LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  General Education Requirements, Clark Atlanta University
Curriculum Code: 0651                                                              

The General Education Requirements for Clark Atlanta University are listed below:

CAU Requirements

Credits

LCC Equivalents

Credits

College Composition

CENG 105, 106 College Compositions I, II

6


WRIT 121, 122 Composition I, II


8

Foreign Language – Two courses in the same Foreign Language at the Intermediate (200) level

6

 


FREN/GRMN/JAPN/SPAN 201, 202


8

History

CHIS 201, 202 – The United States, Africa and the World I, II

6


No direct equivalent – Check with CAU for additional options

 

Humanities – One course from:

·         CART 150 Art Appreciation

·         CHUM 228 Early Period to 1914

·         CHUM 230 Modern Period: World War I to present

 

·         CMUS 120 Music Appreciation

·         CSTA 252 Theatre Appreciation

3

 

ARTS 130 Masterpieces of Art & Music

HUMS 213 World Civilizations to 1600

HUMS 214 World Civilizations from 1600

 

No LCC equivalent

THEA 110 Introduction to Theatre

 

4

4

4

 

 

 

3

Computer Literacy

CIS 101 Info Technology & Computer Applications

3

 

 

CITF 110 Intro Computer Info Systems

 

 

3

Literature – One course from:

·         CENG 201 World Literature I

·         CENG 202 World Literature II

3

 

ENGL 211 World Literature I

ENGL 212 World Literature II

 

4

4

Mathematics – Two courses from the following sequences (the Department specifies the required sequence)

·         CMAT 103, 104 Algebra I, II

·         CMAT 105, 106 Pre-Calculus I,II

·         CMAT 111, 112 Calculus I,II

 

 

 

6

6

8

 

 

 

No LCC equivalent

MATH 121, 122 Precalculus I, II

MATH 151, 152 Calculus I, II

 

 

 

 

8

8

Philosophy/Religion – One course from:

·         CPHI 105 Critical Thinking

 

·         CPHI 221 Intro to Philosophy

·         CPHI 231 Ethics & Human Values

·         CREL 101 The Biblical Heritage

·         CREL 103 or 104 African American Religions Experiences

·         CREL 211 Intro to Religious Studies

·         CREL Comparative Religion

·         CREL 251 Religious Ethics

·         CHI 421 Philosophies of the African Continent

3

 



PHIL 151 Intro to Logic & Critical Thinking

No LCC equivalent

PHIL 152 Introduction to Ethics

No LCC equivalent

No LCC equivalent

 No LCC equivalent

RELG 150 Intro to World Religions

No LCC equivalent

No LCC equivalent

 



4

 

4

 

 

 

 

4

Physical Education – One course from:

·         CPED 101, 102 Physical Educ

 

 

·         MSC 110 Orientation: The Military Role in Perspective

·         NS 110, 111 Naval Science Drill

 

 

PFSP 102, 103; PFSP 109, 110; PFSP 126; PFFT 100, 101, 102, 103, 109, 113, 120; PFAQ 100, 101, 104

MILS 110 Army Leadership & Office Dev

 

 No LCC equivalent

 

1

 

 

1

Psychology

·         CPSY 211 General Psychology

·         CPSY 218 Human Growth & Development

·         CEDU 310 Education Psychology

3

 

PSYC 200 Intro to Psychology

PSYC 205 Human Growth & Development

EDUC 204 Educational Psychology

 

4

3

3

Science – Two courses from the following sequences (the Departments specify the sequence)

·         CBIO 101 Biological Science and

·         CPHY 102 Physical Science

·         CBIO 111, 112 General Biology I, II

·         CCHE 111, 112, General Chem I,II

·         CPHY 111, 112 General and Modern Physics

 

 

 

4

4

8

6

8

 

 

 

ISCI 122 Integrated Science for Educ II

ISCI 121 Integrated Science for Educ I

BIOL 127, 128 Cell, Organismal Biology

CHEM 151, 152 General Chemistry I, II

PHYS 221, 222 Introductory Physics I,II

 

 

 

 

4

4

8

7

8

Social Science – One course from:

·         CSOC 105 Culture and Society

·         CPSC 106 Politics and Global Issues

·         CECO 107 Intro to Economics

3

 

SOCL 120 Introduction to Sociology

POLS 201 Intro to Political Science

ECON 201 Principles of Economics I

 

4

3

4

Speech

·         CSTA 101 Fundamentals of Speech

 

3

 

SPCH 130 Fund  of Public Speaking

 

3

First Year Seminar – Two semesters required for all first year students and transfer  students with twenty-eight (28) or fewer credit hours

·         CGED 100, 101 First Year Seminar I, II

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

 No LCC equivalent

 

ELECTIVES  Total:  1-5 Credits  (See Note 2)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses as indicated.

                                                               TOTAL CREDITS  60
NOTES:
1. This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement between 
   Lansing Community College and the Atlanta University Center (Clark Atlanta
   University, Morehouse College, and Spelman College). This agreement 
   facilitates the transfer of eligible LCC credits into a Clark Atlanta 
   University baccalaureate degree program for qualified LCC students. Students 
   planning to transfer to CAU are asked to contact Tonjala Eaton, Academic 
   Advisor, at (517) 483-1053 or eatont2@lcc.edu. This agreement does not have a
   specified expiration date.
2. Students are encouraged to meet with the individual listed in Note 1 when 
   making course selections.
3. Admission Requirements
   a. Minimum cumulative grade point average for transfer - 2.5
   b. Minimum of 58 semester hours of eligible transfer credit.  Courses with
      grades less than 2.0 will not transfer.
   c. Application deadlines:  Fall - March 1; Spring - November 1.
   d. Courses that are more than eight (8) years old will not transfer.  
4. Students who complete the coursework for this transfer guide may be eligible 
   to receive an LCC Associate Degree. Please contact Tonjala Eaton for 
   for additional information (see Note 1). Students seeking an LCC associate 
   degree must fulfill specific graduation requirements. See the LCC Catalog
   for details.
5. 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, see the CAU Admissions website, or contact 
Dr. Cynthia Clem, Executive Director for the CAU Center for Leadership, 
Academics, and Student Success, at (404) 880-8184 or cclem@cau.edu; Clark Atlanta
University, Atlanta GA  30314, (404) 880-8000.

        VISIT THE CLARK ATLANTA UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.cau.edu. 
                                                                                   
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014