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1 Page 1 of 15 Chapman University and Santiago Canyon College Articulation and Transfer Guide Fall 2007 Summer 2008 The following information is a guide of s that transfer to Chapman University (Orange, CA) and fulfill specific requirements. The information is divided into five sections: Section I: General Education Requirements Section II: Major Prep Section III: Course Equivalencies Section IV: Transfer related policies Section V: Admission Information for Transfer Students SECTION I: General Education Requirements (4 parts + guidelines on double-counting) Part 1: Freshman Foundations This requirement is waived for transfer students and freshman who have completed a minimum of 15 credits of college work after high school. Part 2: Shared Inquiry Courses approved for each of the six areas are listed below and are grouped by Santiago Canyon College subject. A course may be approved for multiple areas but can only be used towards one. Artistic Inquiry (3 credits) Courses with less than 3 credits may be combined to reach the 3 credits required. ART 100, 100H, 101, 102, 105, 110, 111, 115, 121A, 121B, 122, 124, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132A, 132B, 139, 140A, 140B, 141, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 172A, 172B, 175, 183, 186, 188A, 188B, 191A, 192A, 195, 221, 228, 229, 230, 231, 232, 233, 234, 234H, 240, 241, 242, 244, 250 COMM 134, 135 DNCE 100, 106A, 106B, 108A, 108B, 115A, 115B, 119A, 119B, ENGL 211, 212, 214, 215, 220, 231, 232, 233A, 233B, 241, 242, 246, 270, 271, 272, 278 MUS 101, 101H, 102, 103, 121, 122, 123, 124, 131, 135, 136, 137, 161, 162, 163, 164A, 164B, 185, 186, 187, 188 TELV 100, 101, 103, 104, 120, 121, 123 THEA 100, 101, 103, 104, 110, 111, 118 Quantitative Inquiry (3 credits) MATH 150, 170, 180, 180H, 185, 219, 219H, 270, 275, 280, 290, 295 SOCS 219, 219H Natural Science Inquiry (3 4 credits) must include lab ASTR , , 110H BIOL L, 109H + 109L, 149, 177, 211, 212, 214, 216, 239, 249, 259 CHEM 119, 209, 219, 229, 239, 249, 259 ERTH 115 ENVR 259 GEOL L P-SC PHYS 109, 210, 211, 217, 227, 237, 279, 289

2 Page 2 of 15 Social Inquiry (3 credits) ANTH 100, 100H, 101, 103, 104 ART 101, 102, 105 COMM 120, 120H, 225, 225H ECON 120, 121 ENGL 246 EXER 109 ETHN 101 GEOG 100, 100H 102 HIST 101, 101H, 102, 102H, 118, 120, 120H, 121, 121H, 122, 124, 127, 133, 152, 162 MUS 101, 101H, 102, 103 PHIL 108, 112, 118 POLT 101, 101H, 121, 200, 200H, 201, 220, 226, 230 PSYC 100, 100H, 157, 170, 200, 230, 240, 250 SOC 100, 100H, 112, 140, 140H, 240 TELV 101, 103, 104, 105, 105H THEA 101, 103, 104 WMNS 101, 012, 201 Values/Ethical Inquiry (3 credits) PHIL 106, 106H, 108, 110, 111, 112, 118, 144 POLT 230 SOC 140, 140H, 240 Written Inquiry (3 credits) ENGL 101, 101H, 102, 102H, 103, 103H PART 3: Inter/Multidisciplinary Cluster (12 semester credits, minimum 6 upper division) Students may select a cluster from the online list of approved clusters. Lower division courses are eligible for transfer if they are equivalent to CU courses listed in the cluster. Verification of equivalency can be done via Web Advisor s Search for Transfer Courses by Institution. Credit used in the major or under the major s primary discipline cannot be used for this requirement. Some clusters are not open to all majors. To search for courses from Santiago Canyon College equivalent to Chapman courses listed in a specific cluster follow the directions listed in Section III. Completion of a minor or second major satisfies this requirement. PART 4: Global Citizen Cluster Global Study (6 credits) ANTH 100, 100H COMM 120, 120H, 225, 225H ENGL 246, 278 ETHN 101 GEOG 100, 100H, 102 HIST 124, 152, 162 MUS 102 PHIL 112

