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SECTION 2 – COURSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTS A Accounting Advanced Placement African & African American Studies Allied Health (see individual departments) Anthropology Art Astronomy B Biology Business Administration/Management C Chemical Technology Chemistry/Physical Sciences Chinese Clinical Laboratory Science College Level Exam Program/CLEP College Success Seminar Communications (see Speech/ Journalism/ Communications/ Communicative Disorders) Computer Studies Cooperative Education Criminal Justice/Legal Studies E Economics Education (see Human Services/ Education/ Human Development) Engineering English/Writing English As A Second Language F Film Studies Fire Science French G Geography/Marine Affairs Geology/Geosciences German H Health (see Physical Education) History Honors Program Human Services/Education/Human Development

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Page 1: SECTION 2 – COURSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTSACC 201 Elementary Accounting (3 Cr) ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting (4 Cr) ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: (3 Cr) ACC 202 Elementary Accounting

SECTION 2 – COURSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTS A

Accounting

Advanced Placement

African & African American Studies

Allied Health (see individual departments)

Anthropology

Art

Astronomy

B

Biology

Business Administration/Management

C

Chemical Technology

Chemistry/Physical Sciences

Chinese

Clinical Laboratory Science

College Level Exam Program/CLEP

College Success Seminar

Communications (see Speech/ Journalism/ Communications/

Communicative Disorders)

Computer Studies

Cooperative Education

Criminal Justice/Legal Studies

E

Economics

Education (see Human Services/ Education/ Human

Development)

Engineering

English/Writing

English As A Second Language

F

Film Studies

Fire Science

French

G

Geography/Marine Affairs

Geology/Geosciences

German

H

Health (see Physical Education)

History

Honors Program

Human Services/Education/Human Development

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I

Italian

J

Japanese

Journalism (see Speech/ Journalism/ Communications/

Communicative Disorders)

L

Labor Studies

Latin

M

Mathematics

Music

N

Nursing

O

Oceanography

P

Philosophy

Physical Education

Physical Therapist Assistant

Physics

Political Science

Portuguese

Prior Learning

Psychology

R

Radiography

Retail Management

Russian

S

Sociology

Spanish

Speech/ Journalism/ Communications/ Communicative Disorders

T

Theatre

W

Women's Studies

Page 3: SECTION 2 – COURSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTSACC 201 Elementary Accounting (3 Cr) ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting (4 Cr) ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: (3 Cr) ACC 202 Elementary Accounting

ACCOUNTING Transferring to RIC: • Students transferring from CCRI to RIC with an associate’s degree in business administration, accounting concentration, and a GPA of 2.4 or higher will

automatically be accepted as accounting majors and will receive credit for ACCT 201 and ACCT 202. See Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

• CCRI students transferring to RIC without an associate’s degree in business administration, accounting concentration, will be subject to the policies of RIC regarding admission and transfer of credits (including proficiency examinations).

Transferring to URI: • CCRI students planning to transfer to the URI College of Business Administration should major in general studies or liberal arts. The URI College of

Business Administration only accepts transfer students at the junior level. CCRI students must have 60 credits, a GPA of at least 2.50 and have completed the following courses: MATH 1670, MATH 1680, ACCT 1010, ACCT 1020 (or ACCT 1110 and ACCT 1120), ECON 2010, ECON 2020, MATH 1550, MATH 1560, COMI 1100 and ENGL 1410. All other ACCT and BUSN courses are transferable as free electives until a waiver exam is completed at URI. For exam details, contact Assistant Dean Margaret Ferguson, URI College of Business Administration (874-2337). Students not meeting all these requirements may be admitted to University College.

URI CCRI RIC

ACC 201 Elementary Accounting (3 Cr) ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting (4 Cr) ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: (3 Cr) ACC 202 Elementary Accounting (3 Cr) ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting (4 Cr) ACCT 202 Principles of Acct II (3 Cr) XXX 1XX Elective Credit (3 Cr) ACCT 1030 Computerized Accounting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 443 Federal Fax Accounting (3 Cr by exam) ACCT 1500 Income Taxes I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) ACCT 1500 Income Taxes I (3 Cr)+ ACCT 1510 Income Taxes II (3 Cr) ACCT 331 Tax Accounting (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) ACCT 1510 Income Taxes II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 311(3 Cr) by exam or Free Elective (1) ACCT 2010 Intermediate Accounting I (4 Cr) ACCT 311 External Reporting I (3 Cr) + Elec Crd (1) ACC 312 (3 Cr) by exam or Free Elective (1) ACCT 2020 Intermediate Accounting II (4 Cr) ACCT 312 External Reporting II (3 Cr)+Elect Crd (1) ACC 321 Cost Accounting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 371 Directed Study in Accounting (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) ACC 372 Directed Study in Accounting (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) ACC 415 Accounting Comuter Systems (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 431 Advanced Accounting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 443 Federal Tax Accounting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 461 Auditing (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACC 493 Internship in Accounting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ACCT 310 Acct Systems & Concepts (3 Cr) ACCT 321 Cost Management I (3 Cr) ACCT 353 Acct for Non-Profit Orgs (3 Cr) ACCT 422 Cost Management II (3 Cr) ACCT 433 Adv Studies in Tax (3 Cr) ACCT 441 Auditing (3 Cr) ACCT 451 Adv Financial Acct (3 Cr) ACCT 461 Seminar in Acct Theory & Prac (3 Cr) ACCT 467 Directed Internship (3 Cr)

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT The Advanced Placement Program (AP), sponsored by The College Board, offers advanced students the opportunity to take college-level courses while they are still in high school. Students may be able to earn credits toward their college graduation or take advanced coursework by demonstrating that they have earned the required score on an AP exam. Colleges and universities often grant credit to students who achieve specific scores on the culminating exams. Use the matrix below to locate the AP exam, the score required, the course equivalencies and the credits that can be awarded. Students should consult with an advisor to discuss how the AP credits can be applied to their programs. Further information on receiving credit for AP coursework can be found at the undergraduate admissions offices, from The College Board (phone: 609-771-7243; web: www.collegeboard.org/ap), or from the Educational Testing Service (phone: 1-888-CALL-4AP; e-mail: [email protected]).

ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAMINATION EQUIVALENCIES FOR TRANSFER PURPOSES

Equivalent # of Credits Test Score URI CCRI RIC URI CCRI RIC

Art History 3 ARH 251 ARTS 1220, 1330 ART 231, 232 3 6 6 Art Studio (Draw) 3 ART 207 ARTS 1010 + portfolio review

for specific credit Electives; portfolio review for specific credit

3 6 6

Art Studio (General) 3 ART 101 Electives; portfolio review for specific credit

Electives; portfolio review for specific credit

3 6 6

Biology 3 BIO 101, 102 BIOL 1001, 1002 BIOL 101, 102 8 8 8 Calculus (AB) 3 MTH 111, 141 MATH 1900, 1910 MATH 209, 212 7 8 8 Calculus (BC) 3 MTH 141, 142 MATH 1900, 1910, 1920 MATH 209, 212, 213 8 12 12 Chemistry 3 CHM 101, 102, 112, 114 CHEM 1030, 1100 CHEM 103, 104 8 8 8 Computer Science A 3 CSC 211 COMI 1215 CSCI 201 4 3 3 Computer Science AB 3 CSC 211, 212 COMI 1215 + free elective CSCI 201, 221 8 6 6 English (Comp./Lit.) 3 WRT 1XC ENGL 1010, 1200 ENGL 117 plus elective 3 6 6 English (Lang./Comp.)

3 WRT 104 ENGL 1010, 2010 WRT 100 plus elective 3 6 6

English (Int. Lang.) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Environmental Science

4 NRS 100 N/A N/A 3 N/A N/A

French Language 3 FRN 103, 104 FREN 2010, 2020 FREN 113, 114 6 6 6 French Literature 3 FRN 309, 310 N/A Elective 6 N/A 3 German Language 3 GER 103, 104 GERM 2010, 2020 Electives 6 6 6 German Literature 3 GER 327, 328 N/A N/A 6 N/A N/A History (American) 3 HIS 141, 142 HIST 1210, 1220 HIST 201, 202 6 6 6 History (European) 3 HIS 113, 114 HIST 1010, 1020 HIST 161 + 2 credits 6 6 6 Gov’t and Politics (Comparative)

3 PSC 1XS POLS 1210 POL 203 N/A 3 3

Gov’t and Politics (US)

3 PSC 113 Requires a score of 4 (PSC 1XX if score of 3)

POLS 1000, 1010 POL 200, 202 3 6 6

Latin Lit. Vergil 3 LAT 302 N/A LATN 114 3 N/A 3 Latin Catulius Horace 3 LAT 302 N/A LATN 114 3 N/A 3

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Equivalent # of Credits Test Score URI CCRI RIC URI CCRI RIC

Macroeconomics 3 ECN 202 ECON 2040 ECON 215 3 3 3 Microeconomics 3 ECN 201 ECON 2030 ECON 214 3 3 3 Music Listening/Lit. 3 MUS 1XA N/A N/A 3 N/A N/A Music Theory 3 MUS 111 MUSC 1010 MUS203 3 3 3 Physics (B) 3 PHYS 1030 PHYS 101 4 4 Physics (B) 4 PHY 109 3 Physics (C) 3 N/A PHYS 1100 Elective N/A 4 4 Physics (C) Mechanic 4 Evaluated by department N/A N/A 4 N/A N/A Physics (C) Elec. & Mag.

4 Evaluated by department N/A N/A 4 N/A N/A

Psychology 3 PSY 113 PSYC 2010 PSYC 110 3 3 3 Spanish (Lang.) 3 SPA 103, 104 SPAN 2010, 2020 SPAN 113, 114 6 12 6 Spanish (Lit.) 3 SPA 325, 3XX N/A Elective 6 N/A 3 Statistics 3 STA 220 or STA 308 MATH 1475 MATH 240 3 3 3

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AFRICAN AND AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES URI CCRI RIC

AAF 202 Intro to African American Culture (3 Cr) HIST 2250 Black American History (3 Cr) or [GE-CG] SOCS 2070 Sociology of African-Amer Religions (3 )

AFAM 200 Perspectives on African and Afro-American Culture (3 Cr) [GE-SB]

AAF 240 Race and Ethnic Relations SOCS 2040 Cultural Diversity SOC 208 Minority Group Relations SOC 240 Race and Ethnic Relations SOCS 2040 Cultural Diversity SOC 208 Minority Group Relations AAF 201 Intro African & African American Studies

(3) Free Elective (3)

AAF 359 History of Slavery in America (3 Cr) AFAM 420 Comparative Slave Systems (3 Cr) AAF 370 The Civil Rights Movement (3 Cr) AFAM 310 Martin Luther King & Civil Rights Era (3) AAF 498 Sr Sem in African/Amer Stdy (3 Cr) AFAM 461 Sem in African Studies (3 Cr) HIST 359 Hist of Slavery in America (3 Cr) AFAM 420 Comparative Slave Sys (3 Cr) SOC 240 Race and Ethnic Relations (3 Cr) [GE-S] AFAM 410 Seminar in Comp Race Relations (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 205 Anthrop of Race & Racism (3 Cr) [GE-SB] AFAM 162 Non-Western World (4 Cr) AFAM 261 African Amer Culture (3 Cr) AFAM 262 Cultural Issues in Contemp Africia (3 Cr) AFAM 490 Directed Study (3 Cr) AFAM 491 Directed Study (3 Cr)

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ANTHROPOLOGY URI CCRI RIC

APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology (3 Cr) ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anth (3 Cr) [GE-SB] APG 201 Human Origins (3 Cr) [GE-N] Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 103 Intro to Physical Anthropology (3) [GE-SM] APG 202 The Prehistoric Ages (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 102 Intro to Archaeology (3 Cr) [GE-SB] APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 204 Art, Society and Culture (3 Cr) [GE-SB] APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 205 Anthropology of Race/Racism (3) [GE-SB] APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 206 Oral Traditions (3 Cr) [GE-SB] APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 301 Women in World Perspective (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 303 Comparative Law and Justice (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 308 Cross Cultural Studies of Aging (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective(3 Cr) ANTH 309 Medical Anthropology (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 312 Regional Studies in Archaeology: Latin America (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 313 Regional Stdy in Archaeology: Europe (3)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 314 Regional Studies in Archaeology: Other Regions (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 319 Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology: Africa (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 321 Regional Studies: Oceania (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 322 Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology: Caribbean (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 325 Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology: South American Indians (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 327 Regional Studies in Cultural Anthropology: Other Regions (3 Cr)

APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 332 Applied Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 336 State and Society in the Third World (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 338 Urban Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 340 Social Organization (3 Cr) APG 300-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) ANTH 305 Exploring Ethnographic Film (4 Cr) APG 300 Human Fossil Record (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 304 Human Paleontology (3 Cr) APG 301 Anthropology of Nutrition (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level elective (3 Cr) APG 302 Methods of Anthropological Inquiry (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 433 Research Methods in Cultural Anthro (3) APG 303 New World Prehistory (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 311 Regional Studies in Archaeology: North

America (3 Cr) APG 309 Anthropology of Religion (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 337 Anthropol Approaches to Religion (3 Cr) APG 310 Topics in Anthropology (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) APG 311 Native North Americans (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 424 North American Indians (3 Cr) APG 317 Archaeological Method and Theory (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 319 Cultural Behavior & Environ. (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 322 Anthropology of Modernization (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 334 Modernization and Development (3 Cr) APG 322 Anthropology of Modernization (3 Cr) ANTH 339 Cultural Change (3 Cr) APG 325 The Irish (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 327 History of Phys. Anthropology (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 350 Human Variation (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 300-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) ANTH 490 Directed Study in Anthropology (1 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400 New England and the Sea (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 410 Language and Culture (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 460 Seminar in Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 461 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A. (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 470 Reading Course in Anthropology (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 480 Workshop in Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 489 Field School in Archaeology (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 495 Internship in Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SED 461 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A. (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SSCI 461 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A. (3 Cr) APG 400-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SSCI 561 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A. (3 Cr) APG 400 Evolution, Culture & Human Disease (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 401 History of Anthropological Theory (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 405 Psychological Anthropology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 412 Primate Behavior and Organization (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 413 Peoples of the Sea (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) APG 417 Archeological Method and Theory (3) Free Elective (3) APG 427 Unity of Anthropology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 460 Seminar in Anthropology (3 Cr) APG 470 Problems in Anthropology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 400-level Elective (3 Cr) LIN 200 Language & Culture (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 104 Intro to Anthropol Linguistics (3) [GE-SB] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 162 Non-Western Worlds (3 Cr) [GE-C3] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 169 Music Cult. Non-West. Worlds (3) [GE-C3] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 261 Intercultural Encounters (3 Cr) [GE-C4] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ANTH 262 Indigenous Rights/Global Env (3) [GE-C4]

Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) ANTH 263 Hunters and Gatherers: Designs for Living (4 Cr) [GE-C4]

Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) ANTH 264 Writing & Culture: Papyrus to Cyberspace (4 Cr) [GE-C4]

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ART • URI encourages all transfer students who wish to transfer program credit to either submit a portfolio or to register for ART 002 Sophomore

Review. The purpose of the portfolio review is to advise students on course selection and career direction; portfolio reviews are not used in admission decisions.

• The URI College of Engineering does not accept studio courses for general education credit. • RIC requires all students who wish to transfer program credit to have a portfolio review. This review will determine whether a student will receive

credit for an equivalent course at RIC (see equivalencies below) or if the student will receive elective credit. The portfolio review is not used for admission consideration. The portfolio review is not required for ART 201 or for art history courses.

URI CCRI RIC ARH 120 Introduction to Art (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARTS 1001 Introduction to Visual Arts (3 Cr) ART 201 Visual Arts in Society (3 Cr) [GE-A] ART 207 Drawing I (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARTS 1010 Drawing I (4 Cr) ART 101 Drawing I (3 Cr) [GE-A] ART 203 Color (3 Cr) ARTS 1020 Color (3 Cr) Free Elective or ART Equivalent (3 Cr) ART 100-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1050 Drawing II - Life Drawing (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 101 Two-Dimensional Studio I (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARTS 1310 Basic Two-Dimensional Design I (3 Cr) ART 104 Design I (3 Cr) [GE-A] ART 103 3-D Studio (3 Cr) ARTS 1410 Three-Dimensional Design I (3 Cr) ART 114 Design II (3 Cr) ART Elective (1 Cr) ARTS 1500 Art Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) ART 231 Printmaking I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) ARH 251 Intro to History of Art (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARTS 1510 Art History: Ancient to Medieval (3 Cr) ART 231 Prehistoric to Renaissance Art (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARH 252 Intro to Art:Hist Renaissance. (3 Cr) [GE-A] ARTS 1520 Art History:Renaissance to Modrn (3 Cr) ART 232 Renaissance Through Modern Art (3) [GE-A]

ARH 200-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1530 Topics in Art History: Africa, the Americas, Asia (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1610 Textile Design/Fibers (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1630 Intro to Sculpture and Form (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 200-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1650 Ceramics I (3) ART 206 Ceramics I (3 Cr) ART 200-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1660 Ceramics II (3 Cr) ART 306 Ceramics II (3 Cr) ART 100-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1710 Graphic Design I (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 200-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1720 Graphic Design II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 213 Photography I (3 Cr) ARTS 1810 Photography I (3 Cr) ART 217 Intro to Photography (3 Cr) ART 314 Photography II (3 Cr) ARTS 1820 Photography II (3 Cr) ART 347 Photography II or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 100-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 1840 Digital Art I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 221 Painting I (3 Cr) ARTS 2010 Painting I (3 Cr) ART 202 Painting I (3 Cr) ART 322 Painting II (3 Cr) ARTS 2020 Painting II (3 Cr) ART 302 Painting II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 2030 Watercolor (3 Cr) Workshop or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 208 Drawing II (3 Cr) ARTS 2050 Drawing III – Life Drawing (3 Cr) ART 105 Drawing II (3 Cr) ARTS 2120 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ARTS 2130 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ARTS 2140 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ARTS 2150 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ARTS 2160 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ARTS 2170 Studio Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elecive (1 Cr) ART 300-level Elective (3 Cr) ARTS 2660 Ceramics III (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 314 Photography II (3 Cr) Repeat for Credit ARTS 2820 Photography III (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 204 Digital Art & Design I (3 Cr) ARTS 2840 Digital Art II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ARH 354 The Art of Greece and Rome (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 331 Greek and Roman Art (3 Cr) ARH 359 Baroque Art (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 333 Baroque Art (3 Cr) ARH 364 American Art (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 334 American Art and Architecture (3 Cr) ARH 365 Renaissance Art (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 332 Renaissance Art (3 Cr) ARH 375 Topics in History of Photography (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 338 History of Photography (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC ARH 461 Topics in Method, Theory & Crit.(3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) ART 400 Issues for the Artist (4 Cr)

