TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Child and Family Development, Western Michigan University
             Online Transfer Program
Curriculum Code: 1086                                                              

                        			    Semester  Semester
Code       Title        			    Credits   Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 54 Credits
CHDV 100   Foundations Early Childhood Ed     		3      	ALL
CHDV 101   Child Growth/Develop: 0-10 Yrs (See Note 3)  4     	ALL
CHDV 111   Child Guidance/Communication     		4    	F,SP
CHDV 112   Fam Relation/Early Child Prog    		3    	F,SP
CHDV 220   Preschool Curr/Learn Environ    		4    	F,SP
CHDV 221   Infant-Toddler Prog Develop    		4    	F,SP
CHDV 230   Early Childood Center Admin    		3    	F,SP
CHDV 284   Early Childhood Practicum      		6     	SP
ENGL 208   Children's Literature (See Note 3)     	4   	ALL
ISCI 121   Integrated Sci for Education I (See Note 3)	4 	F,SP
MATH 112   Intermediate Algebra      			4     	ALL
SOCL 120   Introduction to Sociology (See Note 3)    	4    	ALL
SPCH 130   Fund of Public Speaking     			3    	ALL
WRIT 121   Composition I (See Notes 3,4)      		4    	ALL

Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  Professional Related 1-2 Credits (See Note 5)
CHDV 113   Health/Safety: Early Child Prog    		2     	SP
CHDV 189   Help Children Value Diversity     		1     	F
CHOICE 2:  Teacher/Director 2 Credits
CHDV 188   Inclusion: Early Ch Special Need    		2    	F,SP
CHDV 222   School-Age: Out of School Care     		2	F
CHDV 240   Behavior Challenges: Erly Ch Ed     		2     	SP
CHOICE 3:  English Composition 4 Credits (See Notes 3,4)
ENGL 122   Writ About Literature & Ideas    		4    	ALL
WRIT 122   Composition II      				4    	ALL
CHOICE 4:  Humanities 4 Credits (See Note 2)

                                                           MINIMUM TOTAL 65
1. This transfer guide represents the Articulation (partnership) Agreement
   between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Western Michigan University (WMU).
   This agreement facilitates the transfer of students completing the LCC
   Associate in Applied Arts Child Development and Early Education program to a
   degree completion program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Child and 
   Family Development at WMU. LCC students must be admitted to WMU prior 
   to acceptance into the Family Studies program. Completion of the WMU program
   will NOT lead to a Michigan Department of Education teacher certification. 
   This articulated agreement does not have a specified expiration date. 
2. See the MACRAO Transfer Agreement for appropriate LCC courses.  
3. This is a MACRAO Agreement requirement. Two additional 3000-4000 level 
   General Education courses are required and will be completed at WMU.  
4. Students may substitute WRIT 131 for WRIT 121 and ENGL/WRIT 132 for ENGL/WRIT
5. In addition to the courses listed, any CHDV course not listed as a requirement
   may be used to fulfill Choice 1.
6. WMU requires all students to satisfactorily complete the Intellectual Skills
   Program requirements. Students transferring the LCC courses listed above in 
   the "Requirements" section meet the writing, reading and quantification
   Intellectual Skills requirements. The Department of Family and Consumer 
   Sciences requires that computer course FCS 2250 be completed at WMU for this 
7. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
   requirements. Completion of this guide meets the requirements for the LCC
   Early Education AAA degree. See the LCC Catalog for details.
8. 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 Wendee Hooker, LCC Child
Development and Early Education Program, HHS 108, (517) 483-1141 or e-mail at; or Linda Dove, WMU Family and Consumer Sciences, at (269) 
387-3716, or on the web at 

Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014