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ARTICULATION AND GENERAL STUDIES COMMITTEE
TRANSFER GUIDE AND TRANSFER AGREEMENT

Institution Currently Attending: Chattahoochee Valley Community College

Major: Nursing

Date Ratified: 03/12/1998

Date Printed: 09/20/2004


This Transfer Guide and Transfer Agreement was compiled for:

genovagenesis@hotmail.com
Bryan D Cloutier
5001 5th avenue ext apt 503
phenix city, al 36867
7063158380


The information on this Transfer Guide and Transfer Agreement has been approved by the Alabama Articulation and General Studies Committee (AGSC) for students who intend to pursue a bachelor's degree in the major listed above. Your institution may not offer every course listed on this guide. In addition, not all four-year institutions will offer the major which you are interested in pursuing. For a listing of schools which do offer the major listed above and who will accept the course work listed on this guide, see the section at the end of the guide titled "INSTITUTIONS WITH BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGAMS IN THE CHOSEN MAJOR."

INSTRUCTIONS TO TRANSFER STUDENTS:

  1. Read the entire Transfer Guide and Transfer Agreement carefully.
  2. Print and keep a copy of this Transfer Guide and Transfer Agreement for verification purposes. (Students must have a copy of this document upon transfer.)
  3. Meet with your advisor or counseling office to discuss this information.
  4. In order to obtain a complete transfer agreement, you MUST also print the Area V page for the major from the receiving institution to which you plan to transfer. The Area V page gives you additional information about institution recommendations in AREAS I-IV and specific requirements not specified in AREA V on the AGSC guide. The total transfer agreement consists of (a) the AGSC Transfer Guide and Transfer Agreement and (b) the Area V page from the institution. The most effective way to access the institution page to click on the receiving institution(s) of your choice listed at the bottom of this guide under the section titled "INSTITUTIONS WITH BACHELOR'S DEGREES IN THE CHOSEN MAJOR." (NOTE: Many insitutitions are still developing their Area V pages; contact them directly if you cannot find the necessary information.)

SPECIAL NOTE: Any attempt to modify, change, or alter information on this document through electronic or other means would make this document null and void. Any course work taken for transfer would then have to be evaluated on a course-by-course basis by the receiving institution.


AREA I - WRITTEN COMPOSITION (6 SH)


All students are required to complete a two-course sequence in Written
Composition.

ENG 101 Written Composition I [3SH]
ENG 102 Written Composition II [3SH]


AREA II - HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS (12 SH)


Students must complete a 6 SH sequence in either literature (AREA II) or
history (AREA IV).


Choose at least 3 SH in literature from the approved list below.
NOTE: Students may not select more than 6 SH of literature for AREA II.

ENG 251 American Literature I [3SH]
ENG 252 American Literature II [3SH]
ENG 261 English Literature I [3SH]
ENG 262 English Literature II [3SH]
ENG 271 World Literature I [3SH]
ENG 272 World Literature II [3SH]

Students must complete a 3 SH course in the ARTS. Choose from courses below
with an (A) designation. NOTE: Students may not select more than 6 SH of ART
for AREA II.

ART 100 Art Appreciation (A) [3SH]
ART 203 Art History I (A) [3SH]
ART 204 Art History II (A) [3SH]
HUM 130 Mankind and His Art (A) [3SH]
IDH 110 Renaissance to Romantic Rebellion (A) [3SH]
MUS 101 Music Appreciation (A) [3SH]
THR 120 Theatre Appreciation (A) [3SH]
THR 126 Introduction to Theatre (A) [3SH]

Any remaining hours in AREA II should be chosen from the approved list below.
Total hours in AREA II should equal 12 SH.

