Transfer Guides - Lehigh Carbon Community College

Course Equivalencies

Use this table to determine what requirements for a Moravian College degree can be satisfied by courses you have taken or are planning to take at Lehigh Carbon Community College.

If you have questions, consult a Lehigh Carbon Community College transfer advisor in the Transfer Services Office (email transfer@lccc.edu). You may also contact advisors in the Admissions Office (610 861-1320) or the Comenius Center for Continuing, Professional, and Graduate Studies Office (610 861-1400) at Moravian College.

 

LCCC
Course Code
LCCC
Course Name
Moravian
Course Code
Moravian
Course Name
Course Value
in Credits
Meets LinC Guideline  
ACCOUNTING
ACC160 Principles of Accounting I ACCTELECT Accounting Elective 3    
ACC160 & ACC161 Principles of Accounting I & Principles of Accounting II ACCT157 and CCBU 157 Financial Accounting 6    
ACC161 Principles of Accounting II ACCT157 Financial Accounting 3    
ACC201 Intermediate Accounting I ACCTELECT Accounting Elective 3    
ACC201 & ACC202 Intermediate Accounting I & Intermediate Accounting II ACCT218 and CCBU 217 Intermediate Accounting I 6    
ACC202 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT218 Intermediate Accounting I 3    
ACC203 Cost/Managerial Accounting ACCT213 and CCBU 213 Cost Accounting 3    
ACC205 Income Tax Accounting ACCTELECT Accounting Elective 3    
ACC262 Accounting Information Systems ACCT258 and CCBU 158 Accounting Information Systems 3    
 
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ASL101 American Sign Language I NMELECT Non-major Elective 3 F3  
ASL105 American Sign Language II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
ASL106 American Sign Language III NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
Completion of both ASL 101 and ASL 105, or ASL 105 and 106, is required to fulfill either the LinC F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
ARABIC
ARB105 Elementary Arabic I ARAB100 Elementary Arabic I 3 F3  
ARB106 Elementary Arabic II ARAB105 Elementary Arabic II 3 F3  
Completion of both ARB105 and ARB106 required to fulfill the LinC F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
ART
ART101 Introduction to Art ARTELECT Art Elective 3 M6  
Also equivalent to ART114, Art History since the Renaissance (M6).
ART102 Fundamentals of Drawing and Painting NMELECT Non-major Elective 3 M6  
ART108 Two-Dimensional Design ART142 Visual Foundations 3 M6  
ART109 Motion Graphics ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART110 Drawing I ART170 Drawing I 3 M6  
ART113 Digital Compositing ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART115 Painting I ART180 Painting I 3 M6  
ART120 Photography I ART167 Photography I 3 M6  
ART125 Jewelry and Metalsmithing I ART150 Metalwork and Jewelry 3    
ART128 Intro to Multimedia Hardware and Software ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART130 Ceramics I ART160 Ceramics 3    
ART132 3D Illustration ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART135 3D Design ART159 Three-Dimensional Design 3 M6  
ART140 & ART240 Computer Graphics I & Computer Graphics II ART131 Introduction to Graphic Design 6    
ART145 The Art of Illustration ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART210 Drawing II ART270 Drawing II 3    
ART212 American Art ARTELECT Art History Elective 3    
ART215 Painting II ART280 Painting II 3    
ART220 Photography II ART267 Photography II 3    
ART225 Jewelry and Metalsmithing II ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART226 Advanced Multimedia Topics and Design Concepts ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART230 Ceramics II ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART235 Sculpture ART259 Sculpture 3    
ART240 Computer Graphics ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART246 Computer Generated Visual Effects ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART247 Intro to Animation ART348 Art Elective 3    
ART248 Web-Based Animation ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART249 Interactive Web Design ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART251 Character Rigging and Animation ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART258 Multimedia Practicum ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
ART260 Independent Study ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
Transfer of any courses into the art major or minor is determined by portfolio review.
 
