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TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY/ST. CHARLES COMMUNITY COLLEGE
LIBERAL STUDIES (GENERAL EDUCATION) PROGRAM TRANSFER GUIDE
The following chart was prepared by the Truman State University Registrar's Office and reflects the manner in which
credit completed at St. Charles Community College may be used to fulfill Truman State University Liberal Studies
Program (General Education) requirements. This information is subject to revision, without prior notice, as a result
of changes in either St. Charles' or Truman's curriculum.
For a complete list of the courses equivalencies from St. Charles Community College to Truman, visit Truman’s Transfer
Website at http://willittransfer.truman.edu. If a course that you are taking, or that you may take, from St. Charles
Community College is not included on this list, please contact the Truman State University Registrar's Office (660-7854143 or [email protected]) for more information. We will need the number and name of the course you are
completing through St. Charles Community College to process your request.
If you earn an Associate of Arts degree, the Essential Skills and Modes of Inquiry of the Liberal Studies Program general
education requirements at Truman will be met. Depending on your major at Truman, you may still need to complete some
of these courses to meet specific degree requirements as determined by your major. If you have questions about the
requirements for the major you are considering, please contact [email protected]
Truman State University accepts both the credit earned for a course and the grade received. Grades earned become part
of your cumulative grade point average. Students must report all credit attempted.
Truman State University Requirement:
Students may complete this requirement by completing one
of these St. Charles Community College courses:
Essential Skills:
Writing as Critical Thinking
Speech
Elementary Functions
Statistics
Satisfactorily complete:
ENG 101 English Composition I (3)
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
SPE 101 Oral Communications (3)
SPE 102 Public Speaking (3)
Complete one course, or one set of courses, from the
following:
MAT 150 Trigonometry (3)
AND
MAT 160 College Algebra (4)
--OR
MAT 171 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (6)
OR
MAT 180 Calculus & Analytic Geometry I (4)*
MAT 210 Survey of Calculus (5)*
*A course that fulfills the Mathematical Mode of Inquiry at Truman
will also fulfill the Elementary Functions Essential Skill
requirement.
Satisfactorily complete:
MAT 175 Introductory Statistics (3)
Computer Literacy
Computer literacy is imbedded in a student’s curriculum. Truman
does not require specific courses to fulfill this requirement.
Personal Well-Being
You will still need to complete HLTH 195 Lifetime Health &
Wellness at Truman but you could complete the physical activity
portion of the requirement at SCC by taking one course from the
following:
PHE 124 Pilates
PHE 125 Walking Fitness
PHE 126 Boot Camp
PHE 127 Cardio Core Strength
Modes of Inquiry:
Students must complete three of four Qualitative Modes of Inquiry and three of four Quantitative Modes of Inquiry. Some
courses that fulfill Modes of Inquiry requirements are also required as part of a student’s major curriculum.
When selecting courses, students should review the requirements for their major in the 2012-2013 Truman State
University General/Graduate Catalog for more information.
Aesthetic: Fine Arts
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
ART 101 Art Appreciation (3)
ART 151 Survey of Western Art History II (3)
ART 160 Modern and Contemporary Art History (3)
MUS 110 American Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 111 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 112 Jazz Appreciation (3)
THE 122 Introduction to the Theater (3)
Aesthetic: Literature
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
LIT 200 World Mythology (3)
LIT 210 American Literature From 1620-1865 (3)
LIT 220 American Literature From 1865-Present (3)
LIT 242 Post Colonial Literature (3)
LIT 250 English Literature Before 1800 (3)
LIT 252 Introduction to Shakespeare (3)
LIT 260 English Literature After 1800 (3)
LIT 271 Contemporary Voices of Global Literature (3)
LIT 272 World Literature: Ancient World Through the
Renaissance (3)
LIT 273 World Literature: Enlightenment to the 20th
Century (3)
SPE 210 Oral Interpretation (3)
THE 210 Oral Interpretation (3)
Historical
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
ART 150 Survey of Western Art History I (3)
HIS 101 U.S. History to 1877 (3)
HIS 102 U.S. History Since 1877 (3)
HIS 145 Western Civilization, Ancient and Medieval
Heritage (3)
HIS 146 Western Civilizations, Modern European
Heritage (3)
Mathematical
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
