Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs

American Samoa Community College MOU


Articulation Agreement Between American Samoa Community College and University of Hawaiʻi Hilo

August 19, 2014

Statement
Entry Requirements
Tuition & Fees
Transfer of Credits
Points of Clarification
Student transferring from ASCC to UH-HILO
University of Hawaiʻi-Hilo general education requirements

Seth Galea’i, Ed.D. President
American Samoa Community College
Signed October 2014

Matthew Platz
University of Hawaiʻi-Hilo
Signed September 2014

Articulation equivalencies for General Education for transfer students from American Samoa Community College to the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo.

The attached articulation table was compiled from existing tables in use at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo for transfer course from American Samoa Community College and for transfer equivalences for General Education requirements at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. This clarification does not override any of the existing agreements between the two institutions, it only attempts to simplify and explain how to apply transfer courses to the current General Education requirements.

Any student that completes a two-year Associate of Arts degree at American Samoa Community College, or other accredited Liberal Arts College is exempt from the Core (Basic and Area) requirements at the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo. This is not the case with an Associate of Science degree, as it is usually not liberal arts based. In the case of an Associate of Science degree, or a student that transfers without an AA degree, the transfer will be calculated course by course using current UH Hilo transfer tables updated yearly by the UH Hilo Admissions Office, using the most recently published catalog.

The 2014-15 UH Hilo catalog states:

“Students transferring into UH Hilo with a conferred Associate of Arts (A.A.) degree or a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) from an institution accredited by a U.S. regional accreditation agency will be exempted from the General Education COre (Basic and Area) requirements, unless specific course requirements are needed for a given major or specialty.”

The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo Core General Education requirements are published in the current 2014-15 catalog as follows:

Core:

  • Basic Requirements
    • Composition (3 cr)
    • Language Arts (3 cr)
    • Quantitative Reasoning (6 cr)
    • World Cultures (6 cr)
  • Area Requirements
    • Humanities (6 cr in two different disciplines)
    • Social Sciences (6 cr in two different disciplines)
  • Natural Sciences (7 cr, including two lecture courses in different disciplines and one laboratory course associated with one of these)

The General Education requirements are specific about how many credit hours must be taken to fulfill each Basic and Area requirements. Area requirements are further specified to be two courses in two different areas. It is important to note, therefore, that if a four-credit course transfers to UH Hilo as a four-credit course that applies to the Humanities Area or Social Sciences Area requirement, only three credits of that course will apply to GE and the remaining credit hour will count as elective credits toward the total credit hour graduation requirement.

It is also important to note that only the Basic and Core requirements are exempt by the Associate of Arts degree. The following Integrative Requirements:

  • Writing Intensive (3 courses, at least one at the upper-division level)
  • Hawaiʻi Pan-Pacific (3 cr)
  • Global and Community Citizenship (3 cr)

are also published in the UH Hilo catalog under General Education and are not exempted by an AA degree. These requirements must be covered by matching course-by-course equivalencies when transferring, or completed as part of the students’ course of study at UH Hilo.

The University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo General Education Requirements are designed to meet the following six goals and their respective learning outcomes:

  1. Critical Thinking: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Critique and interpret evidence (primary sources)
    • Identify relevant arguments
    • Analyze alternative assumptions
    • Identify ethical problems and dilemmas
    • Evaluate the validity of ethical arguments
    • Critically reflect on value assumptions
  2. Information Literacy: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Identify appropriate information required to address particular problems or issues
    • Access relevant information using appropriate resources
    • Evaluate different forms of data and sources
    • Analyze the economic, legal, and socio-political and other issues surrounding the use of information
    • Use computer technology to conduct research and find information
  3. Communication: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Articulate and pursue a line of reasoning using oral and written forms
    • Present ideas or results in a manner appropriate for college-level discourse (i.e. structure, tone, syntax, and grammar) in written form
    • Present ideas or results using collegiate-level conventions (i.e. documentation, genres, and forms of presentation)
    • Identify his/her audience and adapt accordingly
  4. Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Use systematic, empirical approaches to address questions as part of the scientific process
    • Differentiate scientific and non-scientific methods of inquiry
    • Conduct planned investigations including recording and analyzing data and reaching reasoned conclusions
    • Solve problems using mathematical methods and relevant technology
    • Represent theoretical models and data using graphs and tables
  5. Human Interaction and Cultural Diversity: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Analyze multiple perspectives and articulate how perspectives based on world views differ from his/her own
    • Differentiate key values, assumptions, and beliefs among cultures
    • Explain how and why different racial, ethnic, religious, regional and gendered backgrounds shape experience
    • Explain or predict individual and collective human behavior
  6. Collaborative Skills and Civic Participation: A UH Hilo graduate should be able to --

