DRAKE UNIVERSITY


TRANSFER PATHWAYS GUIDE: AREAS OF INQUIRY
The Areas of Inquiry requirements are designed to provide students with a solid introduction to a variety of intellectual fields and a diversity of learning experiences. Students are required to take one course in each Area of Inquiry listed below, with the exceptions of the Historical Foundations and Scientific Literacy areas where two courses each are required. Note that in the Scientific Literacy area, one course must fall under the Physical Sciences and the other course must fall under the Life and Behavioral Sciences. One of the two Scientific Literacy courses must carry a 1 credit lab.


Note that no double counting of courses across Areas of Inquiry is permitted. In other words, even if a given course is listed under more than one Area of Inquiry (as some are), that course may be counted only once, toward one of the Areas where it appears, but not toward more than one.

Students who complete an AA or AS degree, earn a minimum 2.0 GPA, and complete a minimum of 60 transferable credits at an Iowa community college are waived from completing the specific Areas of Inquiry at Drake.

Artistic Literacy (ARTS)
Drake students will learn to interpret and/or create art. Art constructs an essential and ongoing dialogue among individuals, cultures, and societies. Art—whether it takes visual, musical, or theatrical form—grows out of sustained intellectual inquiry. Drake students will recognize that art provides distinctive ways to engage the world and create expressions of the human condition.
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ART 101 ART APPRECIATION (3)
ART 074 INTRO TO ART (3.000)
08/28/2006 
ART 133 DRAWING LAB (3)
ART 015 OBSERVATIONAL DRAWING (3.000)
09/23/2019 
ART 203 ART HISTORY I (3)
ART 075 THEMES IN ART HISTORY (0.000 OR 4.000)
08/20/2019 
ART 204 ART HISTORY II (3)
ART 0 ART LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/20/2019 
DRA 101 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE (3)
THEA 076 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE (3.000)
08/28/2006 
DRA 125 INTRODUCTION TO PLAY ANALYSIS (3)
THEA 005 READINGS IN THEATRE (3.000)
08/21/2019 
HUM 116 ENCOUNTERS IN HUMANITIES (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/25/2014 
MUS 100 MUSIC APPRECIATION (3)
MUS 080 MUSIC IN WESTERN CULTURE (3.000)
08/28/2006 
MUS 102 MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS (3)
MUS 011 FOUNDATIONS OF MUSIC THEORY (3.000)
08/27/2012 
MUS 202 WORLD MUSIC (3)
MUS 081 WORLD MUSIC FOR MUSIC MAJORS (3.000)
08/27/2012 
MUS 205 JAZZ HISTORY AND APPRECIATION (3)
MUS 078 INTRO TO JAZZ (3.000)
08/26/2013 
Critical Thinking (CRIT)
The Drake Curriculum makes an intentional effort to help students acquire the skills for rational analysis and argumentation. Critical Thinking should be purposeful, rigorous, self-reflective, and based on a careful consideration of evidence.
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ACC 131 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I (4)
ACCT 0-- ACCT-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
ACCT 041 INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING (3.000)
08/26/2013 
BUS 185 BUSINESS LAW I (3)
BLAW 060 BUSINESS LAW I (3.000)
08/28/2006 
CIS 171 JAVA (3)
CS 065 INTRO TO CS I (3.000)
08/31/2015 
DRA 125 INTRODUCTION TO PLAY ANALYSIS (3)
THEA 005 READINGS IN THEATRE (3.000)
08/21/2019 
LIT 209 LITERATURE FILM ADAPTATION (3)
ENG 030 GENRES (0.000 TO 3.000)
08/31/2015 
LIT 210 THE GRAPHIC NOVEL (3)
ENG 030 GENRES (0.000 TO 3.000)
08/31/2015 
MKT 150 PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING (3)
JMC 076 ADVERTISING PRINCIPLES (3.000)
08/31/2015 
PHI 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (3)
PHIL 021 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY (3.000)
01/20/2009 
PHI 105 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS (3)
PHIL 090 ETHICS (0.000 TO 3.000)
08/31/2015 
PSY 251 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (3)
PSY 030 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (3.000)
08/28/2006 
SPC 101 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION (3)
SCSR 073 PUBLIC SPEAKING (3.000)
01/25/2016 
Engaged Citizen (CITZ)
Democracy relies upon the participation of an engaged, knowledgeable and responsible citizenry. As preparation for active participation in public debate, Drake students learn to evaluate the mix of diverse values and interests that influence democratic decision-making. In a sophomore level course, students have the opportunity to bring diverse disciplines to bear in further developing the skills, knowledge, and dispositions that will lead them to be active stewards working for the common good of local, national and global communities. This requirement will be fulfilled through coursework that challenges students to critically reflect upon the social, economic or political institutions and issues that shape the choices they will face as citizens.
