Mar 03, 2024  
2023-2024 Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Catalog

Course Descriptions


The Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) is designed to facilitate the transfer of students from one Illinois institution to another. To assist students in identifying qualifying general education core courses, appropriate course offerings listed in the following pages are designated with General Education Core areas as follows: IAI C – Communication; IAI S – Social & Behavioral Sciences; IAI H, HF – Humanities; IAI F, HF – Fine Arts; IAI M – Mathematics; IAI P, LP – Physical Sciences; IAI L, LP – Life Sciences. The Illinois Articulation Initiative/Illinois Baccalaureate Majors’ Recommendations (iTransfer Majors) describe courses typically taken by freshmen and sophomores for a specific major. These course recommendations are meant for students who are undecided about a transfer school. The recommended major courses are designated at the end of the appropriate course as follows: AG (Agriculture); BIO (Biological Science); BUS (Business); CHM (Chemistry); CS (Computer Science); CRJ (Criminal Justice); EGR (Engineering); EGL (English); HST (History); MC (Media and Communication Arts); MTH (Mathematics); PHY (Physics); PLS (Political Science); PSY (Psychology); SOC (Sociology) and TA (Theatre Arts). For more information go to www.iTransfer.org

Students planning to transfer should contact an academic advisor in Student Services by calling (815) 825-9375 or via email at advising@kish.edu.

All lecture/lab hours are based on a 16 week schedule.

 

Other Courses

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Accounting

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Adult Basic Education

Adult Basic Education courses are not applicable toward Kishwaukee degree or certificate program requirements. For more information, see Baccalaureate/Transfer Programs.

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Adult Secondary Education

Adult Secondary Education courses are not applicable toward Kishwaukee degree or certificate program requirements. For more information, see Baccalaureate/Transfer Programs.

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Agriculture

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Agriculture Transfer

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Anthropology

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Art

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Automotive Technology

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