ELMIRA COLLEGE-CORNING COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT February 2016 General Policies

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1 ELMIRA COLLEGE-CORNING COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARTICULATION AGREEMENT February 2016 General Policies A. Elmira College accepts a maximum of sixty-eight semester hours of credit from two- year colleges.* B. Associate in Arts and Associate in Sciences Degrees: 1.) Students who have received Associate in Arts and Associate in Sciences degrees from Corning Community College will be admitted to Elmira College as Juniors, if they have at least 54 college transfer credits. 2.) Recipients of these college transfer degrees will receive credit for grades of "D", provided that; (1) the student has earned a cumulative grade point average of or higher, (2) the courses in which the grades were earned are applicable to the degree, (3) Corning Community College recognizes the course as a college transfer course, and (4) Elmira College recognizes the course as a college transfer course (see the Elmira College Bulletin) Any course that is included in the credits required for an Associate in Arts or Associate in Science Degree is recognized by Corning Community College as a college transfer course" and will be so recognized by Elmira College. 3.) a. Students who have completed the Associate in Arts or the Associate in Sciences degree are exempt from FYS 1010, First-Year Seminar. b. For courses that fulfill the Elmira College General Degree Requirements, see the course listing in Part C below. 4.) Recipients of these degrees will have completed the Elmira College Communication Skills Program requirement. They will also have fulfilled the Physical Education requirement. Careful selection of electives should permit the completion of most of the other General Degree Requirements. Courses are listed below which meet specific parts of the General Degree Requirements. C. Associate in Applied Science Degrees: Although many courses may transfer, as listed in Section II, these degrees are not designed for transfer. Elmira College recognizes this distinction between degrees, programs and courses leading directly to careers and those that are applicable to baccalaureate degrees. With a little careful planning, a student may select courses that meet many of the general education and major requirements of Elmira College, as well as Corning Community College's requirements for the occupational degree. The specific course equivalents and major requirements are provided in Parts II and III, below, but the following guidelines may be useful to Corning Community College students who are considering transferring to Elmira College: * Corning Community College Nursing graduates will be allowed to transfer up to 80 credits 1 P age

2 ELMIRA COLLEGE ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP Elmira College Scholarships and Grants For Corning Community College Graduates Students transferring to Elmira College are automatically reviewed for one of the College s merit based scholarships ranging from $16,000 to $26,000 per year, renewable at that level throughout each year of continued full-time study for the number of terms normally required to earn the baccalaureate degree. The Office of Admissions will award the scholarship at the time of acceptance based upon the student s cumulative achievement in collegiate coursework. No separate scholarship application is required. Honor Scholarships* Presidential Honor Scholarship Value: $26,000 per year Trustee Honor Scholarship Value: $23,000 per year Founder Honor Scholarship Value: $21,000 per year Mark Twain Honor Scholarship Value: $16,000 per year *Scholarship values are for students beginning in the Fall of Values may change over time. 2 P age

3 GENERAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS A. Communications Skills Program (6 credits) Corning students with A. A., A. S. or A.A.S. degrees will have completed this requirement. Corning students who complete ENGL 1010 and ENGL 1020 (College Composition I and II) will meet this requirement. If only one course has been completed, the student will be required to take the other Writing course at Elmira College. B. "W" Course (3 credits) Every student must complete, with a passing grade, a course at Elmira College from an approved list of "W" courses. This will be an upper-level course, taken at Elmira College, in the student's major with a special emphasis on written communication. C. Mathematical Competency and Quantitative Reasoning Mathematical Competency (0-5 credits) Completion (with a passing grade) of any of the following courses will satisfy this requirement: MATH 1215, MATH 1225, MATH 1411, MATH 1412, MATH 1413, MATH 1510, MATH 1520, MATH 1610, or MATH 1620, MATH 2610, MATH Quantitative Reasoning Requirement (3-6 credits) The Quantitative Reasoning or (QR) requirement will expose students to developing strategies and solving problems in a structured, logical and analytical way. Students will also have the opportunity to apply these strategies to specific questions in specific disciplines. Students will take one course (usually 3 or 4 credits) beyond Mathematical Competency. Courses satisfying Quantitative Reasoning contain a significant quantitative component. These courses may come from a variety of disciplines including but not limited to Mathematics. [See Appendix A] D. First-Year Seminar (3 credits) Full-time students who transfer less than 21 credits must complete FYS 1010, First Year Seminar at Elmira College. E. The Pillars and World Engagement (27-36 credits) The Pillars and World Engagement requirements provide students with the intellectual breadth in the liberal arts and sciences necessary to be a broadly educated and globally aware citizen. Courses taken as part of a major or concentration will qualify for The Pillars. No more than 3 credit hours from the same field code may be applied unless that field code is for a language other than English. 3 P age

