Carl Albert State College (CASC) to NSU: General Education Course Transfer Equivalency

Written & Oral Communication (9 hours)

NSU CASC
ENGL 1113 - Freshman Composition I ENGL 1113
ENGL 1213 - Freshman Composition II ENGL 1213
COMM 1113 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication SPCH 1113

Social & Behavioral Sciences (9 hours)

NSU CASC
POLS 1113 - American Federal Government and POS 1113
HIST 1483 - American History 1492-1876 or HIST 1483
HIST 1493 - American History since 1876 HIST 1493

And, choose one course from the following - your major will determine which course:

NSU CASC
GEOG 2243 - Fundamentals of Geography GEOG 2243
SOC 1113 - Introduction to Sociology SOC 1113
PSYCH 1113 - Introduction to Psychology PSY 1113
ECON 2213 - Principles of Microeconomics ECON 2113
ECON 2313 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 2213

Global Perspective (3 hours)

Select one course from the five categories below (Second Language, American Indian Studies, Geography, Political Science or Literature, Customs & Society)

Second Language

NSU CASC
Spanish, French, German, Cherokee, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Greek, Latin or American Sign Language SPAN 1115, 1225

American Indian Studies

NSU CASC
ANTH 2223 - Introduction to American Indian Studies -
CHER 4113 - Cherokee Cultural Heritage -
HIST 3723 - History of the American Indian HIST 2513

Geography

NSU CASC
GEOG 2003 - Global Studies -
GEOG 2133 - Global Economic Geography -
GEOG 2253 - World Regional Geography -

Political Science

NSU CASC
POL 2313 - Introduction to International Relations -
POL 2353 - Introduction to Comparative Politics -

Literature, Customs, and Society

NSU CASC
COMM 2543 - Intercultural Communication -
ENGL 3413 - World Literature  ENGL 2433
NUTR 3653 - Food and Culture  -
REL 2553 - Comparative Religion RLED 2113
TECH 3023 - Technology and Society -

Life Skills (6 hours)

Choose one of the following:

NSU CASC
HED 1113 - Personal Health, or HPER 1113
NUTR 1653 - Basic Nutrition AHS 1203

And, select 3 hours from the following:

NSU CASC
FIN 2113 - Personal Financial Planning -
HFS 1103 - Relationships and Marriage  SOC 2133
HFS 3113 - Consumer Issues -
PSYC 1003 - Introduction to Human Behavior PSY 2113
CS 1003/IS 1003 (or a more advanced CS/IS course) CS 1103
EDUC 4823 (this course is designed for education majors) -
HED 2212 - First Aid HPER 2213
LIBM 4611 - Introduction to Online Research -
Any military science leadership, physical education activity, and/or performance-based arts course(s)

Humanities (6 hours)

Choose any two of the following:

NSU CASC
ENGL 2113 - Introduction to Literature
ENGL 2413
HIST 1113 - Early Western Civilization   HIST 1113
HIST 1213 - Modern Western Civilization
HIST 1123
HUM 2113 - Ancient Cultures HUM 2113
HUM 2223 - Modern Cultures
HUM 2223
PHIL 1013 - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 1113
ART 2023/HUM 2333 - Art Appreciation
ART 1113
MUS 2553 - Rock Music Appreciation
-
MUS 2543 - Music Appreciation
MUS 1113
MUS 2743 - Jazz Appreciation
-
MUS 2863 - World Music
-
DRAM 2763 - Theatre Appreciation
DRMA 1213
WGS 2123 - Intro to Women's & Gender Studies
-
DRAM 2843 - Film Appreciation
FILM 1113

Natural Sciences (7-9 hours)

At least one course from the biological or physical sciences must include a lab.

Biological Science (3-4 hours)

NSU CASC
BIOL 1013 and BIOL 1011 - Introductory Biology I and Introductory to Biology Lab (Majors)
-
BIOL 1114 - General Biological Science (includes lab)
BIO 1114 
BIOL 1113 and BIOL 1111 - General Biological Science Lecture and General Biological Science Lab

BIOL 3413 - Environmental Problems

Physical Science (3-5 hours)

NSU CASC
CHEM 1123 and CHEM 1131 
CHEM 1115
PHYS 1115 - Introduction to Physics
PHYS 1114
GEOL 1114 - Introduction to Geology
GEOL 1014
SCI 1114 - General Physical Sciences (includes lab)
GPS 1214
SCI 1113 and SCI 1111 - General Physical Science Lecture and General Physical Science Lab GPS 1214
SCI 1314 - Astronomy (includes lab)
 

Quantitative Analysis (3 hours)

NSU CASC
MATH 1313 Introduction to Statistics

MATH 1473 - Applied Mathematics
MATH 1413
MATH 1513 College Algebra (may be required for some majors) or an advanced course in mathematics, Statistics or Computer Science
MATH 1513