3 Page 3 of 15 POLT 121 PSYC 170 Citizenship, Community Service (3 credits) COUN 125 Sent to GE Committee for approval SOC 140, 140H Language (3 credits) FREN 201, 202 ITAL 201, 202 SPAN 201, 202 Guidelines on Double-counting: A GE course may not be applied to more than on GE category You may double-count up to 9 units of your major courses with GE Shared Inquiry and Global Citizen Clusters. You may not double-count courses/units in the GE Inter/Multidiciplinary cluster with major program courses. [back to top] SECTION II: Major Prep by College The section includes lower division courses students can complete prior to transfer that satisfy requirements in the major and prepare them for upper division level study at Chapman. Completion of any or all of the requirements listed is not required nor does it guarantee admission. Please refer to the current catalog for a complete list of each program s requirements. Argyros School of Business & Economics School of Education Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Wilkinson College of Letters & Sciences College of Performing Arts Argyros School of Business & Economics BS Accounting BS Business Administration All courses in the major are to be taken for a letter grade. A minimum grade of C- is required for all lower division core. Transfer students are recommended to have completed at least MATH 104 level prior to transfer. Chapman University course ACCT 101/101H ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting ACCT 102/102H ACTG 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting BUS 105 BUS 215 Legal Environment of Business PHIL 108 BUS 216 Business Ethics BUS 222 BUS 217 Business Communication: Writing Skills COMM 110 BUS 218 Business Communication: Oral Skills ECON 121 ECON 200 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 120 ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics

4 Page 4 of 15 MATH 140, MATH 145 (ASBE majors only), or MATH 170 MATH 150 or MATH 180/180H MATH 219 MATH 104 Pre-calculus MGSC 208 Mathematical Analysis for Business MGSC 209 Introductory Business Statistics BA Economics All courses in the major are to be taken for a letter grade. A minimum grade of C- is required for all lower division core. Transfer students are recommended to have completed at least MATH 104 level prior to transfer. Chapman University course ACCT 101/101H ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting PHIL 108 BUS 216 Business Ethics ECON 121 ECON 200 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 120 ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics MATH 140 and MATH 150 or MATH 104 Pre-calculus MATH 145 and MATH 150 or MATH 170 MATH 150 or MATH 180/180H MGSC 208 Mathematical Analysis for Business MATH 219 MGSC 209 Introductory Business Statistics School of Education Bachelor of Arts Liberal Studies Recommended GE and CSET prep courses: ENGL 102/102H, HIST 120/120H and/or HIST 121/121H, POLT 101/101H, PSYC 100/100H ED 200 EDUC 295 Education Field Experience ENGL 270 ENG 258 Literature for Children ANTH 104 ENG 271 Introduction to Linguistics BIOL L under review BIOL 207 Introduction to Life Science w/lab or GEOL L ESCI 111 Physical Geology P-SC 115 Other approved science courses for transfer students include: ESCI 103 Introduction to Geosciences PHYS 104 Introduction to Physical Science HIST 102 HIST 202 Modern World Civilizations HIST 133 under review *HIST 372 California History or *ANTH 396 Indians of California PSYC 157 *PSY 326 Child Psychology and Development *Lower division courses used to satisfy upper division course requirements and/or content do not count towards the upper division credit totals required for the degree. Bachelor of Science Athletic Training Recommended GE: MATH 130 (7QI) minimum prerequisite for Physics sequence Transfer students are strongly recommended to complete Human Anatomy and Calculus I prior to transfer EXER 100 AT 160 Health Education AT 292 Introduction to Athletic Training