    • Formulate a rational project that contributes to the environmental, economic, social, or intellectual betterment of the local community or global forum
    • Articulate how his/her activity contributes to increased awareness of local or global issues on campus
    • Define what aspects of his/her group projects with peers contribute to the intellectual development of all involved

Approved Course Articulations Between American Samoa Community College and University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo

ASCC General Education Courses UHH Equivalent UHH General Education Requirement
ENG 150 Freshman Reading ENG LOW
ENG 151 Freshman Composition ENG LOW
SPH 153 Introduction to Speech COM 251
ICT 150 Introduction to Computers CS LOW
MAT 151 Intermediate Algebra MATH 103
PHSCI 150 Physical Science NSCI SUBL
PHSCI 150 Lab Physical Science Lab NSCI LABL
HIS 150 American History I HIST 281 Social Sciences Area
HIS 151 American History II HIST 282 Social Sciences Area
HIS 170 World Civilization I HIST 151 Social Sciences Area or GE World Cult
HIS 171 World Civilization II HIST 152 Social Sciences Area or GE World Cult
HIS 162 Pacific History HIST LOW Social Sciences Area
PSY 150 Introduction to Psychology PSY 100 Social Sciences Area
HEA 150 Introduction to Health Science KES LOW

ASCC Core Foundational Courses

ASCC Core Foundational Courses UHH Equivalent UHH General Education Requirement
ART 150 Art History Survey I ART 175 Humanities Area or GE World Cult
ART 160 Design Fundamentals ART LOW Humanities Area
DRA 150 Introduction to Drama DRAM 271 Humanities Area
MUS 150 Music Fundamentals MUS 185 Humanities Area
MUS 160 Music Literature MUS 160 Humanities Area
MUS 165 Music of the World MUS LOW Humanities Area
MUS 170 Concert Choir MUS 102 Humanities Area
MUS 180 Band MUS LOW Humanities Area
PHIL 150 Introduction to Philosophy PHIL 100 Humanities Area
REL 150 World Religions WLD SUBL Humanities Area
ENG 250 Survey of Literature ENG 200 Humanities Area
ENG 251 Sophomore Composition ENG 100 English Composition
LIT 270 World Literature ENG 253 Humanities Area
LIT 272 American Literature ENG LOW Humanities Area
LIT 276, Pacific Literature ENG LOW Humanities Area
MAT 250 College Algebra & Trigonometry MATH 104 Quantitative Reasoning I
MAT 280 Calculus I MATH 205 Quantitative Reasoning II
PED xxx (Any Physical Education course)
HIS 160 Samoan History HIST LOW Social Sciences Area
HIS 161 Samoan History II HIST LOW Social Sciences Area
SAM 152 Introduction to Samoan Culture HUM SUBL
GEO 150 Intro to Samoan Geography GEOG LOW Social Sciences Area
GEO 161 Pacific Geography GEOG LOW Social Sciences Area
SAM 101A Conversational Samoan I LANG LOW Language Arts
SAM 101B Conversational Samoan II LANG LOW Language Arts
SAM 151 Freshman Samoan LANG LOW Language Arts
SAM 151 L Freshman Samoan Lab LANG LOW Language Arts
SAM 154 Intro to Samoan Literature ENG LOW Humanities Area
BIO 150/150L Intro to Biological Science BIOL 101 BIOL 101L Natural Sciences Area and Lab
BIO 155/155L Ecology BIOL 156 Natural Sciences Area and Lab
BIO 180/180L Biology I BIOL 175 BIOL 175L Natural Sciences Area and Lab
MSC 150/150L Intro to Oceanography MARE 201 MARE 201L Natural Sciences Area and Lab
MSC 170/170L Intro to Marine Biology MARE LOW Natural Sciences Area and Lab
CHM 150/150L Chemistry I CHEM 124 CHEM 124L Natural Sciences Area and Lab
PHY 151/151L Physics I PHYS 106 PHYS 170L Natural Sciences Area and Lab
ANT 150 Intro to Anthropology,, , Social Sciences AreaSOC 150 Intro to Sociology, SOC 100, Social Sciences Area ANTH LOW Social Sciences Area
ANT 153 Intro to Archeology ANTH 110 Social Sciences Area
ANT 154 Cultural Anthropology ANTH 100 Social Sciences Area or GE World Cult
GEO 160 Intro to Samoan Geography GEOG 103 Social Sciences Area
PAD 150 Intro to Public Administration SSCI SUBL
POL 150 Intro to American Government POLS 101 Social Sciences Area
POL 160 Intro to Politics POLS LOW Social Sciences Area
POL 170 Intro to Public Policy POLS LOW Social Sciences Area
PSY 150 Intro to Psychology PSY 100 Social Sciences Area
PSY 250 Human Development PSY LOW Social Sciences Area
SOC 150 Intro to Sociology SOC 100 Social Sciences Area