FRN 101 Introductory French I [4SH]
FRN 102 Introductory French II [4SH]
FRN 201 Intermediate French I [3SH]
FRN 202 Intermediate French II [3SH]
GRN 101 Introductory to German I [4SH]
GRN 102 Introductory to German II [4SH]
GRN 201 Intermediate German I [3SH]
GRN 202 Intermediate German II [3SH]
HUM 101 Introduction to Humanities [3SH]
HUM 102 Introduction to Humanities [3SH]
HUM 299-01 PTK Honors Course I [1SH]
HUM 299-02 PTK Honors Course II [1SH]
HUM 299-03 PTK Honors Course III [1SH]
IDH 106 Classical & Medieval Concepts: Man & the Universe [3SH]
IDH 208 Creative Forces in the Modern World [3SH]
IDH 214 Interdisciplinary Seminar: Science & Human Values [1SH]
IDS 102 Ethics [3SH]
JPN 101 Introductory Japanese I [4SH]
JPN 102 Introductory Japanese II [4SH]
PHL 106 Introduction to Philosophy [3SH]
PHL 206 Ethics and Society [3SH]
REL 151 Survey of the Old Testament [3SH]
REL 152 Survey of the New Testament [3SH]
SPA 101 Introductory Spanish I [4SH]
SPA 102 Introductory Spanish II [4SH]
SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I [3SH]
SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II [3SH]
SPH 106 Fundamentals of Speech Communications [3SH]
SPH 107 Fundamentals of Public Speaking [3SH]
SPH 116 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication [3SH]


AREA III - NATURAL SCIENCES AND MATHEMATICS (11 SH)


Students must take a 4 SH course in Inorganic Chemistry.

CHM 104 Introduction to General Chemistry [4SH]

Select 4 SH from the following lists of courses:
[NOTE: Course must have corresponding laboratories.]

BIO 101 Introduction to Biology I [4SH]
BIO 102 Introduction to Biology II [4SH]
BIO 103 Principles of Biology I [4SH]
BIO 104 Principles of Biology II [4SH]
CHM 105 Introduction to Organic Chemistry [4SH]
CHM 111 College Chemistry I [4SH]
CHM 112 College Chemistry II [4SH]
PHY 120 Introduction to Physics [4SH]
PHY 201 General Physics I [4SH]
PHY 202 General Physics II [4SH]
PHY 213 General Physics with Calculus I [4SH]
PHY 214 General Physics with Calculus II [4SH]

Select 3 SH from the following list of courses:

MTH 112 Precalculus Algebra [3SH]
MTH 113 Precalculus Trigonometry [3SH]
MTH 115 Precalculus Algebra & Trigonometry [4SH]
MTH 120 Calculus and Its Applications [3SH]
MTH 125 Calculus I [4SH]
MTH 126 Calculus II [4SH]
MTH 227 Calculus III [4SH]
MTH 237 Linear Algebra [3SH]
MTH 238 Applied Differential Equations I [3SH]


AREA IV - HISTORY, SOCIAL, AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (12 SH)


Students must complete a 6 SH sequence in either literature (AREA II) or
history (AREA IV).


Choose at least 3 SH in history from the approved list below.
NOTE: Students may not select more than 6 SH of history for AREA IV.

HIS 101 History of Western Civilization I [3SH]
HIS 102 History of Western Civilization II [3SH]
HIS 121 World History I [3SH]
HIS 122 World History II [3SH]
HIS 201 United States History I [3SH]
HIS 202 United States History II [3SH]

Students must take a 3 SH course in Psychology.

PSY 200 General Psychology [3SH]

The remaining hours in AREA IV should be chosen from the approved list below.
Total hours in AREA IV should equal 12 SH.

ANT 200 Introduction to Anthropology [3SH]
ANT 210 Physical Anthropology [3SH]
ANT 220 Cultural Anthropology [3SH]
ANT 226 Culture and Personality [3SH]
ANT 230 Introduction to Archaeology [3SH]
ECO 231 Principles of Macroeconomics [3SH]
ECO 232 Principles of Microeconomics [3SH]
GEO 100 World Regional Geography [3SH]
GEO 201 Principles of Human Geography [3SH]
IDH 206 Political & Intellectual Forces 20th Century [3SH]
POL 200 Introduction to Political Science [3SH]
POL 211 American National Government [3SH]
SOC 200 Introduction to Sociology [3SH]
SOC 210 Social Problems [3SH]


AREA V - PRE-PROFESSIONAL, MAJOR, AND ELECTIVE COURSES (19-23 SH)


Students planning to complete the B.S.N. degree must complete the following:

BIO 201 Human Anatomy and Physiology I [4SH]
BIO 202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II [4SH]
BIO 220 General Microbiology [4SH]

The remaining hours in Area V must be fulfilled by the requirements of the
institution to which the student plans to transfer. Please see the
institutional home page or catalog for a major in nursing.



