LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE TRANSFER GUIDE Curriculum: General Education Requirements, Bennett College Curriculum Code: 1525 The following is a guide for students who wish to begin their coursework at Lansing Community College and transfer into any program at Bennett College. Bennett College is a four-year liberal arts women's college in Greensboro, North Carolina. Founded in 1873, this historically black institution began as a normal school to provide education to newly emancipated salves. It became a women's college in 1926 and currently serves roughly 600 undergraduates.
Bennett College Requirements LCC Course Equivalents English/Speech 9 credit hours Literature & Writing WRIT 121; WRIT/ENGL 122 Speech SPCH 120 Foreign Language 6 credit hours (sequential) FREN/SPAN 121,122,201,202 Art/Music/Theatre 3 credit hours Art No equivalent Music MUSC 199 Theatre THEA 110 Philosophy/Religion/Ethics 3 credit hours Philosophy PHIL 151 Ethics PHIL 152 Religion No equivalent History 6 credit hours 100-200 level history courses HIST 150,210,211,212,214; HUMS 213,214 Biology 4 credit hours BIOL 120,127 Science Electives 3-4 credit hours CHEM 151; CITD 250; CITF 110; ISCI 131; PHYS 221,251 Computer Science 3 credit hours CITF 110 Mathematics 6 credit hours (selected per curriculum pattern) MATH 120,121,130 Social Science Electives 3 credit hours ECON 201,202; POLS 120,201; PSYC 200; SOCL 120 Health/Physical Education 4 credit hours Health PFHW 163 Physical Education PFAQ 100,101; PFFT 100,101,102,103, 109,113,120; PFSP 102,103,126 Orientation 1 credit hour No equivalent
NOTES: 1. This transfer guide represents the Articulation (partnership) Agreement between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Bennett College (BC). This agreement facilitates the transfer of eligible LCC credits into a Bennett College baccalaureate degree program for qualified LCC students. Students planning to enroll in a program that will transfer to Bennett College are encouraged to contact the LCC/HBCU Coordinator (see below). This articulated agreement expires in January 2014. 2. Admissions and Academic Requirements: a. A minimum 2.0 GPA and good standing. b. No course with a grade below 2.0 will transfer. c. A minimum of 58 transferable semester hours is required for junior status. 3. Forty hours of volunteer community service (which may be fulfilled over the four years of study) is also required. For further information and advising, contact Tonajala Eaton, Academic Advisor at (517) 483-1053 or firstname.lastname@example.org. VISIT THE BENNETT COLLEGE WEBSITE AT http://www.bennett.edu/index.htm. Effective from Fall 2012 through Summer 2013