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              DePaul University
                                                And
                    Morton College
                    Transfer Guide




  Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency    
  dates.  This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please 
  visit the transfer course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses or contact Transfer 
  Admissions at 312‐362‐5551. 

 
                     

                                                     Introduction

Two important points about these guides:

         1. This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college. To see all transferable courses
please visit the transfer course list on the DePaul website at: http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses or
contact Transfer Admissions at 312-362-5551.

      2. Information in this guide is subject to change. Please notice the effective dates and check the
www.depaul.edu/transfercenter web site to see if there have been changes made since the guide was printed.

This Transfer Guide shows community college students how to choose classes at the community college so that
when they transfer to DePaul, the classes will count toward their graduation requirements.

Each guide shows the DePaul Liberal Studies requirements (called General Education requirements at other
colleges) for the majors in a college or school at DePaul, and then lists what courses at the community college have
been approved to fulfill those requirements. The guides also show introductory or core course requirements in
majors that can be taken at the community college. It is not required that student take core or introductory courses
before transferring, they are listed to help in providing appropriate options when needed.

For Undeclared Majors:

For students who still have not chosen their major, please notice that often the major at DePaul makes a difference in
what is required in the Liberal Studies Program. Our best recommendation for undeclared students is that they
follow the requirements of the IAI General Education Core Curriculum (IAI/GECC), a curriculum offered at all
Illinois Community Colleges and one that DePaul accepts in a standard way, no matter what major you choose at
DePaul. The IAI/GECC acceptance policy is included in this guide along with the Transfer Policies from the
DePaul catalog.

The Schools of Music and Theater at DePaul

The Theatre School and School of Music at DePaul welcome transfer applications, but few transfer students are
admitted to either school. All music applicants and acting students must pass a stringent audition process, in which
they need to demonstrate a high level of artistic proficiency and skill. Because much of the course work is
sequential, applicants would begin in the fall of each academic year; mid-year applicants are not accepted. All
courses in the major must be completed at DePaul, and most courses are offered throughout a four-year span;
therefore, many transfer students will be at DePaul for an extended period of time. For more information, please
contact the admissions offices of The Theatre School at (773)325-7917 and the School of Music at (312)325-7444.

The School for New Learning at DePaul

The School for New Learning, or SNL, provides a unique approach to learning for adults. This competence-based
curriculum asks students to show proof of competence in 50 cognitive areas. Those competence areas have been
equated with community college courses to show how they transfer and that can be found on the DePaul web site at
www.depaul.edu/transfercourses. SNL does accept the IAI/GECC as a package that meets many of those
competence requirements. Read the IAI/GECC policy and the SNL web site to learn exactly how this would work.
For more information, please contact the admissions offices of The School for New Learning at (312)362-8001.

Glossary/Notes:

1. “Course” and “class” are used interchangeably throughout the guide so are “credit” and “hours”. At DePaul, a
course (class) can be offered at various levels of credit (hours) but is most typically 4 quarter credits. See Transfer
Policies to learn how to convert semester credits to quarter credits.
                     

2. When you see a course like this: SPE 101 it means that the course does transfer but it cannot count in the
category in the major or cluster of majors where the course is listed.

3. Liberal Studies Requirements = General Education Requirements.

1) DePaul divides its liberal studies (general education) into the First Year Requirements and the Learning
   Domains.
2) First year requirements are listed first in the guide, and typically have one course from the community college
   that matches the course required at DePaul.
3) The Learning Domains = categories of the Liberal Studies program. Usually, there are many choices at the
   community college to choose from to fulfill these categories. Some advice:

         A. Notice how many courses are required in a Learning Domain (category)? This is different depending
         on the major at DePaul.

         B. Also pay attention as to whether there are special requirements in a Learning Domain because of your
         major? Example, many majors require a special ethics course in the Religious Dimensions Learning
         Domain, like “The Computer and Social Responsibility.” Some majors insist on a lab science, whereas
         others will accept either a quantitative course or a lab science course.

         The Learning Domains are:

    a)   A&L      Arts and Literature
    b)   PI       Philosophical Inquiry
    c)   RD       Religious Dimensions; Ethical Questions and Religious Traditions subcategories
    d)   SI       Scientific Inquiry; Quantitative, Lab, and Elective subcategories
    e)   SSMW     Self, Society and the Modern World
    f)   UP       Understanding the Past; several geographical subcategories

4. Major Clusters: a collection of majors in a college at DePaul that have the same distribution of courses required
in the Learning Domains.

5. Please note the following graduation requirement, which affects transfer of coursework in the senior year:
The (DePaul) student must have completed the residency requirement, i.e., he or she must have completed the
following work at DePaul University: the final 60 quarter hours of credit; one-half of the credit earned in the major
area of concentration; one-half of the credit earned in the minor if applicable; all courses in the senior year. (Source:
the 2008 Student Handbook.)

6. There are limits to the amount of transfer coursework that can be applied to your degree. You may transfer a
maximum of 66 semester hours/99 quarter hours from two-year institutions and a maximum of 88 semester
hours/132 quarter hours from four-year institutions.
                    

