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Appendix A: Articulated Associate Degrees

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

The following table is the list of Articulated Associate Degrees between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University (GCU). Students who complete a transfer-oriented associate degree (Associate of Arts or Associate of Science) may fulfill Grand Canyon University’s General Education requirements. Students without a transfer-oriented degree (Associate of Applied Science) must fulfill the General Education requirements and have a course-by-course evaluation completed. Additional programmatic admission requirements and transfer policy information can be found within the http://www.gcu.edu/Policy-Handbook.php.

Central Arizona College Degree Grand Canyon University Degree

Associate of Applied Science Degrees

 Associate of Applied Science in Accounting  Bachelor of Science in Accounting

 Associate of Applied Science in Administration of Justice  Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies

 Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management

 Associate of Applied Science in Agriculture  Bachelor of in Biology for Secondary Education (Ground Only)

 Associate of Applied Science in Business  Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

 Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies

 Bachelor of Science in Finance and Economics

 Bachelor of Science in Marketing

 Associate of Applied Science in Corrections  Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies

 Associate of Applied Science in Dietetic Technician  Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Health Education (Ground Only)

 Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science with an Emphasis in Physical Education (Ground Only)

 Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education – Family Child Care

 Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education – Infant/Toddler

 Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education – Management

 Associate of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education – Preschool

 Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education

 Associate of Applied Science in Fire Science Technology  Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management

 Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design  Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Web Design (Ground Only)

 Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Animation (Ground Only)

 Associate of Applied Science in Health Information Technology  Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration

 Associate of Applied Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management  Bachelor of Science in Business Management

 Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurial Studies

 Associate of Applied Science in Live Audio and Lighting  Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Production (Ground Only)

 Associate of Applied Science in Microcomputer Business Applications  Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an Emphasis in Business Intelligence

 Associate of Applied Science in Network Systems Administration  Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Emphasis in Business Entrepreneurship

 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Emphasis in Big Data Analytics

 Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with Emphasis in Game and Simulation Development

 Associate of Applied Science in Nursing  Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)

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Appendix A: Articulated Associate Degrees

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Degree Grand Canyon University Degree

 Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology  Bachelor of Science in Health Science: Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care

 Associate of Applied Science in School Business Administration  Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

 Associate of Applied Science in Sports Management  Bachelor of Science in Sports Management Associate of Arts Degrees

 Associate of Arts in Administration of Justice Studies

Bachelor of Science in Justice Studies

 Bachelor of Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management

 Associate of Arts in Athletic Studies  Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training (Ground Only)

 Associate of Arts in Fine Arts  Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Production (Ground Only)

 Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film with an Emphasis in Screenwriting (Ground Only)

 Associate of Arts in Elementary Education  Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

 Bachelor of Science in Elementary and Special Education (Dual Major)

 Bachelor of Science in Biology for Secondary Education (Ground Only)

 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry for Secondary Education (Ground Only)

 Bachelor of Science in Business for Secondary Education

 Bachelor of Science in Mathematics for Secondary Education

 Associate of Arts in Community Public Health  Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Associate of Science Degrees

 Associate of Science in Agriculture  Bachelor of Science in Business Administration

 Associate of Science in Chemistry  Bachelor of Science in Biology with an Emphasis in Pre-Medicine (Ground Only)

All Grand Canyon University programs follow a Program of Study, which can be changed by the University at any time. All Programs of Study are subject to the terms, conditions, and policies outlined in the University’s enrollment application and the http://www.gcu.edu/Policy-Handbook.php.

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

The following table is the assessment of the courses between Central Arizona College and Grand Canyon University (GCU). The following will be used in evaluating official transcripts.

These courses fulfill the competency requirements; however, the courses may not fulfill the credit requirements. To obtain an undergraduate degree at GCU, students are required to meet a minimum of 120 semester credit hours.

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

ACC-100 Fundamentals Of Accounting 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

ACC-121 Income Tax Fundamentals 3 ACC-460: Taxation 3

ACC-201 Financial Accounting 3 ACC-250: Financial Accounting 3

ACC-202 Managerial Accounting 3 ACC-350: Managerial Accounting 3

ACC-222 Payroll Accounting 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 ACC-226 Accounting With Quickbooks Pro 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 ACC-227 Accounting With Sage 50 Complete 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

AGS-101 World Of Plants 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4

AGS-104 Agricultural Environmental Science 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 AGS-122 Natural Resources & Conservation 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

AGS-130 Plant Science 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4

AJS-101 Introduction To Administration Of Justice 3 JUS-104: Introduction to Justice Studies 3

AJS-122 Traffic Control 3 General Elective 3

AJS-123 Ethics And The Administration Of Justice 3 JUS-460: Ethics in the Criminal Justice System 3

AJS-124 Defensive Tactics 3 General Elective 3

AJS-129 Survey of Law Enforcement 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

AJS-130 Firearms 3 General Elective 3

AJS-140 Communications In Law Enforce 3.5 General Elective 3.5

AJS-209 Substantive Criminal Law 3 JUS-230: Fundamentals of Criminal Law OR

JUS-430: Criminal Law

3

AJS-212 Juvenile Justice Procedures 3 JUS-452: Juvenile Delinquency and Justice 3

AJS-222 Criminalistics 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

AJS-224 Police Administration 3 JUS-320: The Police Function 3

AJS-225 Criminology 3 JUS-110: Crime and Criminology 3

AJS-230 The Police Function 3 JUS-320: The Police Function 3

AJS-240 The Corrections Function 3 JUS-330: The Correctional Function 3

AJS-260 Procedural Criminal Law 3 JUS-435: Criminal Procedure 3

AJS-270 Community Relations 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 AJS-275 Criminal Investigations 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ANS-111 Horseshoeing I 3 General Elective 3

ANS-121 Equine Facility Management I 1 General Elective 1

ANS-195 Careers In Veterinary Science 1 General Elective 1

ANS-226 Feeds And Feeding 3 General Elective 3

ARH-200 Principles Of Archaeology 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-100 Art Appreciation 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-101 Two-Dimensional Design 3 DDN-110: Design Fundamentals 3

ART-102 Three-Dimensional Design 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 ART-103 Beginning Jewelry Design & Metalsmithing 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-105 Ceramics I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-107 Drawing I 3 DDN-105: Drawing for the Visual Arts 3

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

ART-109 Color Theory 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-201 Painting I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-207 Art History I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-208 Art History II 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ART-215 Printmaking 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

ASB-201 Indians Of The Southwest 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 AST-101 Survey Of Astronomy 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 BIO-100 Biology Concepts 4 BIO-100: Biology Concepts

AND

BIO-100L: Biology Concepts-Lab

3 1 BIO-156 Human Biology For Allied Health 4 BIO-100: Biology Concepts

AND

BIO-100L: Biology Concepts-Lab

3 1 BIO-160 Introduction To Human Anatomy And Physiology 4 BIO-155: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