5 Page 5 of 15 BIOL 211 BIOL 239 CHEM 219 CHEM 229 PHYS BIOL 204 General Biology I BIOL 210 Human Anatomy CHEM 140 General Chemistry and Lab CHEM 150 General Chemistry and Lab FSN 200 Human Nutrition (includes lab) PHYS 107 Physics for Life Science I PHYS 108 Physics for Life Science II Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Included are a select number of courses that have been approved for lower division major requirements. A grade of B or higher is required in transfer for all approved FTV equivalencies. Approval of FTV coursework for transfer into programs offered under the Dodge College of Film and Media Arts is generally done on an individual student basis upon admission to the university and with consultation of faculty advisor. BA Film Studies TELV/THEA 103 FTV 244 History of Film (to 1945) TELV/THEA 104 FTV 245 History of Film (1946 to the present) TELV 101 FTV 246 History of Television BA Public Relations and Advertising BUS 100 Chapman University course/requirement BUS 100 Introduction to Business MKTG 113 MKTG 200 Introduction to Marketing COM 210 Persuasion ART 110 Lower division Public Relations Elective ENG 215 Lower division Advertising Elective ART 110 BA Screenwriting TELV/THEA 103 FTV 244 History of Film (to 1945) TELV/THEA 104 FTV 245 History of Film (1946 to the present) TELV 101 FTV 246 History of Television BFA Digital Arts New program added 2007 Submit comparable course/s FTV 120 Overview of Digital Arts Submit comparable course/s FTV D Graphics I Submit comparable course/s FTV D Graphics II ART 131 ART 211 Introduction to Life Drawing One lower division elective from the following: ART 132 Visualization: Perspective and Rendering FTV 133 Audio Techniques Submit comparable courses: ART 166 FTV 238 Lighting for 3-D BFA Film Production TELV/THEA 103 FTV 244 History of Film (to 1945) TELV/THEA 104 FTV 245 History of Film (1946 to the present) BFA Television and Broadcast Journalism

6 Page 6 of 15 TELV 101 Eligible electives for transfer: POLT 101 Chapman University course/requirement FTV 246 History of Television Eligible lower division electives include: ENG 215, POSC 110 [start of major prep section] [back to top] Wilkinson College of Letters & Sciences BS Biology Recommended completion prior to transfer: MATH 130 Calculus I Biology sequence: BIOL 204 General Biology I BIOL BIOL 205 General Biology I BIOL 211 Comparative Physiology CHEM 219 CHEM 140 General Chemistry I CHEM 239 CHEM 150 General Chemistry II MATH 180/180H MATH 110 Single Variable Calculus I MATH 185 MATH 111 Single Variable Calculus II Physics sequence: PHYS 107 General Physics I for Life Sciences PHYS PHYS 108 General Physics II for Life Sciences BS/BA Chemistry Recommended completion prior to transfer: MATH 130 Calculus I CHEM 219 CHEM 140 General Chemistry I CHEM 239 CHEM 150 General Chemistry II MATH 180/180H MATH 110 Single Variable Calculus I MATH 185 MATH 111 Single Variable Calculus II Submitted 217, 237, 279 for dept. PHYS 101 General Physics I (calc 1 prereq) review PHYS 102 General Physics II (calc 2 prereq) BA Communication Studies COMM 110 COM 101 Public Speaking COMM 100/100H COM 110 Interpersonal Communication TELV 105 COM 151 Mass Communication COMM 120 COM 211 Intercultural Communication COMM 111 COM 240 Argumentation and Debate BA English Completion of the two course ENG 240 World Literature I sequence in transfer will satisfy two of the three courses offered at Chapman. ENG 242 World Literature II ENGL 271, ENGL 272 ENG 244 World Literature III