OTHER COURSES

ASCC UHH
Agriculture, community, and natural resources ---
Course Alpha Course Name Credits
AGE 150 Agriculture Economics 3 AGEC 201
AGR 100 I Practical Job Experience I 1 AG 299
AGR 100 II Practical Job Experience II 1 AG 299
AGR 152 Survey of Community and Natural Resources 3 AG 100 (GE NatSci Area)
AGR 197/MSC 197 Polynesian Culture and Natural Resources Learning Project 3 AG LOW (GE NatSci Area)
AGR 200/MSC 200 Introduction to Aquaculture 3 MARE 262 (GE NatSci Area)
AGR 250 Introduction to Horticulture 4 AGRN LOW (GE NatSci Area)
AGR 297/MSC 297 Environmental Service Learning Exchange 2 AGR LOW/MARE LOW
ANS 150A Animal Science A 2 ANSC LOW
ANS 150B Animal Science B 2 ANSC LOW
FAM 250 Family Finance 3 ELCT LOW
FAM 260 Parenting: Models For Guiding and Nurturing Children 3 ELCT LOW
NRS 180, , 4 & , Natural Resources, 4 & NRES LOW (GE NatSci Area)NRS 250, Environmental Studies, 3 & ENSC LOW (GE NatSci Area)NUT 150, Nutrition, 3 & ELCT LOW Forests and Agroforestry 4 FOR 202 (GE NatSci Area)
NRS 200 Natural Resources 4 NRES LOW (GE NatSci Area)
NRS 250 Environmental Studies 3 ENSC LOW (GE NatSci Area)
NUT 150 Nutrition 3 ELCT LOW
ASCC UHH
Business Education
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ACC 150 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACC LOW
ACC 151 Financial Accounting 3 ACC 201
ACC 152A Payroll and Income Tax 3 ACC LOW
ACC 210A Managerial Cost Accounting 3 ACC LOW
ACC 220 Automated Accounting 3 ACC LOW
BUS 103 Introduction to Business 3 BUS 100 (GE SocSci Area)
BUS 150 Financial Math 3 ELCT LOW
BUS 160 Business Communication 3 COM LOW (GE Humanities Area)
BUS 170 Ethics in the Workplace 3 BUS LOW
BUS 180 Applied Business Statistics 3 QUAN SUBL
BUS 260 Business Law 3 BUS 240
ECO 250A Principles of Microeconomics 3 ECON 130 (GE SocSci Area)
ECO 250B Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 131 (GE SocSci Area)
MGT 250 Principles of Management 3 MGT LOW
MGT 255 Human Relations and Organizational Behavior 3 MGT LOW
MKT 195 Principle of Marketing 3 MGT LOW
MKT 212 Marketing and Management Practicum 2 ELCT LOW
ASCC UHH
Criminal Justice
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
CJ 150 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 AJ 101
CJ 155 Traffic Functions 3 AJ LOW
CJ 160 Patrol Operations 3 AJ LOW
CJ 165 Introduction to Probation and Parole 3 AJ LOW
CJ 170 Criminal Evidence 3 AJ LOW
CJ 175 Criminal Investigations 3 AJ 103
CJ 180 Criminal Law 3 AJ 221
CJ 190 Juvenile Delinquency 3 AJ 210
CJ 195 Introductions to Corrections 3 AJ 150
CJ 200 Comparative Justice 3 AJ LOW
CJ 210 Constitutional Law 3 AJ 220
CJ 215 Foundations in Criminology 3 AJ 208
CJ 220 Survey of Law 3 AJ 210
CJ 230 Criminal Justice Administrations and Organization 3 AJ 233
CJ 240 Police Community Relations 3 AJ 234
CJ 250 Constitutional and Criminal Procedures AJ LOW
ASCC UHH
Teacher Education
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ECE 141 Curriculum I in Early Childhood Education 3 ELCT LOW
ECE 142 Curriculum II in Early Childhood Education 3 ELCT LOW
ECE 150 Introduction to Parenthood Education 3 ELCT LOW
ECE 151 Guiding and Nurturing Young Children 3 ELCT LOW
ECE 152 Safety and Health for Young Children 3 ELCT LOW
ED 150 Introduction to Teaching 3 ED 210 (GE SocSci Area)
