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Transferring Credits from KEYSTONE COLLEGE

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statute of limitations, but it reserves the right to refuse to accept some courses for transfer in which the content is out of date.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
ACCT 1155: Financial Accounting ACCT-110: Financial Accounting 4.00
BIOL 105: Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIO-107: Anatomy for Hlth Care Consumer 4.00
BIOL 1110: Human Anatomy & Physiology I BIO-107: Anatomy for Hlth Care Consumer 4.00
BIOL 1125: Gen. Biology I (Sci Majors) BIO-110: Introduction to Biology I 4.00
BIOL 1125: General Biology I (sci Majors) BIO-110: Introduction to Biology I 4.00
BIOL 113: General Biology I BIO-110: Introduction to Biology I 4.00
BIOL 1130: Gen. Biology II (Bio Majors) BIO-111: Introduction to Biology II 4.00
BIOL 1130: General Biology II (sci Major) BIO-111: Introduction to Biology II 4.00
BIOL 1135: Intro to Forensic Science I GNL-ELCT: Elective 4.00
BIOL 114: General Biology II BIO-111: Introduction to Biology II 4.00
BIOL 114: General Biology II (scien Maj) BIO-111: Introduction to Biology II 4.00
BIOL 130: Intro to Forensic Science BIO-ELCT: Biology Elective 4.00
BIOL 2140: Intro to Forensic Science II GNL-ELCT: Elective 4.00
BIOL 230: Intro to Forensic Science II BIO-ELCT: Biology Elective 4.00
BUSN 1110: Intro to Business GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CCOM 1125: Speech Communication CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
CHEM 105: General Chemistry I CHEM-110: General Chemistry I 4.00
CHEM 106: General Chemistry II CHEM-111: General Chemistry II 4.00
CHEM 1120: General Chemistry I CHEM-110: General Chemistry I 4.00
COMM 1125: Speech Communication CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
ECON 2110: Prin of Economics I ECON-110: Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00
ENGL 101: College Writing I: Academic Wr ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENGL 102: College Writing II: Academic ENGL-215: Introduction to Literature: 3.00
ENGL 1110: College Writing I: Academic Wr ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENGL 1110: College Wrtg I : Acad. Writing ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENGL 1125: College Writing Ii: Wrtg About ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
FYS 1110: The First Yera Seminar GNL-ELCT: Elective 2.00
HIST 109: U.S. History I HIST-125: United States to 1877 3.00
HIST 110: U.S. History II HIST-126: United States Since 1877 3.00
HIST 1110: Making of the Modern World HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIST 1130: U.S. History I HIST-125: United States to 1877 3.00
HIST 1135: United States History II HIST-126: United States Since 1877 3.00
MATH 102: College Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MATH 1125: College Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MATH 113: Precalculus MATH-127: Precalculus Mathematics 4.00
MATH 1150: College Math II GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MATH 2115: Statistics MATH-STA/DIS: Stats for Math Distribution 3.00
MATH 2150: Calculus I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
MATH 2150: Techniques of Calculus I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
MATH 225: Techniques of Calculus I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
PHIL 1110: Introduction to Philosophy I PHIL-140: Central Problems in Philosophy 3.00
PHYS 200: General Physics I PHYS-ELCT: Elective 4.00
PHYS 205: General Physics II PHYS-ELCT: Elective 4.00
PHYS 2110: General Physics I PHYS-ELCT: Elective 4.00
POSC 101: American National Government PSCI-110: U.S. Government and Politics 3.00
POSC 1110: American National Government PSCI-110: U.S. Government and Politics 3.00
PSYC 101: General Psychology PSY-110: Introductory Psychology 3.00
PSYC 1110: General Psychology GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSYC 307: Social Psychology PSY-324: Social Psychology 3.00
PSYCH 101: General Psychology PSY-110: Introductory Psychology 3.00
SOCI 1110: Introduction to Sociology SOC-110: Introduction to Sociology 3.00
SPAN 101: Elementary Spanish I SPAN-101: Elementary Spanish I 3.00
SPAN 102: Elementary Spanish II SPAN-102: Elementary Spanish II 3.00
SPAN 201: Intermediate Spanish I SPAN-111: Intermediate Spanish I 3.00
SPAN 202: Intermediate Spanish II SPAN-112: Intermediate Spanish II 3.00