Liberal Arts Transfer


If your ultimate educational goal is to earn a bachelor's degree, NDSCS can help, especially if you're not quite sure what you want to major in. Start here, get a feel for what you're really interested in, then transfer almost anywhere!

  • Save money by enrolling as a General Liberal Arts Transfer at NDSCS right from the start. 
  • Choose from a number of different specialized Liberal Arts Transfer options.
  • Our liberal arts curriculum covers general education requirements, preparing you to arrive at a four-year college as a junior.

For more information

Contact a Fargo Admissions Representative at 701-231-6935.

First Semester
Course # Name (credits)
ENGL 110 College Composition I (3)
MATH 103 College Algebra or higher (3)
CSCI 116 Business Use of Computers (3)
PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology (3)
COMM 110 Introduction to Public Speaking (3)
FYE 101 Science of Success (3)
Second Semester
Course # Name (credits)
ENGL 120 College Composition II (3)
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology (3)
PSYC or SOC Any PSYC of SOC course not already taken (3)
PHIL 210 Ethics (3)
HIST 1xx Western Civ or U.S. History (3)
Wellness Elective HPER/NUTR/MUSC/THEA (1)
Third Semester
Course # Name (credits)
MATH/SCI/CIS Any MATH, SCI or CIS course (3)
BIOL/CHEM Science Course (3)
BIOL/CHEM Lab Science Lab (1)
GEN ED Elective Any GERTA GEN ED course (3)
GEN ED Elective Any GERTA GEN ED course (3)
GEN ED Elective Any GERTA GEN ED course (3)
Wellness Elective HPER/NUTR/MUSC/THEA (1)
Fourth Semester
Course # Name (credits)
HUM/HIST Elective Any elective other than PHIL prefix (3)
GEN ED Elective Any GERTA GEN ED course (3)
GEN ED Elective Any GERTA GEN ED course (3)
Free Electives Can be any course for credit: transferable general education courses recommended (7)

Students must meet entry level requirements according to current placement guidelines.

Students must have successfully completed ASC course prior to enrolling in any of the core courses.

Attendance is expected. If a student has more than 20% of unexcused absences, the student may be dropped from the class. Extenuating circumstances will be considered on an individual basis.

Class schedule is subject to change.

NDSCS reserves the right to cancel classes with enrollment of less than 10 students.