4 Pillars: Fine Arts 6 credits (ARTS, MCOM2700&2710, MUSC, THEA) Humanities and Languages 9 credits (ARAB, ENGL, FREN, GERM, GREK, HIST, HUMA, ITAL, LATN, PHIL, RUSS, SIGN, SPAN, SPCH) Social Sciences 6 credits (ANTH, CRJ, ECON, GEOG, GOVT, PSYC, SOCI) Mathematics and Natural Sciences 6 credits (ASTR, BIOL, CHEM, ERTH, GEO, MAT, NSC, PHY) World Engagement: Non-Western Perspectives (NWP) 3 credits [See Appendix B] Global (GLP) 3 credits [See Appendix B] Western Perspectives (WEP) 3 credits [See Appendix B] F. Physical Education and Wellness (2 activities or at least 2 credits) Recipients of the Corning Community College Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree have fulfilled this requirement. Other transfer students should refer to the list of specific Corning Community College courses, which can be used to fulfill this requirement. They are found in the Physical Education and Recreation sections in the equivalent course lists in this agreement. Refer to the Elmira College Bulletin for alternative ways to fulfill this requirement. Elmira College requires all full-time undergraduate students to complete this requirement. G. Career-Related Internship (0 credit) The career-related internship provides an opportunity for students to explore work experience related to the major or to potential career goals. Career-related internships may be completed any time after the sophomore year and do not receive academic credit, unless offered for credit by the student s major. No essay is required. Elmira College requires all full-time undergraduate students to complete this requirement. There are multiple ways to complete the Career-Related Internship requirement: 1. Work for a minimum of 80 hours in a pre-career or major-related environment. This work may be paid or unpaid, but must be career or major-related. Students may work with the Office of Career Services or on their own to find an appropriate career or major-related internship. 2. Students must complete the major specific internship if it is required by the major. Students who are completing a major that offers an internship for credit may complete their internship according to the guidelines of the major. The number of hours required for the internship may vary from major to major. 3. Pre-Graduate School Internship. Students who plan to go on to graduate school may work with a faculty member to write an original thesis, or produce an original body of work appropriate for their field of study. This option will require students to register for 6 credit hours. The thesis or work should result in a significant and appropriate contribution of new ideas to the field. Upon completion, students will do an oral presentation of their work to the campus community. 4 P age

5 The Career-Related Internship is administered by the Office of Career Services. Additional information is available from the Director of Career Services. The following Corning Community College courses may meet the Elmira College Career-Related Internship Requirement. Students must demonstrate proof of work hours completed. AUTO 2140 Automotive Practicum BUOT 2960 Office Technology Practicum BUSN 2960 Field Experience BUSN 2970 Business Management Internship CHTK 2960 Chemical Tech Work Internship CRJ 2960 Criminal Justice Practicum ECED 2960 Field Experience Early Childhood EDUC 1960 Fieldwork and Seminar in Education HOSP 2960 Hospitality Practicum HUSR Human Services Practicum I&II INTD Field Experience ITRN Internship MACH 2350 Machine Tool Co-op MCOM Radio/TV Internship MCOM Journalism/Technical Writing, Public Relations Internship MGMT 2960 Managerial Field Experience NURS1100, 1500, 2100, 2500 Nursing I-IV H. Community Service Requirement (0 credit) Beginning with the Class of 2017, all full-time undergraduate students are required to complete a 60 hour non-credit community service experience with a local non-profit organization before the end of their sophomore year at Elmira College. No essay is required to complete this requirement. A list of non-profits in Elmira is available from the Office of Career Services. The Office is considering eliminating the waiver option for all students, including those currently enrolled, beginning in the Fall of Additional information is available in the Office of Career Services. The following Corning Community College course may meet the Elmira College Career- Related Internship Requirement. Students must demonstrate proof of work hours completed. INTD 1000 Service Learning* *Service Learning may be taken for 3 credit hours. 3 credit hours = 60 hours of community service; partial credit may be applied. 5 P age

6 EQUIVALENT COURSES Accounting This part of the articulation agreement lists, by academic discipline, those courses offered by Corning Community College which may be applied toward the baccalaureate degrees (A.B. and S.B.) at Elmira College. Corning Community College courses which do not have specific equivalents at Elmira College, but which are accepted toward an Elmira College degree are listed below as follows: Major Electives are courses counting toward the total number of credits in a major but not specifically required for the major. General Electives are courses counting toward the total of 120 credits needed for graduation but not counting toward any major or general degree requirement. Corning Community College courses which are not listed below may still be included in the 60 to 68 credits accepted for transfer, even if they do not meet any of the Major, Minor, or General Degree requirements at Elmira College; however, all courses accepted in transfer must be of a generally similar nature, content, and level to Elmira College courses (and must not be remedial or narrowly vocational). The Elmira College equivalents of the following 4 credit courses carry only 3 credits each; therefore, only 3 credits of any one course may be applied toward the major requirements in Accounting or Business Administration. (VERY IMPORTANT: See also the special state regulations governing the Accounting major, which are set forth in Part III, Special Major Requirements.) ACCT 1030 Financial Accounting ACCT 1040 Managerial Accounting ACCT 2030 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 2040 Intermediate Accounting II ACCT 2050 Cost Accounting ACC 2010 Financial Accounting ACC 2021 Managerial Accounting ACC 3540 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 3541 Intermediate Accounting II ACC 3610 Cost Accounting General Electives: ACCT 2090, ACCT 2100, and ACCT 2120 (These courses cannot be used to fulfill requirements or as electives in the Accounting major. They can be used as general electives toward the 120 credits needed for graduation.) Anthropology ANTH 2120 Cultural Anthropology ANT 1040 Cultural Anthropology Arabic ARAB 1010 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic Conversation & Structure I ARAB 1020 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic Conversation & Structure II ARA 1010 First Year Arabic I ARA 1020 First Year Arabic II 6 P age

