LSA Transfer Guide for
Schoolcraft College

This transfer guide was developed to promote a smooth curriculum transition for students who want to earn an associate degree from Schoolcraft College and transfer to the University of Michigan to earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science. This transfer guide is designed to minimize the loss of credit and duplication of coursework in transferring. This course guide is subject to change. For the most recent information available on transfer credit, please check the course equivalencies for Schoolcraft College at www.ugadmiss.umich.edu/TCE/Public/CT_TCESearch.aspx.

 

Schoolcraft College   University of Michigan
 
Writing Requirement – 4 credits
ENG 102 English Composition   ENGLISH 125
 
Quantitative Reasoning – 3 credits
MATH 122 Elementary Statistics   STATS*
PHYS 181 General Physics   PHYSICS 125 & 127
PHYS 182 General Physics   PHYSICS 126 & 128
PHYS 211 General Physics   PHYSICS 140 & 141
PHYS 212 General Physics   PHYSICS 240 & 241
 
Language Requirement – up to 16 credits
FR 202 Intermediate French   FRENCH 232
GER 202 Intermediate German II   GERMAN 232
SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II   SPANISH 232
 
Area Distribution – 30 credits
Natural Science:
BIOL 101 General Biology   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 105 Basic Human Anatomy & Physiology I   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 120 Principles of Biology I   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 130 Principles of Biology II   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 211 Zoology   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 212 Botany   BIOLOGY*
CHEM 111 General Chemistry   CHEM 130(3),CHEM*(1)
CHEM 117 General Chem & Qualitative Analysis   CHEM*
CHEM 213 Organic Chemistry I   CHEM 210(4), 211(1)
CHEM 214 Organic Chemistry II   CHEM 215(3), 216(2)
GEOG 130 Physical Geography   GEOG 201
GEOL 120 Geology of Michigan   EARTH*
GEOL 133 Physical Geology   EARTH 117
GEOL 134 Historical Geology   EARTH*
GEOL 237 Mineralogy   EARTH*
PHYS 181 General Physics   PHYSICS 125 & 127
PHYS 182 General Physics   PHYSICS 126 & 128
PHYS 211 General Physics   PHYSICS 140 & 141
PHYS 212 General Physics   PHYSICS 240 & 241
Social Science:
ANTH 117 Introduction to Archaeology   ANTHRARC 282
ANTH 201 Cultural Anthropology   ANTHRCUL 101
ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics   ECON 102
ECON 202 Principles of Microeconomics   ECON 101
HIST 134 Ancient World   HISTORY*
HIST 137 Early Modern World   HISTORY*
HIST 151 Early America (US History)   HISTORY*
HIST 152 19th Century America (US History)   HISTORY*
POLS 105 Survey of American Government   POLSCI 111
POLS 207 Comparative Government   POLSCI 140
POLS 209 International Relations   POLSCI 160
PSYC 201 Introductory Psychology   PSYCH 111
PSYC 209 Child Psychology   PSYCH*
SOC 201 Principles of Sociology   SOC 100
SOC 205 Social Problems   SOC*
SOC 209 Marriage and Family   SOC*
Humanities:
ART 115 Art History   HISTART 101
ART 116 Art History   HISTART 102
ENG 243 Introduction to Literature: Short Fiction   ENGLISH 230
ENG 244 Introduction to Literature: Poetry   ENGLISH 240
ENG 245 Introduction to Literature: Drama   ENGLISH 245
ENG 248 Introduction to Literature: Shakespeare   ENGLISH 267
ENG 251 American Lit from Colonial Times - Civil War   ENGLISH 270
ENG 252 American Lit: Late 19th Century - Present   ENGLISH 270
HUM 106 Introduction to Art and Music   INTERHUM*
MUSIC 105 Music Appreciation   MUSICOL*
MUSIC 164 Music History I   MUSICOL*
MUSIC 165 Music History II   MUSICOL*
PHIL 243 Introduction to Philosophy   PHIL 232
PHIL 277 Ethical Problems   PHIL 361
THEA 231 History of Theatre   THTRELSA*
THEA 232 History of Theatre II   THTRELSA*
Creative Expression:
ENG 205 Creative Writing   ENGLISH 223
ENG 206 Creative Writing   ENGLISH 223
THEA 208 Acting I   THTREMUS 101
THEA 209 Acting 2   THTREMUS 102
Mathematical and Symbolic Analysis:
MATH 119 Trigonometry   MATH 105
MATH 150 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I   MATH 115
MATH 151 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II   MATH 116
MATH 240 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III   MATH 215
MATH 252 Differeential Equations   MATH 216
 
