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					           JOHNSON COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE                                                                                                                    10/10
                                                                                                                 CONTACT: Georgiana Spear, Advisor
           Transfer Program to the University of Kansas                                                          PHONE: (785) 864-4506
           School of Business, B.S.                                                                              HOME PAGE: www.business.ku.edu
           2010-2011 Catalog
  These requirements apply to students entering the School of Business Fall 2003 or later.

  The School of Business offers a Bachelor of Science in Business degree with seven majors available: Accounting, Business Administration, Finance,
  Information Systems, Marketing, Management and Leadership, and Supply Chain Management. In addition to the seven majors, the school offers four
  business concentrations in Information Systems, International Business, Human Resource Management or Entrepreneurship.

  The KU undergraduate business programs are offered in a traditional classroom-based format on the Lawrence campus, with very few options for evening
  or online courses.

  Applications to the University of Kansas may be obtained online at www.admissions.ku.edu, or through the KU Office of Admissions. For application
  deadlines, please see www.admissions.ku.edu/deadlines. Students should request official transcripts from all colleges and universities they have attended be
  sent directly to the KU Office of Admissions.

  In addition to applying for admission to the University, students must complete a separate application for the School of Business. Students who have not met
  the prerequisite requirements for the School of Business will be admitted to the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences and will apply to the School of Business
  when prerequisite requirements are satisfied. JCCC students who will have completed all the prerequisite requirements before transferring, and wish to
  be considered for direct admission to the School of Business, should contact the KU advisor at JCCC to learn about the application process. Call (913)
  469-8500, ext. 3232, for an appointment with the KU advisor.

  Application deadline for direct admission to the School of Business is February 15 for fall; September 15 for spring admission. Students should apply to
  the School of Business during the semester they will complete the admission requirements.

  Minimum requirements to apply to the School of Business include:

  • Completion of at least 60 semester hours that include the following required pre-business coursework or equivalents: ACCT 200 Financial
    Accounting I, ACCT 201 Managerial Accounting I, DSCI 301 Statistics, ECON 142 Microeconomics, ECON 144 Macroeconomics, and IST 301 Intro to
    Information Systems.

  • Pre-admission courses must be taken for a grade.

  • Students may only use courses with a grade of “C” or higher to fulfill requirements. This policy will begin with courses completed in the Fall 2008
    semester and later. Courses with the grade of “D” or “F” will still be included in the overall GPA for admission, but will not satisfy requirements.

  • Repeat policies that apply at JCCC do not transfer to KU. All repeated courses will be calculated in the GPA when transferred to the university.

  • Elective courses only will be accepted with a grade of “P.”

  • At least a 2.5 GPA in all college coursework, in all professional coursework (all business and economics courses), in coursework completed at KU, and in
    professional coursework (business and economics courses) completed at KU, excluding activity hours (physical education, choir, band, etc.).

  • An official ACT or SAT score on record with KU. Scores must reach KU by the deadline for admission into the School of Business in order to be
    considered for admission.

  Only students meeting all of the above requirements at the time of application will be considered for admission to the School of Business. Because
  admission is competitive, meeting all of the requirements does not guarantee admission into the School of Business. In addition to the above courses,
  students are highly encouraged to complete PSYC 104 and one course from the social science Culture and Society group.

  Students meeting the minimum admission requirements who have also earned at least a “3.0” in all professional coursework are guaranteed admission into
  the School of Business. To receive this guarantee, students must take ACCT 200, 201 and DSCI 301 at the University of Kansas.

  A student may transfer a total of 64 hours of community college coursework to KU. Students with more than 64 hours of community college coursework
  will have increased graduation requirements. Students are required to complete 45 credit hours of junior/senior level coursework to satisfy graduation
  requirements.


KU REQUIREMENTS                                                                    JCCC EQUIVALENTS
  I. ENGLISH (2 courses)
     101     Composition                                              3             ____ ENGL       121     Composition I                                  3
     102     Critical Reading and Writing                             3             ____ ENGL       122     Composition II                                 3




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Note: Completion of courses shown in bold print is required for admission to the School of Business.
KU REQUIREMENTS                                                                JCCC EQUIVALENTS

  II. COMMUNICATIONS (1 course)

      COMS 130         Speaker Audience Communciation                  3        ____ SPD         121     Public Speaking                        3
                       OR                                                                                OR
      A third English course                                                    One of the following:
                                                                                ____ ENGL 130            Introduction to Literature             3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 217            Literature by Women                    3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 222            Advanced Composition                   3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 227            Intro to Poetry                        3
   Note:    COMS 130 is highly recommended for Accounting students              ____ ENGL 230            Introduction to Fiction                3
            interested in pursuing the CPA.                                     ____ ENGL 231            American Prose                         3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 235            Drama as Literature                    3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 236            British Literature I                   3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 237            British Literature II                  3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 243            Literature of Sci Fiction              3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 244            Literature of American Popular Music   3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 250            World Masterpieces                     3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 254            Masterpieces of Cinema                 3
                                                                                ____ ENGL 256            American Poetry                        3