ARH 469 Art History - Senior Projects I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 493 Reading & Research in Art History (3 Cr) ARH 480 Advanced Topics: Europ. & Amer. Art (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 461 Seminar in Art History (3 Cr) ART 105 Adv Studio Art (1) + Elective Credit (2) ART 208 Printing Making (3 Cr) ART 215 Filmmaking I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 233 Relief Printing and Typography I (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 2XX (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 230 Survey of Far Eastern Art (3 Cr) [GE-A] ART 314 Photography II (3 Cr) ART 347 Photography II (3 Cr) ART 316 Filmmaking II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 322 Painting II (3 Cr) (Repeat for Credit) Free Elective (3Cr) ART 491 Studio III – Painting (3 Cr) ART 322 Painting II (3 Cr) (Repeat for Credit) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 492 Studio IV – Painting (3 Cr) ART 332 Printmaking II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) ART 334 Relief Printing and Typography II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Art Equivalent or Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 337 Printmaking III (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 491 Studio III – Printmaking (3 Cr) ART 338 Printmaking IV (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 492 Studio IV – Printmaking (3 Cr) ART 423 (322) Painting III (3 Cr)

(repeat for credit) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 491 Studio III: Painting (3 Cr)or

ART 492 Studio IV: Painting (3 Cr) ART 438 (338) Printmaking IV (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 492 Studio IV: Printmaking (3 Cr) ART 445 Sculpture III (3 Cr)

(repeat for credit) Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 491 Studio III: Painting (3 Cr)or

ART 492 Studio IV: Painting (3 Cr) ART 162 Perspective on Asian Art (3 Cr) ART 204 Syntheseis/Three Dimensional (3 Cr) ART 205 Synthesis/2-Dimensional (3 Cr) ART 218 Printmaking: Litho & Relief (3 Cr) ART 221 Metalsmithing & Jewelry (3 Cr) ART 223 Metalsmithing & Jewelry (3 Cr) ART 224 Graphic Design I (3 Cr) ART 225 Figurative Modeling (3 Cr) ART 226 Pixel-Based Digital Design (3 Cr) ART 227 Vector Based Digital Design (3 Cr) ART 230 Survey of Far Eastern Art (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) ART 233 Relief Printing and Typography (3 Cr) ART 235 Sculpture: Metal Casting & Fab (3 Cr) ART 262 Picturing Ourselves (3 Cr) ART 302 Painting II (3 Cr) ART 324 Graphic Desing (3 Cr) ART 336 19th Century Eurp Art (3 Cr) ART 337 20th Century Art (3 Cr) ART 460 Seminar in Visual Arts (3 Cr) ART 490 Problems in the Visual Arts (1 Cr) ART Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) ART 497 Senior Studio - Printmaking V (1 Cr)

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ASTRONOMY

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (2 Cr) ASTR 1000 Highlights of Astronomy (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr)

AST 108 Introduction to Astronomy (3 Cr) [GE-N] ASTR 1010 The Solar System (4 Cr)+ ASTR 1020 The Stellar System (4 Cr)

Free Elective (4 Cr) ASTR 1010 The Solar System (4 Cr) PSCI 210 Introduction to Astronomy (3 Cr) [GE-SM] Free Elective (4 Cr) ASTR 1020 The Stellar System (4 Cr) General Ed -- SM Category (4 Cr) [GE-SM] Free Elective (4 Cr) ASTR 2010 Practical Astronomy I (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) ASTR 2020 Practical Astronomy II (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

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BIOLOGY

URI CCRI RIC BIO 1XX Biology Elective (4 Cr) [GE-N] BIOL 1000 Cell Biology for Technology (4 Cr) BIOL 111 Introduction to Biology I (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

BIO 102 Principles of Biology II (4 Cr) [GE-N] BIOL 1001 General Biology – Organismal (4 Cr) BIOL 112 Introduction to Biology II (4 Cr) or [GE-LS] BIOL 109 Fund. Concepts of Biology (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

BIO 101 Principles of Biology I (4 Cr) [GE-N] BIOL 1002 General Biology – Cellular (4 Cr) BIOL 111 Introduction to Biology I (4 Cr) or [GE-LS] BIOL 108 Basic Principles of Biology (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

BIO 121 Human Anatomy (4 Cr) BIOL 1010 Human Anatomy (4 Cr) BIOL 231 Human Anatomy (4 Cr) BIO 242 Introduction to Human Physiology (3 Cr)+ BIO 244 Physiology Lab (1 Cr) BIOL 1020 Human Physiology (4 Cr) BIOL 335 Human Physiology (4 Cr)

BIO Elective (3 Cr) BIOL 1050 Man and His Environment (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) AFS 102 Introductory Aquaculture (3 Cr) + Free

Elective (1) BIOL 1060 Introduction to Aquaculture (4 Cr)

BIO 1XX Biology Elective (3 Cr) BIOL 1070 Human Anatomy & Physiology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BIOL 1070 Human Anatomy and Physiology (3 Cr) BIOL 103 Human Biology (3 Cr) [GE-SM] Free Elective (3 Cr) BIOL 1080 Introduction to Clinical Procedures (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HLT 123 Foundations of Health (3 Cr) BIOL 1200 The Human in Health and Disease (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) NUR 150 Human Sexuality (3 Cr) [GE-S] BIOL 2040 Human Sexuality (3 Cr) HLTH 101 Human Sexuality (3 Cr) BIO 350 Evolution (4 Cr) BIOL 2070 Evolution-A Hist of Life on Earth (3 Cr) BIOL 440 Evolution (4 Cr) BIO 352 Genetics (3 Cr) or BIO 203 Intro to Evolutionary Genetics (3 Cr) BIOL 2090 Genetics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) or

with BIOL 2150: BIOL 221 Genetics

BIO Elective (1 Cr) BIOL 2100 Biology Seminar (1 Cr)+ BIOL 2110 Biology Seminar (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr)

