NMC Transfer Guide

To: Lawrence Technological University - Main Campus

Program: Architecture

L.T.U.'s Architecture is among the oldest in the United States. Architecture at L.T.U. is based on the belief of Leonardo da Vinci's depiction of man in harmony with his environment. Architecture, unlike Design Technology (which utilizes typical drafting and design) is an artistic based discipline. Due to the specific nature of this program, contact with L.T.U. should be made as soon as possible. Also, the sooner you transfer, the sooner you can work on your professional course work.

For Information at L.T.U. call 248-204-316

BASIC REQUIREMENTS

Communications

Credits

The MACRAO agreement will satisfy general Education at LTU.  If you choose not to complete MACRAO please choose below.  See a counselor for MACRAO details.

ENG 111

English Composition
ENG 111 required by LTU, ENG 112 required to complete degree requirements at NMC.

4

Humanities

Credits

Choose two courses from below: (for a degree from N.M.C. you need 8 credits from 2 departments)

ART 100, 111, 112, 116

Art Appreciation, Art history 1 or 2, World Cultures

3 or 4

ENG 240, 241, 242, 254, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267, 271

Intro to Literature, Mythology, Women in Literature, Shakespeare, British Literature, American Literature, World Literature, Detective fiction, Science Fiction, Popular Culture, Film as Literature, Adolescence and Cultural Diversity

3

HUM 101, 102, 111, 112

Intro to Humanities 1 & 2; American Experience 1 & 2

3 or 4

MUS 110, 111

Music and Jazz Appreciation

3

PHL 181, 182

Old Testament, New Testament

4

Science/Math

Credits

MTH 141

Calculus I
(If you need math prior to MTH 141 it will count toward your degree at NMC but will not transfer.)

5

PHY 121

General Physics I

4

PHY 122

General Physics II

4

Social Science

Credits

L.T.U. requires 2 Social Sciences classes however, for a degree from N.M.C. you need 8 credits from social sciences. L.T.U. allows courses in History and Philosophy to complete this area including: HST 101, 102, 111, 112, 211, 212, 225, 228, 230, 235 & PHL 101, 105, 121, 122, 201 202, 222. History and Philosophy are considered a humanities at NMC. If you are pursuing an associate degree from NMC select 8 credits from the social sciences below. If you are not interested in a degree from NMC you may select specified History and Philosophy classes to count as well as the classes listed below.

Choose 2 classes from courses below : (for a degree from N.M.C. you need 8 credits from 2 departments)

GEO 101, 105, 108, 109, 110

Intro to Geography; Physical Geography; Geography of U.S. and Canada; World Regional Geography; Economic Geography

3

PSY 101, 211, 221, 223, 225, 231, 250

Introduction to Psychology, Developmental, Psy. of Personality, Social Psy., Human Sexuality, Psy. of Adjustment, Abnormal Psy.

3

PLS 101, 132, 211

Survey of American Government, Comparative Government, International Relations

3

SOC 101, 113, 201, 211, 220, 231

Intro to Sociology, Cultural Anthropology, Modern Social Problems, Marriage and Family, Gender and Society, Deviance and Criminal Behavior

3


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

ART 131

Color & Design

3

ART 132

3-D Design

3

ART 111

Art History (Imaging Only)

4

ART 112 & 116

History of Western Art & Art of Asia, Africa and Americas. (counts as one art class Art 3646 at L.T.U.) (Imaging only)

8

ART 171

Photo I (Imaging Majors only)

2

ART 275

Digital Photo 2 (Imaging Majors only)

3

BUS 231

Professional Communications

3

Choose 6 Elective semester hours from list below

ART 161

Painting I

3

ART 165

Watercolor Painting I

3

ART 173

Photography II

3

ART 213

Modern Art History

3

ART 214

Women in Art

3

ART 221

Life Drawing I

3

DD 120 & 130

Computer Aided Drafting & Architectural Drafting

4

Northwestern Michigan College does not assume final responsibility for the accuracy of information on this guide. The final responsibility for the successful transfer of classes suggested on this guide rests with you and the institution you plan to transfer to. It is strongly recommended that you visit the institution as early in your academic career (prior to transfer) as possible.

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