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Transferring Credits from NORTHAMPTON 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statute of limitations, but it reserves the right to refuse to accept some courses for transfer in which the content is out of date.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
ACCT 100: Accounting for Non Accountants GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ACCT 101 + ACCT 151: Financial Accounting I + Financial Accounting II ACCT-110: Financial Accounting 4.00
ARTA 101: Art History Survey ART-223: Survey of Art II 3.00
ARTA 101: Art Histroy Survey ART-223: Survey of Art II 3.00
ARTA 107: Drawing I ART-111: Drawing I 3.00
ARTA 158: Painting I ART-220: Painting I 3.00
BIOS 104: Field Ecology BIO-224: Ecology 4.00
BIOS 105: Contemporary Biology BIO-106: Cells, Genes, and Society 4.00
BIOS 107: Biology I BIO-110: Introduction to Biology I 4.00
BIOS 115: Essentials of Biology BIO-106: Cells, Genes, and Society 4.00
BIOS 210: Environmental Biology BIO-220: Environmental Biology 4.00
BUSA 101: Introduction to Business GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
BUSA 131: Principles of Marketing BUS-228: Marketing Principles 3.00
BUSA 201: Business Statistics I GNL-ELCT: Elective 4.00
BUSA 205: Maagement Fundamentals BUS-244: Management Organization Behavi 3.00
BUSA 205: Management Fundamentals GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CHEM 102: General Chemistry I CHEM-110: General Chemistry I 4.00
CHEM 220: General Chemistry II CHEM-111: General Chemistry II 4.00
CISC 101: Introduction to Computers CPTR-101: Microcomputer File Management 2.00
CISC 101: Introduction to Computers GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CJST 101: Intro to Criminal Justice CJCR-100: Intro to Criminal Justice 3.00
CJST 125: Corrections & Rehabilitation CJCR-203: Correctional Policy 3.00
CJST 131: Juvenile Justice CJCR-204: Youth/Deviance/Social Control 3.00
CMTH 102: Speech Communication CCOM-211: Informative/Persuasive Spking 3.00
CMTH 110: Intro to Theatre THEA-100: Understanding Theatre 3.00
CMTH 110: Introduction to the Theatre THEA-100: Understanding Theatre 3.00
CMTH 215: Intercultural Communication COMM-ELCT: Elective 3.00
CMTH 220: Introduction to Film FILM-114: Motion Picture Masterpieces 3.00
COLS 101: College Success GNL-ELCT: Elective 1.00
ECON 251: Microeconomics ECON-111: Principles of Microeconomics 3.00
ENGL 101: English I GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ENGL 101 + ENGL 151L: English I + English II ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENGL 101C: English 1 GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
ENGL 101C + ENGL 151C: English I + English II ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENGL 115C: English II ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENGL 151 + ENGL 101: English II Honors Section + English I Honors Section ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENGL 151C: English II ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENGL 151L + ENGL 101C: English II + English I ENGL-106: Composition 4.00
ENGL 151R: English II ENGL-106: Composition 3.00
ENGL 201: British Literature I ENGL-220: British Literature I 3.00
ENGL 253: Creative Writing FA-ELCT: Fine Arts Elective 3.00
ENGL 257G: 20th Century Lit by Women LIT-ELCT: Elective 3.00
GEOG 140: Investigating Climate Change SCI-NLDIST: Science No Lab - Distribution 3.00
GEOL 201: Physical Geology ASTR-102: Principles of Geology 4.00
GLBL 130: Introduction to Global Studies GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
HIST 103: Ancient & Midieval Hist HIST-115: Western Civilization I 3.00
HIST 103: Ancient and Medieval History HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIST 121: The Black Experience HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIST 153: Found Mod Euro Hist 1300-1815 HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HIST 166: Civil War and Reconstruction HIST-ELCT: History Elective 3.00
HUMA 140G: Intro to Women & Gender Studie WGST-200: Gendered Perspectives 3.00
MATH 026: Intermediate Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MATH 120: Nature of Mathematics GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MATH 140: College Algebra MATH-100: Basic Algebra 2.00
MATH 140: College Algebra GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00
MATH 160: Pre Calculus MATH-127: Precalculus Mathematics 4.00
MATH 180: Calculus I MATH-128: Calculus/Analytic Geometry I 4.00
MATH 181: Calculus II MATH-129: Calculus/Analytic Geometry II 4.00
MDLA 102: Elementary French I FRN-101: Elementary French I 3.00
MDLA 103: Elementary Spanish I SPAN-101: Elementary Spanish I 3.00
MDLA 112: Elementary French II FRN-102: Elementary French II 3.00
MDLA 113: Elementary Spanish II SPAN-102: Elementary Spanish II 3.00
PHED 125: Weight Training I PHED-105: Physical Education Activities 0.00
PHIL 111: On Death and Dying REL-120: Death and Dying 3.00
PHIL 202: Ethics & Moral Problems PHIL-115: Philosophy and Public Policy 3.00
PHIL 202: Ethics & Moral Problems PHIL-120: Introduction Moral Philosophy 3.00
PHYS 101: Physics I PHYS-ELCT: Elective 4.00
POLS 110: American National Government PSCI-110: U.S. Government and Politics 3.00
PSYC 103G: Introduction to Psychology SOCSC-ELCT: Social Sciences Elective 3.00
PSYC 251: Child Psychology PSY-ELCT: Elective 3.00
PSYC 254: Adolecent Psychology PSY-118: Adolescent Psychology 3.00
PSYC 255: Abnormal Psychology PSY-116: Abnormal Psychology 3.00
PSYC 258: Developmental Psychology PSY-117: Developmental Psychology 3.00
PSYC 258: Developmental Psychology PSY-217: Lifespan Development 3.00
SOCA 102: Cultural Anthropology ANTH-229: Cultural Anthropology 3.00
SOCA 103: Principles of Sociology SOC-110: Introduction to Sociology 3.00
SOCA 103G: Principles of Sociology SOC-110: Introduction to Sociology 3.00
SOCA 125: Sociology of Families SOC-220: Sociology of Family 3.00
SOCA 150: Deviance SOC-ELCT: Elective 3.00
SPED 160: Intro to Special Education SPED-230: Intoduction Special Education 4.00
SPRT 101: Intor to Sports Management GNL-ELCT: Elective 3.00