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DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DCCC) & LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DCCC) & LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
Transfer Guide for Communication Studies (AA) at DCCC
to Communication (BA) – at La Salle University
DCCC Courses
cr.
3
3
La Salle University Equivalent Courses
ENG 110 College Writing I: Persuasion
COM 102: Interpersonal and Group Communications
cr.
3
3
3
3
4
History Credit
Fulfills Philosophy CORE qualifier
Science credit
3
3
4
ENG 112 English Composition II: Writing about Lit
HIS elective – see advising notes
MAT 100, 120 or above _ Recommend MAT 120
Open Requirement or Option Elective 3 – see
advising notes
Humanities – Recommend HUM 160, 162, 163,
167, or 168
3
3
3-4
3
ENG 150: Intro to Literature
History Credit
MTH 150: Myths and Realities
Credit awarded depends on course taken
3
3
3
3
3
Fulfills Religion CORE qualifier
3
COMM 104 Intro to Mass Communication
Option Requirement or Option Elective –
Recommend COMM 111
Humanities – Take ENG 115
Social Science Elective – PSY 140 or SOC 110
Math/Science Elective
3
3
COM 101: Intro to Mass Media
COM 150: Presentation Skills
3
3
3
3
3
ENG 210 College Writing II: Research
PSY 155 or SOC 150
Seek advisement
3
3
3
Option Requirement or Option Elective –
Recommend COMM 102, 105, 115 or 200
Option Requirement or Option Elective –
Recommend COMM 105,105,115 or 200
Humanities
Social Science Elective – ECO 210 or POL 120
Open Elective
3
Credit awarded depends on course taken
3
3
Credit awarded depends on course taken
3
3
3
3
Seek advisement
ECN 150 or POL 151
Seek Advisement
3
3
3
ENG 100 Composition I
COMM 100 Intro to Interpersonal
Communication
HIS electives – see advising notes
Humanities – Recommend any Philosophy course
Lab Science – choose any
DCCC-La Salle Dual Admission Students: Please refer to the Dual Admission application for eligibility requirements.
Students interested in applying to La Salle through the Dual Admission program must sign the Dual Admission
Application before completing 45 college-level credits. The Dual Admission Agreement includes a Core-to-Core
component. Under the Dual Admission agreement, La Salle University’s Core will essentially be fulfilled by the Core at
Delaware County Community College provided students take CORE Qualifiers – one Philosophy course, one Religion
course and one Computer Science course. Students must complete these at La Salle if they have not taken courses at
DCCC that will fulfill these requirements. See recommendations on the reverse side under “Advising Notes Related to
Core Qualifiers” for which specific DCCC courses will fulfill these requirements. Dual Admission is specific for Nutrition
Didactic Program only, not the Nutrition Coordinated Program.
Non-Dual Admission students who transfer to La Salle University are required to meet the complete La Salle Core which
includes two Religion courses and two Philosophy courses and one Computer Science course. In addition, the La Salle
Core includes a Literature, a World or American History and a Fine Arts or Foreign Language course plus a second course
in one of these three areas that is at the 200-level or higher. Seek advisement for course options.
See Notes on Reverse Side
2
DELAWARE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE (DCCC) & LA SALLE UNIVERSITY
Transfer Guide for Communication Studies (AA) at DCCC
to Communication (B.A.) at La Salle University
Advising Notes Related to Core Qualifiers for Dual Admission students:
1) Option Requirement/Elective- choose from the following: COMM 111, 102, 105, 115, 200, HUM 141, 142, BUS
230, 231
2) History Elective – choose from the following: HIS 110, 120, 130, 140, 150, or 160
3) Students should take Philosophy (PHI) 100 or 110 satisfy La Salle’s Philosophy Core Qualifier.
4) Students should take HUM 160, 162, 163, 167 or 168 to satisfy La Salle’s Religion Core Qualifier.
5) Students should take DPR 100 to satisfy the Computer Science Core Qualifier.
Additional Notes:
1) The maximum number of credits that a student may transfer to La Salle is 70. Please be advised that students
must complete at least half of their major courses at La Salle.
2) Final official transcripts must be sent by the student as soon as the final semester is completed at DCCC.
3) Non-Dual Admission students are required to meet the complete La Salle Core and should seek advisement on
course selection and transferability of electives. Note that pre-college level courses do not transfer.
4) All Dual Admission candidates will be eligible for the Dual Admission Achievement Scholarship, with the award
amount dependent on final grade point average. La Salle also offers a Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship to PTK
members with a 3.5 GPA or higher. Proof of membership is required in order to qualify for this scholarship.
5) Students are strongly advised to use this guide with the assistance of a DCCC Counselor/Advisor. The information
in this transfer guide is subject to change. Therefore, students are advised to check periodically with a DCCC
Counselor/Advisor for up-to-date information and to contact the Assistant Dean at La Salle, listed below, for
advisement on major requirements that can be taken at DCCC. Following this guide does not guarantee the
transfer of credit or admission to La Salle University.
Contact Information
La Salle University
School of Arts and Sciences, Julie Valenti, Assistant Dean, [email protected]
Jennifer Hoffmaster, Assistant Dean, [email protected]
215-951-1042
Transfer Admission, Christina Foley, Assistant Director, [email protected] 215 951 1400
Delaware County Community College
Career & Counseling Center 610-359-5060
Revised 12/13
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