MAT 180 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (5)
MAT 210 Survey Calculus (4)
Philosophical/Religious
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
PHL 102 Introduction to Logic (3)
PHL 160 Ethics (3)
PHL 201 World Religion (3)
PHL 260 Reason and Religion (3)
Scientific: Life Science
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
BIO 101 General Biology I (4) includes lab
BIO 105 Essentials of Biology (3)
AND BIO 106 Essentials of Biology Laboratory (1)
BIO 125 General Botany (4) includes lab
BIO 150 General Biology I (4) includes lab
BIO 160 General Botany (4) includes lab
Scientific: Physical Science
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
CHM 101 Intro to Chemistry (3) AND CHM 103 Lab (1)
CHM 110 General Chemistry I (3) AND CHM 113 Lab (2)
CHM 111 General Chemistry II (3) AND CHM 114 Lab (2)
CHM 115 General Chemistry I (5)
CHM 116 General Chemistry II (5)
PHY 111 Intro. to Physical Science (3) AND PHY 113 Lab (1)
PHY 130 Astronomy (3) AND PHY 131 Lab (1)
PHY 150 General Physics I (3) AND PHY 153 Lab I (1)
PHY 151 General Physics II (3) AND PHY 154 Lab II (1)
PHY 240 College Physics I (4) AND PHY 243 Lab I (1)
PHY 241 College Physics II (4) AND PHY 244 Lab II (1)
Social Scientific
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following:
ANT 102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANT 151 World Archaeology (3)
ECO 100 Survey Economics (3)
ECO 110 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ECO 120 Principles of Microeconomics (3)
GEO 100 Principles of Geography (3)
POL 101 American Government (3)
POL 201 International Relations (3)
PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (3)
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 102 Introduction to Sociological Theory (3)
Interconnecting Perspectives:
Truman Program
This course is waived for transfer students. The Truman Program
is required during the first semester of enrollment for all students
classified as first-time, degree-seeking undergraduates.
Junior Interdisciplinary Writing-Enhanced Seminar This course must be completed at Truman.
Intercultural Perspective
Elementary Language Proficiency Requirement
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following. This
course may be used to fulfill other requirements in the
student’s degree program.
ANT 102 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (3)
ANT 151 World Archaeology
ART 150 Art History I (3)
ART 160 Art History II (3)
GLC 101 Introduction to Global Studies (3)
GLC 133 Cultures of Central America and the Caribbean (1-3)
GLC 135 Cultures of the Amazon and Andes (1-3)
GLC 155 Central European History and Cultures (1-3)
HIS 145 Western Civilization, Ancient and Medieval Heritage (3)
HIS 146 Western Civilizations, Modern European Heritage (3)
MUS 111 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 112 Jazz Appreciation (3)
POL 201 International Relations (3)
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 102 Introduction to Sociological Theory (3)
Satisfactorily complete one set of courses from the following:
FRN 101 French Language and Culture I (4)
and FRN 102 French Language and Culture II (4)
or
GRM 101 German Language and Culture I (4)
and GRM 102 German Language and Culture II (4)
or
SPN 101 Spanish Language and Culture I (4)
and SPN 102 Spanish Language and Culture II (4)
Other Degree Requirements:
Missouri Statute
Satisfactorily complete one course from the following. This
course may be used to fulfill other requirements in the
student’s degree program.
HIS 101 U.S. History to 1877 (3)
HIS 102 U.S. History Since 1877 (3)
HIS 115 U.S. History Since 1945 (3)
HIS 270 History of Missouri (3)
POL 101 American Government (3)
POL 102 State and Local Government (3)
Writing Enhanced Courses
All students must complete one writing-enhanced Junior
Interdisciplinary Seminar (JINS) course and two additional writingenhanced courses. (Preferably one writing-enhanced course
should be completed in the major and one writing-enhanced
course should be completed outside the major.) Selected courses
may fulfill other requirements, including LSP: Modes of Inquiry.
Specific sections and specific instructors of writing-enhanced
courses will be designated each semester in the Schedule of
Classes.
Intermediate Language Proficiency Requirement
(Required only for students seeking these degrees)
Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Music
Bachelor of Fine Arts
Bachelor of Science in Linguistics
Satisfactorily complete one set of courses from the following:
FRN 201 French Language and Culture III (4)
and FRN 202 French Conversation and Composition (4)
or
GRM 201 German Language and Culture III (4)
and GRM 202 German Conversation and Composition (4)
or
SPAN 201 Spanish Language and Culture III (4)
and SPAN 202 Spanish Conversation and Composition (4)
October 2012
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