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COM 148 DIVERSITY AND THE MEDIA (3)
JMC 066 MEDIA RESPONSIBILITY OVER TIME (3.000)
08/15/2019 
POL 121 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (3)
POLS 075 WORLD POLITICS (3.000)
10/22/2019 
POL 163 NEWS MEDIA AND POLITICS (3)
POLS 116 MEDIA/MODERN POLITIC (3.000)
10/22/2018 
SPC 101 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION (3)
SCSR 073 PUBLIC SPEAKING (3.000)
01/25/2016 
Global and Cultural Understanding (GLOB)
Through understanding the interaction of knowledge, awareness, and cultural responsibility, Drake students will pursue the ideal wherein all persons have value and a voice. They will learn to examine aspects of society in relation to nationality, race, ethnicity, gender or culture, including the interactive nature of relations among people who differ according to these categories.
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ANT 105 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3)
SCSA 002 INTRO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3.000)
08/22/2011 
ANT 110 FACES OF CULTURE (3)
SCSA 0-- ANTHROPOLOGY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
ANT 125 APPLICATIONS OF ANTHROPOLOGY (3)
SCSA 0-- ANTHROPOLOGY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
ANT 140 CULTURE & ENV OF BOREAL FOREST (2)
SCSA 0-- ANTHROPOLOGY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
ANT 150 GLOBAL ISSUES-LOCAL PERSPEC (3)
SCSA 0-- ANTHROPOLOGY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
ANT 202 HUMAN ORIGINS (3)
SCSA 0-- ANTHROPOLOGY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/26/2013 
BUS 220 INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS (3)
BUS 070 GLOBALIZATION (3.000)
01/26/2015 
FLA 142 ELEMENTARY ARABIC II (4)
ARAB 0 ARABIC LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/15/2019 
FLA 242 INTERMEDIATE ARABIC II (4)
ARAB 0 ARABIC LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/15/2019 
FLC 142 ELEMENTARY CHINESE II (4)
CHIN 0 CHIN LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
08/15/2019 
FLC 242 INTERMEDIATE CHINESE II (4)
CHIN 0 CHIN LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
08/15/2019 
FLF 152 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II (5)
FREN 0 FREN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLF 242 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH II (4)
FREN 0 FREN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLG 142 ELEMENTARY GERMAN II (4)
GERM 0 GERM LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLG 242 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN II (4)
GERM 0 GERM LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLI 142 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN II (4)
ITAL 0 ITAL LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLI 242 INTERMEDIATE ITALIAN II (4)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/27/2012 
FLJ 142 ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II (4)
JAPN 0 JAPN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLJ 242 INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE II (4)
JAPN 0 JAPN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/16/2019 
FLS 152 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II (5)
SPAN 0 SPAN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
10/22/2018 
FLS 242 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II (4)
SPAN 0 SPAN LOWER LEVEL TRANSFER CR (1.000 TO 10.000)
10/22/2018 
GEO 111 INTRO TO GEOGRAPHY (3)
SCSG 0 SCSG LOWER DIVISION (0.000 TO 10.000)
03/10/2021 
GEO 124 REG GEOG OF THE NONWEST WORLD (3)
SCSG 0-- GEOGRAPHY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GEO 125 REGIONAL GEOG OF THE DEV WORLD (3)
SCSG 0-- GEOGRAPHY LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GLS 199 JAPAN: THE CHANGING TRADITION (2)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GLS 200 COUNTRY STUDY (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GLS 210 INTERNATIONAL YEAR SEMINAR (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/27/2012 
GLS 220 THE MIDDLE EAST AND ISLAM (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GLS 230 LATIN AMERICA (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
GLS 235 INTRO TO INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (3)
GE 0-- GENERAL ELECTIVE LOWER DIVISION (0-6)
08/22/2011 
HIS 211 MODERN ASIAN HISTORY (3)
HIST 022 EAST ASIAN SINCE 1600 (3.000)
08/29/2016 
HIS 216 HISTORY OF MODERN RUSSIA (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 257 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (3)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/26/2013 
LIT 130 AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE (3)
ENG 065 INTRO AFRICAN AMERICAN LIT (3.000)
08/26/2013 
LIT 150 WORLD LITERATURE I (3)
ENG 020 LITERATURE & CULTURE (3.000)
08/25/2014 
LIT 151 WORLD LITERATURE II (3)
ENG 020 LITERATURE & CULTURE (3.000)
08/25/2014 
MUS 202 WORLD MUSIC (3)
MUS 081 WORLD MUSIC FOR MUSIC MAJORS (3.000)
08/27/2012 
POL 125 COMPARATIVE GOV’T & POLITICS (3)
POLS 065 COMPARATIVE POLITICS (3.000)
08/28/2006 
REL 101 SURVEY OF WORLD RELIGIONS (3)
REL 003 INTRO TO WORLD RELIGIONS (3.000)
01/26/2015 
SOC 200 MINORITY GROUP RELATIONS (3)
SCSS 0 SOCIOLOGY-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/27/2012 
Historical Foundations (HIST)
Drake students will gain greater understanding of the historical foundations of the modern world and the interconnections of global cultures. Students will use historical analyses to study the interplay of multiple forces of change over time. Two courses are required in this area of inquiry.