7 Art ARTS 1030 Drawing I ARTS 1210 Ceramics I ARTS 1220 Basic Black & White Photography ARTS 1310 Art History: Pre-historic to Medieval ARTS 1320 Art History: Renaissance to Modern ARTS 1400 Introduction to Digital Art ARTS 1410 Two-Dimensional Design ARTS 1420 Three-Dimensional Design ARTS 1440 Intro to Graphic Design ARTS 2030 Drawing II ARTS 2110 Painting I ARTS 2120 Painting II ARTS 2210 Ceramics II ART 1210 Drawing I ART 1370 Ceramics I ART 1250 Photography I ART 2100 Intro to Art Hist: Prehistoric to Gothic ART2101Intro to Art Hist: Renaissance to Modern ART 1280 Computer Imaging & Graphic Design ART 1200 Two Dimensional Design ART 1300 Three-Dimensional Design ART 1280 Computer Imaging and Graphic Design ART 2210 Drawing II ART 1220 Painting I ART 2220 Painting II ART 2370 Ceramics II General Electives: ARTS 1450, ARTS 1500, ARTS 2220, ARTS 2540, ARTS 2550, ARTS 2620, and ARTS 2990 Astronomy ASTR 1010 Elements of Astronomy AST 1010 Intro to Desc. Astronomy General Electives: ASTR 1020 and ASTR 1030 Biology BIOL 1010 Introduction to Biology - Plants or BIOL 1020 Introduction to Biology - Animals BIOL 1050 Introduction to Human Biology BIOL 1210 Principles of Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 1220 Principles of Anatomy & Physiology II BIOL 1510 General Biology I BIOL 1520 General Biology II BIOL 2010 Microbiology BIOL 2020 Anatomy & Physiology I BIOL 2030 Anatomy & Physiology II BIO 1010 The Biological World BIO 1071 Human Biology BIO 1210 Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 1211 Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 1020 Biological Concepts I BIO 1022 Biological Concepts II BIO 1110 Intro to Microbiology BIO 1210 Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 1211 Anatomy and Physiology II General Electives: BIOL 1030, BIOL 1500, BIOL 1550, BIOL 1560, BIOL 2040, BIOL 2050, BIOL 2060, and BIOL P age

8 Business BUSN 1021 New Venture Creation BUSN 1040 Principles of Business BUSN 1230 Personal Law BUSN 1231Business Law I BUSN 1232 Business law II BUSN 2020 Personal Finance BUSN 2035 Prin. of Finance BUSN 2040 Prin. of Investment BUSN 2053 Bus. Stats and Data Analysis MGT 3020 Entrepreneurship BUS 1000 Intro to Business BUS 1950 Selected Legal Topics in Personal Household and Family Law MGT 2010 Business Law I MGT 2020 Business Law II BUS 1900 Consumer Economics and Personal Finance FIN 3010 Corporation Finance FIN 1900 Intro to Finance MAT 2090 Statistical Methods General Electives: BUSN 1030 and BUSN 2002 Chemistry CHEM 1010 Chemical Principles CHEM 1510 General Chemistry I CHEM 1520 General Chemistry II CHEM 1510 General Chemistry I CHEM 1520 General Chemistry II CHEM Organic Chemistry I CHEM 2020 Organic Chemistry II CHEM 2031 and 2032 Quantitative Analysis Theory - Lab CHEM 2041 and 2042 Instrumental Analysis Theory - Lab CHE 1800 The World of Chemistry CHE 1510 Basic Chemical Principles I CHE 1511 Basic Chemical Principles II CHE 1505 General Chemistry I CHE 1515 General Chemistry II CHE 2010 Organic Chemistry I CHE 2020 Organic Chemistry II Major elective CHE 3140 Analytical Chemistry General Electives: CHEM 1020 and CHEM 1030 Chinese CHIN 1010 Beginning Chinese I CHIN 1020 Beginning Chinese II CHIN 2010 Intermediate Chinese I CHIN 2020 Intermediate Chinese II CHI 1010 First Year Chinese I CHI 1010 First Year Chinese II CHI 2010 Second Year Chinese I CHI 2020 Second Year Chinese II Criminal Justice CRJ 1010 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 2010 Criminal Investigation I CRJ 1010 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 3110 Criminal Investigation General Electives: CRJ 1020, CRJ 1030, CRJ 1040, CRJ 1050, CRJ 2020, CRJ 2030, CRJ 2040, CRJ 2050, and CRJ P age

9 Computer Science CSCS 2320 Data Structures & File Concepts CSCS 2330 Discrete Structures CSCS 2420 Java Programming CSCS 2430 Digital Logic and CSCS 2650 Computer Organization CSCS 2700 Data Communications CSNT 1200 Network Fundamentals CSNT 1400 LAN-WAN Networking (any two of the three above) CSIT 2400 Database System CSIT 2310 Structured Systems Analysis & Design and CSIT 2390 Advanced Systems Analysis MIS 2200 Data Structures MAT 2100 Discrete Mathematics MIS 1050 Intro to Computer Programming MIS 2000 Computer System Organization MIS 3400 Data Communicating and Networks MIS 3300 Database Systems MIS 4020 Systems Design and Development NOTE: MIS 3010, Introduction to MIS, is a Business core requirement; however, those specializing in MIS have this requirement waived by passing MIS 3300 and MIS General Electives: CSCS 1240 and CSCS 2460 Early Childhood General Electives: ECED 1110, ECED 1120, ECED 1130, ECED 1140, ECED 1150, ECED 1503, and ECED 1524 Economics ECON 2001 Prin. of Econ. (Macro) ECON 2002 Prin. of Econ. (Micro) ECO 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2010 Principles of Microeconomics General Elective: ECON 1000 Education EDUC 1010 Foundations of Education EDUC 1560 Special Education & the Inclusive Classroom EDUC 1960 Fieldwork & Seminar in Education EDUC 2040 Teaching in the Diverse Classroom EDUC 2050 Schools and Society EDU 1010 Foundations of Education EDU 2020 Teaching Students with Disabilities in the Inclusive Classroom EDU 1920 Introductory Fieldwork and Seminar in Education Elective Elective Engineering General Elective: ENGR P age