7 Page 7 of 15 May request lower division substitution upon admission: ENGL 241, 242 ENGL 231, 232 ENGL 233A, 233B s +One Area of Study required. Lower division coursework can be submitted to department for individual substitutions upon admission. Approval is not guaranteed. Due to upper division credit requirement in major and for BA degree no more than two courses for this area are recommended at the lower division level. *Lower division courses used to satisfy upper division course requirements and/or content do not count towards the upper division credit totals required for the degree. ENG 252 Introduction to Poetry ENG 256 Introduction to Literary Theory +Literature Area of Study (upper division) American Literature* British Literature* Shakespeare* +Comparative Literature Area of Study (upper division)* +Journalism Area of Study ENG 215 Theory and Practice of Journalism BFA Creative Writing Submitted ENGL to dept. ENG 204 Creative Writing Completion of the two course ENG 240 World Literature I sequence in transfer will satisfy two of the three courses offered at Chapman. ENG 242 World Literature II ENGL 271, ENGL 272 One of the following: s ENG 244 World Literature III One of the following: ENG 250 Introduction to Fiction ENG 252 Introduction to Poetry ENG 254 Introduction to Drama BA History Emphasis in United States History or Emphasis in European History All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade HIST 120/120H HIST 101 United States History Survey I HIST 121/121H HIST 103 United States History Survey II HIST 110 Western Civilization I HIST 112 Western Civilization II Approved lower division U.S. History United States History courses* courses: 118, 122, 124, 127, 133 Approved lower division European European History courses* History courses: No comparable courses Approved non-western history Non-Western History courses* courses: 101/101H, 102/102H, 152, 162 *Due to upper division credit requirement in major and for BA degree no more than one course from each of the categories is recommended at the lower division level.

8 Page 8 of 15 BA French French Minor FREN 201 Chapman University course/requirement FREN 201 Intermediate French I BA Spanish Spanish Minor SPAN 202 Chapman University course Prerequisite for Spanish major or minor includes: SPAN 202 Intermediate Spanish II BS Math All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade MATH 180/180H MATH 110 Single Variable Calculus I MATH 185 MATH 111 Single Variable Calculus II MATH 280 MATH 210 Multivariable Calculus MATH 290 MATH 211 Linear Algebra Submit syllabi for MATH 270, 275 MATH 250 Discrete Mathematics I CPSC 230 Computer Science I (Python language) CPSC 231 Computer Science II (Adv Java) BS Computer Science All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade MATH 180/180H MATH 110 Single Variable Calculus I MATH 185 MATH 111 Single Variable Calculus II MATH 280 MATH 210 Multivariable Calculus MATH 290 MATH 211 Linear Algebra Submit syllabi for MATH 270, 275 MATH 250 Discrete Mathematics I CPSC 230 Computer Science I (Python language) CPSC 231 Computer Science II (Adv Java) CPSC 236 Visual Programming BS Computer Information Systems All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade MATH 180/180H MATH 110 Single Variable Calculus I MATH 219/219H MATH 203 Introduction to Statistics CPSC 230 Computer Science I CPSC 231 Computer Science II CPSC 236 Visual Programming ACCT 101 ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting ACCT 102 ACTG 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting ECON 121 ECON 200 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 120 ECON 201 Principles of Macroeconomics BA Philosophy

9 Page 9 of 15 PHIL 108 PHIL 111 Chapman University course/requirement PHIL 104 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 124 Philosophy of Religion PHIL 203 Logic BA Political Science All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a C or higher POLT 101/101H POSC 110 Introduction to American Politics POLT 220/200H POSC 120 Introduction to International Relations POLT 201 POSC 130 Introduction to Comparative Politics POLT 230 POSC 200 Introduction to Political Theory POSC 240 Introduction to Law BA Psychology All courses in the major must be taken for a letter grade and passed with a C or higher PSYC 100/100H PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology MATH 219/219H or SOC 219 PSY 203 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences PSYC 219 PSY 204 Research Methods in the Behavioral Sciences PSYC 200 PSY 333 Physiological Psychology* * Lower division courses used to satisfy upper division course requirements and/or content do not count towards the upper division credit totals required for the degree. BA Religious Studies PHIL 112 Chapman University course/requirement REL 110 Religion and Values REL 115 Living Religions of the World REL 120 Global Ethics and Religion REL 125 Philosophy of Religion BA Sociology Minimum grade of C- required in all major courses Recommended GE: MATH 219 (Quantitative Inquiry), ANTH 100/100H (Social Inquiry or Global Study) SOC 100/100H SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology SOC 225 Social Inequality/Stratification Eligible electives Sociology or Anthropology electives (12 credits)* ANTH 100/100H, 101, 103, 104 SOC 112, 140/140H, 240 *Due to upper division credit requirement in major and for BA degree no more than two lower division electives is recommended at the lower division level. [start of major prep section] [back to top]

