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  Oct 17, 2017
 
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Associate of Arts in Business - Direct Transfer Agreement


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See program requirement sheet. 

The Business DTA/MRP degree consists of a minimum of 93 quarter credits earned in General Requirements, Distribution Requirements, and Business Courses. This degree is designed for students who plan to transfer to: Central Washington University, Eastern Washington University, Gonzaga University, Heritage University, Pacific Lutheran University, Seattle Pacific University, Seattle University, Saint Martin’s University, University of Washington (all campuses), Walla Walla University, Washington State University (all campuses) or Western Washington University.

Intermediate Algebra Proficiency This requirement may be satisfied by completion of high school mathematics through second year algebra, completion of MATH 090 , or the sequence MATH 091  and MATH 092 . NOTE: High school transcripts are not used to determine placement into courses which have an intermediate algebra prerequisite.

Admission Requirements to a University or College Admission application deadlines vary; students must meet the deadlines for the college they wish to attend. For admission to business as a major, it is critical to note that grade point average requirements vary and admission is competitive. Certain schools may have additional specific requirements that are not prerequisites for admission to the Business major but will have to be completed prior to graduation and/or commencement of business courses. Certain schools may have additional specific requirements for admission to the institution that are not prerequisites specifically identified in the requirements for the Associate of Arts in Business DTA degree.

Contact with advisers from individual schools for institutional requirements is highly recommended. Please see below for some requirements. Students completing this degree who have also met specific institutional grade point average requirements and/or any specific requirements will be regarded as having the minimum preparation for consideration for admission to a Business program at the colleges and universities listed in the program description.

Students are advised to:

  • Consult with a faculty adviser quarterly. If transferring to a four-year institution, you should consult with the appropriate department at the intended transfer school for entrance requirements. For more information or to schedule an advising appointment, call 425.640.1458
  • Review this college catalog for required course prerequisites and include these in schedule planning
  • At least three quarters before you plan to graduate, contact any college(s) where you have earned credits and have your official transcript(s) sent to Edmonds Community College
  • Submit an “Evaluation Request – Transfer Credits” form (available in Enrollment Services) to activate the process of transferring credits to Edmonds Community College

Associate of Arts in Business Degree – Direct Transfer Agreement
SPECIFIC UNIVERSITY REQUIREMENTS/INFORMATION

All students who intend to transfer should talk with an advisor at the university as well as an Edmonds CC advisor.


Central Washington University
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201 
• 2.50 GPA to be considered for admission
• Cumulative GPA of 2.50 is required for ACCT& 201 , 202 , 203 , BUS& 201 , ECON& 201 , 202 ,

 , MATH& 146  and 148  with a minimum grade of 1.70 in each course. All of these courses must be completed within 10 years of graduating from CWU
• Visit website for more information

Eastern Washington University
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201 
• Visit website for more information

Seattle University
• Does not require a lower division Business Law course and agrees to accept the course taken as part of this degree as a lower division elective, but generally not as an equivalent to the course required at the upper division
• Visit website for more information

Seattle Pacific University
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201 
• Visit website for more information

University of Washington
• Law Course Required: POLS& 200 
• Must apply to the UW as well as the specific Business Administration program
• Minimum of cumulative GPA of 2.5 for all college credits and for ACCT& 201 , 202 , 203 , POLS& 200 , ECON& 201 , 202 , MATH& 146  and 148 
• Visit website for more information

University of Washington/Bothell
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201  or POLS& 200 
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 and no grade less than 2.0 is required for ACCT& 201  , 202 , 203 , POLS& 200  or BUS& 201 , ECON& 201 , 202 , MATH& 146  and 148 
• Visit website for more information

Washington State University
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201 
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required for ACCT& 201 , 202 , 203 , BUS& 201 , ECON& 201 , 202 , MATH 140 , MATH& 146 , 148  and BSTEC 130  or CIS 100 
BSTEC 130  or CIS 100  required for admission to the School of Business
• Visit website for more information
• WSU does not accept MATH& 141  as a substitute for MATH 140 

Western Washington University
• Law Course Required: BUS& 201  or POLS& 200 
• Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.50 or a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 is required for ACCT& 201 , 202 , 203 , BUS& 201  or POLS& 200 , ECON& 201 , 202 , MATH& 146  and 148 
• Visit website for more information

Cultural Diversity Requirement All students earning degrees and certificates of 45 credits or more must meet a cultural diversity (CD) requirement by completing courses marked as “CD” on the requirement sheet and/or “Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement” in the quarterly class schedule. Those courses may also be used to fulfill other requirements of the degree or certificate.