10 English ENGL 1010 College Composition I OR ENGL 1510 Honors College Composition I WRT 1010 College Composition I ENGL 1020 College Composition II OR ENGL 1520 Honors College Composition II WRT 1020 College Composition II ENGL 2010 Amer. Literature I ENG 2042 American Literature: Beginnings to the Civil War ENGL 2020 Amer. Literature II ENG 2043 American Literature: Civil War to 1960 ENGL 2040 Fantasy and Science Fiction Major Elective (2000 level) ENGL 2160 The Short Story ENG 2003 Literary Genres: Studies in Short Fiction ENGL 2170 Modern Drama ENG 2170 Intro to Drama ENGL 2180 Modern Novel Major Elective (2000 level) ENGL 2310 English Literature I ENG 2020 Major English Authors I: Medieval & Renaissance ENGL 2320 English Literature II ENG 2021 Major English Authors II: Neoclassical & Romantic ENGL 2330 Shakespeare ENG 2250 Shakespeare ENGL 2410 World Literature I Major Elective (2000 level) ENGL 2420 World Literature II Major Elective (2000 level) ENGL 2480 Creative Writing-Fiction & Drama ENG 2010 The Craft of Writing Fiction ENGL 2490 Creative Writing-Poetry ENG 2015 The Craft of Writing Poetry ENGL Film: An Introduction FAR 2610 Suspense Films or FAR 2611 Great Film Directors or FAR 2612 Great Film Performers or FAR 2613 Classic Horror Films General Electives: ENGL1501, ENGL1502, ENGL 2030, ENGL 2090, ENGL 2190, ENGL 2220, ENGL and ENGL 2800 Earth Science General Elective: ERTH 1010 Earth Science French FREN 1010 Elem. French Conversation FREN 1020 Elem. French Conversation & Structure II FREN 2010 Intermediate French FREN 2020 Composition and Conversation FREN 2310 A Brief Intro to Literature FRE 1010 First -Year French I FRE 1020 First -Year French II FRE 2010 Second-Year French I FRE 2020 Second-Year French II Major Elective (2000 level) General Electives: FREN 2070, FREN, 2080, FREN 2130, and FREN P age

11 Geography General Elective: GEOG1010, GEOG 1210 Geology GEOG 1510 Physical Geology GEO 1010 Physical Geology General Electives: GEOL 1010, GEOL 1520, and GEOL 1530 German GERM 1010 Elem. German Conversation and Structure I GERM 1020 Elem. German Conversation and Structure II GERM 2010 Intermediate German GERM 2020 Composition and Conversation GERM 2310 A Brief Intro to German Literature GER 1010 First-Year German I GER 1020 First-Year German II GER 2010 Second-Year German I GER 2020 Second-Year German II Major Elective (2000 level) General Electives: GERM 2070, GERM 2080, GERM 2130, and GERM 2140 Government GOVT 1010 Amer. Federal Government PSC 1040 American Government & Politics GOVT 1020 State and Local Government PSC 2020 State and Local Government & Politics GOVT 2010 Introduction to Political Science PSC 2030 Comparative Politics European GOVT 2040 The Constitution, Law, and PSC 3040 Law & the Courts in Amer. the Courts Politics General Elective: GOVT 2030 Greek GREK 1010 Elem. Classical Greek I GREK 1020 Elem. Classical Greek II GRK 1010 Introductory Greek I GRK 1020 Introductory Greek II History HIST 1010 Hist. of Western Civilization I HIS 1500 European History I HIST 1020 Hist. of Western Civilization II HIS 1501 European History II HIST 1110 American History I HIS 1400 United States History I HIST 1120 American History II HIS 1401 United States History II HIST 2050 History of England: Prehistory to 1700 HIS 2503 History of England to 1688 HIST 2060 History of England: 1700 present HIS 2504 History of England Since P age

12 General Electives: HIST 1050, HIST 1140, HIST 2040, HIST 2090, HIST 2110, HIST 2111, HIST 2120, HIST 2180, HIST 2320, and HIST 2410 Health Education HLTH 1010 Basic Life Support for the The Professional Rescuer HLTH 1202 Perspectives of Drugs HLTH 1206 Issues in Women s Health PED 1112 CPR, First Aid, and Professional Rescuer HMS 2010 Chem. Dependency: Treatment and Rehabilitation WMS 1200 Women s Health General Electives: HLTH 1001, HLTH 1100, HLTH 1200, HLTH 1201, HLTH 1202, HLTH 1203, HLTH 1204, HLTH 1205, HLTH 1207, HLTH 1510 Honors The Registrar and appropriate faculty will evaluate projects on an individual basis for credit. Humanities HUMA 2030 General Linguistics LAL 3220 Intro to Linguistics (English) General Electives: HUMA1010, HUMA 1020, HUMA 2010, HUMA 2060, HUMA2070, and HUMA 2200 Human Services HUSR 1000 Achievement Motivation HUSR 1010 Human Services I HUSR 1030 Intro to Helping Skills and Pre-Practicum HUSR 1040 Human Services II HUSR 1070 Death and Dying HUSR 1110 Alcoholism Counseling Credentialing Process & Overview HUSR 1211 Managing Disruptive Behavior HUSR 1221 Therapeutic Crisis Intervention HUSR 1510 Group Dynamics HUSR 1520 Intro to Differing Abilities HUSR 1530 Aging in the 21 st Century HUSR 1540 The Developmentally Disabled Adult HUSR 1581 and1582 Working w/abused Clients, Perpetrators and Survivors I & II HUSR 1590 Working with Children and Youth At Risk HUSR 2010 Substance Abuse Counseling Possible major elective* HMS 1000 Human Services in Contemporary America HMS/PSY 3300 Basic Counseling Techniques Possible major elective* HMS 2025 Death & Dying Possible major elective* Possible major elective* Possible major elective* Possible major elective* HMS 1900 Perspectives on Mental Retardation & Related Disorders Possible major elective* HMS 1900 Perspectives on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities HMS 1905 Abuse in America HMS 3025 Services for Children and Youth HMS 2010 Chemical Dependency: Treatment & Rehabilitation 12 P age

