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1 LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE Business, Economics & Management Curriculum Code: 1622 (Effective Fall 2018 – Summer 2023) Business and Accounting A.A. Pathway This degree is designed for students who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a baccalaureate degree in this subject area. Students completing this curriculum will also satisfy the Michigan Transfer Agreement (MTA) between two-year and four-year institutions in Michigan and qualify for an LCC Transfer Studies Certificate of Achievement (1482). General Education - MTA: MINIMUM: 30 credits Complete General Education - MTA Requirements for the Associate of Arts Degree A. English Composition: One course B. English Composition (second course) or Communication: One course C. Humanities and Fine Arts: A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline D. Mathematics: One course from Quantitative Reasoning, College Algebra or Statistics E. Natural Sciences: A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline; one must be a lab course F. Social Science: A total of 2 courses, each from a different discipline For More Information Contact the Business and Economics Department, Gannon Building, Room 1222, telephone number (517) 483- 1522, or the Academic Advising Department, Gannon Building - StarZone, telephone number (517) 483-1904. Semester I Course Title Prerequisites Credit/Billing Hours General Education - Area A. English Composition - Select 1 ENGL 121 Composition I Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 or (Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4 and ENGL 099 concurrently) 4 / 4 ENGL 131 Honors Composition I Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 7 4 / 4 General Education - Area D. Mathematics - Select 1 MATH 119 Math Applications for Living (Minimum 2.0 in MATH 105 or
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