2009-2010 University of Illinois College of Media Danville Area Community College Associate of Science and Arts Transfer Curriculum Advertising Individuals who complete the courses listed below earn the Associate of Science and Arts degree at Danville Area Community College will have met the senior institution’s lower division general education requirements and will be admitted as juniors. Required Courses First Semester ENGL 101 Rhetoric & Composition I LITR 101 Intro to Poetry – OR – LITR 102 Intro to Drama MATH 115 Survey of Statistics Life Science Elective Foreign Language Elective INST 101 Success in College Total Second Semester ENGL 102 Rhetoric & Composition II LITR 103 Intro to Fiction – OR – LITR 105 Intro to Film Physical Science Foreign Language HIST 151 History of U.S. to 1865 – OR – HIST 152 History of U.S. since 1865 Total Third Semester PSYC 100 Intro to Psychology SPCH 101 Oral Communication – OR – SPCH 102 Public Speaking CECN 102 Micro-Economics Foreign Language Elective Fine Arts Elective Total Fourth Semester SOCY 100 Intro to Sociology CECN 103 Macroeconomics Elective Elective Total Hours 3 3 3 4 4 1 18 3 3 3-4 4 3 16-17 3 3 3 4 3 16 3 3 3 3 12 Transfer Admission Requirements: 1. 3.25 Grade Point Average (4.0 scale) 2. Sixty (60) hours for Admission to the College of Media. Applicants will not be permitted to complete coursework to fulfill the 60-hour rule of prerequisite coursework during the summer prior to fall enrollment. 3. A reasonable degree of proficiency in typing is required before entering the College of Media. 4. ENGL 101, ENGL 102, MATH 115, 2nd level of foreign language are required for admission. Third level of foreign language is required for graduation. 5. The Online Application is strongly encouraged. Your application will be processed more quickly and you will be able to check its status onlin e. Online Applications can be accessed at www.oar.uiuc.edu/prospective/ugrad/apply.html. Notes: 1. Accreditation by the American Council on Education for Journalism. 2. DACC recommends a three (3) hour course in Third World or Non-Western Culture, either in Humanities or Social Science. 3. Effective Fall 1992, new students or re-entering students absent more than two years and seeking an A.S.A. degree are required to take at least one course with human relations content. See your counselor for a list of courses that fulfill this requirement. 4. For further information, please contact: Jennifer Follis, Director of Student Services and Advising 119 Gregory Hall 810 S. Wright University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, IL 61801 Telephone: 217-244-4329 Email: [email protected] PROGRAM AND CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. SEE A DACC COUNSELOR OR ACADEMIC ADVISOR FOR UPDATED INFORMATION PRIOR TO REGISTRATION EACH SEMESTER.