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Transferring Credits from KINGS 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statute of limitations, but it reserves the right to refuse to accept some courses for transfer in which the content is out of date.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
CJ 131: Intro to Criminal Law CJCR-ELCT: Criminal Justice Elective 3.00
COMM 233: Graphics for Mass Comm ART-343: Introduction to Digital Art 3.00
CORE 090: Unruly Women GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CORE 115: Effective Oral Communication CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
CORE 120: Mathematical Ideas GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CORE 131: Western Civilization to 1914 HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
CORE 163: Historical Persp: British Lit ENGL-215: Introduction to Literature: 3.00
CORE 172M: Dance/Movement THEA-135: Introduction to Dance I 2.00
CORE 179: Film Studies FILM-214D: Survey of Landmarks in Film 3.00
CORE 191: Global History Since 1914 HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
CORE 254: Belief and Unbelief GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CORE 280: Introduction to Philosophy PHIL-140: Central Problems in Philosophy 3.00
CORE 288: Bioethics PHIL-219: Issues in Health Care 3.00
ECON 112: Principles of Economics:Micro ECON-111: Principles of Microeconomics 3.00
FREN 363: 20th Century Literature FRN-426: ST: FRN/Francophone LIT/CULT 3.00
HMR 210: Intro Human Resources Mgmt BUS-310: Human Resource Management 3.00
MATH 123: Finite Math MATH-STA/DIS: Stats for Math Distribution 3.00
MSB 120: Intro to Mgmt & Planning ACCT-130: Acct for Managrl Decision Mkg 3.00
PSCI 350: Comparative Government PSCI-130: American Legal System 3.00
PSYC 321: Brain and Behavior PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
SOCS 251: Computer Applications in Socs GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
SOCS 261: Methods/Stats Social Research SOC-330: Research Methods I 3.00