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1 JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE Transfer Program to Wichita State University General Education Requirements College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Catalog 11/14 CONTACT: LAS Advising Center PHONE: HOME PAGE: The Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) at JCCC is a general transfer degree and partners well with the first two years of most bachelor degree programs. Students pursuing the A.A. may select courses that satisfy both the A.A. degree requirements and lower division requirements for a bachelor s degree at four-year institutions. The 33 hours of electives within the A.A. allow students to complete additional general education and lower division courses required for specific majors. The A.A. degree requires completion of 64 credit hours, the maximum number of hours from a community college that will be applied toward a bachelor s degree at most four-year schools. Meeting with a JCCC counselor is strongly recommended for selection of appropriate courses. E The Johnson County Community College courses listed below meet general education requirements at Wichita State University. Students beginning at Johnson County Community College and with at least 24 earned hours at Johnson County Community College can use the Wichita State University General Education requirements. E Further MATH information: If further math is needed for major, continue with Trigonometry (MATH 172) and Calculus I (MATH 241) OR begin at calculus level if qualified. E Courses to begin LAS majors: In the first two years of college, your program may include one or two courses that begin the major. Students transferring 48 or more hours to LAS must declare a specific LAS major or degree preference during the first semester of enrollment. The best initial courses for LAS majors are listed below by type: Anthropology (BA) ANTH 125 Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 ANTH 150 People and Cultures of Mesoamerica 3 Biology (BA or BS) (Start CHEM 124/125 and 131/132 early. May use BIOL 125 and 127.) BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 Chemistry (BA or BS) PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II 5 Communication (BA) Take all COMM major courses at WSU. Criminal Justice (BS) ADMJ 121 Introduction to Administration of Justice 3 ADMJ 154 Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation 3 Take remainder of courses at WSU. English (BA) ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature 3 ENGL 223 Creative Writing (if interested) 3 Forensic Science (BS) CHEM 220 Organic Chemistry I 5 CHEM 221 Organic Chemistry II 5 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 General Zoology 5 BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology OR 5 BIOL 140 Human Anatomy AND 4 BIOL 225 Human Physiology 4 Geology (BA or BS) MATH 241 Calculus I 5 GEOS 130 General Geology 5 OVER

2 2 History (BA) HIST 125 Western Civ.: Readings and Discussion I 3 HIST 126 Western Civ.: Readings and Discussion II 3 HIST 140 U.S. History to HIST 141 U.S. History Since Mathematics (BA or BS) MATH 241 Calculus I 5 Modern Languages (BA) Use only 5-hour classes and begin at appropriate level for the individual. Check WSU equivalencies for intermediate-level courses. Philosophy (BA) PHIL 121 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 Physics (BA or BS) MATH 241 Calculus I 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II 5 Political Science (BA) POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 126 State and Local Government 3 POLS 132 Introduction to Comparative Government 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 Psychology (BA) (Limit of 9 hours.) PSYC 215 Child Development 3 PSYC 218 Human Development 3 PSYC 220 Social Psychology 3 PSYC 230 Personality Theory 3 Social Work (BA) SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 146 Intro. to Social Work and Social Welfare 3 SOC 147 Social Work and Social Justice 3 PSYC 205 Human Sexuality 3 Sociology (BA) SOC 122 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 Remainder of courses at WSU. Women s Studies (BA) Complete major courses at WSU.