13 HUSR 2960 Human Services Practicum I HUSR 2961 Human Services Practicum II HMS 2515 Practicum in Human Services HMS 2515 Practicum in Human Services *This depends on the specialization within the major. Consult with an Elmira College Human Services faculty member General Elective: HUSR 1620 Interdisciplinary* General Elective: INDI 1000 Service Learning *see Office of Career Services to determine credit for Elmira College s Community Service requirement Internship* Italian General Electives: ITRN 1960, ITRN 1961, ITRN 1962, and ITRN 1963 *see Office of Career Services to determine credit for Elmira College s Internship requirement ITAL 1010 Elementary Italian Conversation & Structure II ITAL 1020 Elementary Italian Conversation & Structure II ITAL 1030 Intermediate Italian ITA 1010 First Year Italian I ITA 1020 First Year Italian II ITA 201 Second Year Italian I Latin LATN 1010 Elem. Latin I LATN 1020 Elem. Latin II LAT 1010 Intro Latin I LAT 1020 Intro Latin II Learning Skills General Electives: LEAR 1000, LEAR 1010, and LEAR 1030 ( Note: LEAR 1030 cannot be accepted for credit if either LEAR 1010 or LEAR 1020 have been accepted.) Mathematics MATH 1130 Math for Elementary Teachers I MAT 2005 Math for Elementary Teachers I: Number Systems MATH 1140 Math for Elementary Teachers II MAT 2006 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II: Geometry & Measurement MATH 1310 Elementary Statistics MAT 2090 Statistical Methods MATH 1411 Elementary Functions I MAT 1030 College Algebra MATH 1412 Elementary Functions II MAT 1090 Precalculus MATH 1413 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MAT 1090 Precalculus 13 P age

14 MATH 1610 Calculus I MATH 1620 Calculus II MATH 2330 Discrete Structures MATH 2610 Calculus III MATH 2620 Ordinary Differential Equations MAT 2010 Calculus I MAT 2020 Calculus II MAT 2100 Discrete Mathematics MAT 3010 Calculus III MAT 3020 Ordinary Differential Equations General Electives: MATH 1015*, MATH 1110, MATH 1120, MATH 1215*, MATH 1225*, MATH 1510, MATH 1520, MATH 2410, MATH 2560 * MATH 1015, MATH 1215 and MATH Transfer credit is awarded for these courses although there are no equivalent courses at Elmira College. Successful completion of MATH 1210, MATH 1215, MATH 1220 or MATH 1225 fulfills the Mathematics Competency requirement in the General Degree Requirements at Elmira College. MATH 1015 does not fulfill this requirement but is accepted for credit. Because many Elmira College majors require at least one Statistics course, a sequence at Corning Community College such as MATH 1215-MATH 1225 plus either MATH 1310 at Corning Community College or MAT 2090 at Elmira College is highly recommended. Media Communications General Electives: MCOM 2160, MCOM 2700, and MCOM 2710 Management MGMT 2041 Principles of Management MGMT 2042 Small Bus. Management MGMT 2046 Strategies for Women in Mgmt. MGMT 2047 Human Resources Management MGMT 2070 Quantitative Aids to Management MGT 2240 Principles of Management MKT 1901 Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurship MGT 2025 Women in Management MGT 3720 Human Resource Management MGT 3410 Operations Planning & Control General Electives: MGMT 2010 and MGMT 2045 Marketing MKTG 2050 Principles of Marketing MKT 2250 Marketing Music General Elective: MKTG 1051 Major Electives: MKTG 2057 and MKTG 2058 (these courses can be counted as 3-credit electives toward the Marketing Specialization) MUSC 1110 Music Theory I MUSC 1120 Intro to Harmony MUSC 1230 Hist. & Appreciation of Music I MUSC 1240 Hist. & Appreciation of Music I MUS 1920 Fundamentals of Music MUS 1120 Music Theory II MUS 2010 History & Literature: Ancient to Classical MUS 2020 History & Literature: 14 P age

15 MUSC 1311 Instrumental Performing Ensemble MUSC 1321 Class Piano I MUSC 1325 Class Guitar I MUSC 1412 Select Vocal Ensemble MUSC 2321 Class Piano II MUSC 2325 Class Guitar II MUSC Private Music Lessons MUSC 2821 Individual Study: Voice Classical to Modern MUS1015 Instrumental Ensemble MUS 1011 Class Piano Lessons I MUS 1003 Private Guitar MUS 1017 Chamber Singers MUS 1025 Class Piano Lessons II MUS 1003 Beginning Private Guitar Equivalent private lessons MUS 1020 Beginning Private Voice General electives: MUSC 1130, MUSC 1411, MUSC 1421, and MUSC 2421 Nursing NURS 1100 Nursing I NURS 1500 Nursing II NSG 2510 Fundamentals of Nursing Care I NSG 2520 Fundamentals of Nursing Care II Upon successful completion of NURS 2100 and NURS 2500 graduates will receive credit for NSG 3110, NSG 3111, NSG3112, NSG 3900, NSG Successful completion of SCIN 1010 and SCIN 1020 fulfills CHE 1010 Introductory Chemistry, BIO 1110 Microbiology, BIO 1210 and BIO 1211 Anatomy and Physiology I and II for the Nursing Major. NURS 2000 can transfer in as elective credit. NOTE: This agreement applies only to individuals who have earned the AAS in Nursing. Health, Physical Education, Recreation Development PEPD 1201 Philosophy, Prin. and Organization of Coaching PED 3115 Theory & Techniques of Coaching General Electives: PEPD 1000, PEPD 1200, and PEPD 1202 Physical Education Corning Community College courses with similar or identical titles to those at Elmira College are considered equivalent. Transfer credit is not granted for intercollegiate sports, for example PFIT 1500 through PFIT 1623 although they may be used to waive a physical education activity. Courses which can be counted toward fulfillment of the Physical Education requirement are: PFIT 1000, PFIT 1001, PFIT 1002, PFIT 1003, PFIT 1004, PFIT 1005, PFIT 1006, PFIT 1007, PFIT 1009, PFIT 1010, PFIT 1011, PFIT 1012, PFIT 1013, PFIT1014, PFIT 1015, PFIT 1016, PFIT 1017, PFIT 1019, PFIT 1020, PFIT 1021, PFIT 1023, PFIT 1050, PFIT 2000, PFIT 2002, PFIT 2013, and PFIT 2014 RECC 1000 Intro to Yoga 15 P age

