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SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE

Skagit Valley College courses that are similar to Puget Sound courses numbered at the 100 or 200 level are generally transferable. However, as transfer evaluations are done in the context of each student's academic program, it is possible for an evaluation to include courses not listed in this guide as well as to exclude courses that are listed. Therefore, students are encouraged to seek the advice of the Puget Sound Office of Admission in selecting transfer courses, especially those students who have selected a major. A maximum of 96 quarter credits may be transferred, and all courses are evaluated on a course-by-course basis. Students should use the course listings in conjunction with the Skagit Valley College 2008-2010 Course Catalog and the University of Puget Sound Bulletin 2009-2010. This guide is effective for the 2010 calendar year only and will be honored until 2012. This guide has two lists, one for courses that transfer as university Core requirements and one for transferable courses in general. Note any courses that must be taken in combination in order to transfer. If the combination is not completed, separate courses may not transfer. Students are therefore advised to complete a sequence of courses, rather than just one or two quarters (for example, students studying Calculus should complete MATH& 151, 152, and 153 rather than just MATH& 151 and 152). placement, transfer credit may be adjusted and a student required to complete appropriate courses in residence. NOTE: These listings apply to regular course offerings completed by regular college students. Courses offered in other formats, such as programmed-learning, challenge examination, distance-learning, online, or telecourses, may not be transferable. Additionally, college credit earned prior to high school graduation is subject to evaluation using both the high school and college transcripts. Because curriculum revisions may occur during the year, all announcements are subject to change without notice. This document does not create a contract between the university and any student or community college. Students with transfer credit questions should contact the Office of Admission at 253.879.3211 or 800.396.7191. TRANSFERABLE COURSES THAT COMPLETE UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS HUMANISTIC APPROACHES - Continued HIST& 118 - Western Civilization III HIST& 126 - World Civilizations I HIST& 127 - World Civilizations II HIST& 128 - World Civilizations III HIST& 146 - US History I HIST& 147 - US History II HIST& 148 - US History III PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 215 - Introduction to Ethics MATHEMATICAL APPROACHES (5 credits) BA 215 - Business Statistics CS 142 - Java Programming I CS 143 - Java Programming II CS 210 - C++ Programming I CS 211 - C++ Programming II MATH& 107 - Math in Society MATH& 146 - Introduction to Stats MATH& 148 - Business Calculus MATH& 151 - Calculus I MATH& 152 - Calculus II MATH& 153 - Calculus III MATH 204 - Elementary Linear Algebra MATH& 254 - Calculus IV PHIL& 106 - Intro to Logic NATURAL SCIENTIFIC APPROACHES (5 credits) ASTR& 101 - Intro to Astronomy BIOL& 100 - Survey of Biology BIOL& 201 - Majors Cellular BIOL& 212 - Majors Plant BIOL& 213 - Majors Animal CHEM& 121 - Intro to Chemistry CHEM& 131 - Intro to Organic/Biochemistry CHEM& 161 - General Chemistry I w/Lab CHEM& 162 - General Chemistry II w/Lab CHEM& 163 - General Chemistry III w/Lab CHEM 231 - Organic Chemistry II/Lab I 1

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FINE ARTS APPROACHES (5 credits) ART 142 - Survey of Art History: Prehistory to 1300 AD ART 143 - Survey of Art History: 1300-1850 AD ART 144 - Modern Art History DRMA& 101 - Intro to Theatre ENGL& 111 - Intro to Literature The university Core Curriculum includes 8 requirements plus MUSC& 105 - Music Appreciation a foreign language proficiency requirement. Sophomore MUSC 124 - Survey of Music History: Ancient to 1750 ACE transfer students may complete 4 Core courses and the foreign MUSC 125 - Survey of Music History: 1750-1900 language proficiency requirement with transfer credit while MUSC 126 - Survey of Music History: 1900-Present junior transfer students may complete 5 Core courses and the MUSC 129 - World Music foreign language proficiency requirement with transfer credit. HUMANISTIC APPROACHES (5 credits) Transfer credit used in a major or minor program is subject to ANTH& 206 - Cultural Anthropology departmental review. Academic departments may require a ENGL& 220 - Intro to Shakespeare transfer student to complete an interview or examination before HIST& 116 - Western Civilization I being placed into a program of study. Based on a student's HIST& 117 - Western Civilization II 2010 Advising Manual University of Puget Sound / Skagit Valley College

SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE NATURAL SCIENTIFIC APPROACHES - Continued CHEM 232 - Organic Chemistry III/Lab II GEOL& 101 - Intro Physical Geology GEOL& 208 - Geology of the Pacific NW OCEA& 101 - Oceanography PHYS& 121 - General Physics I PHYS& 122 - General Physics II PHYS& 123 - General Physics III PHYS& 221 - Engineering Physics I PHYS& 222 - Engineering Physics II PHYS& 223 - Engineering Physics II SOCIAL SCIENTIFIC APPROACHES - (5 credits) CMST 205 - Intercultural Communication ECON& 201 - Micro Economics ECON& 202 - Macro Economics POLS 201 - Comparative Government POLS& 202 - American Government POLS& 203 - International Relations PSYC 205 - Social Psychology SOC& 201 - Social Problems LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT (15 credits or 1-200 level course) ASL& 121-123 - Am Sign Language I, II, III CHIN& 121-123 (all) - Chinese I, II, III CHIN& 221 - Chinese IV FREN& 121-123 (all) - French I, II, III FREN& 221 - French IV GREEK 101-103 (all) - Koine Greek I, II, III JAPN& 121-123 (all) - Japanese I, II, III JAPN& 221 - Japanese IV LUSED 101-103 (all) - First-year Lushootseed Salish I, II, III LUSED 201 - First-year Lushootseed Salish 201 SPAN& 121-123 (all) - Spanish I, II, III SPAN& 221 - Spanish IV TRANSFERABLE COURSES LISTED BY NUMBER Symbols used throughout this guide are as follows: Elective = Transferable elective course + = Activity credit. Transferable to a maximum of 1.50 Puget Sound units (9 quarter credits) * = Course similar to Puget Sound course listed, but department interview or examination may be used to determine fulfillment of major/minor requirements. Transfer credit is subject to revision. SKAGIT VALLEY American Sign Language ASL& 121 ASL& 122 ASL& 123 Anthropology ANTH& 200 ANTH& 204 ANTH& 205 ANTH& 206 ANTH& 234 Art ART 101 ART 102 ART 107 ART 111 & 112 (both) ART 142-144 (all) ART 201 & 202 (both) ART 241 & 242 (both, 8 credits) ART 261 & 262 (both, 8 credits) ART 263 & 264 (both, 8 credits) PUGET SOUND Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective CSOC 200 CSOC 203 Elective Elective Elective ART 101 & 102 * ART 275 & 276 * ART 251 * ART 247 * ART 281 * ART 265 * SKAGIT VALLEY Astronomy ASTR& 101 Biology BIOL& 100 BIOL 107 BIOL& 211-213 (all) BIOL& 241 & 242 (both) Business Administration ACCT& 201-203 (all) BUS& 101 BUS& 201 Chemistry CHEM& 121 & 131 (both) CHEM& 161-163 (all) CHEM& 241-252 (all) Chinese CHIN& 121-123 (all) CHIN& 221-223 (all) Communication Studies CMST& 102 CMST 205 CMST& 220 CMST& 230 Computer Science CS 142 CS 143 CS 210 CS 211 Drama DRMA& 101 DRMA 133-135 (all) DRMA 151 DRMA 152 PUGET SOUND PHYS 109 BIOL 101 Elective BIOL 111 & 112 EXSC 221 & 222 BUS 205 Elective Elective CHEM 110 & 111 CHEM 110 & 111 CHEM 250 & 251 CHIN 101 & 102 * CHIN 201 & 202 * COMM 220 SPCH 258 * Elective Elective CSCI 161 * CSCI 261 * CSCI 161 * CSCI 161 * THTR 275 THTR 110 & 210 * THTR 291 + THTR 291 + 2

