LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Title: Core Curriculum Requirements, University of Detroit Mercy
This guide is based on UDM's Core Curriculum only and reflects courses that
transfer into it. Students may transfer a maximum of 63 semester credit
hours towards a Bachelor's Degree; the course grade must be a "C" (2.0) or
better. A minimum 2.50 GPA based on 24 or more semester hours of credit is
required for admissions to the University.
According to transferability policies, courses not on this guide may be
transferable. For more information or when choosing such courses, contact
an Admissions Counselor at the UDM number listed below.
OBJECTIVE I - Communication Skills (6 Credits)
SPCH 130 -AND- WRIT/ENGL 122
OBJECTIVE II - Mathematical and Computer Skills (6 Credits)
MATH 121 -AND- CPSC 120
OBJECTIVE III - Scientific Literacy (9 Credits)
A. Select 1 Social Science course:
ECON 201,202; POLS 120,201; PSYC 200; SOCL 120
B. Select 1 Natural Science course: ASTR 201; BIOL 120-203,210-276;
CHEM 120-152,182,251,252; GEOL 221-230; PHYS 200-252
C. Select 1 additional Natural Science/Social Science course from above.
OBJECTIVE IV - Meaning and Value (9 Credits)
A. PHIL 153 -AND-
B. Select 1 Religious Studies course: RELG 211,212,250
C. Select 1 additional PHIL/RELG course: PHIL 151,211-260; RELG 211-250
OBJECTIVE V - Diverse Human Experience (12 Credits)
A. Select 1 Historical Experience course from:
HIST 150,211-214,240,250,271; HUMS 213,214
B. Select 1 Literary Experience course from: ENGL 201-203,260
C. Select 1 Aesthetic Experience course from:
ARCH 141,142; ARTS 102,131,132,140,200,203; ENGL 240;
HUMS 120,140,211,212,260; MUSC 199,240-246; THEA 110,120,210
D. Select 1 Comparative Experience course from:
ANTH 270-276; ECON 260; FREN/GRMN/JAPN/SPAN 115-202; GEOG 200;
HUMS 160,225; POLS 260; PSYC 240; SPCH 280
OBJECTIVE VI - Social Responsibility (6 Credits)
Students planning to pursue a UDM Liberal Arts degree need to select 2
additional courses from any of the Aesthetic, Comparative, Historical, and
Literary Experience course choices above.
For further information and advising, contact the University of Detroit
Mercy Admissions Office at (800) 635-5020/(313) 993-1245, or by email at
email@example.com; or Karen Gorman, Academic Evaluator/Advisor-College
of Liberal Arts & Education, at (313) 993-1288 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
VISIT THE UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY WEBSITE AT www.udmercy.edu.
ACADEMIC INFORMATION PERTAINING TO THIS GUIDE HAS NOT OFFICIALLY BEEN
REVIEWED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF DETROIT MERCY SINCE 2010. STUDENTS ARE
ENCOURAGED TO CONTACT THE OFFICE OR INDIVIDUAL INDICATED ABOVE TO VERIFY
TRANSFSERABILITY OF THE LCC COURSES LISTED.
Effective from Fall 2012 through Summer 2013