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Transfers

How To Transfer to FDTC

A transfer student is a student pursuing a degree at Florence-Darlington Technical College who has earned credits at another institution and wishes to apply these credits toward a Florence-Darlington Technical College certificate, diploma, or degree. In addition to submitting all other application materials, a student desiring to receive transfer credit must have an official transcript sent to Florence-Darlington Technical College by each institution that originally granted the credits. For degree completion, at least twenty-five percent (25%) of semester credit hours of curriculum course requirements must be completed at Florence-Darlington Technical College. Exceptions are allowable and may include the following:

  1. Transfer credit from foreign institutions not accredited by a regional post-secondary accrediting commission. The student must provide an evaluation by (WES) World Education Services at www.wes.org, and other accredditing agencies.

  2. Transfer of course work completed at a degree-granting institution accredited by a professional accrediting body responsible for free- standing institutions within a specialty and approved by appropriate FDTC faculty.

  3. Florence-Darlington Technical College may also grant credit where applicable for Military Service Schools in accordance with the recommendations of the American Council of Education's "Guide to the Evaluation of Educational Experiences in the Armed Services" when consistent with the student's program requirements.

  4. Florence-Darlington Technical College will grant credit for work done at all regionally accredited Institutions of Higher Education for courses which a student has earned a grade of "C" or higher. All transfer credit awarded must be adequately justified and must include documentation that the credit awarded represents collegiate course work relevant to the degree. Course content and level of instruction must result in student competencies at least equivalent to those of students enrolled in the institution's own educational programs; and course work must be taught by faculty qualified to teach at the appropriate degree level. 

  5. Credits will transfer to FDTC with a "TR" grade and will not be included in the student's overall Cumulative Quality Point Average (CQPA). Transfer credit is not given for continuing education courses; Students wishing curriculum credit for these types of courses/ experiences may inquire as to eligibility to register, pay for, and take an appropriate class as credit by exam. Courses successfully challenged will count toward the student's major (if applicable) for graduation purposes; will not award any quality points toward their Cumulative Quality Point Average (CQPA); and will not transfer to another college.

  6. All transcripts and test scores must be received either by mail or hand delivery in the original, sealed envelope directly from the awarding educational institution, military, or testing agency.  By accepting only official transcripts and test scores, Florence-Darlington Technical College (FDTC) confirms the integrity of any test score or credit recorded on the college or agency's transcript and can, therefore, assume responsibility for the academic quality of any course work or credit recorded on a FDTC transcript.

  7. A grade of "C" or better is required to receive transfer credit.

 

Transferring Financial Aid

Financial aid awards cannot be transferred from one college to another. Students must have the results of the FAFSA released to the new college.  Students transferring to FDTC must request a duplicate Student Aid Report (SAR) if the results of the FAFSA have not been released to FDTC.  It is the student's responsibility to notify the financial aid office of prior attendance at another post-secondary school.

Transfer Students

FDTC admits transfer students regardless of standing or status at the previous institution.  Students are admitted to the institution based on the entrance requirements determined by FDTC.

Testing may be waived if transferable English and Math courses have been completed with a “C” or better grade from an accredited U.S. college. 

Transfer students, with an associate’s or advanced degree, will be exempt from submitting  proof of high school graduation, unless it is necessary to provide proof of pre-requisite courses or graduation for their chosen program.

Transfer credit will be awarded by the Registrar after acceptance and prior to the end of the first semester of enrollment.

At least 25 percent of the total semester hours required for a student’s curriculum must be earned at FDTC for a degree or diploma to be awarded.