Graduation Application A completed Graduation Application form must be submitted to Enrollment Services by the 10th day of the quarter in which the student expects to graduate. Forms are available online or at Enrollment Services located in Lynnwood Hall.

College Resources:  
Edmonds CC website www.edcc.edu
How to enroll www.edcc.edu/es
Transfer center www.edcc.edu/transfer
Advising appointments 425.640.1458
College bookstore www.edcc.edu/bookstore
   

Note: This requirement planning sheet is not a substitute for meeting with an academic adviser. Meeting the requirements to graduate with an Edmonds Community College degree or certificate is ultimately the responsibility of the student.

PGM Code – ABDT
Effective summer 2011 | Rev: 02/11

I. General Requirements (23 credits):


Written Skills (10 credits)


Quantitative or Symbolic Reasoning (10 credits)


Health/PE (3 credits)


You may choose any combination of PE courses numbered 100 or above, HLTH 100 , HLTH 105 , or HLTH 150 .

II. Distribution Requirements (50 credits)


A maximum of 10 credits in any one department/discipline may be included in the 50 distribution credits:

A. Humanities (minimum 15 credits)


Note: Select courses from at least three departments/disciplines within this distribution area. A maximum of five credits in Performance/Skills courses may be applied. And a maximum of five credits in foreign language at the 100 level may be applied.

Performance/Skills Courses


B. Natural Science and Mathematics (15 credits)


C. Social Science (20 credits)


III. Business Courses (20 credits):


Associate of Arts Degree Outcomes


Students will demonstrate outcomes in each of the following areas:

Written Communication

  • Knowledge of Rhetoric: Writing in a clear, organized way with respect to audience, context, and purpose
  • Critical Reading, Thinking and Writing: Demonstrating an understanding of the interactions among critical reading, critical thinking, and writing
  • Knowledge of Processes: Producing finished writings by generating ideas, developing and revising drafts, editing texts, and proofreading final copies
  • Control of Conventions: Controlling mechanics, academic conventions and documentation style appropriate to the discipline or context

Humanities

Students will apply Humanities based concepts and techniques to artistic and cultural experiences and expressions in order to make meaning, solve problems, or communicate interpretations, solutions, or insights in one or more of the following ways:

  • Analyzing and critically evaluating major ideas, concepts, or trends in the Humanities
  • Demonstrating knowledge of cultural practices, intellectual trends, or aesthetic productions of their own culture and other cultures
  • Critically and imaginatively applying insights from Humanities studies to social, cultural, professional, or political contexts
  • Developing and communicating their own intellectual, expressive, or aesthetic processes and finished work

Social Sciences

Using discipline-specific methods, student will demonstrate their engagement in a number of the following ways:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the methodological foundations of a variety of the social sciences
  • Organize, analyze, and critically evaluate empirical information germane to the disciplines
  • Critically apply insights from the social sciences, both historical and current, to cultural, academic, professional, ethical, political, and/or individual contexts (i.e., “how does this apply to me?”)
  • Develop and demonstrate a critical understanding and appreciation of the diversity and interdependence of peoples and culture

Natural Sciences

Using discipline-specific methods and modes of inquiry, students will demonstrate knowledge, comprehension, and application of science concepts in at least four of the following ways:

  • Knowledge and understanding of the nature of science, including its limitations
  • Collect, analyze, and interpret data appropriately
  • Use mathematical reasoning and/or methods to understand the fundamental concepts of the discipline
  • Use and understand specialized vocabulary and terminology to communicate scientific concepts and relationships
  • Critically apply insights from science, both historical and current, to social, cultural, professional, ethical, political, and/or individual contexts

Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning

  • Apply algebraic, geometric, statistical or logical reasoning to solve abstract and applied problems appropriate to an individual discipline
  • Interpret mathematical, quantitative or symbolic models such as formulas, graphs, tables, schematics and computer programs, and draw inferences from them
  • Employ basic symbolic or quantitative reasoning to support a position or conclusion

Health/PE

  • Demonstrate logical, disciplined critical thinking strategies to resolve emergency care problems and to facilitate understand of contemporary health issues within a diverse population (or)
  • Develop a lifelong exercise, nutrition and fitness program to enhance health and well-being and to improve total self-image (or)
  • Develop specific performance skills, including improved strength, endurance, muscle tone, speed and reaction in selected individual and team sport activities, with emphasis on understanding group dynamics and interpersonal communication
     

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