WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE

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September 2015
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE
Washtenaw Community College – A.A. in Liberal Arts Transfer
Eastern Michigan University – B.A. or B.S. with a Major or Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Washtenaw Community College Courses:
Transfer to Eastern Michigan University as:
Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Requirements (30 credits)
Students with the MTA endorsement on their community college transcript have satisfied EMU’s General Education Core Requirements and will be
required to complete only the EMU General Education Application Requirements of one Perspectives on a Diverse World course, one Learning
beyond the Classroom experience, and one Writing Intensive course in the major. Specific courses listed below for the MTA will satisfy major or
minor requirements at WCC and/or EMU. Students who started before Fall 2014 may continue to follow the MACRAO Agreement until the end of
summer 2019. The MACRAO version of this articulation guide is available at http://www.emich.edu/ccr/archartguide_macrao.php. For courses
approved by WCC to satisfy the MTA go to http://www.wccnet.edu/services/transferresources/mta/
1. A course in English Composition
ENG 111 Composition I.......................................................... 4
University Elective ................................................................. 4
2. A course in English Composition or Communication
ENG 226 Composition II......................................................... 3
University Elective ................................................................. 3
3. A course in Mathematics
Choose from approved MTA list .............................................. 4
University Elective ................................................................. 4
4. Two courses in Natural Sciences from different disciplines (one lab required)
Choose from approved MTA list ........................................... 7-8
University Electives ............................................................ 7-8
5. Two courses in Humanities from different disciplines
COM 101 Fundamentals of Speaking ..................................... 3
University Elective ................................................................. 3
Choose from approved MTA list .............................................. 3
University Elective ................................................................. 3
6. Two courses in Social Sciences from different disciplines
Choose from approved MTA list .............................................. 6
University Electives ............................................................... 6
7. If needed, complete additional courses in any of the categories above to satisfy the 30 credit minimum for the MTA.
EMU’s Perspectives on a Diverse World requirement: Complete one course from the following list: Course may be used to satisfy a
MTA area above: Natural Science: ENV 101; Humanities: ART 143, 150; DAN 180; ENG 181, 213, 214, 224, 242; HUM 150, 175; MUS
180; Social Science: ANT 201; ECO 280; GEO 101; HST 123, 150, 210, 230, 235, 240, 270; PLS 211; PSY 107, 251; SOC 205
WCC Liberal Arts Transfer Degree Requirements (30 credits)
Major Concentration Courses: (15 credits)
* SOC 206 Intro to Women’s and Gender Studies ................... 3
1 ANT 201 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ................................. 3
1 PSY 100 Intro to Psychology ................................................. 3
1 SOC 100 Principles of Sociology ........................................... 3
Major Concentration requirement ............................................ 3
Elective Courses: (12 credits)
Complete twelve transferable credits of your choice ............. 12
Additional Requirement (3 credits)
Complete a computer and information literacy course ............ 3
WGST 200 Intro to Women’s Studies...................................... 3
ANTH 135 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ............................... 3
PSY 101 General Psychology.............................................. 3
SOCL 105 Introductory Sociology .......................................... 3
University Elective ................................................................... 3
University Electives ............................................................... 12
University Elective ................................................................... 3
EMU Requirements that may be completed at WCC or EMU (4-24 credits)
An advisor will assist you in developing a program of study that meets your career and educational goals, as well as transfers to EMU to
satisfy major and minor requirements. Students may take open electives and possibly a few minor courses. You should determine a major
and minor before completing open electives to determine how many credits must be completed at EMU. If all courses for the minor are
completed at EMU, up to 51 credits may be required at EMU and 73 credits may transfer from WCC. See last page for sample programs of
study.
Credits at WCC....................................................... 64-84
Credits that transfer to EMU .......................... 64-84
* Required for EMU’s Women’s and Gender Studies major or minor.
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Prerequisite for upper-level courses in major or minor.
Sign up with us: If you let us know you are using this articulation agreement we can stay in touch with you and provide information and
advising to you while you are still at your community college. Sign up at: www.emich.edu/ccr/trackingsystem/Enter.php
Eastern Michigan University/Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
Posted: March 24, 2015
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September 2015
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE
Washtenaw Community College – A.A. in Liberal Arts Transfer
Eastern Michigan University – B.A. or B.S. with a Major or Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Completion of
Women’s & Gender Studies Major at EMU (27 credits)
Core Courses: (9 credits)
PHIL 226/ WGST 226 Feminist Theory......................................... 3
WGST 300 Feminist Inquiry ...................................................... 3
WGST 400W Capstone Seminar .................................................. 3
Restricted Electives: (12 credits)
Complete one course from each group below. At least 9 hours
must be at the 300/400 level. Special Topics and Independent
Studies must be approved by an advisor.