ED 157 Introduction to Elementary Curriculum Instruction 3 ED LOW
ED 160 Developments in Early Childhood Education 4 ED LOW
ED 215 Introduction to Exceptional Children 3 ED LOW
ED 240 Instructional Technologies 4 ED LOW
ED 257 Teaching and Language Arts to Elementary School Teachers 3 ED LOW
ED 257P Observation, Participation and Practicum 1 ED LOW
ED 280 Introduction to Bilingual Education 3 ED LOW
ED 285 Teaching Samoan Language and Culture 3 ED LOW
Teaching Samoan Language and Culture Practicum 1 ED LOW
ASCC UHH
Fine Arts
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ART 151 Art History Survey II 3 ART 176 (GE HumArea or World Cult)
ART 161 Indigenous Art Forms 3 ART LOW (GE Humanities Area)
ART 165 Basic Photography 3 ART 207 (GE Humanities Area)
ART 170 Drawing I 3 ART 121 (GE Humanities Area)
ART 171 Drawing II 3 ART 221 (GE Humanities Area)
ART 172 Painting I 3 ART 122 (GE Humanities Area)
ART 180 Ceramic Sculptures 3 ART 124 (GE Humanities Area)
ART 299 Advanced Art Studies and Project 3 ART 299V (GE Humanities Area)
DNC 150 Basic Dance Movements 3 DNCE LOW (GE Humanities Area)
DRA 250 Acting One 3 DRAM 221 (GE Humanities Area)
DRA 251 Introduction to Technical Theatre 3 DRAM 280 (GE Humanities Area)
MUS 151 Music Theory I 3 MUS 185 (GE Humanities Area)
ASCC UHH
Health and Human Services
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ASL 150 American Sign Language 4 LANG LOW (GE Language Arts)
HEA 140 Introduction to Health Occupations 3 ELCT LOW
HEA 151 Medical Terminology 3 Does not transfer
HEA 152 Standard First Aid and CPR 1 KES LOW
HEA 250 Introduction to Developmental Disabilities 3 ELCT LOW
HEA 299 Health Science Practicum/Work Experience 2 Does not transfer
HSV 150 Introduction to Human Services 3 SSCI SUBL
HSV 155 Introduction to Counseling and Guidance 3 SSCI SUBL
HSV 160 Psychological and Achievement Testing 3 PSY LOW (GE SocSci Area)
HSV 165 Career Development and Information Systems 3 ELCT LOW
HSV 200 General Counseling I 3 SSCI SUBL
HSV 220 Multicultural Guidance and Counseling 3 SSCI SUBL
HSV 250 Survey of Substance Abuse Problems 3 SSCI SUBL
HSV 299 Human Services Practicum/Work Experience 2 ELCT LOW
ASCC UHH
Language and Literature
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ASL 150 American Sign Language 4 LANG LOW (GE Language Arts)
ASCC UHH
Mathematics
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
MAT 150 Survey of Mathematics 3 MATH 100 (GE NatSci Area)
MAT 155 Vocational Technical Mathematics 3 Does not transfer
MAT 260 Introduction to Statistics 3 MATH 121 (GE NS Area)
MAT 281 Calculus II 5 MATH 206 (GE NS Area)
ASCC UHH
Nursing
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
NUR 150 Fundamentals of Nursing 7 NURS LOW
NUR 155 Nursing Perspectives 2 NURS LOW
NUR 180 Introduction to Adult Health 16 NURS LOW
NUR 190 Family/Child Nursing 8 ELCT LOW
NUR 203 Maternal-Newborn Nursing 6 NURS LOW
NUR 204 Nursing of Children 6 NURS LOW
NUR 205 Adult Health I 7 NURS LOW
NUR 206 Issues and Trends in Nursing 2 NURS LOW
NUR 207 Adult Health II 7 NURS LOW
NUR 208 Mental Health/Psychiatric Nursing I 6 NURS LOW
NUR 211 Community Health Nursing 6 NURS LOW
PHM 150 Introductions to Pharmacology 3 NURS LOW
PHM 200 General Pharmacology 4 NURS 203
ASCC UHH
Samoan Studies
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