                                      DePaul University Transfer Policies
                        The following statements describe DePaul’s transfer credit policies:

    1.  DePaul will accept for transfer credit baccalaureate-level courses completed at baccalaureate granting, US
        institutions fully accredited by one of the regional accrediting bodies of the Association of Schools and
        Colleges. DePaul will also accept transfer credit from tertiary level international institutions that are
        formally recognized by their country’s ministry of education or its equivalent.
    2. DePaul will accept for transfer credit college-level courses that are earned in Associate of Arts and
        Associate of Science degree programs at 2-year institutions fully accredited by one of the regional
        accrediting bodies of the Association of Schools and Colleges.
    3. Course credit earned at 2-year accredited institutions in other degree programs, such as the Associate of
        Applied Sciences or Associate of Fine Arts degrees, will be reviewed for transfer credit on a course-by-
        course basis. When necessary, students will be expected to provide bulletin descriptions and course syllabi
        to facilitate the review process.
    4. In general, courses presented for transfer from 2-year, regionally accredited institutions that are earned in a
        certificate or professional training capacity are not eligible for transfer credit. Examples of these programs
        include, but are not limited to: air conditioning, automotive technology, culinary arts, travel management,
        paralegal studies, fashion design, child care, electronics, and medical office assistant.
    5. Developmental courses (for example, pre-college level courses in math or writing), whether from 2-year
        institutions or baccalaureate granting institutions, are not accepted for transfer credit.
    6. Only courses with a grade of C- or higher will apply to the student’s major.
    7. Students transferring the equivalent of WRD 103 and/or WRD 104 must have received grades of C- or
        better in these courses in order to fulfill the Liberal Studies requirement.
    8. If a student has attempted a course more than once, only the most recent grade will be used for credit
        review. All other attempts will be considered “repeats” and will transfer no credit. Transfer courses will be
        identified as repeats if they meet the following criteria:
             1. The same course (as identified by course title and number) is taken more than once at the same
                   institution;
             2. Two or more courses taken at different institutions are evaluated as meeting the same objectives.
    9. Credit by examination is acceptable, in some areas. See the Credit By Examination policy for details.
    10. All credit taken at foreign institutions will be subject to review by the Office of International Admission for
        admission purposes to determine what courses are transferable to DePaul University. Students may be
        required to submit detailed course descriptions and syllabi (translated into English) to determine if credit
        taken at a foreign institution is transferable to DePaul University. Failure to indicate attendance at a
        foreign institution prior to enrolling at DePaul University may result in denial of admission, dismissal from
        the University or ineligibility for graduation or the conferral of a degree.
    11. Any credit earned as part of one’s military service through a regionally accredited institution will be
        reviewed on a course by course basis.
    12. Transferrable courses taken more than ten years prior to DePaul admission will earn open-elective credit.
        However, due to rapid changes in some areas of study, such courses may not be applicable to the major or
        minor, subject to a review of course content by a faculty academic advisor or by a staff academic advisor in
        consult with faculty when deemed appropriate. All transfer credit taken at another institution while
        concurrently enrolled as a DePaul student are subject to approval by the student’s college/school before
        transfer credit will be accepted. (See Supplemental Transfer Credit Form.)

    Students may appeal to a “Transfer Credit Review Board” for one additional review of particular courses not
    accepted for transfer credit. Students who make such a request must be prepared to supply official course
    descriptions and course syllabi. The review of all transfer credit is subject to limitations in accordance with the
    educational policies of DePaul University.

Transfer Credit Conversion: DePaul University’s academic calendar is based on the quarter system. College
credit is accumulated on the basis of quarter hours. To convert credit hours from the semester system to the quarter
system, multiply 1.5 (example: 3 semester hours x 1.5 = 4.5 quarter hours). The minimum number of hours required
for graduation with a bachelor’s degree is 192 quarter hours. 
                     

              DePaul and the Illinois Articulation Initiative/ General Education Core Curriculum

DePaul University participates in a state-wide agreement with over 100 colleges in Illinois that is aimed at making
transfer predictable and smooth. The agreement is called the Illinois Articulation Initiative, or the “IAI”.

DePaul participates in the General Education Core Curriculum of the Illinois Articulation Initiative only (DePaul
does not participate in Phase Two, the Major Phase). Completion of the IAI General Education Core Curriculum,
also called the IAI/GECC, at any participating college or university in Illinois ensures transferring students that most
of the lower-division general education requirements at DePaul have been satisfied. For students transferring into
DePaul's School for New Learning, see below. Students who have completed the IAI General Education Core
Curriculum will still have to meet the following mission-specific requirements at DePaul: the Experiential Learning
and Senior Year Capstone courses, two Philosophical Inquiry and two Religious Dimension courses that fulfill the
Liberal Studies Program requirements.

If students have completed all or a portion of the philosophy and religion requirements, students should talk with
their academic advisor at DePaul about what liberal studies program courses to take instead. Students not
successfully completing the IAI/GECC will have their transfer courses reviewed on a course-by-course basis. This
agreement is in effect for students entering an associate or baccalaureate degree-granting institution as first time
freshmen in the summer of 1998 and thereafter.

The School for New Learning (SNL) is a unique college at DePaul with degree programs designed for adult learners.
Beginning in Fall 2008-2009, policies were developed that help adult transfer students from Illinois community
colleges who have completed the IAI/GECC package make a smooth transition into any of the SNL degree
programs. The SNL curriculum can be individualized or students can pursue joint degrees that include courses from
SNL and other colleges at DePaul. Learn about the SNL competence-based approach to learning that is particularly
suited to adult learners seeking to complete their bachelor's degrees." Follow this link: SNL EVENTS to attend an
SNL Undergraduate Information Session that will help you see how transferring into SNL with the IAI/GECC
package can work for you, or contact the SNL Admissions office at (312) 362-8001.

Any other college-level courses that the adult transfer student has completed above and beyond the IAI GECC will
be considered for transfer under normal SNL transfer course policies.

 
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                                             College of Commerce
                                       Transfer Guide for Morton College 

In the College of Commerce there are 9 majors to choose from: Accountancy, Economics, Business 
Administration, E‐Business, Real Estate, Management, Management Information Systems, Marketing, and 
Finance. The Liberal Studies Requirements for the Commerce majors listed below are shown in Column A.  
Morton College equivalents to either the courses or the Learning Domain categories are listed in Column B.
                            A                                                       B
                         DePaul                                                Morton  
Liberal Studies (General Education) :
First Year Program: 
WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I                                            ENG 101
WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II                                           ENG 102
Must earn a grade of C‐ or better.