16 Philosophy PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 1050 Introduction to Logic PHIL 2010 Introduction to Ethics PHIL 2250 Health Care Ethics PHIL 2310 Philosophy of Religion OR PHIL 2330 Honors Philosophy of Religion PHIL 2320 World Religions PHIL 2500 Business Ethics Major elective at the 1000-level PHR 1005 Logic PHR 1006 Ethics HLS 2030 Health Care Ethics PHR 3050 Philosophy of Religion Major elective at the 1000-level PHR 2900 Business & Society: Does The Corporation Have a Conscience? General Electives: PHIL1001, PHIL 1100, PHIL1230, PHIL 1300, PHIL 2050, PHIL 2070, PHIL 2200, PHIL 2360, and PHIL 2420 Physics PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics PHYS 1820 Physics I PHYS 2830 Physics II PHY 1030 The World of Physics PHY 2000 Principles of Physics I PHY 2010 Principles of Physics II General Electives: PHYS 1580, PHYS 1730, PHYS 1740, PHYS 2090, PHYS 2100, and PHYS 2840 Psychology PSYC 1101 Introduction to Psychological Science OR PSYC 1620 Honors General Psychology PSYC 2201 Social Psychology PSYC 2206 Research Methods in the Social Sciences PSYC 2207 Child Psychology or PSYC 2208 Adolescent Psychology PSYC 2209 Psych of Adult Development PSYC 2214 Health Psychology PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology PSY 3010 Social Psychology SSC 2502 Evaluating Social Science Research PSY 2060 Child & Adolescent Psychology PSY 3000 Adult Development and Aging PSY 2800 Health Psychology General Electives: PSYC 2030, PSYC 2212, PSYC 2215, and PSYC 2221 Recreation These courses may be used toward fulfillment of the Physical Education requirement: RECC 1000, RECC 1003, RECC 1004, RECC 1005, RECC 1006, RECC 1007, RECC 1010, RECC 1011, RECC 1012, RECC 1013, RECC 1014, RECC 1015, RECC 1018, RECC 1019, RECC 1021, RECC 2000, and RECC 2013 Russian General Electives: RUSS 1010, RUSS 1020, and RUSS P age

17 Science Upon successful completion of SCIN 1010 and SCIN 1020 fulfills CHE 1010 Introductory Chemistry, BIO 1110 Microbiology, BIO 1210 A&P I and BIO 1211 A&P II for the Nursing Major General Electives: SCIN 1030, SCIN 1040, SCIN 1110, and SCIN 1120 Sign Language SIGN 1010 American Sign Language I SIGN 1020 American Sign Language II SIGN 2010 American Sign Language III ASL 1010 American Sign Language I ASL 1020 American Sign Language II ASL 2010 American Sign Language III General Elective: SIGN 2020 Sociology SOCI 1010 Introduction to Sociology SOCI 2000 Social Problems SOCI 2030 The Family SOCI 2060 Research Methods in Social Sciences SOCI 2210 Diversity in the United States SOCI 2310 Sociology of Crime and Delinquency SOC 1010 Introduction to Sociology SOC 1021 Social Problems SOC 2620 The Family SSC 2502 Evaluating Social Science Research SOC 2003 American Minorities SOC/CRJ 3200 Juv. Delinquency & Juv. Justice. Spanish SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish Conversation and Structure I SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish Conversation and Structure II SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish SPAN 2180 Composition and Conversation SPAN 2310 Brief Intro Spanish Literature SPA 1010 First Year Spanish I SPA 1020 First Year Spanish II SPA 2010 Second Year Spanish I SPA 2020 Second Year Spanish II major elective at 2000-level General Electives: SPAN 1050, SPAN 2070, SPAN 2080, SPAN 2130, and SPAN 2140 Speech SPCH 1060 Interpersonal Communication (Individual) OR SPCH 2210 Interpersonal Communication (Group) SPCH 1080 Public Speaking SPC 2010 Interpersonal Communication SPC 2020 Public Speaking General Electives: SPCH 1110 and SPCH P age

18 Theatre THEA 1010 Introduction to Theatre THEA 1020 Introduction to Acting THEA 1030 Introduction to Technical Theatre THE 1010 Introduction to Theatre THE 2013 Acting I THE 1012 Play Production General Electives: THEA 1100, 1101, 1110, 1111, 2100, 2102, 2110, and 2112 (a maximum of 2 credit hours may be transferred for these courses) Wellness General Electives: WELL 1200 and WELL P age