AND

BIO-155L: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Lab

3 1 BIO-181 General Biology I 4 BIO-181L: General Biology I - Lab

AND

BIO-181: General Biology I

3 1 BIO-182 General Biology II 4 BIO-182: General Biology II

AND

BIO-182L General Biology II - Lab

3 1 BIO-201 Human Anatomy And Physiology I 4 BIO-201: Human Anatomy and Physiology I

AND

BIO-201L: Human Anatomy and Physiology I: Lab

3 1 BIO-202 Human Anatomy And Physiology II 4 BIO-202: Human Anatomy and Physiology II

AND

BIO-202L: Human Anatomy and Physiology II-Lab

3 1 BIO-205 Microbiology 4 BIO-205L: Microbiology - Lab

AND

BIO-205: Microbiology

3 1

BUS-100 Introduction To Business 3 General Elective 3

BUS-101 Business Mathematics 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

BUS-120 Personal Money Management 3 General Elective 3

BUS-122 Small Business Management 3 General Elective 3

BUS-123 Business Relations 3 General Elective 3

BUS-180 Introduction To Marketing 3 MKT-245: Principles of Marketing 3 BUS-190 Principles of Management & Leadership 3 MGT-420: Organizational Behavior and

Management

3 BUS-201 Legal Environment Of Business 3 BUS-340: Ethical and Legal Issues in Business 3 BUS-207 Business Communications 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 BUS-208 Business Statistics 3 MAT-274: Probability and Statistics OR BUS-352:

Business Statistics

3

BUS-260 Applied Business Seminar 3 General Elective 3

CBA-110C MS Windows Basics 1 General Elective 1

CBA-112A MS Word - Basic 1 General Elective 1

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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2015-2017

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Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

CBA-112C MS Word - Advanced 1 General Elective 1

CBA-113A MS Excel - Basic 1 General Elective 1

CBA-113B MS Excel - Intermediate 1 General Elective 1

CBA-113C MS Excel - Advanced 1 General Elective 1

CBA-114A MS Access - Basic 1 General Elective 1

CBA-114B MS Access - Intermediate 1 General Elective 1

CBA-114C MS Access - Advanced 1 General Elective 1

CBA-116A MS PowerPoint - Basic 1 General Elective 1

CBA-116B MS PowerPoint Advanced 1 General Elective 1

CBA-117A MS Publisher - Basic 1 General Elective 1

CBA-117B MS Publisher - Intermediate 1 General Elective 1

CBA-122A MS Word - Module 1 2 General Elective 2

CBA-133A Spreadsheet Applications in Excel 3 General Elective 3

CBA-133B Advanced Spreadsheet Applications in Excel 3 General Elective 3

CBA-210 Web Development Tools 3 General Elective 3

CHM-130 Fundamental Chemistry 4 CHM-101: Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry

AND

CHM-101L: Introduction to General, Organic, and Biochemistry Lab

3

1 CHM-151 General Chemistry I 4 CHM-113: General Chemistry I-Lecture

AND

CHM-113L: General Chemistry I - Lab

3 1 CHM-152 General Chemistry II 4 CHM-115L: General Chemistry II - Lab

AND

CHM-115: General Chemistry II-Lecture

3 1 CHM-235 General Organic Chemistry I 4 CHM-231: Organic Chemistry I

AND CHM-231L: Organic Chemistry I Lab OR

CHM-225: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry AND CHM-225L: Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry Lab

3 1 3 1 CHM-236 General Organic Chemistry II 4 CHM-232: Organic Chemistry II

AND

CHM-232L: Organic Chemistry II Lab

3 1

CIS-110 Fundamentals of Computer Literacy 3 General Elective 3

CIS-111 Introduction To The Internet 2 General Elective 2

CIS-112 Web Page Design Fundamentals 1 General Elective 1

CIS-120 Survey of Computer Information Systems 3 BIT-200:Introduction to Computer Technology 3 CIS-121 Microcomputer Operating System Fundamentals 3 General Elective 3 CIS-123 Introduction to Programming 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 CIS-214 Application Development in Excel 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 CIS-217 Application Development in Access 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 COM-100 Fundamentals Of Human Communication 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 COM-101 Interpersonal Communication 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 COM-202 Introduction to Group Communication 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3

COM-206 Public Speaking 3 COM-210: Public Speaking 3

COM-263 Intercultural Communication 3 COM-263: Elements of Intercultural Communication 3

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

CPH-100 Introduction to Public Health 3 General Elective 3

CPH-178 Personal Health and Community Wellness 3 General Elective 3

CPH-296 Community Public Health Internship 3 General Elective 3

CUL-105 Food Safety Foundations 1 General Elective 1

CUL-125 Sustainable Food Practices 1 General Elective 1

CUL-130 Culinary Principles and Applications I 3 General Elective 3

CUL-160 Baking and Pastry I 3 General Elective 3

CUL-161 Cake Decorating 1 General Elective 1

CUL-170 Dining and Beverage Operations 2 General Elective 2

CUL-205 HACCP Principles 1 General Elective 1

DAN-194 Introduction To Country And Swing Dance 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1

DFT-127 Autocad I 3 General Elective 3

ECE-101 Introduction to the Child Care Profession 3 General Elective 3 ECE-117

AND ECE-272

Guidance for Family Childcare AND

Family Child Care Environments

6 ECH-135: Child Guidance, Management and the Environment AND General Elective 4 2 ECE-120B, ECE-120D, ECE- 125A,ECE-128A

Providing A Healthy Environment, Ensuring a Safe Environment for Children, Nutrition, and Environments for Infants and Toddlers

4 ECH-235: Child Growth and Development: Health, Safety, Nutrition, and Fitness

4 ECE-121, ECE-122, ECE-123, and ECE-116

Health for Family Childcare, Safety for Family Childcare, Nutrition for Family Childcare, and Guiding And Observing Children

4 ECH-235: Child Growth and Development: Health, Safety, Nutrition, and Fitness

4

ECE-124 Active Learning in Math and Science 3 General Elective 3

ECE-129B Observation Skills in the Infant and Toddler Program 1 General Elective 1 ECE-129C Record Keeping Skills: Infant and Toddler Programs 1 General Elective 1

ECE-276 Child Development 3 PSY-354: Child Psychology 3

ECE-176 Early Childhood Development and Theories 3 General Elective 3 ECE-177 Ages and Stages of Children 0-12 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 ECE-183 Curriculum and Learning Materials for Infants 1 General Elective 1 ECE-184 Curriculum and Learning Materials for Toddlers 1 General Elective 1 ECE-212 Creative Expressions for Young Children 3 General Elective 3 ECE-220 Managing Food, Health and Safety in Childcare