ASTRONOMY
AST201 Introduction to Astronomy NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
 
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE
BIO101 Introductory Biology BIOL100 Principles of Biology 4 F4  
BIO105 Fundamentals of Biology BIOL100 Principles of Biology 4 F4  
BIO106 Plant Science BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4 F4  
BIO110 General Biology I BIOL100 Principles of Biology 4 F4  
BIO111 General Biology II BIOL100 Principles of Biology 4 F4  
BIO110 & BIO111 General Biology I & General Biology II BIOL112 General Zoology 8 F4  
BIO112 Introduction to Biotechnology NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BIO115 Field Biology BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4    
BIO115 & BIO116 Field Biology & Topics in Ecology BIOL360 Ecology 7    
BIO116 Topics in Ecology BIOLELECT Biology Elective 3    
BIO117 World Biomes BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4    
BIO120 Biology of Aging NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BIO124 Nutrition NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BIO130 Cataclysm:  The science of natural disasters NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BIO135 Introduction to Environmental Science (no lab) ENVR110 Introduction to Environmental Studies 3 M5  
BIO137 Introduction to Environmental Science (with lab) BIOL107 Environmental Science 4 F4  
BIO163 Anatomy and Physiology I BIOL 103 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 F4  
BIO164 Anatomy and Physiology II BIOL104 Anatomy and Physiology II 4    
BIO205 Principles of Botany BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4 F4  
BIO206 A Survey of the Plant Kingdom BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4    
BIO205 & BIO206 Principles of Botany & A Survey of the Plant Kingdom BIOL119 Introductory Botany 8 F4  
BIO210 Invertebrate Zoology BIOL225 Invertebrate Zoology 4    
BIO211 Vertebrate Zoology BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4    
BIO220 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL235 / BIOL206 Microbiology 4    
BIO230 Entomology BIOLELECT Biology Elective 4    
BIO270 Pathophysiology BIOL205 Pathophysiology 4    
 
BUSINESS
BUS120 Introduction to Business Organization NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BUS130 Personal Money Management NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
BUS141 Principles of Advertising NMELECT Non-Major Elective 2    
BUS150 Business Statistics ECON156 or CCMA107 Economic and Business Statistics or Elementary Statistics 3 F2  
BUS152 Principles of Sales NMELECT Non-Major Elective 2    
BUS141 and BUS152 Principles of Advertising and Principles of Sales MRKTELECT Marketing Elective (Comenius Center) 4    
BUS209 Business Communications ENGL310 or CCBU335 Business Writing 3    
BUS211 Principles of Management MGMT223 or CCBU161 Management 3    
BUS221 Principles of Marketing MGMT251 or CCBU221 Marketing Management 3    
BUS237 Investments MGMTELECT Management Elective 3    
BUS241 Business Law I MGMTELECT Management Elective 3    
BUS242 Business Law II MGMTELECT Management Elective 3    
BUS241 & BUS242 Business Law I & Business Law II MGMT226 or CCBU212 Legal Environment of Business 6    
BUS246 Business Ethics MGMTELECT Management Elective 3    
BUS248 Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management MGMTELECT Management Elective 3    
BUS252 Human Resources Management MGMT253 or CCBU251 Human Resource Management 3    
BUS254 Human Resource Law NMELECT or CCBU252.2 Non-Major Elective 3    
BUS256 International Business MGMTELECT or CCBU254.2 Management Elective 3    
BUS257 HRIS/Payroll Administration CCBU258.2        
BUS258 Labor Relations CCBU259.2   3    
BUS259 Compensation and Benefits Management HRELECT   3    
BUS262 Recruiting, Training, and Evaluating Employees HRELECT   3    
BUS276 Industrial Health and Safety CCBU254.2 Non-Major Elective 3    
BUS285 Global Business Practice Firm MGMTELECT Management Elective 4    
 
