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Yakima Valley College Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Yakima Valley College Catalog 2018-2019

Restricted Subject Areas for Transfer


Intercollege Relations Commission, Associate Degree Courses List, Part II (May 1995)

This list provides Washington community colleges with information regarding restrictions on the transferability of courses taken in fulfillment of associate degree requirements. Please note: This list represents an intercollege agreement and is not meant to reflect the transfer policy of any individual institution. It is the understanding of the representatives of participating baccalaureate colleges that associate degrees meeting the ICRC guidelines would ordinarily include no more than 15 credits in subjects on this list unless a special agreement had been arranged with the particular receiving institution.

Accounting * (Only Principles I, II, III are transferable)
Adult Basic Education
Aeronautics/Aviation
Administration of Justice * (Criminal Justice, Law
     Enforcement, Police Science, Corrections)   
Agriculture *
Air Conditioning/Heating/ Refrigeration
Aircraft Repair
Allied Health Program
American Institute of Banking (AIB)
Animal Technology
Appliance Repair Technician
Applied Linguistics
Architectural
Auto Mechanics
Avionics
Banking and Finance
Barbering
Biomedical Equipment
Boat Building
Business and Office Technician
Career Planning/Exploration
Carpentry/Construction Methods
Chemical Dependency
Childcare
Chiropractic
Clothing and Apparel
Commercial Design
Communications (Radio, TV, Film)
Computer Information Systems
Computer Repair
Consumer Education
Cooking and Baking
Cooperative Work Experience, Field Experience (Only
     practicum in Teacher Education is transferable)
Cosmetology
Counseling Psychology
Court Reporting
Culinary Arts (Cooking, Baking)
Custodial Training, Maintenance
Data Processing (Courses in technical data
     processing/data entry, personal computer use and
     software packages and their applications are not
     acceptable. For acceptable courses in Computer
     Science, see the Associate Degree Course List Part I.)
Dental Assistant
Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology
Diesel Mechanics
Dietician
Diving Technology
Drafting
Early Childhood Education *
Education *
Electronics
Emergency Medical Technician
Engineering Technology
English as a Second Language
Engineering Technology
Environmental Technology
Equine Sciences
ESL (Courses that are preparation in English)
Family Life
Farm and Industrial Machinery Maintenance
Ferrier/Horseshoeing
Fashion Design and Merchandising
Fire Science
Fisheries *
Fisheries Technology
Fitness Technology
Floristry *
Food Service
Forest Technology
Forestry
General Studies
Gerontology Assistant
Graphics Reproduction (Only introductory survey course
     in graphic arts is transferable.)
Hazardous Materials
Health (First Aid)
Health Technologies (Radiology, Biomedical Photography)
Histotechnology
Home Economics (Restricted except courses in the
     scientific study of nutrition)
Horology
Horticulture
Hospitality
Hotel/Motel Management
Human Resources
Human Services (Counseling, gerontology, community
     health advocate, etc.) *
Independent Study
Industrial Relations, Industrial Sciences
Instructional Assistant

Instrumentation and Control
Interior Design and Merchandising
Interpreter Training
Journalism
Keypunch Operator, Data Entry
Labor Relations and Studies (Restricted except labor
     history and economics courses)
Landscaping
Leadership Skills
Legal Studies
Leisure Services
Library Skills, Library Technician
Life Skills
Machining, Machine Shop
Marine Technology
Marketing *
Mechanics
Media Technology
Medical Technology
Microcomputers
Mid-Management
Military Science (Lower division)
Nanny
Natural Resources
Needle Trades Technology
Nondestructive Testing
Nuclear Technician
Nursing/Nurse Aid
Nursing Home Administration
Occupational Education
Oceanography Technology
Office Occupations, Skills and Technology
Ophthalmic Dispensing and Technology
Optometric Technician
Paralegal
Paraprofessional programs
Parent Education
Parks and Recreation *
Peer Counseling and Advising
Personal Development and Human Relations
Pharmacy Assisting
Photographic Equipment Technician
Physical Therapy Assisting
Practical Nursing
Preschool and Parenting Areas for Transfer
Procurement/Purchasing
Professional Development
Public Works Technician
Pulp and Paper Manufacture Technology
Quality Control
Radio and Television Technology
Radiologic Technology
Reading
Real Estate
Recreation/Leisure Parks *
Rehabilitation
Replacement Parts
Respiratory/Inhalation Therapy
Restaurant Management
Retail Management
Saddlemaking
Sales
Satellite Communications
Secretarial Studies
Security
Small Business Management
Social Sciences (Restricted except courses listed
     under this title which have academic content)
Social Services *
Soils
Special Education
Stationary Steam Engineering
Student Government
Study Skills (Including speed reading, note-taking, time
     management, test-taking,”skimming and scanning,”
     and other college survival skills)
Substance Abuse
Supermarket
Supervision
Surgical
Surveying
Technology programs Auto Parts
Telecommunications
Tourism and Travel
Transportation
Upholstery
Veterinary Assistant
Vision Care
Vocational Education
Waste Water
Water Science Technology
Welding
Wildlife Management
Workshops and Mini-courses

* See the associate degree course list, Part I for exceptions. The full ICRC Handbook is available in the YVC Counseling & Advising Center or at www.washingtoncouncil.org.

Since 1995, these colleges have subscribed to the Intercollege Relations Commission Guidelines:

Bastyr University
Central Washington University
Cornish Institute
Eastern Washington University
Gonzaga University
Heritage University
Northwest College
Pacific Lutheran University
Seattle Pacific University
City University
Seattle University
The Evergreen State College
Saint Martin’s College
University of Washington
Washington State University
Western Washington University
Whitworth College