Programs

3 General Elective 3

ECE-221 ECE Program Financial Management 3 General Elective 3

ECE-222 Managing and Evaluating ECE Programs 3 General Elective 3

ECE-223 Planning and Promoting an ECE Program 3 General Elective 3 ECE-224 Supervision in Early Childhood Programs 3 General Elective 3 ECE-226A Cognitive Development of Infants and Toddlers 1 General Elective 1 ECE-226C Language Development of Infants and Toddlers 1 General Elective 1 ECE-227B Guidance and Discipline of Infants and Toddlers 1 General Elective 1 ECE-227C Enhancing Social Competency of Infants and Toddlers 1 General Elective 1 ECE-228B Physical Development in Infancy/Toddlerhood 1 General Elective 1

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

ECE-231 Planning An Early Childhood Program 1 General Elective 1

ECE-248 Early Childhood Program Philosophies 1 General Elective 1

ECE-250 Professionalism 1 General Elective 1

ECE-254 Emerging Literacy 3 General Elective 3

ECE-255 Communications for Family Child Care 3 ECH-325: Child, Family, Community, and Culture 3

ECE-257 The Business of Family Child Care 3 General Elective 3

ECE-271 Creating Early Childhood Environments 3 ECH-135: Child Guidance, Management and the Environment

3 ECE-276 Child Development 3 PSY-354: Child Psychology OR ELM-200: Child and

Early Adolescent Development and Psychology

3 ECE-278 Effective Curriculum Design for Teachers of Young

Children

3 General Elective 3

ECE-279 Curriculum for Family Child Care 3 General Elective 3

ECE-280 Inclusion Of Children With Special Needs 3 General Elective 3

ECE-283 Valuing Families And Diversity 3 General Elective 3

ECN-201 AND ECN-202 Principles Of Macroeconomics AND Principles of Microeconomics

6 ECN-220: Introduction to Economics AND

General Education: Global Awareness

4 2

EDU-218 Syllabus And Lesson Plans 1 General Elective 1

EDU-221 Introduction To Education 3 EDU-210: Foundations of Education 3 EDU-222 Introduction To Special Education 3 SPE-226 Educating the Exceptional Learner 3

EDU-225 Relationships In The Classroom 3 General Elective 3

EDU-228 Behavior Management 3 General Elective 3

EDU-230 Cultural Values In Education 3 EDU-230: Cultural Diversity in the Classroom 3 EDU-240 Provisional Structured English Immersion 3 ESL-223N: SEI English Language Teaching:

Foundations & Methodologies

3 EDU-250 Structured English Immersion II 3 ESL-433N: Advanced Methodologies for Structured

English Immersion

3 EIT-100 History Of Rock N' Roll 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 EIT-101 Introduction to Entertainment 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

EIT-120 Entertainment Law 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

EIT-130 Live Sound Production I 3 General Elective 3

EIT-140 Introduction to Lighting 3 General Elective 3

EIT-151 Digital Audio Workstation 3 General Elective 3

EIT-203 Entertainment Capstone Project 2 General Elective 2

EIT-221 Entertainment Marketing and Promotion 3 General Elective 3

EIT-231 Live Audio Production II 3 General Elective 3

EIT-232 Equipment Maintenance 3 General Elective 3

EIT-241 Concert Lighting 3 General Elective 3

EIT-242 Rigging 3 General Elective 3

EIT-261 Acting for the Camera 3 DFP-115: Acting for the Camera

EIT-296 Entertainment Internship 3 General Elective 3

ELC-122 Direct Current and Alternating Current Circuit Analysis 3 General Elective 3

ELC-220 Active Circuits 3 General Elective 3

EMS-100 CPR for Professionals 0.5 General Elective 0.5

EMS-123 First Responder 3 General Elective 3

EMS-125 Emergency Medical Technician 8 General Elective 8

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

EMS-191 Neonatal Resuscitation Program 1 General Elective 1

EMS-200 Basic EMT Refresher 2 General Elective 2

EMS-240 Advanced Cardiac Life Support 2 General Elective 2

EMS-245 Prehospital Trauma Management/PHTLS 1 General Elective 1

EMS-272A Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic, Module I

17.5 General Elective 17.5

EMS-272B Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic, Module II

8.5 General Elective 8.5

EMS-272C Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic, Module III

8.5 General Elective 8.5

EMS-272D Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic Practicum I

6 General Elective 6

EMS-272E Advanced Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic Practicum II

6 General Elective 6

ENG-100 English Composition II 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 ENG-101 English Composition III 3 ENG-105: English Composition I 3 ENG-102 English Composition IV 3 ENG-106: English Composition II 3 ENG-121 Applied Technical Writing 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 ENG-200 Introduction To Creative Writing 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3 ENG-205 Introduction To The Study Of Language 3 ENG-358: Introduction to Grammar and Linguistics 3

ENV-101 Environmental Science 4 BIO-220: Environmental Science 4

FSC-106 Principles of Emergency Services 3 General Elective 3

FSC-108 Fundamentals of Fire Prevention 3 General Elective 3

FSC-111 Emergency Driver Operator 2 General Elective 2

FSC-117 Fire Apparatus And Equipment 3 General Elective 3

FSC-118 Fire Hydraulics 3 General Elective 3

FSC-119 Fire Service Ethics 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 FSC-129 Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations 3 General Elective 3 FSC-134 Fitness and Conditioning for Firefighters 3 General Elective 3

FSC-140 Firefighter I And II 11 General Elective 11

FSC-180 Wild land Fire - Module I 3 General Elective 3

FSC-202 Supervisory Training for Firefighters 3 General Elective 3 FSC-208 Firefighting Safety And Building Construction 3 General Elective 3 FSC-238 Vehicular Extrication and Victim Stabilization 2 General Elective 2

FSC-252 Engine Company Officer 1 General Elective 1

GLG-101 Physical Geology 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4

GLG-102 Historical Geology 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 GLG-110 Environmental Geology 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 HCC-100 Introduction To Health Care 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

HCC-110A Medical Terminology A 3 General Elective 3

HCC-110B Medical Terminology B 3 General Elective 3

HCC-111 AND HIM-121

Health Care Law And Ethics AND Legal Aspects of Health Information

4 HLT -305 Legal and Ethical Principles in Health Care 4

HCC-112 Interpersonal Skills 2 General Elective 2

HCC-113 Mathematical Concepts And Dosage Calculations For Health Occupations

1 General Elective 1

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester Credits HIM-115 AND HIM-117

Health Information Technology I AND

Health Information Technology II

6 HCA-360: Health Information Technology and Management

AND

General Elective

4

2

HIM-117 Health Information Technology II 3 General Elective 3

HIM-121 Legal Aspects of Health Information 2 General Elective 2

HIM-131 Introduction To Insurance And Insurance Billing I 3 General Elective 3 HIM-138

AND HIM-158 AND HIM-208

ICD Coding AND CPT Coding AND Advanced Coding 8 HCA-240: Health Care Accounting and Billing AND

