TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Technology Management, Eastern Michigan University
	     3+1 Transfer Program
Curriculum Code: 1551                                                              

                        		     Semester Semester
Code       Title        		     Credits   Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 24 Credits
ECON 201   Principles of Economics-Micro    	4     	ALL
ECON 202   Principles of Economics-Macro    	4   	ALL
MATH 112   Intermediate Algebra      		4    	ALL
MATH 130   Finite Math w/College Algebra        4   	ALL
WRIT 121   Composition I (See Note 8)     	4   	ALL
WRIT 122   Composition II      			4   	ALL

Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  MACRAO Requirements 16 Credits
           Humanities (See Notes 2,9)  	 8  
           Science w/Lab (See Note 2)    4  
           Social Science (See Note 10)  4  
CHOICE 2:  Computer Technology 3 Credits
CITA 110   Intro to Microsoft Office     	3    	ALL
CITF 110   Intro Computer Info Systems    	3    	ALL
METD 105   PC Applications for Technology    	3    	ALL
CHOICE 3:  Technical Concentration 30-46 Credits (See Note 11)

ELECTIVES Total: 5-21 Credits (See Notes 2,3)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses of your choice.

                                                             TOTAL CREDITS 94
1.  This transfer guide supports an Articulation (partnership) Agreement between
    Lansing Community College (LCC) and Eastern Michigan University (EMU), which
    facilitates the transfer of LCC credits toward completion of a Bachelor of 
    Science in Technology Management. This guide includes courses from an LCC
    approved technical program (see Note 3), allowing students to simultaneously
    earn an LCC Associate Degree while preparing to transfer to EMU. This 
    agreement is currently under review.
2.  See the MACRAO Transfer Agreement for appropriate LCC courses. Only courses
    in which at least a 2.0 is received will be applied to MACRAO by LCC and 
    accepted for transfer to EMU. 
3.  In completing this coordinated program of study, course substitutions should 
    be made with the guidance of the EMU and LCC Program Advisors to assure that 
    all graduation requirements are satisfied at both institutions. Approved LCC
    programs are:  Alternative Energy Technology; Architectural Technology; 
    Auto Collision Repair; Automotive Technology; Aviation; Civil Technology; 
    Computer Graphics; Computer Information Technology; Computer Numerical Control;
    Criminal Justice; Digital Media, Electrical Technology; Emergency Medical
    Services; Fire Science Technology; Geographic Information Systems; Graphic
    Design; Heat & AC/Building Maintenance; Heavy Equipment Repair Technology;  
    Manufacturing Engineering Technology; Nursing; Paramedic; Photographic
    Imaging Technologies; Radiologic Technology; Surgical Technology; Welding
    Technology; and other programs approved by the Program Coordinator.  
4.  Student's transcripts endorsed as "MACRAO Satisfied" by LCC will be required
    to meet the three EMU general education requirements listed below.  These
    requirements may be completed before or after admission to EMU:
    a. an approved course in Quantitative Reasoning: MATH 130 at LCC
    b. an approved course in Global Awareness or U.S. Diversity: met by CHOICE 1
    c. an approved Learning Beyond the Classroom course or experience: fulfilled
       at EMU only
    To use MACRAO, the student must request a MACRAO evaluation of their
    transcript by the LCC Registrar's Office. Students who do not satisfy MACRAO
    will have to complete the EMU General Education Requirements.
5.  Under this agreement, EMU will waive the 60-hour rule and require that a 
    minimum of 30 credit hours must be completed at EMU, 15 hours of which must
    be in program requirements at the 300-level or above. A minimum of 124 credit 
    hours, completed in-residence or accepted in transfer, is required for 
    graduation from EMU.  
6.  Students are encouraged to contact the Technology Management Program 
    Coordinator (see below) early, before applying to EMU.  To facilitate the 
    evaluation of transfer credit, students should indicate they are using this 
    articulation agreement on their EMU admission application, and bring a copy
    to all advising session. Copies of the articulation guide are also available
    on the EMU's website at 
7.  Students must meet all admission requirements at the time of admission to 
    EMU, including submitting transcripts from all previously attended colleges.
8.  Students may substitute WRIT 131 and WRIT 132 or ENGL 122 for WRIT 121 & 122.
9.  To meet the 8 credits of Humanities, select one course from the following:
    ENGL 211,212,260,270; HIST 150,214,240,260; HUMS 125,213,214; MUSC 240,241;
    PHIL 211,212; RELG 211,212,250 (course selections meet EMU's "Perspectives on
    a Diverse World" requirement): AND a second course from a different discipline
    listed under the approved LCC MACRAO options (see Note 2).  
10. Select one course from GEOG 200; POLS 120,121; PSYC 200; or SOCL 120.  
11. Thirty to forty-six credits in technical courses from an approved LCC program 
    or discipline may be transferred as a block for the technical concentration.
    If the program has less than 30 technical credits, related technical courses
    may be taken at either institution. 
12. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
    requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
13. 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 Pamela Becker, Coordinator for the 
EMU Technology Management Program, at (734) 487-1161 or 

Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014