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1 University nd College Of Transfer Guide Disclaimer: It is the student s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates. This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at

2 Introduction Two important points about these guides: 1. This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at Information in this guide is subject to change. Please notice the effective dates and check the web site to see if there have been changes made since the guide was printed. This Transfer Guide shows community college students how to choose classes at the community college so that when they transfer to, the classes will count toward their graduation requirements. Each guide shows the Liberal Studies requirements (called General Education requirements at other colleges) for the majors in a college or school at, and then lists what courses at the community college have been approved to fulfill those requirements. The guides also show introductory or core course requirements in majors that can be taken at the community college. It is not required that student take core or introductory courses before transferring, they are listed to help in providing appropriate options when needed. For Undeclared Majors: For students who still have not chosen their major, please notice that often the major at makes a difference in what is required in the Liberal Studies Program. Our best recommendation for undeclared students is that they follow the requirements of the II General Education Core Curriculum (II/GECC), a curriculum offered at all Illinois Community Colleges and one that accepts in a standard way, no matter what major you choose at. The II/GECC acceptance policy is included in this guide along with the Transfer Policies from the catalog. The Schools of Music and Theater at The Theatre School and School of Music at welcome transfer applications, but few transfer students are admitted to either school. ll music applicants and acting students must pass a stringent audition process, in which they need to demonstrate a high level of artistic proficiency and skill. ecause much of the course work is sequential, applicants would begin in the fall of each academic year; mid-year applicants are not accepted. ll courses in the major must be completed at, and most courses are offered throughout a four-year span; therefore, many transfer students will be at for an extended period of time. For more information, please contact the admissions offices of The Theatre School at (773) and the School of Music at (31) The School for New Learning at The School for New Learning, or SNL, provides a unique approach to learning for adults. This competence-based curriculum asks students to show proof of competence in 50 cognitive areas. Those competence areas have been equated with community college courses to show how they transfer and that can be found on the web site at SNL does accept the II/GECC as a package that meets many of those competence requirements. Read the II/GECC policy and the SNL web site to learn exactly how this would work. For more information, please contact the admissions offices of The School for New Learning at (31) Glossary/Notes: 1. Course and class are used interchangeably throughout the guide so are credit and hours. t, a course (class) can be offered at various levels of credit (hours) but is most typically 4 quarter credits. See Transfer Policies to learn how to convert semester credits to quarter credits.

3 . When you see a course like this: SPE 101 it means that the course does transfer but it cannot count in the category in the major or cluster of majors where the course is listed. 3. Liberal Studies Requirements = General Education Requirements. 1) divides its liberal studies (general education) into the First Year Requirements and the Learning Domains. ) First year requirements are listed first in the guide, and typically have one course from the community college that matches the course required at. 3) The Learning Domains = categories of the Liberal Studies program. Usually, there are many choices at the community college to choose from to fulfill these categories. Some advice:. Notice how many courses are required in a Learning Domain (category)? This is different depending on the major at.. lso pay attention as to whether there are special requirements in a Learning Domain because of your major? Example, many majors require a special ethics course in the Religious Dimensions Learning Domain, like The Computer and Social Responsibility. Some majors insist on a lab science, whereas others will accept either a quantitative course or a lab science course. The Learning Domains are: a) &L rts and Literature b) PI Philosophical Inquiry c) RD Religious Dimensions; Ethical Questions and Religious subcategories d) SI Scientific Inquiry; Quantitative, Lab, and Elective subcategories e) SSMW Self, Society and the Modern World f) UP Understanding the Past; several geographical subcategories 4. Major Clusters: a collection of majors in a college at that have the same distribution of courses required in the Learning Domains. 5. Please note the following graduation requirement, which affects transfer of coursework in the senior year: The () student must have completed the residency requirement, i.e., he or she must have completed the following work at University: the final 60 quarter hours of credit; one-half of the credit earned in the major area of concentration; one-half of the credit earned in the minor if applicable; all courses in the senior year. (Source: the 008 Student Handbook.) 6. There are limits to the amount of transfer coursework that can be applied to your degree. You may transfer a maximum of 66 semester hours/99 quarter hours from two-year institutions and a maximum of 88 semester hours/13 quarter hours from four-year institutions.