General Elective

4 4 HIM-156 Introduction To Medical Transcription 3 General Elective 3

HIM-157 Intermediate Medical Transcription 3 General Elective 3

HIM-158 CPT Coding 3 General Elective 3

HIM-160 Health Information Technology Seminar 2 General Elective 2 HIM-161 Introduction To Insurance And Insurance Billing II 3 General Elective 3

HIM-169 Advance Medical Transcription 3 General Elective 3

HIM-200 Healthcare Reimbursement 2 General Elective 2

HIM-205 Healthcare Statistics and Research 2 General Elective 2

HIM-208 Advanced Coding 2 General Elective 2

HIM-210 Supervision and Quality 2 General Elective 2

HIM-215 Health Information Systems 3 General Elective 3

HIM-275Q Health Information Technology Practicum 4 General Elective 4 HIS-101

and HIS-102

United States History I AND United States History II 6 221: Themes in United States History OR HIS-144: U.S History Themes

AND

General Education: Global Awareness

4 2 HIS-103 History of Western Civilization I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 HIS-104 History of Western Civilization II 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

HIS-105 Arizona History 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

HIS-106 Mexican-American History 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 HIS-107 African-American History I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 HIS-108 Eastern Civilization - Beginnings to 1850 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 HIS-201 Women In United States History 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 HMC-250 Humanities in the Western World I 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

HNR-204 Honors Colloquium I 3 General Elective 3

HNR-205 Honors Colloquium II 3 General Elective 3

HPM-125 Nursing Assistant 6 General Elective 6

HPM-140 Medical Assisting Skills I 4 General Elective 4

HPM-141 Medical Assisting Skills II 4 General Elective 4

HPM-162 Basic Pharmacology For Health Occupations 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

HPM-171 Administrative Medical Procedures 4 General Elective 4

HPM-173 Pathophysiology 3 BIO-483: Pathophysiology 3

HPM-175C Practicum - Medical Assistant Degree Practicum 4 General Elective 4 HPM-175E Medical Assistant Certificate Practicum 4 General Elective 4

HRM-100 Introduction to Hospitality 3 General Elective 3

HRM-101 Facilities Management 3 General Elective 3

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

HRM-103 Managing Foodservice Operations 3 General Elective 3

HRM-106 Supervision in the Hospitality Industry 3 General Elective 3

HRM-208 Hospitality Law 3 General Elective 3

LIT-101 Introduction To Literature 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

LIT-201 American Literature I 3 ENG-350: American Literature I 3

LIT-202 American Literature II 3 ENG-353: American Literature II 3

LIT-203 English Literature I 3 ENG-260: English Literature I 3

LIT-204 English Literature II 3 ENG-270: English Literature II 3

LIT-206 World Literature 3 ENG-250: Analysis of World Literature 3 LIT-254A Literature And Film 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 LIT-291 Children's Literature for Educators 3 SED-435: Adolescent Literacy 3 MAT-101 Essential Mathematics 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 MAT-121 Intermediate Algebra Standard 4 MAT-134: Applications of Algebra 4 MAT-122 Intermediate Algebra, Accelerated 3 MAT-134: Applications of Algebra 3 MAT-141 College Mathematics, Standard 4 MAT-144: College Mathematics 4 MAT-151 College Algebra, Standard 4 MAT-250: College Algebra and Trigonometry 4 MAT-162 Applied Statistics 3 MAT-274: Probability and Statistics 3 MAT-182 Trigonometry With Algebra Review 4 MAT-250: College Algebra and Trigonometry 4 MAT-187 Pre-Calculus 5 MAT-250: College Algebra and Trigonometry OR

MAT-261: Pre-Calculus

5 MAT-201 Mathematics For Elementary Teachers I 3 MAT-150: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I 3 MAT-202 Mathematics For Elementary Teachers II 3 MAT-151: Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II 3 MAT-211 Brief Calculus Standard 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 MAT-215 Mathematics For Business Analysis 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 MAT-221 Analytical Geometry And Calculus I 4 MAT-252: Calculus and Analytic Geometry I 4 MAT-231 Analytical Geometry And Calculus II 4 MAT-253: Calculus and Analytic Geometry II 4 MAT-241 Analytical Geometry And Calculus III 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 MAT-221

AND MAT-231 AND MAT-241

Analytical Geometry And Calculus I AND Analytical Geometry And Calculus II AND Analytical Geometry And Calculus III

12 MAT-262: Calculus for Science in Engineering I AND MAT-264: Calculus for Science and Engineering II AND General Education Critical Thinking

8 4 MAT-262 Ordinary Differential Equations 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

MHL-100 Music Appreciation 3 MUS-210: Music Appreciation 3

MHL-207 Survey Of Jazz/Popular Music 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3 MSC-101 Media and Society 3 COM-126: Communications and the Media 3 MSC-102 Writing for the Print Media I 3 General Education: Effective Communication 3

MSC-110 Publications 3 General Elective 3

MSC-120 Graphics Design and Adobe InDesign 3 General Elective 3

MSC-122 Introduction to Web Design 3 DGN-230: Web Design 3

MSC-125 Introduction to Illustrator 3 General Elective 3

MSC-130 Digital Photography And Photoshop 3 DDN-215: Digital Photography I 3

MSC-205 Portfolio Preparation 3 General Elective 3

MSC-220 Advanced Graphic Design 3 DDN-210: Designing with Type 3

MSC-230 Advanced Digital Photography and Adobe Photoshop 3 DDN-315: Digital Photography II 3

MTC-100 Music Fundamentals 3 MUS-125: Music Theory I 3

MTC-101 Aural Fundamentals 0.5 General Education: Global Awareness 0.5

MUP-104 Concert Choir 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

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Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

MUP-109P Private Instruction: Piano Keyboard 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1

MUP-117 Jazz Choir 2 General Education: Global Awareness 2

MUT-100 Music Technology 3 General Elective 3

NTR-104 Nutrition 3 BIO-319: Applied Nutrition 3

NTR-105 ServSafe Certification 1 General Elective 1

NTR-123 Nutrition Throughout the Lifecycle 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

NTR-127 Breastfeeding And Human Lactation 1 General Elective 1

NTR-129 Introduction to Health Care for Nutrition Professionals 3 HLT-100: Health Care Roles and Integration of Patient Care

3

NTR-131 Introduction To Diabetes 3 General Elective 3

NTR-134 Healthy Weight For Kids 1 General Elective 1

NTR-135 Healthy Weight For Adults 1 General Elective 1

NTR-136 Management of Gestational Diabetes 1 General Elective 1

NTR-141 Nutrition And Wellness 4 BIO-319:Applied Nutrition 4

NTR-142 Applied Food Science 3 General Elective 3

NTR-150 Overview of Nutrition Professions 1 General Elective 1

NTR-157 Foundations of Dietetic Technician Internship 2 General Elective 2 NTR-191 Nutrition Counseling Skill Development 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