I. Arts and Humanities
ARTH 473 Women in Art (3)
CASI 240 Reel Women/Real Women (3)
CHL 353 Genders & Sexualities in Lit for Young Readers (3)
CLAS/HIST/WGST 321 Women & Gender in the Ancient World (3)
HIST/WGST 325 History of Sexuality (3)
HIST/ WGST 335 History of Women in Europe (3)
HIST/WGST 336 History of Women in the US and Great Brit (3)
HIST/WGST 415 Sexual Communities in American History (3)
PHIL/WGST 326W Philosophy and Sexuality (3)
PHIL/WGST 426W Topics in Gender and Philosophy (3)
LITR 443 Women in Literature (3)
LITR/WGST 445 Sexualities in Literature and Culture (3)
WGST 340 Transgenre; Genre, Gender & Sex-A Queer Poetics (3)
WGST 353 Genders & Sexualities in Lit for Young Readers (3)
WGST 436 Women in Art (3)
WGST 443 Women in Literature (3)
II. Social and Physical Sciences
AFC/PLSC/WGST 243 Black Women: Politics and Racism (3)
AFC/PLSC/WGST 362 Black Women: Religion and Sexism (3)
ANTH/WGST 355 Anthropology of Women (3)
BIO/WGST 269 Biology of Sex and Gender (3)
CRM/SOCL/WGST 338 Women, Crime and Justice (3)
ECON/WGST 328 Economics of Women (3)
PLSC/WGST 365 Women and Politics (3)
PSY/WGST 242 Psychology of Women (3)
SOCL/WGST 344 Sociology of Gender (3)
SOCL 450 The Family (3)
III. Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Studies
AFC/PLSC/WGST 243 Black Women: Politics and Racism (3)
AFC 361 The African American Family (3)
AFC/PLSC/WGST 362 Black Women: Religion and Sexism (3)
ANTH/WGST 355 Anthropology of Women (3)
PSY 340 Psych Perspectives on Prejudice & Discrimination (3)
WGST 210 Gender in a Transnational World (3)
WGST 370 Women’s & Gender Studies Abroad (3)
WGST 450 Topics in Women’s & Gender Studies (3)
WGST 456 Global Women: A Cross-Cultural Approach (3)
IV. Communities
BMMT/WGST 205 Women in Business (3)
CTAC/WGST 260 Gender Communication (3)
CTAC/ WGST 265 Communicating and LGBT Community (3)
LEGL/WGST 418 Women and the Law (3)
STS/WGST 420 Women and Technology (3)
SWRK/WGST 413 Women and Aging (3)
SWRK/WGST 462 Prac w/Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans (3)
WGST 230L Conversations with Girls (3)
WGST 305 Queer Studies (3)
WGST 387 Co-op in Women’s Studies (3)
WGST 487 Internship in Women’s and Gender Studies (3)
Women’s Studies Elective Courses: (6 credits)
Students may choose any Women’s Studies course for their
elective.
Additional Requirements: (0-3 credits)
Students must complete one Learning Beyond the Classroom
experience or course offered by EMU. WGST 230L or an
Internship or Co-op will satisfy this requirement. Consult the
Major advisor for options.
WGST majors must complete at least 15 credit hours at the
300/400 level.
Minor Requirements:
(12-24 credits)
Students must complete a minor of at least 20 credits. If chosen
carefully, some minor courses may be transferred from WCC.
Some minors to consider with the Women’s and Gender Studies
Major are: Psychology (20), Political Science (21), Social Work
(24), Communication (21), Journalism (24), Nonprofit
Administration (21), Health Administration (22), and General
Business (21). For a complete list of EMU minors see the EMU
Catalog and click on “Majors\Minors”.
http://catalog.emich.edu/
University Electives:
(0- 9 credits)
University elective credit hours will vary depending on the minor
selected and the specific courses completed. Students who transfer
insufficient credits will have to complete additional credits at EMU to
satisfy the minimum of 124 credits for graduation.
Transfer Credits ............................................... 64-85
Minimum Credits at EMU: ............................... 39-60
Minimum Credits to Graduate: .......................... 124
See sample majors and minors on page 5.