3 3 E Other Requirements: Liberal Arts and Sciences also requires: English or foreign language literature (counts as Humanities introductory course): HIST 140 U.S. History to 1877 OR 3 in Humanities POLS 124 American National Government 3 in Social Sciences One course in biology: One course in physical science (Chemistry, Geology, Physics): (One of the sciences must include a laboratory. Science majors should consult with a WSU advisor to ensure meeting specific major or accreditation requirements.) Foreign language is required for all BA students and for the BS in Criminal Justice. If no high school background, pass first two classes (5 hours each) and 5 hours intermediate level in one language. If two years high school, pass 5 hours intermediate level in same language OR first two classes (5 hours each) in new language. Because 45 hours of upper division credits (junior/senior level classes) are required for a degree, begin foreign language studies early in your college program. E Graduation Requirements: 124 credit hours minimum* is required for Bachelor of Arts (BA) Bachelor of Science (BS) Bachelor of General Studies (BGS) 60 hours minimum* must be completed at a 4-year institution. *Note: Students who transfer more than 64 hours from a 2-year institution must still complete 60 hours at a 4-year institution. Therefore, the transferred hours plus the 60 hours required at a 4-year institution will exceed the 124-hour minimum required for graduation from WSU. In addition, some degrees at WSU already require more than a 124-hour minimum. 45 hours of upper division coursework (300 level and above) at a 4-year institution. Note: Credit from a 2-year institution cannot be used to satisfy this requirement, regardless of the transfer equivalency number. Students must maintain a 2.0 GPA in both the overall hours and in the hours taken only at WSU to remain in good academic standing. Some majors and minors require a GPA above 2.0. Consult your academic advisor for details. 30 hours minimum must be completed at WSU to earn a degree from WSU. 24 of the last 30 or 50 of the last 60 hours must be completed at WSU to earn a degree from WSU. BGS degree: No more than 30 hours from one department, no more than 30 hours outside LAS will count toward graduation. BA degree: No more than 45 hours in the major will count toward graduation. BS degree: No more than 50 hours in the major will count toward graduation.

4 4 BASIC SKILLS (BASC) (12 hours of courses required by WSU & Kansas Board of Regents) ENGL 121 Composition I 3 ENGL 122 Composition II OR 3 LCOM 170 Writing Strategies/Fund. of Reading 6 SPD 121 Public Speaking 3 MATH 171 College Algebra OR 3 any of the MATH courses below* HUMANITIES 12 hours distributed between three subjects in the Fine Arts and Humanities, 12 hours distributed between three subjects in the Social and Behavioral Sciences and three natural science classes to include one biology, one physical science and one lab. WSU Area: Fine Arts ARCH 120 Introduction to Architecture 3 ARTH 180 Art History: Ancient/Renaissance 3 ARTH 182 Art History: Renaissance/Modern 3 MUS 121 Introduction to Music Listening 3 MUS 126 Introduction to World Music 3 THEA 120 Introduction to Theater 3 MUS 125 Introduction to Jazz Listening 3 THEA 121 Fundamentals of Acting 3 THEA 130 Acting I 3 THEA 225 Reader s Theater 3 THEA 230 Acting II 3 WSU Area: COMM SPD 180 Intercultural Communication 3 SPD 120 Interpersonal Communication 3 WSU Area: ENGL ENGL 130 Introduction to Literature 3 ENGL 205 Bible as Literature 3 ENGL 250 World Masterpieces 3 LCOM 153 Russian Lit/Russian Culture 6 ENGL 230 Introduction to Fiction 3 ENGL 235 Drama as Literature 3 ENGL 236 British Literature I 3 ENGL 237 British Literature II 3 ENGL 243 Literature of Science Fiction 3 LCOM 132 Comp. II/Literature of Science Fiction 6 Continued on next page.

5 5 HUMANITIES, continued 12 hours distributed between three subjects in the Fine Arts and Humanities, 12 hours distributed between three subjects in the Social and Behavioral Sciences and three natural science classes to include one biology, one physical science and one lab. WSU Area: FREN FL 241 Intermediate French II 3 WSU Area: GERM FL 220 Intermediate German I 3 FL 221 Intermediate German II 3 WSU Area: HIST HIST 125 Western Civilization: Read/Disc I 3 HIST 126 Western Civilization: Read/Disc II 3 HIST 140 US History to HIST 141 US History Since HIST 151 World History I 3 HIST 152 World History II 3 HIST 120 Local and Kansas History 3 HIST 130 European History Since HIST 160 Modern Russian History 3 HIST 162 Modern Latin America 3 WSU Area: HUMN HUM 122 Introduction to Humanities 3 HUM 145 Introduction to World Humanities I 3 HUM 146 Introduction to World Humanities II 3 HUM 155 Classical Mythology 3 WSU Area: PHIL PHIL 121 Introduction to Philosophy 3 PHIL 124 Logic & Critical Thinking 3 PHIL 142 History of Asian Philosophy 3 PHIL 143 Ethics 3 PHIL 154 History of Ancient Philosophy 3 PHIL 176 Philosophy of Religion 3 PHIL 210 History of Modern Philosophy 3 WSU Area: REL REL 120 Exploring World Religions 3 REL 125 Religions of the East 3 REL 126 Religions of the West 3 WSU Area: RUSS FL 179 Intermediate Russian II 3 WSU Area: SPAN FL 230 Intermediate Spanish I AND 3 FL 231 Intermediate Spanish II 3 WSU Area: WOMS WGS 201 Global Women s Studies 3

