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1 AFRO AM 101 AAS 200 ANTHRO 201 ANT EC 202 ANT ANT EC 210 GEN EC ARCHITC CON EC 115 CON EC CON EC 202 CON CON EC 266 CON EC ART 103 ART EC 115 ART ART EC 117 ART EC 118 ART EC 119 ART EC NT 130 ART EC 131 ART ART ART EC 142 ART ART EC 144 ART ART ART EC 161 ART EC 162 ART EC 163 ART EC 166 ART EC 167 ART EC ART 172 ART EC COM EC NT 200 ART COM EC ASTRONOMY 201 AST EC 202 AST 300 BIOLOGY BIO EC 107 FCS EC 109 BIO EC 110 BIO BIO EC 119 BIO BIO (for HS, NUR, Dietetics, and Community Wellness majors) 121 BIO (for BCM, BIO, BMS, CHM, and ENS Majors) 122 BIO (for HS majors) 122 BIO (for BCM, BIO, BMS, CHM, and ENS Majors) BIO EC BIO EC 205 BIO CHM 205 = CHM (CHM 162 only for Dietetics majors) 210 BIO 301 BIOLOGY 226 BIO BIO Dietetics, Nursing and Health Science majors are required to take BIOLOGY and an additional pathophysiology course (BIO 205) or the one offered at Bradley (BIO 204) BIO EC BIO EC BIO BIO EC 243 BIO EC =BIO BIO EC BOTANY 201 BIO 334 BUSINESS BUS NT 117 NT 141 NT 181 ATG ATG BUS EC 203 EC NTB NT BUS EC 214 BLW 342 (for new transfer students only) 216 NT 221 BUS EC 231 BUS EC 232 I B BUS EC

2 BUSINESS 236 BUS EC 237 NT 241 EC NTB BUS EC 250 NT 255 BUS EC BUS EC 268 NT 269 EC NTB 270 NT BUS EC 273 ML EC NTB NT 285 BUS EC NT CHEM 121 CHM CHM CHM or CHM CHM BIO 209 = CHM (CHM 162 only for Dietetics majors) 207 CHM CHM (CHM 162 only for Dietetics majors) CHM 326 Maximum of 4 hrs total allowed from CHEM CHM CHM CHM CHM CHM 299 CHINESE 101 WLC WLC WLC WLC WLC EC CHLD DV 100 NT 101 ETE ETE ETE ETE ETE ETE EC ETE EC 149 ETE (for Early Childhood majors only) 201 ETE ETE EC 225 ETE EC ETE EC 248 ETE EC 257 NT 258 ETE ETE EC 260 NT 262 ETE ETE ETE ETE EC CIS NT 103 CIS CS EC CS EC 116 CS EC 120 NT NT 130 CS EC 135 CIS 203 CIS 142 CS CS CS EC 158 NT 171 NT 181 I M I M EC MIS/CIS CIS CS CS CS EC CS EC CS EC 260 NT 265 NT 280 CS EC 281 I M EC 282 I M 365 CMMEDIA 110 ART NT ART EC 167 NT CRM JUS 102 CJS CJS EC 114 CJS EC 151 CJS EC 155 CJS EC 170 CJS EC 172 GEN EC 173 CJS EC 174 GEN EC 202 CJS EC

3 CRM JUS 210 CJS EC 211 CJS CJS EC 221 CJS GEN EC 234 CJS CJS EC 256 GEN EC DIET TC Subject to approval by FCS Department DMD 105 I M EC 115 I M EC 121 I M EC 131 I M EC 168 I M EC 179 I M EC 221 I M I M I M EC 279 I M 285 ECON 101 ECO NT 201 ECO ECO BUS EC EDUC 101 ETE EC 102 ETE ETE EC 203 ETE EC 205 NT EDUC 208 NT 209 ETE ETE NT 256 ETE ETE EC 269 ETE ETE EC 299 ETE EC ENG 100 NT 101 ENG ENG EC 105 NT COM EC COM EC 152 COM COM EC 197 ENG EC 201 ENG EC 203 ENG EC 241 ENG ENG ENG 207 ENGR ** 100 MFG EC MFG EC 115 MFG EC 131 MFG EC ME MFG EC 165 See Dept Chair 190 See Dept Chair 202 See Dept Chair 206 See Dept Chair 250 MFG EC ENTRE 201 ENT 281 ENVR ST 101 BIO ENS EC ENVR TC 105 ENS EC 107 GES EC 121 TEC EC NT 193 BIO EC FIN ART GEN EC FRENCH WLF EC 206 WLF EC 210 WLF EC WLF EC GEOG GEO EC 115 GEO EC 201 GES 101 GEOL 201 GES GES EC GERMAN WLG EC 206 WLG EC 210 WLG EC WLG EC HEALTH 250 HLT EC 251 NT