BIO 454 Genetics Lab (3 Cr) BIOL 2150 Laboratory in Genetics (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 or 3 Cr) MIC 201 Introductory Medical Microbiology (4 Cr) BIOL 2210 Introductory Microbiology (4 Cr) BIOL 348 Microbiology (4 Cr) MIC 211 Introduction to Microbiology (4 Cr) BIOL 2480 General Microbiology (4 Cr) BIOL 348 Microbiology (4 Cr) BCH 581 General Biochemistry (3 Cr) BIOL 410 Biochemistry I (3 Cr) BIO 418 Ecolog of Marine Plants (4) Free Elective (4) CHM 441 Chemistry of Biological Systems (3 Cr) BIOL 410 Biochemistry I (3 Cr) BIOL 221 Genetics (4 Cr) BIOL 261 The World's Forest (4 Cr) BIOL 300 Develop Bio of Animals (4 Cr) BIOL 318 Ecology (4 Cr) BIOL 320 Cell & Molecular Biology (4 Cr) BIOL 321 Invertebrate Biology (4 Cr) BIOL 324 Vertebrate Zoology (4 Cr) BIOL 326 Animal Behavior (4 Cr) BIOL 329 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy (4 Cr) BIOL 340 Histology (4 Cr) BIOL 353 Plant Kingdom (4 Cr) BIOL 354 Plant Growth & Development (4 Cr) BIOL 411 Biochemsitry II (3 Cr) BIOL 423 Parastiology (4 Cr) BIOL 429 Medical Microbiology (4 Cr) BIOL 431 Immunology (3 Cr) BIOL 442 Problems in Biology (1 Cr)

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BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / MANAGEMENT Transferring to RIC: • Students transferring from CCRI to RIC with an associate’s degree in business administration and a GPA of 2.4 or higher will automatically be

accepted and will receive credit for MGT 301, MKT 301 and MGT 343. Refer to Section 3 for a suggested transfer plan. Transferring to URI: • CCRI students intending to transfer to the URI College of Business Administration should major in general studies or liberal arts. The URI College of

Business Administration only accepts transfer students at the junior level. CCRI students must have 60 credits, a GPA of at least 2.50 and have completed the following courses: MATH 1670, MATH 1680, ACCT 1010, ACCT 1020 (or ACCT 1110 and ACCT 1120), ECON 2010, ECON 2020, MATH 1550, MATH 1560, COMI 1100 and ENGL 1410. All other ACCT and BUSN courses are transferable as free electives until a waiver exam is completed at URI. For exam details, contact Assistant Dean Margaret Ferguson, URI College of Business Administration (874-2337). Students not meeting all these requirements may be admitted to University College.

URI CCRI RIC MGT 203 Comp-Aided Design & Draft (CADD) I (3) MGT 204 Comp-Aided Design & Draft (CADD) II (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1000 Workplace Relationship Skills (3 Cr) MGT 110 Introduction to Business (3 Cr) BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business (3 Cr) MGT 100 Introduction to Business (3 Cr) MKT 100-level Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1020 Marketing Communications (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HDF 418 Personal Finance (3 Cr) BUSN 1040 Personal Finance (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1050 Small Business Administration (3 Cr) MGT 310 Small Business Management (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1060 Leadership Development (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) BUSN 1100 Cooperative Work Experience I (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) BUSN 1110 Sales (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1140 International Business Practices (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1150 Intro to International Business (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) or FIN 341 (3+Elective

Cred 1) by exam BUSN 1970 Fundamentals of Real Estate (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

Free Elective (4 Cr) BUSN 1990 Real Estate Brokerage Appraisal (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) MGT 1XX or MGT 301 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2050 Principles of Management (3 Cr) Free Elective or MGT 301 by exam (3 Cr) MKT 1XX or MKT 301 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing (3 Cr) Free Elective or MKT 301 by exam (3 Cr) MKT 1XX or MKT 311 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2080 Consum Behavior/Customer Reltns (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) MKT 1XX or MKT 315 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2090 Marketing Research (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 2100 Entrepreneureship Capstone (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ECN 334 Money and Banking (3 Cr) BUSN 2110 Money and Banking (3 Cr) ECON 434 Money and Banking (3 Cr) FIN 1XX or FIN 322 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2120 Investments (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 2130 Prep for Series 7 Exam (6 Cr) MSI 1XX or MSI 309 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2150 Principles of Production Mgemnt (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) or MGT 348 by exam Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 2160 Management & Labor Relations (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FIN 1XX (3 Cr) or FIN 301 by exam (3 Cr) BUSN 2200 Principles of Financial Mgmnt(3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 2310 Fashion Merchandising (3 Cr) MGT 1XX (3 Cr) or MGT 303 by exam BUSN 2350 Human Resources Management (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) or MGT 320 by exam

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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY • Students who complete the A.A.S. program in chemical technology at CCRI will receive credit for all courses listed for URI or for RIC. Credit will

be evaluated on a case-by-case basis for students who do not complete the A.A.S. program in chemical technology. • Vocational/technical occupational courses shall be considered for transfer on an individual basis. The receiving institution may accept part or all

of these courses as being applicable to the satisfaction of degree requirements.

URI CCRI RIC CHM 101 General Chemistry Lecture I (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] CHM 102 Lab for General Chemistry I (1) + [GE-N] CHM 112 General Chemistry Lecture II( (3 Cr) +[GE-N]CHM 114 Lab for General Chemistry II (1 Cr)+ [GE-N] CHM 226 Organic Chemistry Lab (2 Cr)

Completed Chemical Technology Curriculum

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I (4 Cr) + [GE-LS] CHEM 104 General Chemistry II (4 Cr)+ [GE-LS] CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I (4 Cr)+ CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II (4 Cr)

CHMT 1120 Chemical Technology I (6 Cr) CHEM 103 General Chemistry (4 Cr) + Elective Credit (2) [GE-LS]

CHMT 1220 Chemical Technology II (6 Cr) CHEM 104 General Chemistry (4 Cr) [GE-LS] CHMT 2320 Chemical Technology III (10 Cr) CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry (4 Cr)

+ Elective Credit (6) CHMT 2420 Chemical Technology IV (8 Cr) CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry (4 Cr)

+Elective Credit (4)

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CHEMISTRY / PHYSICAL SCIENCES • To enroll in the B. S. chemistry curriculum at URI with junior status, you are required to have passed MATH 1910, 1920 & 2910, PHYS 2310 &

2320 and CHEM 2270, 2271, 2280 & 2281. • Students wishing to pursue the baccalaureate program in chemistry at RIC should refer to Section 3 for a suggested transfer plan. • RIC students who wish to receive RIC CHEM 410 credit from a URI course transfer may take either BCH 581 or CHM 441 at URI.

