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2013-2014 MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM

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MINNESOTA TRANSFER CURRICULUM (a minimum of 40 credits) 1. COMMUNICATIONS (a minimum of 10 credits) Engl 1101 Composition I 4 cr One course from the following (3 cr) Engl 1105 Technical Writing 3 cr Engl 1109 Writing about Literature 3 cr One course from the following (3 cr) Spch 1101 Intro to Speech Comm 3 cr Spch 1105 Fund of Public Speaking 3 cr 2. Engl 1113 Composition II 3 cr

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curriculum called the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum (MnTC) which provides students with a seamless transfer between colleges and universities within our state. 3. This Minnesota Transfer Curriculum consists of 40 or more semester credits which meets specific student competencies from the following 10 areas: Communications Critical Thinking Natural Sciences Math/Logical Reasoning History and the Social/ Behavioral Sciences Humanities and Fine Arts Human Diversity Global Perspective Ethical and Civic Responsibility People and the Environment Students Itasca CC who will complete have met the the 4.

Spch 1111 Interpersonal Comm 3 cr

CRITICAL THINKING Embedded in all courses of the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum NATURAL SCIENCES (a minimum of 7 credits) A minimum of one lab science course from the following: Biol 1101 Human Biology 4 cr [10] Biol 1201 General Biology I 4 cr [10] Biol 1202 General Biology II 4 cr [10] Biol 2101 Human Anat & Phys I 4 cr Biol 2102 Human Anat & Phys II 4 cr Chem 1101 Fund of Chemistry I 4 cr [10] Chem 1201 General Chemistry I 4 cr

Chem 1202 Geog 1300 Phys 1005 Phys 1101 Phys 1102 Phys 1201 Phys 1202

General Chemistry II 4 cr Weather & Climate 4 cr [10] Concepts of Physics 4 cr Fund of Physics I 4 cr [10] Fund of Physics II 4 cr [10] General Physics I 4 cr [10] General Physics II 4 cr

One additional course from the above list OR one course from the following: Geog 1101 Physical Geography 3 cr [10] NSci 1101 Environmental Science 3 cr [10] NSci 1121 Earth Science 4 cr MATHEMATICS/LOGICAL REASONING (a minimum of 3 credits) Math 1101 Contemporary Mathematics (3 cr) OR higher level Math course HISTORY & THE SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES (a minimum of 9 credits) Select 9 credits from at least two of the following disciplines: Anth 1100 Intro to Anthropology 3 cr [8] MCS 1101 Intro to Indian Studies 3 cr [8] Anth 1101 Intro to Physical Anthropology 3 cr [8] MCS 1111 Minority Studies 3 cr [9] Anth 1102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 cr [8] PolS 1101 Amer Politics & Govt 3 cr [9] Econ 1101 Intro to Economics 3 cr [8] Econ 2101 Macroeconomics 3 cr [8] Psyc 1101 General Psychology 3 cr [7] Econ 2102 Microeconomics 3 cr [8] Psyc 1201 Human Growth & Develop 3 cr [7] Econ 2104 Intro to Global Econ 3 cr [8] Psyc 2100 Group Processes 3 cr [9] Psyc 2102 Learning & Cognition 3 cr [7] Geog 1104 World Regional Geography 3 cr [8] Psyc 2106 Abnormal Psychology 3 cr [7] Geog 1108 Cultural Geography 3 cr [8] Psyc 2110 Human Sexuality 3 cr [8] Hist Hist Hist Hist Hist Hist 6. 1111 1112 1131 1132 1142 1150 European History I 4 cr [8] European History II 4 cr [8] Amer Hist through Civil War 4 cr [7] Amer Hist since Civil War 4 cr [7] Native American History 3 cr [7] History of Science & Society 4 cr [7] Soc Soc Soc Soc Soc Soc 1101 1201 2101 2120 2130 2140 Intro to Sociology 3 cr [7] Social Problems 3 cr [9] Contemp Indian Concerns 3 cr [9] Intro to Criminal Justice 3 cr [9] Intro to Womens Studies 3 cr [7] Society & Family Dynamics 3 cr [7]

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Associate in Arts (AA) degree at Minnesota Transfer Curriculum

requirements. A 2.00 GPA required for both the MnTC and AA degree. Transfer courses with grades of A-D will be included in the calculation for the MnTC. GPA

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Call us: 218-322-2320 or 800-996-6422 If you have questions regarding the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum or wish to see an MnTC check sheet, stop by the Student Services Office at 107 Backes Student Center.

