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									           2006-2007 ARTICULATION/TRANSFER AGREEMENT

                             EAST TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY
                        Bachelor of Science Degree in Allied Health/Dental Hygiene
                            WALTERS STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                         Associate of Science Degree/Emphasis: Pre-Dental Hygiene
Walters State Community College - (Computer competency must be met during the first 30 hours.)

FRESHMAN                          Fall          Spring   SOPHOMORE                               Fall       Spring
ENGL 1010, 1020                    3              3      BIOL 2510/2511                           4
BIOL 2010/2011, 2020/2021          4              4      SPCH 2010                                3
CPSC 1100                          3                     HLTH 2310                                             3
MATH 1530                                         3      SOCI 1020                                             3
PSYC 1310                            3                   CHEM 1010/1011                                        4
HIST 2010, 2020                      3            3      PHED                                      1
                                                         Transferable Elective                                 4
                                                         Select one from:                          3
                                                         HUM 2010, 2110; PHIL 1030,
                                                          2020, 2210
                                                         Select one from:                          3
                                                         ENGL 2110, 2120, 2410, 2420
                                                         Select one from:                                      3
                                                         ART 2040, 2050; MUS 1030;
                                                          THEA 1030
                                 ____           ____                                             ____        ____
                                  16             13                                               14          17
TOTAL HOURS: 61


East Tennessee State University
JUNIOR                                   Fall   Spring    Summer        SENIOR                                       Fall   Spring
DHYG 2020, 2030, 2031, 2040, 2050,        16                            DYHG 3110/11, 3120, 3130, 4020                15
                                                                        (T),
 2060, 4010 (W/O)                                                        4021, 4030
FACS 2420                                           3                   DHYG 3200, 4110, 4120 (W),                            12
DHYG 2130, 2131, 2170, 2171, 3010,                 14                    4121, 4130 (O), 4141
 3020
DHYG 2160, 3030, 3031, 4000                               10


                                         ___      ___          ___                                                   ___      ___
                                          16       17           10                                                    15       12

TOTAL HOURS: 70
TOTAL DEGREE CREDITS: 130


                                                                     Transfer students with 50 or more transferable hours are
                                                                     required to take half the intensives requirements two writing,
                                                                     one oral, and one using information technology). You must
                                                                     take these courses at ETSU as transfer credit does not satisfy
                                                                     the intensive requirements. In this articulation agreement,
                                                                     these courses are indicated by: Writing (W), Oral (O), and
                                                                     Using Information Technology (T).


Updated 5/23/06

								
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