LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE                             
                                  TRANSFER GUIDE

Curriculum:  Media Production and New Technology, Northern Michigan University
Curriculum Code: 1609                                                              

                        		   Semester   Semester
Code       Title        		   Credits    Offered

REQUIREMENTS Total: 20 Credits
DMAC 120   Digital Audio Production I      	4	ALL
DMAC 130   Digital Video Production      	4    	ALL
DMAC 140   Pre-Production Design     		3  	F,SP
DMAC 141   Ethics and Impact of the Media     	3   	F,SP
DMAC 240   Employment Issues in Media    	2   	F,SP
DMAC 244   Media/Cinema Producer    		3   	F,SP
PFFT 100   Total Fitness A-Fitness     		2   	ALL

LIMITED CHOICE REQUIREMENTS Total: 33-41 Credits
Complete the indicated number of credits from each CHOICE listed below.
CHOICE 1:  Liberal Studies 32-40 Credits 
           Communications (See Note 5)    	8  
           Humanities (See Note 6)       	6-8 
           Science/Math (See Note 7)     	6-8  
           Social Sciences (See Note 8)  	6-8  
           Formal Comm Study (See Note 9) 	3-4  
           Visual/Perf Arts (See Note 10) 	3-4  
CHOICE 2:  Health Promotion 1 Credit (See Note 11)

ELECTIVES Total: 7-15 Credits (See Note 13)
Complete the indicated number of credits in transferable courses of your choice.

                                                          TOTAL CREDITS 68
NOTES:
1.  This transfer guide represents an Articulation (partnership) Agreement 
    between Lansing Community College (LCC) and Northern Michigan University 
    (NMU) which facilitates the transfer of LCC coursework toward the completion
    of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Media Production and New Technology at 
    NMU. This articulation agreement expires October 1, 2014. 
2.  This agreement allows students to complete the LCC Associate in Applied 
    Science Degree in Digital Media: Transfer, along with additional LCC 
    credits as specified in this guide, before transferring to NMU.
3.  Students are encouraged to meet with the Media Production & New Technology 
    NMU coordinator early, before completing an admissions application to NMU. 
    A copy of the articulation agreement should be brought to all advising 
    sessions. Final responsibility for verifying all transfer information lies
    with the student.  
4.  A maximum of 64 semester credits and an additional 4 semester credits in 
    physical education activity courses may transfer to NMU from a two-year 
    college.  Unless otherwise designated, a grade of 1.5 or higher is required
    for transfer to NMU. 
5.  Select two courses from: WRIT 121/131 and WRIT/ENGL 122/132.  
6.  Select two courses from: CITF 140; ENGL 211/212,255,256,266,267; HIST 214,
    240; HUMS 140,160,213,214,215,225,260; PHIL 152,211,212,260,265; RELG 211,
    212,241/242,250; or SOCL 185. NOTE: Underlined courses meet the NMU 
    World Culture requirement. HIST 214 satisfies both the NMU World Culture 
    requirement and the LCC Global Perspectives and Diversity requirement.  
7.  Select two courses (one course must include a lab) from: ASTR 201; BIOL 120,
    127,128,145; CHEM 135,151&161,152&162; GEOG 121; GEOL 221; ISCI 121,122,131; 
    MATH 120/121,122,126,130,151,161; PHYS 120,221,222,251,252.  
8.  Select two courses from: ANTH 270,271; ECON 120,260; GEOG 200; HIST 211,212,
    271; POLS 120,201,271; PSYC 200; SOCL 120,255. 
9.  Select one course from:  CITA 110,126,133; CITF 103,108,110; CITP 190; 
    FREN/GRMN/SPAN 121,122,201,202; JAPN 121,122; PHIL 151; or STAT 170,215.
10. Select one course from: ARTS 130,211,212; ENGL 240; MUSC 199,246,247; 
    THEA 110.
11. Select one additional Physical Education activity course.
12. Select elective credits with assistance from the contacts listed below. 
13. Students seeking an LCC associate degree must fulfill specific graduation
    requirements. See the LCC Catalog for details.
14. This transfer guide requires basic skill levels in mathematics, reading, and 
    writing.  To determine accurate course placement, students should take the 
    Computerized Placement Tests in the LCC Assessment Center (GB 200) prior to
    registration.  For testing hours call (517) 267-5500.

For further information and advising, contact Cary Vajda, NMU Transfer Admissions 
Counselor, at (906) 227-2650 or cvajda@nmu.edu; or Jim Cantrill, Department Head- 
NMU Communication & Performance Studies, at (906) 227-2061 or jcantril@nmu.edu. 

      VISIT THE NORTHERN MICHIGAN UNIVERSITY WEBSITE AT http://www.nmu.edu.
                                                                                   
Effective from Fall 2013 through Summer 2014