10 Page 10 of 15 College of Performing Arts BA Art Chapman University Course ART 110 ART 110 Foundation Course in Design ART 100/100H ART 195 Visual Literacy One of the following courses: One of the following Art History courses: ART 260 Ancient to Medieval Art ART 101, 102 ART 261 Renaissance to Modern Art ART 264 Art of India, Himalayas & SE Asia ART 265 Exchange and Evolution in Arts of China and Japan Eligible lower division electives* Electives (21 credits)* ART 111, 121A, 122, 130, 131, 141, 161, Lower division eligible for transfer: ART 111, 112, 113, 115, 120, 132, 210, 211, 230, 231, 233 *Due to upper division credit requirement in major and for BA degree no more than two lower division electives is recommended at the lower division level. BA Art History Chapman University Course ART 100/100H ART 195 Visual Literacy ART 101 ART 260 Ancient to Medieval Art ART 102 ART 261 Renaissance to Modern Art ART 264 Art of India, Himalayas & SE Asia ART 265 Arts of China and Japan Approved studio courses: Two studio courses: ART 110 Foundation Course in Design ART 111 Foundation Course in Drawing ART 110, 111, 130, 131, 141, 161 ART 112 Foundation Course in Painting ART 113 Foundation Course in Sculpture ART 115 Foundation Course in Ceramics ART 210 Three Dimensional Design ART 211 Introduction to Life Drawing BFA Graphic Design Chapman University Course ART 110 ART 110 Foundation Course in Design ART 130 ART 111 Foundation Course is Drawing ART 132 Visualization Perspective and Rendering ART 100/100H ART 195 Visual Literacy ART 111 ART 210 Three Dimensional Design ART A + 192B ART 230 Introduction to Graphic Design** ART 121A ART 231 Typography** ART 233 Color ART ART 332 Graphic Design* One of the following: One of the following: ART 260 Ancient to Medieval Art ART 101, ART 102 ART 261 Renaissance to Modern Art ART 264 Art of India, Himalayas & SE Asia

11 Page 11 of 15 Other major applicable courses: ART 141, 131 *Lower division course substitutions do not apply towards upper division credits required for degree. **Grade of B or higher required. BFA Studio Art Chapman University Course ART 110 ART 110 Foundation Course in Design ART 100/100H ART 195 Visual Literacy Four of the following: Four of the following: ART 111 Foundation Course in Drawing ART 111, 130, 131, 141, 161 ART 112 Foundation Course in Painting ART 113 Foundation Course in Sculpture ART 115 Foundation Course in Ceramics ART 120 Foundation Course in Photography ART 210 Three Dimensional Design ART 211 Introduction to Life Drawing ART 233 Color One of the following: One of the following: ART 260 Ancient to Medieval Art ART 101, ART 102 ART 261 Renaissance to Modern Art ART 264 Art of India, Himalayas & SE Asia ART 265 Arts of China and Japan BA Dance, BFA Dance Performance Courses for these programs are reviewed for major applicability upon transfer by the department chair. No articulation information is available. BA Theater, BFA Theatre Performance Courses for these programs are reviewed for major applicability upon transfer by the department chair. No articulation information is available. School of Music BA Music, BM Composition, BM Performance, BM Music Pre-Certification, Music Education, BM Music Therapy Transfer students are required to take placement tests in theory, music history, piano and their principle performance area. Credit for music courses may be transferred from an accredited institution upon demonstration of competency. Recommended Core Theory Courses: ART 265 Arts of China and Japan Two of the following: ART 112 Foundation Course in Painting ART 120 Foundation Course in Photography ART 211 Introduction to Life Drawing Recommended theory and history courses: s offered at SCC. See Santa Ana College agreement Chapman University Course MUS 102 Compendium of Western Music MUS 133, 134, 135, 136 Music Theory I- II, Aural Skills I-II MUS 233, 234, 235, 236 Music Theory III-IV, Aural Skills III-IV Piano proficiency: All majors must pass a piano proficiency examination prior to the junior year. All

