LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  General Education Requirements, Morgan State University
             Out-Of-State (Baltimore, MD) Transfer Program
Curriculum Code: 1279                                                             

The following are Lansing Community College courses which may be used to
satisfy or partially satisfy the general education requirements at Morgan
State University, located in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
MORGRAN STATE UNIV GENERAL EDUCATION     LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Categories and Credits                   Select course/s from:       
 
Language Arts and Critical Thinking Skills - 9 Credits
 (Select three courses)                  WRIT 121, 122; PHIL 151
 
Humanities - 9 Credits
 (Select two courses from a)             a. ENGL 211 & 212
 (Select one course from b)              b. MUSC 240; PHIL 152; RELG 211/212
                                            or a Foreign Language 122 or higher

Social/Behavioral Sciences - 9 Credits
 (Select two courses from a)             a. HIST 211 & 212 -or- HUMS 213 & 214
 (Select one course from b)              b. ANTH 270; ECON 201/202; GEOG 200;  
                                            PSYC 200; SOCL 120

Biological/Physical Sciences - 8 Credits
 (Select one course from a)              a. BIOL 127
 (Select one course from b)              b. CHEM 135/151; PHYS 221

Mathematics - 4 Credits              
 (Select one course)                     MATH 112, 120 or higher

Health Education - 2 Credits             PFHW 163

Computer Literacy, Technology, - 2 Credits  
 (Select one course)                     CITF 110

Physical Education Activity Course - 1 Credit
 (Select one course)                     PFAQ, PFDA, PFSP, PFWT

                                                     MINIMUM TOTAL CREDITS  44
NOTES:
1. This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement
   between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Morgan State University (MSU). 
   This agreement facilitates the transfer of eligible LCC credits into a MSU
   baccalaureate degree program for qualified LCC students. Students planning 
   to enroll in a program that will transfer to Morgan State University are 
   asked to Tonjala Eaton, Academic Advisor, at (517) 483-1053 or by email at
   eatont2@lcc.edu. This agreement expires Fall 2014.
2. LCC courses other than those appearing on this guide should be checked for 
   transferability to the four-year institution.
3. Morgan State University admissions process:
   a. The student must request entry into Morgan State University's Student
      Transfer Admissions Program (STAP) no later than the first semester of
      course work at LCC and provide a signed letter of transfer intent.  This
      form is available in the articulation agreement.
   b. Students must maintain a minimum of a 2.50 grade point average.
   c. Students will submit a high school and an LCC transcript along with SAT or
      ACT scores to MSU. An SAT score of 900 or higher, or an ACT score of 19 or 
      higher is required for admission to MSU.  Students who have been out of 
      school for three consecutive years or more will be exempt from providing
      SAT/ACT scores to MSU.
   d. Students will complete an AA or AS degree at LCC or complete the courses
      included on this transfer guide prior to transfer to MSU.
   e. Students will apply for transfer acceptance utilizing the regular MSU 
      process within the established deadline dates.  The MSU application and 
      admission fee is waived for STAP students.
   f. Upon acceptance, the STAP student will be invited to pre-register for 
      MSU classes ahead of traditional transfer students.
4. Students must transfer to MSU within three years of joining the Transfer 
   Admissions Program.  This will enable students to follow the degree
   requirements at Morgan State University upon entrance to Lansing Community
   College. If an extended period is anticipated, the student should contact
   an MSU transfer counselor.
5. MSU will transfer up to a maximum of 70 LCC credits. 
6. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
   requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
7. 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 Sherlease Queen, Articulation 
Specialist for MSU at (443) 885-3585.  Morgan State University is located at 
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore MD 21251.

       VISIT THE MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.morgan.edu.
                                                                                  
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014