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September 2015
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE
Washtenaw Community College – A.A. in Liberal Arts Transfer
Eastern Michigan University – B.A. or B.S. with a Major or Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Completion of
Women’s & Gender Studies Minor at EMU (18 credits)
Restricted Elective Courses:
(12 credits)
Complete 6 hours from each group below. At least 6 hours must be
at the 300/400 level. Special Topics and Independent Studies must
be approved by an advisor.
I. Arts and Humanities (6 hours)
ARTH 473 Women in Art (3)
CLAS/HIST/WGST 321 Women & Gender in the Ancient World (3)
HIST/ WGST 335 History of Women in Europe (3)
HIST/WGST 336 History of Women in the US and Great Brit (3)
LITR 443 Women in Literature (3)
PHIL/ WGST 226 Feminist Theory (3)
PHIL/WGST 426W Topics in Gender and Philosophy (3)
WGST 305 Queer Studies (3)
WGST 340 Transgenre; Genre, Gender & Sex-A Queer Poetics (3)
WGST 353 Genders & Sexualities in Lit for Young Readers (3)
WGST 436 Women in Art (3)
WGST 443 Women in Literature (3)
II. Social and Physical Sciences (6 hours)
AFC/PLSC/WGST 243 Black Women: Politics and Racism (3)
AFC/PLSC/WGST 362 Black Women: Religion and Sexism (3)
ANTH/WGST 355 Anthropology of Women (3)
CRM/ECONSOCL/WGST 338 Women, Crime and Justice (3)
CTAC 260 Gender Communication (3)
ECON/WGST 328 Economics of Women (3)
PLSC/WGST 365 Women and Politics (3)
PLSC/WGST 243 Black Women: Politics & Racism (3)
PSY/WGST 242 Psychology of Women (3)
SOCL/WGST 344 Sociology of Gender (3)
WGST 456 Global Women: A Cross-Cultural Approach (3)
Major Requirements:
(24-36 credits)
Students must complete a major of at least 30 credits. If chosen
carefully, some major courses may be transferred from WCC.
Some majors to consider are: Communication (36), Journalism
(33), Literature (30), Philosophy (33), Political Science (30),
Psychology (32), or Public Administration (36). For a complete
list of EMU majors see the EMU Catalog and click on
“Majors\Minors”.
http://catalog.emich.edu/
Additional Requirements: (0-3 credits)
Students must complete one Learning Beyond the Classroom
experience or course offered by EMU. WGST 230L or an
Internship or Co-op will satisfy this requirement. Consult the
Major advisor for options.
WGST minors must complete at least 6 credit hours at the
300/400 level.
University Electives:
(0-9 credits)
University elective credit hours will vary depending on the minor
selected and the specific courses completed. Students who transfer
insufficient credits from Washtenaw Community College will have to
complete additional credits at EMU to satisfy the minimum of 124
credits for graduation.
Transfer Credits ............................................... 64-84
Minimum Credits at EMU: ............................... 40-60
Minimum Credits to Graduate: .......................... 124
See sample majors and minors on page 5.
Additional Elective Courses:
(6 credits)
BMMT/WGST 205 Women in Business (3)
LEGL/WGST 418 Women and the Law (3)
STS/WGST 420 Women and Technology (3)
SWRK/WGST 413 Women and Aging (3)
WGST 202 Intro to Gender & Sexuality (3)
WGST 230L Conversations with Girls (3)
WGST 300 Feminist Inquiry (3)
WGST 370 Women’s & Gender Studies Abroad (3)
WGST 387 Co-op in Women’s Studies (3)
WGST 405 Women in Sports (3)
WGST 450 Topics in Women’s & Gender Studies (3)
WGST 487 Internship in Women’s and Gender Studies (3)
Eastern Michigan University/Community College Relations
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September 2015
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE
Washtenaw Community College – A.A. in Liberal Arts Transfer
Eastern Michigan University – B.A. or B.S. with a Major or Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Additional Information:
1. In completing the coordinated program of study for this articulation agreement, course substitutions should be
made with the guidance of the advisers (indicated below) at both institutions to assure that all requirements
are satisfied. Each institution will determine the satisfaction of their individual program and degree
requirements. WCC courses indicated with an * are required for EMU’s Women’s and Gender Studies Major
or Minor.