NTR-200 Human Nutrition 3 BIO-319: Applied Nutrition 3

NTR-201 Nutrition Literacy 1 General Elective 1

NTR-222 Nutrition Assessment 3 General Elective 3

NTR-223 Food Service Management 3 General Elective 3

NTR-240 Clinical Nutrition 3 General Elective 3

NTR-232A Food And Culture 1 General Education: Global Awareness 1

NTR-272 Certified Breastfeeding Counselor 3 General Elective 3

NTR-295 Dietetic Technician Professional Practice Internship 1 General Elective 1

NTR-296 Dietetic Technician Internship 6 General Elective 6

NUR-121 Intro to Nursing Transitions 8 General Elective 8

NUR-122 Nursing Health Illness Transitions 8 General Elective 8

NUR-126 Principles of Pharmacology and Drug Dosages 2 General Elective 2

NUR-145 Pharmacology 3 General Elective 3

NUR-221 Nursing Developmental Transitions 8 General Elective 8

NUR-222 Nursing Organizational Transitions 8 General Elective 8

OAS-101 Keyboard - Alphabetic 1 General Elective 1

OAS-103 Keyboard-Speed/Accuracy 1 General Elective 1

OAS-104 Ten-Key Pad 1 General Elective 1

PAC-101J Basic and Beginning Techniques of Weight Training 1 General Elective 1 PAC-101K Basic and Beginning Techniques of Yoga 1 General Elective 1 PAC-101L Basic and Beginning Techniques of Karate 1 General Elective 1

PAC-101R Aerobic Weight Training I 1 General Elective 1

PAC-102A Intermediate Golf 1 General Elective 1

PAC-102J Intermediate Weight Training 1 General Elective 1

PAC-102K Intermediated Yoga And Fitness 1 General Elective 1

PAC-103 Special Activity (Adaptive) 1 General Elective 1

PAC-104 Police Officer Physical Training 3 General Elective 3

PAC-108 Zumba® 1 General Elective 1

PAC-111 Water Aerobics 1 General Elective 1

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

PAC-121 Theory and Practice of Basketball I 2 General Elective 2

PAC-123 Theory and Practice of Track and Field I 2 General Elective 2 PAC-200 Advanced Competition/Fitness Swimming 2 General Elective 2

PAC-201J Advanced Weight Training 2 General Elective 2

PAC-207 Lifeguard Training 1 General Elective 1

PAC-221 Theory and Practice of Basketball II 2 General Elective 2

PED-100 History and Philosophical Foundations of Sport and Physical Education

3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

PED-101 History of Intercollegiate Athletics 3 General Elective 3

PED-102 The Management of Sport 3 BUS-232: Introduction to Sports Management 3

PED-103 Foundations of Exercise 3 General Elective 3

PED-104 Anatomical Kinesiology 3 General Elective 3

PED-105 Women and Sport in the U.S. 3 General Elective 3

PED-108 Introduction To Athletic Training 3 General Elective 3

PED-109A Athletic Training Practicum I 2 General Elective 2

PEH-101 Personal Health 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

PEH-111 Nutrition For Health And Fitness 3 BIO-319: Applied Nutrition 3

PED-112 Introduction to Strength Training 3 General Elective 3

PEH-101 Personal Health 3 General Elective 3

PEH-200 Sports Safety Training 3 General Elective 3

PEV-110 Rodeo Sports Events I 2 General Elective 2

PEV-201 Varsity Basketball I 1 General Elective 1

PEV-211 Varsity Basketball II 1 General Elective 1

PHI-101 Introduction To Philosophy 3 PHI-103: Introduction to Philosophy and Ethics 3 PHI-105 Introduction To Ethics 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

PHI-112 World Religions 3 INT-244: World Religions 3

PHY-121 University Physics I: Mechanic 4 PHY-111: General Physics I-Lecture AND

PHY-111L: General Physics I - Lab

3 1 PHY-122 University Physics II: Electricity and Magnetism 4 PHY-112: General Physics II-Lecture

AND

PHY-112L: General Physics II - Lab

3 1 POS-103 Arizona Constitutional Government 1 General Education: Global Awareness

OR

General Education: Global Awareness

1

POS-220 U.S. and Arizona Constitutions 3 POS-301: Arizona and Federal Government AND

General Education: Global Awareness

2 1 PSY-101 Introduction To Psychology 3 PSY-102: General Psychology 3 PSY-202 Psychology Of Abnormality 3 PSY-470: Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY-203 Developmental Psychology 3 PSY-357: Lifespan Development 3 PSY-230 Introduction To Statistics 3 STA-299T: Statistics Transfer

OR

MAT-274: Probability and Statistics

3

RAD-100 Fundamentals of Radiologic Science and Health Care 1 General Elective 1

RAD-110 Radiographic Positioning 4 General Elective 4

RAD-120 Principles of Radiographic Exposure 3 General Elective 3

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

RAD-140 Practicum I 3 General Elective 3

RAD-150 Radiation Physics I 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 RAD-160 Radiographic Positioning II 4 General Education: Critical Thinking 4 RAD-170 Principles of Radiographic Exposure II 3 General Elective 3

RAD-180 Practicum II 3 General Elective 3

RAD-200 Practicum III 7 General Elective 7

RAD-210 Radiation Physics II 3 General Elective 3

RAD-220 Radiographic Positioning and Anatomy III 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3 RAD-230 Radiobiology and Radiation Protection 3 General Elective 3

RAD-240 Practicum IV 4 General Elective 4

RAD-250 Pharmacology and Venipuncture 1 General Elective 1

RAD-260 Radiographic Pathology 2 General Elective 2

RAD-270 Advanced Imaging 2 General Elective 2

RAD-280 Registry Review 3 General Elective 3

RAD-290 Practicum V 4 General Elective 4

REC-101 Recreation, Leisure and the Quality of Life 3 General Elective 3

REC-108 Recreation Practicum 3 General Elective 3

REC-203 Leisure Delivery Systems 3 General Elective 3

REC-220 Intro to Nonprofit Youth and Human Services Agencies 3 General Elective 3

REC-230 Program Planning 3 General Elective 3

REC-250 Leadership in Recreation 3 General Elective 3

RDG-094 College Reading 3 Not eligible for transfer credit. 0

SBO-124A SBO Budget and Finance 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

SBO-125A SBO Purchasing 3 General Elective 3

SBO-126A SBO Food Service Operations 3 General Elective 3

SBO-127A Risk Management 3 General Elective 3

SBO-128A Management 3 General Elective 3

SBO-130A Accounting 3 General Education: Critical Thinking 3

SBO-131A SBO Personnel 3 General Elective 3

SBO-132A SBO Maintenance and Operations 3 General Elective 3

SBO-133A SBO Personnel 3 General Elective 3

SBO-134A SBO Transportation 3 General Elective 3

SBO-290 Business Manager Internship 3 General Elective 3

SBO-124 Budget and Finance for SBO 2 General Education: Critical Thinking 2 SBO-181 Advanced Budget and Finance 2 General Education: Critical Thinking 2