 

College Transfer and Co-op Programs

Students interested in any transfer or co-op program listed in this section should discuss transferring to a four-year institution with a representative of that institution early in the students' academic career at Florence-Darlington Technical College (FDTC).  Furthermore, students are expected to discuss transferring to a four-year institution with an academic advisor to plan a program of study to meet the requirements of the college to which the student expects to transfer.  The student's course of study will be planned and scheduled accordingly.  Entrance requirements for transfer/co-op students vary widely among senior colleges and universities.  Transfer of credits is a privilege granted by the institution to which the student plans to transfer and all applicants and requests for transfer of credits are evaluated individually.  Each student must complete courses with grades acceptable to the college to which the student seeks to transfer.

Associate in Arts or Associate in Science to Bachelor Degree

Senior colleges and universities in South Carolina will accept students graduating from Florence-Darlington Technical College with a degree of Associate in Arts or Associate in Science and usually award them up to 65 hours of credit toward a baccalaureate degree.

Associate in Arts
Degree:  Associate in Arts

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Associate in Science
Degree:  Associate in Science

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Coastal Carolina University Transfer Agreement

Paralegal
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Paralegal

Coastal Carolina University agrees to accept students graduating from Florence-Darlington Technical College with the degree of Associate in Public Service-Paralegal and may accept up to seventy-six (76) credits toward the baccalaureate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.  This credit includes all hours required to meet Coastal Carolina University's Interdisciplinary Studies requirements for graduation.

FDTCCoastal Carolina University
Course NumberCourse NumberCourse Equivalent
ENG 101 ENG 101 Composition
ENG 102 ENG 105 Composition and Literature
SPC 205 Communication requirement  
SPA 101 Foreign Language  
SPA 102    
PSC 201 POLI 201 American Government
ONE OF:
ART 101 ART 101 Introduction to Art
MUS 105 MUS 110 Introduction to Music
PHI 101 PHIL 101 Intro. to Philosophy
PHI 110 PHIL 311 Ethics
ONE OF:
ENG 201 ENGL 287 American Literature
ENG 205 ENGL 288 British Literature
ONE OF:
ECO 201 ECON 101 Survey of  Economics
ECO 210 ECON 221 Principles of  Economics II
ECO 211 ECON 222 Principles of Economics I
ONE OF:
SOC 101 SOC 101 Intro. Sociology
PSY 201 PSY 201 General Psychology
TWO OF:
HIS 101 HIST 101 Fond. Euro. Civ. to 1648
HIS 102 HIST 102 Intro. Euro Civ. to 1648
HIS 201 HIST 201 Am. His. Discovery - Recon.
HIS 202 HIST 202 Am. His. Recon. - present
Related Electives Accepted by Coastal Carolina University
Course NumberCourse Title
ACC 111 Accounting Concepts
CPT 170 Microcomputer Applications
LEG 121 Business Law
LEG 135 Introduction to Law and Ethics
LEG 213 Family Law
LEG 233 Wills, Trusts, and Probate
Electives Accepted by Coastal Carolina University
Course NumberCourse Title
LEG 132 Legal Bibliography
LEG 201 Civil Litigation
LEG 231 Criminal Law
LEG 230 Legal Writing
LEG 234 Title Examination Procedures
LEG 120 Torts
LEG 242 Law Practice Workshop
LEG 244 Special Projects for Paralegals

