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					                                                                                                                       TRANSFER GUIDE
         2011-2013 UIC Catalog                                                                                         Moraine Valley Community College: Palos Hills, Illinois

This Transfer Guide lists the course equivalencies that meet requirements for this specific UIC degree program in the College of Business Administration and is intended for advising purposes
only. Transfer students should work with their institution's advisors or UIC's Office of Admissions & Records with any questions. Information is subject to change. For more current
information, please utilize the u.select online tool programs at: www.transfer.org

TRANSFER ADMISSION GUIDELINES
The UIC College of Business Administration reserves the right to adjust admissions criteria based on space availability. The following guidelines are the minimum requirements
needed in order to be considered for admission into the College. Admission is competitive and selection for admission depends on space limitations and the overall applicant pool.

            Minimum grade point average 2.50(A = 4.0) in 24 semester hours at time of application and 36 semester hours at time of enrollment.
            Completion of English Composition I and II (or equivalent), Finite Mathematics and Calculus I (or Business Calculus) are recommended to be completed at time of
            enrollment.
            Completion of English Composition I (or equivalent) and Calculus I (or Business Calculus) are highly recommended at time of application and may be used as a determining
            factor for admission.




      UNIVERSITY WRITING REQUIREMENT                                 MATHEMATICS                                                        BUSINESS CORE
      Select classes from each group for a total of 3 classes        Select classes from each grouping for a total of 2 or 3 classes.   Select a total of 5 classes.
      *COM 101                   English Composition I               MTH 143                    Finite Mathematics
      *COM 102                   English Composition II                                                        _______________          BUS 142              Accounting I
      *C or better needed to transfer                                                                                       SELECT 1    BUS 143              Accounting II
                                              ______________         *MTH 145                   Calc for Bus & Social Science           BUS 231              Principles of Management
                                                          SELECT 1
                                                                     *MTH 150                   Calculus I                              BUS 130              Principles of Marketing
                                                                     *C or better needed to transfer
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      BUSINESS WRITTEN COMMUNICATION                                 ADVANCED QUANTITATIVE SKILLS
      COM 201     Business and Tech Writing                          **PHIL 110 Introduction to Formal Logic
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                                                                     **Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Management, & Marketing
      ECONOMICS                                                      FOREIGN LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
                                                                     ONLY                                                               MTH 212              Statistics for Business OR
      Select 2 classes                                               Select 2 classes                                                   MTH 139              Probability and Statistics
      ECO 101                    Macroeconomics                      101, 102 in one language:
      ECO 102                    Microeconomics                                                                _______________                                                ______________
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                                                                       2 years of high school foreign language will waive requirement
GENERAL EDUCATION: If a course is listed in more than one category, that course may only fulfill the requirement in one category.
 *ANALYZING THE NATURAL WORLD (NW)                    UNDER. THE INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY (IS)                   EXPLORING WORLD CULTURES (WC)
 Select 1 Class                                       Select 1 Class                                           Select 1 Class