4 HISTORY 111 HIS HIS HIS EC 116 HIS HIS EC 118 HIS HIS EC HIS EC 215 HIS HIS EC 225 HIS HIS EC 232 HIS HIS HIS EC HIS EC HUMAN 100 HUM EC 105 COM HUM EC 123 HUM EC 141 HUM EC 143 HUM EC 144 WGS HUM EC 146 WGS EC HUM EC HUM EC 210 HUM EC HUM EC 220 HUM EC ITALIAN WLX EC 206 WLX EC WLX EC JPN WLX EC LIT 110 ENG ENG EC 115 ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG EC 121 ENG ENG EC 126 ENG ENG EC 128 ENG ENG EC 130 ETE ENG EC 132 ENG ENG EC 137 ENG ENG ENG ENG EC 155 ENG EC 156 ENG EC or ENG ENG EC 211 ENG ENG EC 221 ENG 124 or ENG 127 (possible ENG 235 or 239 for English majors) 223 ENG ENG EC MATH NT 118 MTH NT 121 ETE ETE MTH 111 or Q M ETE EC MATH 140 MTH MTH EC 143 MTH MTH MTH NT 202 ETE EC 204 MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH MTH See Dept Chair for possible credit 299 See Dept Chair for possible credit MICROBIOLOGY 233 BIO BIO BIO 347 MUSIC 101 MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS MUS EC 117 MUS EC 119 MUS EC MUS EC 124 MUS EC MUS EC 150 MUS MUS 115

5 MUSIC 183 MUS EC 200 MUS EC 201 MUS MUS MUS EC 221 MUS MUS MUS 236 OCEAN 101 GES 300 PHIL 105 PHL PHL EC 107 PHL RLS PHL EC 151 PHL EC 201 PHL PHL PHL EC 225 PHL 350 PHY SCI NSC EC 107 NSC EC NSC EC 118 ENS EC PHYSICS 102 EGN EC PHY EC 215 C E 150 or IMT C E 250 or IMT C E 270 or IMT PHY EC 221 PHY PHY NT PHYSICS 231 PHY PHY PHY PHY 201 POLISH WLX EC 206 WLX EC 210 WLX EC WLX EC POL SCI 200 PLS EC 201 PLS PLS EC 203 PLS PLS PLS EC 207 PLS PLS EC 213 PLS EC 215 PLS EC PSY 201 PSY PSY NT 206 PSY PSY PSY EC 210 NT 211 PSY PSY PSY EC 215 PSY PSY PSY PSY EC 224 ETE 210 or PSY PSY EC 299 See Dept Chair for possible credit. RELIGN 101 RLS RLS RLS RLS EC 106 RLS RLS RLS/PSY 280 SOC SCI SSC EC 105 SSC EC 110 I S EC 221 SSC EC Remaining courses subject to approval by Sociology/Social Work Departments. SOC SERVICE Courses subject to approval by Sociology/Social Work Departments. 101 S W S W 250 SOC 110 SOC EC 201 SOC SOC EC 203 SOC SOC SOC SOC EC 220 NT 222 SOC EC 225 CJS EC 241 SOC EC 280 SOC EC

6 SPANISH WLS EC 111 WLS EC WLS EC NT 199 WLS EC 206 WLS EC 210 WLS EC WLS EC SPEECH 100 COM EC 101 COM COM EC COM EC 112 COM EC 131 THE NT 140 NT 143 NT 144 COM EC 145 COM COM EC COM EC 205 NT 206 COM EC 243 NT **Students enrolled in any manufacturing or mechanical technology program or other related technology programs should work with the Academic Advisor in the Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and Technology at Bradley to prepare a transfer program. For some schools, 2+2 programs are in place. Please contact the IMET Department at (309) THR ART 131 THE THE THE THE THE EC 144 THE EC 230 THE EC 232 THE 107 or THE THE THE 498 ZOOL 211 BIO EC

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