Minorities 3 ENG 254 Survey of Afr. Amer. Lit II 3 = ENG-383 Afro-American Literature 3 ENG 271 The Works of Shakespeare I-II 3 ENG-413 Shakespeare 3 ENG 272 The Works of Shakespeare II 3 = ENG-413 Shakespeare 3 31 Electronics I 4 = EEN-200 Intro to Electronics 3 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Fund I & II 6 = ELT-111 Circuit Analysis I 3 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Fund I & II 6 = ELT-111L Circuit Analysis I Lab 1 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Circuits 4 = ELT-113 Intermediate Electronics 3 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Circuits 4 ELT-113L Intermediate Electronics Lab 1 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Fund I & II 6 = ELT-212L Circuit Analysis II Lab 1 113/114 D.C. & A.C. Fund I & II 6 = ELT-213 Elect Devices I 3 114/115 D.C. & A.C. Circuits 4 = ELT-213L Elect Devices Lab 1 114/115 D.C. & A.C. Circuits 4 = ELT-215 Circuit Analysis 3

12 121/122 Electronic Devices I&II 6 = ELT-155 Basic Electronics 3 121/122 Electronic Devices I&II 6 = ELT-211 Electronic Instruments and Measurements 3 121/122 Electronic Devices I&II 6 = ELT-220 Digital Electronics 3 121/122 Electronic Devices I&II 6 = ELT-220L Digital Electron Lab Digital Logic Circuits 3 = CIT-204 Digital Logic Digital Logic Circuits 3 = CIT-204L Digital Logic Lab Digital Logic Circuits 3 = ELT-211L Elect Instrument/Measurement Lab 179 Digital Logic Circuits 3 = ELT-212 Circuit Analysis II 3 ETR 231 Principles of Lasers and Fiber Optics I 3-4 = OEN-340 Lasers and Photonics 3 ETR 237 Industrial Electronics I 3-4 = EEN-231 Digital Logic Design 3 ETR 237 Lab = EEN-301 Engineering Electron I 3 ETR 238 Industrial Electronics II 3-4 = EEN-301L Engineering Electron Lab I 1 ETR 238 Lab = EEN-302 Engineering Electron II Active Devices and Circuits 3 = EEN-201 Electrical Network Theory I 3 ETR 256 Devices & Circuit Design I 4 = EEN-202 Elect Network II 3 ETR 256 Lab = EEN-202L Elect Network Lab II Devices & Circuit Design II 4 = EEN-203 Electronic Principles Microprocessor Application 4 = EEN-321 Elect/Mag Field Theory Digital System I 3-4 = EEN-211 Material Science and Engineer Digital System II 3-4 = EEN-211 Material Science and Engineer Digital Communication 4 = EEN-350 Scientific Instrumentation Seminar & Project 1 = EEN-384 Engineering Prob/Statis Seminar & Project 1 = OEN-490 Senior Seminar 1 FRE 101 Beginning French I 3 = FRN-111 Elementary French I 3 FRE 102 Beginning French II 3 = FRN-112 Elementary French II 3 FRE 103 Basic Spoken French I 3 = FRN-113 French Conversation I 3 FRE 104 Basic Spoken French II 3 = FRN-114 French Conversation II 3 FRE 201 Intermediate French I 4 = FRN-211 Intermediate French I 3 FRE 202 Intermediate French II 4 = FRN-212 Intermediate French II 3 FRE 203 Intermediate French I 4 = FRN-211 Intermediate French I 3 FRE 204 Intermediate French II 4 = FRN-212 Intermediate French II 3 FRE 233 Intro French Civil & Lit 3 = FRN-220 French Civilization I 3 FRE 234 Intro French Civil & Lit 3 = FRN-220 French Civilization II 3 GEO 210 People & the Land: Intro to Cultural Geography 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 GEO 210 Intro to Cultural Geog. 3 = GEO-130 Principle Geography 3 GEO 221 Regions of the World I 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 GEO 222 Regions of the World II 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 GEO 220 World Regional Geog. 3 = GEO-141 World Geography 3 GEO 230 Political Geography 3 = GEO-336 Political Geography 3 GER 101 Beginning German I 4 = GRM-111 Elementary German I 3 GER 102 Beginning German II 4 = GRM-112 Elementary German II 3 GER 203 Intermediate German I 4 = GRM-211 Intermediate German I 3