Coker College Transfer Agreement

FDTC Coker College Liberal Arts Studies
General Education Requirements:   Program Requirements:
SPC 205   COM 101 - Speech Communication Skills
ENG 101   ENG 101 - English Composition & Rhetoric I
ENG 102   ENG 102 - English Composition & Rhetoric II
    Math/Computer Science - 1 course from:
MAT 120   MAT 203 - Introduction to Statistics
MAT 140   MAT 222 - Calculus I
MAT 110, MAT 111, MAT 122, MAT 130   General LASP Math/CS
    Non-Native Language - 1 course from:
SPA 102   SPA 102 - Elementary Spanish
FRE 102   FRE 102 - Elementary French
    Arts - 6 hours with no 2 courses from the same group:
ART 101 Group 1 ART 180 - Understanding Art
MUS 105 Group 2 MUS 230 - Intro to Western Classical Music
THE 105 Group 3 THE 156 - Acting I
THE 101 Group 3 General LASP Arts (Theatre)
    Behavioral Science - 6 hours with no 2 courses from the same group:
ECO 210 Group 1 BA 222 - Principles of Macroeconomics
PSC 215 Group 2 General LASP Behavioral Science (Political Science)
PSY 201 Group 3 PSY 101 - General Psychology
CRJ 125 Group 4 CRIM/SOC 200 - Introduction to Criminology
SOC 101 Group 4 SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
    Humanities - 6 hours with no 2 courses from the same group:
ENG 205, ENG 206, ENG 214, ENG 218, ENG 222 Group 1 General LASP Humanities (English)
HIS 101 Group 2 HIS 210 - Western Civilization I
HIS 102 Group 3 HIS 211 - Western Civilization II
PHI 101 Group 4 PHI 205 - Survey of Western Philosophy
    Natural Sciences - 1 course from each group:
BIO 101 Group 1 BIO 101 - Principles of Biology
BIO 102 Group 1 BIO 102 - Biology of Whole Organisms
CHM 110 Group 2 CHE 101 - General Chemistry I
PHY 201 Group 2 PHY 201 - General Physics I
PHY 221 Group 2 PHY 203 - Calculus Physics I
    Knowledge of the United States - 1 course from:
ENG 201 + ENG 202   ENG 231 - American Literature + English Elective
HIS 201   HIS 201 - United States from Discovery to 1865
HIS 202   HIS 202 - United States since 1865
PSC 201   POL 201 - American Government & Politics
SOC 205   SOC 102 - American Social Problems
ENG 201, ENG 202, ENG 236   General LASP Knowledge of the US
    Knowledge of the Wider World - 1 course from:
ENG 208   ENG 201 - World Literature I
ENG 209   ENG 202 - World Literature II
GEO 102   GPY 201 - World Regional Geography
REL 103   General LASP Wider World
Business Administration Major Requirements
FDTCCoker College
ACC 101 and ACC 102 BA 212 + BA Elective
ACC 115 BA 213
ECO 210 BA 222
ECO 211 BA 223
MGT 101 BA 340
MKT 101 BA 330
Business Administration Upper Level Electives
FDTCCoker College
BUS 250 BA 343
MKT 250 BA 333
Students should contact Coker College regarding transferability of courses.
Pre-Psychology and Sociology

This program is for students who wish to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology or Sociology. Coker College offers the Bachelor of Science in Psychology or Bachelor of Science in Sociology, with an optional concentration in Social Work.  Interested students should contact Florence-Darlington Technical College's Department of Human and Public Services Department Head, 843.661.8136, or Coker College, 843.383.8050.

Fayetteville Technical Community College Transfer Agreement

Pre-Funeral Services

This is a program for students who wish to earn an Associate's Degree in Funeral Services from Fayetteville Technical Community College (FTCC).  A special articulation agreement between FTCC and FDTC provides an opportunity for students to transfer credits.  FTCC will accept from Florence-Darlington Technical College students, the following courses with a grade of "C" or better.

Entrance Requirements
  1. Completion of HS courses with a grade of "C" or better in Algebra I and Biology.
  2. SAT score of 870 (430 Verbal/400 Math)
    OR
    minimum ACT composite score of 18
    OR
    CPT scores of Reading - 85; Sentence Skills - 88; and Math - 75, and Algebra - 65.

Students who do not meet transfer curriculum entrance requirements will be placed in Developmental courses to improve basic skills.

