LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                TRANSFER GUIDE

Title:  General Education Requirements, Western Michigan University
Code:   1182                                                                     

DISTRIBUTION - One course required from each area, including two at WMU 
                 (See Note 5)
AREA I     Fine Arts - Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:
           ARTS 130, 211, 212			    MUSC 240,241,246,247
	   ENGL 201,202,203,240; HUMS 140  	    THEA 110                                   
AREA II    Humanities - Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:
           ENGL 208,212,220,245,266,290             PHIL 152,153,211,212,260
           HUMS 160,260                             RELG 211,212,241,242
AREA III   The U.S.:  Cultures and Issues - Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:
           ENGL 260,270                             HUMS 215; POLS 120
           HIST 150,210,211,212                     SOCL 185,260
AREA IV    Other Cultures and Civilizations
           Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:
           ANTH 270; ENGL 211                       HUMS 125,213,214
           HIST 214,240,250,260                     RELG 250
AREA V     Social and Behavioral Sciences - Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:  
           ANTH 276                                 HIST 220,230,271
           BUSN 118                                 POLS 201,260,270,271
           ECON 120,201,202,260                     PSYC 200
           GEOG 120,200,202                         SOCL 120,255
AREA VI    Natural Sciences with Lab - Minimum of 4-5 semester credits:         
           ASTR 201                                 GEOG 121; GEOL 221,222
           BIOL 120,121,125,127,128,260             ISCI 121,122,131,275
           CHEM 135,151&161                         PHYS 120,221,251
AREA VII   Natural Science and Technology:
           Applications and Implications - Minimum of 3-4 semester credits:
           ANTH 275; BIOL 210;			     METM 100;              
           GEOL 230;                                 PHIL 265;
AREA VIII  Health and Well-being - Minimum of 2 semester credits:
           PFFT 114; PFHW 163

PROFICIENCIES - Required minimums noted:
           1. College-level writing course (one course):  
              ENGL 122,132; WRIT 121,122,124,131,132
           2. Baccalaureate-level writing course:  Will be completed at WMU.
           3. College-level mathematics or quantitative reasoning
              (one course):
              MATH 118,119,120,121,122,126,130,141,151,161,201; STAT 170
           4. Enhance or develop another proficiency in one of these
              seven areas:
              A. Advanced writing, (3-4 credits) Not available at LCC.
              B. Math/quantitative reasoning, (3-4 credits) 
                 MATH 141,151,161,202; STAT 215
              C. Critical thinking, (3-4 credits) PHIL 151
              D. Oral communication, (3-4 credits) SPCH 130,140
              E. American Sign Language (3-4 credits)  SIGN 161
              F. Computer programming and applications, (3-4 credits) 
                 CITP 110; CPSC 227,230,231   (See Note 6)
              G. Foreign language proficiency to include at least two
                 semesters of college-level study, (6-8 credits) 
                 FREN/GRMN/JAPN/SPAN 121,122,201,202
NOTES:
1.  The WMU General Education Program requires a minimum of 37 credits, not 
    counting the baccalaureate-level writing course proficiency.
2.  To complete the freshman-sophomore General Education requirements, LCC
    transfer students must present transcripts that indicate "MACRAO Agreement
    Satisfied" or have completed 29-31 credits from the LCC courses listed.
3.  No more than two courses from one department may be used to satisfy 
    distribution requirements.
4.  Proficiencies #1 and #3 must be satisfied before registering for 3000+ 
    level WMU courses.
5.  After transferring, students fulfilling Note 2 above will need only to 
    complete the junior-senior requirement of two (2) 3000-4000 level courses 
    (6-8 hours) in the distribution areas and Proficiency 2 at WMU.
6.  Computer course requirements only exist for specific curricula, majors, or 
    minors, as determined by the departments.  
7.  Courses with grades less than "C"(2.0) will not transfer.     
8.  LCC courses other than those appearing on this guide should be checked for 
    transferability to the four-year institution.

For further information and advising, contact Ken Schaefer, WMU Office of 
Admissions, Seibert Administration Bldg., Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5211, (269) 
387-2000 or by e-mail kenneth.schaefer@wmich.edu; or on the Internet at 
http://www.wmich.edu/admissions/transfer/index.html.   

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Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014