Transfer Guide for UNIVERSITY of MINNESOTA Clothing Design Graphic Design by guy26

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									                                                       Transfer Guide for
                                UNIVERSITY of MINNESOTA
             Clothing Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Retail Merchandising,
                           Housing Studies, and Family Social Science
                               (Formerly in HUMAN ECOLOGY)
                                                           Revised: 9/01/2005



ANOKA-RAMSEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE CONTACT:                                                      U/M HUMAN ECOLOGY CONTACT:
Coon Rapids Campus         Cambridge Campus                                Sarah Ihrig (SIhrig@che.umn.edu)
Counseling Office          Counseling Office                               12 McNeal Hall/1985 Buford Ave
11200 Mississippi Blvd. NW 300 Polk Street So                              St. Paul, MN 55108-6142
Coon Rapids, MN 55433      Cambridge, MN 55008                             Appts: 612-624-1725 Direct: 612-624-4713
763-433.1230               763-433.1830                                    Website: www.che.umn.edu

CHANGES COMING TO HUMAN ECOLOGY!
  •  Beginning Spring 2006 CHE will no longer accept applications for the Food Science or Nutrition majors (all students should
     apply to the College of Agriculture, Food, and Environmental Sciences).
  •  Beginning Fall 2006, the design, retail, and housing studies majors (in the Department of Design, Housing and Apparel
     [DHA]) will merge with architecture and landscape architecture departments to form a new design college.
  •  Beginning Fall 2006, Family Social Science (FSoS) will merge with the programs in the College of Education and Human
     Development, General College, and Social Work to form a new College of Education and Human Development.

Admission Supplement Required!
ALL transfer students applying to the Design, Housing Studies, Retail Merchandising or Family Social Science majors MUST fill out
and submit an admission supplement. Students should attach the completed supplement to their transfer application upon submission
to the UM. You can find the supplement online at http://www.che.umn.edu/undergrad/admission.html (click on “Transfer
Admission”).


High school preparation requirements apply to all students who graduated from high school after 1986 and plan to transfer to any college
or branch of the University of Minnesota. If these requirements were not met by the student's high school coursework (grades 9-12), they
must be met by college coursework before admission to the University. See separate High School Preparation Transfer Guide.


MATH 0210 or equivalent or higher course that has a prerequisite of Math 0210 is required of all students who did not complete
intermediate algebra in high school, regardless of high school graduation date.




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                                             Liberal Education Requirements
                                          SEMESTER SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
                                              Complete either #1 or 2 below

 1. MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM OR THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSOCIATE OF ARTS

 The public higher education colleges and universities in Minnesota have developed a common liberal education curriculum, called the
 Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC). Students who complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum at one of the
 participating schools and then transfer to the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities have fulfilled the University's first-year
 writing requirement, as well as the liberal education requirements outlined below.

 As part of the MnTC, the Council on Liberal Education on the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities campus has established a common
 set of liberal education requirements for all students completing bachelor's degrees at the University. This guide shows which
 community college courses count toward the liberal education requirements on the Twin Cities campus. Please see the Course
 Applicability Website (www.minnesotacas.org) for a complete list of courses that have been reviewed for transfer to the Twin Cities
 Campus.

 If you do not plan to complete the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, you should select your community college courses to fulfill
 the liberal education requirements according to the courses on this guide listed under the three areas of: Writing Intensive
 Requirements, Diversified Core Curriculum and Designated Themes of Liberal Education.

 For general transfer admission and application information, see the transfer website at:
 www.admissions.tc.umn.edu/admissioninfo/trans This Web site also contains additional information on transfer policies, liberal
 education requirements, writing intensive requirements and petition forms for transfer coursework.

 2. U OF M LIBERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

 The Liberal Education (LE) requirements consist of the Writing Intensive Requirements, Diversified Core Curriculum and the
 Designated Themes of Liberal Education.

                                           WRITING INTENSIVE REQUIREMENTS

  What is the Writing Intensive requirement?
  Students must complete a minimum of 5 courses for the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities writing requirement:

                    •       One freshman writing course.
                    •       Four writing intensive courses--at least two of which must be upper division (one of the upper
                            division must be in your major).

  To find out more about the writing intensive requirement, see: admissions.tc.umn.edu/cle/wi_courses.html

                                                     Writing Intensive Requirement
Freshman Writing                                        English 1121
Additional Lower Division Writing Intensive             ENGL 1188, 2202, 2203, 2241, 2261; CHEM 1061; JOUR 2121;
Course                                                  PHYS 1117 & 1117L, 1118 & 1118L, 1127 & 1127L, 1128 &
                                                        1128L




                           (University of Minnesota Liberal Education Requirements continued on next page)


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                                         DIVERSIFIED CORE CURRICULUM

Students must meet the requirements in each of the following categories: Physical and Biological Sciences, Social Sciences /
Humanities, and Mathmatical Thinking as outlined in the table below.