Departmental Credit
ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting   ACC*
ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting   ACC*
ANTH 112 Introduction to Anthropology   ANTHRCUL*
ANTH 211 Myth, Magic and World Religions   ANTHRCUL*
ANTH 214 Native American Traditions   ANTHRCUL*
ART 105 Basic Drawing   ARTDES*
ART 106 Basic Design   ARTDES*
ART 113 Art Education   EDUC*
ART 118 Ceramics I   ARTDES*
ART 201 Art Appreciation   HISTART*
ART 211 Art   ARTDES*
BIOL 104 Conservation and Natural Resources   ENVIRON*
BIOL 235 Anatomy & Physiology   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 237 Principles of Anatomy & Physiology I   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 238 Principles of Anatomy & Physiology II   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 240 Anatomy and Physiology Review   BIOLOGY*
BIOL 243 Microbiology   BIOLOGY*
BUS 207 Business Law   LHC*
BUS 208 Business Law   LHC*
CHEM 125 Organic and Biochemistry   CHEM*
CHEM 126 Organic and Biochemistry   CHEM*
COMA 103 Fundamentals of Speech   SPEECH*
COMA 200 Interpersonal Communications   SPEECH*
COMA 201 Discussion   SPEECH*
COMA 203 Contemporary Public Address   SPEECH*
COMA 205 Argumentation and Persuasion   SPEECH*
COMA 210 Communications for Leaders   SPEECH*
COMA 230 Introduction to Mass Communications   COMM*
ECON 103 Introductory Economics   ECON*
ENG 101 English Composition   ENGCMPTC*
ENG 107 Introduction to Journalism   JOURN*
ENG 200 Introduction to Film   ENGLISH*
ENG 203 Children's Literature   EDUC*
ENG 221 Advanced Composition   ENGLISH*
ENG 246 Introduction to Literature: Novel   ENGLISH*
ENG 280 The Nature of Language   LING*
ENGR 201 Statics   ENGR*
ENGR 202 Mechanics of Materials   ENGR*
ENGR 203 Dynamics   ENGR*
FR 101 Elementary French   FRENCH 101
FR 102 Elementary French   FRENCH 102
FR 201 Intermediate French   FRENCH 231
GEOG 105 Earth Science for Elementary Teachers   EDUC*
GEOG 133 World Regional Geography   GEOG*
GEOG 212 Environmental Sciences   GEOG*
GEOG 217 Water Resources   GEOG*
GEOL 140 Regional Geology   EARTH*
GER 101 Elementary German I   GERMAN 101
GER 102 Elementary German II   GERMAN 102
GER 201 Intermediate German I   GERMAN 231
HIST 138 Contemporary World   HISTORY*
HIST 141 History of Michigan & Great Lakes   HISTORY*
HIST 153 Contemporary America (US History)   HISTORY*
HIST 230 US Business History - 1865 to Present   HISTORY*
INTED 201 The French Experience   INTERHUM*
MATH 105 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers   MATH 385
MATH 106 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II   MATH*
MATH 128 Precalculus (without Trigonometry)   MATH*
MATH 129 Precalculus (with Trigonometry)   MATH*
MATH 135 Finite Mathematics   MATH*
MATH 145 Calculus for Business and Soc Sci   MATH*
MATH 211 Computer Programming   CSP*
MATH 230 Linear Math   MATH*
MUSIC 104 Basic Materials in Music Theory   THEORY*
MUSIC 107 Music for Elementary Teachers   EDUC*
MUSIC 109 The Architecture of Music   MUSICOL*
MUSIC 144 Practice Teaching and Practicum in Piano Teaching II   MUSED*
MUSIC 149 Popular Music Culture in America   MUSICOL*
MUSIC 153 Music Theory I   THEORY*
MUSIC 154 Music Theory II   THEORY*
MUSIC 155 History of Broadway   MUSICOL*
MUSIC 171 Music Technology I   PAT*
MUSIC 172 Music Technology II   PAT*
MUSIC 173 Basic Studio Techniques I & II   PAT*
MUSIC 201 Keyboard Skills for Piano Teachers I & II   THEORY*
MUSIC 243 Peactice Teaching and Practicum in Piano Teaching I & II   MUSED*
MUSIC 250 Music Theory III   THEORY*
MUSIC 252 Music Theory IV   THEORY*
MUSIC 257 Piano Teaching Techniques & Materials 2   MUSED*
MUSIC 273 Advanced Studio Techniques I & II   PAT*
MUSIC 298 Special Music Projects   MUSPERF*
MUSIC 299 Special Music Projects   MUSPERF*
PHIL 247 Logic   PHIL 201
PHYS 104 Introduction to Astronomy   ASTRO*
POLS 109 State and Local Government   POLSCI*
POLS 205 Political Parties   POLSCI*
PSYC 205 Psychology of Adjustment   PSYCH*
PSYC 219 Adult Development   PSYCH*
SOC 220 Urban Sociology   SOC*
SOC 290 Indiv&Community: An Honors Capstone Crs   SOC*
SOC 304 Nonwestern World   SOC*
SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I   SPANISH 101
SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II   SPANISH 102
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish I   SPANISH 231
THEA 101 Introduction to Theatre   THTRELSA*
THEA 204 Stage Makeup   THTRELSA*
THEA 207 Stagecraft and Lighting   THTRELSA*
THEA 241 Oral Interpretation of Literature   THTRELSA*
 
*For the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts the final approval of departmental credit for distribution must be made by an LSA counselor. The designations stated here give a likely approximation of what will be approved.