Transfer Courses for Pre-Funeral Services
 
Course NumberCourse TitleHOURS
ClassLabCredit
ACC 101 Principles of Accounting I 3 0 3
BUS 121 Business Law I 3 0 3
CPT 170 Microcomputer Applications 3 0 3
ENG 101 English Composition I 3 0 3
MAT 102 Intermediate Algebra 3 0 3
MGT 120 Small Business Management 3 0 3
PSY 201 General Psychology 3 0 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3 0 3
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3 0 3
  Humanities/Fine Arts Elective 3 0 3

Limestone College Transfer Agreement

Limestone College and Florence-Darlington Technical College agree to the following policy for transfer of graduates of Associate Degree in college parallel or transfer program. This agreement shall being during the current academic year and will continue until such time as it is modified by mutual consent or cancelled by either college.

  1. Coursework covered within this agreement shall be transferable if the student has completed the course work with a "C" grade (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) or above, but transfer of grades does not relieve the student of the obligation to meet the 2.00 GPA requirement or the other admissions requirements of Limestone College.
  2. Florence-Darlington Technical College Associate Degree graduates in a transfer or college parallel program are eligible for transfer to Limestone College. Limestone College will accept up to 66 semester hours for graduates of the following programs.? Florence-Darlington Technical College transfer or college parallel program graduates will have satisfied all General Education requirements at Limestone. All other general education courses accepted for transfer will be based on the Statewide Articulation Agreement. (See Statewide Transferable course list.)
    1. Associate in Arts
    2. Associate in Science
  3. Limestone College will guarantee a minimum of 66 and maximum of *69 semester hours credit to a student who has earned from Florence-Darlington Technical College one of the following degrees.
    1. Associate in Applied Science with a major in Accounting
    2. Associate in Applied Science with a major in Marketing
    3. Associate in Applied Science with a major in Management
    4. Associate in Applied Science with a major in Human Services - (*into a Bachelor of Social Work)
  4. Limestone College will accept Florence-Darlington courses to satisfy Limestone College degree requirements for the following degree plans: (Please see your academic advisor for complete program outline and transfer credit evaluation.)
    1. Bachelor of Arts - Criminal Justice
    2. Bachelor of Science - Business Administration/Accounting
    3. Bachelor of Science - Business Administration/General
    4. Bachelor of Science - Business Administration/Management
    5. Bachelor of Social Work - Social Work
  5. Limestone College will accept maximum of 66 semester hours credits from Florence-Darlington Technical college whether or not an Associate's Degree has been earned.
  6. Courses not covered by 2 or 3 above shall be evaluated on an individual basis. Students must complete a minimum of 31 semester hours including 15 semester hours within the major field with Limestone College for the baccalaureate degree.
Accounting
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Accounting
Course Requirements
General Education Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ECO 201 Economic Concepts 3 EC 100
ENG 101 English Composition I 3 EN 101
MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics 3 MA 110
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3 EN 105
Elective: Humanities/Fine Arts from the following:
ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101, FRE 101, 102, SPA 101, 102   3 AR 240, MU 205, TH 101, FR 101/02, SP 101/02
Required Major Core Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 101 Accounting Principles I 3 BA 207
ACC 102 Accounting Principles II 3 BA 208*
ACC 201 Intermediate Accounting I 3 BA 330
BUS 123 Business Law 3 BA 316
AOT 162 (previously OST 162) Basic Information Processing 3 Elective
Other Hours Required for Graduation
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 111 Accounting Concepts 3 Elective
ACC 112 Organizational Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 115 Managerial Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 150 Payroll Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 124 Individual Tax Procedures 3 Elective
ACC 230 Cost Accounting I 3 BA 337
ACC 231 Cost Accounting II 3 Elective
ACC 240 Computerized Accounting 3 BA 221
ACC 265 Not-For-Profit Accounting 3 BA 305
BUS 240 Business Statistics 3 BA 200
BUS 250 Introduction to International Business 3 BA 360
MGT 280 Executive Development 3 Elective
Minimum total Credit Hours: 66
*unless more than ten (10) years old
**unless more than five (5) years old
Marketing
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Marketing
Course Requirements
General Education Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ECO 201 Economic Concepts 3 EC 100
ENG 101 English composition I 3 EN 101
MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics 3 MA 110
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3 EN 105
Elective: Humanities/Fine Arts from the following:
ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101, FRE 101, 102, SPA 101, 102   3 AR 240, MU 205, TH 101, FR 101/02, SP 101/02
Required Major Core Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 111 Accounting Concepts 3 Elective
BUS 123 Business Law 3 BA 316
MGT 101 Principles of Management 3 BA 300
MKT 101 Marketing 3 BA 341
AOT 162 (previously OST 162) Basic Information Processing 3 Elective
Other Hours Required for Graduation
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 112 Organizational Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 124 Individual Tax Procedures 3 Elective
ACC 240 Computerized Accounting 3 BA 221
BUS 176 International Marketing 3 Elective
BUS 240 Business Statistics 3 BA 200
BUS 250 Introduction to International Business 3 BA 360
MGT 280 Executive Development 3 Elective
MKT 110 Retailing 3 BA 344
MGT 120 Small Business Management 3 BA 318
MKT 240 Advertising 3 BA 343
MKT 250 Consumer Behavior 3 BA 345
AOT 261 (previously OST 261) Office Spreadsheet Applications 3 Elective
Minimum total Credit Hours: 66
*unless more than five (5) years old

