LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Engineering, Kettering University 
Curriculum Code: 0485                                                              

                        			   Semester   Semester
Code       Title        			   Credits    Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 55 Credits
BIOL 127   Cell Biology (See Note 6)        		4 	ALL
CHEM 151   Gen Chemistry Lecture I      		4       ALL
CHEM 161   Gen Chemistry Lab I (See Note 6)     	1     	ALL
CHEM 182   Introductory Organic Chemistry      		3       ALL
CHEM 192   Intro Organic Chem Lab       		1     	ALL
MATH 151   Calculus I          				4     	ALL
MATH 152   Calculus II         				4    	ALL
MATH 253   Calculus III        				4     	ALL
MATH 254   Intro to Differential Equation    		4    	ALL
MATH 260   Linear Algebra (See Note 7)     		4     	SP
METD 220   Basic Unigraphics/NX (See Note 8)       	4   	F,SP
PHYS 251   Physics I: Mechanics           		5       F,SP
PHYS 252   Physics II:Electrom/Wave/Optic       	5     	F,SP
STAT 215   Intro to Probability and Stats (See Note 6)  4   	F,SP
WRIT 121   Composition I (See Note 9)      		4     	ALL

LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 12 Credits
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  Economic Principles    4 Credits
ECON 201   Principles of Economics-Micro    		4       ALL
ECON 202   Principles of Economics-Macro    		4       ALL
CHOICE 2:  Humanities     4 Credits
ENGL 211   World Literature I         			4       F
ENGL 212   World Literature II        			4     	SP 
ARTS 130   Masterpieces of Art and Music    		4      	ALL
ARTS 211   Art History to the Renaissance    		4      	ALL
ARTS 212   Art Hist from the Renaissance    		4    	ALL
PHIL 211   Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval    		4   	F,SP
PHIL 212   Philosophy: Modern & Contempry    		4    	F,SP
CHOICE 3:  Sociology 4 Credits (See Note 10)

                                                           TOTAL CREDITS 67
NOTES:
1.  This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement 
    between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Kettering University that 
    facilitates the transfer of LCC students to Kettering. This articulated 
    agreement expires Spring 2014. 
2.  The Co-Op Engineering Program leads to a BS in Engineering degree.  Designed 
    for four and one half years, it may vary. Majors include: Electrical, 
    Computer, Industrial, and Mechanical.
3.  Admission requirements to Kettering University - 
    a. Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA in all LCC courses; an overall 3.0 GPA in 
       required science, math, and English;  and a minimum 2.5 GPA in each 
       category. Grades below 2.0 do not transfer to Kettering University.
    b. Demonstrated ability to carry a full-time load of courses. For at least 
       one semester prior to transfer students must maintain a minimum full-time 
       load of four courses with a 3.0 GPA to include at least one of each
       transferable science, math and general education courses.  
    c. Students may apply to Kettering University early in the program. A high
       school transcript is required of students who have earned less than 30
       semester credits. Students completing all of the courses listed, within 
       five years of beginning at LCC, will be accepted with Sophomore II 
       standing.
4.  Co-Op Work Experience - At Kettering University all students participate in 
    paid professional cooperative education work experiences. Students alternate 
    terms of full-time study with terms of full-time co-op employment.
    Transfer students who enroll with Junior I or higher status must complete a 
    minimum of three (3) co-op terms plus two thesis terms. Transfer students
    who enroll with Sophomore I status must complete a minimum of four (4) co-op
    terms, three of them after attaining Junior status, plus two thesis terms.
    Transfer students entering at less than Sophomore status must complete five 
    (5) co-op terms, three of them after attaining Junior status plus two thesis 
    terms.  Work experiences gained prior to transfer that may be suitable as 
    co-op can be evaluated by the Kettering University Cooperative Education 
    Office. While Kettering does not award academic credit for co-op experiences,
    prior experiences may reduce the number of co-op terms required for
    graduation.
5.  Students may request a co-op while attending LCC.  For information, contact
    LCC Co-Op Coordinator who will work with the Kettering University Cooperative
    Education Staff to identify and recruit companies for participation in the 
    co-op program. These companies may be existing LCC or Kettering University
    affiliates, or may be unaffiliated companies. Co-op placement must be agreed
    upon by the company, student, LCC, and Kettering University. To provide
    potential co-op employers with evidence of post-secondary academic abilities,
    students must complete 15 semester credits full-time academic study or 30
    semester credits part-time prior to beginning the LCC co-op.
    Co-op work experience options while attending LCC:
    a. Full-time co-op assignment of 40 hours/week for a minimum of 10 weeks/400
       hours (usually the summer between the freshman and sophomore years).
    b. Part-time work assignment for a total of 400 hours.
6.  This course may be used as a Science or Free Elective.
7.  This course is required for the EE Program.  May be used as a Free Elective.
8.  This course is not required for EE or CE Programs.  May be used as a Free 
    Elective.
9.  Students may substitute WRIT 121 with WRIT 131, or ENGL/WRIT 122/132.
10. To fulfill the sociology requirement, select four credits from:  ANTH 270;
    GEOG 200; HUMS 213,214; POLS 260,270; SOCL 120,255.
11. Students who complete the coursework on this transfer guide may be eligible 
    to receive an LCC Associate Degree. Please contact Academic Advising Center
    for additional information. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must 
    fulfill specific graduation requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
12. 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 Michael J. Mosher, Transfer  
Coordinator, at (810) 762-9583 or mmosher@kettering.edu; Kettering University, 
1700 West University Avenue, Flint MI 48504-4898, (800) 955-4464.
 
        VISIT KETTERING UNIVERSITY'S WEBSITE AT http://www.kettering.edu.
                                                                                   
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014