CHEMISTRY
CHE105 Fundamentals of Chemistry CHEM100 Chemistry and Society 4 F4  
CHE106 Physiological Chemistry CHEM108 Fundamentals of Chemistry 4 F4  
CHE111 General Chemistry I CHEM113 General Chemistry 4 F4  
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the chemistry or biochemistry major.  
CHE112 General Chemistry II CHEM114 General Chemistry 4    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the chemistry or biochemistry major.  
CHE205 Organic Chemistry I CHEMELECT Chemistry Elective 4    
Departmental approval required for transfer into the chemistry or biochemistry major.  
CHE206 Organic Chemistry II CHEMELECT Chemistry Elective 4    
Departmental approval required for transfer into the chemistry or biochemistry major.  
CHE209 Polymer Chemistry NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CHE211 Instrumental and Qualitative Analysis I NMELECT Non-Major Elective 4    
CHE212 Instrumental and Qualitative Analysis II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 4    
 
CHINESE
CHN105 Elementary Chinese I NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
CHN106 Elementary Chinese II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
CHN205 Intermediate Chinese I NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
CHN206 Intermediate Chinese II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F3  
Completion of both CHN105 and 106, or 106 and 205, is necessary to fulfill the F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
COMMUNICATIONS
CMN105 Interpersonal Communication NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CMN112 Professional Presentations NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CMN115 Argument and Debate NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CMN120 Small Group Communication NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CMN121 Introduction to Communication Theory NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CMN297 Introduction to Theatre Arts NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
 
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS/COMPUTER SCIENCE/NETWORKING
CFS105 Computer Ethics NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CFS110 Introduction to Computer Forensics NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CFS145 Principles of Information Security NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CFS155 Network Security CSCI120 Computer Science I 3 F2  
CIS105 Introduction to Computers and Applications CS105 Fundamental Ideas in Computer Science 3 F2  
CIS110 Business Information Systems NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CIS111 Electronic Commerce NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CIS129 Computer Generated Surfaces, Shaders, and Lighting ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS132 3D Illustration ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS141 Client-Side Scripting I NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
CIS142 Client-SideScripting II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
CIS145 Designing Systems for Client/Server Architecture NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
CIS155 Introduction to Computer Science ~ Structured Programming C ++ CSCIELECT Computer Science elective 3    
CIS165 Data Structures C++ CSCI121 Computer Science II 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the major.
CIS172 Java I CSCI120 Computer Science I 3 F2  
CIS173 Java II CSCI121 Computer Science II 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
CIS207 Unix Server-Side Scripting CSCIELECT Computer Science elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
CIS225 Computer Organization and Architecture CSCI222 Computer Organization 3    
CIS226 Advanced Multimedia Design ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS246 Computer Generated Visual Effects ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS247 Introduction to Animation ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS248 Web-Based Animation ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS249 Interactive Web Design ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS250 Operating Systems CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
CIS251 Character Rigging & Animation ARTELECT Art Elective 3    
CIS255 The Database Environment CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
CIS280 GUI Application Development Tools CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
NET160 & NET165 CCNA I – Network Fundamentals & CCNA II – Routing Protocols CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 6    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
NET170 CCNA III – LAN Switching and Wireless CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
NET175 CCNA 4 – Accessing the WAN CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
NET180 Cisco Internetworking V CSCIELECT Computer Science Elective 3    
Grade of B or better required for credit toward the computer science major.
 
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
CJA101 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System SOC216 The Legal System 3    
CJA105 Criminal Investigations SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
CJA106 Introduction to Homeland Security SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
CJA116 Corrections Administration SOC270 Corrections in America 3    
CJA118 Juvenile Delinquency SOC245 Juvenile Delinquency 3    
CJA201 Criminal Evidence and Court Procedure SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
CJA215 Law Enforcement and Society SOC230 The Sociology of Law Enforcement 3    
CJA225 Probation and Parole SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
CJA235 Seminar on Police Problems SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
Departmental approval required.
CJA240 Criminal Law SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
CJA201 & CJA240 Criminal Evidence and Court Procedure & Criminal Law SOC318 Criminal Law and Evidence 6    
 