13 GER 204 Intermediate German I 4 = GRM-211 Intermediate German I HIM 114 Medical Terminology and Disease Processes 11 3 = HRP-120 Medical Terminology HIS 111 History of World Civ. I 3 = HIS-100 History of World Societies I 3 HIS 112 History of World Civ. II 3 = HIS-101 History of World Societies II 3 HIS 121 U. S. History I 3 = HIS-102 United States History to HIS 122 U.S. History II 3 = HIS-103 U.S. History: 1865 to Present 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = HIS-335 African-American His to HIS 141 African American History I 3 = HIS-336 African-American History Since HIS 141 African American History I 3 = HIS-370 African History/Culture 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = HIS-371 African History/Culture 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = POS-315 African-American Politics 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = PSY-340 Psych of Afro-Amer 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = SOC-237 Racial and Ethnic Minorities 3 HIS 141 African American History I 3 = ENG-383 African American Literature 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = HIS-335 African-American Hist to HIS 142 African American History II 3 = HIS-336 African-American Hist Sn HIS 142 African American History II 3 = HIS-370 African History and Culture 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = HIS-371 African History and Culture 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = POS-315 African-American Politics 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = PSY-340 Psych of Afro-Amer 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = SOC-237 Racial and Ethnic Minorities 3 HIS 142 African American History II 3 = ENG-383 African American Lit 3 HIS 203 History of African Civilization I 3 = HIS-370 African History and Culture 3 HIS 204 History of African Civilization II 3 = HIS-370 African History and Culture 3 HIS 211 History of England I 3 = HIS-340 England HIS 212 History of England II 3 = HIS-341 Great Britain Since HIS 221 History of Modern Europe I 3 = HIS-345 Europe HIS 222 History of Modern Europe II 3 = HIS th Century Europe 3 HIS 241 History of Russia I 3 = HIS-411 Modern Russia 3 HIS 242 History of Russia I 3 = HIS-411 Modern Russia 3 HIS 265 History of the Old South 3 = HIS-418 Southern History 3 HIS 269 Civil War and Reconstruction 3 = HIS-333 The Civil War & Reconstruction 3 HIS 276 U.S. Hist. Since WW II 3 = HIS-439 U S: 1932-PRESENT 3 HIS 279 Age of the American Revolution 3 = HIS-331 American Revolution 3 HLT 106 First Aid & Safety 2 = PED-179 First Aid 2 HLT 110 Personal & Community Health 2 = HED-100 Personal/Community Health or 2 HLT 110 Personal & Community Health 2 = HED-100H Honors Personal/Community Hlth 2 HLT 120 Found & Prin of Sport Coaching 3 = PED-361 Coaching/Officiating 1 HLT 120 Found & Prin of Sport Coaching 3 = PED-362 Athletic Coaching/Officiating 1 HLT 206 Exercise Science 3 = EXS-170 Intro Exercise Science 3 HLT 215 Per Stress & Stress Management 3 = EXS-380 Comprehensive Stress Mgt 3 HMS 231 Gerontology I or 2 3 = EXS-363 Clin Aspects Aging 3 HMS 236 Gerontology I or 2 3 = EXS-363 Clin Aspects Aging 3