4 University Transfer Policies The following statements describe s transfer credit policies: 1. will accept for transfer credit baccalaureate-level courses completed at baccalaureate granting, US institutions fully accredited by one of the regional accrediting bodies of the ssociation of Schools and Colleges. will also accept transfer credit from tertiary level international institutions that are formally recognized by their country s ministry of education or its equivalent.. will accept for transfer credit college-level courses that are earned in ssociate of rts and ssociate of Science degree programs at -year institutions fully accredited by one of the regional accrediting bodies of the ssociation of Schools and Colleges. 3. Course credit earned at -year accredited institutions in other degree programs, such as the ssociate of pplied Sciences or ssociate of Fine rts degrees, will be reviewed for transfer credit on a course-bycourse basis. When necessary, students will be expected to provide bulletin descriptions and course syllabi to facilitate the review process. 4. In general, courses presented for transfer from -year, regionally accredited institutions that are earned in a certificate or professional training capacity are not eligible for transfer credit. Examples of these programs include, but are not limited to: air conditioning, automotive technology, culinary arts, travel management, paralegal studies, fashion design, child care, electronics, and medical office assistant. 5. Developmental courses (for example, pre-college level courses in math or writing), whether from -year institutions or baccalaureate granting institutions, are not accepted for transfer credit. 6. Only courses with a grade of C- or higher will apply to the student s major. 7. Students transferring the equivalent of WRD 103 and/or WRD 104 must have received grades of C- or better in these courses in order to fulfill the Liberal Studies requirement. 8. If a student has attempted a course more than once, only the most recent grade will be used for credit review. ll other attempts will be considered repeats and will transfer no credit. Transfer courses will be identified as repeats if they meet the following criteria: 1. The same course (as identified by course title and number) is taken more than once at the same institution;. Two or more courses taken at different institutions are evaluated as meeting the same objectives. 9. Credit by examination is acceptable, in some areas. See the Credit y Examination policy for details. 10. ll credit taken at foreign institutions will be subject to review by the Office of International dmission for admission purposes to determine what courses are transferable to University. Students may be required to submit detailed course descriptions and syllabi (translated into English) to determine if credit taken at a foreign institution is transferable to University. Failure to indicate attendance at a foreign institution prior to enrolling at University may result in denial of admission, dismissal from the University or ineligibility for graduation or the conferral of a degree. 11. ny credit earned as part of one s military service through a regionally accredited institution will be reviewed on a course by course basis. 1. Transferrable courses taken more than ten years prior to admission will earn open-elective credit. However, due to rapid changes in some areas of study, such courses may not be applicable to the major or minor, subject to a review of course content by a faculty academic advisor or by a staff academic advisor in consult with faculty when deemed appropriate. ll transfer credit taken at another institution while concurrently enrolled as a student are subject to approval by the student s college/school before transfer credit will be accepted. (See Supplemental Transfer Credit Form.) Students may appeal to a Transfer Credit Review oard for one additional review of particular courses not accepted for transfer credit. Students who make such a request must be prepared to supply official course descriptions and course syllabi. The review of all transfer credit is subject to limitations in accordance with the educational policies of University. Transfer Credit Conversion: University s academic calendar is based on the quarter system. College credit is accumulated on the basis of quarter hours. To convert credit hours from the semester system to the quarter system, multiply 1.5 (example: 3 semester hours x 1.5 = 4.5 quarter hours). The minimum number of hours required for graduation with a bachelor s degree is 19 quarter hours.

5 and the Illinois rticulation Initiative/ General Education Core Curriculum University participates in a state-wide agreement with over 100 colleges in Illinois that is aimed at making transfer predictable and smooth. The agreement is called the Illinois rticulation Initiative, or the II. participates in the General Education Core Curriculum of the Illinois rticulation Initiative only ( does not participate in Phase Two, the Major Phase). Completion of the II General Education Core Curriculum, also called the II/GECC, at any participating college or university in Illinois ensures transferring students that most of the lower-division general education requirements at have been satisfied. For students transferring into 's School for New Learning, see below. Students who have completed the II General Education Core Curriculum will still have to meet the following mission-specific requirements at : the Experiential Learning and Senior Year Capstone courses, two Philosophical Inquiry and two Religious Dimension courses that fulfill the Liberal Studies Program requirements. If students have completed all or a portion of the philosophy and religion requirements, students should talk with their academic advisor at about what liberal studies program courses to take instead. Students not successfully completing the II/GECC will have their transfer courses reviewed on a course-by-course basis. This agreement is in effect for students entering an associate or baccalaureate degree-granting institution as first time freshmen in the summer of 1998 and thereafter. The School for New Learning (SNL) is a unique college at with degree programs designed for adult learners. eginning in Fall , policies were developed that help adult transfer students from Illinois community colleges who have completed the II/GECC package make a smooth transition into any of the SNL degree programs. The SNL curriculum can be individualized or students can pursue joint degrees that include courses from SNL and other colleges at. Learn about the SNL competence-based approach to learning that is particularly suited to adult learners seeking to complete their bachelor's degrees." Follow this link: SNL EVENTS to attend an SNL Undergraduate Information Session that will help you see how transferring into SNL with the II/GECC package can work for you, or contact the SNL dmissions office at (31) ny other college-level courses that the adult transfer student has completed above and beyond the II GECC will be considered for transfer under normal SNL transfer course policies.