12 Page 12 of 15 or part of the four-credit piano requirement may be waived depending on demonstrated piano proficiency. Transfer students are recommended to begin applied piano courses prior to transfer. Large Ensemble: All music majors are required to participate in at least one large ensemble each semester while in full-time residence. Combined residency and transfer ensemble credits must equal at least 8 semester credits. Approved ensemble courses offered at Santiago Canyon College: MUS 135, 136, 137 GE Natural Science Inquiry: Music Education majors are required to complete PHYS 203 Acoustics of Music or an approved course in transfer. All other majors may satisfy the requirement by completing one of the approved Natural Science Inquiry courses listed in Section I. GE Language Study: The language study requirement is restricted to French, German or Italian. For music therapy majors or guitar performance majors, Spanish is acceptable. Voice and keyboard collaborative arts majors should have proficiency in French, German, or Italian, and knowledge of pronunciation of all three. For the vocal emphasis in the bachelor of music in performance, six semester hours must be selected from one or a combination of those languages, in addition to the language study component of the Chapman General Education requirements. This requirement cannot be waived. For the keyboard collaborative arts emphasis in performance, three semester hours must be selected from the following languages, in addition to the language study component of the Chapman General Education requirements. This requirement cannot be waived. French language courses: FREN 101, 102 FREN 201, 202 German language courses: Not offered at SCC Italian language courses: ITAL 101, 102 ITAL 201, 202 Spanish language courses: SPAN 101, 102 SPAN 201, 202 Chapman University Course FREN 101, 102 Elementary French I, II FREN 201, 202 Intermediate French I, II GER 101, 102 Elementary German I, II GER 201, 202 Intermediate German I, II ITAL 101, 102 Elementary Italian I, II ITAL 201, 202 Intermediate Italian I, II Music Therapy or Guitar Performance majors only SPAN 101, 102 Elementary Spanish I, II SPAN 201, 202 Intermediate Spanish I, II Additional recommendations by program or emphasis: BA Music: Individual instruction (instrument or voice) and piano BM Music Composition: Individual instruction (instrument or voice) and piano BM Music in Performance-Conducting Emphasis: Individual instruction (instrument or voice) and piano BM Music in Performance-Instrumental Emphasis: Individual instrumental instruction and piano BM Music in Performance Vocal Emphasis: Individual instruction voice and piano BM (Pre-Certification, Music Education) Instrumental Emphasis: Individual instruction in primary instrument and piano

13 Page 13 of 15 BM (Pre-Certification, Music Education) Vocal Emphasis: Individual instruction voice and piano BM Music Therapy: PSYC 100, Individual instruction piano and guitar [start of major prep section] [back to top] SECTION III: Course Equivalencies Chapman s transfer course database lists courses reviewed for transferability and is available for search through WebAdvisor. Two search options allow you to review transferability for current courses from Santiago Canyon College or view a list of all the approved equivalent courses for a specific Chapman course. WebAdvisor: Log on as a guest and select one of the two search options for Orange Campus Direct equivalencies are used for transfer courses that are equivalent to Chapman University courses and carry all of the same approvals for GE and major as the Chapman course. Other transfer equivalency codes are assigned to courses that do not equate to any Chapman course but may still be eligible for transfer and application towards degree requirements. If a course is determined non-transferable it is assigned the equivalency of TRAN-0TR Please note that some departments do not display equivalent courses because final transfer approval is pending audition, proficiency, or demonstrated knowledge for individual students prior to departmental approval of credit. [back to top] SECTION IV: Transfer Related Policies and Information General Transfer Policy 1. Only credit from regionally accredited institutions is evaluated for transferability. 2. Credit is given for baccalaureate courses in which a minimum grade of C- has been earned. CSU transferability does not guarantee transfer to Chapman. 3. Preparatory level, technical, vocational, professional, work experience and co-op credits are not accepted even if accepted as baccalaureate degree applicable at the home institution. 4. No internship credit is accepted in transfer unless by articulation agreement. 5. Independent study credit in transfer is not accepted. Submission of materials detailing the content studied may be submitted for credit consideration. CSU/IGETC Certification Full CSU or IGETC certification completed prior to matriculation satisfies the following GE requirements: All Shared Inquiry (Artistic, Quantitative, Natural Science, Social, Values/Ethical, Written. Global Study and Citizenship/Community Service of the Global Citizen Cluster Remaining GE requirements are eligible to be met by coursework included within certification or completed additionally include: Foreign Language (200 level or higher) Inter/Multidisciplinary Study (lower division credit only, must be directly equivalent to CU course) Additional Transfer Policy 1. A minimum grade of C- is required for all transfer credit. Courses not meeting the minimum

