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This information is provided as an example of credits that have transferred in the past. It does NOT guarantee the future transfer of those credits. Final determination of transfer credit will be made by the Registrar based on official transcripts only. Lycoming College does not have a statute of limitations, but it reserves the right to refuse to accept some courses for transfer in which the content is out of date. The Registrar will consult the academic department(s) involved.

Course Equivalent Lycoming Course Credits Transferred
ACC 111: Financial Accounting ACCT-110: Financial Accounting 3.00
ACC 251: Intermed Acct. I ACCT-344: Intermediate Acct Theory I 3.00
ADJ 120: Princ Investig CJCR-ELCT: Criminal Justice Elective 3.00
ADJ 240: Criminology CJCR-ELCT: Criminal Justice Elective 3.00
ART 116: History of Photography ART-ELCT: Art Elective 3.00
BIO 100: Biological Science BIO-106: Cells, Genes, and Society 4.00
BIO 150: Human Anat & Phys I BIO-107: Anatomy for Hlth Care Consumer 4.00
BUS 100: Intro to Business GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
BUS 210: Princ Mgmt BUS-244D: Management Organization Behavi 3.00
BUS 232: Princ of Finance BUS-238: Fundamentals Financial Mgmt. 3.00
CHE 101: Intro to Gen. Chem. CHEM-100: Chemistry in Context 4.00
CHE 106: Intro to Chemistry CHEM-ELCT: Elective 3.00
COMM 100: Intro Interpersonal Comm COMM-ELCT: Elective 3.00
COMM 100: Intro Interpersonal Comm GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
COMM 104: Intro to Mass Comm CCOM-200: Intro Corporate Communication 3.00
COMM 105: Small Group Comm CCOM-100: Organizational Communication 3.00
COMM 111: Public Speaking CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
DRA 100: Intro to Theatre THEA-100: Understanding Theatre 3.00
ECO 220: Microecon, Princ. ECON-111: Principles of Microeconomics 3.00
EDU 110: Introduction to Teaching EDUC-200: Intro to Study of Education 3.00
EDU 110: Introduction to Teaching EDUC-210: Orientation Educ Prof Part 1 3.00
EDU 206: Teaching With Technology EDUC-ELCT: Elective 3.00
EDU 215: Field Experience EDUC-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ENG 100: Eng Composition I GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ENG 100 + ENG 112: Eng Composition I + Eng Composition II ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENG 100 + ENG 112: English Composition I + English Composition II ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENG 112: Eng Composition II ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENG 214: Women in Literature ENGL-334D: Women in Literature 3.00
ESS 100: Earth Science ASTR-102: Principles of Geology 4.00
ESS 100: Earth Science SCI-DIST: Science Distribution 4.00
HIS 120: American Histroy II HIST-126: United States Since 1877 3.00
HIS 150: World Civilizations I HIST-215: Conflict in Western Civilizatn 3.00
HIS 254: World Civilation I HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIS 255: World Civilization II HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HUM 100: Intro to Visual Art ART-ELCT: Art Elective 3.00
HUM 142: American Cinema THEA-114D: Motion Picture Masterpieces 3.00
HUM 160: Intro World Religion REL-110: Introduction World Religions 3.00
MAT 100: Inter Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MAT 120: Mod College Math GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MAT 121: Intro to Probability & Stat MATH-STA/DIS: Stats for Math Distribution 3.00
MAT 125: Math for Elem Teachers I GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MAT 152: Precalculus MATH-127: Precalculus Mathematics 4.00
MAT 160: Calculus I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
MAT 210: Statistics MATH-123: Introduction to Statistics 3.00
MUS 131: History of Rock & Roll MUS-ELCT: Elective 3.00
POL 200: World Affairs PSCI-225: International Relations 3.00
PSY 200: Personality Theories PSY-336: Personality Theory 3.00
PSY 204: Foundations of Addiction PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
SOC 110: Intro Sociology SOC-110: Introduction to Sociology 3.00
SPAN 101: Elem Spanish I SPAN-101: Elementary Spanish I 3.00