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ART 203 ART HISTORY I (3)
ART 075 THEMES IN ART HISTORY (0.000 OR 4.000)
08/20/2019 
ART 204 ART HISTORY II (3)
ART 0 ART LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/20/2019 
HIS 112 WEST CIV: ANCIENT TO EARLY MOD (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 113 WEST CIV: EARLY MODERN TO PRES (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
01/20/2009 
HIS 150 U.S. HISTORY TO 1877 (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
HIST 075 US HIST TO 1877 (3.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 153 U.S. HISTORY SINCE 1877 (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
HIST 076 US HIST SINCE 1877 (3.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 201 IOWA HISTORY (3)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 211 MODERN ASIAN HISTORY (3)
HIST 022 EAST ASIAN SINCE 1600 (3.000)
08/29/2016 
HIS 216 HISTORY OF MODERN RUSSIA (4)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/22/2011 
HIS 249 STUDY ABROAD: BRIT LIFE & CULTURE (3)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/27/2012 
HIS 257 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY (3)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/26/2013 
HIS 266 THE CIVIL WAR (3)
HIST 0-- HIST LOWER DIVISION (0.500 TO 10.000)
08/22/2011 
Information Literacy (INFO)
Drake students will learn to acquire, analyze, interpret, and integrate information, employing appropriate technology to assist with these processes, and to understand the social and ethical implications of information use and misuse. Drake students will use appropriate sources, including library and internet resources, to process and evaluate information. Students will gain an understanding of the social and ethical issues encountered in a networked world, an ability to assess the quality of information, and learn appropriate ways to reference information sources.
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CIS 171 JAVA (3)
CS 065 INTRO TO CS I (3.000)
08/31/2015 
JOU 110 INTRO TO MASS MEDIA (3)
JMC 030 MASS MEDIA IN A GLOBAL SOCIETY (3.000)
01/19/2010 
Quantitative Literacy (QUAN)
Drake students will learn to reason with the symbols and components of mathematical languages as well as effectively use the principles that underlie these operations. Courses that satisfy this requirement will have mathematical reasoning as their principal focus. They may also address questions that engage learners with the world around them and help them to analyze quantitative claims that arise from the study of civic, political, scientific, or social issues. Quantitative literacy courses may be focused on the mathematical needs of a specific discipline or on a specific interdisciplinary issue or problem.