URI CCRI RIC CHEM 403 Inorganic Chemistry I (3 Cr) CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment (3 Cr) [GE-N] CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment (4 Cr) General Ed SM Category [GE-SM] CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment (3 Cr)+[GE-N]PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 Cr) [GE-N]

CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment (4 Cr)+ PHYS 1000 Physical Science (4 Cr) PSCI 103 Physical Sciences (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

Free Elective (5 Cr) CHEM 1010 Survey of Biomedical Chemistry (5 Cr) Free Elective (5 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CHEM 1020 Basic Skills for Chemistry (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CHM 101 General Chemistry I (3 Cr) + [GE-N] CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N] CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I (4 Cr) CHEM 103 General Chemistry (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

Free Elective (3 Cr) CHEM 1060 Chemistry of Hazardous Materials (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) CHM 112 General Chemistry II (3 Cr) + [GE-N] CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N] CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II (4 Cr) CHEM 104 General Chemistry (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry (3 Cr) + [GE-N] CHM 105 Introductory Chemistry Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N] CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I (4 Cr) CHEM 105 Genl, Organ & Biolog Chem I (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

CHM 124 Intro to Organic Chemistry (3 Cr) + [GE-N] CHM 126 Intro to Organic Chemistry Lab (1 Cr) CHEM 1190 Health Science Chemistry II (4 Cr) CHEM 106 Genl, Organ & Biolog Chem II (4 Cr) [GE-LS

CHM 227 Organic Chemistry I (3 Cr) + CHM 226 Organic Chemistry Lab (1 Cr)

CHEM 2270 Organic Chemistry I (3 Cr) + CHEM 2271 Organic Chemistry I Lab (1 Cr) CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry (4 Cr)

CHM 228 Organic Chemistry II (3 Cr) + CHM 226 Organic Chemistry Lab (2 Cr)

CHEM 2280 Organic Chemistry II (3 Cr) + CHEM 2281 Organic Chemistry II Lab (2 Cr) CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry (4 Cr)

CHM 212 Quantitative Analysis (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) CHEM 404 Analytical Chemistry (4 Cr)

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CHINESE URI CCRI RIC

Free Elective (3 Cr) CHIN 1000 Basic Spoken Chinese I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE • Vocational/technical occupational courses shall be considered for transfer on an individual basis. The receiving institution may accept part or all

of these courses as being applicable to the satisfaction of degree requirements.

URI CCRI RIC MIC 201 Intro Medical Microbiology (4 Cr) + MIC 333 Immunology and Serology (3 Cr) + MTC 102 Intro to Medical Laboratroy Tech (1 Cr)+ MTC 202 Intro Clinical Laboratory Sci (3 Cr)+ MTC 483 Intro Diagnostic Microbiology (3 Cr) + 16 Free Elective credits

Completed Clinical Laboratory Technology Curriculum

MIC 201 Introductory Medical Microbiology (4 Cr) + Free Electives (4)

MLTC 1110 Bacteriology (4 Cr) + MLTC 2110 Clinical Microbiology I (4 Cr)

MLTC 1110 Bacteriology (4 Cr) BIOL 348 Microbiology (4 Cr)

MIC 333 Immunology and Serology (3 Cr) (Transfer credit for Clinical Lab Science program only.)

MLTC 1120 Clinical Immunology/Serology (2 Cr)+ MLTC 1160 Immunohematology (3 Cr)+ MLTC 1940 Clinical Serology/Immunohematolgy (4)

Free Elective (3 Cr or 9 Cr)

MLTC 1130 Phlebotomy for Clinical Lab TechI (1 Cr) MTC 202 Intro. Clinical Laboratory Science (3 Cr) MLTC 1150 Urinalysis (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MLTC 1160 Immunohematology (3 Cr) MLTC 1170 Quality Assurance for Pt of Care (1 Cr) MLTC 1180 Specimen Collection and Handling (1) MLTC 1190 Fund of Clinical Chemistry (2 Cr) MTC 102 Intro to Medical Lab Technology (1 Cr) +

Elective Credit (2) MLTC 1210 Intro to Medical Lab Technology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

MLTC 1930 Phlebotomy for Clinical LabTech II (1 Cr) MLTC 1940 Clinical Immunology/Immunohematology

(4 Cr)

MLTC 1950 Clinical Urinalysis (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) Free Electives (1 Cr) MLTC 1960 Intro to Lab Information Systems (1 Cr) MLTC 2110 Clinical Microbiology I (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) MLTC 2120 Hematology (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) MLTC 2190 Clinical Chemistry I (5 Cr) Free Elective (5 Cr) MTC 483 Introductory Diagnostic Microbiology (3 Cr) (Transfer credit for Clinical Lab Science program only.) MLTC 2910 Clinical Microbiology II (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

MLTC 2920 Clinical Hematology (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) MLTC 2930 Clinical Laboratory Seminar (2 Cr) MLTC 2990 Clinical Chemistry II (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

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COLLEGE LEVEL EXAMINATION PROGRAM (CLEP)

Examination Equivalencies for Transfer Purposes GENERAL EXAMINATIONS

SUBJECT URI CCRI RIC Score Required 50 50 50

English Composition English Composition Elective 3 credits 1XC & 3 Electives 6 credits Elective 6 credits English Composition with Essay Writing 104 & 1XC 6 credits English 1010 & English 2010 6 credits College Writing Requirement 6 credits Humanities Fine Arts & Literature Elective 6 credits Art & Literature Elective 6 credits Elective 6 credits Mathematics Math 107 & Math Elective 6 credits Math Electives 6 credits General Ed Category M 6 credits Natural Sciences Natural Science Elective 6 credits Biology Elective (3)