SBO-125 Purchasing for SBO 2 General Elective 2

SBO-180 Advanced Purchasing 2 General Elective 2

SBO-126 Introduction to School Food Service 2 General Elective 2

SBO-127 Risk Management for SBO 2 General Elective 2

SBO-128 School Business Management for SBO 2 General Elective 2

SBO-130 Accounting for SBO 2 General Education: Critical Thinking 2

SBO-133 Information Technology for SBO 2 General Elective 2

SBO-134 Transportation for SBO 2 General Elective 2

SBO-190 SBO Lab 1 General Elective 1

SLG-101 American Sign Language I 4 General Education: Effective Communication 4 SOC-100 Introduction To Sociology 3 SOC-102: Principles of Sociology 3 SOC-102 Contemporary Issues in Society 3 SOC-220: Social Problems 3

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Appendix B: Course Equivalency Guide

Central Arizona College

2015-2017

Central Arizona College Grand Canyon University

Course Code

Course Title

Credits Course Equivalency

Applied Semester

Credits

SOC-203 Marriage And Family 3 SOC-320: Marriage and Family 3

SPA-101 Elementary Spanish I 4 SPA-104: Elementary Spanish I 4

SPA-102 Elementary Spanish II 4 SPA-105: Elementary Spanish II 4

SPA-115 Conversational Spanish I 3 SPA-309: Spanish Conversation 3

THE-100 Theatre Appreciation 3 TRE-125: Introduction to Theatre 3

THE-105 Lighting 1 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

THE-115 Introduction To Cinema 3 DFP-101: Introduction to Cinema: History & Aesthetics

3 THE-116 Contemporary Cinema 3 General Education: Global Awareness 3

THE-261 Acting for the Camera 3 DFP-115: Acting for the Camera 3

WLD-121 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I 3 General Elective 3

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# Credits

Required Credits Applied

Credits Needed

I. General Education 39 27.00 12.00

II. Major Courses 74 18.00 56.00

III. Elective Requirements 7 7.00 0.00

120 52.00 68.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 ENG-102 3 COM-206 3 COM-126 3 Grammar/Writing 3 ENG-101 3 0.00 College Composition Modular (3 Credits) Social and Behavioral Science 3 American Government (3 Credits) Arts and Humanities 6 American Literature (6 Credits) TOTAL 39 27 12.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 12.00 3 ART-102 3 3 12 0.00 0.00 3-4 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

MAT-121

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Animation

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design

2015-2017

Effective Communication

Requirement

13 4.00

13-16 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU) TOTAL

POSSIBLE TRANSFER CREDIT SUMMARY

I. General Education

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6

Credits) 10-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

College Algebra (3 Credits) Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) or Level 2 (12 Credits) Critical Thinking/College Mathematics Global Awareness Requirement

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Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed

DDN 100 Survey of the Visual Arts 4 4.00

DDN 105 Drawing for the Visual Arts 4 ART-107 3 1.00

DDN 110 Design Fundamentals 4 ART-101 3 1.00

DDN 215 Digital Photography I 4 MSC-130 3 1.00

DDN 210 Designing with Type 4 MSC-220 3 1.00

DDN 205 Figure Drawing 4 4.00

DDN 220 2D Animation Design 4 4.00

DDN 230 Sculpture 4 4.00

DDN 300 Web Design I 4 MSC-122 3 1.00

DDN 330 3D Modeling Design I 4 4.00

DDN 305 Drawing for Animation 4 4.00

DDN 340 History of Design 4 4.00

DDN 315 Digital Photography II 4 MSC-230 3 1.00

DDN 360 3D Modeling Design II 4 4.00

DDN 365 3D Animation and the

Mechanics of Motion 4 4.00

DDN 400 Business for the Design

Professional 4 4.00

DDN 410 3D Short Film Production 4 4.00

DDN 415 3D Visual Effects and

Lighting 4 4.00

DDN 420 Advanced Animation 4 4.00

DDN 475 Advanced Design Practicum 4 4.00

TOTAL 80 18 62.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

BIO or PHY Lab Science 4.00

ART-109 3.00

TOTAL:

7 7.00 0

Course Reason for not transferring

MSC-125 Does Not Meet Content PAC or DAN Course Does Not Meet Content AGB-124 or CIS-120 Does Not Meet Content

RDG-094 Remedial

BUS-122 Does Not Meet Content MSC-120 Does Not Meet Content Notes

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php

Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

7

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# Credits

Required Credits Applied

Credits Needed

I. General Education 40 28.00 12.00

II. Major Courses 74 18.00 56.00

III. Elective Requirements 6 6.00 0.00

120 52.00 68.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 ENG-102 3 COM-206 3 MSC-101 3

Grammar/Writing 3 ENG-101 3 0.00 College Composition Modular (3 Credits)

MAT-121 4 ART-102 3 Social and Behavioral Science 3 American Government (3 Credits) Arts and Humanities 6 American Literature (6 Credits) TOTAL 40 28 12.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 12.00

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Design with an Emphasis in Web Design

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design

2015-2017

POSSIBLE TRANSFER CREDIT SUMMARY

Global Awareness Requirement Effective Communication Requirement 13 4 12

13-16 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

3-4 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU) Critical

Thinking/College Mathematics

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed TOTAL

I. General Education

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6 Credits) 10-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

College Algebra (3 Credits) Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) or Level 2 (12 Credits) 4.00 0.00 0.00

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Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed

DDN 100 Survey of the Visual Arts 4 4.00

DDN 105 Drawing for the Visual Arts 4 ART-107 3 1.00

DDN 110 Design Fundamentals 4 ART-101 3 1.00

DDN 215 Digital Photography I 4 MSC-130 3 1.00

DDN 210 Designing with Type 4 MSC-220 3 1.00

DDN 205 Figure Drawing 4 4.00 DDN 220 2D Animation Design 4 4.00 DDN 230 Sculpture 4 4.00 DDN 300 Web Design I 4 MSC-122 3 1.00 DDN 330 3D Modeling Design I 4 4.00 DDN 340 History of Design 4 4.00 DDN 315 Digital Photography II 4 MSC-230 3 1.00 DDN 350 Web Design II 4 4.00 DDN 335 Web Applications 4 4.00

DDN 400 Business for the Design

Professional 4 4.00

DDN 355 Content Management

Systems 4 4.00

DDN 430 Programming for the Web I 4 4.00

DDN 440 Interactive Web Design 4 4.00

DDN 450 Programming for the Web II 4 4.00

DDN 475 Advanced Design Practicum 4 4.00

TOTAL 80 18 62.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

ART-109 3.00

BUS-122 3.00

TOTAL:

6 6.00 0

Course Reason for not transferring

PAC or DAN Course Does Not Meet Content

RDG-094 Remedial

AGB-124 or CIS-120 Does Not Meet Content MSC-120 Does Not Meet Content MSC-125 Does Not Meet Content