Management
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Management

Course Requirements

General Education Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ECO 201 Economic Concepts 3 EC 100
ENG 101 English composition I 3 EN 101
MAT 155 Contemporary Mathematics 3 MA 110
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3 EN 105
Elective: Humanities/Fine Arts from the following:
ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101, FRE 101, 102, SPA 101, 102   3 AR 240, MU 205, TH 101, FR 101/02, SP 101/02
Required Major Core Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 111 Accounting Concepts 3 Elective
BUS 123 Business Law 3 BA 316
MGT 101 Principles of Management 3 BA 300
MKT 101 Marketing 3 BA 341
AOT 162 (previously OST 162) Basic Information Processing 3 Elective
Other Hours Required for Graduation
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ACC 112 Organizational Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 115 Managerial Accounting 3 Elective
ACC 124 Individual Tax Procedures 3 Elective
ACC 240 Computerized Accounting 3 BA 221
BUS 240 Business Statistics 3 BA 200
BUS 250 Introduction to International Business 3 BA 360
BUS 268 Special Projects in Business 3 Elective
MGT 120 Small Business Management 3 BA 318
MGT 121 Small Business Operations 3 Elective
MGT 280 Executive Development 3 Elective
MKT 240 Advertising 3 BA 343
MKT 250 Consumer Behavior 3 BA 345
Minimum total Credit Hours: 66
*unless more than five (5) years old

Human Services
FDTC Degree: Associate Applied Science with a major in Human Services

Course Requirements

General Education Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
ENG 101* English Composition I 3 EN 101
MATH 155 Contemporary Mathematics 3 MA 110
SOC 101* Introduction to Sociology 3 SO 201
SPC 205* Public Speaking 3 EN 105
Elective: Humanities/Fine Arts from the following:
ART 101, MUS 105, THE 101, FRE 101, 102, SPA 101, 102   3 AR 240, MU 205, TH 101, FR 101/02, SP 101/02
Required Major Core Courses
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
HUS 101* Introduction to Human Services 3 SW 203
PSY 105* Personal/Interpersonal Psych 3 Elective
PSY 201* General Psychology 3 PS 101
PSY 203* Human Growth and Development 3 PS 204
PSY 230 Interviewing Techniques 3 Elective
Other Hours Required for Graduation
FDTCLimestone College
CourseClassCreditsCourse
CPT 170* Microcomputer Applications 3 CST 102**
HUS 110* Orientation to Human Services 1 Elective
HUS 205 Gerontology 3 SW 207
HUS 208* Alcohol and Drug Abuse 3 Elective
HUS 251* Supervised Field Placement II 4 Elective
HUS 255* Supervised Field Placement III 4 Elective
PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology 3 PS 306
PSY 215* Psych of the Intellectually Challenged 3 Elective
PSY 218* Behavior Modification 3 Elective
PSY 231* Counseling Techniques 3 PS 301
PSY 235* Group Dynamics 3 PS 213
PSY 237* Crisis Management 3 Elective
SOC 205* Social Problems 3 SO 202

Minimum total Credit Hours: 69

*A grade of "C" or better required

**unless more than five (5) years old

Morris College

Accounting
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Accounting

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Management
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Management

See Detail.

