Strayer University

Central Texas College has partnered with Strayer University to facilitate and improve the transfer process.  For more information, please contact a CTC Academic Advisor at (254) 526-1667 or Strayer University


Program Crosswalk

The following CTC academic programs will be considered "related degree programs" to Strayer University academic programs.  All courses in these programs will transfer into the corresponding Stayer University program.


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CTC Program Related Strayer Program
AAS Programmer Analyst Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Programming Technology Concentration.
AS Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration
AS Business Administration Bachelor of Business Administration

 


Central Texas College Core Curriculum Crosswalk

The following table shows how courses from Central Texas College's core curriculum will transfer to Strayer University. If a Central Texas College course is not listed, it may transfer in as an elective; however, students are encouraged to review which courses will transfer to Strayer as they are choosing their courses at Central Texas College. Please review the most recent Strayer University catalog to determine how each Strayer course below fits into each Strayer program.


 

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CTC Core Area

Min. Semester Credit Hrs.

CTC Course Options

Strayer Course Equivalent

Communications (010) Required 3 ENGL 1301 ENG 115 English Composition
Communications (010) 3 SPCH 1315 ENG 221 Oral Communications
SPCH 1318 ENG 221 Oral Communications
SPCH 1321

ENG 221 Oral Communications OR ENG 315 Professional Communications

Mathematics (020) 3 to 4 MATH 1332 MAT 104 Algebra with Applications
MATH 1342 MAT 300 Statistics
MATH 1414 MAT 104 Algebra with Applications
Life and Physical Sciences (030) 8 BIOL 1406 SCI 115 Introduction to Biology
BIOL 1407 SCI 115 Introduction to Biology
BIOL 1411 SCI 115 Introduction to Biology
   
CHEM 1406 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
CHEM 1407* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
CHEM 1411 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
CHEM 1412* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
   
ENVR 1401 SCI 200 Environmental Science
   
GEOL 1403 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
GEOL 1404 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
   
PHYS 1401* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 1402* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 1403 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 1404 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 1415 SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 2425* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
PHYS 2426* SCI 110 Introduction to Physical Science
Language, Philosophy, & Culture (040) 3 to 4 ENGL 2327* ENG 220 American Literature
ENGL 2328* ENG 220 American Literature OR Elective
   
SPAN 1411 LAN 111 Spanish I for the Global Market
SPAN 1412* LAN 112 Spanish II for the Global Market
   
FREN 1411 LAN 121 French I for the Global Market
FREN 1412* LAN 122 French II for the Global Market
   
PHIL 1301 PHI 215 Philosophy
PHIL 1304 REL 212 World Religions
PHIL 1316 REL 212 World Religions
PHIL 1317 REL 212 World Religions
PHIL 2306 PHI 210 Ethics
American History (060) Required 6 HIST 1302 HIS 105 Contemporary US History
Social & Behavioral Sciences (080) 3 ECON 2301 ECO 102 Macroeconomics
ECON 2302 ECO 102 Microeconomics
   
HIST 2311 HUM 111 World Cultures I
HIST 2312 HUM 112 World Cultures II
HIST 2381 HIS 300 African American History
   
PSYC 2301 PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 2314 PSY 205 Life Span Development
PSYC 2315 PSY 100 Psychology of Adjustment
PSYC 2316 PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology
   
SOCI 1301 SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology
Component Area Option (090) 3 to 4 COSC 1301 CIS 105 Introduction to Information Systems
ENGL 1302 ENG 215 Research and Writing
Total Core Requirements 42**    

^All courses are 4.5 quarter credit hours and are equivalent to 3 semester credit hours. 

*Prerequisite course required.                                          

**Creative Arts section excluded from list.