LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                TRANSFER GUIDE

Title:  General Education Requirements, Michigan State University
Code:   1190                                          Revised 09/22/11; 2/16/12   

NOT FOR USE BY MSU STUDENTS ATTENDING LCC. MSU STUDENTS MUST CONSULT WITH THEIR
MSU ADVISOR TO DETERMINE WHICH LCC COURSE/S THEY MAY TAKE.  

All bachelor's degree candidates at Michigan State University are required to
complete a series of core general education courses, regardless of which major 
is chosen.  MSU's general education requirements are:  Writing, Mathematics, 
and Integrative Studies.  Many students have additional requirements in these 
areas, depending on their majors.  

This transfer guide lists LCC courses that meet the criteria for required 
courses at Michigan State University.  While every attempt is made to present
the most accurate and up-to-date course information, please know that course 
equivalencies can change at any time.  Information provided in this transfer
guide is for incoming transfer students.  Current MSU students must consult an
academic advisor as MSU guidelines and restrictions may affect the transfer-
ability of credit.

MSU REQUIREMENTS                      LCC EQUIVALENCY OPTIONS            

English/Writing (WRA)       4 Credits    
  WRA 110                             ENGL/WRIT 122/132: 
                                      WRIT 121&124; WRIT 121&127
                      (NOTE:  An additional upper-level writing course must be completed at MSU.)
Mathematics (MTH)           4 Credits
  Note: The following approved courses meet this requirement.
  MTH 110/116/124/132/201             MATH 126,130,141,151,161,121&122,121&130,
                                           120&201&202,121&201,121&201&202,
                                           126&201&202
  STT 200,201                         STAT 170,215

                             INTEGRATIVE STUDIES
Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences (ISS)       4 Credits
  Approved equivalent to any          ANTH 270,275; CITN 282; CJUS 103,120,130,
  200-level ISS course at MSU         201,204,250; ECON 120,201,202,260; GEOG 
                                      120,121,200,202,295; GRET 205&240,210,220,
                                      221,223,241; POLS 120,121,201,260,270; 
                                      PSYC 175,180,200,202,203,209,210,221,250;
                                      SOCL 120,185,255,260
                           (NOTE:  An additional 300-level ISS course must be completed at MSU.)

Art and Humanities (IAH)    8 Credits
   A course in American history plus completion of 1 year of English Composition meets this requirement.
  4 semester credits of approved      HIST 211 or 212 with ENGL/WRIT 122/132
  equivalent to IAH 201 
                                        
  4 semester credits of approved      ARCH 141,142; ENGL 201,202,203,205,208,
  equivalent to any IAH course        211,212,220,240,255,256,260,266,267,270,  
                                      290; HIST 150,214,230,240,250,260,271;
                                      HUMS 120,125,140,160,211,212,213,214,215, 
                                      225,260,265; LEGL 121; MUSC 240,241; 
                                      PHIL 152,153,211,212,260,295; SDEV 237; 
                                      RELG 241,242; WRIT 127,270,280
General Science:            8 Credits
  Biological Science (ISB)  3 Credits
  Approved equivalent to any          BIOL 120,121,127,128,145,202,203,204,210,
  200-level ISB course at MSU         260,265,270,275,276; ISCI 122
  Physical Science (ISP)    3 Credits
  Approved equivalent to any          ASTR 201; CHEM 125,135,151,152,161,162,
  200-level ISP course at MSU         182&192,251,252,262,272; GEOL 221,222,230;
                                      ISCI 121,131; PHYS 120,221,222,251,252

  Science Laboratory        2 Credits 
  Bolded courses above meet the MSU ISB/ISP lab requirements. Underlined courses 
  above may apply toward the ISB/ISP lab requirements for selected majors under 
  the Approved Alternative Track.  Students should consult with a MSU Admissions
  Representative or a MSU Program Advisor regarding lab choice.  
NOTES:
1. LCC courses not appearing on this guide should be checked for transfer-
   ability to Michigan State University.
2. Due to ongoing changes, MSU encourages prospective transfer students to
   to become familiar with the following MSU resource websites:
   a) The MSU Office of Admissions website is the "front door" for information
      regarding Transfer Admissions. It contains links to information including 
      transfer admissions criteria, integrative studies requirements, the 
      searchable Transfer MSU database, and transfer admission deadlines:
      http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/transfer.asp. 
   b) Academic Programs is the listing of MSU academic programs, policies and 
      related information:
      http://www.reg.msu.edu/AcademicPrograms/. 
      Use keyword search to locate a specific academic program area.
   c) Transfer students are encouraged to use the Transfer MSU searchable 
      transfer credit equivalency system to identify courses that may transfer 
      to MSU.  Students may search for an equivalency by the MSU course name 
      and code or by the LCC course name and code.
      http://transfer.msu.edu.
   d) This Office of Admissions website contains information regarding  
      additional admissions requirements for MSU limited enrollment majors:
      http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/transfer_limitedEnrollment.asp. 
   e) Degree Navigator is a flexible, undergraduate advising and degree-audit 
      tool.  It helps the students and advisor work together to manage your 
      degree progress.
      https://degnav.msu.edu/AppLogin.asp. 

       VISIT THE MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.msu.edu.
                                                                                  
Effective from Fall 2010 through Summer 2011