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NC Community College Course Major Course Equivalents

NCWC Majors and Major Courses Community College Equivalent Course
ACCOUNTING  
Acc 201 Financial Accounting Acc 120 Principles of Financial Accounting
Acc 202 Managerial Accounting Acc 121 Principles of Managerial Accounting
Bus 206 Principles of Management Bus 137 Principles of Management
Bus 207 Legal Environment Bus 115 Business Law I
Eco 211 Principles of Economics Eco 252 Principles of Macroeconomics
Eco 212 Principles of Economics Eco 251 Principles of Microeconomics
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Mkt 205 Principles of Marketing Mkt 120 Principles of Marketing
BIOLOGY  
Bio 101, 102 Life Science and Lab Bio 111 General Biology I
Bio 122, 123 General Biology and Lab Bio 112 General Biology II
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Chm 121, 122 General Chemistry II Chm 152 General Chemistry II
Mat 113 College Algebra Mat 161 College Algebra
Mat 115 Trigonometry Mat 162 College Trigonometry
Mat 121 Calculus I Mat 271 Calculus I
Mat 122 Calculus II Mat 272 Calculus II
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Phy 211, 212 General Physics I and Lab Phy 151 or 251 Physics
Biology majors must complete either Mat 113 and 115 or Mat 121 and 122.  
BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE  
Bio 101, 102 Life Science and Lab Bio 111 General Biology I
Bio 122, 123 General Biology and Lab Bio 112 General Biology II
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Chm 121, 122 General Chemistry II Chm 152General Chemistry II
Mat 121 Calculus I Mat 271 Calculus I
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Phy 211, 212 General Physics I and Lab Phy 151 or 251 Physics
Phy 221, 222 Gen Physics II and Lab Phy 152 or 252 Physics
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION  
Acc 201 Financial Accounting Acc 120 Principles of Financial Accounting
Acc 202 Managerial Accounting Acc 121 Principles of Managerial Accounting
Bus 206 Principles of Management Bus 137 Principles of Management
Bus 207 Legal Environment Bus 115 Business Law I
Eco 211 Principles of Economics Eco 252 Principles of Macroeconomics
Eco 212 Principles of Economics Eco 251 Principles of Microeconomics
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Mkt 205 Principles of Marketing Mkt 120 Principles of Marketing
CHEMISTRY  
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Chm 121, 122 General Chemistry II Chm 152 General ChemistryII
Mat 121 Calculus I Mat 271 Calculus I
Phy 211, 212 General Physics I Phy 251 General Physics I
Phy 211, 212 General Physics II Phy 252 General Physics II
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS  
Acc 201 Financial Accounting Acc 120 Principles of Financial Accounting
Acc 202 Managerial Accounting Acc 121 Principles of Managerial Accounting
Bus 206 Principles of Management Bus 137 Principles of Management
Eco 212 Principles of Economics Eco 252 Principles of Macroeconomics
  Eco 251 Principles of Microeconomics
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Cis 201 Web Authoring & Publish Web 110 Internet/Web Fundamentals
Cis 203 Web Design Web 210 Web Design
Cis 205 Data Comm & Networking Net 110 Network Concepts
Cis 211 Programming (Visual Basic) Csc 139 Visual Basic
Cis 220 Operating Systems Cis 147 Operating Systems - Windows
  or Nis 230 Windows Administration
Cis 240 Intro Databases Dba 110 Database Concepts
Criminal Justice  
Jus 111 Introduction to Criminal Justice Cjc 111 Introduction to Criminal Justice
Jus 293 Criminal Law Cjc 131 Criminal Law
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Jus 205 Police in Society Cjc 121 Law Enforcement Operations
Law Enforcement Component  
Jus 205 Police in Society Cjc 121 Law Enforcement Operations
Corrections Component  
Jus 294 Corrections Cjc 141 Corrections
Courts Component  
Jus 206 Judicial Process Cjc 132 Court Procedure and Evidence
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION  
Eng 130 Fund of Communication Com 231 Public Speaking
Edu 210 Books for Children Edu 282 Early Childhood Literature
Psy 201 Child Psychology Edu 144 Child Development
  and Edu 145 Child Development II
  or Psy 103 Child Growth and Behavior
  or Psy 243 Child Psychology
Edu 202 Education Theory & Pract Psy 263 Educational Psychology
Edu 205 Intro Teaching Edu 216 Foundation of Education
ENGLISH  
Two sets of sequenced survey courses Eng 231, 232 American Literature
  and/or Eng 241, 242 British Literature
  and/or Eng 261, 262 World Literature
  (Minimum 12 semester hours total with least two courses from two areas)
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE  
Bio 101, 102 Life Science and Lab Bio 111 General Biology I
Bio 122, 123 General Biology and Lab Bio 112 General Biology II