INSTITUTIONS WITH BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGAMS IN THE CHOSEN MAJOR

The institutions listed below offer bachelor's programs in the chosen major. They have agreed to accept the course work listed on this guide for Areas I-V upon transfer to their respective institution providing that you have taken the courses as directed, and the student chooses to pursue a bachelor degree in the chosen major. In order to obtain complete transfer agreement you MUST also print the Area V page for the major from the institution to which he/she plans to transfer. (NOTE: Some instituions are still in the process of building their Area V pages for each of their majors. If you are unable to locate the additional AREA V information from the receiving institutions Area V page, contact the institution contact person who works with transfer students and request the additional information.)


Institution Home PageArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
Auburn UniversityArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
Auburn University at MontgomeryArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
Jacksonville State UniversityArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
Troy State UniversityArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of AlabamaArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of Alabama at BirminghamArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of Alabama in HuntsvilleArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of North AlabamaArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of South AlabamaArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page
University of West AlabamaArea V PageTransfer Assistance Page

Alabama Articulation and General Studies Committee

TRANSFER AGREEMENT

(Adopted 8/14/1998--Amended 7/11/2003)

Date Printed: 09/20/2004

Major: Nursing

Sending Institution: Chattahoochee Valley Community College

User Information:

genovagenesis@hotmail.com
Bryan D Cloutier
5001 5th avenue ext apt 503
phenix city, al 36867
7063158380

The Alabama Articulation and General Studies Committee (AGSC) appreciates your interest in attending public institutions of higher education in the State of Alabama. The AGSC was created in an effort to improve and monitor the transfer of coursework between public institutions in the state. If you are considering a transfer, use the attached guide when making course decisions. Failure to follow the requirements on the attached guide may result in loss of course credit upon transfer.

This agreement guarantees the transferability of the course work listed on the attached guide among institutions of higher education. The same policies must be applied to transfer students as those applied to native students. This guarantee is subject to the following recommendations and restrictions:

  1. The attached guide will be honored for a period of 4 years from the date as printed off the web site by all other public institutions of higher education that offer programs in the specified discipline. Students should keep a copy of this guide for verification purposes.
  2. When a course sequence is required, it is recommended that students complete the sequenced courses at one institution.
  3. This guide remains valid and is guaranteed only if the student continues in the major specified in this transfer agreement.
  4. Completion of coursework listed on this guide does not guarantee admission to any public institution of higher education in Alabama; nor to the major specified in this agreement; nor to any specific field of study. Students must be officially admitted according to the admission requirements as established by the receiving institution.
  5. Transferability of CLEP credit and advanced placement credit is left up to the discretion of the receiving institution.
  6. The transfer of D grades will be in accordance with the policy of the receiving institution. The same policies must be applied to transfer students as those applied to native students.
  7. Any attempt to modify, change, or alter any part of this guide through electronic or other means would make this agreement null and void.
  8. The total number of hours required of a transfer student who has complied with the requirements of the articulation guide for a degree in a particular major field at the receiving institution shall not exceed the number of hours required of a native students at the receiving institution in the same program.
  9. If only a fractional part of Areas I-V is completed at the sending institution, the receiving institution shall give full credit for those hours taken. This means that credit earned toward Areas I-V for a particular major will be applied by the receiving institution to Areas I-V in that same major.
  10. If the template/transfer guide has not mandated specific courses in Areas II-IV, students who plan to transfer will choose from among the AGSC-approved courses for those areas.
  11. Changes made by accrediting and other regulatory agencies such as but not limited to The State Department of Education, ACHE, SACS, NCATE, or CLN could result in specific requirements being added to the Transfer Agreement. These changes will affect the transfer student in the same manner as the students native to the College or University.