Ivy Tech ASAP Transfer Agreement

Wabash College and Ivy Tech Community College entered an agreement in 2022 providing a framework for the effective transfer of Ivy Tech Community College ASAP (Associate Accelerated Program) students who earn an Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts; Associate of Science, Liberal Arts, or Associate of General Studies to continue their education at Wabash College.

The agreement provides four specific pathways and course applications with an eight- or nine-semester plan of study. While the agreement covers only these specific plans of study, Wabash encourages applications from Ivy Tech ASAP alumni who have pursued different course plans, and will work with them to create pathways to a Wabash College degree in majors and with minors other than those defined in the agreement.

Ivy Tech Course Requirements Completed via ASAP Program

​ENGL-111, English Composition
COMM-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
MATH-211, Calculus I
MATH-212, Calculus II
SPAN-101, Spanish Level I 1
SPAN-102, Spanish Level II 1
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Literature/Fine Arts, e.g. English, Music, Theater, Art, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Behavioral Science, e.g. Psychology, Political Science, Economics, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in History, Philosophy, or Religion
Five credits (each a minimum 3 credit hours) of free electives
TOTAL = 14 CREDITS

1 = Other World Languages at Wabash include Chinese, French, German, Greek, and Latin. These would also be acceptable choices.

Wabash College Course Requirements

Fall (1st Wabash Semester)
CHE-111General Chemistry1
PHY-109Physics I - Algebra1
or PHY-111 Physics I - Calculus
MAT-223Linear Algebra1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
Spring (2nd Wabash Semester)
CHE-241Inorganic Chemistry1
One credit Mathematics elective1
One credit in Behavioral Science1
One credit free elective1
Fall (3rd Wabash Semester)
CHE-221Organic Chemistry I1
CHE-351Physical Chemistry1
One credit Mathematics elective1
One credit in History, Philosophy, or Religion1
Spring (4th Wabash Semester)
CHE-321Organic Chemistry II1
CHE-331Analytical Chemistry1
CHE-361Biochemistry1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
Fall (5th Wabash Semester)
CHE-491Integrative Chemistry0.5
1.5 credits Chemistry elective1.5
One credit in Behavioral Science1
One credit free elective1
January (after 5th Wabash Semester)
Comprehensive examination in Chemistry

Ivy Tech Course Requirements Completed via ASAP Program

​ENGL-111, English Composition
COMM-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
SPAN-101, Spanish Level I 1
SPAN-102, Spanish Level II 1
PSYC-101, Introduction to Psychology (equivalent to PSY-101 at Wabash)
PSYC-253, Introduction to Social Psychology (equivalent to PSY-222 at Wabash)
PSYC-205, Abnormal Psychology (equivalent to PSY-223 at Wabash)
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Literature/Fine Arts, e.g. English, Music, Theater, Art, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Behavioral Science, e.g. Psychology, Political Science, Economics, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in History, Philosophy, or Religion
Four credits (each a minimum 3 credit hours) of free electives
 TOTAL = 14 CREDITS
1 = Other World Languages at Wabash include Chinese, French, German, Greek, and Latin. These would also be acceptable choices.

Wabash College Course Requirements

Fall (1st Wabash Semester)
PSY-201Research Methods & Stats I1
PSY-322Research in Social Psychology0.5
BIO-111General Biology I1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
One credit in History, Philosophy, or Religion1
Spring (2nd Wabash Semester)
PSY-202Research Methods & Stats II1
BIO-112General Biology II1
One elective credit in Psychology1
One credit in Behavioral Science (other than Psychology)1
One credit free elective1
Fall (3rd Wabash Semester)
PSY-301Literature Review1
PSY-495Senior Project0.5
One of the following:1
Child Development
Cognition
Sensation and Perception
Behavioral Neuroscience
One of the following:1
Comparative Anatomy & Embryology
Biology of Invertebrates
Vascular Plants
Microbiology
Parasitology
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
One credit free elective1
After 3rd Wabash semester
Comprehensive Exam in Psychology
Spring (4th Wabash Semester)
PSY-496Senior Project0.5
One of the following (corresponding with course chosen in previous Fall):0.5
Research in Developmental Psychology
Research in Cognitive Psychology
Research in Sensation and Perception
Research in Behavioral Neuroscience
Two elective credits in Biology2
Two credits free electives2