Sophomore Year: 
LSP 200 Multiculturalism in the US                                         No course available.
                            A                                                      B
                         DePaul                                                 Morton  
Learning Domains (Categories):
Arts and Literature: 3 Courses Required.                 ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 105, ART 111, ART 120, 
Not more than 2 courses from the same department/        ART 125, ART 126, ART 127, ART 219, ART 220, ENG 211, 
program.                                                 ENG 215, ENG 216, ENG 218, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 
                                                         225, HUM 150, HUM 151, HUM 153, SPE 108, SPE 110, 
                                                         225       150       151       153      108     110
                                                         SPE 115, SPE 162

Philosophical Inquiry: 2 Courses Required.               PHI 126, PHI 180, PHI 201
* See Note Below.

                                                         Quantitative: MAT 201, MAT 202 Quantitative/Lab: BIO 
Scientific Inquiry: 3 Courses Required.                  110, CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 105, CHM 106, GEG 101, 
1 Lab, 1 Quantitative, and 1 Elective course.            PHY 101, PHY 102, PHY 105, PHY 205, PHY 206   Lab: BIO 
Not more than 2 courses from the same                    111, BIO 215, CHM 100, GEL 101, PHS 103, PHS 104, PHY 
department/program.                                      106, PHY 107, BIO 102 Elective: BIO 100, BIO 180, BIO 
                                                         202, CIS 116, CIS 121, CIS 170, CIS 214, CPS 200, HUM 
                                                         152, PHS 101

Self, Society and the Modern World: 1 Course Required. ANT 101, ANT 102, ECO 101, ECO 102, GEG 105, GEG 
                                                       115, GEG 125, HIS 180, HUM 154, HUM 181, POL 201, 
No ECO courses permitted.                              PSY 101, PSY 104, PSY 210, PSY 215, SOC 100, SOC 101, 
                                                       SOC 102, SOC 201, SOC 220, SSC 101, SSC 102, SSC 140

Religious Dimensions:                                     Ethical Questions: PHI 125
1 Religious and Ethical Questions, 1 Religious Traditions
* See Note Below.

Understanding the Past: 2 Courses Required                North America: HIS 105, HIS 106, HIS 140 
Each from a different geographical category.             Intercontinental: HIS 190 Europe: HIS 103, HIS 104


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                                             College of Commerce
                                       Transfer Guide for Morton College 


* Note: 1 Ethics Course Required in either PI (PHL/MGT 248) or RD (REL/MGT 228). Students are encouraged to 
satisfy their 3 Commerce Global Perspectives requirements using LSP domain courses.

The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at DePaul in column A and the Morton equivalent 
in column B.
                              A                                                       B
                           DePaul                                                 Morton  
Communication Core
 CMNS 212 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION                       SPE 120 GROUP DISCUSSIONS
 CMNS 220 PUBLIC SPEAKING                                 SPE 101 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING
   Must Complete one of these courses in Comm.

Commerce Core
    ACC 101 INTRO TO ACCOUNTING I                          BUS 101     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
    ACC 102 INTRO TO ACCOUNTING II                         BUS 102     MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
    BLW 201 LEGAL/ETHCL ENVIRON BUSNS                      BUS 230     BUSINESS LAW AND CONTRACTS
    BMS 125 BUSINESS CALCULUS I                            MAT 224     CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS AND SOCI
    ECO 105  PRINCIPLES MICROECONOMICS                     ECO 102     PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II

Commerce students are strongly encouraged  to complete calculus prior to transfer or to be prepared to take 
calculus in their first quarter.  Successful performance on DePaul's math placement exam is required to take BMS 
125.  

* This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please visit 
the transfer course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses  or contact Transfer 
Admissions at 312‐362‐555

* Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency 
dates. 




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                                          College of Communication
                                         Morton College Transfer Guide

In the College of Communication there are 5 majors to choose from: Communication Studies, Journalism, Media 
& Cinema Studies, Public Relations and Advertising, and Communication & Media.  The Liberal Studies 
Requirements for the Communication majors listed below are shown in Column A.  Morton equivalents to either 
the courses or the learning domain categories are listed in Column B.
                            A                                                   B
                         DePaul                                              Morton
Liberal Studies (General Education) :
First Year Core: 
WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I                                          ENG 101 
WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II                                         ENG 102 

Mathematical and Technological Literacy:
LSP 120   Mathematical and Technological Literacy I                     No course available.
LSP 121 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II                      No course available.

Sophomore Year:
LSP 200 Multiculturalism in the United States                           No course available.
                            A                                                   B
                         DePaul                                              Morton
Learning Domains (Categories):
Arts and Literature: 2 Courses Required.
At     d Lit t         C       R    i d                ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 105, ART 111, ART 120, 
                                                           101       102     103      105      111      120
Not more than 2 courses from the same department/      ART 125, ART 126, ART 127, ART 219, ART 220, ENG 211, 
program.                                               ENG 215, ENG 216, ENG 218, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 
                                                       225, HUM 150, HUM 151, HUM 153, SPE 108, SPE 110, 
                                                       SPE 115, SPE 162

Philosophical Inquiry: 2 Courses Required.             PHI 126, PHI 180, PHI 201

Scientific Inquiry:                                    Quantitative: MAT 201, MAT 202 Quantitative/Lab: BIO 
1 Lab, 1 Quantitative, and 1 Elective course.          110, CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 105, CHM 106, GEG 101, 
Not more than 2 courses from the same                  PHY 101, PHY 102, PHY 105, PHY 205, PHY 206   Lab: BIO 
department/program.                                    111, BIO 215, CHM 100, GEL 101, PHS 103, PHS 104, PHY 
                                                       106, PHY 107, BIO 102 Elective: BIO 100, BIO 180, BIO 
                                                       202, CIS 116, CIS 121, CIS 170, CIS 214, CPS 200, HUM 
                                                       152, PHS 101