14 HUM 201 Survey of Western Civilization I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 HUM 202 Survey of Western Civilization II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 HUM 241 Interdisciplinary Principles of Humanities I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 HUM 242 Interdisciplinary Principles of Humanities II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 HRI-102 Hotel-Restaurant Organization and Management II 3 = HRM-350 Hotel/Restaur Mgmt 3 HRI-154 Principles of Hospitality Management = HRM-116 Introd Hosp Mgmt. 3 HRI-215 Food Purchasing 3 = HRM-320 Prin of Purchasing 3 HRI-235 Marketing of Hospitality Services 3 = HRM-340 Hospitality Mktg 3 HRI-265 Hotel Front Office Operations 3 = HRM-215 Hotel Front Off Mgt 3 ITE-115 Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts 3 = MIS-284 Advanced Microcomputing 3 ITP-112 Visual Basic.NET I 3 = MIS-374 Programming in Visual Basic 3 ITP-120 Java Programming I 3 = MIS-378 Business Applications in Java 3 ITP-134 Visual C++ Programming I 3 = MIS-372 Business Appl in Visual C ++ 3 MDL 105 Clinical Phlebotomy 3-4 = MDT-306 Phlebotomy 2 MDL 105 Clinical Phlebotomy 3-4 = NUR-470 Seminar Prof Dev 3 MDL 110 Urinalysis and Body Fluids 2-3 = MDT-308 Urinalysis 2 MDL 110 Urinalysis and Body Fluids 2-3 = NUR-418 Concept Models Nsg 3 MDL 110 Urinalysis and Body Fluids 2-3 = NUR-485 Contemporary Topics in Nur & HC 3 MEC-131 Mech I - Statics 3 = TMD-153 Mechanical Drawing 3 MEC-131 Mech II Strngh of Mtrl 3 = TMD-251 Advanced Cad 3 MKT-282 Principles of E-Commerce 3 = MIS-288 Principles of E-Business 3 MTH 3 Algebra I 3-5 = MTH-101 Elementary Algebra 3 MTH 4 Algebra II 4-5 = MTH-102 Essentials of Algebra 3 MTH 4 Algebra II 3-5 = MTH-105 Intermed Algebra 3 MTH 151 Math for Liberal Arts 3 = MTH-103 Contemporary Math 3 MTH 158 College Algebra 3 = MTH-151 College Algebra 3 MTH 163 Precalculus I 3 = MTH-131 Precalc Bus Major 3 MTH 166 Precalc with Trig 4-5 = MTH-153 Coll Algebra/Trig 3 MTH 173 Calc with Analytic Geometry I 4-5 = MTH-184 Calculus I 4 MTH 174 Calc with Analytic Geometry II 4-5 = MTH-251 Calculus II 4 MTH 200 Abstract Algebra 3 = MTH-331 Algebraic Structure 3 MTH 241 Statistics I 3 = MTH-250 Elem Statis Concepts 3 MTH 243 Prob & Stat I 3 = MTH-351 Probabil/Statistics I 3 MTH 244 Prob & Stat II 3 = MTH-352 Probability/Statistics II 3 MTH 250 College Geometry 3 = MTH-311 Modern Geometry I 3 MTH 270 Applied Calculus 3 = MTH-132 Calculus Business Majors 3 MTH 277 Vector Calculus 4 = MTH-252 Calculus III 4 MTH 279 Ord. Diff. Equations 3 = MTH-372 Differential Equation 3 MTH 285 Linear Algebra 3 = MTH-300 Linear Algebra 3

15 MTH 286 Discrete Math 4 = MTH-371 Discrete Mathematical Structure 4 MTH 292 Topics in Diff. Equations 3 = MTH-382 Intro Applied Math 3 MUS 111 Music Theory I 2 = MUS-141 Sight-Sing/Ear Training 2 MUS 112 Music Theory II 2 = MUS-142 Sight-sing/Ear Training 2 MUS 112 Harmony/Keyboard 2 = MUS-145 Harmony/Keyboard 2 MUS 112 Harmony/Keyboard 2 = MUS-146 Harmony/Keyboard 2 MUS 181 Music Appreciation I 3 = MUS-301 Music Appreciation 3 MUS 182 Music Appreciation II 3 = MUS-301 Music Appreciation 3 MUS 123 Organizing and Directing 2 = MUS-151 Element Conducting 2 MUS 124 Organizing and Directing 2 = MUS-151 Element Conducting 2 MUS 131 Class Voice I / Classical Piano I 1/1 = MUS-121 Voice/Piano 1 MUS 132 Class Voice I / Classical Piano I 1/1 = MUS 122 Voice/Piano 1 MUS 136 Applied Voice 2 = MUS-121A Voice 1 MUS 136 Applied Music Voice 2 = MUS-125A Voice 2 MUS 137 Chorus, Small Voice Ensemble 1 = MUS-110D Concert Choir 1 MUS 138 Chorus, Small Voice Ensemble 1 = MUS-110D Concert Choir 1 MUS 145 Applied Music -Keyboard 2 = MUS-125B Piano 2 MUS 151 Classical Woodwinds 2 = MUS-361 Woodwind Class 1 MUS 152 Classical Woodwinds 2 = MUS-361 Woodwind Class 1 MUS 155 Applied Music Woodwinds 2 = MUS-125E Woodwind 2 MUS 161 Class Strings I 1 = MUS-161 String Class 1 MUS 162 Class Strings II 1 = MUS-161 String Class 1 MUS 165 Applied Music-Strings 2 = MUS-125F Strings 2 MUS 171 Classical Brass I 2 = MUS-362 Brass wind Class 1 MUS 172 Classical Brass II 2 = MUS-362 Brass wind Class 1 MUS 175 Applied Music-Brass 2 = MUS-125D Brass wind 2 MUS 181 Classical Percussion I 2 = MUS-261 Percussion Class 1 MUS 182 Classical Percussion II 2 = MUS-261 Percussion Class 1 MUS 185 Applied Music-Percussions 2 = MUS-125G Percussion 2 MUS 211 Sight-Singing 2 = MUS-241 Sight-Sing/Ear Trng 2 MUS 211 Sight-Singing 1 = MUS-242 Sight-Sing/Ear Trng 1 MUS 212 Harmony/Keyboard 2 = MUS-245 Harmony/Keyboard 2 MUS 212 Harmony/Keyboard 2 = MUS-246 Harmony/Keyboard 2 MUS 221 History of Music I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 MUS 222 History of Music II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 MUS 245 Keyboard 2 = MUS-225B Piano 2 MUS 275 Brass wind 2 = MUS-225D Brass wind 2 MUS 255 Woodwinds 2 = MUS-225E Woodwind 2 MUS 265 Strings 2 = MUS-225F Strings 2 MUS 285 Percussion 2 = MUS-225G Percussion 2 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-144 CNA-ADN Bridge 3