 BIO      111     General Biology I                   ANT      202     Intro to Cultural Anthro                ANT      202     Intro to Cultural Anthro
 BIO      112     General Biology II                  COM      120     Intro to Linguistics                    ANT      210     Intro to Archaeology
 BIO      211     Zoology                             COM      203     Interpersonal Communication
 BIO      212     Vertebrate Zoology                                                                           ART      209     Survey on Non Western Art
 BIO      220     Ecology and Field Biology           GEO      101     Cultural Geography
 BIO      230     Botany                              GEO      102     World Regional Geography                GEO      101     Cultural Geography
                                                      GEO      201     Economic Geography                      GEO      102     World Regional Geography
 CHM      111     Fundamentals of Chemistry
 CHM      131     Chemistry I                         HIS      102     Western Civ II                          GEO      201     Economic Geography
 CHM      132     Chemistry II                        HIS      250     British History I
                                                      HIS      251     British History II                      HIS      204     Afro-American History
 EAS      120     Intro to Earth Science                                                                       HIS      210     History of Asia
 EAS      125     Weather and Climate                 JRN      101     Intro to Mass Communication
                                                                                                               HIS      215     History of Africa
 GEL      150     Physical Geology                    LIT      219     Women in Literature
                                                                                                               HIS      220     History of Latin America
 GEL      151     Historical Geology                  PHI      101     Introduction to Philosophy              HIS      230     History of the Middle East
 MTH      151     Calculus II                         PHI      115     Approaches to Truth
 MTH      152     Calculus III                        PHI      120     World Religion                          HUM      104     Non-Western Humanities
                                                      PHI      125     Values                                  HUM      115     World Mythology
 NAT      111     Environmental Science I
 NAT      112     Environmental Science II            PSC      110     American National Government
                                                      PSC      210     International Relations                 LIT      215     Bible as Literature I
 PHS      101     Physical Science                    PSC      215     Comparative Governments                 LIT      216     Bible as Literature II
 PHS      103     Descriptive Astronomy               PSC      225     Non-Western Comp. Politics              LIT      226
 PHY      150     Mechanics, Heat & Sound             PSY      101     Intro to Psychology
 PHY      151     Mechanics, Magnetism and Light      PSY      202     Social Psychology                       SPA      210     Spanish Culture and Civ
 PHY      203     Mechanics                           PHY      205     Abnormal Psychology                     SPA      212     Latin America Culture and Civ
 PHY      204     Heat, Electricity and Mag.                                                                   SPA      213     Intro to Hispanic Lit
                                                      SOC      101     General Sociology
                                                      SOC      204     Contemporary Social Problems            PSC      210     International Relations
                                                      SOC      102     Marriage and the Family                 PSC      215     Comparative Government
                                                      SOC      103     Sociology of Poverty                    PSC      225     Non-Western Comp Poltics
                                                      SOC      201     Sociology of Health
                                                      SOC      202     Aging in Contemporary Society           SSC      102     Social Science II
                                                      SSC      100     Contemporary Society
                                                      SSC      101     Social Science I
                                                      SSC      102     Social Science II




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GENERAL EDUCATION Cont.
If a course is listed in more than one category, that course may only fulfill the requirement in one category.

 UNDERSTANDING THE CREATIVE ARTS (CA)                 UNDERSTANDING THE PAST (UP)                                UNDERSTANDING U.S. SOCIETY (US)
 Select 1 Class                                       Select 1 Class                                             Select 1 Class

 ART      110     Art Appreciation                    ANT      210     Intro to Archeology                       ANT      205     North American Indians
 ART      205     Survey of Western Art I
 ART      206     Survey of Western Art II            LIT      225     Shakespeare                               CRJ/POS101       Intro to Criminal Justice
 ART      207     Survey of American Art
 ART      208     Survey of Modern Art                HIS      101     Western Civ I                             HIS      201     American History I
 ART      209     Survey of Non-Western Art           HIS      102     Western Civ II                            HIS      202     American History II
                                                      HIS      105     The World Since 1945                      HIS      207     Illinois and Local History
 HUM      101     Western Humanities: Found.          HIS      201     American History I
 HUM      102     Western Humanities: Contin.         HIS      202     American History II                       LIT      213     American Lit I
 HUM      104     Non-Western Humanities              HIS      207     Illinois and Local History                LIT      214     American Lit II
                                                      HIS      210     History of Asia
 LIT      213     American Lit I                      HIS      215     History of Africa                         PSC      110     American National Government
 LIT      214     American Lit II                     HIS      220     History of Latin America
 LIT      217     Intro to Poetry                     HIS      250     British History I                         MUS      106     Intro to American Music
 LIT      218     Intro to Drama                      HIS      251     British History II
 LIT      219     Women in Literature                                                                            SOC      101     General Sociology
 LIT      220     Intro to Fiction                    HUM      101     Western Humanities: Foundations           SOC      102     Marriage and the Family
 LIT      221     English Lit I                       HUM      102     Western Humanities: Continuities          SOC      103     Sociology of Poverty
 LIT      222     English Lit II                                                                                 SOC      201     Sociology of Health
 LIT      225     Shakespeare                         THE      105     Theatre Appreciation                      SOC      202     Aging in Contemporary Society
                                                      THE      110     History of the Theatre                    SOC      204     Contemporary Social Problems
 MUS      107     Music Appreciation
                                                                                                                 SSC      100     Contemporary Society
 SPA      210     Spanish Culture and Civ
 SPA      212     Latin American Culture and Civ
 SPA      213     Intro to Hispanic LIt

 THE      105     Theatre Appreciation                                                                                                               _______________
 THE      107     Intro to Film                                                                                                                                SELECT 1
 THE      110     History of Theatre

                                                                                                                 ELECTIVES
                                                                                                                 Transferable coursework that is not included in the
                                                                                                                 general education.




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