LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Curriculum: Social Media Design, Franklin University
3+1 Online Degree Completion Program
Curriculum Code: 1682
Code Title Credits Offered
REQUIREMENTS Total: 18 Credits
ARTS 102 Design & Communication 3 ALL
ARTS 162 Type Communications 3 ALL
MATH 112 Intermediate Algebra 4 ALL
WRIT 121 Composition I 4 ALL
WRIT 122 Composition II 4 ALL
LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 42-46 Credits (See Note 3)
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1: Mathematics 4 Credits (See Note 4)
CHOICE 2: Art & Humanities 6 Credits (See Note 5)
CHOICE 3: Sciences 6 Credits (See Note 6)
CHOICE 4: Social/Behavioral Science 9 credits (See Note 7)
CHOICE 5: Statistical Concepts 3-4 Credits
MGMT 335 Managerial Statistics 3 F,SP
STAT 170 Introduction to Statistics 4 ALL
STAT 215 Intro to Probability and Stats 4 F,SP
CHOICE 6: Speech 3 Credits
SPCH 120 Dynamics of Communication 3 All
SPCH 130 Fund of Public Speaking 3 ALL
SPCH 140 Interpersonal Communication 3 F,SP
CHOICE 7: Business Communication 3 Credits
WRIT 124 Technical Writing 3 ALL
WRIT 127 Business Writing 3 ALL
CHOICE 8: Spreadsheets Competency 3 Credits
CITA 110 Intro to Microsoft Office 3 ALL
CITA 126 Microsoft Excel 3 ALL
CHOICE 9: Web Authoring Competency 1-3 Credits
ARTS 173 Computer Graphics/Web Design 3 ALL
ARWS 201 Intro to Macro Dreamweaver 1 F,SP
CITA 145 Microsoft Expression Web 3 F,SP
CHOICE 10: General Education 3 Credits (See Note 8)
CHOICE 11: Graphic Editing Software 1-2 Credits
ARTS 105 Abode Photoshop for Non-Majors 2 ALL
ARWS 137 Intro to Abode Photoshop 1 ALL
TOTAL CREDITS 60
1. This transfer guide supports a 3+1 Articulation (partnership) Agreement
between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Franklin University that
facilitates the transfer of LCC students to the Franklin University Online
Degree Completion Program. This articulated agreement does not have a
specified expiration date.
2. Entrance into the Franklin University Alliance online bachelor degree program
requires completion of an associate degree or 60 transferable credits and a
2.50 GPA. It is recommended that students apply to Franklin University and
take PF 321-Learning Strategies before beginning any additional community
college course work after the conclusion of an associate's degree.
3. Students are encouraged to work with the Franklin Advisor (see below) when
selecting courses to fulfill limited choice requirements. Regardless of the
number of credits completed prior to transfer, 40 semester credits hours of
the 124 credits required for this bachelor's degree must be completed in
resident with Franklin.
4. Students are required to take one course beyond the intermediate algebra
(MATH 112) competency requirement. Select from: MATH 120,130,151.
5. Select Humanities credits from: ENGL, HIST, HUMS, PHIL or RELG.
6. Select Science credits from: BIOL, CHEM, or PHYS. One of the courses must
contain a laboratory component in order to fulfill this requirement.
7. Select Social/Behavioral Science credits from: ANTH, PSYC, or SOCL. Students
must select courses from at least 2 different disciplines to fulfill this
8. Select from non-developmental courses. See your Advisor for options.
9. Students who complete the coursework on this transfer guide may be eligible
to receive an LCC Associate Degree. Please contact the LCC Academic Advising
Center for additional information. Students seeking an LCC associate degree
must fulfill specific graduation requirements. See the LCC Catalog
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 Douglas Peacock, Community College
Regional Manager, at (734) 674-5817 or email firstname.lastname@example.org;
Franklin University, 201 S. Grant Ave., Columbus, Ohio 43215, (877) 341-6300
VISIT THE FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.franklin.edu.
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014