Self, Society and the Modern World: 2 Courses          ANT 101, ANT 102, ECO 101, ECO 102, GEG 105, GEG 
Required.                                              115, GEG 125, HIS 180, HUM 154, HUM 181, POL 201, 
                                                       PSY 101, PSY 104, PSY 210, PSY 215, SOC 100, SOC 101, 
                                                       SOC 102, SOC 201, SOC 220, SSC 101, SSC 102, SSC 140

Religious Dimensions: 2 Courses Required.              Ethical Questions: PHI 125
1 Religious and Ethical Questions course.
1 Religious Traditions course.



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                                           College of Communication
                                          Morton College Transfer Guide

Understanding the Past: 2 Courses Required.                 North America: HIS 105, HIS 106, HIS 140 
Each from a different geographical category.               Intercontinental: HIS 190 Europe: HIS 103, HIS 104

The following is a list of Introductory or Core Courses for DePaul in column A and the Morton equivalent in 
column B.
                              A                                                      B
                           DePaul                                                 Morton
Communication Core
CMN 110 INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION                        JRN 106 JOURNALISM COURSES

Journalism
CMN 275 INTRO TO JOURNALSIM                                JRN 101     JOURNALISM COURSES

* This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please visit 
the transfer course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses  or contact Transfer 
Admissions at 312‐362‐555

* Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency 
dates. 




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                                              College of Computing and Digital Media                                         Revised 12/1/08

                                                 Transfer Guide for Morton College

In the College of Computing and Digital Media there are 19 majors to choose from: BA in Animation, BS in 
Animation, BS in Computer Games Development,  BS in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology, BS in E‐
Commerce Technology, BS in Information Assurance and Security Engineering, BS in Information Systems, BA in 
Information Technology, BS in Math and Computer Science, BS in Network Technology, BS in Computer Science, 
BA in Digital Cinema, BS in Digital Cinema, BS in Information Technology, and BS in Interactive Media.   The 
Liberal Studies Requirements for the College of Computing and Digital Media majors listed below are shown in 
Column A. Morton equivalents to either the courses or the Learning Domain categories are listed in Column B.

                           A                                                                             B
                         DePaul                                                                        Morton
Liberal Studies (General Education) :
First Year Program: 
WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I                                                                   ENG 101 
WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II                                                                  ENG 102 

Mathematical and Technological Literacy:
LSP 120   Mathematical and Technological Literacy I                                             No course available.
LSP 121 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II                                              No course available.
Required for: BA/BS in Animation, BS in Computer Graphics and Motion 
Technology (Technical Designer Concentration), and BA/BS in Digital Cinema.



Sophomore Year: 
LSP 200 Multiculturalism in the US                                                              No course available.
                            A                                                                           B
                         DePaul                                                                      Morton
Learning Domains (Categories):
Arts and Literature: 3 Courses Required.                                       ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 105, ART 111, ART 120, 
Not more than 2 courses from the same department/                              ART 125, ART 126, ART 127, ART 219, ART 220, ENG 211, 
program.                                                                       ENG 215, ENG 216, ENG 218, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 
BA and BS in Animation: Two of the courses must be ART 106 and either DC       225, HUM 150, HUM 151, HUM 153, SPE 108, SPE 110, 
233 or ART 200.  BS in Animation: GAM 224 is recommended. BS in Computer 
Games Development (Production and Design Concentration): One of the 
                                                                               SPE 115, SPE 162
courses must be DC 201. BS in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology 
(Technical Designer Concentration): 2 courses must be ART 102 and 106.  BA 
in Digital Cinema (Standard Concentration): 1 course must be GAM 224. BA in 
Digital Cinema (Animation Concentration):2 courses must be ART 106 and 
239, GAM224 is suggested.  BS in Digital Cinema:1 course must be GAM 224.  
BS in Interactive Media: 1 course must be DC 205.




Philosophical Inquiry: 2 Courses Required.                                     PHI 126, PHI 180, PHI 201
BS in Computer Games Development (Game Programming Concentration) & 
BS in Interactive Media: One course must be IT 228.  BS in Computer Games 
Development (Production and Design Concentration) & BS in Computer 
Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration): One 
must be GAM 228 (or IT 228).  BS in Computer Science, BA in Digital Cinema 
(Standard Concentration), & BA in Digital Cinema (Animation Concentration): 
One course must be CSC 208.




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                                                  Transfer Guide for Morton College


Scientific Inquiry: 1 Course Required.                                        Quantitative: MAT 201, MAT 202 Quantitative/Lab: BIO 
1 SI Lab or SI Quantitative‐Lab required                                      110, CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 105, CHM 106, GEG 101, 
                                                                              PHY 101, PHY 102, PHY 105, PHY 205, PHY 206   Lab: BIO 
                                                                              111, BIO 215, CHM 100, GEL 101, PHS 103, PHS 104, PHY 
                                                                              106, PHY 107, BIO 102 Elective: BIO 100, BIO 180, BIO 
                                                                              202, CIS 116, CIS 121, CIS 170, CIS 214, CPS 200, HUM 
                                                                              152, PHS 101

Self, Society and the Modern World: 3 Courses                                 ANT 101, ANT 102, ECO 101, ECO 102, GEG 105, GEG 
Required.                                                                     115, GEG 125, HIS 180, HUM 154, HUM 181, POL 201, 
Not more than 2 courses from the same department/                             PSY 101, PSY 104, PSY 210, PSY 215, SOC 100, SOC 101, 
program.                                                                      SOC 102, SOC 201, SOC 220, SSC 101, SSC 102, SSC 140
BS in Information Technology: 1 course must be ECO 105.  BS in Interactive 
Media: 1 course must be PSY 105.