DIGITAL MEDIA
DMP215 Media Law and Ethics NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 U1  
 
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
ECE110 Fundamentals of Early Childhood Education EDUC216 Early Childhood Theories, Practices & Family 3    
ECE120 Children’s Growth and Development EDUC210 Child Development I 3    
ECE130 Integrating the Arts & Play in early Childhood EDUC214.2 & EDUC213.2 Music & Movement/ The Arts 3    
ECE140 Observation and Recording Techniques EDUC212 Data Driven Analysis 3    
ECE200 Young Children with Special Needs EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECE210 Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECE215 Language and Literature EDUC222 Emerging Language & Literacy, Birth to Age 5 3    
ECE220 Student Teaching EDUCELECT Education Elective 4    
ECE225 Early Childhood Professional Seminar EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECE230 The Director with Vision NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
 
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION/EARLY INTERVENTION
ECI115 Family-Centered Early Intervention Field Experience EDUCELECT Education Elective 1    
ECI205 Early Childhood Guidance for Inclusion Settings EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECI220 Early Childhood Education/Early Intervention Internship EDUC158.2 Early Field Work 8    
ECI230 Principles of Family-Centered Early Intervention EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECI240 Strategies for Teaching Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
ECI245 Curriculum for Inclusive Early Childhood Practices EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
 
ECONOMICS
ECO201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECONELECT Economics Elective 3    
ECO202 Principles of Microeconomics ECONELECT Economics Elective 3    
ECO201 & ECO202 Principles of Macroeconomics & Principles of Microeconomics ECON152 and CCBU 152 Principles of Economics 6 M4  
ECO237 International Relations ECONELECT Economics Elective 3    
 
EDUCATION (update pending as of August 4, 2010)
EDU101 Foundations of Education NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
EDU105 Introduction to Special Education and Children with Exceptionalities EDUC244 Including Students with Disabilities 3    
EDU115 Education Field Experience I EDUCELECT Field Experience 1    
Fulfills one early field experience.
EDU120 Teaching with Technology EDUC240.2 Computer Technology in the Classroom 3    
EDU125 Cognitive Learning Style of Diverse Learners     3    
EDU150 Secondary Language and Literacy Development EDUC100.2 Education Elective 3    
EDU155 Teaching Diverse Learners EDUC160 Culture, Community, Diversity 3 M3  
EDU165 Aligning English Language Proficiency Development with Academic Standards EDUC100.2 Introduction of Education of English Language Learners 3    
EDU170 Teaching Language through Content EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
EDU181 Technology and the English Language Learner EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
EDU183 Technology and the English Language Learner     2    
EDU201 Effective Teacher EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
EDU202 Fundamentals of Reading Instruction I     3    
EDU205 Principles of Teaching     3    
EDU210 Behavior Management and Guidance Practices EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
EDU215 Education Field Experience II     1    
EDU220 Internship     6    
EDU240 Technology Integration in the Educational Setting EDUC240.2 Computer Technology in the Classroom 3    
EDU291 School Communication with Families EDUCELECT Education Elective 3    
 
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY (update pending as of August 4, 2010)
ELE130 Digital Fundamentals NMELECT Non-Major Elective 2    
ELE175 Introduction to Microprocessors NMELECT Non-Major Elective 2    
ELE130 & ELE175 Digital Fundamentals & Introduction to Microprocessors PHYS217/CSCI217 Digital Electronics and Microprocessors 4    
 
ENGINEERING
EGR213 Statics PHYSELECT Physics Elective 3    
EGR214 Dynamics PHYSELECT Physics Elective 3    
EGR213 & EGR214 Statics & Dynamics PHYS331 Mechanics 6    
Departmental approval required.
 