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MAT 110 MATH FOR LIBERAL ARTS (3)
MATH 017 SPIRIT OF MATHEMATICS (3.000)
01/17/2012 
MAT 114 ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS MATH I (3)
MATH 0-- MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
01/26/2015 
MAT 116 ELEMENTARY EDUCATORS MATH II (3)
MATH 0-- MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
01/26/2015 
MAT 121 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (4)
MATH 0-- MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/27/2012 
MAT 129 PRECALCULUS (5)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 020 PRECALCULUS: ALGEBRA & TRIG (0.000 TO 4.000)
06/13/2018 
MAT 141 FINITE MATH (4)
MATH 0-- MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
MAT 148 LINEAR ALGEBRA W/APPLICATIONS (4)
MATH 080 LINEAR ALGEBRA (3.000)
08/27/2012 
MAT 157 STATISTICS (4)
STAT 071 STATISTICS I (3.000)
01/18/2018 
MAT 162 PRIN. OF BUSINESS STATISTICS (4)
STAT 0 STAT LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
STAT 071 STATISTICS I (3.000)
05/24/2021 
MAT 164 CALCULUS FOR BUSN/SOCIAL SCI (4)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 028 BUSINESS CALCULUS (3.000)
08/08/2018 
MAT 211 CALCULUS I (5)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 050 CALCULUS I (3.000)
09/21/2020 
MAT 217 CALCULUS II (5)
MATH 0 MATH-LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 070 CALCULUS II (3.000)
09/21/2020 
MAT 219 CALCULUS III (4)
MATH 1 MATH-UPPER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
MATH 100 CALCULUS III (3.000)
09/21/2020 
Scientific Literacy
Scientific literacy is crucial for understanding the issues that affect the future for all people, locally, nationally, and globally. Drake students will gain a basic understanding of content, methods, and contributions of science through courses rooted in the content of the life/behavioral and physical sciences. Through significant exposure to experiment and theory, students will be able to meaningfully interpret and evaluate scientific information for personal and professional applications as engaged citizens. All courses that fulfill this AOI will engage students to achieve basic scientific literacy; individual courses will pursue the additional outcomes as appropriate to their disciplinary or interdisciplinary focus. Drake students will complete two courses in this area of inquiry, including one in the life/behavioral sciences and one in the physical sciences. At least one course taken for this AOI will include a laboratory or field experience.
Life/Behavioral Science (LIFE)
Students must take one course in the Life/Behavioral Science category.
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BIO 104 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY W/LAB (3)
BIO 001 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES-NON-MAJORS (2.000 TO 3.000)
BIO 001L BIOLOGY LABORATORY (1.000)
01/19/2010 
BIO 112 GENERAL BIOLOGY I (4)
BIO 012 GENERAL/PRE-PROFESSIONAL BIO I (3.000)
BIO 012L GEN/PRE-PROF BIO I LAB (1.000)
08/25/2008 
BIO 113 GENERAL BIOLOGY II (4)
BIO 013 GEN/PRE-PROFESSIONAL BIO II (3.000)
BIO 013L GEN/PRE-PRO BIOLOGY II LAB (1.000)
08/25/2014 
BIO 135 INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY (4)
BIO 019 INTRODUCTION TO BOTANY (3.000)
BIO 019L BOTANY LAB (1.000)
08/22/2011 
BIO 138 FIELD ECOLOGY (3)
BIO 0-- BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
05/16/2011 
BIO 156 HUMAN BIOLOGY W/LAB (3)
BIO 0-- BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
BIO 164 ESSENTIALS ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY (5)
BIO 0-- BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
05/16/2011 
BIO 225 MARINE BIOLOGY I (4)
BIO 0-- BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/22/2005 
BIO 732 HEALTH SCIENCE MICROBIOLOGY (4)
BIO 0 BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
BIO 095 MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY (3.000)
10/19/2018 
BIO 733 HEALTH SCIENCE ANATOMY (3)
BIO 0 BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
01/17/2018 
BIO 734 HEALTH SCIENCE PHYSIOLOGY (3)
BIO 0-- BIO LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 105 SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (3)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 122 INTRO TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY (4)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/23/2010 
CHM 132 INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEMISTRY (4)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 263 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (5)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
CHEM 097 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (3.000)
CHEM 098 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I (1.000)
05/16/2011 
CHM 273 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (5)
CHEM 1 CHEM UPPER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
CHEM 108 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (3.000)
CHEM 110 ORGANIC CHEM LAB II (1.000)
01/26/2015 
ENV 115 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE (3)
ENSS 035 ONE EARTH:GLOB ENV SCIENCE (3.000)
08/16/2019 
ENV 116 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB (1)
ENSS 036 ONE EARTH LABORATARY (1.000)
08/16/2019 
PSY 111 INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (3)
PSY 001 INTRO PSYCHOLOGY (0.000 TO 4.000)
11/10/2017 
Physical Science (PHSC)
Students must take one course in the Physical Science category.