Religious Dimensions: 2 courses Required.                 Ethical Questions: PHI 125
1 Religious and Ethical Questions, 1 Religious Traditions

Understanding the Past: 2 Courses Required                                     North America: HIS 105, HIS 106, HIS 140 
Each from a different geographical category.                                  Intercontinental: HIS 190 Europe: HIS 103, HIS 104

*BS in Computer Games Development (Game Programming Concentration): For A&L Two of the courses must be 
DC 201 and ANI 101.
** BA/BS in Animation, BA/BS in Digital Cinema: 1 PI or RD course must be an ethics course. IT 228 strongly 
recommended, PHL/REL/MGT 228 recommended.
***BS in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Developer Concentration), BS in Computer Graphics and 
Motion Technology (Technical Designer Concentration), BS in E‐Commerce Technology, BS in Information 
Assurance and Security Engineering, BS in Information Systems, BA in Information Technology, BS in Math and 
Computer Science, BS in Network Technology,BS in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology (Technical 
Designer Concentration), BS in Information Technology: 1 PI or RD course must be an ethics course. CSC 208 
strongly recommended, PHL/REL/MGT 228 recommended.

The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at DePaul in column A and the Morton equivalent 
in column B.
                              A                                                       B
                           DePaul                                                  Morton
BA/BS in Animation
ART 218 FIGURE DRAWING                                    ART 203 FIGURE DRAWING I

BS in Computer Science
MAT 150 CALCULUS I                                                            MAT 201    CALCULUS I
IT 240    INTRO TO DESKTOP DATABASES                                          CIS 121    DATABASE MANAGMENT
CMN 220 PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                       SPE 101    PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC SPEAKING




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BS in Computer Graphics and Motion Technology
MAT 150 CALCULUS I                                         MAT 201     CALCULUS I
CSC 261 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES I: C/C++                     CIS 214     C:PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
CSC 261 PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES I: C/C++                     CPS 200     C++ FOR ENGINEERS

BS in Game Development
MAT 150 CALCULUS I                                         MAT 201     CALCULUS I

BA/BS in E‐Commerce Technology ,Information 
Systems , and Information Technology 
IT 240     INTRO TO DESKTOP DATABASES                      CIS 121     DATABASE MANAGMENT
CSC 211 PROGRAMMING IN JAVA I                              CIS 170     INTRODUCTION TO JAVA
CMN 212 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION                          SPE 120     GROUP DISCUSSIONS
IT 130     THE INTERNET AND THE WEB                        CIS 116     INTERNET APPLICTIONS

BS in Interactive Media
IT 130      THE INTERNET AND THE WEB                       CIS 116     INTERNET APPLICTIONS
IT 240      INTRO TO DESKTOP DATABASES                     CIS 121     DATABASE MANAGMENT
IT 230      BUILDING INTERNET APPLICATIONS                 CIS 172     ASP

BS in Math and C/S
MAT 150 CALCULUS I                                         MAT 201     CALCULUS I
MAT 260 MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS I                           MAT 203     CALCULUS III

BS in Network Technology, Information Assurance and 
Security
IT 130    THE INTERNET AND THE WEB                   CIS 116           INTERNET APPLICTIONS
IT 240    INTRO TO DESKTOP DATABASES                 CIS 121           DATABASE MANAGMENT
IT 230    BUILDING INTERNET APPLICATIONS             CIS 172           ASP

This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please visit the 
transfer course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses or contact Transfer 
Admissions at 312‐362‐5551.

* Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency 
dates. 




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                                            Transfer Guide for Morton College

In the School of Education there are 4 majors to choose from: Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Secondary 
Education, and Physical Education.  The Liberal Studies Requirements for the School of Education majors listed below are 
shown in Column A.  Morton College equivalents to either the courses or the learning domain categories are listed in Column 
B.
                            A                                                       B
                         DePaul                                                  Morton
Liberal Studies (General Education) :
First Year Core: 
WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I                                             ENG 101 
WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II                                            ENG 102 

Mathematical and Technological Literacy:

4 or 8 quarter hours required, depending on placement. 
LSP 120 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I                                              No course available.
LSP 121 Mathematical and Technological Literacy II                                             No course available.
Visual Arts requires LSP 120 &  121.

LSP 120/121 not required for Chemistry, Environmental 
Science, and Physics. LSP 120 required for Biology.

Sophomore Year: 4 quarter hours required
LSP 200 Multiculturalism in the United States                                                  No course available.

Below you will find the majors in this college, showing how many courses are required in each of the Learning Domains of the 
Liberal Studies program and whether there are any special requirements in a Learning Domain  because of the major.
   Learning Domains →              A & L               PI               RD                SI           SSMW                   UP
                                     Arts and    Philosophical       Religious         Scientific    Self, Society, &  Understanding 
     Major Clusters ↓               Literature      Inquiry         Dimensions          Inquiry       the Modern         the Past
                                                                                                          World


Early Childhood Education              *2               2           1 Rel. &              **3             3                  2            
                                                   (LSE 380       Ethical Ques.                      (one must be  (1 must be a 
                                                   required)            or                             PSC 120)         U.S. history 
                                                                      1 Rel.                                              course)
                                                                   Traditions 

