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Transfer Articulation
 
     
  We appreciate your interest in the University of South Alabama (USA). USA is dedicated to making the transfer transition as easy as possible. As required by state law, USA will take your coursework as outlined on the AGSC Transfer Guide and graduate you with the same number of hours as our native students in the same major (assuming you do not change majors). If you have printed out an AGSC Approved Transfer guide for Health Education, we would strongly recommend that you print this page and use it along with your AGSC guide. Our Colleges/Departments have chosen those courses which would best fit into USA's existing General Studies Program. To minimize transfer problems and best prepare you to finish your program in the minimum hours required, you should take courses as outlined below. Thanks again for choosing the University of South Alabama.  
     
 
6-12 Health Education
 
 
Area V Professional Studies
 
 
Required Courses
 
     
  The following courses are required for the degree in Health Education at the University of South Alabama. These courses are in addition to the courses listed on the STARS guide that you accessed. These courses fulfill degree requirements in Area V of the Alabama General Studies Core Curriculum and may be taken at your community college.  
     
  Please print these pages. Fill in your name, signature, and today's date. Attach these pages to your STARS articulation guide.  
 
 
 
Name (print): Last:
  First:
  Middle:
Signature:   ________________________________________________________
Date:  
 
 
 
     
  Remember that although more than 60 semester hours may be taught at the freshman/ sophomore level and thus listed as possibilities on the STARS guides and this Area V page, you MAY NOT transfer more than 60 semester hours from a junior or community college. You should take no more than 60 semester hours at the two-year institution.  
     
  When you have finished reviewing these Area V requirements, please visit the University of South Alabama Undergraduate Admissions Page for more information about transferring to USA and applying to the University.  
     
  Note:  
  If the courses listed below are also listed in Area I-IV as options, you may fulfill these Area V requirements by taking the courses in Areas I-IV, thus taking fewer courses in Area V. This will reduce the total number of semester hours that you take and assist you in graduating from USA with the minimum120 hours required for the degree.  
     
 
 
   
AREA III - Total 11 semester hours:  
   
MA 110 or higher MTH 110 or higher
   
Two (2) science lab courses Two (2) science lab courses


AREA V - No more than 23 semester hours  
HS 170     HED 230    
HS 262     -or-      
HS 263     HED 231    
BMD 114    
BMD 115     HED 221    
PE 201     -or-      
PE 100     HED 224    
PE 101-157 Activity (1 hour)  
        HEC 140
 
        BIO 201    
        BIO 202    
        PED 200    
        PED 100    
               
        PED any PE Activity course


 
  Questions regarding degree/graduation requirements and the applicability of transfer credit toward satisfaction of degree requirements should be directed to the College of Education UCOM 3100, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002 (251) 380-2893.  
     
  Questions regarding transfer admission and transfer credit evaluation should be directed to the Office of Admissions, Meisler Hall Suite 2500, University of South Alabama, Mobile, AL 36688-0002 (251) 460-6141 or (800) 872-5247.  
     
  For more information regarding the degree in Health Education at the University of South Alabama, please consult the USA Bulletin.  
 
 
   
     
   
     
 
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