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CHM 105 SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (3)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 122 INTRO TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY (4)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/23/2010 
CHM 132 INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEMISTRY (4)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 165 GENERAL/ INORG CHEMISTRY I (4)
CHEM 001 GEN CHEMISTRY I (3.000)
CHEM 003 GENERAL CHEM LAB I (1.000)
08/28/2006 
CHM 263 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (5)
CHEM 0 CHEM LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
CHEM 097 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I (3.000)
CHEM 098 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB I (1.000)
05/16/2011 
CHM 273 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (5)
CHEM 1 CHEM UPPER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
CHEM 108 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II (3.000)
CHEM 110 ORGANIC CHEM LAB II (1.000)
01/26/2015 
PHS 152 ASTRONOMY (4)
ASTR 001 DESCRIPT ASTRONOMY (3.000)
ASTR 01L DESC ASTRONOMY LAB (1.000)
08/27/2007 
PHS 166 METEOROLOGY, WEATHER & CLIMATE (4)
ENSS 022 METEOROLOGY: SCIENCE / WEATHER (0.000 TO 4.000)
08/16/2019 
PHY 106 SURVEY OF PHYSICS (4)
PHSC 0 PHSC LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
PHSC 001 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (0.000 TO 3.000)
01/18/2011 
PHY 160 GENERAL PHYSICS I (5)
PHY 0 PHY LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
PHY 011 GENERAL PHYSICS I
08/27/2007 
PHY 213 CLASSICAL PHYSICS I (6)
PHY 0 PHY LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
PHY 001 INTRO PHYSICS I (0.000 TO 4.000)
08/28/2006 
PHY 710 TECHNICAL PHYSICS (3)
PHSC 001 PHYSICAL SCIENCE (0.000 TO 3.000)
10/22/2018 
Values and Ethics (VE)
Drake students will learn to recognize ethical issues and to reflect critically upon the demands of conscience. They will develop as reflective practitioners with an understanding of the larger goals of stewardship inherent in their professional endeavors, and have a sense of obligation that extends to beyond the self. They will develop an understanding of the skills and knowledge necessary to anticipate the consequences of actions as well as an understanding of the dispositions necessary to develop a commitment to ethical conduct. Students will develop the basic tools required to question themselves and others in a responsible manner and to evaluate the ethical implications of both collective and personal choices.
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BUS 185 BUSINESS LAW I (3)
BLAW 060 BUSINESS LAW I (3.000)
08/28/2006 
PHI 105 INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS (3)
PHIL 090 ETHICS (0.000 TO 3.000)
08/31/2015 
Written Communication (WRIT)
Drake students will learn to read with discrimination and understanding and to write persuasively. Drake students will learn to shape their writing according to subject, purpose, medium, context and intended audience.
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DRA 252 PLAYWRITING (3)
THEA 006 PLAYWRITING I (3.000)
08/21/2019 
ENG 105 COMPOSITION I (3)
ENG 0-- ENG LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/25/2014 
ENG 106 COMPOSITION II (3)
ENG 0-- ENG LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 108 COMP II: TECHNICAL WRITING (3)
ENG 094 BUSINESS & ADMIN WRITING (3.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 145 STRATEGIES FOR COMPOSITION (2)
ENG 0 ENG LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
01/24/2018 
ENG 221 CREATIVE WRITING (3)
ENG 0-- ENG LOWER DIVISION (1.000 TO 10.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 225 CREATIVE WRITING: POETRY (3)
ENG 091 READING/WRITING POETRY (3.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 230 CREATIVE WRITING: FICTION (3)
ENG 092 READING/WRITING SHORT STORY (3.000)
08/28/2006 
ENG 235 PLAYWRITING AND SCREENWRITING (3)
ENG 090 READING/WRITING DRAMA (3.000)
08/28/2006 
JOU 121 NEWSWRITING AND REPORTING (3)
JMC 054 REPORTING & WRITING PRINCIPLES (3.000)
08/28/2006 
Drake's Transfer Policies
Work with a Drake University Admission Counselor to find out exactly how your credits will transfer, keeping the following in mind:

  • Students can transfer a maximum of 66 credit hours from DMACC or other community colleges. A Drake bachelor's degree requires a minimum of 124 credits.
  • A grade of C- or higher is required for all transfer coursework.
  • A minimum of 40 upper level (100-199) credits is required for Drake bachelor's degrees.
  • The last 30 credit hours must be completed at Drake University.
  • Admitted students with an A.A. or A.S. degree from an Iowa community college who have at least 60 semester credits acceptable for transfer and a minimum 2.00 cumulative grade point average will enter Drake University having fulfilled the Areas of Inquiry requirements.
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