SAM 172 Samoan Traditional Political 3 POLS LOW (GE SocSci Area)
SAM 204 Samoan Mythology 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 244 Theatrical Arts (Faleaitu) 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 251 Sophomore Samoan Composition 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 261 Samoan Oratory 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 271 Samoan Creative Writing 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 281 Translation 3 HUM SUBL
SAM 291 Journalism in Samoan 2 HUM SUBL
ASCC UHH
Science
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
BIO 181/181L Biology II 4 BIOL 176/BIOL 176L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
BIO 250 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 BIOL 243/BIOL 243L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
BIO 251 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 BIOL 244/BIOL 244L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
BIO 255 Microbiology 4 BIOL 275/BIOL 275L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
CHM 151/151L Chemistry II 4 CHEM 125/CHEM 125L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
MSC 100 Mop Seminar 1 MARE LOW
MSC 110/PED 170 Swimming 1 KES 103
MSC 150 Introduction to Oceanography 4 MARE 201 (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 155 Environmental Geology 4 GEOL 100/GEOL 100L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
MSC 157 South Pacific Geology 3 GEOL LOW (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 160 Natural Marine Resources 4 MARE LOW (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 170/170L Introduction to Marine Biology 4 MARE LOW/MARE LOWL (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
MSC 197/AGR 197 Polynesian Cultural and Natural Resources Learning Project 3 MARE LOW (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 200 Introduction to Aquaculture 3 MARE 262 (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 201 Mop Skill Project 1 MARE LOW
MSC 202 Mop Service Learning 1 MARE LOW
MSC 220 Introduction to Fisheries Management 3 MARE LOW (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 270 Tropical Island Ecology 4 MARE LOW (GE NatSci Area)
MSC 280 Marine Science Special Projects 2 MARE 299V
MSC 297/AGR 297 Environmental Service Learning Exchange 2 MARE LOW
PHY 152 Physics II 4 PHYS 107/PHYS 107L (GE NatSci Area and Lab)
ASCC UHH
Social Science
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ANT 210 Archaeological Field School 6 ANTH LOW (GE SocSci Area)
GEO 160 Introduction to Geography 3 GEOG 103 (GE SocSci Area)
PAD 150 Introduction to Public Administration 3 SSCI LOW (3)
POL 150 Introduction to American Government 3 POLS 101 (GE SocSci Area)
POL 151 Introduction to American Samoa Government 3 POLS LOW (GE SocSci Area)
POL 160 Introduction to Politics 3 POLS LOW (GE SocSci Area)
POL 170 Introduction to Public Policy 3 POLS LOW (GE SocSci Area)
POL 220 Pacific Current Affairs 3 POLS LOW (GE SocSci Area)
POL 250 Comparative Politics 3 POLS 251 (GE SocSci Area)
POL 251 International Relations 3 POLS 242 (GE SocSci Area)
PSY 250 Human Development 3 PSY LOW (GE SocSci Area)
SOC 150 Introduction to Sociology 3 SOC 100 (GE SocSci Area)
SOC 211 Social Issues 3 SOC 260 (GE SocSci Area)