Ivy Tech Course Requirements Completed via ASAP Program

ENGL-111, English Composition
COMM-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
SPAN-101, Spanish Level I 1
SPAN-102, Spanish Level II 1
MATH-211, Calculus 1
MATH-212, Calculus II
CHEM-105, General Chemistry I
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Literature/Fine Arts, e.g. English, Music, Theater, Art, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Behavioral Science, e.g. Psychology, Political Science, Economics, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in History, Philosophy, or Religion
3.5 credits free electives
TOTAL = 13.5 CREDITS
1 = Other World Languages at Wabash include Chinese, French, German, Greek, and Latin. These would also be acceptable choices.

Wabash College Course Requirements

Fall (1st Wabash Semester)
ECO-101Principles of Economics1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
One credit in History, Philosophy, or Religion1
One credit free elective1
Spring (2nd Wabash Semester)
ECO-251Economic Approach With Excel0.5
ECO-291Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 21
DV3-252Stats Soc Sciences0.5
BIO-101Human Biology1
One credit free elective1
Fall (3rd Wabash Semester)
ECO-292Intermediate Macro 21
MAT-223Linear Algebra1
One credit Economics elective1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
Spring (4th Wabash Semester)
ECO-253Introduction to Econometrics 21
One credit 300-level ECO course1
One half-credit ECO elective0.5
One credit MAT elective1
One credit free elective1
Fall (5th Wabash Semester)
ECO-401Senior Seminar1
One credit 300-level ECO course1
One credit MAT elective1
One credit free elective1
After 5th Wabash Semester
Comprehensive Exam in Economics

 2 = ECO-291, ECO-292, and ECO-253 require a minimum grade of C- in each of their prerequisite courses.

Ivy Tech Course Requirements Completed via ASAP Program

ENGL-111, English Composition
COMM-101, Fundamentals of Public Speaking
PHIL-102, Introduction to Ethics
ACCT-201, Intermediate Accounting
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Literature/Fine Arts, e.g. English, Music, Theater, Art, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum 3 credit hours) in Behavioral Science in a discipline other than Economics, e.g. Psychology, Political Science, or other department with approval
One credit (minimum three credit hours) in a Laboratory Science 1
SPAN-101, Spanish Level I 2
SPAN-102, Spanish Level II 2
Five free elective credits (minimum 3 credit hours each)
TOTAL = 14 CREDITS
1 = CHEM-105 General Chemistry at Ivy Tech is a pre-approved equivalent to CHE-101 Survey of Chemistry at Wabash. Other offerings would
require approval by Wabash.
2 = Other World Languages at Wabash include Chinese, French, German, Greek, and Latin. These would also be acceptable choices.

Wabash College Course Requirements

Fall (1st Wabash semester)
PHI-240Ancient Philosophy1
PHI-270Elementary Symbolic Logic1
ECO-101Principles of Economics1
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
One credit free elective1
Spring (2nd Wabash semester)
PHI-242Foundations of Modern Philosophy1
ACC-202Management Accounting1
One credit from the following:1
Topics in Metaphysics and Epistemology
Philosophy of Science
Topics Logic & Philosophy of Science
Seminar in Metaphysics & Epistemology
Seminar in Logic & Philosophy of Science
One credit in Literature/Fine Arts1
One credit free elective1
Fall (3rd Wabash semester)
PHI-345Continental Philosophy1
PHI-218Philosophy of Commerce1
ECO-251Economic Approach With Excel0.5
PHI-449Senior Seminar1
BIO-101Human Biology1
0.5 credits in Quantitative Literacy0.5
BUS-400Senior Capstone0
After 3rd Wabash semester
Comprehensive Exam in Philosophy
Spring (4th Wabash semester)
ECO-262Financial Markets and Institutions1
One credit from the following:1
Writing in the Community:Grants/NonProf
Academic & Professional Writing
Business & Technical Writing
One credit in Philosophy at the 300-level1
One elective credit in Philosophy1
One credit free elective1