MACC Transfer Equivalencies (LSP)

The following chart was prepared by the Truman State University Registrar’s Office and reflects the manner in which credit completed at Moberly Area Community College may be used to fulfill Truman State University Liberal Studies Program (General Education) requirements.  This information is subject to revision, without prior notice, as a result of changes in either Moberly’s or Truman’s curriculum.

A complete list of course equivalencies for courses included in Moberly Area Community College’s 2004-2006 catalog is also available by clicking here.  If a course that you are taking, or that you may take, from Moberly Area Community College is not included on these lists, please contact the Truman State University Registrar’s Office (660-785-4143 or registrar@truman.edu) for more information. We will need the number and name of the course you are completing through Moberly Area Community College to process your request. Truman State University accepts both the credit earned for a course and the grade received. Grades earned become part of your cumulative grade point average. Students must report all credit attempted.

Truman State University Requirement:Students may complete this requirement by completing one of these Moberly Area Community College courses:
Essential Skills:
Writing as Critical ThinkingSatisfactorily complete:
LAL 101 English I (3)
SpeechSatisfactorily complete:
SPK 101 Public Speaking I (3)
Elementary FunctionsSatisfactorily complete the following set of courses:
MTH 105 College Trigonometry (2) and MTH 140 College Algebra (3)
Any course that fulfills the Mathematical Mode of Inquiry will also fulfill the Elementary Functions Essential Skill requirement.
StatisticsSatisfactorily complete one of the following:
MTH 160 Elementary Statistics (3)
MTH 215 Introduction to Probability and Statistics (3)
Computer LiteracyComputer literacy is imbedded in the student’s curriculum.  No courses will be required to fulfill this requirement.
Personal Well-BeingMoberly Area Community College does not offer courses that fulfill this requirement.
Modes of Inquiry:
Students must complete seven of the eight modes of inquiry.  Some courses that fulfill modes of inquiry requirements are required as one component of a student’s major curriculum. When selecting courses, students should review the requirements for their major in the Truman State University Catalog for more information.
Aesthetic: Fine ArtsSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
ART 101 Art Survey and Appreciation I (3)
ART 102 Art Survey and Appreciation II (3)
DRM 120 Theater Appreciation (3)
MUS 102 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 205 World Music (3)
Aesthetic: LiteratureSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
LAL 120 American Literature Survey to 1870 (3)
LAL 121 American Literature Survey from 1870 to present (3)
LAL 150 English Literature Survey to 1750 (3)
LAL 151 English Literature Survey from 1750 to present (3)
LAL 210 A Survey of Western Literature I (3)
LAL 211 A Survey of Western Literature II (3)
SPK 210 Oral Interpretation (3)
HistoricalSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
HST 101 Western Civilization I (3)
HST 102 Western Civilization II (3)
HST 105 American History to 1865 (3)
HST 106 American History from 1865 (3)
Philosophical/ReligiousSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
PHI 150 Introduction to Philosophy (3)
PHI 151 Introduction to Logic (3)
PHI 152 Introduction to Ethics (3)
PHI 251 Religions of the World (3)
MathematicalSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
MTH 201 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I (5)
MTH 202 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II (5)
MTH 203 Analytic Geometry and Calculus III (5)
Scientific: Life ScienceSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
BIO 100 Biology (4)
BIO 150 General Zoology (5)
BIO 151 Introductory Plant Biology (5)
Scientific: Physical ScienceSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
PHY 120 Foundations of Chemistry (5)
PHY 121 General Chemistry I (5)
PHY 122 General Chemistry II (5)
PHY 125 Foundations of Physics (5)
PHY 201 College Physics I (5)
PHY 202 College Physics II (5)
Social ScientificSatisfactorily complete one course from the following:
ECN 101 Macroeconomics (3)
ECN 102 Microeconomics (3)
GEO 101 World Geography I (3)
GEO 102 World Geography II (3)
PSY 101 General Psychology (3)
SOC 101 Sociology (3)
Interconnecting Perspectives:
Freshmen SeminarThis course will be waived for transfer students.  All other students must complete this course at Truman.
Interdisciplinary, Writing-Enhanced Junior SeminarThis course must be completed at Truman.
Intercultural PerspectiveSatisfactorily complete one course from the following.  The course used to fulfill the intercultural perspective may also be used to fulfill other requirements in a student’s degree program.
GEO 101 World Geography I (3)
GEO 102 World Geography II (3)
HST 101 Western Civilization I (3)
HST 102 Western Civilization II (3)
MUS 102 Music Appreciation (3)
MUS 205 World Music (3)
SOC 101 Sociology (3)
Elementary LanguageSatisfactorily complete one set of courses from the following:
FLN 101 Elementary Spanish (5) and FLN 102 Intermediate Spanish (5)
FLN 111 Elementary French (5) and FLN 112 Intermediate French (5)
Other Degree Requirements:
Missouri StatuteSatisfactorily complete one course from the following.  The course used to fulfill the Missouri Statute requirement may also be used to fulfill other requirements in a student’s degree program.
HST 105 American History to 1865 (3)
PSC 103 American Government (5)
PSC 105 Functions and Policies of American Government (3)
Writing Enhanced CoursesThese courses must be completed at Truman.
Intermediate Language RequirementMoberly Area Community College does not offer courses that fulfill this requirement.

Last Updated January 17, 2006