2. Students with the MTA endorsement on their community college transcript have satisfied EMU’s General
Education Core Requirements and will be required to complete only the General Education Application
Requirements of one Perspectives on a Diverse World course, one “Learning beyond the Classroom”
experience, and a Writing Intensive course in the major. The Perspectives on a Diverse World requirement
may be satisfied at the community college as part of the MTA requirements.
To use the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA), students must have an official community college transcript,
with the “MTA Satisfied” endorsement sent to EMU’s Admissions Office. Students who do not have “MTA
Satisfied” on their community college transcript, will be required to satisfy EMU’s general education
requirements as listed in the Undergraduate Catalog. The MTA may be completed after admission to EMU,
however, students should inform advisors or they may be advised to complete additional courses for the
general education program. Students who enrolled at WCC prior to September 2014 may follow the
MACRAO agreement until August 2019.
3. Only courses with a grade of “C” or better (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) will be accepted for transfer to EMU.
4. Under this agreement, EMU will waive the 60-hour rule and require that a minimum of 40 credit hours must
be completed at the four-year college level with at least 30 credits at EMU. Of the last 30 hours completed
before graduating, a minimum of 10 credit hours must be in courses offered by EMU. All program
requirements must be satisfied either in transfer courses or at EMU. A minimum of 124 credit hours,
completed in-residence or accepted in transfer, is required for graduation.
5. Students must meet all admission requirements at the time of application for admission to EMU, including
submitting transcripts from all previously attended colleges. Washtenaw students will receive equal
consideration with other students for course registration and financial aid.
6. Students are encouraged to contact the Women’s and Gender Studies Department Head before applying for
admission to EMU. To facilitate advising and the evaluation of transcripts, sign up for this articulation
agreement using this link www.emich.edu/ccr/trackingsystem/Enter.php and bring a copy of this articulation
guide to all advising sessions.
Effective Dates: September 1, 2015 until August 31, 2018
If this agreement is not renewed at the end of the effective period, students who already started the program will
be given three additional years to be admitted to EMU under the terms of this agreement. Students who enrolled
at Washtenaw Community College prior to the effective period may use this agreement.
Contacts:
Washtenaw Community College
Kimberly Groce, Divisional Counselor
LA 300T; 734.973.3476
[email protected]
Eastern Michigan University
Jacqueline Goodman, Dept. Head
Women’s and Gender Studies
714 Pray Harrold, 734.487.6945
[email protected]
Eastern Michigan University/Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
Posted: March 24, 2015
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September 2015
WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES ARTICULATION AGREEMENT GUIDE
Washtenaw Community College – A.A. in Liberal Arts Transfer
Eastern Michigan University – B.A. or B.S. with a Major or Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies
Sample Programs of Study
Students should meet with a faculty advisor to determine a major or minor to go with Women’s and
Gender Studies and develop a plan of study.
Women’s and Gender Studies Major with
Electronic Media and Film Studies Minor
At WCC (85 credits)
Women’s and Gender Studies Major with
Nonprofit Administration Minor
At WCC (79 credits)
Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Requirements (30
credits)
WCC Liberal Arts Degree Requirements (30 credits)
EMFS Minor Requirements (12 credits)
COM 130 = CTAT 130 (3)
COM 150 = CTAT 131 (2)
COM 235 = CTAA 169 (1)
COM 160 = CTAT 241 (3)
ENG 115 or COM 155 = CTAT 334 (3)
Open Electives (13 credits)
Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) Requirements (30
credits)
WCC Liberal Arts Degree Requirements (30 credits)
Nonprofit Admin Minor Requirements (3 credits)
Restricted Elective Choose one:
PSY 206 = EDPS 325 (3)
PSY 207 = PSY 322 (3)
PSY 200 = PSY 321 (3)
SOC 205 = SOCL 214 (3)
Open Electives (16 credits)
At EMU (39 credits
At EMU (45 credits)
WGST Major Requirements (27 credits)
EMFS Minor (12 credits)
CTAT 132 (2)
CTAT 145 or 236 (3)
Theory Group Elective (3)
Restricted Electives (4)
WGST Major Requirements 27 credits
Nonprofit Admin Minor Requirements 18 credits
ACC 246 (3)
PLSC 336 (3)
PLSC 352 (3)
PLSC 435 (3)
Specialty Course (3)
PLSC 480 Field Seminar in Political Science/Public
Administration (3)
Total Combined Credits (124 credits)
Total Combined Credits (124 credits)
Eastern Michigan University/Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available on-line at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
March 9, 2015
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