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Transferring Credits from MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMUNITY 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statute of limitations, but it reserves the right to refuse to accept some courses for transfer in which the content is out of date.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
ART 103: Art Hist III Modern Art ART-ELCT: Art Elective 3.00
ART 111: Drawing I ART-111: Drawing I 3.00
ART 112: Drawing II ART-221: Drawing II 3.00
ART 121: Painting I ART-220: Painting I 3.00
ART 122: Painting II ART-330: Painting II 3.00
ART 130: Two-Dimensional Design ART-212: Color and Design 3.00
ART 131: Color Theory ART-ELCT: Art Elective 3.00
ART 138: Digital Art I ART-344: Time Based Digital Media 3.00
ART 140: 3-D Design Principles ART-116: Three-Dimensional Design 3.00
ART 151: Basic Photography I ART-227: Photography I 3.00
ART 155: Digital Photography ART-227: Photography I 3.00
AST 120: Intro to Astronomy ASTR-101: Principles of Astronomy 4.00
AST 121: Astrobiology SCI-NLDIST: Science No Lab - Distribution 3.00
CHE 121: General Chemistry - Inorganic CHEM-100: Chemistry in Context 4.00
CHE 151: Principles of Chem I CHEM-110: General Chemistry I 4.00
CIS 110: Computer Info Sys. for Managmt GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CJS 100: Intro to Criminal Justice CJCR-100: Intro to Criminal Justice 3.00
CJS 105: Criminal Law CJCR-100: Intro to Criminal Justice 3.00
CJS 200: Criminal Investigation CJCR-147: Intro to Crim. Just. Forensics 3.00
CJS 220: Criminology CJCR-ELCT: Criminal Justice Elective 3.00
ECO 121: Macroeconomics ECON-110: Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00
EDU 210: Teaching Young Children: Intro ECED-200: Teaching the Young Child 3.00
EDU 213: Working W/ Special Needs Child SPED-230: Intoduction Special Education 3.00
EDU 213: Working With Special Needs Ch. SPED-230: Intoduction Special Education 3.00
ENG 102: English Comp. II ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENG 102 + ENG 101: Englist Comp II + English Comp I ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENG 211: Survey of American Lit. 1 ENGL-222: American Literature I 3.00
ENG 246: African American Literature ENGL-229: African American Literature 3.00
ENG 256: Literature and Film ENGL-115: Introduction to Literature: 3.00
ESW 160: Martial Arts & Self Defense PHED-105: Physical Education Activities 0.00
ESW 206: Basic Nutrition GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ESW 207: Food & Culture GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ESW 245: Safety & First Aid WELL-106: First Aid/CPR 0.00
ESW 245: Safety & First Aid WELL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ESW 255: Human Sexuality SOCSC-ELCT: Social Sciences Elective 3.00
GEO 135: Physical Geography GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
GLG 120: Earth Science SCI-ELCT: Elective 4.00
GLG 151: Physical Geology SCI-ELCT: Elective 4.00
HIS 101: Hist W Civ I Anc, Med & Ear Md HIST-115: Western Civilization I 3.00
HIS 102: Hist W Civ II Mod Eur His HIST-116: Western Civilization II 3.00
HIS 121: World Civilization I HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIS 121: World Civilizations I: to 1500 HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIS 205: History of U.S. From 1877 HIST-126: United States Since 1877 3.00
HIST 102: Hist W Civ II Mod Sur His HIST-116: Western Civilization II 3.00
HON 101: Honors Colloqu.-Elections 2012 GNL-ELCT: Elective 4.00
HON 102: Honor Colloq.-India on My Mind GNL-ELCT: Elective 4.00
HS 202: US History 1865-Pres. HIST-126: United States Since 1877 3.00
MAT 100: Intermediate Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MAT 1000: Intermediate Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MAT 131: Intro to Stats I MATH-STA/DIS: Stats for Math Distribution 3.00
MAT 131 + MAT 132: Intro to Statistics I + Intro to Stat II MATH-123: Introduction to Statistics 4.00
MAT 190: Calc & Anal Geometry I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
MAT 201: Calc & Anal Geometry II MATH-129: Calculus/Analytic Geometry II 4.00
MAT 202: Calc & Anat Geometry III MATH-238: Multivariable Calculus 4.00
MATH 117: Elements of Statistics MATH-123: Introduction to Statistics 3.00
MGT 110: Introduction to Business GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MUS 110: Music Appreciation MUS-116D: Introduction to Music 3.00
PHI 100: Introduction to Philosophy PHIL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PHY 151: Principles of Physics I PHYS-225: Fundamentals of Physics I 4.00
PHYS 151: Princilpes of Physics I PHYS-225: Fundamentals of Physics I 4.00
PHYS 152: Principles of Physics II PHYS-226: Fundamentals of Physics II 4.00
POL 124: American National Government PSCI-110: U.S. Government and Politics 3.00
POLI 101: Intro. Political Science PSCI-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSY 101: Introduction to Psychology SOCSC-ELCT: Social Sciences Elective 3.00
PSY 136: Personality PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSY 200: Child Psychology PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSY 206: Human Development / Life-Span PSY-217: Lifespan Development 3.00
PSY 206: Human Devlpmnt/ Life Span Ap PSY-217: Lifespan Development 3.00
PSY 210: Educational Psychology PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSY 215: Abnormal Psychology PSY-116: Abnormal Psychology 3.00
SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology SOC-110: Introduction to Sociology 3.00
SPA 101: Elem Spanish I SPAN-101: Elementary Spanish I 3.00
SPA 102: Elem. Spanish II SPAN-102: Elementary Spanish II 3.00
SPA 201: Intermediate Spanish I SPAN-111: Intermediate Spanish I 3.00
SPA 215: Spanish Conversation I SPAN-ELCT: Elective 4.00
SPAN 102: Elem Spanish II SPAN-102: Elementary Spanish II 3.00
SPC 110: Intro to Speech Communication CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
SPC 120: Public Speaking CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
THA 114: Intro to Theatre THEA-100: Understanding Theatre 3.00