6 College of Commerce In the College of Commerce there are 9 majors to choose from: ccountancy, Economics, usiness dministration, E usiness, Real Estate, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and Finance. The Liberal Studies Requirements for the Commerce majors listed below are shown in Column. College of equivalents to either the courses or the Learning Domain categories are listed in Column. Liberal Studies (General Education) : First Year Program: WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 190 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 110 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 1903 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II Must earn a grade of C or better. Sophomore Year: LSP 00 Multiculturalism in the US Learning Domains (Categories): rts and Literature: 3 Courses Required. Not more than courses from the same department/ program. Philosophical Inquiry: Courses Required. * See Note elow. Scientific Inquiry: 3 Courses Required. 1 Lab, 1 Quantitative, and 1 Elective course. Not more than courses from the same department/program. No course available. RT 1100, RT 1101, RT 1105, RT 1151, RT 115, RT 11, RT 1, RT 13, RT 14, RT 1, RT 31, RT 75, ENGLI 1130, ENGLI 1150, ENGLI 1151, ENGLI 1154, ENGLI 1156, ENGLI 1158, ENGLI 1159, ENGLI 1160, ENGLI 1165, ENGLI 0, ENGLI 1, ENGLI 3, ENGLI 4, ENGLI 6, ENGLI 7, ENGLI 8, FILM 1135, FILM 1154, GRPH 66, HUMNT 1101, HUMNT 110, HUMNT 1105, MPTV 1011, MPTV 11, MPTV 1311, MPTV 1311, MPTV 130, MPTV 340, MUSIC 1100, MUSIC 1101, MUSIC 110, MUSIC 1104, MUSIC 1105, MUSIC 1115, MUSIC 01, MUSIC 0, SPEEC 1110, THE 1100 PHILO 1100, PHILO 1110, PHILO 1114, PHILO 115, PHILO 1130, PHILO 1160, PHILO 1170, PHILO 1175,PHILO 00, PHILO 50 Quantitative: CIS 460, ERTH 1130, GEOGR 1151, GEOGR 115,MTH 31, MTH 3, PSYCH 1180 Quantitative/Lab:IOLO 1110, IOLO 1151, OTN 1310, CHEMI 111, CHEMI 1551, CHEMI 155, PHYSI 101, PHYSI 10, PHYSI 111, PHYSI 11, PHYSI 115, NT 1500 Lab: NT 1551, NT 1571, IOLO 1100, IOLO 115, CHEMI 1105, CHEMI 11, ERTH 1101, ERTH 1110, ERTH 1115, ERTH 11, ERTH 114, ERTH 116, ERTH 1140, PHYSI 1100 Elective: IOLO 110, IOLO 1140, CIS 1150, CIS 130, CIS 190, CIS 1510, CIS 485, CIS 1

7 College of Commerce 51, CIS 541, CIS 54, CIS 571, CIS 57, CIS 710, CIT 11 NTHR 1100, NTHR 1130, ECONO 01, ECONO 0, Self, Society and the Modern World: 1 Course Required. GEOGR 1100, GEOGR 1105, GEOGR 110, GEOGR 1130, GEOGR 1140, POL S 1100, POL S 1101, POL S 1160, POL S No ECO courses permitted. 03, POL S 0, POL S 1, PSYCH 1100, PSYCH 1140, PSYCH 1150, PSYCH 37, SOCI 1100, SOCIO 1100, SOCIO 110, SOCIO 10, SOCIO 0, SOCIO 51 Religious Dimensions: Religious : RELIG 110, RELIG 1110, RELIG Religious and Ethical Questions, 1 Religious Ethical Questions: PHILO 111, PHILO 1145, PHILO 1150, * See Note elow. RELIG 1100, RELIG 1150 North merica: HISTO 1130, HISTO 1140, HISTO 60, Understanding the Past: Courses Required HISTO 65, HISTO 70 Latin merica: HISTO 40 Each from a different geographical category. Intercontinental: NTHR 110, HISTO 15, HISTO 35 Europe: HISTO 1110, HISTO 110, HISTO 5, HISTO 45 sia: HISTO 0, HISTO 30 frica: HISTO 10 * Note: 1 Ethics Course Required in either PI (PHL/MGT 48) or RD (REL/MGT 8). Students are encouraged to satisfy their 3 Commerce Global Perspectives requirements using LSP domain courses. The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at in column and the equivalent in column. Communication Core CMNS 1 SMLL GROUP COMMUNICTION SPEEC 110 SMLL GROUP COMMUNICTION CMNS 0 PULIC SPEKING SPEEC 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Comm Must Complete one of these courses in Comm. Professional Writing for usiness Core WRD 04 Technical Writing ENGLI 1110 TECHNICL WRITING WRD 06 Introduction to Professional Writing ENGLI 1105 INTRO TO TECHNICL WRITING Must Complete one of these courses for usiness. Commerce Core CC 101 INTRO TO CCOUNTING I CCOU 1140 Financial ccounting CC 10 INTRO TO CCOUNTING II CCOU 1150 Managerial ccounting LW 01 LEGL/ETHCL ENVIRON USNS USLW 05 Legal Environment of usiness LW 01 LEGL/ETHCL ENVIRON USNS USLW 11 usiness Law I MS 15 USINESS CLCULUS I MTH 134 Calc for usiness & Social Sci MS 15 USINESS CLCULUS I MTH 134 Calc for usiness & Social Sci ECO 105 PRINCIPLES MICROECONOMICS ECONO 0 MICROECON & THE GLOL ECONOMY ECO 106 PRINCIPLES MCROECONOMICS ECONO 01 MCROECON & THE GLOL ECONOMY Commerce students are strongly encouraged to complete calculus prior to transfer or to be prepared to take calculus in their first quarter. Successful performance on 's math placement exam is required to take MS

