TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Elementary Education, Western Michigan University
Curriculum Code: 1374                                                              

                        		     	      Semester  Semester
Code       Title        		     	      Credits   Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 56 Credits
ANTH 270   Cultural Anthropology     			3     	ALL
BIOL 229   Nature Study for Educators    		4     	F,SP
EDUC 204   Educational Psychology     			3     	ALL
EDUC 226   Reading in Elementary School  (See Note 3)   3     	F,SP
EDUC 228   Technology in Education    			3      	F,SP
EDUC 280   Teacher Education Practicum (See Note 3)   	3     	F,SP
GEOG 120   Introduction to Geography     		3       F
ISCI 121   Integrated Sci for Education I    		4    	F,SP
ISCI 122   Integrate Sci for Education II   		4    	F,SP
MATH 112   Intermediate Algebra       			4   	ALL
MATH 201   Math for Elementary Teachers I     		4     	F,SP
MATH 202   Math for Elementary Teacher II    		4    	F,SP
POLS 120   American Political System     		4     	ALL
PSYC 205   Human Growth and Development    		3    	ALL
THEA 110   Introduction to Theatre    			3    	ALL
WRIT 121   Composition I       				4     	ALL

Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  Art/Music 3 Credits
ARTS 240   Art for Elementary Teachers    		3     	ALL
MUSC 200   Music Fund for Elemen Teachers    		3     	SP
CHOICE 2:  English 4 Credits (See Note 4)
ENGL 122   Writ About Literature & Ideas    		4    	ALL
WRIT 122   Composition II      				4    	ALL
CHOICE 3:  Humanities 8 Credits (See Note 4)
HIST 211   U.S. History to 1877     			4      	ALL
HIST 212   U.S. History: 1877 to Present     		4   	ALL
CHOICE 4:  Science 4-5 Credits (See Note 5)
Subchoice 4A:
ASTR 201   Introductory Astronomy     			4     	ALL
Subchoice 4B:
CHEM 151   General Chemistry Lecture I      		4    	ALL
CHEM 161   General Chemistry Lab I      		1    	ALL
CHOICE 5:  Health and Well-being 2 Credits (See Note 6)

ELECTIVES Total: 4-11 Credits (See Notes 7,8)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses of your choice.

                                                            TOTAL CREDITS 81
1.  This transfer guide represents the Articulation (partnership) Agreement 
    between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Western Michigan University 
    (WMU).  Completion of the courses listed on this guide will meet the 
    requirements for the LCC Associate of Arts degree in Education with the 
    MACRAO endorsement. This articulated agreement does not have a specified 
    expiration date. 
2.  For admission to the Professional Elementary Education Program at WMU 
    students completing the LCC courses listed on this guide must also meet the 
    following requirements:
    a. Earn a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or better.
    b. Earn passing scores on the Michigan test for Teacher Certification (MTTC)
       Basic Skills section.
    c. Completion of a LiveScan background check.
    d. Submit a WMU College of Education admissions application (available at  
3.  Must complete both EDUC 280 and 226 to receive WMU credit.   
4.  Students must select two additional minors chosen from: Social Studies,
    Language Arts, Math or Science.  HIST 211 and 212 apply toward the Social 
    Studies minor; ENGL/WRIT 122 apply toward the Language Arts minor.
    ENGL 208 or 260 apply toward the Language Arts minor.  
5.  Students seeking a science minor should take ASTR 201 and CHEM 151 and 161.
6.  Two semester credits of health and well-being courses are required for
    graduation from WMU. Select from PFFT 114 or PFHW 163.
7.  Students may take one additional course toward chosen minor: Social Science 
    minor - HIST 111/112 and GEOG 202; Science minor - ASTR 201 or CHEM 151&161.
8.  Students wishing to earn an LCC Associate Degree in Elementary Education 
    must also take EDUC 220 and SOCL 120. 
9.  Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
    requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
10. 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 the WMU College of Education and 
Human Development Advising Office at (269) 387-3474, or
online at 

Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014