LSA Transfer Guide for
Washtenaw Community College

This transfer guide was developed to promote a smooth curriculum transition for students who want to earn an associate degree from Washtenaw Community 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 Washtenaw Community College at www.ugadmiss.umich.edu/TCE/Public/CT_TCESearch.aspx.

 

Washtenaw Community College   University of Michigan
 
Writing Requirement – 4 credits
ENG 111 Composition I   ENGLISH 125
 
Quantitative Reasoning – 3 credits
MTH 160 Basic Statistics   STATS*
PHY 111 General Physics I   PHYSICS 125 & 127
PHY 122 General Physics II   PHYSICS 126 & 128
PHY 211 Analytical Physics I   PHYSICS 140 & 141
PHY 222 Analytical Physics II   PHYSICS 240 & 241
 
Language Requirement – up to 16 credits
FRN 111 First Year French I   FRENCH 101
FRN 122 First Year French II   FRENCH 102
FRN 213 Second Year French I   FRENCH 231
FRN 224 Second Year French II   FRENCH 232
GRM 111 First Year German I   GERMAN 101
GRM 122 First Year German II   GERMAN 102
SPN 111 First Year Spanish I   SPANISH 101
SPN 122 First Year Spanish II   SPANISH 102
SPN 213 Second Year Spanish I   SPANISH 231
SPN 224 Second Year Spanish II   SPANISH 232
 
Area Distribution – 30 credits
Natural Science:
ANT 202 Introduction to Physical Anthropology   ANTHRBIO 161
AST 100 Backyard Astronomy   ASTRO*
AST 111 General Astronomy   ASTRO*
BIO 101 Concepts Of Biology   BIOLOGY*
BIO 111 Anatomy & Physiology   PHYSIOL 201
CEM 105 Fundamentals of Chemistry   CHEM*
CEM 111 General Chemistry I   CHEM 130, CHEM*
CEM 122 General Chemistry II   CHEM*
CEM 140 Organic Biochemistry   CHEM*
CEM 211 Organic Chemistry I   CHEM 210, 211
CEM 222 Organic Chemistry II   CHEM 215, 216
GLG 100 Introduction to Earth Science   EARTH*
GLG 103 Field Geology   EARTH*
GLG 104 Weather   AOSS*
GLG 109 Common Rocks   EARTH*
GLG 110 Geology of the National Parks   EARTH 120
GLG 114 Physical Geology   EARTH 117
GLG 125 Historical Geology   EARTH*
PHY 111 General Physics I   PHYSICS 125 & 127
PHY 122 General Physics II   PHYSICS 126 & 128
PHY 211 Analytical Physics I   PHYSICS 140 & 141
PHY 222 Analytical Physics II   PHYSICS 240 & 241
SCI 101 The Nature of Science   INTERNS*
Social Science:
ANT 201 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology   ANTHRCUL 101
COM 130 Introduction to Mass Communication   COMM*
ECO 211 Principles of Economics I   ECON 102
ECO 222 Principles of Economics II   ECON 101
ECO 280 International Economics   ECON*
GEO 103 Cultural Geography   GEOG*
HST 121 Western Civilization I   HISTORY*
HST 122 Western Civilization II   HISTORY*
HST 201 US History to 1877   HISTORY*
HST 202 US History Since 1877   HISTORY*
HST 230 History of the Holocaust   HISTORY*
PLS 112 Intro American Government   POLSCI 111
PLS 211 Introduction to Comparative Gov   POLSCI 140
PSY 100 Introductory Psychology   PSYCH 111
PSY 257 Abnormal Psychology   PSYCH 270
PSY 260 Introduction to Human Sexuality   PSYCH*
SOC 100 Principles of Sociology   SOC 100
SOC 202 Criminology   SOC*
SOC 205 Race & Ethnic Relations   SOC*
Humanities:
ENG 140 Horror and Science Fiction   ENGLISH*
ENG 160 Intro to Lit: Poetry & Drama   ENGLISH*
ENG 170 Intro to Lit: Short Story & Novel   ENGLISH 230
ENG 181 African American Literature   ENGLISH 274
ENG 200 Shakespeare   ENGLISH 267
ENG 211 American Literature I   ENGLISH 270
ENG 212 English Literature I   ENGLISH*
ENG 213 World Literature I   GTBOOKS 201
ENG 214 Lit of the Non-Western World   ENGLISH*
ENG 222 American Literature II   ENGLISH 270
ENG 223 English Literature II   ENGLISH*
ENG 224 World Literature II   GTBOOKS 202
ENG 242 Multicultural Literature for Youth   ENGLISH*
MUS 180 Music Appreciation   MUCICOL*
PHL 101 Introduction to Philosophy   PHIL 232
PHL 102 History of Philosophy   PHIL*
PHL 120 Philosophy of Work   PHIL*
PHL 123 Critical Thinking   PHIL*
PHL 200 Existentialism   PHIL*
PHL 205 Ethics   PHIL*
PHL 244 Ethical/ Legal Issues Health Care   PHIL*
Creative Expression:
ART 125 Painting II   ARTDES*
DAN 102 Beginning Modern Dance II   DANCE*
DAN 103 Beginning Tap Dance I   DANCE*
DAN 104 Tap Dance II   DANCE*
DAN 105 Beginning Jazz Dance I   DANCE*
DAN 106 Beginning Jazz Dance II   DANCE*
DAN 107 Beginning Ballet I   DANCE*
DAN 108 Beginning Ballet II   DANCE*
DAN 110 Afro-American Dance I   DANCE*
DAN 111 Popular Dance Forms   DANCE*
DAN 122 Ballroom Dance I   DANCE*
DAN 180 Dance Appreciation: The World of Dance   DANCE*
DAN 200 Advanced Performance - Dance   DANCE*
DAN 210 Afro-American Dance II   DANCE*
DAN 222 Ballroom Dance II   DANCE*
ENG 270 Creative Writing I   ENGLISH 223
Mathematical and Symbolic Analysis:
MTH 107 Triangle Trigonometry   MATH 105
MTH 160 Basic Statistics   STATS*
MTH 178 General Trigonometry   MATH 105
MTH 181 Mathematical Analysis I   MATH*
MTH 182 Mathematical Analysis II   MATH*
MTH 191 Calculus I   MATH 115
MTH 192 Calculus II   MATH 116
MTH 197 Linear Algebra   MATH*
MTH 293 Calculus III   MATH 215
MTH 295 Differential Equations   MATH 216
 