8 College of Commerce 15. * This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at * Disclaimer: It is the student s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates. 3

9 College of Communication In the College of Communication there are 5 majors to choose from: Communication Studies, Journalism, Media & Cinema Studies, Public Relations and dvertising, and Communication & Media. The Liberal Studies Requirements for the Communication majors listed below are shown in Column. equivalents to either the courses or the learning domain categories are listed in Column. Liberal Studies (General Education) : First Year Core: WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 190 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 110 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 1903 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II Mathematical and Technological Literacy: LSP 10 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I LSP 11 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II MTH 10 QUNTITTIVE LITERCY No course available. Sophomore Year: LSP 00 Multiculturalism in the United States No course available. Learning Domains (Categories): rts and Literature: Courses Required. RT 1100, RT 1101, RT 1105, RT 1151, RT 115, Not more than courses from the same department/ RT 11, RT 1, RT 13, RT 14, RT 1, program. RT 31, RT 75, ENGLI 1130, ENGLI 1150, ENGLI 1151, ENGLI 1154, ENGLI 1156, ENGLI 1158, ENGLI 1159, ENGLI 1160, ENGLI 1165, ENGLI 0, ENGLI 1, ENGLI 3, ENGLI 4, ENGLI 6, ENGLI 7, ENGLI 8, FILM 1135, FILM 1154, GRPH 66, HUMNT 1101, HUMNT 110, HUMNT 1105, MPTV 1011, MPTV 11, MPTV 1311, MPTV 1311, MPTV 130, MPTV 340, MUSIC 1100, MUSIC 1101, MUSIC 110, MUSIC 1104, MUSIC 1105, MUSIC 1115, MUSIC 01, MUSIC 0, SPEEC 1110, THE 1100 Philosophical Inquiry: Courses Required. PHILO 1100, PHILO 1110, PHILO 1114, PHILO 115, PHILO 1130, PHILO 1160, PHILO 1170, PHILO 1175,PHILO 00, PHILO 50 Scientific Inquiry: Quantitative: CIS 460, ERTH 1130, GEOGR 1151, 1 Lab, 1 Quantitative, and 1 Elective course. GEOGR 115,MTH 31, MTH 3, PSYCH 1180 Not more than courses from the same Quantitative/Lab:IOLO 1110, IOLO 1151, OTN department/program. 1310, CHEMI 111, CHEMI 1551, CHEMI 155, PHYSI 101, PHYSI 10, PHYSI 111, PHYSI 11, PHYSI 115, NT 1500 Lab: NT 1551, NT 1571, IOLO 1100, 1

10 College of Communication IOLO 115, CHEMI 1105, CHEMI 11, ERTH 1101, ERTH 1110, ERTH 1115, ERTH 11, ERTH 114, ERTH 116, ERTH 1140, PHYSI 1100 Elective: IOLO 110, IOLO 1140, CIS 1150, CIS 130, CIS 190, CIS 1510, CIS 485, CIS 51, CIS 541, CIS 54, CIS 571, CIS 57, CIS 710, CIT 11 Self, Society and the Modern World: Courses Required. Religious Dimensions: Courses Required. 1 Religious and Ethical Questions course. 1 Religious course. NTHR 1100, NTHR 1130, ECONO 01, ECONO 0, GEOGR 1100, GEOGR 1105, GEOGR 110, GEOGR 1130, GEOGR 1140, POL S 1100, POL S 1101, POL S 1160, POL S 03, POL S 0, POL S 1, PSYCH 1100, PSYCH 1140, PSYCH 1150, PSYCH 37, SOCI 1100, SOCIO 1100, SOCIO 110, SOCIO 10, SOCIO 0, SOCIO Religious : RELIG 110, RELIG 1110, RELIG 1155 Ethical Questions: PHILO 111, PHILO 1145, PHILO 1150, RELIG 1100, RELIG 1150 Understanding the Past: Courses Required. North merica: HISTO 1130, HISTO 1140, HISTO 60, Each from a different geographical category. HISTO 65, HISTO 70 Latin merica: HISTO 40 Intercontinental: NTHR 110, HISTO 15, HISTO 35 Europe: HISTO 1110, HISTO 110, HISTO 5, HISTO 45 sia: HISTO 0, HISTO 30 frica: HISTO 10 The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at in column and the equivalent in column. Communication Studies CMNS 0 PULIC SPEKING SPEEC 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Comm CMNS 30 PERFORMNCE OF LITERTURE SPEEC 1110 Oral Interpretation Journalism JOUR 45 NEWS EDITING JOURN 1130 asic News Editing JOUR 75 INTRODUCTION TO JOURNLISM SPEEC 1140 Public Relations * This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at * Disclaimer: It is the student s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates.