Elementary Education                    2        2              (LSE  1 Relig. &       **3      3             (one          2            
                                                        380          Ethical Ques.              must be PSC  (1 must be a 
                                                   required)               or                         120)             U.S. history 
                                                                        1 Relig.                                         course)
                                                                      Traditions 
Physical Education                     *2                  2           1 Relig. &   1 Physical           2                  2            
                                                    (LSE 380  Ethical Ques. Science, 1  (one must be  (1 must be a 
                                                   required)            1 Relig.  Quantitative PSC 120)                U.S. history 
                                                                      Traditions                                         course)


Secondary Education Biology            *3               2           1 Relig. &             1          3             (one       2            
                                                                    h l                                        b          (       b



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                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques.                       must be PSC  (1 must be a 
Secondary Education Biology 
                                                   required)          1 Relig.                            120)       U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                                         course)

Secondary Education Chemistry          *3               2            1 Relig. &  1           (must  3             (one       2            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques. be a biology  must be PSC  (1 must be a 
                                                   required)          1 Relig.       course)              120)          U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                                            course)

Secondary Education English        1 (must not       2               1 Relig. &           **3         3             (one       2            
                                  be an English  (LSE 380          Ethical Ques.                      must be PSC  (1 must be a 
                                     course)     required)            1 Relig.                              120)          U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                                              course)

Secondary Education                    *3               2            1 Relig. &        SDV 230        3             (one       2            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques.                      must be PSC  (1 must be a 
Environmental Science
                                                   required)          1 Relig.                              120)          U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                                              course)

Secondary Education History            *3               2            1 Relig. &           **3         2           (must     1            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques.                       be PSC 120  (must be a 
                                                   required)          1 Relig.                          & a Econ.  U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                            course)        course)

Secondary Education                     2               2            1 Relig. &           **3              2                  2            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques.                      (one must be  (1 must be a 
Mathematics, Modern Language
                                                   required)          1 Relig.                          PSC 120)         U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                                             course)

Secondary Education Physics            *3               2            1 Relig. &      1            3                  2            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques. (must be a  (one must be  (1 must be a 
                                                   required)          1 Relig.    biology      PSC 120)         U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions    course)                         course)

Secondary Education Social             *3               2            1 Relig. &           **3         2           (must     1            
                                                   (LSE 380        Ethical Ques.                       be PSC 120  (must be a 
Sciences  
                                                   required)          1 Relig.                          & a Econ.  U.S. history 
                                                                    Traditions                            course)        course)

Secondary Education Visual Arts 1 (must not            2             1 Relig. &           **3         3             (one       2            
                                   be from Art     (LSE 380  Ethical Ques.                            must be PSC  (1 must be a 
                                      or Art       required)           1 Relig.                             120)          U.S. history 
                                    History).                        Traditions                                             course)

                                     Arts and     Philosophical      Religious          Scientific    Self, Society, &  Understanding 
     Major Clusters ↑               Literature       Inquiry        Dimensions           Inquiry       the Modern         the Past
                                                                                                           World


   Learning Domains →               A & L              PI               RD                 SI           SSMW                   UP

Note:
* Not more than 2 courses from the same department/program.
** 1 course in biological science, 1 course in physical science, 1 quantitative, 1 course must have lab component.
Math, Computer Science, Geography, or Psychology courses do not fulfill this requirement.



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The lists below show courses at Harper that will fulfill requirements in the learning domains listed above.
Art & Literature: Morton Equivalents
ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 105, ART 111, ART 120, ART 125, ART 126, ART 127, ART 219, ART 220, ENG 211, ENG 215, 
ENG 216, ENG 218, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 225, HUM 150, HUM 151, HUM 153, SPE 108, SPE 110, SPE 115, SPE 162
Philosophical Inquiry: Morton Equivalents
PHI 126, PHI 180, PHI 201
Religious Dimensions: Morton Equivalents
Ethical Questions: PHI 125
Scientific Inquiry: Morton Equivalents 
Quantitative: MAT 201, MAT 202 Quantitative/Lab: BIO 110, CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 105, CHM 106, GEG 101, PHY 101, 
PHY 102, PHY 105, PHY 205, PHY 206 Lab: BIO 111, BIO 215, CHM 100, GEL 101, PHS 103, PHS 104, PHY 106, PHY 107, BIO 
102 Elective: BIO 100, BIO 180, BIO 202, CIS 116, CIS 121, CIS 170, CIS 214, CPS 200, HUM 152, PHS 101
Self, Society, and the Modern World: Morton Equivalents  
ANT 101, ANT 102, ECO 101, ECO 102, GEG 105, GEG 115, GEG 125, HIS 180, HUM 154, HUM 181, POL 201, PSY 101, PSY 104, 
PSY 210, PSY 215, SOC 100, SOC 101, SOC 102, SOC 201, SOC 220, SSC 101, SSC 102, SSC 140
Understanding the Past: Morton Equivalents  
 North America: HIS 105, HIS 106, HIS 140 Intercontinental: HIS 190 Europe: HIS 103, HIS 104

The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at DePaul in column A and the Morton equivalent in column 
B.
                              A                                                       B
                           DePaul                                                  Morton
Early Childhood
Pre‐Education
ECE 286 ART/MUSC/MVMNT YOUNG CHLD                         ECE 204 Art Activites for Children
EE 347      Children's Literature                         ECE 205 Children's Literature
PE  273     HEALTH AND NUTRITION                          ECE 105 HEALTH, SAFTEY AND NUTRITION
PE  273     HEALTH AND NUTRITION                          EDU 105 Health, Safety & Nutrition
PE  273     HEALTH AND NUTRITION                          PEH 103 NUTRITION
SCU  207 SOCIAL/HIST ISSUES EDUCTN                        EDU 100 Intro to American Education
Professional Education
ECE 309 EXCEPTIONL CHILD GROWTH/DEVEL                     ECE 125 The Exceptional Child

Elementary Education
Pre‐Education
EE 347     Children's Literature                        ECE 205    Children's Literature
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 101    PERSONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 105    WELLNESS
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 106    DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE

Physical Education
Pre‐Education
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 101    PERSONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 105    WELLNESS
PE  206    PERSONAL/COMMUNITY HEALTH                    PEH 106    DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE


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PE 302     FIRST AID:EMERGNCY RESPON                       PEH 102     FIRST AID

This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer 
course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses or contact Transfer Admissions at 312‐362‐
5551.

* Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency dates. 




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                                          Transfer Guide for Morton College
                                                                              


  In the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences there are over 30 majors to choose from.  This Transfer Guide shows the Liberal 
Studies Requirements per major by grouping majors together in clusters if they have the same number of courses required in 
the Learning Domain Categories.  This is followed by a list of transferable courses from Morton that will fulfill these domains.  
Finally, a list of Introductory courses in the majors that have Morton equivalents are listed in the third part of the guide.
                               A                                                        B
                            DePaul                                                   Morton
Liberal Studies (General Education) :
First Year Program: 
WRD 103 Composition and Rhetoric I                                                 ENG 101 
WRD 104 Composition and Rhetoric II                                                ENG 102 

Mathematical and Technological Literacy: 
LSP 120 Mathematical and Technological Literacy I                                        No course available.
and/or LSP 121 Mathematical and Technological                                            No course available.
Literacy II.  Depending on placement.

* The following Majors do not require MTL: Biological 
Sciences, Chemistry, Allied Health Technologies, 
Economics, Environmental Science, Mathematical 
           ,                        ,
Sciences, Physics, and Scientific Data Analysis & 
Visualization

Sophomore Year:
LSP 200 Multiculturalism in the United States                             No course available.
Please Note: Courses that count towards a student's major do not count toward Learning Domain requirements.  For 
example, an Art Major cannot count Art courses towards the Arts & Literature requirement. 

Below you will find the majors in this college, showing how many courses are required in each of the Learning Domains of the 
Liberal Studies program and whether there are any special requirements in a Learning Domain because of the major.
   Learning Domains →                A & L             PI             RD            SI          SSMW                UP
                                      Arts and    Philosophical     Religious    Scientific    Self, Society, &  Understanding 
     Major Clusters ↓                Literature      Inquiry       Dimensions     Inquiry       the Modern         the Past
                                                                                                    World


African & Black Diaspora 
Studies, Anthropology, 
Economics, Geography, Political          3             2               2             3               1                2
Science, Psychology, Public 
Policy Studies, and Sociology
*     Anthropology majors cannot use Psychology courses in the SSMW category or the Quantitative 
subcategory of SI. 
American Studies, International 
Studies, and Latin American &         3          2           2        3          2          1
Latino Studies


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*    American Studies Majors must choose a geographical area outside of the U.S. in the UP category.  
*    International Studies majors must take Microeconomics (ECO 105) and Political systems of the 
World (PSC 150) in the SSMW category.  UP Course must focus on a geographic area outside the 
student's area of concentration.
Art & Art History, English, and 
                                         1         2           2            3     3          2
Modern Languages
Allied Health Technology, 
Biological Sciences, Chemistry,                                            Met 
Environmental Sciences, Physics,         3         2           2          within  3          2
and Scientific Data Analysis &                                            Major
Visualization
Mathematics and Nursing                  3         2           2            1     3          2
*    Mathematics majors must take a lab course in the SI category.
*    Mathematics majors pursuing the Bachelor of Science degree must earn 16.0 quarter hours of 
credit (not including SI) in the Natural or Computer Sciences.
*    For Nursing students, Cultural Anthropology (ANT 102) and Human Development (PSY 303) are 
taken in the SSMW category.
Catholic Studies                         3         2           1            3     3          2
                                                                                           Met 
                                         3         2           2            3     3       within 
History                                                                                   Major
                                                               1                             1         
                                         3         2        Non‐            3     2       Non‐
Islamic World Studies                                      Islamic                       Islamic
                                                 Met 
                                         3      within         2            3     3          2
Philosophy                                      Major
                                                             Met 
                                         3         2        within          3     3          2
Religious Studies                                           Major
Women's & Gender Studies                 2         2           2            3     2          2
                                     Arts and    Philosophical     Religious    Scientific    Self, Society, &  Understanding 
     Major Clusters ↑               Literature      Inquiry       Dimensions     Inquiry       the Modern         the Past
                                                                                                   World


   Learning Domains →              A & L              PI             RD            SI          SSMW                UP

The lists below shows courses that will fulfill requirements in the learning domains listed above.
Art & Literature: Morton Equivalents (Not more than 2 courses from the same department)
ART 101, ART 102, ART 103, ART 105, ART 111, ART 120, ART 125, ART 126, ART 127, ART 219, ART 220, ENG 211, ENG 215, 
ENG 216, ENG 218, ENG 220, ENG 221, ENG 225, HUM 150, HUM 151, HUM 153, SPE 108, SPE 110, SPE 115, SPE 162
Philosophical Inquiry: Morton Equivalents
PHI 126, PHI 180, PHI 201
Religious Dimensions: Morton Equivalents
Ethical Questions: PHI 125