19 SPECIAL MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Equivalent General Education and Major Requirements for most Elmira College Degrees may be determined by consulting the list of courses in Part II of this agreement. However, certain majors have special requirements, which are set forth here. In this section, the terms and conditions involved in completing these majors are presented in the context of the Corning Community College Curricula, so that Corning students, who may consider transfer to Elmira College, may plan their programs more effectively. Accounting Elmira College's S.B. Degree in Accounting is registered by the New York State Education Department as qualifying for the CPA Licensure. Elmira College must meet the standards established by the State Board of Accountancy. For that reason, the S.B. Degree in Accounting is a highly structured major with very specific requirements. Students must complete 27 credits in Accounting, 33 credits in Business and related courses, and 60 college transfer credits in the "Liberal Arts and Sciences". To meet these standards, Elmira College limits to 12 the number of credits in Accounting, which may be transferred: ACCT 1030 (3 credits only) Acct. Prin. I ACCT 1040 (3 credits only) Acct. Prin. II ACCT 2030 (3 credits only) Inter. Acct. I either ACCT 2040 (3 credits only) Inter. Acct. II or ACCT 2050 (3 credits only) Cost Accounting ACC 2010 Prin. of Acct. I ACC 2020 Prin. of Acct. II ACC 3540 Intermediate Acct. I ACC 3541 Intermediate Acct. II ACC 3610 Cost Accounting Other transferable elective courses include: ECON 2001 ECON 2002 BUSN MGMT 2041 MATH 1310 MKTG 2050 Principles of Economics (Macro) Principles of Economics (Micro) Business Law I and II Principles of Management Elementary Statistics Principles of Marketing Students entering Corning Community College who plan to sit for the C.P.A. examination are advised to enroll in the Associate in Science transfer program in Business Administration (AS), and to complete the advanced requirements in accounting after they transfer. Corning graduates who have received the Associate in Applied Science Degree in Accounting (AAS) must consult a member of the accounting faculty at Elmira College to determine their status at the time of registration. 19 P age

20 Business Administration To satisfy all but three of the core requirements in this major, students should complete the following courses: ACCT Accounting Principles I and II ECON 2001 Principles of Economics (Macro) ECON 2002 Principles of Economics (Micro) BUSN Business Law I and II (provided both courses are completed at Corning Community College) MATH 1310 Elementary Statistics MKTG 2050 Principles of Marketing MGMT 2041 Principles of Management Biology BIOL General Biology I and II are the entry-level courses for this major Chemistry CHEM General Chemistry I and II are the entry level courses for this major Education Although a minimum 2.0 Grade Point Average (GPA) is required for Admission to Elmira College, acceptance into the Teacher Education Program and Student Teaching has a higher GPA requirement. Students must earn and maintain a 2.7 GPA in both their academic major and/or concentration and in their Teacher Education program courses. An application for acceptance into the Teacher Education Program must be completed by January 15th in the student's second (Sophomore) year. The Student Teaching I application is due by October 15th in the student's third (Junior) year. Transfer students who are admitted to Elmira College with Junior status must complete both applications by October 15th of their third (Junior) year and their Student Teaching II applications by January 15 th of their third (Junior) year. The Liberal Arts and Sciences: Education/Childhood Education Program at Corning Community College is a jointly registered program of Corning Community College and Elmira College. Please contact the Teacher Education Department at Elmira College for information about these and New York State Teacher Certification requirements. English The following courses are recommended for prospective English majors: ENGL 2010 or 2020 ENGL ENGL 2480 or 2490 American Literature I or II English Literature I-II Creative Writing: Fiction and Drama or Poetry 20 P age

21 Foreign Languages A major in foreign languages requires completion of core requirements plus an area of specialization chosen from French or Spanish. Each specialization in a modern foreign language requires a minimum of 24 credits excluding the first-year course, as specified in the Elmira College Bulletin. At least 12 of these credits must be at the 3000-level or higher. Some core requirements and their Corning Community College equivalents are: A foreign language (Classical or Modern) different from the specialization 6 credits Elementary French courses if the specialization is not French Elementary Spanish courses if the specialization is not Spanish Elementary German courses ARAB 1010 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic Conversation & Structure I ARAB 1020 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic Conversation & Structure II GREK Elementary Classical Greek I and II LATN Elementary Latin I and II RUSS Elementary Russian Conversation and Structure I and II History and Civilization courses appropriate to the field of specialization 12 credits HIST 2410 Latin American History (if the specialization is Spanish) Nursing Twenty credits in nursing are accepted to meet Elmira College Nurse Education Program requirements. Other nursing credits earned at CCC are accepted as elective credit. Philosophy and Religion All philosophy courses offered at Corning Community College are acceptable electives in philosophy and religion. Criminal Justice Although several specific courses are equivalent, the Elmira College S.B. major in Criminal Justice is significantly different from the Corning Community College A.A.S. Criminal Justice degree in its structure and purposes. Students who have received this degree should consult a member of the Elmira College faculty to determine their status prior to registration. Speech and Hearing A maximum of nine credits may be transferred as related electives based on the equivalencies listed in part II. 21 P age

22 REVISION AND CANCELLATION This agreement may be revised or cancelled by either party at the end of any academic year, provided that written notice is submitted to the other party no later than the end of the first semester of the previous year. Changes to course titles and new courses may be added throughout the year with the consultation of both parties. Students who are enrolled in Elmira College shall complete their programs under the terms in force at the time. 22 P age