11 College of Computing and Digital Media In the College of Commerce there are 19 majors to choose from: in nimation, S in nimation, S in Computer Games Development, S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology, S in E Commerce Technology, S in Information ssurance and Security Engineering, S in Information Systems, in Information Technology, S in Math and Computer Science, S in Network Technology, S in Computer Science, in Digital Cinema, S in Digital Cinema, S in Information Technology, and S in Interactive Media. The Liberal Studies Requirements for the College of Computing and Digital Media majors listed below are shown in Column. College of equivalents to either the courses or the Learning Domain categories are listed in Column. Liberal Studies (General Education) : First Year Program: WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLI 190 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLI 110 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II ENGLI 1903 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II Mathematical and Technological Literacy: LSP 10 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I LSP 11 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II Required for: /S in nimation imation, S in Computer Graphics and Motionon Technology (Technical Designer Concentration), and /S in Digital Cinema. MTH 10 QUNTITTIVE LITERCY No course available. Sophomore Year: LSP 00 Multiculturalism in the US Learning Domains (Categories): rts and Literature: 3 Courses Required. Not more than courses from the same department/ program. and S in nimation: Two of the courses must be RT 106 and either DC 33 or RT 00. S in nimation: GM 4 is recommended. S in Computer Games Development (Production and Design Concentration): One of the courses must be DC 01. S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration): courses must be RT 10 and 106. in Digital Cinema (Standard Concentration): 1 course must be GM 4. in Digital Cinema (nimation Concentration): courses must be RT 106 and 39, GM4 is suggested. S in Digital Cinema:1 course must be GM 4. S in Interactive Media: 1 course must be DC 05. No course available. RT 1100, RT 1101, RT 1105, RT 1151, RT 115, RT 11, RT 1, RT 13, RT 14, RT 1, RT 31, RT 75, ENGLI 1130, ENGLI 1150, ENGLI 1151, ENGLI 1154, ENGLI 1156, ENGLI 1158, ENGLI 1159, ENGLI 1160, ENGLI 1165, ENGLI 0, ENGLI 1, ENGLI 3, ENGLI 4, ENGLI 6, ENGLI 7, ENGLI 8, FILM 1135, FILM 1154, GRPH 66, HUMNT 1101, HUMNT 110, HUMNT 1105, MPTV 1011, MPTV 11, MPTV 1311, MPTV 1311, MPTV 130, MPTV 340, MUSIC 1100, MUSIC 1101, MUSIC 110, MUSIC 1104, MUSIC 1105, MUSIC 1115, MUSIC 01, MUSIC 0, SPEEC 1110, THE 1100 Philosophical Inquiry: Courses Required. S in Computer Games Development (Game Programming Concentration) & S in Interactive Media: One course must be IT 8. S in Computer Games Development (Production and Design Concentration) & S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration): One b GM 8 ( IT 8) S i C Si i Di i l Ci PHILO 1100, PHILO 1110, PHILO 1114, PHILO 115, PHILO 1130, PHILO 1160, PHILO 1170, PHILO 1175,PHILO 00, PHILO 50 1

12 College of Computing and Digital Media must be GM 8 (or IT 8). S in Computer Science, in Digital Cinema (Standard Concentration), & in Digital Cinema (nimation Concentration): One course must be CSC 08. Scientific Inquiry: 1 Course Required. 1 SI Lab or SI Quantitative Lab required Self, Society and the Modern World: 3 Courses Required. Not more than courses from the same department/ program. S in Information Technology: 1 course must be ECO 105. S in Interactive Media: 1 course must be PSY 105. Quantitative: CIS 460, ERTH 1130, GEOGR 1151, GEOGR 115,MTH 31, MTH 3, PSYCH 1180 Quantitative/Lab:IOLO 1110, IOLO 1151, OTN 1310, CHEMI 111, CHEMI 1551, CHEMI 155, PHYSI 101, PHYSI 10, PHYSI 111, PHYSI 11, PHYSI 115, NT 1500 Lab: NT 1551, NT 1571, IOLO 1100, IOLO 115, CHEMI 1105, CHEMI 11, ERTH 1101, ERTH 1110, ERTH 1115, ERTH 11, ERTH 114, ERTH 116, ERTH 1140, PHYSI 1100 Elective: IOLO 110, IOLO 1140, CIS 1150, CIS 130, CIS 190, CIS 1510, CIS 485, CIS 51, CIS 541, CIS 54, CIS 571, CIS 57, CIS 710, CIT NTHR 1100, NTHR 1130, ECONO 01, ECONO 0, GEOGR 1100, GEOGR 1105, GEOGR 110, GEOGR 1130, GEOGR 1140, POL S 1100, POL S 1101, POL S 1160, POL S 03, POL S 0, POL S 1, PSYCH 1100, PSYCH 1140, PSYCH 1150, PSYCH 37, SOCI 1100, SOCIO 1100, SOCIO 110, SOCIO 10, SOCIO 0, SOCIO 51 Religious Dimensions: courses Required. Religious : RELIG 110, RELIG 1110, RELIG Religious and Ethical Questions, 1 Religious Ethical Questions: PHILO 111, PHILO 1145, PHILO 1150, RELIG 1100, RELIG 1150 Understanding the Past: Courses Required North merica: HISTO 1130, HISTO 1140, HISTO 60, Each from a different geographical category. HISTO 65, HISTO 70 Latin merica: HISTO 40 Intercontinental: NTHR 110, HISTO 15, HISTO 35 Europe: HISTO 1110, HISTO 110, HISTO 5, HISTO 45 sia: HISTO 0, HISTO 30 frica: HISTO 10 *S in Computer Games Development (Game Programming Concentration): For &L Two of the courses must be DC 01 and NI 101. ** /S in nimation, /S in Digital Cinema: 1 PI or RD course must be an ethics course. IT 8 strongly recommended, PHL/REL/MGT 8 recommended. ***S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Developer Concentration), S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration), S in E Commerce Technology, S in Information ssurance and Security Engineering, S in Information Systems, in Information Technology, S in Math and Computer Science, S in Network Technology,S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration), S in Information Technology: 1 PI or RD course must be an ethics course. CSC 08 strongly recommended, PHL/REL/MGT 8 recommended. The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at in column and the equivalent in column.