Bio 224 Environmental Science Bio 140 Environmental Biology
Bio 225 Environmental Science Lab Bio 140A Environmental Biology Lab
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Chm 121, 122 General Chemistry II Chm 152 General Chemistry II
Mat 113 College Algebra Mat 161 College Algebra
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Eco 212 Principles of Economics Eco 251 Microeconomics
ENTERTAINMENT/THEATRE  
Ent 115 Intro Entertainment Dra 111 Theatre Appreciation
Ent 120 Presentation Dra 130 Acting I
Ent 150 Production Methods Dra Stagecraft
Ent 221 Acting II Dra 131 Acting II
EXERCISE SCIENCE  
Bio 231 Anatomy and Physiology Bio 168 Anatomy and Physiology I
Bio 232 Anatomy and Physiology II Bio 169 Anatomy and Physiology II
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Mat 113 College Algebra Mat 161 College Algebra
Hmt 220 Nutrition Bio 155 Nutrition
  or Nut 110 Nutrition
HISTORY  
His 101 Western Civilization I His 121 Western Civilization I
His 102 Western Civilization II His 122 Western Civilization II
His 111 U. S. History to 1865 His 131 American History
His 112 U. S. History to 1865 His 132 American History
MATHEMATICS  
Mat 121 Calculus I Mat 271 Calculus I
Mat 122 Calculus II Mat 272 Calculus II
Mat 221 Multivariable Calculus Mat 273 Calculus III
MIDDLE GRADES EDUCATION  
Eng 130 Fund of Communication Com 231 Public Speaking
Psy 201or 202 Child Psychology/Adol Psy Edu 144 Child Development
  and Edu 145 Child Development II
  or Psy 103 Child Growth and Behavior
  or Psy 243 Child Psychology
  or Psy 246 Adolescent Psychology
Edu 202 Education Theory & Pract Psy 263 Educational Psychology
Students majoring in Middle Grades Education must complete two of the following concentrations: Language Arts, Social Studies, Mathematics, Science. Listed below are the freshman and sophomore level courses in these concentrations.  
Language Arts  
Eng 203, 204, 205, 206 Eng 231, 232, 241, 242 (minimum six semester hours)
Social Studies  
Geo 101 World Geography Geo 111 Cultural Geography
His 101 Western Civlization His 111 Western Civilization I
His 111 U. S. History His 131 or 132 American History
His 225 Modern Africa His 260 History of Africa
Eco 211 Principles of Economics Eco 252 Macroeconomics
Pol 112 American Government Pol 120 American Government
Mathematics  
Mat 105 Contemporary Mathematics Mat 115 Mathematical Models
Mat 111 Survey of Mathematics Mat 140 Survey of Mathematics
Mat 113 College Algebra Mat 161 College Algebra
Mat 115 College Trigonometry Mat 162 College Trigonometry
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Mat 121 Calculus I Mat 271 Calculus I
Science  
Bio 101, 102 Life Science and Lab Bio 111 General Biology I
Bio 224 Environmental Science Bio 224 Environmental Biology
Chm 111, 112 General Chemistry I Chm 151 General Chemistry I
Ers 131, 132 Planetary Geology Ast 111, 111A Descriptive Astronomy
  or Ast 151, 151A General Astronomy
Ers 141, 142 Physical Geology Gel 120 Physical Geology
Phy 211, 212 General Physics I and Lab Phy 151 or 251 Physics
POLITICAL SCIENCE  
Pol 112 American Political System Pol 120 American Government
Pol 200 Intro to Political Science Pol 110 Intro to Political Science
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
Component 1  
Pol 211 State and Local Gov Pol 130 State and Local Government
His 228 Technology and Society His 110 Technology and Society
Component 2  
Jus 206 Judicial Process Cju 132 Court Procedure and Evidence
Jus 293 Criminal Law Cju 131 Criminal Law
Component 3  
Pol 201 International Relations Pol 220 International Relations
PSYCHOLOGY  
Psy 111 General Psychology Psy 150 General Psychology
Psy 201 Child Psychology Psy 243 Child Psychology
or Psy 246 Adolescent Psychology
Psy 202 Adolescent Psychology  
Psy 226 Research Design I Psy 285 Psychological Statistics
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis
RELIGIOUS STUDIES  
Rel 115 Religious Worlds Rel 110 Religions of the World
Rel 201 Old Testament Rel 211 Old Testament
Rel 202 New Testament Rel 212 New Testament
Rel 220 Religions of the East Rel 111 Eastern Religions
SOCIOLOGY  
Soc 101 Intro to Sociology Soc 210 Introduction to Sociology
Soc 111 Social Problems Soc 220 Social Problems
Soc 220 Sociology of the Family Soc 213 Sociology of the Family
Mat 213 Statistics Mat 151 Statistics
  or Mat 155 Statistical Analysis

*These courses along with Thr 120 and 150 should be completed by students interested in the Technical/Design Track. Thr 240, 230 and 245 are recommended for students interested in the Performance Track.

The information listed above should be considered as a guide only and not as an official document concerning transfer credit or the acceptability of transfer credit. The guide should not be construed as constituting a contract between the College and any person.

Cliff Sullivan
Registrar