Marketing
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Marketing

See Detail.

South University

Paralegal
FDTC Degree: Associate in Applied Science with a major in Paralegal

South University agrees to accept students graduating from Florence-Darlington Technical College with the degree of Associate in Public Service-Paralegal and may accept up to eighty-one (81) credits towards the Bachelor of Science Legal Studies. This credit includes hours required for partial fulfillment of South University's Paralegal Studies requirements for graduation.

AREA I -- General Education
FDTCSouth University
MAT 110 College Algebra MAT 1001 Intermediate Algebra
SPC 205 Public Speaking SPC 1026 Public Speaking
ENG 101 English Composition I ENG 1001 Composition I
ENG 102 English Composition II ENG 1002 Composition II/Lit.
PHI 110 Ethics PHI 2081 Introduction to Philosophy/Logic
PSY 201 General Psychology PSY 1001 General Psychology
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology SOC 1001 Introduction to Sociology
COL 103 College Skills UVC 1000 Strategies for Success
Area II -- Core Curriculum
FDTCSouth University
LEG 121 Business Law I BUS 1038 Business Law I
CPT 170 Microcomputer Applications ITS 1000 Computer & Internet Lit.
Area III -- Major Curriculum
FDTCSouth University
LEG 135 Intro to Law & Ethics LGS 1001 Intro to Paralegalism
LEG 120 Torts LGS 1004 Torts & Remedies
LEG 132 Legal Bibliography LGS 1005 Legal Res. & Writing I
LEG 230 Legal Writing LGS 1006 Legal Res. & Writing II
LEG 201 Civil Litigation LGS 2001 Civil Litigation
LEG 213 Family Law LGS 2002 Domestic Relations
LEG 233 Wills, Trusts & Probate LGS 2003 Estate Planning
LEG 231 Criminal Law LGS 2004 Criminal Law
LEG 234 Title Examination LGS 2005 Real Estate Law
LEG 232 Law Office Management LGS 2007 Computers in the Law
LEG 242 Law Practice Workshop LGS 2099 Legal Externship
LEG 216 Administrative Law LGS 3030 Administrative Law
Students may take up to 4 additional general education courses. Students my transfer 110 total credit hours.
MAT 122 Finite Math MAT 1002 College Math
PSC 201 American Government POL 2076 American Government
ACC 111 Accounting I ACC 1001 Accounting I
BUS 123 Business Law II BUS 2038 Business Law II

 

 