Physical Science Elective (3) 6 credits General Ed Category LS 6 credits

Social Science & History Social Science Elective Letters Elective 6 credits

History Electives 6 credits General Ed Category SB 6 credits

CLEP Examination Equivalencies for Transfer Purposes

SUBJECT EXAMINATIONS SUBJECT URI CCRI RIC Accounting Principles Accounting 201, 202 6 credits Accounting 1010, 1020 8 credits Accounting 201, 202 6 credits Algebra/College N/A

Math 1200 or 1700 3 credits Elective 3 credits

Algebra/Trigonometry Math 111 3 credits Math 1900 3 credits Math 209 4 credits American Government Political Science 113 3 credits Political Science 1010 3 credits Political Science 202 3 credits American Literature English 241, 242 6 credits English 1020, 2020 6 credits Electives 6 credits Analyzing & Interpreting Literature English 110 & 3-credit Elective 6 credits English 1200, 1220 6 credits Electives 6 credits Biology General Biology 101,102 8 credits Biology 1001, 1002 8 credits Biology 111,112 8 credits Business Law Introductory Business Law 333 3 credits Business 2030 3 credits Management 343 3 credits Calculus Elementary Function Math 141 & 2-credit Elective, Or

Math 131 & 3-credit Elective, Or BAC 120 & 3-credit Elective 6 credits

Math 1910 4 credits 2-credit Elective

Math 212 & 2-credit Elective 6 credits

Chemistry General Chemistry 101, 102/112, 114 8 credits Chemistry 1030, 1100 8 credits Chemistry 103, 104 8 credits Educational Psychology Introctory EDC 312 3 credits Psychology 2070 3 credits CEP 215 4 credits English Literature English 251, 252 6 credits English 1030, 2030 6 credits Electives 6 credits French Language Level I Level II

N/A French 1010, 1020 6 credits French 2010, 2020 6 credits

French 101, 102 6 credits French 113, 114 6 credits

German Language Level I Level II

N/A German 1010, 1020 6 credits German 2010, 2020 6 credits

German 101, 102 6 credits German 113, 114 6 credits

History, US I History 141 3 credits History 1210 3 credits History 201 3 credits History, US II History 142 3 credits History 1220 3 credits History 202 3 credits Human Growth & Development HDF 200 or Psychology 232 3 credits HMNS 2100 3 credits Elective 3 credits Information Systems & Computer Applications

CSC 101 or BAC 110 3 credits Computer elective 3 credits CIS 251 3 credits

Macro Economics Principles Economics 202 3 credits Economics 2040 3 credits Economics 215 3 credits Management Principles MGT 301 3 credits Business 2050 3 credits MGT 301 3 credits Marketing Principles Marketing 301 3 credits Business 2060 3 credits Marketing 301 3 credits Micro Economics Principles Economics 201 3 credits Economics 2030 3 credits Economics 214 3 credits Psychology Introductory Psychology 113 3 credits Psychology 2010 3 credits Psychology 110 3 credits Sociology Introductory Sociology 100 3 credits Sociology 1010 3 credits Sociology 200 3 credits

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SUBJECT URI CCRI RIC Spanish Language Level I Level II

N/A Spanish 1010, 1020 6 credits Spanish 2010, 2020 6 credits

Spanish 101, 102 6 credits Spanish 113, 114 6 credits

Trigonometry N/A Math 1210 or 1710 3 credits Math 210 3 credits Western Civilization I History 112 3 credits History 1010 3 credits Elective 3 credits Western Civilization II History 114 3 credits History 1020 3 credits Elective 3 credits Western Civilization I & II N/A N/A History 161 & 2-credit Elective 6 credits

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COLLEGE SUCCESS URI CCRI RIC

URI 101 Traditions & Transformations: A Freshman Seminar (1 Cr) Engl 1000 Seminar on Student Success (1 Cr) COLL 101 The College Experience I (1 Cr)

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COMPUTER STUDIES • CCRI students with an associate’s degree in computer science intending to transfer to RIC should consider either a major in computer science

(CSCI) or in computer information systems (CIS). Those interested in a CSCI major will receive credit for courses as indicated below. CCRI students with an associate’s degree in computer science and a GPA of 2.4 or more will automatically be accepted as a CIS major and will receive credit for CIS 352 Management Information Systems and CIS 353 Systems Analysis and Design. CCRI students without an associate’s degree in computer science will receive credit for CIS 352 Management Information Systems only.

• Languages used to implement the programming concepts may differ between the institutions. Students transferring from one institution to another

must be ready to change computer languages.

URI CCRI RIC COMI 1000 Tech Readiness (1 Cr) CSC 101 Computing Concepts (4 Cr) COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers (3 Cr) CSCI 101 Intro to Computers (3 Cr) [GE-SM] Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1120 Introduction to Computer Hardware (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1140 Introduction to Computer Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1150 Programming Concepts (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1210 Programming in BASIC (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) CSC 200 Problem Solving for Science & Eng (4 Cr) COMI 1215 Programming in C++ (3 Cr) CSCI 302 C++ Programming (3 Cr)

CSC 200 Problem Solving for Science & Eng (4 Cr) COMI 1220 Fundamentals of C++ (1 Cr) + COMI 1222 Intermediate C++ (1 Cr)+ COMI 1224 Advanced C++ (1 Cr)