23 APPENDIX A QUANTITATIVE REASONING COURSES Corning Community College Course Elmira College Course BIOL 1510 General Biology I BIO 1020 Biological Concepts I BUSN 2040 Principles of Investment FIN 1900 Introduction to Investments CHEM 1010 Chemical Principles CHE 1800 World of Chemistry CHEM 1510 General Chemistry I CHE 1510 Basic Chemistry Principles I CHEM 1520 General Chemistry II CHE 1511 Basic Chemistry Principles II CHEM 2010 Organic Chemistry I CHE 2010 Organic Chemistry I ECON 2001 Principles of Economics (Macro) ECO 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2002 Principles of Economics (Micro) ECO 2010 Principles of Microeconomics GEOG 1510 Physical Geology GEO 1010 Physical Geology MATH 1130 Math for Elementary Teachers I MAT 2005 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I MATH 1140 Math for Elementary Teachers II MAT 2006 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II MATH 1310 Elementary Statistics MAT 2090 Statistical Methods MATH 1610 Calculus I MAT 2010 Calculus I MATH 1620 Calculus II MAT 2020 Calculus II MATH 2330 Discrete Structures MAT 2100 Discrete Mathematics MATH 2610 Calculus III MAT 3010 Calculus III MATH 2620 Elementary Differential Equations MAT 3020 Ordinary Differential Equations PHIL 1050 Intro to Logic PHR 1005 Logic PHYS 1010 Elementary Physics PHY 1030 The World of Physics PHYS 1820 Physics I PHY 2000 Principles of Physics I PSYC/SOCI 2206 Research Methods in the SSC 2502 Evaluating Social Science Social Sciences Research 23 P age

24 APPENDIX B WORLD ENGAGEMENT COURSES Non-Western Perspectives (NWP) Corning Community College Course Elmira College Course ANTH 2120 Cultural Anthropology ANT 1040 Cultural Anthropology ARTS 1500 East Asian Art General Elective HIST 2110 Modern Africa General Elective HIST 2120 Islam and the Middle East General Elective Western Perspectives (WEP) Corning Community College Course Elmira College Course ARTS 1310 Hist. & Appreciation of Art I ART 2100 Intro to Art Hist: Prehistoric to Gothic ARTS 1320 Hist. & Appreciation of Art II ART 2101Intro to Art Hist: Renaissance to Modern PHIL 2500 Business Ethics ECO/PHR 2900 Business and Society: Does the Corporation Have a Conscience? ENGL 2010 Amer. Literature I ENG 2042 American Literature: Beginnings to the Civil War ENGL 2020 Amer. Literature II ENG 2043 American Literature: Civil War to 1960 ENGL 2040 Fantasy and Science Fiction Major Elective (2000 level) ENGL 2160 The Short Story ENG 2003 Literary Genres: Studies in Short Fiction ENGL 2310 English Literature I ENG 2020 Major English Authors I: Medieval & Renaissance ENGL 2320 English Literature II ENG 2021 Major English Authors II: Neoclassical & Romantic ENGL 2330 Shakespeare ENG 2250 Shakespeare FREN 1010 Elem. French Conversation FRE 1010 First -Year French I FREN 1020 Elem. French Conversation & FRE 1020 First -Year French II Structure II FREN 2010 Intermediate French FRE 2010 Second-Year French I FREN 2180 Comp and Conversation FRE 2020 Second-Year French II FREN 2310 A Brief Intro to Literature Major Elective (2000 level) GERM 1010 Elem. German Conversation and GER 1010 First-Year German I Structure I GERM 1020 Elem. German Conversation and GER 1020 First-Year German II Structure II GERM 2010 Intermediate German GER 2010 Second-Year German I GERM 2180 Comp. and Conversation GER 2020 Second-Year German II GOVT 1010 Amer. Federal Government PSC 1040 American Government & Politics GOVT 2010 Comparative Government PSC 2030 Comparative Politics European GOVT 2040 The Constitution, Law, and PSC 3040 Law & the Courts in Amer. the Courts Politics 24 P age

25 GREK 1010 Elem. Classical Greek I GRK 1010 Introductory Greek I GREK 1020 Elem. Classical Greek II GRK 1020 Introductory Greek II HIST 1010 Hist. of Western Civilization I HIS 1500 European History I HIST 1020 Hist. of Western Civilization II HIS 1501 European History II HIST 1110 American History I HIS 1400 United States History I HIST 1120 American History II HIS 1401 United States History II HIST 1140 The American West General Elective HIST 2040 History of Modern Europe General Elective HIST 2050 History of England: Prehistory to 1700 HIS 2503 History of England to 1688 HIST 2060 History of England: 1700 present HIS 2504 History of England Since 1688 HIST 2090 African American History General Elective HIST 2111 Twentieth Century America General Elective HIST 2320 The Civil War General Elective HUMA 1010, 1020, 2010, 2070, 2200 General Elective(s) ITAL 1010 Elementary Italian Conversation & ITA 1010 First Year Italian I Structure II ITAL 1020 Elementary Italian Conversation & ITA 1020 First Year Italian II Structure II ITAL 1030 Intermediate Italian ITA 201 Second Year Italian I LATN 1010 Elem. Latin I LAT 1010 Intro Latin I LATN 1020 Elem. Latin II LAT 1020 Intro Latin II MUSC 1230 Hist. & Appreciation of Music I MUS 2010 History & Literature: Ancient to Classical MUSC 1240 Hist. & Appreciation of Music I MUS 2020 History & Literature: Classical to Modern PHIL 1050 Intro to Logic PHR 1005 Logic PHIL 1300 Current Moral Issues PHIL 2010 Intro to Ethics PHR 1006 Ethics PHIL 2250 Health Care Ethics HLS 2030 Health Care Ethics SOCI 1011 Introduction to Sociology SOC 1010 Introductory Sociology SPAN 1010 Elem. Spanish Conversation SPA 1010 First Year Spanish I and Structure I SPAN 1020 Elem. Spanish Conversation SPA 1020 First Year Spanish II and Structure II SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish SPA 2010 Second Year Spanish I SPAN 2180 Composition and Conversation SPA 2020 Second Year Spanish II SPAN 2310 Brief Intro to Literature major elective at 2000-level THEA 1010 Intro to Theatre THE 1010 Introduction to Theatre Global Perspectives (GLP) Corning Community College Course GEOG 1010 World Geography Elmira College Course SOC/SSC 1492 Introduction to Geography 25 P age

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