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Scientific Inquiry: Morton Equivalents (Not more than 2 courses from the same department)
Quantitative: MAT 201, MAT 202 Quantitative/Lab: BIO 110, CHM 101, CHM 102, CHM 105, CHM 106, GEG 101, PHY 101, 
PHY 102, PHY 105, PHY 205, PHY 206 Lab: BIO 111, BIO 215, CHM 100, GEL 101, PHS 103, PHS 104, PHY 106, PHY 107, BIO 
102 Elective: BIO 100, BIO 180, BIO 202, CIS 116, CIS 121, CIS 170, CIS 214, CPS 200, HUM 152, PHS 101
*    Students may use the full year‐long sequences in biology (BIO 101, 102, and 103), chemistry (CHE 111, 113, and 115 or 
CHE 171, 173, or 175), or physics (PHY  150, 151, and 152 or PHY 155 and 156) to fulfill this requirement.  Otherwise, at most 
two courses can come from the same department or program. 
Self, Society, and the Modern World: Morton Equivalents (Not more than 2 courses from the same department) 
ANT 101, ANT 102, ECO 101, ECO 102, GEG 105, GEG 115, GEG 125, HIS 180, HUM 154, HUM 181, POL 201, PSY 101, PSY 104, 
PSY 210, PSY 215, SOC 100, SOC 101, SOC 102, SOC 201, SOC 220, SSC 101, SSC 102, SSC 140

Understanding the Past: Morton Equivalents (Each course must be from a different geographical area)
 North America: HIS 105, HIS 106, HIS 140 Intercontinental: HIS 190 Europe: HIS 103, HIS 104

The following is a list of Introductory Courses for the Major(s) at DePaul in column A and the Morton equivalent in column 
B.
                              A                                                       B
                           DePaul                                                  Morton
Biology & Allied Health 
Technologies
 BIO 101      GENERAL BIOLOGY I                           BIO 110       BIOLOGY‐CELLULAR APPROACH
 BIO 103      GENERAL BIOLOGY III                         BIO 111       BIOLOGY‐SYSTEM APPROACH

Chemistry, Physics, and 
Mathematics
 CHE 111     GENERAL/ANALYTICAL CHEM I                    CHM 101       CHEMISTRY COURSES
 CHE 111     GENERAL/ANALYTICAL CHEM I                    CHM 105       INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
 CHE 115     GENERAL/ANALYTCL CHEM III                    CHM 102       CHEMISTRY COURSES
 CHE 115     GENERAL/ANALYTCL CHEM III                    CHM 106       INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II
 CHE 171     MECHANISTIC ORGANIC I                        CHM 205       ELEMENTARY ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
 CHE 175     MECHANISTIC ORGANIC III                      CHM 206       ELEMENTARY ORGANIC CHEMISTY II
 PHY 170     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I                         PHY 105       PHYSICS I
 PHY 171     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II                        PHY 205       PHYSICS II
 PHY 172     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS III                       PHY 206       PHYSICS III

Environmental Science
 BIO 101     GENERAL BIOLOGY I                            BIO 110       BIOLOGY‐CELLULAR APPROACH
 BIO 103     GENERAL BIOLOGY III                          BIO 111       BIOLOGY‐SYSTEM APPROACH
 CHE 111     GENERAL/ANALYTICAL CHEM I                    CHM 101       CHEMISTRY COURSES
 CHE 111     GENERAL/ANALYTICAL CHEM I                    CHM 105       INORGANIC CHEMISTRY I
 CHE 115     GENERAL/ANALYTCL CHEM III                    CHM 102       CHEMISTRY COURSES
 CHE 115     GENERAL/ANALYTCL CHEM III                    CHM 106       INORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

Math

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 MAT 150    CALCULUS I                               MAT 201      CALCULUS I
 MAT 152    CALCULUS III                             MAT 202      CALCULUS II

Physics
 PHY 170     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I                    PHY 105      PHYSICS I
 PHY 171     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II                   PHY 205      PHYSICS II
 PHY 172     UNIVERSITY PHYSICS III                  PHY 206      PHYSICS III
 MAT 150    CALCULUS I                               MAT 201      CALCULUS I
 MAT 152    CALCULUS III                             MAT 202      CALCULUS II

Art, Media, and Design
 ART 105     TWO DIMENSIONAL FOUNDATNS               ART 101      TWO‐DIMENSIONAL FUNDAMENTALS
 ART 106     BEGINNING DRAWING                       ART 103      DRAWING I
 ART 110     BEGINNING PAINTING                      ART 105      PAINTING I
 ART 113     THREE DIMENSIONL FOUNDATN               ART 102      THREE‐DIMENSIONAL FUNDAMENTALS

Economics
 ECO 105     PRINCIPLES MICROECONOMICS               ECO 102      PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
 ECO 106     PRINCIPLES MACROECONOMICS               ECO 101      PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I

Philosophy
 PHL 100     PHILOSOPHY AND ITS ISSUES               PHI 201      PHILOSPHY

Psychology
 PSY 105      INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY I              PSY 101      INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY

Religious Studies
REL 103       COMPARTVE RELIGIOUS WRLDS              PHI 125      WORLD RELIGIONS

Scientific Data Analysis & Visualization
 MAT  150   CALCULUS I                               MAT 201      CALCULUS I
 CSC 211      PROGRAMMING IN JAVA I                  CIS 170      INTRODUCTION TO JAVA
 CSC 261      PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES I: C/C++         CIS 214      C:PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
 CSC 261      PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES I: C/C++         CPS 200      C++ FOR ENGINEERS
* Take CSC 211 & 212 or CSC 261 & 262

Sociology
 SOC 101     INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY               SOC 100      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
 SOC 105     SOCIAL PROBLEMS                         SOC 102      SOCIAL PROBLEMS
* Take SOC 101 or SOC 105.

Women's and Gender Studies
WMS 200  TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXTS                      SSC 140      INTRO TO WOMEN'S STUDIES



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This guide does not show all transferable courses from this college.  To see all transferable courses please visit the transfer 
course list on the DePaul website at:  http://www.depaul.edu/transfercourses or contact Transfer Admissions at 312‐362‐
5551.

* Disclaimer:  It is the student’s responsibility to keep abreast of changes to the curriculum guides or equivalency 
dates. 




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