Transfer Guides - Montgomery County Community College

Summary of Requirements for Learning in Common (LinC)

Foundational Categories (4 to 5 course units)

F1 Writing/First-Year Seminar
1 course
ENG102 English Composition II
F2 Quantitative Reasoning
1 course
MAT103
MAT131
MAT132
MAT142
MAT188
MAT190
MAT201
MAT202
Foundations of Mathematics I
Introduction to Statistics I
Introduction to Statistics II
Calculus for Business & Social Science
Calculus with a review of Functions I
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
Calculus and Analytic Geometry III
F3 Foreign Language
0-2 courses
Note: If a student enrolls in Elementary level I or II of a foreign language, 2 terms of study in the same language are required. Students may petition the Foreign Language Department to test language proficiency in the hopes of earning a waiver of the foreign language requirement.
ARA101
CHI101
CHI102
FRE101
FRE102
FRE201
GER101 GER102 GER201
ITA101
ITA102
ITA201
JPN101
JPN102
JPN201
SPA101
SPA102
SPA127
SPA201
TUR101
Elementary Arabic I
Elementary Chinese I
Elementary Chinese II
Elementary French I
Elementary French II
Introductory French III
Elementary German I
Elementary German II
Intermediate German I
Italian I
Italian II
Intermediate Italian I
Japanese I
Japanese II
Intermediate Japanese I
Elementary Spanish I
Elementary Spanish II
Spanish for Health Care
Intermediate Spanish I
Elementary Turkish I
F4 Science (lab requirement)
1 course
AST120
BIO115
BIO120
BIO121
BIO122
BIO129
BIO130
BIO131
BIO132
BIO255
CHE121 CHE122 CHE131 CHE151 GLG115
GLG121
GLG125
GLG151
PHY120
PHY121
PHY151
Astronomy
Environmental Biology
Concepts of Biology
General Biology I
General Biology II
Functional Human Anatomy and Physiology
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Human Anatomy and Physiology II
General Chemistry
Inorganic General Chemistry
Organic Chemistry for Technology I
Principles of Chemistry I
Environmental Geology
Astronomy
The Science of Climate Change
Physical Geology
Historical Geology
Introduction to Astronomy
General Physics I
Principles of Physics I

 

Multidisciplinary and Upper-Division Categories (6 course units)+

M1 Historical Studies
1 course
HIS101
HIS102
HIS203
HIS205
HIS218
History of Western Civilization I
History of Western Civilization II
History of the US: to 1877
History of the US: From 1877
American Civilization: History of Latin America
M2 Literature
1 course
ENG201 ENG202 ENG211 ENG212 ENG221 ENG222 ENG246 ENG255 GER252 Survey of English Literature I
Survey of English Literature II
Survey of American Literature I
Survey of American Literature II
Literature of the Western World I
Literature of the Western World II
African-American Literature
Women in Literature
Advanced German II
M3 Ultimate Questions
course
PHI100
PHI115
PHI216
PHI221
Introduction to Philosophy
Problems in Philosophy
Major Figures in Philosophy
Fundamentals of Ethics
M4 Economic, Social, and Political Systems
1 course
ANT104 ECON121 & 122 POL124
POL245
PSY214
SOC101 SOC103
Cultural Anthropology
Macroeconomics & Microeconomics
American National Government
International Relations
Social Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Social Problems
M5 Cultural Values and Global Issues
1 course
GEO130
HIS234
HIS235
HIS240
HIS250
PHI117
PHI215
POL240
SPA112
Cultural Geography
Asian Civilization
Modern China
History of Africa
History of the Modern Middle East
Asian Philosophy
Comparative Religions
Comparative Politics
The World of Latin America
M6 Aesthetic Expression
1 course
ART101
ART102
ART103
ART111
ART121
ART130
ART131
ART140 & 141 ART271
ENG265 MUS110 MUS113 MUS114 MUS140 MUS210
Art History (Cave Painting to Renaissance)
Art History (Renaissance To Post Impressionism)
Art History (Contemporary)
Drawing I
Painting I
Two-Dimensional Design Principles
Two-Dimensional Design: Color Theory
3-D Design: Principles & Materials and Techniques
Printmaking
Creative Writing
Music Appreciation
Music in American Culture
Intro to World Music Cultures
Music Fundamentals
Jazz History

 

Upper Division Categories

U1 The Social Impact of Science
1 course
   
U2 Moral Life
1 course
HIS241
PSY255
The Holocaust
Human Sexuality

 

+Transfer students must complete at least 1 M and 1 U course at Moravian College; please plan your schedule choices accordingly. All degree candidates must complete 4 M and 2 U courses, or 5 M and 1 U courses.

 


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