Technical College Courses Transferable to Public Senior Institutions

Course NumberCourse TitleCredits
ACC 101 Accounting Principles I 3
ACC 102 Accounting Principles II 3
ANT 101 General Anthropology 3
ART 101 History and Appreciation of Art 3
ART 105 Film as Art 3
AST 101 Solar System Astronomy 4
AST 102 Stellar Astronomy 4
BIO 101 Biological Science I 4
BIO 102 Biological Science II 4
BIO 210 Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO 211 Anatomy and Physiology II 4
BIO 225 Microbiology 4
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
CHM 111 College Chemistry II 4
CHM 112 College Chemistry II 4
CHM 211 Organic Chemistry I 4
CHM 212 Organic Chemistry II 4
ECO 210 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 211 Microeconomics 3
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
ENG 201 American Literature I 3
ENG 202 American Literature II 3
ENG 203 American Literature Survey 3
ENG 205 English Literature I 3
ENG 206 English Literature II 3
ENG 208 World Literature I 3
ENG 209 World Literature II 3
ENG 214 Fiction 3
ENG 218 Drama 3
ENG 222 Poetry 3
ENG 230 Women in Literature 3
ENG 236 African American Literature 3
ENG 260 Adv. Tech. Communication 3
FRE 101 Elementary French I 4
FRE 102 Elementary French II 4
FRE 201 Intermediate French I 3
FRE 202 Intermediate French II 3
GEO 101 Intro to Geography 3
GEO 102 World Geography 3
GER 101 Elementary German I 4
GER 102 Elementary German II 4
HIS 101 Western Civilization to 1689 3
HIS 102 Western Civilization Post 1689 3
HIS 201 Am. History Discovery to 1877 3
HIS 202 Am. History 1877 to Pres. 3
MAT 110 College Algebra 3
MAT 111 College Trigonometry 3
MAT 120 Probability and Statistics 3
MAT 122 Finite College Mathematics 3
MAT 130 Elementary Calculus 3
MAT 140 Analytical Geo. and Calc. I 4
MAT 141 Analytical Geo. and Calc. II 4
MAT 240 Analytical Geo. and Calc. III 4
MAT 242 Differential Equations 4
MUS 105 Music Appreciation 3
PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
PHI 105 Introduction to Logic 3
PHI 106 Logic II Inductive Reasoning 3
PHI 110 Ethics 3
PHI 115 Contemp. Moral Issues 3
PHY 201 Physics I 4
PHY 202 Physics II 4
PHY 221 University Physics I 4
PHY 222 University Physics II 4
PHY 223 University Physics III 4
PSC 201 American Government 3
PSC 215 State and Local Government 3
PSY 201 Introduction to Psychology 3
PSY 203 Human Growth & Development 3
PSY 208 Human Sexuality 3
PSY 212 Abnormal Psychology 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
SOC 102 Marriage and the Family 3
SOC 205 Social Problems 3
SOC 206 Social Psychology 3
SOC 210 Juvenile Delinquency 3
SOC 220 Sociology and the Family 3
SOC 235 Thanatology 3
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I 4
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II 4
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I 3
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3
SPC 205 Public Speaking 3
SPC 210 Oral Interp. of Literature 3
THE 101 Introduction to Theatre 3
Transfer Block Compliance
Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences Majors
Composition
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
Fine Arts
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ART 101 Art History and Appreciation 3
OR    
ART 108 History of Western Art 3
OR    
MUS 105 Music Appreciation 3
OR    
THE 101 Introduction to Theatre 3
Foreign Languages
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
FRE 101 Elementary French I 4
FRE 102 Elementary French II 4
OR    
GER 101 Elementary German I 4
GER 102 Elementary German II 4
OR    
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I 4
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II 4
History
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
HIS 101 Western Civilization to 1689 3
OR    
HIS 102 Western Civilization Post-1689 3
Humanities
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 201 American Literature II 3
OR    
ENG 202 American Literature II 3
OR    
ENG 205 English Literature I 3
OR    
ENG 206 English Literature II 3
OR    
ENG 208 World Literature I 3
OR    
ENG 209 World Literature II 3
OR    
PHI 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3
OR    
PHI 110 Ethics 3
OR    
PHI 201 History of Philosophy 3
Mathematics
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
MAT 120 Finite Probability and Statistics 3
MAT 130 Elementary Calculus 3
OR    
MAT 140 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 4
MAT 141 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 4
Natural Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
BIO 101 Biological Sciences I 4
BIO 102 Biological Sciences II 4
OR    
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
CHM 111 College Chemistry II 4
OR    
PHY 201 Physics I 4
PHY 202 Physics II 4
OR    
PHY 221 University Physics I 4
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ECO 210 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 211 Microeconomics 3
AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
PSY 201 General Psychology 3
