LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                             
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Nursing, Michigan State University
             RN to BSN Completion Transfer Program for LCC AAS 0222
Curriculum Code: 1645                                         			   

                        		    Semester   Semester
Code       Title        		    Credits    Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 38 Credits
BIOL 201   Human Anatomy       			4	ALL
BIOL 203   Microbiology        			3     	ALL
BIOL 204   Microbiology Laboratory    		1   	ALL
CHEM 151   General Chemistry Lecture I      	4      	ALL
CHEM 152   General Chemistry Lecture II      	1    	ALL
MATH 112   Intermediate Algebra      		4      	ALL
PFHW 163   Healthy Lifestyles     		2    	ALL
PSYC 200   Introduction to Psychology    	4   	ALL
PSYC 205   Human Growth and Development    	3   	ALL
STAT 215   Intro to Probability and Stats    	4    	F,SP
WRIT 121   Composition I       			4   	ALL
WRIT 122   Composition II  (See Note 8)      	4       ALL

LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 8 Credits
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  History  4 Credits
HIST 211   U.S. History to 1877     		4       ALL
HIST 212   U.S. History: 1877 to Present     	4    	ALL
CHOICE 2:  Humanities 4 Credits (See Note 9)  

ELECTIVES Total: 14 Credits (See Notes 10,11)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses of your choice.

                                                          TOTAL CREDITS  60
NOTES:
1.  This transfer guide represents an Agreement between Lansing Community College
    (LCC) and Michigan State University (MSU). Students enrolled in the LCC
    Nursing, RN Option (ADN) program are eligible to apply for transfer admission
    to the MSU online Bachelor of Science in Nursing program for Registered 
    Nurses (RN-BSN). This agreement will be reviewed in 2015. 
2.  A maximum of 60 semester credits may be transferred from LCC to MSU. An 
    additional 30 semester credits will be granted by MSU for successful
    completion of the RN licensing exam. Students will complete 32 credits for
    the RN to BSN program at MSU.  
3.  MSU Admissions Requirements:
    a) Students must apply for admissions to MSU and complete the College of
       Nursing supplemental application form. It is recommended that students 
       apply during the first semester they are enrolled in the ADN program.
    b) Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher and earn a 2.00 or 
       higher in each science prerequisite course or its equivalent. Admission to
       the program is competitive; the most qualified candidates will be selected
       from the pool of candidates meeting the minimum criteria.
    c) Students must complete the equivalent of MSU's transfer admission writing
       and mathematics requirements. See MSU Transfer Admissions Criteria. 
    Additional information regarding MSU transfer admission is available in the
    Transfer Student Admission statement in the Undergraduate Education section 
    of the MSU Academic Programs Catalog.
4.  LCC students admitted to the MSU RN-BSN program will enroll in two summer 
    sessions at MSU while simultaneously completing the LCC ADN program. Students
    will be required to register and pay fees at each respective institution when
    concurrently enrolled.
5.  Students will be eligible for continued enrollment in the MSU RN-BSN program
    upon graduation from the LCC ADN program and the successful completion of all 
    other MSU RN-BSN program prerequisites including, but not limited to:
    a) Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher at graduation from LCC ADN program;
    b) 2.00 or higher in each science prerequisite course; 
    c) completion of all other prerequisite coursework;
    d) an active, unrestricted RN license;
    e) background check;
    f) drug screening.
6.  LCC students admitted to the RN-BSN program and enrolled at MSU will be 
    granted those privileges and accesses provided to all enrolled MSU students
    including housing, commuter parking, libraries, student organizations, 
    athletic facilities and tickets, etc. Students will be expected to abide by 
    the rules and regulations of both institutions.  
7.  Students will be required, as a condition of admission to the Program, to 
    agree that their educational records as defined by the Family Education 
    Rights and Privacy Act and its implementing regulations may be disclosed by
    MSU and LCC to each other.
8.  Students may substitute ENGL 122 or ENGL/WRIT 132 for WRIT 122.
9.  Select 4 credits from a transferable course in one of the following subject
    areas: HUMS, MUSC, PHIL or RELG.
10. Students are strongly encouraged to complete NCHE 102 - CPR for Health Care
    Professionals prior to transfer.
11. Students should select elective credits with assistance from the MSU 
    Advisor listed below. 
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 Erin Buitendorp, Student Advisor, 
MSU Student Support Services - College of Nursing, at (517) 353-4827 or by email
at erin.buitendorp@hc.msu.edu; or Linda Koning, LCC Community Health and Nursing
Department, at (517) 483-1321 or koningl@lcc.edu. 

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Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014