Departmental Credit
ACC 111 Principles of Accounting I   ACC*
ACC 122 Principles of Accounting II   ACC*
BMG 111 Business Law I   LHC*
BMG 122 Business Law II   LHC*
COM 101 Fundamentals of Speaking   SPEECH*
COM 102 Interpersonal Communication   SPEECH*
COM 142 Oral Interpretation of Literature   THTRELSA*
COM 183 Persuasion   SPEECH*
DRA 152 Acting for the Theatre I   THTREMUS 101
DRA 167 Theatre Production   THTRELSA*
DRA 208 Acting for Theatre II   THTREMUS 102
DRA 209 Acting for Musical Theatre   THTRELSA*
ENG 101 Introduction to Journalism   JOURN *
ENG 115 Scriptwriting for Media   ENGLISH*
ENG 122 Composition II   ENGCMPTC*
ENG 226 Composition II   ENGCMPTC*
ENG 240 Children's Literature   EDUC*
ENG 241 Adolescent Literature   EDUC*
ENG 260 Journal Workshop I   ENGLISH*
ENG 261 Journal Workshop II   ENGLISH*
ENG 271 Creative Writing II   ENGLISH*
FRN 109 Beginning Conversational French   FRENCH*
FRN 110 Intermediate Conversational French   FRENCH*
GEO 101 World Regional Geography   GEOG*
GEO 212 Geog of US and Canada   GEOG*
GLG 202 Earth Science for Elem Teachers   EDUC*
GLG 219 Field Studies in Geology   EARTH*
GRM 109 Beginning Conversational German   GERMAN*
GRM 110 Intermediate Conversational German   GERMAN*
HST 123 The 20th Century   HISTORY*
HST 150 African American History   HISTORY*
HST 215 History of US Foreign Relations   HISTORY*
HST 216 US Military History Colonial - Pres   HISTORY*
HST 220 The Civil War Era 1845-1877   HISTORY*
HST 240 Hist of Mod Middle East 1798-Pres   HISTORY*
MTH 176 College Algebra   MATH 103
MTH 180 Precalc with Trigonometry   MATH*
MUS 106 Jazz Combo and Improvisation   MUSPERF*
MUS 108 Musical Theatre Performance   THTRELSA*
MUS 136 Chorus & Gospel Chorus   MUSPERF*
MUS 140 Music Theory I   THEORY*
MUS 142 Music Theory II   THEORY*
MUS 143 Music Comp and Arranging   THEORY*
MUS 146 Songwriting and Creative Improv   MUSPERF*
MUS 149 Ear Training   THEORY*
MUS 157 Jazz Improvisation   THEORY*
MUS 170 Computer Applications in Music   PAT*
MUS 175 Audio Recording Tech I   PAT*
MUS 205 Voice I & II   MUSPERF*
MUS 207 Intro to American Musical Theatre   THTRELSA*
MUS 209 Musical Theatre Song Perf Sem   THTRELSA*
MUS 239 Jazz Guitar I   MUSPERF*
PHL 250 Logic   PHIL 201
PLS 150 State and Local Gov & Politics   POLSCI*
PLS 220 Politics and the Media   POLSCI*
PSY 107 African-American Psychology   PSYCH*
PSY 200 Child Psychology   PSYCH*
PSY 206 Life Span Developmental Psych   PSYCH*
PSY 207 Adolescent Psychology   PSYCH*
PSY 209 Psychology of Adjustment   PSYCH*
PSY 210 Behavior Modification   PSYCH*
PSY 220 Human Development & Learning   PSYCH*
PSY 251 Education of Exceptional children   ECUC*
SOC 207 Social Problems   SOC*
SOC 230 Marriage and Family   SOC*
SOC 250 Juvenile Delinquency   SOC*
SPN 109 Beg Conversational Span I   SPANISH*
SPN 110 Beg Conversational Span II   SPANISH*
SPN 119 Spanish Language Adventures   SPANISH*
SPN 123 Spanish Lab. II   SPANISH*
SPN 211 Int Conversational Spanish   SPANISH*
 
*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.