Wenatchee Valley College General Education Transfer Guide 2014-2015 Bellevue Courses which Satisfy

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General Education Transfer Guide 2014-2015
Wenatchee Valley College
George Fox Requirements
Semester
Hours
Bellevue Courses which Satisfy
Requirements
Quarter
Hours
COMMUNICATIONS A total of 6 semester hours
COMPOSITION: May be waived by a Verbal SAT score of 670+
3
May choose to use waiver credit and only take one class in Composition at
WVC instead of two (see next page) *
COMMUNICATION: May choose to use waiver credit and only take one
class in Communication at WVC instead of two (see next page) *
ENGL 201, 202, 203
5
3
Choose one course:
CMST& 101, 220
5
3
Take two physical activity courses (i.e. dance,
tennis) AND PEH 180
5
HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE A total of 3 semester hours
Physical Education Activities and/or Health Education: Take two PE
Activity courses or use a partial waiver credit (see next page) *
HUMANITIES A total of 11-12 semester hours
FINE ARTS:
2-3
LITERATURE: May choose to use waiver credit and only take one class
in Literature at WVC instead of two (see next page) *
3
HISTORY: May choose to use waiver credit and only take one class in
History at WVC instead of two (see next page) *
3
Choose one course:
ART 110, 201, 202, 203; MUS 100, 113, 114;
MUSC& 105
Choose one course:
ENGL& 111, 112, 113, 226
ENGL 240*, 245* 250
3-5
5
Choose one course:
HIST& 116, 117, 118, 146, 147
5
3
Choose one additional course from Fine
Arts, History, Literature (listed above) OR
PHIL& 101; PHIL 211
* If choosing Fine Arts as an elective option, one
must be Art, one must be Music
5
3
Choose one:
MATH& 141, 142, 151, 152, 153, 254;
5
NATURAL SCIENCE: If taking two 4 credit courses, may choose to use
waiver credit instead of taking a third Natural Science course (see next
page) *
6
Choose two courses:
BIOL 125; BIOL& 100, 211, 241, 242;
CHEM& 110, 121, 131, 161, 162, 163;
ASTR& 101; GEOL& 101; OCEA& 100;
PHYS& 114, 115, 116, 221, 222, 223
9
SOCIAL SCIENCE: If taking two 4 credit courses, may choose to use
waiver credit instead of taking a third Social Science course (see next
page) *
6
Choose two courses:
MUST be in 2 subject areas: ECON& 201, 202;
PSYC& 100; POLS& 101; SOC& 101
9
Choose two courses:
ANTH& 206; *ENGL 240, 245; POLS& 203
HIST 174, 271, 274, 275; GERM& 123;
JAPN&/ SPAN& 123, 221, 222, 223
9
HUMANITIES ELECTIVE: May choose to use waiver credit and only take
one Humanities Elective course at WVC instead of two (see next page) *
SCIENCES A total of 15 semester hours
MATH: Requirement may be waived by a Math SAT score of 600+
May choose to use waiver credit and only take one class in Math at WVC
instead of two (see next page) *
GLOBAL AND CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING A total of 6 semester hours
GLOBAL AND CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING:
6
Important Admissions Information
* One quarter credit equals 2/3 of a semester credit (ex. 3 quarter credits equals 2 semester credits). To
aid in this conversion, transfer students are allowed 2 semester credits of waiver. Waived credits can only
be applied to general education courses. No more than 1 credit can be applied to a single General
Education Requirement. Ex. can apply waiver credit to a Math requirement and a Social Science
requirement, but not to two Social Science requirements. For more information, contact the Admissions
Office. Waiver credit waives the requirement but does not add credit to your transcript.
General Information
1. Transfer students interested in applying to George Fox University should submit an undergraduate application for
admission. Applications may be found at apply.georgefox.edu, or request an application by calling 800-765-4369 x2240.
2. Priority dates for submitting a completed application
a. Fall Semester – Early Action Deadline-November 15; Regular Decision- March 1 (Applications completed after this
date will be considered only as space is available)
b. Spring Semester – November 1
3. Transfer students need a college Grade Point Average (GPA) of a 2.6 or higher to be regularly admitted.
4. A maximum of 96 quarter or 64 semester hours will be accepted from community colleges.
a. Only course work with a grade of “C-” or better will be accepted
b. Courses must be 100-level or higher
i. 100/200 level courses will not be accepted for 300/400 level courses
c. One quarter credit = 2/3 semester credit
5. Junior standing is only achieved by transferring in a minimum of 93 transferable quarter credits. An Associate’s Degree
does not automatically qualify a student to be a junior.
6. George Fox accepts the following associate's degrees as a block transfer, taking care of all your general education
requirements except for Bible/religion classes and any specific general education courses required by the major:
• Oregon: The Associates of Arts Oregon Transfer Degree (AAOT) or the Associates of Science Oregon Transfer
Business Degree (ASOTB)
• Washington: The Washington Transfer Associates of Arts (WTAA) also known as the Direct Transfer Agreement
(DTA)
• California: The Associates of Arts Degree for Transfer or any associates degree if you also met the Intersegmental
General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) requirements or the CSU General Education Breadth requirements.
7. Students should contact the admissions office early for major specific advising. All majors are encouraged to refer to the
George Fox University catalog. Transfer students are encouraged to complete major requirements at George Fox and
general education requirements at the community college.
Please note: All information is based on the 2014-2015 catalog year and is subject to change in subsequent catalog years. Please contact
the Office of Admission (800-765-4369 or [email protected]) for the most updated information. Current students should contact
the Office of the Registrar.
Mailing Address
George Fox University
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
414 N Meridian Street #6089
Newberg, OR 97132
Contact Information
Admissions: (503) 554-2240
Toll Free: 1-800-765-4369
Admissions Fax: (503) 554-3110
Web: www.yourlife.georgefox.edu
* = these courses apply to either course section for credit but not both
Updated 9/2014 by DH
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