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  • Section Three: Program Transfer Plans

    PROGRAM TRANSFER PLANS

    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

  • Section Three: Program Transfer Plans

    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

  • Section Three: Program Transfer Plans 73

    PROGRAM TRANSFER PLANS

    What is a program transfer plan? A program transfer plan is a road map for students at the Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) who complete associate’s degrees and transfer to bachelor’s degree programs either at the University of Rhode Island (URI) or Rhode Island College (RIC). Several academic departments have approved these program transfer plans.

    Why should students participate in a program transfer plan? Program transfer plans provide students with a “seamless” path to bachelor’s degree programs. By taking the sequence of courses listed in the program transfer plan students can, in most cases, complete the associates degree, fulfill many of the general education requirements at URI or RIC and transfer courses which count toward the major. Beginning at CCRI is an especially affordable and convenient way for students to get started on earning a college degree.

    What are the requirements? Students must complete the associates degree at CCRI taking the courses listed for the program transfer plan. In addition, students are required to make contact with an advisor at URI or RIC and meet additional departmental requirements listed, such as minimum G.P.A.

    Students are governed by the requirements in the URI or RIC catalog in effect for the year they matriculate.

    Please note: Wherever there is a , students have a choice of courses in meeting a general education requirement and should meet with an advisor to choose the best course selection.

    What if students change their minds? Students are not obligated to transfer to URI or RIC. If they should decide to transfer to another institution, the program transfer plan is designed to allow many options for transferring to another institution or for joining the workforce upon completion of the program.

    What if a student does not wish to participate? Under Board of Governors’ policy, students are guaranteed admission to Rhode Island College and the University of Rhode Island if they complete an associates degree program at the Community College, oriented toward the baccalaureate degree, and maintain at least a 2.4 G.P.A. By completing a program transfer plan students maximize the number of courses that will transfer for general education and major credit and minimize the number of courses needed to complete the bachelor’s degree.

    How do students get started? Before registering for courses, students interested in a program transfer plan should drop by or call the academic advising and counseling office at any of the three CCRI campuses to make an appointment (Lincoln: 333-7160, Providence: 455-6020 and Warwick: 825-2301). An academic advisor can help students register for the right courses and make connections with helpful people at URI or RIC. The key to successful transfer is early and frequent contact with an academic advisor.

    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

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    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

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    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

    ACCOUNTING

    From: CCRI To: RIC

    A.S. Business: Accounting B.S. Accounting GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ECON 2030 Micro Economics ECON 214 Introduction to Micro Economics ECON 2040 Macro Economics ECON 215 Introduction to Macro Economics ENGL 1010 Composition I WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

    ENGL 161 Western Literature [GE-C1]

    HIST 1010 Western Civilization I or HIST 1020 Western Civilization II

    HIST 161 Western History [GE-C2]

    HIST 2260 East Asian Civilization HIST 162 Perspective: East Asia [GE-C3] MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I [GE-M] MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II MATH 238 Quantitative Business Analysis II * [GE-SM] SPCH 1100 Oral Communication I COMM 208 Public Speaking MAJOR REQUIREMENTS ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting ACC T202 Principles of Accounting II: Managerial LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts + LAWS 2060 Law of Real Property or LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization or LAWS 2080 Commercial Paper and Secured Transactions

    MGT 343 Business Law + Three Free Elective credits.

    BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business MGT 100 Introduction to Business BUSN 2050 Principles of Management MGT 301 Foundations of Management BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing MKT 301 Introduction to Marketing CONCENTRATION

    ACCT 2010 Intermediate Accounting I ACCT 311 External Reporting I ACCT 2020 Intermediate Accounting II ACC T312 External Reporting II COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers CSCI 101 First Course in Computers or [GE-SM]

    CIS 251 Computers in Management MATH 1550 Statistical Analysis I MATH 248 Business Statistics I

    * Transfers for GE-SM category for accounting, management & economics, and CIS majors only.

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    BIOLOGY

    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC A.S. Science Track B B.A. Biology/B.S. Biological Science/B.S. Marine

    Biology B.A. Biology

    GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ENGL 1010 Composition I WRT 101 Composition I [GE-Cw] WRTG 101 Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL 1040 World Lit. to 16th Century or ENGL 2040 World Lit. from 16th Cent.

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World [GE-A] ENGL 161 Western Literature [GE-C1]

    FREN 1010 Elementary French I or GERM 1010 Elementary German I

    FRN 101 Beginning French I or GER 101 Beginning German I

    FREN 101 Elementary French I or GRMN 101 Elementary German I

    FREN 1020 Elementary French II or GERM 1020 Elementary German II

    FRN 102 Beginning French II or GER 102 Beginning German II

    FREN 102 Elementary French II or GRMN 102 Elementary German II

    MATH 1200 College Algebra + MATH 1210 College Trigonometry

    MTH 099 Algebra and Trigonometry MATH 120 College Algebra + MATH 210 College Trigonometry

    MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Math MTH 111 Pre-Calculus [GE-M] MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Math MATH 1910 Calculus I MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus [GE-M] MATH 212 Calculus I [GE-M] MATH 1920 Calculus II MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus [GE-M] MATH 213 Calculus II MATH 2910 Calculus III MTH 243 Calculus MATH 314 Calculus III CONCENTRATION BIOL 1001 General Biology: Organismal + BIOL 1002 General Biology: Cellular

    BIO 101 Principles of Biology I + [GE-N] BIO 102 Principles of Biology II [GE-N]

    BIOL 111 Introduction to Biology I + BIOL 112 Introduction to Biology II

    CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I CHM 101 General Chemistry I + [GE-N] CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab [GE-N]

    CHEM 103 General Chemistry I [GE-LS]

    CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II CHM 112 General Chemistry II + [GE-N] CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab [GE-N]

    CHEM 104 General Chemistry II

    CHEM 2270 Organic Chemistry I + CHEM 2271 Organic Chemistry I Lab

    CHM 227 Organic Chemistry I + CHM 229 Organic Chemistry I Lab

    CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I

    CHEM 2280 Organic Chemistry II + CHEM 2281 Organic Chemistry II Lab

    CHM 228 Organic Chemistry II + CHM 230 Organic Chemistry II Lab

    CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II

    PHYS 1030 General Physics I PHY 111 General Physics I + [GE-N] PHY 185 General Physics I Lab [GE-N]

    PHYS 101 General Physics I [GE-SM]

    PHYS 1040 General Physics II PHY 112 General Physics II + [GE-N] PHY 186 General Physics II Lab [GE-N]

    PHYS 102 General Physics II

    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

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    2003-2004 Transfer Guide for Students

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    From: CCRI To: RIC A.S. Business Administration B.S. Management, Marketing, Economics, Finance and CIS Programs

    (including Operations Management concentration) GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I ECON 215 Introduction to Macro Economics ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II ECON 214 Introduction to Micro Economics ENGL 1010 Composition I WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

    ENGL 161 Western Literature [GE-C1]

    HIST 1010 Western Civilization I or HIST 1020 Western Civilization II

    HIST 161 Western History [GE-C2]

    HIST 2260 East Asian Civilization HIST 162 Perspective: East Asia [GE-C3] MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I [GE-M] MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II MATH 238 Quantitative Business Analysis II * [GE-SM] SPCH 1100 Oral Communication I COMM 208 Public Speaking MAJOR REQUIREMENTS ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting

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