NMC transfer guide

To: Michigan Technological University - Main Campus

Program: Economics

Communications

Credits

ENG 111, 112

English Composition

8

HUMANITIES, SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND COMMUNICATION FOR MTU GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

Note: As part of their General Education requirements, Michigan Tech requires a total of 25 credits in Communication, Social Science and/or Humanities ). Three of these credits must be at the junior or senior level. One class from each of the Humanities at MTU and Social Science lists below are required. Additional NMC classes from the above categories that will transfer as Distribution Requirements are listed at this link:

MTU Distribution Requirements (16 credits) If ENG 111 (4) and ENG 112 (4) listed at beginning of the guide are taken, then 8 credits from this list may be chosen.

NMC classes that transfer in at the junior level to Michigan Tech are: (3 credits required)

ENG 220/Technical Writing (gr. 2), ENG 254/Shakespeare (gr. 1), Any second year foreign language (gr. 1) (Humanities at NMC)

PSY 223/Social Psy (gr. 1), PSY 250/Abnormal Psy (gr. 1), (Social Science at NMC)

World Cultures at MTU (Choose one class: 3-4 credits)

Credits

ANT 113

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

3

HST 101

Western Civilization to 1500 A.D.

4

HST 102

Western Civilization from 1500 A.D.

4

Institutions at MTU (Choose one class: 3 credits)

Credits

Choose one of the following courses:

PLS 101

Survey of American Government

3

ECO 201

Macroeconomics

3

ECO 202

Microeconomics

Science/Math

Credits

MTH 131

Probability & Statistics

3

MTH 141

Calculus I

5

MTH 142

Calculus II

5

Click here to choose 2 Science Division courses with labs

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Credits

ACC 121

Accounting Principles I

4

ACC 122

Accounting Principles II

4

BUS 261

Business Law I

3

BUS 101

Introduction to Business

3

One year of a foreign language recommended

Choose any Physical Education activity courses

2

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.

Updated: Spring 2013

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