EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY ARTICULATION GUIDE

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This guide can only be used by students who started college prior to Fall 2014.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
ARCHIVED ARTICULATION GUIDE
January 2012
Wayne County Community College –Emergency Room/Multi-Skilled Health Care Technology
Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Public Safety
Wayne County Community College
MACRAO Requirements
(35-36 credits)
1. English Writing Requirement
(6 credits)
ENG 119 English I ........................................................... 3
ENG 120 English II .......................................................... 3
2. Math/Science Requirement
(11-12 credits)
BIO 155 Intro Biology ..................................................... 4
BIO 240 Human Anatomy & Physiology I ....................... 4
1 Complete one course: (Complete at WCCCD) ................... 4
MAT 155 or 171, (MAT 131 may be taken if additional
math or science credit is completed to satisfy the
minimum of 8 credits in the math/science category)
3. Humanities Requirement
(9 credits)
2 SPH 101
Fundamentals of speech.................................. 3
Complete two courses: ....................................................... 6
Choose from courses approved by WCCCD to satisfy
The MACRAO humanities requirement.
4. Social Science Requirement
(9 credits)
PS 101
American Government ..................................... 3
SOC 100 Sociology.......................................................... 3
3
* Complete one course: ........................................................ 3
ANT 152 Intro to General Anthropology (3)
SOC 230 Ethnic Minorities (3)
WCCCD Program Requirements
(32 credits)
BIO 250 Human Anatomy & Physiology II(& BIO 240)...... 4
* ERT 215 Emergency Room Technician Clinical Exp ......... 6
Emergency Medical Technology Block: ............................ 22
EMT 114, 124, 126, 211, 217, 210
Eastern Michigan University
(35-36 credits)
(6 credits)
ENGL 120 English Comp I (University Elective) ................. 3
ENGL 121 English Composition II ...................................... 3
(11-12 credits)
BIO 105 Intro Biology for Non- Majors (Univ Elec).......... 4
see BIO 250 below............................................................... 4
An approved Quantitative Reasoning course.................... 4
(must be from at least two disciplines)
CTAC 124 Fundamentals of Speech .................................. 3
Two courses: ....................................................................... 6
Courses may transfer as equivalent courses, General
Education transfer credit, or general transfer credit.
(9 credits)
PLSC 112 American Government (University Elective) ..... 3
SOCL 105 Introductory Sociology ...................................... 3
Global Awareness/US Diversity Requirement.....................3
ANTH 135 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANTH/SOCL 214 US Racial & Cultural Minorities (3)
(32 credits)
BIO 251 & 252 Human Anatomy & Phys I&II (Univ Elec) ... 4
AACR GEN (subs for PLSC 488 Internship) ...................... 6
HSEM 000 General Transfer Credit ................................... 22
15 credit hours will apply as a concentration
7 credit hours will apply as university electives and
waivers will be given for HSEM 438 & HSEM 439
EMU requirements that may be taken at EMU or WCCCD
(26-27 credits)
* CJS 100 Intro to Criminal Justice ................................... 3
CRM 300 Criminal Justice ................................................ 3
* PS 235
State and Local Government ........................... 3
PLSC 202 State and Local Government ............................ 3
4 Open Electives ............................................................ 20-21
University Electives ....................................................... 20-21
Maximum Credits at WCCCD:........................... 94
Maximum Credits that transfer to EMU ........ 94
* Required for EMU’s Public Safety Administration program.
1
MAT 155 171 or 131 should be completed at WCCCD to satisfy EMU’s Quantitative Reasoning Requirement. If completed at EMU, MATH
110 is required unless Intermediate Algebra has been completed with a “C” or better, in which case any approved QR course may be
completed at EMU.
2
Prerequisite for CTAC 352 and CTAC 354 at EMU
3
Satisfies EMU’s Perspectives on a Diverse World Requirement
4
Students should consider completing a minor at EMU, such as Political Science, Public Law & Government, Health Administration, Urban &
Regional Planning, Communications, Nonprofit Administration, or African American Studies, to enhance employment options. Consult the
Public Safety Administration Adviser.
NOTE: Substitutions will be accepted at EMU for courses on this page that transfer as university electives or general transfer credit.
Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
January 18, 2012
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This guide can only be used by students who started college prior to Fall 2014.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
ARCHIVED ARTICULATION GUIDE
January 2012
Wayne County Community College District– Associate in Applied Science in Emergency Room/ MultiSkilled Health Care Technology
Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration
Completion of the Public Safety
Administration Program at EMU
Major Requirements
(30 credits)
Foundation Group: (3 credits)
Choose one course: ........................................................... 3
CTAC 352 Communication in Negotiation
CTAC 354 Organizational Communication
Administration Group: (12 credits)
PLSC 270 Public Administration....................................... 3
PLSC 334 Personnel Administration in Government........ 3
PLSC 352 Politics of Government Budgeting ................... 3
PLSC 431W Theories of Public Organization ...................... 3
Public Safety Admin Group: (12 credits)
HSEM 380 Planning & Decision Making for Pub Safety ....... 3
HSEM 381 Public Relations and Public Safety..................... 3
Choose one course: ............................................................. 3
HSEM 453 Mgmt/Leadership for Public Safety (3)
PLSC 450 Managing Public Service Agencies (3)
Choose one course: ............................................................. 3
PLSC 451 Seminar in Public Safety Admin (3)
HSEM 454 Managing Technology/Pub Safety Agen (3)
LBC Requirement: (3 credits)
1 University Elective/LBC experience ..................................... 3
Students may substitute their academy/internship
experience for PLSC 488, but will have to complete a LBC
experience at EMU and at least 3 credits to satisfy the 30
credit minimum in EMU credit hours.
Suggested Sequence for completing the program:
Spring Semester ............................................ (6 credits)
CTAC 352 or CTAC 354 .....................................................3
PLSC 270 Public Administration .......................................3
Fall Semester
(12 credits)
PLSC 334 Personnel Administration in Government ......3
PLSC 352 Politics of Government Budgeting..................3
PLSC 431W Theories of Public Organization .....................3
HSEM 453 or PLSC 450 .....................................................3
Winter Semester
(9 credits)
HSEM 380 Planning & Decision Making for Pub Safety .... 3
HSEM 381 Public Relations and Public Safety .................. 3
HSEM 454 or PLSC 451 ..................................................... 3
Spring/Summer Semester
1 LBC
(3 credits)
Course or experience and elective.............................. 3
Credits at EMU: .............................................. 30
Credits to Graduate:..................................... 124
1
Satisfies EMU’s Learning beyond the Classroom requirement. Students who already completed an academy or internship should consult
advisor to select 3 credits and an LBC experience.
Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
January 18, 2012
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This guide can only be used by students who started college prior to Fall 2014.
EASTERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY
ARCHIVED ARTICULATION GUIDE
January 2012
Wayne County Community College District– Associate in Applied Science in Emergency Room/ MultiSkilled Health Care Technology
Eastern Michigan University – Bachelor of Science in Public Safety Administration
Additional Information:
1. In completing the coordinated program of study for this articulation agreement, course substitutions should be
made with the guidance of the advisors at both institutions (indicated below) to assure that all requirements
are satisfied. Each institution will determine the satisfaction of their individual program and degree
requirements. WCCCD courses indicated with an * are required for EMU’s Public Safety Administration
program.
2. Students whose transcripts are endorsed as “MACRAO Satisfied” by the community college will only be
required to satisfy three of EMU’s general education requirements, noted on this guide and listed below.
These requirements may be completed at the most appropriate time for the student whether before or after
admission to EMU.
a) An approved course in Quantitative Reasoning: [at WCCCD: MAT 131, 155, or 171] or [at EMU: MATH
110 or if Intermediate Algebra is completed with a 2.0 or better, MATH 105, 118, 119, 120, 140, 170]
b) an approved course in Perspectives on a Diverse World: [ANT 152 or SOC 230 at WCCCD]
c) an approved Learning Beyond the Classroom course or experience offered by EMU: [PLSC 488 or other
approved LBC course/experience at EMU]
To use MACRAO, students must request that an official community college transcript, with the “MACRAO
Satisfied” stamp, be sent to EMU’s Admissions Office. Students, who do not have “MACRAO Satisfied” on
their community college transcript, will be required to satisfy EMU’s general education requirements as
listed in the Undergraduate Catalog. The MACRAO stamp may be completed after admission to EMU,
however, students should inform advisors at EMU that they intend to complete MACRAO, or they may be
advised to complete additional courses for the general education program.
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 30 credit hours must
be completed in EMU courses, 15 hours of which must be in major/program requirements at the 300-level or
above. Of the last 30 hours completed before graduation, a minimum of 10 hours must be in courses offered
by 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 admission to EMU, including submitting
transcripts from all previously attended colleges.
6. Students are encouraged to meet with the EMU Public Safety Administration Adviser early, before
completing an admission application to EMU. To facilitate the evaluation of transcripts, students should
indicate they are using this articulation guide on their application to EMU and bring a copy to all advising
sessions. Copies of this agreement are available at www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php.
Effective Dates: January 1, 2012 through December 31, 2014.
This is a renewal of an agreement made in September 2007. Students who began this program prior to the
new effective date have the option of changing to this guide. 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 the agreement.
Contacts:
Wayne County Community College District
Eastern Michigan University
Criminal Justice Program Advisor
Joseph Ohren, Ph.D.
Public Safety Administration Advisor
601 Pray-Harrold
734-487-3113; [email protected]
Community College Relations
Copies of this guide are available at: http://www.emich.edu/ccr/artguide.php
January 18, 2012
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