TRADES AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION

ASCC UHH
Automotive Body Repair
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ABR 100 Introduction to Automotive Collision 3 Does not transfer
ABR 140 Welding and Cutting 6 Does not transfer
ABR 170 Electrical and Electronic Mechanical Systems 6 Does not transfer
ABR 180 Vehicle Glass, Door, & Hardware 3 Does not transfer
ABR 190 Trim, Panel, and Assemblies 3 Does not transfer
ABR 250 Minor Body Repairs 4 Does not transfer
ABR 255 Full & Partial Panel Replacement 4 Does not transfer
ABR 265 Corrosion, Body Fillers and Plastic Repairs 4 Does not transfer
ABR 270 Surface Preparations for Refinishing 3 Does not transfer
ABR 275 Equipment Preparations and Maintenance for Refinishing 3 Does not transfer
ABR 280 Blending Colors and Auto Finishes 3 Does not transfer
ABR 290 Applying the Finish 4 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Air Conditioning & Refrigeration
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ACR 100 Introductions to Air Conditioning and Refrigeration 3 Does not transfer
ACR 240 Intermediate to Air Conditioning and Domestic Cooling System 5 Does not transfer
ACR 280 Domestic and Commercial Refrigeration 5 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Architectural Drafting Technology
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ADT 140 Residential House Wiring 3 Does not transfer
ADT 150 Architectural Drafting I 3 Does not transfer
ADT 160 Introduction to AUTOCAD 3 Does not transfer
ADT 190 Residential Planning and Designing 3 Does not transfer
ADT 210 Architectural Drafting II 5 Does not transfer
ADT 215 Construction Codes 3 Does not transfer
ADT 230 Advanced Architectural Drafting 4 Does not transfer
ADT 251 Electrical Designs 4 Does not transfer
ADT 260 Advanced AUTOCAD 4 Does not transfer
ADT 280 Elements of Structural Drawing 3 Does not transfer
BPR 200 Blueprint Reading I 3 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Automotive
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
AUTO 100 Fundamentals of Automotive 3 Does not transfer
AUTO 172 Automotive Engine Performances 9 Does not transfer
AUTO 174 Automotive Braking Systems 6 Does not transfer
AUTO 176 Automotive Steering and Suspension 6 Does not transfer
AUTO 178 Automotive Electrical/Electronics 9 Does not transfer
AUTO 250 Advanced Auto Engine Performances 3 Does not transfer
AUTO 280 Automotive Engine Diagnosis and Repair 6 Does not transfer
AUTO 280 Automotive Transmission, Transaxle, and Drive Trains 9 Does not transfer
AUTO 284 Automotive Cooling/Heating and Air Conditioning 5 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Carpentry
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
CARP 100 Hand and Power Tools 3 Does not transfer
CARP 120 Plans, Building Codes, and Specifications 4 Does not transfer
CARP 150 Footing and Foundations 4 Does not transfer
CARP 160 Walls and Ceiling Framing 4 Does not transfer
CARP 170 Roofing Styles and Types 4 Does not transfer
CARP 180 Plumbing 4 Does not transfer
CARP 200 Exterior and Interior Doors, Windows, and Trim 4 Does not transfer
CARP 220 Interior Floors and Finishes 5 Does not transfer
CARP 221 Cabinet Making 6 Does not transfer
CARP 270 Remodeling and Renovation 6 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Civil Engineering Technology
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
CET 150 Plane Surveying 4 Does not transfer