PHYSICAL AND                        A minimum of two courses,               a. Physical Sciences:
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                 totaling at least 8 semester credits,   CHEM 1020, 1061, 1062, 2061, 2062; NATS 1003,
                                    including:                              1005, 1007; PHYS 1117 & 1117L, 1118 & 1118L,
                                    a. one lab course in physical           1127 & 1127L, 1128 & 1128L
                                    sciences                                b. Biological Science:
                                    b. one lab course in biological         BIOL 1100, 1101, 1103 & 1103L, 1106, 1107, 2113,
                                    sciences                                2114, 2201, 2202, 2202 & 2203, 2206, 2207
Social Sciences/Humanities          Historical Perspectives - at least      ANTH 2202; HIST 1101, 1102, 1103, 1110, 1111,
A minimum of at least 15            3 credits                               1121, 1141, 2211, 2221, 2240, 2242
semester credits distributed as     Social Science - at least 6 credits     ANTH 2201; ECON 1100, 2205, 2206; GEOG 1101,
follows                                                                     1102, 1104, 1106, 1108; HUM 2232, 2233, 2234;
                                                                            JOUR 1111; POLS 1111, 1121, 1131, 2202, 2245;
                                                                            PSYC 1110, 1150, 2215, 2250, 2260; SOC 1102,
                                                                            1104, 1111, 1145, 2207, 2221, 2260, 2261 WOST
                                                                            1145, 2233, 2234
                                    Arts/Humanities - at least 6            Literature: ENGL 2202, 2203, 2204, 2207, 2208,
                                    credits (including 3 credits of         2209, 2210, 2220, 2225, 2230, 2235, 2261; SPAN
                                    literature)                             2221
                                                                            ART 1100, 1107, 1108, 1115, 1116, 1121, 1122, 1131,
                                                                            1132, 1141, 1142, 1144, 1145, 1150, 1151, 1165,
                                                                            1166, 1167, 1170, 1171, 1198, 2241, 2242, 2251,
                                                                            2252, 2261, 2262, 2281; CHIN 1111; FREN 1111;
                                                                            GERM 1111; HUM 1103, 1141, 1151, 1161, 2231,
                                                                            2241,2251, 2261, 2271; MUSC 1100, 1104, 1110,
                                                                            1111, 1115, 1125, 2201, 2202; PHIL1101, 1110 1115;
                                                                            SPAN 1111; SWED 1111; THTR 1101, 1120, 2205,
                                                                            2206, 2211
Mathematical Thinking               One course totaling at least 3          MATH 1100, 1110, 1111, 1120, 1200, 1201, 1210,
                                    semester credits. Courses in            1300, 1310, 1400, 1401, 2201 & 2210, 2230; PHIL
                                    logic and statistics may also           1105; SOCS 1108, 1109
                                    count towards this requirement.

                                  DESIGNATED THEMES IN LIBERAL EDUCATION

A minimum of four courses of at least 3 credits, including one course in each of the following: Cultural Diversity,
International Perspectives, Environment, Citizenship and Public Ethics. For more information on the definition of
these terms, please see the Transfer Course Petition Guide at: admissions.tc.umn.edu/PDFs/TC_guide.pdf

Cultural Diversity                  ASL 1101; ENGL 2230, 2235; HIST 1101, 2211, 2221, 2240, 2242; HUM 2233; MUSC
                                    1110; PSYC 1150; SOC 1111, 1145, 2207; WOST 1126, 1145, 2233
International Perspectives          ANTH 2201; ART 1100, 1107, 1108; BUS 2240; CHIN 1111; ECON 2205; ENGL 2210,
                                    2220, 2225; FREN 1101, 1102, 1111, 2201, 2202; GEOG 1102, 1104, 1106; GERM 1101,
                                    1102, 1111, 2201, 2202; HIST 1102, 1103, 1110, 1111, 1121, 1141; HUM 1141, 1151,
                                    1161, 2231, 2232, 2234, 2241, 2251, 2261, 2271; MUSC 2201,2202; PHIL 1115; POLS
                                    1131; SPAN 1111, 2201, 2202, 2221; SWED 1104, 1105, 1106, 1111; WOST 2234
Environment                         BIOL 1103; GEOG 1103; NATS 1051
Citizenship and Public Ethics       BUS 1122; PHIL 1110; POLS 1111, 1121, 2202

If you would like to have a course not on the list reviewed to fullfill a Liberal Education or Writing Intensive requirement, you may request an
evaluation by submitting a Transfer Course Petition. For more information see the following documents:
• Transfer Course Petition Guide at: admissions.tc.umn.edu/PDFs/TC_guide.pdf)
• Transfer course Petition Instructions at: admissions.tc.umn.edu/PDFs/TC_instructions.pdf
• Transfer course Petition form at: admissions.tc.umn.edu/PDFs/TC_form.pdf
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Degree/Major Requirements
University colleges have additional degree requirements. You should check with your community college adviser
or with an adviser in your intended University college for information on how your courses will count towards
your major requirements.

