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    Oct 23, 2019  
2019-2020 | Academic Catalog 
    
2019-2020 | Academic Catalog

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Transfer Agreements

Students in the General Pathway program should plan their courses with the assistance of a faculty advisor after checking the requirements of the college to which they intend to transfer. Electives should be chosen carefully according to the desired major at the transfer institution and based on frequent consultation with the assigned Edison State faculty advisor. The courses listed reflect the minimum requirements for the Associate of Arts degree. Following the General Degree Requirements  will ensure that all degree and transfer requirements will be met. Additional courses or courses with higher credit value may be taken in order to meet the requirements of the major at the transfer institution.

Semester 1


  COM 121S Fundamentals of Communication    3     ►Meet with advisor to align student education plan to liberal arts focus.
►Send high school transcript.
►Send college transcript (if applicable).
►​Student must maintain a GPA of 2.0 or higher in all courses to ensure transferability.
►Complete FAFSA for next academic year.
  ENG 121S Composition I    3 C  
  Credit Hours



 
6    

Semester 2


  ENG 122S Composition II    3 C   ►Apply for Edison State scholarship(s).
  HUM 121S Introduction to Humanities    3    
  Credit Hours 6

Semester 3 [Summer]


  CIS 110S Computer Concepts and Applications    3      
  Credit Hours 3

Semester 4


  ENG 221S American Literature I  OR
ENG 222S American Literature II  
3 C   ►Meet with advisor to align student education plan to liberal arts focus.
►​Meet with transfer school representative regarding general education core requirements.
►​Complete FAFSA for next academic year.
  MTH 120S Quantitative Reasoning  OR
MTH 125S General Statistics    
3    
  Credit Hours
 
6    

Semester 5


  ENG 241S British Literature I-Middle Ages/Restoration  OR
ENG 242S British Literature II-Romantics/20th Century  
3 C   ►​Apply for Edison State scholarship(s).
  Social/Behavioral Science Elective♦ 3    
  Credit Hours 6    

Semester 6 [Summer]


  Social/Behavioral Science Elective♦  3      
  Credit Hours 3

Semester 7


  Science Elective♦ 4     ►Meet with advisor to align student education plan to liberal arts focus.
►Complete FAFSA for next academic year.
►Student must complete diversity elective.1
  Social/Behavioral Science Elective1 3    
  Credit Hours
 
7    
  1Complete one diversity course from social/behavioral sciences or humanities courses ANT 121S, GEO 123S, HST 224S, MUS 127S, REL 121S or SOC 224S.

Semester 8


  Humanities Elective1 3     ►Apply for Edison State scholarship(s).
►Student must complete diversity elective.1
  Science Elective♦ 4    
  Credit Hours 7    
  1Complete one diversity course from social/behavioral sciences or humanities courses ANT 121S, GEO 123S, HST 224S, MUS 127S, REL 121S or SOC 224S.

Semester 9 [Summer]


  Social/Behavioral Science Elective♦  3      
  Credit Hours 3

Semester 10


  English Requirement1 3 C   ►Meet with advisor to align student education plan to liberal arts focus.
►Apply to transfer institution.
►Complete FAFSA for next academic year.
  Foreign Language Requirement2 3    
  Credit Hours
 
6    
  1To be chosen from ENG 221S, ENG 222S, ENG 241S, ENG 242S or ENG 125S.
2To be chosen from ASL 121S, FRN 121S, GER 121S or SPN 121S.
 

Semester 11


  Elective♦ 3     ►Submit graduation application.
  Foreign Language Requirement1 3    
  Credit Hours 6  
  1To be chosen from ASL 122S, FRN 122S, GER 122S or SPN 122S.    

Semester 12 [Summer]


  Elective♦ 1-3     ►Apply for scholarship(s) with transfer institution.
  Credit Hours 1-3  

Total Credit Hours | 60-62


♦ Student must work with advisor to determine appropriate course(s) based upon transfer school.