14 Page 14 of 15 grade are calculated into the overall GPA. 2. A maximum of 70 semester credits of community college credit will be applied toward the bachelor s degree. Students may meet course requirements with credits beyond the 70 but the credits will not apply towards overall credits earned towards the degree. Credit is counted in GPA. 3. Chapman students may complete transfer credit concurrently but cannot exceed the course load policy as stated in the catalog. 4. A maximum of 32 credits may be earned through credit by exam 5. A maximum of 4 credits in physical activity courses and 12 credits in applied dramatic art and music ensembles will be counted towards the baccalaureate degree. 6. All attempted transferable credit leading up to the completion of the degree must be reported and are calculated into the overall GPA. 7. Students may complete GE requirements with Pass (P) grade. See department information in the Chapman Catalog regarding grading options for courses in the major. 8. Repeats: If a course is taken and repeated in transfer the higher grade and credit applies. If a course is taken in transfer and repeated at Chapman or vice versa both grades are calculated into GPA. Credit for only one course is applied to record. 9. Incompletes: Grades in progress or incomplete at the time of transfer are noted on the transfer record and should be resolved as early as possible. Credit by Exam Advanced Placement Credit is awarded for approved AP exams that meet the minimum score requirements. Students must submit an official AP score report to Chapman University for credit consideration. International Baccalaureate Credit is awarded for approved IB exams that meet the minimum score and diploma requirements. Students must submit an official IB score report or diploma transcript to Chapman University for credit consideration. Graduation Requirements A minimum of 124 credits in addition to any necessary preparatory skill credits. 42 credits earned in upper-division coursework. A minimum of 38 credits completed in residence at Chapman; 21 of which must be upper division, with 15 of those 21 credits in the student's major (military students contact the Office of the Registrar). 2.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale at Chapman and a 2.0 GPA for all work leading to the degree, including transfer work. 2.0 GPA for all major course work and all upper-division major coursework. Resolution of all NR and I grades. Students completing a Bachelor of Arts degree must have a minimum of 62 credits outside of the discipline of the major. [back to top] SECTION V: Admission Information for Transfer Students As a transfer student, you are considered for admission on the basis of coursework and grade point average at other accredited post-secondary institutions. When planning coursework for transfer, you should concentrate on UC/CSU transferable courses that build on your high school record, satisfy general education and competency requirements and include preparation for the major.

15 Page 15 of 15 Close attention is paid to college-level writing courses in the admission review process, as well as to minimum math preparation and foreign language proficiency. Trends in grades and patterns of college attendance are considered. Our most successful transfer applicants have earned a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 or higher. Candidates must be in good standing and must be eligible to continue in the institution they are currently attending. Some majors, particularly those in the Dodge College, Athletic Training and Business Administration may require stronger records than the minimum 2.75 cumulative average generally required for admission consideration. Likewise, certain majors require that some prerequisite courses be completed prior to transferring. Our review process is selective and personal. We understand that transfer students come from a wide range of backgrounds. For more information visit us online. [back to top]

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