13 College of Computing and Digital Media /S in nimation RT 18 FIGURE DRWING RT 01 Life Drawing S in Computer Science MT 140 DISCRETE MTHEMTICS I MTH 115 Discrete Mathematics MT 150 CLCULUS I MTH 31 Calculus & nalytic Geometry I IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 130 MICROCOMPUTER DTSE PPLC IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 710 DTSE MNGEMENT CMN 0 PULIC SPEKING SPEEC 1100 Fundamentals of Speech Comm S in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology MT 150 CLCULUS I MTH 115 Discrete Mathematics CSC 61 PROGRMMING LNGUGES I: C/C++ CIS 485 C++ FOR SCIENCE & ENGINEERING CSC 61 PROGRMMING LNGUGES I: C/C++ CIS 541 C++ Language Programming CSC 6 PROGRMMING LNGUGES II:C/C++ CIS 54 DV C++ W/ DT STRUCTURE PPL S in Game Development MT 150 CLCULUS I MTH 115 Discrete Mathematics /S in E Commerce Technology,Information Systems, and Information Technology IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 130 MICROCOMPUTER DTSE PPLC IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 710 DTSE MNGEMENT IT 63 PPLIED NETWORKS ND SECURITY CIT 11 ROUTERS ND ROUTING SICS CSC 11 PROGRMMING IN JV I CIS 571 INTRODUCTION TO JV CSC 1 PROGRMMING IN JV II CIS 57 PPLICTIONS IN JV CMN 1 SMLL GROUP COMMUNICTION SPEEC 110 SMLL GROUP COMMUNICTION WRD 04 TECHNICL WRITING ENGLI 1110 TECHNICL WRITING S in Interactive Media IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 130 MICROCOMPUTER DTSE PPLC IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 710 DTSE MNGEMENT WRD 04 TECHNICL WRITING ENGLI 1110 TECHNICL WRITING S in Math and C/S MT 150 CLCULUS I MTH 115 Discrete Mathematics MT 60 MULTIVRILE CLCULUS I MTH 33 Calculus & nalytic Geometry 3 S in Network Technology, Information ssurance and Security IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 130 MICROCOMPUTER DTSE PPLC IT 40 INTRO TO DESKTOP DTSES CIS 710 DTSE MNGEMENT IT 63 PPLIED NETWORKS ND SECURITY CIT 11 ROUTERS ND ROUTING SICS 3

14 College of Computing and Digital Media This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at * Disclaimer: It is the student s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates. 4

15 School of Education In the School of Education there are 4 majors to choose from: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary Education, and Physical Education. The Liberal Studies Requirements for the School of Education majors listed below are shown in Column. equivalents to either the courses or the learning domain categories are listed in Column. Liberal Studies (General Education) : First Year Program: WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 190 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 110 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 1903 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II Mathematical and Technological Literacy: 4 or 8 quarter hours required, depending on placement. LSP 10 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I LSP 11 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II Visual rts requires LSP 10 & 11. MTH 10 QUNTITTIVE LITERCY No course available. LSP 10/11 11 not required for Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Physics. LSP 10 required for iology. Sophomore Year: 4 quarter hours required LSP 00 Multiculturalism in the United States No course available. elow you will find the majors in this college, showing how many courses are required in each of the Learning Domains of the Liberal Studies program and whether there are any special requirements in a Learning Domain because of the major. Learning Domains & L PI RD SI SSMW UP Major Clusters rts and Literature Philosophical Inquiry Religious Dimensions Scientific Inquiry Self, Society, & the Modern World Understanding the Past Early Childhood Education * 1 Rel. & (LSE 380 required) Ethical Ques. or 1 Rel. **3 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Elementary Education (LSE 380 required) 1 Relig. & Ethical Ques. or 1 Relig. Physical Education * 1 Relig. & Physical Education (LSE 380 Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. **3 3 (one must be PSC 10) 1 Physical Science, 1 Quantitative (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history (1 must be a U.S. history 1