ENGLISH
ENG105 College English I WRIT100 or CCEN100 Writing or Professional Communication 3 F1  
ENG106 College English II ENGL104 The Experience of Literature 3 M2  
ENG107 Technical Writing ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG108 Advanced Composition ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG111 Speech ENG230 Public Speaking 3    
ENG154 Introduction to Women’s Studies WOST101 Introduction to Women’s Studies 3 M5  
ENG201 World Literature I ENGL103 Western Literature 3 M2  
ENG202 World Literature II ENGL103 Western Literature 3 M2  
ENG205 American Literature I ENGL101 American Literature 3 M2  
ENG206 American Literature II ENGL101 American Literature 3 M2  
ENG210 British Literature I ENGL102 British Literature 3 M2  
ENG211 British Literature II ENGL102 British Literature 3 M2  
ENG215 Introduction to Poetry ENGL320 The Art of Poetry 3    
ENG220 Introduction to Drama ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG225 Journalism ENGL312 News and Feature Writing 3    
ENG227 Literature and Film ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG230 Contemporary Fiction ENGL343 Contemporary Fiction 3    
ENG232 Women's Literature ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG235 Creative Writing ENGL212 Creative Writing 3 M6  
ENG237 Science Fiction ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
ENG238 Gothic and Horror Literature ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
 
FRENCH
FRN105 College French I FREN100 Introductory French I 3 F3  
FRN106 College French II FREN105 Introductory French II 3 F3  
FRN205 College French III FREN110 Introductory French III 3 F3  
FRN206 College French IV FRENELECT French Elective 3 F3  
Completion of both FRN105 and 106, or 106 and 205, is necessary to fulfill the F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS
GIS110 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems/Remote Sensing ELECTIVE General Elective 4    
GIS115 Concepts of Geographic Information System ELECTIVE General Elective 3    
GIS120 Geographic Information Systems in Homeland Security SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
GIS125 Geographic Information Systems in Law Enforcement SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
GIS130 Geographic Information Systems in Economic Development SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
GIS210 Introduction to Spatial Analysis ELECTIVE General Elective 4    
GIS215 Advanced Applications in GIS ELECTIVE General Elective 4    
GIS280 GIS Internship SOC375   2    
 
GEOGRAPHY
GEO110 Cultural Geography IDIS 110 World Geography and Global Issues 3 M5  
GEO115 World Regional Geography IDIS 110 World Geography and Global Issues 3 M5  
 
GERMAN
GRM105 College German I GERM100 Introductory German I 3 F3  
GRM106 College German II GERM105 Introductory German II 3 F3  
GRM205 College German III GERM110 Introductory German III 3 F3  
GRM206 College German IV GERMELECT German Elective 3 F3  
Completion of both GRM105 and 106, or 106 and 205, is necessary to fulfill the F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
HEALTH
HPE101 Personal and Community Health HPEELECT Non-Major Elective 2    
 
HISTORY
HIS123 United States to Reconstruction HIST113 The United States to 1877 3 M1  
HIS124 United States since Reconstruction HIST114 The United States since 1865 3 M1  
HIS125 History of American Labor HISTELECT History Elective 3    
HIS126 History of Black America HISTELECT History Elective 3    
HIS130 Western Civilization I HISTELECT History Elective 3 M1  
HIS131 Western Civilization II HIST112 European Civilization since 1500 3 M1  
HIS220 Twentieth-Century World History HISTELECT History Elective 3 M5  
HIS222 Russia and the World HISTELECT History Elective 3 M5  
HIS224 World War II HISTELECT History Elective 3    
HIS225 The United States since 1945 HIST245 United States 1945 to the Present 3    
 
HUMAN SERVICES
HUS110 Introduction to Human Services SOC210 Introduction to Human Services 3    
HUS120 Communication and Interviewing SOCELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
HUS150 Community Integration of Adults with Disabilities SOCELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
HUS160 Introduction to Counseling Skills and Theories SOC366 Introduction to Counseling 3    
HUS170 Systems, Processes, and Case Management SOCELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
HUS210 Group Processes SOCELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
HUS220 Fieldwork Experience I SOC375 Fieldwork in Sociology 4    
HUS230 Fieldwork Experience II SOC376 Fieldwork in Sociology 4    
HUS240 Management of Human Services Agencies SOC275 Complex Organizations 3    
 
INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES
IDS150 Introduction to Human Services SOC210 Introduction to Human Services 3    
IDS154/SOC154 Introduction to Women’s Studies WOST101 Introduction to Women’s Studies 3 M5  
IDS200 Ethics, Quality Control, and Legal Issues in the Workplace SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
IDS218 Honors Research Seminar NMELECT Non-Major Elective 1    
 
MATHEMATICS
MAT120 Survey of Mathematics NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
MAT125 Foundations of Mathematics I MATH125 Topics in Mathematics for Teaching 3 F2  
MAT126 Foundations of Mathematics II NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
MAT150 Introduction to Probability and Statistics MATH107 or CCMA107 Elementary Statistics 3 F2  
MAT155 Finite Mathematics for Business and Social Science NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 F2  
MAT190 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I MATH170 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I 3 F2  
MAT195 Calculus and Analytic Geometry II MATH171 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II 3    
MAT200 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III MATHELECT Mathematics Elective 3    
MAT205 Calculus and Analytic Geometry IV MATHELECT Mathematics Elective 3    
MAT200 & MAT205 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III & Calculus and Analytic Geometry IV MATH211 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III 6    
MAT230 Differential Equations with Linear Algebra MATH221 Differential Equations 4    
             
MUSIC
MUS101 Introduction to Music MUS105 or MUS165.2 Introduction to Western Music 3 M6  
MUS105 Music after Mozart NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 M6  
MUS107 American Popular Music NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3 M6  
 
NURSING
The transfer of nursing credits is granted in accordance with the Pennsylvania State Articulation Model. Upon presentation of current R.N. license, students will receive 4 to 5 units/16 to 20 crs. of nursing credit, as determined by the Department of Nursing on a case-by-case basis.
 
PHILOSOPHY
PHI201 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL120 Introduction to Philosophy 3 M3  
PHI202 Contemporary Philosophy PHIL120 Introduction to Philosophy 3 M3  
PHI203 Introductory Logic PHIL210 Introduction to Logic 3    
PHI205 Introduction to Ethics PHIL222 Introduction to Ethics 3 M3  
 
PHYSICS
PHY103 Fundamentals of Physics PHYSELECT Physics Elective 4 F4  
Departmental approval required for physics majors.  
PHY110 Elements of Physics PHYSELECT Physics Elective 4 F4  
Departmental approval required for physics majors.  
PHY201 Introduction to Physics I PHYSELECT Physics Elective 4 F4  
PHY202 Introduction to Physics II PHYSELECT Physics Elective 4    
PHY210 General Physics I PHYS111 Introductory Physics I 4 F4  
PHY215 General Physics II PHYS112 Introductory Physics II 4    
 
POLITICAL SCIENCE
PSC130 Introduction to Political Science POSCELECT Political Science Elective 3 M4  
PSC230 American Federal Government POSC110 The American Political System 3 M4  
PSC231 State and Local Government POSCELECT Political Science Elective 3    
PSC233 Introduction to Public Administration POSC237 Public Administration and Public Policy 3 M4  
PSC235 Constitutional Law POSC220/SOC220 American Constitutional Law 3    
PSC236 American Civil Liberties POSC221/SOC221 Civil Liberties and the U. S. Constitution 3    
PSC237 International Relations POSC115 International Politics 3 M4  
PSC239 American Foreign Policy POSCELECT Political Science Elective 3    
 
PRACTICAL NURSING
The transfer of nursing credits is granted in accordance with the Pennsylvania State Articulation Model. Upon presentation of current R.N. license, students will receive 4 to 5 units/16 to 20 credits of nursing credit, as determined by the Department of Nursing on a case-by-case basis.
 
