LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Special Education, Secondary, Central Michigan University
Curriculum Code: 0678                                                              

                        			    Semester   Semester
Code       Title        			    Credits    Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 34 Credits
EDUC 220   Introduction to Education (See Note 5b)	3	ALL
EDUC 228   Technology in Education (See Note 5f)     	3   	ALL
EDUC 230   Intro to Special Education    		3    	ALL
EDUC 280   Teacher Education Practicum (See Notes 4,7)  3    	F,SP
MATH 112   Intermediate Algebra (See Note 5d)       	4    	ALL
POLS 120   American Political System     		4    	All
PSYC 200   Introduction to Psychology    		4    	ALL
PSYC 205   Human Growth and Development    		3     	ALL
SPCH 130   Fund of Public Speaking (See Note 5d)     	3   	ALL
WRIT 121   Composition I (See Note 5c)     	 	4   	ALL

LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 13 Credits
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  General Education - MACRAO 9 Credits (See Note 4)
           Humanities          5
           Nat Science w/Lab   4 
CHOICE 2:  Writing/English 4 Credits (See Note 5c)
ENGL 122   Writ About Literature & Ideas    		4     	ALL
WRIT 122   Composition II      				4     	ALL

ELECTIVES Total: 15 Credits (See Note 6)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses as indicated.

                                                             TOTAL CREDITS 62
NOTES:
1. This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement
   between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Central Michigan University (CMU)
   that facilitates the transfer of LCC semester credits to the CMU Bachelor of 
   Science in Education program with a Secondary Special Education emphasis.
   Students are required to complete a minimum of 60 credits at CMU toward their
   degree. This articulated agreement does not have a specified expiration date. 
2. Admission to the CMU College of Education is a two-step process:  students
   must first apply for admission to CMU, and then apply for admission to the
   Teacher Education Program.
3. A program that facilitates early admission into Teacher Education at CMU
   is available. Visit LCC Teacher Preparation for additional information.  
4. See the MACRAO Transfer Agreement guide for appropriate LCC course selection.
5. Requirements for admission to Teacher Education at CMU:
   a. Minimum GPA of 2.70 or higher calculated at the time of admission;
   b. Completions of EDUC 220 with a minimum grade of 3.0;
   c. Completion of WRIT 121 with a minimum grade of 2.70; and a 2.0 or better
      in WRIT/ENGL 122.
   d. Completion of both MATH 112 and SPCH 130 with minimum grades of 2.0;
   e. Passing scores of all three sections (Reading-Math-Writing) of the Michigan
      Basic Skills Test (#96). Recommended prior to transfer and required by the 
      Michigan Department of Education. Registration at www.mttc.nesinc.com. 
      Fee for this commercial test. Request that scores be sent to CMU.  
   f. Completion of EDUC 228 with a minimum grade of 2.30.
6. Select major/minor courses as advised by a CMU admissions counselor.
7. EDUC 280 requires a criminal background check prior to enrolling in this 
   course. See http://www.lcc.edu/as/teachprep/background_check.aspx for
   instructions. 
8. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
   requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details. 
9. This transfer guide requires basic skill levels in mathematics, reading, and 
   writing. To determine accurate course placement, students should take the 
   Computerized Placement Tests in the LCC Assessment Center (GB 200) prior to
   registration. For testing hours call (517) 267-5500.
 
For further information and advising, contact the CMU Teacher Education Student
Services at (989) 774-3308; or the Central Michigan University Admissions Office,
(888) 292-5366/(989) 774-3076 or e-mail cmuadmit@cmich.edu. 

     VISIT THE CENTRAL MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.cmich.edu.
                                                                                   
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014