16 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-150 Fund Nurs Concepts 7 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-150L Fund Concepts Lab licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-153 Fund Pharm Skills 3 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-160 Clinical Nursing I 7 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-160L Clin Nursing I Lab licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-170 Chronic Disorders 3 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-199 LPN-RN Bridge 3 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-272 Contemporary Issues 1 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-275 Clinic Nursing II 9 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-275L Clin Nursing II Lab licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-285 Clinical Nurse III 9 licensed as a registered nurse = NUR-285L Clin Nurse III Lab = NUR-287 Nursing Seminar 2

17 licensed as a registered nurse PED 101 Fund of Phys Activity 1 = PED-100 Fund Fitness Life 1 PED 102 Fund of Phys Activity 1 = PED-100 Fund Fitness Life 1 PED 101 Fund of Phys Activity 1 = PED-158 Fund Phys Educ 1 PED 102 Fund of Phys Activity 1 = PED-159 Fund Phys Educ 1 PED 103 Aerobic Fitness 1 = PED-107 Aerobics 1 PED 111 Weight Training I & II 2 = PED-200 Beg Fit Wgt Trng 2 PED 112 Weight Training I & II 2 = PED-200 Beg Fit Wgt Trng 2 PED 113 Lifetime Act I 1 = PED-271 Individual Sports 1 PED 114 Lifetime Act II 1 = PED-272 Individual Sports 1 PED 140 Water Aerobics 1 = PED-108 Water Aerobics 1 PED 141 Swimming I 1 = PED-133 Beginning Swimming 1 PED 142 Swimming II 1 = PED-134 Advan Begin Swim 1 PED 163 Jazz Dance I 1 = PED-254 Jazz Dance 1 PED 210 Intro to PE & Hlth 3 = PED-280 Intr Physical Educ 3 PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy I 3 = LOG-210 Log:Critical Think 3 PHI 102 Intro to Philosophy II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 PHI 115 Practical Reasoning 3 = LOG-210 Log:Critical Think 3 PHI 211 The History of Western Philosophy I 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 PHI 212 The History of Western Philosophy II 3 = HUM 210 Humanities 3 PHY 201 General College Physics I 4 = PHY- 152/PHY- 152L General Physics/ General Phys Lab 3/1 PHY 202 General College Physics II 4 = PHY-153/ PHY-153L General Physics/Gen Physics Lab 3/1 PHY 231 PHY-160 General University Physics I-II 5 = PHY-160L Uni Physics I/ Uni Physics Lab I 4/1 PHY 232 General University Physics I-II 5 = PHY-161/ PHY-161L Uni Physics II/Uni Physics Lab II 4/1 PHY 241 University Physics I 4 = PHY-160 PHY160L Uni Physics I/ Uni Physics Lab I 4/1 PHY 242 University Physics II 4 = PHY-161H Honors Uni Physics II 4 PHY243 Modern Physics 4 = PHY-350 Modern Physics 3 PLS-130 Basics of American Politics 3 = SOC-101 Intro to Social Science 3 PLS 130 Basics of American Politics 3 = POS-100 Amer Nat'l Government 3 PLS 136 State and Local Politics 3 = POS-231 Am State/Local Government 3 PLS-211 U.S. Government I 3 = SOC-101 Intro to Social Science 3 PLS 211 U.S. Government I 3 = POS-100 Amer Nat'l Government 3 PLS-212 U.S. Government II 3 = SOC-101 Intro to Social Science 3 PLS 212 U.S. Government II 3 = POS-100 Amer Nat'l Government 3 PLS-241 International Relations I 3 = SOC-101 Intro to Social Science 3 PLS 241 International Relations I 3 = POS-360 Int'nat'l Politics 3 PLS-242 International Relations II 3 = SOC-101 Intro to Social Science 3