CET 151 Plane Surveying II 4 Does not transfer
CET 160 Introduction to Geographic Information System 3 GEOG LOW (GE SocSci Area)
CET 261 Construction Procedures and Management 3 Does not transfer
CET 265 Hydraulics and Hydrology 3 Does not transfer
CET 270 Land Development 3 Does not transfer
CET 299 Cooperative Work Internship 4 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Diesel Engines
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
DISL 100 Introduction to Diesel Engines 3 Does not transfer
DISL 150 Brakes, Air (Pneumatic) and Hydraulic Systems 3 Does not transfer
DISL 160 Heavy Duty Electrical/Electronic Systems 5 Does not transfer
DISL 162 Diesel Fuel Injection and Computerized Systems 5 Does not transfer
DISL 200 Small to Medium (Compact) Diesel Engines 5 Does not transfer
DISL 250 Heavy Duty Diesel Engines 5 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Electronics
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ELE 150 Electronic I 4 Does not transfer
ELE 151 Electronic II 4 Does not transfer
ELE 170 Consumer Electric 4 Does not transfer
ELE 190 Digital Techniques 4 Does not transfer
ELE 201 Communication Systems 4 Does not transfer
ELE 202 Computer Systems 4 Does not transfer
ELE 299A Electronic Systems Practicum 4 Does not transfer
ELE 299B Communication Systems Practicum 4 Does not transfer
ELE 299C Computer Systems Practicum 4 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Electrical Technology Program
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ETP 100 Basic Electrical Theory I 3 Does not transfer
ETP 120 Basic Electrical Theory II 4 Does not transfer
ETP 130 National Electrical Code 3 Does not transfer
ETP 150 Residential Housing Wiring (Formerly Applied Residential Wiring) 5 Does not transfer
ETP 299A Cooperative Work Internship 4 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Information Communication Technology
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
ICT 155 IT Essentials 3 ELCT LOW
ICT 161 Networking For Home and Small Business 4 ELCT LOW
ICT 162 Working at a Small 2 Medium Business or ISP 4 ELCT LOW
ICT 170 Microcomputer Applications 3 CS 101 (GE NS Area)
ICT 261 Introducing Routing and Switching in the Enterprise 4 ELCT LOW
ICT 262 Designing and Supporting Computer Networks 4 ELCT LOW
ICT 270 Advanced Office Applications 3 Does not transfer
ASCC UHH
Welding
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
WLD 100 Welding Fundamentals and Metallurgy 3 Does not transfer
WLD 160 Introduction to Oxyacetylene Welding 5 Does not transfer
WLD 170 Introduction to Basic Shielded Metal Arc Welding 5 Does not transfer
WLD 190 Advanced Oxyacetylene Welding 6 Does not transfer
WLD 260 Advanced Shielded Metal Arc Welding 6 Does not transfer
WLD 270 Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) 6 Does not transfer
WLD 280 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) 6 Does not transfer
WLD 290 Special Welding Processes 4 Does not transfer

Enrichment Courses

ASCC UHH
Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
MSL 100 Introduction to Physical Fitness 1
MSL 101 Introduction to Military Science I 3 MSL 101
MSL 102 Introduction to Military Science II 3 MSL 102
MSL 201 Intermediate Military Science I 3 MSL 201
MSL 202 Intermediate Military Science II 3 MSL 202
ASCC UHH
College Life Planning (CLP)
Course Alpha CourseName Credits
CLP 150 College and Life Planning 3 UNIV 101