  III. HUMANITIES (3 courses)                                                  2. Literature and the Arts (HL)
                                                                                  ____ HUM         122     Intro to Humanities                      3
      No more than one course may be selected from each subgroup
                                                                                  ____ HUM         145     Intro to World Humanities I              3
      (1, 2, 3 or 4) of JCCC courses below.
                                                                                  ____ HUM         155     Classical Mythology                      3
                                                                                  ____ HIST        135     Eastern Civilization                     3
  1.       Historical Studies (HT)
                                                                                  ____ ENGL 250            World Masterpieces                       3
  ____     ANTH 142         World Prehistory                       3
                                                                                  ____ THEA 120            Intro to Theatre                         3
  ____     ANTH 144         Archaeology                            3
  ____     HIST      128    Medieval History                       3           3. Philosophy and Religion (HR)
  ____     HIST      129    Early Modern Europe                    3              ____ PHIL      121     Intro to Philosophy                        3
  ____     HIST      130    European History since 1789            3              ____ PHIL      143     Ethics                                     3
  ____     HIST      140    U.S. History to 1877                   3              ____ PHIL      154     History of Ancient Philosophy              3
  ____     HIST      141    U.S. History Since 1877                3              ____ PHIL      176     Philosophy of Religion                     3
  ____     HIST      160    Modern Russian History                 3              ____ PHIL      210     History of Modern Philosophy               3
  ____     HIST      162    Modern Latin America                   3              ____ REL       120     Exploring World Religions                  3
  ____     HUM       137    Intro to Russian Culture               3              ____ REL       125     Religions of the East                      3
  ____     ARTH 180         Art History: Ancient to Ren.           3              ____ REL       126     Religions of the West                      3
  ____     ARTH 184         Art History: Twentieth Century         3
  ____     ARTH 186         Art History: Intro to Asian Art        3           4. Western Civilization
  ____     MUS       121    Intro to Music Listening               3              ____ HIST        125    Western Civilization I                    3
  ____     MUS       125    Intro to Jazz Listening                3              ____ HIST        126    Western Civilization II                   3



   IV. SOCIAL SCIENCES (2 courses)
       PSYC    104   General Psychology                        3                  ____ PSYC        130    Intro to Psychology                       3

         Social Science elective – Culture and Society (SC)    3               Select one additional course:
                                                                                  ____ ANTH 125            Cultural Anthropology                    3
                                                                                  ____ GEOS 145            World Regional Geography                 3
                                                                                  ____ HIST        137     African American Studies                 3
                                                                                  ____ SOC         122     Intro to Sociology                       3
                                                                                  ____ SOC         131     Marriage and Family                      3
                                                                                  ____ SOC         165     Chinese Society: Past and Present        3
                                                                       3

   V.   NATURAL SCIENCES (2 courses; 1 must be a 4-5 hour lab science course)
        No more than one course may be selected from each subgroup           2. Earth Sciences (NE)
        (1, 2 or 3) of JCCC courses below.                                      ____ BIOL       124 Oceanus: Esssentials of Oceanograpy             3
                                                                                ____ GEOS 130       General Geology                                 5
  1. Biological Sciences (NB)                                                   ____ GEOS 140/141 Physical Geography/Lab                          3/2
  ____ ANTH 126             Physical Anthropology                 3
  ____ BIOL        121      Introductory Biology for Non-Majors 4            3. Physical Sciences (NP)
  ____ BIOL        122/123 Principles of Biology/Lab            3/1             ____ CHEM 120          Chemistry in Society                         4
  ____ BIOL        125      General Botany                        5             ____ CHEM 122          Principles of Chemistry                      5
  ____ BIOL        127      General Zoology                       5             ____ CHEM 124/125 General Chemistry I/Lab                         4/1
  ____ BIOL        130/131 Environmental Science/Lab            3/1             ____ PHYS 130          General Physics I                            5
  ____ BIOL        135      Prin. of Cell and Molecular Biology   4             ____ PHYS 220          Engineering Physics I                        5
  ____ BIOL        150      Biology of Organisms                  5             ____ PSCI       120    Physical Sciences                            4
  ____ BIOL        230/231 Microbiology/Lab                     3/2             ____ ASTR 120          Fundamentals of Astronomy                    3
                                                                                ____ ASTR 122          Astronomy                                    4


KU REQUIREMENTS                                                              JCCC EQUIVALENTS
Note: Completion of courses shown in bold print is required for admission to the School of Business.
   VI. MATH (3 courses)
        MATH    101     College Algebra                          3              ____ MATH        171    College Algebra                             3
        MATH    115     Calculus I                               3              ____ MATH        231    Business and Applied Calc I AND             3
        MATH    116     Calculus II                              3              ____ MATH        232    Business and Applied Calc II                3

                                                                                Note: Prerequisite for MATH 232 is MATH 173 Precalculus or MATH 172
                                                                                      Trigonometry.