6 6 SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE WSU Gen Ed: 1 Fine Arts Intro, 2 Intro Humanities in different subjects, 2 courses distributed over two divisions in Hum, S/BS or M/NS. 12 hours of courses from at least 3 different WSU areas. WSU Area: ANTH ANTH 125 Cultural Antropology 3 ANTH 142 World Prehistory 3 ANTH 144 Archaeology 3 ANTH 130 World Cultures 3 ANTH 150 Peoples & Cultures of Mesoamerica 3 WSU Area: CJ ADMJ 121 Introduction to Administration of Justice 3 ADMJ 133 Juvenile Delinquency 3 SOC 127 Criminology 3 WSU Area: ECON ECON 230 Economics I 3 ECON 231 Economics II 3 WSU Area: GEOG GEOS 145 World Regional Geography 3 WSU Area: POLS POLS 124 American National Government 3 POLS 132 Intro. to Comparative Government 3 POLS 135 International Relations 3 POLS 126 State & Local Government 3 WSU Area: PSY PSYC 215 Child Development 3 PSYC 218 Human Development 3 PSYC 220 Social Psychology 3 PSYC 230 Personality Theory 3 WSU Area: SOC SOC 122 Intro to Sociology 3 SOC 125 Social Problems 3 SOC 131 Sociology of Families 3 WSU Area: SCWK SOC 147 Social Work and Social Justice 3

7 7 MATH & NATURAL SCIENCE WSU Gen Ed: 2 Intro courses from different areas, 1 course must be in Biol Sci, Chem, Geol or PHYS, 2 courses distributed over two divisions in HUM, S/BS or M/NS. 9 hours of courses from 2 WSU areas, one lab science course is required. WSU Area: BIOL ANTH 126 Physical Anthropology 3 BIOL 121 Biology for Non-Majors 4 BIOL 125 General Botany 5 BIOL 127 Zoology 5 BIOL 135 Princ. of Cellular/Molecular Biology 4 BIOL 130/131 Environmental Science/Lab 3/1 BIOL 134 Principles of Sustainability 3 BIOL 140 Human Anatomy AND 4 BIOL 225 Human Physiology 4 BIOL 144 Human Anatomy and Physiology 5 BIOL 150 Biology of Organisms 5 BIOL 230/231 Microbiology/Lab 3/2 WSU Area: CHEM CHEM 120 Chemistry in Society 4 CHEM 122 Principles of Chemistry 5 CHEM 140 Princ. of Organic & Biological Chem. 5 CHEM 220 Organic Chemistry I 5 WSU Area: CS CIS 201 Introduction to Information Systems 3 WSU Area: GEOL GEOS 130 General Geology 5 WSU Area: PC CIS 124 Intro. to Comp. Concepts & Applications 3 WSU Area: PHYS ASTR 120 Fundamentals of Astronomy 3 ASTR 122 Astronomy 4 PHYS 130 College Physics I 5 PHYS 133 Applied Physics 5 PHYS 220 Engineering Physics I 5 PSCI 120 Physical Science 4 PHYS 131 College Physics II 5 PHYS 221 Engineering Physics II 5 WSU Area: MATH MATH 172 Trigonometry (BASC)* 3 MATH 173 Precalculus (BASC)* 5 MATH 181 Statistics 3 MATH 225 Math as a Decision Making Tool (BASC)* 3 MATH 231 Business & Applied Calculus I (BASC)* 3 MATH 241 Calculus I (BASC)* 5 It is the STUDENT S RESPONSIBILITY to check for updates to all transfer information. This transfer program is provided as a service and is updated at least annually. Degree requirements at the four-year colleges are subject to change by those institutions.

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