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UNI College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences majors include:

  • Design Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Geography
  • Political Science
  • History
  • Sociology
  • Anthropology
  • Criminology
  • Social Work
  • Psychology

Transfer Course Equivalencies and Admissions Requirements

The following course recommendations are for students pursuing their Liberal Arts - AA degree at Hawkeye.

We encourage you to visit a Hawkeye Advisor in Student Services and work with your UNI advisor to plan the courses you need to take at Hawkeye to transfer to the major of your choice.

The requirements and the prerequisites to be admitted to the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences vary by major and are subject to change without notice. Please check with UNI for verification of courses.

Social Work 2.5 GPA minimum
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
MAT156 Statistics STAT1772 (800:072)
Intro to Statistical Methods
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology PSYCH1001 (400:001)
Intro to Psychology
PSY121 Developmental Psychology PSYCH2202 (400:120)
Developmental Psych
SOC160 Introduction to Social Work SW2042 (450:042)
Social Services and Social Work
SOC200 Minority Group Relations  
Psychology 2.5 GPA minimum
Must complete 9 credit hours earned in Psychology.
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
MAT156 Statistics STAT1772 (800:072)
Introduction to Statistical Methods
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology PSYCH1001 (400:001)
Introduction to Psychology
PSY121 Developmental Psychology PSYCH2202 (400:120)
Developmental Psychology
PSY241 Abnormal Psychology * PSYCH1000A (400:XXA)
Abnormal Psychology (the upper level Abnormal Psych class will need to be taken at UNI)
PSY251 Social Psychology PSYCH2203 (400:160)
Social Psychology
PSY262 Psychology of Gender PSYCH2201 (400:060) Psychology of Gender Differences
Criminology 2.5 GPA minimum
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
SOC110 Introduction to Sociology SOC1000 (980:001)
Introduction to Sociology
CRJ100 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIM2022 (980:022)
Criminal Justice System
CRJ200 Criminology CRIM2025 (980:025)
Criminology
CRJ201 Juvenile Delinquency CRIM2127 (980:127)
Juvenile Delinquency
MAT156 Statistics STAT1772 (800:072)
Introduction to Statistical Methods

Recommended Electives

SOC115 Social Problems Transfers as elective credit
CRJ120 Introduction to Corrections Transfers as elective credit
CRJ233 Probation, Parole, Community-Based Corrections Transfers as elective credit
CRJ258 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Transfers as elective credit
CRJ955 Field Observation Transfers as elective credit
CRJ299 Current Issues in Criminal Justice Transfers as elective credit
Family Services 2.4 GPA minimum
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology PSYCH1001 (400:001)
Introduction to Psychology
PSY121 Developmental Psychology PSYCH2202 (400:120)
Developmental Psychology
PSY261 Human Sexuality FAMSERV1057 (31F:057)
Human Relations and Sexuality
PSY262 Psychology of Gender PSYCH2201 (400:060)
Psychology of Gender Differences
History
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
HIS117 Western Civ. I: Ancient and Medieval HUM1021 (680:021)
Humanities I
HIS118 Western Civ. II: Early Modern HUM1022 (680:022)
Humanities II
HIS119 Western Civ. III: The Modern Period HUM1023 (680:023)
Humanities III
HIS151 US History to 1877 HISUS1110 (960:014)
US History to 1877
HIS152 US History Since 1877 HISUS1120 (960:015)
History Since 1877
Complete six hours of other History (HIS) electives at Hawkeye.
Interior Design

You are advised to transfer after one year at Hawkeye.

Students majoring in Interior Design at UNI must have a C- or better in all classes required for the major, whether taken at UNI or transferred from another institution.

Before you can officially declare this major you will undergo a portfolio review and interview and must complete specified courses.

Hawkeye Course UNI Course
BCA201 Introduction to Info Systems MGMT2080 (150:080)
Introduction to Info Systems
ECN110 Introduction to Economics ECON1031 (920:024)
Introduction to Economics
ACC131 Principles of Accounting I ACCT2120 (120:030)
Principles of Financial Accounting
Textiles and Apparel
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
ECN110 Introduction to Economics ECON1031 (920:024)
Introduction to Economics
ACC131 Principles of Accounting I ACCT2120 (120:030)
Principles of Financial Accounting (can be used to meet major elective requirement)
Political Science
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
POL111 American National Government POLAMER1014 (942:014)
Introduction to American Politics
POL121 International Relations POLINTL1024 (943:024)
International Relations
POL125 Comparative Govt. & Politics POLCOMP1040 (944:040)
Comparative Politics
Sociology
Hawkeye Course UNI Course
SOC110 Introduction to Sociology SOC1000 (980:001)
Introduction to Sociology
MAT156 Statistics STAT1772 (800:072)
Introduction to Statistical Methods
SOC115 Social Problems SOC1060 (980:060)
Social Problems
CRJ201 Juvenile Delinquency Transfer Elective
SOC120 Marriage and Family Transfer Elective
SOC205 Diversity in America Transfer Elective
SOC195 Urban Studies Transfer Elective

UNI Liberal Arts Core

Students completing Hawkeye's Associate of Arts degree following the specifications of Hawkeye and meeting all conditions of Hawkeye's articulation agreement with UNI, will have met UNI's Liberal Arts Core requirements with the following exceptions:
 

  1. Capstone must be completed at UNI after transfer.

  2. A course in Non-Western Cultures must be completed either at Hawkeye or at UNI. Hawkeye offers the following Non-Western Cultures courses:
    • CLS130 African Cultures
    • CLS141 Mid Eastern History and Culture
    • CLS150 Latin American History and Culture
    • CLS160 East Asian History and Culture
    • CLS164 Japanese History and Culture
    • CLS172 Russian Civilization
    • HIS214 Russian History and Culture (This course does not fulfill the AA degree humanities requirement)
  3. Foreign Language Requirement (for students graduating from high school or earning a high school equivalency diploma in 1989 and later).

    You must meet one of the following requirements to fulfill the Liberal Arts Core Foreign Language Requirement:

    • Two years of the same high school foreign language are required with C- or better in last term

    • Two semesters of the same foreign language in college with a C- or better in the second term.

      Hawkeye offers the following Foreign Language courses that fulfill this requirement:
      • FLS151 Spanish I AND
      • FLS152 Spanish II

 

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