18 PLS 242 International Relations II 3 = POS-360 Int'nat'l Politics 3 PSY 201 Intro to Psychology I 3 = PSY-210 Introd Psychology 3 PSY 201 Intro to Psychology I = PSY-210H Honors Introd Psychology 3 PSY 202 Intro to Psychology II 3 = PSY-211 Bas Prin of Psych 3 PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology 3 = PSY-280 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 216 Social Psychology 3 = PSY-250 Social Psychology 3 PSY 231 Life Span Human Development I 3 = PSY-215 Hum Growth/Development I 3 PSY 231 Life Span Human Development I 3 = PSY-215H Human Growth & Development PSY 231 Life Span Human Development I 3 = PSY-228 Development Psychology 3 PSY 232 Life Span Human Development II 3 = PSY-215 Hum Growth/Development I 3 PSY 232 Life Span Human Development II 3 = PSY-215H Human Growth & Development 3 PSY 232 Life Span Human Development II 3 = PSY-228 Development Psychology 3 PSY 235 Child Psychology & Observation 3 = EED-274 Study of Young Children 3 PSY 235 Child Psychology 3 = PSY-220 Child Psychology 3 PSY 235 Child Psychology 3 = PSY-220H Child Psychology 3 PSY 236 Adolescent Psychology 3 = PSY-225 Adolescent Psych 3 PTH 226 Therapeutic Exercise 4 = EXS-266 Therapeutic Exercise/Sport 2 REL 210 Survey of the New Testament 3 = REL-111 Introduction to Bible 3 REL 200 Survey of the Old Testament 3 = REL-320 History and Theology of Judaism 3 REL 230 Religions of the World 3 = REL-200 Major World Religions 3 SAF-135 Safety Program Org & Ad 3 = IMT-205 Industrial Safety/Mgmt 3 SOC 201 Intro to Sociology I 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 SOC 201 Intro to Sociology I 3 = SOC-110 Introd Sociology 3 SOC 201 Intro to Sociology I 3 = SOC-110 Introd Sociology 3 SOC 202 Intro to Sociology II 3 = SOC-110 Introd Sociology 3 SOC 202 Intro to Sociology II 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 SOC 202 Intro to Sociology II 3 = SOC-110 Introd Sociology 3 SOC 210 Survey of Physical & Cult, Principles 3 = SOC-242 Intro Anthropology 3 SOC 211 Anthropology I 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 SOC 211 Anthropology I 3 = SOC-242 Intro Anthropology 3 SOC 212 Anthropology II 3 = SOC-101 Introd Social Science 3 SOC 212 Anthropology II 3 = SOC-242 Intro Anthropology 3 SOC 215 Sociology of the Family 3 = SOC-338 The Family 3 SOC 235 Juvenile Delinquency 3 = CJS-220 Juvenile Delinquency 3 SOC 236 Criminology 3 = CJS-310 Criminology 3 SOC 245 Sociology of Aging 3 = SOC-220 Social Gerontology 3 SOC 245 Sociology of Aging 3 = SOC-220 Social Gerontology 3 SOC 268 Social Problems 3 = SOC-137 Social Problems 3 SOC 268 Social Problems 3 = SOC-137 Social Problems 3 SPA 101 Intro to Spanish 3 = SPN-111 Elementary Spanish I 3 SPA 102 Intro to Spanish 3 = SPN-112 Elementary Spanish II 3 SPA 103 Basic Spoken Spanish I 3 = SPN-113 Basic Conversation I 3

19 SPA 104 Basic Spoken Spanish II 3 = SPN-114 Basic Conversation II 3 SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I 4 = SPN-211 Intermediate Spanish I 3 SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II 4 = SPN-212 Intermediate Spanish II 3 SPA 203 Intermediate Spanish I 4 = SPN-211 Intermediate Spanish I 3 SPA 204 Intermediate Spanish II 4 = SPN-212 Intermediate Spanish II 3 CST 100 Principles of Public Speaking 3 = SCM-285 Principles of Speech 3 SPD 130 Intro to the Theater 3 = DRM-113 Theatre Movement 3 SPD 130 Intro to the Theater 3 = DRM-114 Introduction to Theatre 3 SPD 131 Acting I 3 = DRM-123 Theory/Technique Acting 3 SPD132 Acting II 3 = DRM-123 Theory/Technique Acting 3 SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish Conversation I 4 = SPN-215 Intermediate Conversation SPA 212 Intermediate Spanish II 4 = SPN-215 Intermediate Conversation SPA 233 Intro Span Civil & Lit I 4 = SPN-321 Gen Survey Span Literature I 3 SPA 234 Intro Span Civil & Lit II 4 = SPN-322 Survey Spanish Literature II 3 * It must be the same credit hours in order to transfer

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