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HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS (a minimum of 9 credits) Select a minimum of 9 credits from the following two areas, with at least one course from Area A and one course from Area B. Area A: Engl 2100 Intro to Literature 3 cr [8] Engl 2136 Mythology 3 cr [8] Engl 2101 Survey of American Lit I 3 cr [7] Engl 2137 Women Writers on Women 3 cr [8] Engl 2102 Survey of American Lit II 3 cr [7] Engl 2138 Literature & the Environment [10] Engl 2106 Create Writing: Prose 3 cr Hum 1111 War & Propaganda 3 cr [9] Engl 2110 Masterpieces of World Lit 3 cr [8] Hum 1301 World Religions 3 cr [8] Engl 2131 Modern Novel 3 cr [8] Hum 1400 Creativity in the Arts 3 cr Engl 2132 Modern Drama 3 cr [8] Phil 1101 Intro to Philosophy 3 cr [9] Engl 2133 Modern Poetry 3 cr [8] Phil 1111 Ethics 3 cr [9] Engl 2134 Modern Short Story 3 cr [8] Phil 1121 Am Indian Philosophy 3 cr [7] Engl 2135 American Indian Literature 3 cr [7]

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HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS , continued Area B: Art 1101 Art Appreciation 3 cr Art 1111 Art History I 3 cr Art 1112 Art History II 3 cr Art 1115 American Indian Art 3 cr [7] Art 1201 Intro to Art & Design 3 cr

Art 1202 Art 1203 Art 1204 Art 1205 Hum 1208

Drawing 3 cr Painting 3 cr Watercolor 3 cr Ceramics 3 cr Intl Study Exp erience 3 cr [8]

Mus Mus Mus Mus Thtr Thtr

1101 1111 1113 1115 1101 1121

Fundamentals of Music 3 cr Music Appreciation 3 cr [8] Music throughout the World 3 cr [8] American Popular Music 3 cr Intro to Theatre Arts 3 cr [8] Beginning Acting 3 cr

Courses taken in areas 1 6 may also apply to areas 7 10 as listed below. Note bracketed numbers [ ] listed behind course credits. (e.g. Hist 1111 meets requirements for area 5 and for area 8) Credits do not count twice. 7. HUMAN DIVERSITY (any course) Art 1115 American Indian Art 3 cr [6] Engl 2101 Survey of American Lit I 3 cr [6] Engl 2102 Survey of American Lit II 3 cr [6] Engl 2135 American Indian Literature 3 cr [6] Hist 1131 Am Hist through Civil War 4 cr [5] Hist 1132 Am Hist since Civil War 4 cr [5] GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE (any course) Ansh 2101 Ojibwe Language III 4 cr Anth 1100 Intro to Anthropology 3 cr [5] Anth 1101 Intro to Physical Anthro 3 cr [5] Anth 1102 Intro to Cultural Anthro 3 cr [5] Econ 1101 Intro to Economics 3 cr [5] Econ 2101 Macroeconomics 3 cr [5] Econ 2102 Microeconomics 3 cr [5] Econ 2104 Intro to Global Econ 3 cr [5] Engl 2100 Intro to Literature 3 cr [6] Engl 2110 Masterpieces of World Lit 3 cr [6] ETHICAL & Hum 1111 MCS 1111 Phil 1101 Hist 1142 Hist 1150 Phil 1121 Psyc 1101 Psyc 1201 Psyc 2102 Engl 2131 Engl 2132 Engl 2133 Engl 2134 Engl 2136 Engl 2137 FLan 1202 Geog 1104 Geog 1108 Native American History 3 cr [5] Hist of Science & Society 4 cr [5] Am Indian Philosophy 3 cr [6] General Psychology 3 cr [5] Hum Growth & Develop 3 cr [5] Learning & Cognition 3 cr [5] Psyc 2106 Soc 1101 Soc 2130 Soc 2140 Spch 1121 Abnormal Psychology 3 cr [5] Intro to Sociology 3 cr [5] Intro to Womens Studies 3 cr [5] Society & Family Dynamics 3 cr [5] Intercultural Comm 3 cr [8]