16 School of Education Secondary Education iology *3 1 Relig. & (LSE 380 required) Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. 1 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Secondary Education Chemistry *3 1 Relig. & (LSE 380 required) Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. 1 (must be a biology 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Secondary Education English 1 (must not be an English 1 Relig. & (LSE 380 Ethical Ques. required) 1 Relig. **3 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Secondary Education Environmental Science *3 (LSE 380 required) 1 Relig. & Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. SDV 30 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Secondary Education History *3 1 Relig. & (LSE 380 required) Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. **3 (must be PSC 10 & a Econ. 1 (must be a U.S. history Secondary Education Mathematics, Modern Language 1 Relig. & **3 (LSE 380 Ethical Ques. (one must be (1 must be a required) 1 Relig. PSC 10) U.S. history Secondary Education Physics *3 1 Relig. & (LSE 380 required) Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. 1 (must be a biology 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Secondary Education Social Sciences *3 (LSE 380 required) 1 Relig. & Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. **3 (must be PSC 10 & a Econ. 1 (must be a U.S. history Secondary Education Visual rts 1 (must not be from rt or rt History). (LSE 380 required) 1 Relig. & Ethical Ques. 1 Relig. **3 3 (one must be PSC 10) (1 must be a U.S. history Major Clusters rts and Literature Philosophical Inquiry Religious Dimensions Scientific Inquiry Self, Society, & the Modern World Understanding the Past Learning Domains & L PI RD SI SSMW UP Note: * Not more than courses from the same department/program. ** 1 course in biological science, 1 course in physical science, 1 quantitative, 1 course must have lab component. Math, Computer Science, Geography, or Psychology courses do not fulfill this requirement.

17 School of Education The lists below show courses at Harper that will fulfill requirements in the learning domains listed above. rt & Literature: College of Equivalents RT 1100, RT 1101, RT 1105, RT 1151, RT 115, RT 11, RT 1, RT 13, RT 14, RT 1, RT 31, RT 75, ENGLI 1130, ENGLI 1150, ENGLI 1151, ENGLI 1154, ENGLI 1156, ENGLI 1158, ENGLI 1159, ENGLI 1160, ENGLI 1165, ENGLI 0, ENGLI 1, ENGLI 3, ENGLI 4, ENGLI 6, ENGLI 7, ENGLI 8, FILM 1135, FILM 1154, GRPH 66, HUMNT 1101, HUMNT 110, HUMNT 1105, MPTV 1011, MPTV 11, MPTV 1311, MPTV 1311, MPTV 130, MPTV 340, MUSIC 1100, MUSIC 1101, MUSIC 110, MUSIC 1104, MUSIC 1105, MUSIC 1115, MUSIC 01, MUSIC 0, SPEEC Philosophical Inquiry: College of Equivalents PHILO 1100, PHILO 1110, PHILO 1114, PHILO 115, PHILO 1130, PHILO 1160, PHILO 1170, PHILO 1175,PHILO 00, PHILO Religious Dimensions: College of Equivalents Religious : RELIG 110, RELIG 110, RELIG 10, RELIG 1110, RELIG 1155 Ethical Questions: PHILO 111, PHILO 11, PHILO 114, PHILO 1145, PHILO 1150, PHILO 140, PHILO 145, RELIG 100, RELIG 1100, RELIG 1150, RELIG 150 Scientific Inquiry: College of Equivalents Quantitative: CIS 460, ERTH 1130, GEOGR 1151, GEOGR 115,MTH 31, MTH 3, PSYCH 1180 Quantitative/Lab:IOLO 1110, IOLO 1151, OTN 1310, CHEMI 111, CHEMI 1551, CHEMI 155, PHYSI 101, PHYSI 10, PHYSI 111, PHYSI 11, PHYSI 115, NT 1500 Lab: NT 1551, NT 1571, IOLO 1100, IOLO 115, CHEMI 1105, CHEMI 11, ERTH 1101, ERTH 1110, ERTH 1115, ERTH 11, ERTH 114, ERTH 116, ERTH 1140, PHYSI 1100 Elective: IOLO 110, IOLO 1140, CIS 1150, CIS 130, CIS 190, CIS 1510, CIS 485, CIS 51, CIS 541, CIS 54, CIS 571, CIS 57, Self, Society, and the Modern World: College of Equivalents NTHR 1100, NTHR 1130, ECONO 01, ECONO 0, GEOGR 1100, GEOGR 1105, GEOGR 110, GEOGR 1130, GEOGR 1140, POL S 1100, POL S 1101, POL S 1160, POL S 03, POL S 0, POL S 1, PSYCH 1100, PSYCH 1140, PSYCH 1150, PSYCH 37, SOCI 1100, SOCIO 1100, SOCIO 110, SOCIO 10, SOCIO 0, SOCIO 51 Understanding the Past: College of Equivalents North merica: HISTO 1130, HISTO 1140, HISTO 60, HISTO 65, HISTO 70 Latin merica: HISTO 40 Intercontinental: NTHR 110, HISTO 15, HISTO 35 Europe: HISTO 1110, HISTO 110, HISTO 5, HISTO 45 sia: HISTO 0, HISTO 30 frica: HISTO 10 The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at in column and the equivalent in column. Early Childhood Professional Education ECE 310 PREPRIMRY CURRIC/STRTEGY ECEC 51 CURRICLM PLNNING FOR YNG CHLD Elementary Education Pre Education SCU 07 SOCIL/HIST ISSUES EDUCTN EDUC 1100 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCTION MT 110 MTH FOR ELEM TECHERS I MTH 131 MTH FOR ELEM SCH TECHERS I MT 111 MTH FOR ELEM TECHERS II MTH 13 MTHEMTICS COURSES Professional Education SCU 337 HUMN GROWTH & DEVELOPMNT PSYCH 37 Devel Psych: The Life Span Physical Education 3