OR    
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
OR    
PSC 201 American Government 3
OR    
GEO 102 World Geography 3
General Education and Business Foundations
Accounting
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ACC 101 Principles of Accounting I 3
ACC 102 Principles of Accounting II 3
Composition
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
Foreign Languages
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
FRE 101 Elementary French I 4
FRE 102 Elementary French II 4
FRE 201 Intermediate French I 3
FRE 202 Intermediate French II 3
OR
GER 101 Elementary German I 4
GER 102 Elementary German II 4
OR
SPA 101 Elementary Spanish I 4
SPA 102 Elementary Spanish II 4
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I 3
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II 3
Humanities
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
Choose 1 course from 2 of the following 3 areas:
Literature:
ENG 205 English Literature I 3
OR
ENG 206 English Literature II 3
History:
HIS 101 Western Civilization to 1689 3
OR
HIS 102 Western Civilization Post 1689 3
Fine Arts:
ART 101 Art History and Appreciation 3
OR
MUS 105 Music Appreciation 3
Mathematics
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
MAT 130 Elementary Calculus 3
OR
MAT 140 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 4
MAT 141 Analytical Geometry and Calculus II 4
Natural Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
BIO 101 Biological Science I 4
BIO 102 Biological Science II 4
OR
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
CHM 111 College Chemistry II 4
OR
PHY 221 University Physics I 4
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ECO 210 Macroeconomics 3
ECO 211 Microeconomics 3
AND ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:
PSY 201 General Psychology 3
OR
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
OR
PSC 201 American Government 3
Engineering
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
English Composition
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
Engineering
EGR XXX   4
Humanities
HIS 101 Western Civ. To 1689 3
Mathematics
MAT 140 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 4
MAT 141 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 4
Natural Science
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
CHM 111 College Chemistry II 4
PHY 221 University Physics I 4
Sciences and Mathematics
Composition
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 101 English  Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition  II 3
Fine Arts
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ART 101 Art History and Appreciation 3
OR    
MUS 105 Music Appreciation 3
Foreign Languages
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
FRE 101 Elementary French I 4
FRE 102 Elementary French II 4
OR
GER 101 Elementary German I 4
GER 102 Elementary German II 4
Humanities
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
HIS 101 Western  Civ to 1689 3
OR
HIS 102 Western Civ Post-1689 3
AND
ENG 201 American Literature I 3
OR
ENG 202 American Literature II 3
OR
ENG 205 English Literature I 3
OR
ENG 206 English Literature I 3
OR
ENG 208 World Literature I 3
OR
ENG 209 World Literature II 3
Mathematics
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
MAT 140 Analytic  Geometry and  Calculus  I 4
MAT 141 Analytic  Geometry and  Calculus II 4
Natural Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
CHM  111 College Chemistry II 4
PHY 221 University Physics  I 4
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
*One Course from Each of Two of the Following Disciplines:
ECO 210 Macroeconomics 3
OR
ECO 211 Microeconomics 3
OR
PSY 201 General Psychology 3
OR
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3
OR    
PSC 201 American Government 3
Early Childhood, Elementary, and Special Education
Composition
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
ENG 102 English Composition II 3
Fine Arts
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ART 101 Art History and Appreciation 3
OR    
MUS 105 Music Appreciation 3
Humanities
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
ENG 208 World Literature I 3
OR    
ENG 209 World Literature II 3
AND    
HIS 101 Western Civilization to 1689 3
HIS 102 Western Civilization Post 1689 3
Mathematics
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
MAT 130 Elementary Calculus 3
OR
MAT 140 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I 4
Natural Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
BIO 101 Biological Science I 4
AND    
CHM 110 College Chemistry I 4
OR    
PHY 201 Physics I 4
Social and Behavioral Sciences
Course NumberCourse TitleHours
Choose 2 of 3:
PSC 201 American Government 3
OR
PSY 201 General Psychology 3
OR
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3

 

Robert Indrihovic
Transfer Officer
Associate in Arts Program

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Transfer Officer
Associate in Science Program

 

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