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php

Notes Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

6

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# Credits

Required Credits Applied

Credits Needed

I. General Education 37 29.00 8.00

II. Major Courses 56 6.00 50.00

III. Elective Requirements 27 27.00 0.00

120 62.00 58.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 ENG-102 3

CAC COM Course 3

Associates Degree 4 Grammar/Writing 3 ENG-101 3 0.00 College Composition Modular (3 Credits) MAT141 or higher 4

CAC Arts and Humanities

Course

4

CAC Arts and Humanities Course 4 American Government (3 Credits)

CAC Social and

Behavioral Course 4 American Literature (6 Credits) TOTAL 37 29 8.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 8.00 Global Awareness Requirement Effective Communication Requirement 10 4 12 Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) or Level 2 (12 Credits) Critical Thinking/College Mathematics 0.00

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6

Credits) I. General Education

13-16 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

0.00

3-4 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU) 0.00

10-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

College Algebra (3 Credits) TOTAL

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Associate of Arts in Fine Arts

2015-2017

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film

with an Emphasis in Production

(20)

Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed DFP 101 Introduction to Cinema: History &

Aesthetics 4 THE-115 3 1.00 DFP 111 Digital Video Production I 4 4.00 DFP 113 Film Financing, Budgeting, and Distribution 4 4.00

DFP 115 Acting for the

Camera 4 THE-261 3 1.00

DFP 331 Visual Media and

Storytelling 4 4.00 DFP 221 Screenwriting I 4 4.00 DFP 223 Cinematography 4 4.00 DFP 225 Nonlinear Editing 4 4.00 DFP 227 Audio Production and Design 4 4.00 DFP 311 Cinema Directing 4 4.00 DFP 361 Music Video/ Documentary Production 4 4.00 DFP 451 Digital Production II 4 4.00 DFP 455 Advanced Digital Post-Production 4 4.00 DFP 480 Digital Production Practicum 4 4.00 TOTALS 56 6 50.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course

Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

ART-101 3.00 ART-102 3.00 ART-107 3.00 ART-109 3.00 ART-207 3.00 ART-208 3.00 MSC-205 3.00 CIS-120 3.00 Studio Electives 3.00 TOTAL: 27 27.00 0

Course Reason for not transferring

CIS-120 All Buckets Full Studio Electives All Buckets Full

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php Notes

Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

27

(21)

# Credits Required Credits Applied Credits Needed

I. General Education 37 29.00 8.00

II. Major Courses 56 6.00 50.00

III. Elective Requirements 27 27.00 0.00

120 62.00 58.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 ENG-102 3

CAC COM Course 3

Associates Degree 4 Grammar/Writing 3 ENG-101 3 0.00 College Composition Modular (3 Credits) MAT-141 or higher 4

CAC Arts and

Humanities Course 4

CAC Arts and

Humanities Course 4

American Government (3

Credits)

CAC Social and

Behavioral Course 4 American Literature (6 Credits) TOTAL 37 29 8.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 8.00

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Bachelor of Science in Digital Film

with an Emphasis in Screenwriting

Associate of Arts in Fine Arts

2015-2017

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6

Credits) I. General Education

13-16 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

0.00 POSSIBLE TRANSFER CREDIT SUMMARY

10-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

College Algebra (3 Credits) Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) or Level 2 (12 Credits) Critical Thinking/College Mathematics TOTAL Global Awareness Requirement Effective Communication Requirement 10 4 12

3-4 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU) 0.00

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Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed DFP 101 Introduction to Cinema: History &

Aesthetics 4 THE-115 3 1.00 DFP 111 Digital Video Production I 4 4.00 DFP 113 Film Financing, Budgeting, and Distribution 4 4.00

DFP 115 Acting for the

Camera 4 THE-261 3 1.00

DFP 331 Visual Media and

Storytelling 4 4.00 DFP 221 Screenwriting I 4 4.00 DFP 223 Cinematography 4 4.00 DFP 225 Nonlinear Editing 4 4.00 DFP 227 Audio Production and Design 4 4.00 DFP 311 Cinema Directing 4 4.00 DFP 346 Development and Production of TV Commercials 4 4.00 DFP 457 Screenwriting II 4 4.00 DFP 463 Adapting Media to Screenplays 4 4.00 DFP 470 Screenwriting Capstone 4 4.00 TOTALS 56 6 50.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

ART-101 3.00 ART-102 3.00 ART-107 3.00 ART-109 3.00 CIS-120 3.00 ART-207 3.00 MSC-205 9.00 27 27.00 0

Course Reason for not transferring

ART-208 All Buckets Full

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php

Notes Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

27

(23)

# Credits

Required Credits Applied

Credits Needed

I. General Education 38 22.00 16.00

II. Major Courses 56 3.00 53.00

III. Elective Requirements 26 26.00 0.00

120 51.00 69.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 COM-100 3 Grammar/Writing 3 ENG-101 3 0.00 College Composition Modular (3 Credits) MAT-121 4 EIT-100 Arts and Humanities 3 PSY-101 Social and Behavioral Sciences 3 EIT-101 3 American Government (3 Credits) EIT-120 3 American Literature (6 Credits) TOTAL 38 22 16.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 16.00 Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) or Level 2 (12 Credits) Critical Thinking/College Mathematics 0.00 12

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6

Credits) I. General Education

13-16 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

0.00

3-4 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU) 8.00

10-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

College Algebra (3 Credits) Global Awareness Requirement Effective Communication Requirement 11 4 TOTAL

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Associate of Applied Science in Live Audio and Lighting

2015-2017

Bachelor of Arts in Digital Film

with an Emphasis in Production

(24)

Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed DFP 101 Introduction to Cinema: History &

Aesthetics 4 4.00 DFP 111 Digital Video Production I 4 4.00 DFP 113 Film Financing, Budgeting, and Distribution 4 4.00

DFP 115 Acting for the

Camera 4 EIT-261 3 1.00

DFP 331 Visual Media and

Storytelling 4 4.00 DFP 221 Screenwriting I 4 4.00 DFP 223 Cinematography 4 4.00 DFP 225 Nonlinear Editing 4 4.00 DFP 227 Audio Production and Design 4 4.00 DFP 311 Cinema Directing 4 4.00 DFP 361 Music Video/ Documentary Production 4 4.00 DFP 451 Digital Production II 4 4.00 DFP 455 Advanced Digital Post-Production 4 4.00 DFP 480 Digital Production Practicum 4 4.00 TOTALS 56 3 53.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course

Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

BUS-122 3.00 EIT-140 3.00 EIT-203 2.00 EIT-221 3.00 EIT-231 3.00 EIT-232 3.00 EIT-241 3.00 EIT-242 3.00 EIT-296 3.00 26 26.00 0

Course Reason for not transferring

ELC-122 Does Not Meet Content EIT-151 or MUT-100 Does Not Meet Content PAC or DAN course Does Not Meet Content AGB-124 or CIS-120 Does Not Meet Content