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Modern Novel 3 cr [6] Hist 1111 Modern Drama 3 cr [6] Hist 1112 Modern Poetry 3 cr [6] Hum 1208 Modern Short Story 3 cr [6] Hum 1301 Mythology 3 cr [6] MCS 1101 Women Writers on Women 3 cr [6] Mus 1111 Spanish II 4 cr Mus 1113 World Regional Geog 3 cr [5] Psyc 2110 Cultural Geography 3 cr [5] Spch 1121 Thtr 1101 Ethics 3 cr [6] Am Politics & Govt 3 cr [5] Group Processes 3 cr [5] Literature & the Environment [6] Physical Geography 4 cr [5] Weather & Climate 3 cr [3] Environmental Science 3 cr [3] Soc 1201 Soc 2101 Soc 2120

European History I 4 cr [5] European History II 4 cr [5] Intl Study Experience 3 cr [6] World Religions 3 cr [6] Intro to Indian Studies 3 cr [5] Music Appreciation 3 cr [6] Music throughout the World 3 cr [6] Human Sexuality 3 cr [5] Intercultural Comm 3 cr [7] Intro to Theatre Arts 3 cr [6] Social Problems 3 cr [5] Contemp Indian Concerns 3 cr [5] Intro to Criminal Justice 3 cr [5]

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CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY (any course) War & Propaganda 3 cr [6] Phil 1111 Minority Studies 3 cr [5] PolS 1101 Intro to Philosophy 3 cr [6] Psyc 2100 Engl 2138 Geog 1101 Geog 1300 NSci 1101

10. PEOPLE & THE ENVIRONMENT (any course) Biol 1101 Human Biology 4 cr [3] Biol 1201 General Biology I 4 cr [3] Biol 1202 General Biology II 4 cr [3] Chem 1101 Fund of Chemistry I 4 cr [3]

Phys 1101 Fund of Physics I 4 cr [3] Phys 1102 Fund of Physics II 4 cr [3] Phys 1201 General Physics I 4 cr [3]

ADDITIONAL DEGREE REQUIREMENTS PHYSICAL EDUCATION/WELLNESS (a minimum of 3 credits) PE 1201 Wellness 2 cr AND One PE activity course (1101, 1102, 1105, 1108, 1111, 1114, 1117, 1121, 1124, 1125, 1127, 1130, 1131, 1132, 1133, 1136) COMPUTER SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY (a minimum of 2 credits) This requirement may be fulfilled in one of two ways: Demonstration of Proficiency (see your counselor) Successful completion of one of the following courses: CSci 1010* College Computing 2 cr CSci 1133 Intro to Internet Techology 3 cr CSci 1120 Intro to Computers 3 cr CSci 1150 Foundations of Technology 3 cr CSci 1123 Computer Databases 2 cr CSci 1201 Visual Basic Programming 3 cr CSci 1127 Intro to Multimedia 3 cr CSci 1205 C++ Programming 3 cr CSci 1130 Computer Spreadsheets 2 cr Geog 1204 Principles of Geographic Information Science 3 cr *credit-by-exam available 11. ELECTIVES Additional courses to total 60 credits Candidates for the Associate in Arts degree must complete the following minimum requirements: 60 credits in courses numbered at the 1000 & 2000 level; minimum GPA of 2.00; minimum of 40 General Education credits from Areas 1 through 10; minimum of 20 credits must be completed at ICC in cour ses numbered at the 1000 & 2000 level

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