PSYCHOLOGY
PSY140 Introduction to Psychology PSYC120 Introduction to Psychology 3    
PSY142 Industrial Psychology PSYC218 or CCBU356 Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3    
PSY145* Human Growth and Development—The Life Span PSYC207 Life-Span Development 3    
PSY240* Educational Psychology PSYCELECT Psychology Elective 3    
PSY241* Psychology of Human Adjustment PSYC105 Psychology of Human Adjustment 3 M4  
PSY242 Child Development PSYCELECT Psychology Elective 3    
Individually-designed track in psychology only; otherwise non-major elective.
PSY243 Abnormal Psychology PSYCELECT Psychology Elective 3    
PSY245 Psychology of Aging PSYCELECT Psychology Elective 3    
PSY283 Introduction to Social Psychology* PSYC204 Social Psychology 3 M4  
*Normally, these courses do not transfer into the psychology major at Moravian College; to count the courses as part of a psychology major, please see the chair of the Moravian Psychology Department.
 
READING AND STUDY SKILLS
RSS102 Honors - College Experience RSSELECT Non-Major Elective 1    
 
RELIGION
REL201 Comparative Religion RELELECT Religion Elective 3 M3  
 
SCIENCE
SCI105 Integrated Science SCIELECT Science Elective 4 F4  
 
SOCIOLOGY
SOC150 Introduction to Sociology SOC115 Introductory Sociology 3 M4  
SOC151 Modern Social Problems SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
SOC154/IDS154 Introduction to Women’s Studies WOST101 Introduction to Women’s Studies 3 M5  
SOC155 Mass Culture SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
SOC250 Criminology SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
SOC251 The Family SOC125 Marriage and the Family 3    
SOC253 Sociology of Race and Ethnicity SOC258+ Power and Conflict 3    
SOC254 Sociology of Aging SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
SOC255 Toward the Post-Industrial Age SOCELECT Sociology Elective      
SOC258 Cultural Anthropology SOC113 Cultural Anthropology 3 M4  
SOC268 The Anthropology of Aging SOCELECT Sociology Elective 3    
SOC283 Introduction to Social Psychology PSYC204 Social Psychology 3 M4  
SOC287 Organizations in American Society SOC275 Complex Organizations 3    
+This course does not fulfill the writing-intensive requirement at Moravian College.  Students who earn transfer for this course as part of a sociology major must complete Sociology 355 at Moravian.
 
SPANISH
SPN101 Practical Spanish for the Workplace NMELECT Non-Major Elective 3    
SPN105 College Spanish I SPAN100 Introductory Spanish I 3 F3  
SPN106 College Spanish II SPAN105 Introductory Spanish II 3 F3  
SPN124 Spanish for Spanish Speakers I SPAN125 Spanish for Heritage Speakers 3 F3  
SPN125 Spanish for Spanish Speakers II SPAN125 Spanish for Heritage Speakers 3 F3  
SPN205 College Spanish III SPAN110 Introductory Spanish III 3 F3  
SPN206 College Spanish IV SPAN120 Intermediate Spanish - Spain: A Crossroads of Civilizations 3 F3  
SPN224 Advanced Spanish for Spanish
Speakers I
SPANELECT Spanish 200 Level Elective 3 F3  
SPN225 Advanced Spanish for Spanish
Speakers II
SPANELECT Spanish 200 Level Elective 3 F3  
Completion of both SPNM105 and 106, or 106 and 205, is necessary to fulfill the F3 or Com3 requirement.
 
SPEECH
SPE111 Speech ENGL230 Public Speaking 3    
SPE120 Small Group Oral Communications ENGLELECT English Elective 3    
 
VETERINARY TECHNICIAN
VET101 Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology BIOLELECT Biology Elective 5 F4  

Selected topics and independent studies will be evaluated for transfer to Moravian College on a case-by-case basis.

 


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