18 School of Education llied Fields IO 0 MMMLIN PHYSIOLOGY NT 1551 Human natomy and Physiology I IO 0 MMMLIN PHYSIOLOGY NT 1571 Human natomy and Physiology I Pre Education PE 30 FIRST ID:EMERGNCY RESPON PE 53 CPR Training PE 303 THLETIC INJURIES PE 0 Intro to thletic Programs PE 303 THLETIC INJURIES PE 56 pplied Procedures & Technique This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer course list on the website at: or contact Transfer dmissions at * Disclaimer: It is the student s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates. 4

19 College of Liberal rts and Sciences In the College of Liberal rts and Sciences there are over 30 majors to choose from. This Transfer Guide shows the Liberal Studies Requirements per major by grouping majors together in clusters if they have the same number of courses required in the Learning Domain Categories. This is followed by a list of transferable courses from that will fulfill these domains. Finally, a list of Introductory courses in the majors that have equivalents are listed in the third part of the guide. Liberal Studies (General Education) : First Year Program: WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I ENGLI 190 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 110 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II ENGLI 1903 COMPOSITN & RHETORIC II Mathematical and Technological Literacy: LSP 10 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I and/or LSP 11 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II. Depending on placement. MTH 10 QUNTITTIVE LITERCY No course available. * The following Majors do not require MTL: iological Sciences, Chemistry, llied Health Technologies, Economics, Environmental Science, Mathematical Sciences, Physics, and Scientific Data nalysis & Visualization Sophomore Year: LSP 00 Multiculturalism in the United States No course available. Please Note: Courses that count towards a student's major do not count toward Learning Domain requirements. For example, an rt Major cannot count rt courses towards the rts & Literature requirement. elow you will find the majors in this college, showing how many courses are required in each of the Learning Domains of the Liberal Studies program and whether there are any special requirements in a Learning Domain because of the major. Learning Domains & L PI RD SI SSMW UP Major Clusters frican & lack Diaspora Studies, nthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, Public Policy Studies, and Sociology rts and Literature Philosophical Inquiry Religious Dimensions Scientific Inquiry Self, Society, & the Modern World Understanding the Past * nthropology majors cannot use Psychology courses in the SSMW category or the Quantitative subcategory of SI. 1

20 College of Liberal rts and Sciences merican Studies, International Studies, and Latin merican & Latino Studies * merican Studies Majors must choose a geographical area outside of the U.S. in the UP category. * International Studies majors must take Microeconomics (ECO 105) and Political systems of the World (PSC 150) in the SSMW category. UP Course must focus on a geographic area outside the student's area of concentration. rt & rt History, English, and Modern Languages llied Health Technology, iological Sciences, Chemistry, Met Environmental Sciences, Physics, 3 within 3 and Scientific Data nalysis & Major Visualization Mathematics and Nursing * Mathematics majors must take a lab course in the SI category. * Mathematics majors pursuing the achelor of Science degree must earn 16.0 quarter hours of credit (not including SI) in the Natural or Computer Sciences. * For Nursing students, Cultural nthropology (NT 10) and Human Development (PSY 303) are taken in the SSMW category. Catholic Studies Met within History Major Non Non Islamic Islamic World Studies Islamic Met 3 within 3 3 Philosophy Major Met within 3 Religious Studies Major 3 3 Women's & Gender Studies 3 Major Clusters rts and Literature Philosophical Inquiry Religious Dimensions Scientific Inquiry Self, Society, & the Modern World Understanding the Past Learning Domains & L PI RD SI SSMW UP The lists below shows courses that will fulfill requirements in the learning domains listed above. rt & Literature: College of Equivalents (Not more than courses from the same department) RT 1100, RT 1101, RT 1105, RT 1151, RT 115, RT 11, RT 1, RT 13, RT 14, RT 1, RT 31, RT 75, ENGLI 1130, ENGLI 1150, ENGLI 1151, ENGLI 1154, ENGLI 1156, ENGLI 1158, ENGLI 1159, ENGLI 1160, ENGLI 1165, ENGLI 0, ENGLI 1, ENGLI 3, ENGLI 4, ENGLI 6, ENGLI 7, ENGLI 8, FILM 1135, FILM 1154, GRPH 66, HUMNT 1101, HUMNT 110, HUMNT 1105, MPTV 1011, MPTV 11, MPTV 1311,

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