RDG-094 Remedial

CIS-112 Does Not Meet Content EIT-130 Does Not Meet Content Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

26

III. Elective Requirements

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php

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2015-2017

# Credits

Required Credits Applied

Credits Needed

I. General Education 36 20.00 16.00

II. Major Courses 60 16.00 44.00

III. Elective Requirements 24 24.00 0.00

120 60.00 60.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 Oral Communications 3 ENG-101 3

BUS-101 3 Biology (6 Credits)

Physical and

Biological Science 4

College Mathematics 4 MAT-141 4 0.00

College Mathematics (3 Credits) Arts and Humanities 3 Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6 Credits) American Government (3 Credits) TOTAL 36 20 16.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 16.00 0.00 4.00 Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) Critical Thinking Requirement 7

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed Global Awareness

Requirement 7

4.00

0.00 Grammar/Writing

11-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

Associate of Applied Science in Accounting

6-8 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

Macroeconomics (3 Credits)

Bachelor of Science in Accounting

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

7

3 TOTAL

POSSIBLE TRANSFER CREDIT SUMMARY

I. General Education College Composition Modular (3 Credits) Effective Communication Requirement

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Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed

ECN 220 Introduction to Economics 4 ECN-201 and

ECN-202 4 0.00

ACC 250 Financial Accounting 4 ACC-201 3 1.00

MKT 245 Principles of Marketing 4 4.00

BUS 340 Ethical and Legal

Issues in Business 4 BUS-201 3 1.00

ACC 350 Managerial Accounting 4 ACC-202 3 1.00 MGT 420 Organizational Behavior and Management 4 4.00

BUS 352 Business Statistics 4 4.00

FIN 350 Fundamentals of Business

Finance 4 4.00

ACC 370 Intermediate Accounting I 4 4.00

ACC 371 Intermediate Accounting II 4 4.00

ACC 360 Cost Accounting 4 4.00

ACC 460 Taxation 4 ACC-121 3 1.00

ACC 485 Advanced Accounting 4 4.00

MGT 455 Production/ Operations Management 4 4.00 ACC 491 Auditing 4 4.00 BUS 485 Strategic Management 4 4.00 TOTALS 64 16 48.00

# Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer

Credits

Credits to Fulfill

Excess credits from GE 0.00 0.00

CBA-133A 1.00 ACC-222 3.00 ACC-226 3.00 ACC-227 3.00 BUS-100 3.00 BUS-123 3.00 BUS-207 3.00 CBA-133B 2.00 CIS-120 3.00 24 24.00 0

Course Reason for not

transferring

RDG-094 Remedial

PAC or DAN course Does Not Meet Content Notes Courses from transcript that could not be used

II. Major Courses

24

III. Elective Requirements

Students interested in attending GCU may request a pre-evaluation of their transfer credits thorough the LOPES Specialist. The LOPES Specialist will review all previous college transcripts to determine how the credits will be applied to the potential student’s desired program of study. To find out more information on how to request a pre-evaluation please visit our website at http://www.gcu.edu/Transfer-Center/Pre-Evaluation-Request.php

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# Credits Required Credits Applied Credits Needed

I. General Education 37 29.00 8.00

II. Prerequisites 12 4.00 8.00

III. Major Courses 68 0.00 68.00

IV. Electives 3 3.00 0.00

120 36.00 84.00

Content Area # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits to Fulfill/Excess Possible CLEP EXAM University Foundation 4 NA 0 4.00 Christian Worldview 4 NA 0 4.00 ENG-102 3

CAC COM Course 3

ENG-101 3

Biological or Physical

Science Course 4 Biology (6 Credits)

Biological or Physical 4

College Algebra 4 MAT141 or higher 4 0.00 College Algebra (3 Credits)

CAC Arts and

Humanities Course 4

Analyzing and Interpreting of Literature (6 Credits)

CAC Social and Behavioral Science Course 4 American Government (3 Credits) TOTAL 37 29 8.00 **Total up RED # ** Excess credits 0.00 8.00 Critical Thinking Requirement 8 Global Awareness Requirement

**Total up BLUE#** Credits Needed 8

0.00

0.00 11-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

6-8 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training

The following program(s) are recommended from Central Arizona College that will

maximize transfer credits:

Associate of Arts in Athletic Studies

2015-2017

TOTAL

POSSIBLE TRANSFER CREDIT SUMMARY

Macroeconomics (3 Credits) College Composition Modular (3 Credits) I. General Education Spanish Language Level 1 (6 Credits) Effective Communication Requirement Grammar/Writing 6 3

9-12 Credits (Credits can come from Transfer, CLEP, or Taken at GCU)

0.00

(28)

Course Course Title # Credits Required Possible Transfer Course Possible Transfer Credits Credits Needed BIO 155 Introduction to Anatomy and

Physiology 3 BIO-201 3 0.00

BIO 155L Introduction to Anatomy and

Physiology Lab 1 BIO-201L 1 0.00

EXS 214 Care, Treatment, and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 3 N/A 3.00 EXS 214L Care, Treatment, and Prevention of Athletic Injuries Lab 1 N/A 1.00

BIO 253 Emergency Care for Acute

Injuries and Illnesses 4 4.00

TOTAL 12 4 8.00

EXS 322 Clinical Instruction:

Emergency, Taping, Bracing 4 4.00

EXS 356 Recognition and Evaluation of Athletic Injuries I 4 4.00 EXS 340 Physiology of Exercise 3 3.00 EXS 340L Physiology of Exercise Lab 1 1.00

BIO 356 Health Promotion and

Wellness Protection 4 4.00

EXS 352 Clinical Instruction: Health

and Wellness Plans 4 4.00

EXS 357 Recognition and Evaluation of Athletic Injuries II 4 4.00 EXS 335 Kinesiology 3 3.00

EXS 335L Kinesiology Lab 1 1.00

EXS 354 Clinical Instruction:

Evaluation Techniques 4 4.00

EXS 387 Therapeutic Modalities 3 3.00

EXS 387L Therapeutic Modalities Lab 1 1.00

EXS 426 Theory of Prescribing

Exercise 3 3.00

EXS 426L Theory of Prescribing

Exercise Lab 1 1.00

EXS 355 Clinical Instruction:

Rehabilitation Plans 4 4.00

EXS 420

Management in Athletic Training, Health, and

Athletics

4 4.00

EXS 366 General Medical Conditions 4 4.00

EXS 358 Clinical Instruction: General

Medical Conditions 4 4.00

EXS 458 Theory and Practice of

Strength and Conditioning 4 4.00

EXS 370 Pharmacology: Drug Use

and Abuse 4 4.00

EXS 415 Advanced Athletic Training 4 4.00

TOTAL 68 0 68.00

III. Elective Requirements

II. Athletic Training Prerequisites (All Athletic Training prerequisites will apply to the General Education requirement):

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