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SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE SKAGIT VALLEY Drama - Continued DRMA 153 DRMA 154 DRMA 161 & 162 (both) Economics ECON 104 ECON& 201 & 202 (both) English ENGL& 101 ENGL 103 ENGL& 111 ENGL& 112 ENGL& 113 ENGL 115 ENGL& 220 ENGL& 236 ENGL& 244-246 (all) ENGL& 254 Ethnic Studies ETHNC 100 ETHNC 111 ETHNC 112 ETHNC 120 ETHNC 201 ETHNC 210 French FREN& 121-123 (all) FREN& 221-223 (all) Geography GEOG 100 GEOG 200 GEOG 201 PUGET SOUND THTR 291 + THTR 291 + THTR 217 * Elective ECON 170 Elective Elective ENGL 220 Elective Elective HUM 290 ENGL 255 Elective ENGL 224 & 225 Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective Elective FREN 101 & 102 * FREN 201 & 202 * Elective Elective Elective SKAGIT VALLEY Geology GEOL& 101 GEOL& 110 GEOL& 208 Greek GREEK 101-103 (all) History HIST& 116-118 (all) HIST& 126-128 (all) HIST& 146-148 (all) HIST& 214 HIST& 219 HIST 220 HIST 240 HIST 242 HIST 245 HIST 270 HIST 280 (5 credits) Humanities HUM& 101 HUM& 116 HUM& 117 HUM& 118 International Studies IS 201 IS 202 Japanese JAPN& 121-123 (all) JAPN& 221-223 (all) Lushootseed Salish LUSED 101 LUSED 102 LUSED 103 LUSED 201 PUGET SOUND GEOL 101 Elective GEOL 204 GRK 101-102 * HIST 101 & 102 HIST 101 & 102 HIST 152 & 153 Elective Elective HIST 280 & 281 Elective Elective Elective Elective HIST 245 Elective Elective Elective Elective IPE 201 Elective JAPN 101 & 102 * JAPN 201 & 202 * Elective Elective Elective Elective SKAGIT VALLEY PUGET SOUND

Lushootseed Salish - Continued LUSED 202 Elective Elective LUSED 203 Mathematics MATH& 107 MATH& 141 & 142 (both) MATH& 146 MATH& 148 MATH& 151-153 (all) MATH 204 MATH& 254 Music All Music Performance MUSC& 105 MUSC& 121-123 & 141-143 (all) MUSC 124-126 (all) MUSC 129 MUSC& 231-233 (all) Nutrition NUTR 119 Oceanography OCEA& 101 Philosophy PHIL& 101 PHIL& 106 PHIL 120 PHIL 215 Physical Education All Activities Physics PHYS& 121-123 (all) PHYS& 221-223 (all) MATH 103 MATH 110 MATH 160 MATH 170 MATH 180 & 181 MATH 290 * MATH 280 Elective + MUS 100 MUS 101-104 * MUS 230 & 231 MUS 222 MUS 201-204 * EXSC 201 * GEOL 205 PHIL 101 PHIL 224 Elective REL 265 Elective + PHYS 111 & 112 PHYS 121 & 122 3

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SKAGIT VALLEY COLLEGE SKAGIT VALLEY Political Science POLS& 101 POLS 201 POLS& 202 POLS& 203 POLS 204 POLS 213 Psychology PSYC& 101 PSYC 104 & 105 (both) PSYC& 180 PSYC& 200 PSYC 205 PSYC 220 PSYC 225 Read READ 107 Sociology SOC& 101 SOC& 201 SOC 204 SOC 206 Spanish SPAN& 121-123 (all) SPAN& 221-223 (all) PUGET SOUND Elective PG 102 PG 101 PG 103 Elective Elective PSYC 101 CRDV 203 + PSYC 200 PSYC 273 & 274 PSYC 281 PSYC 295 Elective LC 100 Elective CSOC 103 CSOC 204 CSOC 202 SPAN 101 & 102 * SPAN 201 & 202 *

Department abbreviation with "&" indicates commonly numbered courses among the Washington State community and technical colleges participating in the Common Course Numbering project.

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