Cleveland State University

Lorain County Community College Transfer Guide

Monte Ahuja College of Business Administration - Computer and Information Science
Effective Fall 2008

General Education at Cleveland State University

College of Business Majors - Computer and Information Science

Cleveland State University's General Education (GenEd08) curriculum consists of knowledge and skill components considered to be critical for all University graduates to master in the subject matter areas listed below. As a student at Lorain County Community College (LCCC), you may choose to take these GenEd08 courses at LCCC or at CSU. Please contact a LCCC advisor for guidance on courses required to receive your associate's degree.

  • Computer and Information Science
  • Computer Science
Information Systems majors please view the College of Business BBA Transfer Guide

General Education Course Equivalencies

The courses listed below can be used to fulfill General Education requirements at CSU.

CSU GenEd08 Category LCCC Equivalents
Writing/Composition
2 courses / 6 credits

ENGL 161 (C or better)
ENGL 162 (C or better)

Mathematics/QL
2 courses / 6 credits
MTHM 151 (or 171) and 152 (or 178)
or
MTHM 181 and 182

Note: Students planning to take MTHM 152 or 178 must take MTHM 171 as the prerequisite

Arts & Humanities
2 courses / 6 credits
(from 2 different departments)

One introductory Arts & Humanities course plus one course focused on a society other than the U.S.

NOTE: One non-US Social Science or Arts and Humanities course must be focused on Africa, Asia, Latin America, or the Middle East. These courses are in bold italics

Introductory Courses:
ARTS 254
CMMC 163
ENGL 251, 252, 254, 255, 257, 259
HSTR 161, 162, 171, 252
HUMS 151, 190, 263, 274, 281
MUSC 251, 252, 261
PHLY 151, 165, 171, 174, 271, 281
RELG 251, 261, 281
SPNH 254
THTR 151, 185

Non-US Courses:
ARTS 243, 244, 245
ENGL 253
HSTR 151, 152, 261, 262, 268, 269
HUMS 261, 262, 271
MUSC 262
PHLY 161
RELG 181
SPNH 271, 272

Social Science
2 courses / 6 credits
(from 2 different departments)

One introductory Social Science course plus one course focused on a society other than the U.S.

NOTE: One non-US Social Science or Arts and Humanities course must be focused on Africa, Asia, Latin America, or the Middle East. These courses are in bold italics

Introductory Courses:
CMMC 165
ECNM 151, 152
GPHY 152
PLSC 151, 155, 156, 157
PSYH 151, 253, 254, 255, 259
SOWK 251
SOCY 151, 161, 256, 265
URBS 151, 151G, 161, 161G

Non-US Courses:
GPHY 151, 151G

Natural Science
2 courses / 7 credits (must include at least 1 lab credit)

Courses with lab credit are starred(*)
PHYC 151* and 152*
or
PHYC 251* and 252*
Social Diversity
2 courses / 6 credits

Must be comprised of:
  • 1 African-American course
  • 1 US Diversity course
Students transferring in more than 60 hours are only required to take 1 course

African-American Experience Courses:
ENGL 266
HSTR 265, HSTR 267
SOCY 276
URBS 152, 152G, 162, 162G

US Diversity Courses:
HMSR 131
HSTR 177, 292
WMST 210

Writing Across the Curriculum/
Speaking Across the Curriculum

Minimum of 3 courses

Students transferring 60 - 89 hours: one course waived
Students transferring 90 + hours: two courses waived
One WAC/SPAC course must be in the student's major

No transfer courses count toward this requirement - all WAC courses must be completed at CSU

Foreign Language

Students who graduated from high school in 1987 or later are required to complete one of the following:

  • Two years of a single foreign language in high school
  • An introductory level sequence of a single foreign language (generally, two semesters of 100-level study)
  • Two American Sign Language courses and one approved foreign culture course

Major Recommended Courses

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CSU BBA Courses Lorain Equivalents
CIS 260 CISS 226
OMS 201 MATH 168 (required for students completing CSU's Math Concepts (MTH 151-156) sequence or its equivalent)

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