  VII. PRE-ADMISSION COURSES
        ACCT    200     Financial Accounting                     4              ____ ACCT        121    Accounting I AND                            3
                                                                                ____ ACCT        122    Accounting II                               3

        ACCT    201     Managerial Accounting                    3              ____ ACCT        222    Managerial Accounting                       3

        DSCI    301     Statistics                               4              ____ MATH        285    Statistics for Business                     4

        ECON    144     Principles of Macroeconomics             3              ____ ECON        230    Economics I                                 3

        ECON    142     Principles of Microeconomics             3              ____ ECON        231    Economics II                                3

        IST     301     Intro to Business Computing              3              ____ *CIS        201    Intro to Information Systems                3

                                                                                *Students wanting to satisfy the requirement for IST 301 at JCCC must
                                                                                 take CIS 201 beginning Fall 2007.

                                                                                Note: MATH 285 and CIS 201 do not count as jr./sr. hours.




 VIII. BUSINESS CORE (available at JCCC)
        BLAW    301     Legal Aspects of Business                3            * ____ BUS        261       Business Law I                            3
                                                                             * Does not count as jr./sr. hours.




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   IX. INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION REQUIREMENT (IDR)

   Students entering college as freshmen as of Fall 2009 must satisfy requirements for the IDR to meet graduation requirements for the KU School of
   Business.

   Option 1. Foreign Language
   Complete through the fourth level (intermediate II) of a modern foreign language or earn proficiency as determined by the appropriate foreign language
   department. International students who have completed the English proficiency through the KU Applied English Center may use this to fulfill Option 1.

   Option 2. International Studies
   Six credit hours of courses completed in one or a combination of the following categories: (A) study abroad; (B) contemporary regional/international
   studies/international business.

       A. Study Abroad (credits from any study abroad program approved by KU).

       B. Contemporary regional/international studies/international business courses must be selected from a list of approved courses. Some may be
          double-counted to meet the General Education requirements. Courses in this category may be double-counted toward the corresponding
          business major and/or concentration.

   Any of the following courses at JCCC will satisfy requirements for (B) above:

        † ANTH     125     Cultural Anthropology             3
        † GEOS     145     World Regional Geography          3
        † HIST     130     European History Since 1789       3
        † HIST     162     Modern Latin America              3
          HUM      137     Intro to Russian Culture          3
          POLS     132     Intro to Comparative Politics     3
          POLS     135     Intro to International Politics   3
        † REL      125     Religions of the East             3
        † REL      126     Religions of the West             3

            Additional courses are available at KU.

        † These courses will double-count as both IDR and Humanities or Social Science areas.




                                                                 RECOMMENDED PROGRAM AT JCCC

 FIRST SEMESTER                                                                       SECOND SEMESTER
 ENGL 121     Composition I                                         3                 ENGL 122     Composition II                                      3
 *MATH 171    College Algebra OR                                    3                              Humanities or IDR course                            3
 MATH 173     Precalculus                                           5                 PSYC 130     Intro to Psychology                                 3
              Humanities                                            3                 MATH 231     Business and Applied Calculus I                     3
              Natural Science (w/lab)                               4-5               ACCT 121     Accounting I                                        3
              Culture and Society course                            3                       **     HPER course                                         1
                                                                  17-19                                                                               16
 THIRD SEMESTER                                                                       FOURTH SEMESTER
             Speech or 3rd English course                          3                  ACCT 222      Managerial Accounting                              3
 ECON 230    Economics I                                           3                  ECON 231      Economics II                                       3
 ACCT 122    Accounting II                                         3                  MATH 285      Statistics for Business                            4
 MATH 232    Business and Applied Calculus II                      3                                IDR course                                         3
 CIS    201  Intro to Info Systems                                 3                                HPER course                                        1
                                                                  15                                                                                  14




*Students taking College Algebra will need to complete MATH 172 before taking MATH 232. Precalculus meets the prerequisite requirement for MATH 232.
 Students should NOT take both MATH 171 and 173.

**Students seeking the Associate of Arts degree before transfer should include an HPER course. See a JCCC counselor to ensure humanities courses also
  meet JCCC requirements.


It is the STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY to check for updates to all transfer information. This transfer program is provided as a service and is updated at least
annually. Degree requirements at the four-year colleges are subject to change by those institutions.

				
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