For additional information, please contact the Office of Admissions in 240 Williamson Hall, 231 Pillsbury Drive
SE, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455. 612-625-2008.

                              MAJOR SPECIFIC TRANSFER LISTS
(Each major requires high school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 and an ADMISSIONS
ADDENDUM (see page one of transfer guide.)

Refer to the following major-specific transfer lists for transferable courses required in these majors that can be
completed at ARCC and transferred back to the UM. NOTE: Some MAJOR courses below may also meet
Liberal Education Requirements.

                                             CLOTHING DESIGN

   •   High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 is required for admission to this major,
       and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
   •   Major does NOT admit for spring term
   •   After admission students must demonstrate sewing proficiency, pass portfolio review of work from
       specified DHA studio courses, and meet minimum U of M GPA of 2.50 to move from Pre-Clothing
       Design to full major status.

The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission.
Additional courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.

       Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
       Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC)

NOTE: Due to FOUR YEAR sequencing of design courses, students should transfer to this major as soon as
possible.

                                         FAMILY SOCIAL SCIENCE

   •   High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 are required for admission to this major,
       and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
   •   Transfer students must apply by March 1 for following Fall term & October 15 for following Spring
       term.
   •   CDep and HSer courses do not fulfill program requirements in this major unless noted below.
The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission.
Additional courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.
       One economics course: Econ 2205 or 2206
       One statistics course: Math 1110
       Choose one course from Anthropology or Psychology or Sociology or Political Science
       Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
       Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC
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                                             GRAPHIC DESIGN

   •   High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 is required for admission to this major,
       and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
   •   Major does not admit for spring term.
   •   After admission students must pass portfolio review of work from specified DHA studio courses, and
       meet minimum U of M GPA of 2.50 to move from Pre-Design to full major status.

The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission. Additional
courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.

       One history survey course: Hist 1111, 1121, 1141, 2211, 2221, or 2262
       One course in Business, Economics, Accounting, or Marketing: Bus 1101, 1122, 1125, 2142, 2244, 2246,
       Econ 2205, 2206
       One art history course: Art 1107 or 1108
       One photography course: Art 1165,1166 or 1167
       Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
       Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC)

NOTE: Due to FOUR YEAR sequencing of design courses, students should transfer to this major as soon as
possible.

                                            HOUSING STUDIES

   •   High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 are required for admission to this major,
       and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
   •   Transfer students must apply by March 1 for following Fall term & October 15 for following Spring
       term.

The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission.
Additional courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.

       One statistics course: Math 1110
       One finance course from: Econ 2205 or 2206
       Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
       Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC)



                                            INTERIOR DESIGN

   •   High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 is required for admission to this major,
       and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
   •   Major does NOT admit for spring term.
   •   After admission students must pass portfolio review of work from specified DHA studio courses, and
       meet minimum U of M GPA of 2.50 to move from Pre-Design to full major status.

The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission.
Additional courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.

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         Psyc 1110 in lieu of Psy 1001
         One Management course: Bus 1101 or 2244
         Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
         Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC)

NOTE: Due to FOUR YEAR sequencing of design courses, students should transfer to this major as soon as
possible.



                                                 RETAIL MERCHANDISING

    •    High school intermediate algebra or ARCC Math 0210 is required for admission to this major,
         and an ADMISSION SUPPLEMENT (see page one of transfer guide).
    •    Transfer students must apply by March 1 for the following fall term.
    •    This major does NOT admit spring term, beginning spring 2005.

The following courses are required for the major and do not have to be completed prior to admission.
Additional courses available only at the U of M are required for graduation.

         Engl 1121 in lieu of Rhet 1101 (waived with AA or MNTC)
         Spch 2215 in lieu of Rhet 1223 (waived with AA or MNTC)
         Math 1200 in lieu of Math 1031
         Econ 2206 in lieu of Econ 1101
         Econ 2205 in lieu of Econ 1102
         Bus 1125 in lieu of Acct 2050
         Psyc 1110 in lieu of Psy 1001
         Math 1110 or Math 2230 in lieu of OMS 2550


If at the time you transfer, your courses are not accepted according to the information on this guide, contact the person/office at your
transfer institution listed on the top right hand corner of page one on this guide. If satisfactory resolution does not occur, contact an
ARCC counselor for assistance.

NOTE: This information should be used with the catalog of the intended transfer college, not in place of it. Changes in requirements
occur periodically, so check with both the transfer college and the Anoka-Ramsey Career Center at least once a year for updated
information.




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