CSCI 302 C++ Programming (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1225 Programming in C# (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1226 Fundamentals of C# (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1227 Intermediate C# (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1228 Advanced C# (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1240 Object Oriented Programming (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1241 Intro to Object Oriented Program (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1260 Program. in 4th Gen. Languages (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1310 BASIC Programming (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1410 Microcomputer Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1415 Microcomputer Operating System (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1419 Using Spreadsheet Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1420 Introduction to Spreadsheets (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1422 Intermediate Spreadsheets (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1425 Advanced Spreadsheets (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1428 Use of Database Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1430 Introduction to Database Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1Cr) COMI 1432 Intermediate Database Software (1 Cr) COMI 1434 Advanced Database Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1440 Automated Charts and Graphs (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1445 Presentation Graphics (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1450 WINDOWS Operating System (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1451 Introduction to Windows (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1452 Intermediate Windows (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1453 Advanced Windows (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1460 UNIX Operating System (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1461 Introduction to UNIX (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1462 Intermediate UNIX (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1463 Advanced UNIX (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1470 Windows Programming Using C++ (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1471 Intro Windows Program Using C++ (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1472 Intermed Windows Program C++ (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1473 Advanced Windows Program C++ (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1475 Introduction to VISIO (1 Cr) CSC 211 Intro to Programming & Design (4 Cr) COMI 1510 Java Prog (formerly COMI 8010) (3 Cr) CSCI 201 Computer Programming I (3 Cr)

CSC 211 Intro to Programming & Design (4 Cr) COMI 1511 Introduction to Java Programming (1)+ COMI 1512 Intermediate Java Programming (1)+ COMI 1513 Advanced Java Programming (1)

CSCI 201 Computer Programming I (3 Cr)

CSC 201 Intro to Computer Programming (3) [GE-M] COMI 1520 Visual BASIC Programming (3 Cr) CSCI 102 Introduction to Visual BASIC (3 Cr)

IME 325 Computer Solutions in IME (3 Cr) COMI 1521 Intro to Visual BASIC Progr.(1) + COMI 1522 Intermed. Visual BASIC Progr.(1)+ ENGR 1060 Autocad (BASIC) (1 Cr)

CSCI 102 Introduction to Visual BASIC (3 Cr)

CSC 201 Intro to Computer Programming (4 Cr) [GE-M]COMI 1521 Intro to Visual BASIC Program (1)+ COMI 1522 Intermed. Visual BASIC Program (1) + COMI 1523 Advanced Visual BASIC Program (1 Cr)

CSCI 102 Introduction to Visual BASIC (3 Cr)

CSCI 221 Computer Programming II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1530 Additional Topics in Visual BASIC (3 Cr) CSCI 203 Advanced Visual BASIC (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1531 Intro Addtl Topics in Visual BASIC (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1532 Intermed Addtl Topics Visual BASIC (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1533 Adv. Addtl Topics Visual BASIC (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1630 Word Processing (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1640 Introduction to Word Processing (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1645 Intermediate Word Processing (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1650 Adv Word Processing Concepts (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1720 Integr: Graph, Database, Word Proc (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1740 Elect Mail/Networking/Communic (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1750 HTML (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1751 Introduction to HTML (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1752 Intermediate HTML (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1753 Advanced HTML (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1755 XML Fundamentals (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1756 XML-1 Basics (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1757 XML-2 Schemas (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1758 XML-3 (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1760 Effective Use of the Internet (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1761 Intro to the Use of the Internet (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1762 Intermediate Use of the Internet (1Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1770 Fund Web Site Development (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1771 Intro. to Web Page Development (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1772 Intermed. Web Page Development (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1773 Adv. Web Develop. CGI & Pearl (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1774 Active Server Pages (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1775 Media on the Web (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1776 E-Commerce Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1777 Cascading Style Sheets (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) COMI 1778 Web Site Implementation (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1779 Web Hosting (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1782 Security of Your Computer (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1800 Computer Networking Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1811 Intro Comp Networking Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1820 Install Comp Network Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1830 Manage & Maint Comp Net Software (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1840 Msoft Windows 2000 Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1841 Intro Microsoft Windows NT Software (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1842 Intmd Msoft Windows NT Ntwk Soft (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1843 Adv Msoft Windows NT Netwrk Soft (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 1905 Desktop Publishing Software (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1910 Intro to Desktop Publishing (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1920 Inter Desktop Publishing Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1930 Adv Desktop Publishing (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1971 Intro to Animation Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) COMI 1973 Adv Animation Software (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMI 2010 Scripting Languages (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMP 1170 Computer Application Systems (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMP 1200 Data Base Design and Mgt (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) COMP 1230 Systems Analysis and Design (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) BAC 110 Business Comp Applications (3 Cr) CIS 251 Computers in Management (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMP 1360 Intro to COBOL Programming (3 Cr) CIS 256 Intro to COBOL Programming (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMP 1370 Advanced COBOL (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMP 2410 Programming-Assembler (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) COMP 2430 Operating Systems (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCO 1850 Networking Technology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCO 1860 Intermediate Networking (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCO 1870 Local Area Networking Desg & Mgmt (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCO 1880 Wide Area Networking Dsgn & Config (3) CSCO 2010 Advanced Routing (5 Cr) Does Not Transfer CSCO 2020 Remote Access (5 Cr) Does Not Transfer CSCO 2030 Multu-Layer Switching (5 Cr) Does Not Transfer CSCO 2040 Internetwork Troubleshooting (5 Cr) Does Not Transfer CSC 110 Introduction to Computer Science (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

CSC 211 Introductory Programming & Design (4 Cr)+ CSC 212 Data Structures and Abstractions (4 Cr) Free Elective (8 Cr)

CSCI 201 Computer Programming I (3 Cr) + CSCI 221 Computer Programming II (3 Cr)+ CSCI 315 Infromation Structures (3 Cr)

CSCI 313 Comp Org Arch II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCI 315 Information Structures (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CSCI 221 Computer Programming II (3 Cr) CSCI 301 Introduction to Java Prog (3 Cr) CSC 200 C++ Programming (4 Cr) CSCI 302 C++ Programming (3 Cr) MGS 483 Bussiness Application Prog (1 Cr) +

Elective Credit (2) CSCI 310 Intro to File Processing (3 Cr)

CSC 301 Fundamentals of Prog Lang (4 Cr) CSCI 325 Org of Program Lang (3 Cr)

CSC 411 Computer Organization (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) CSCI 312 Comp Organization & Architect I (3 Cr) + CSCI 313 Comp Organization & Architect II (3 Cr) Transfers from RIC to URI only.

CSC 411 Computer Organization (4 Cr) Transfers from URI to RIC only. Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) CSCI 312 Comp Organization & Architect I (3 Cr)

CSC 305 Software Engineering (4 Cr) Free Elective CSCI 401 Software Engineering (3 Cr) CSC 320 Social Issues in Computing (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) General Ed SM Category (4 Cr) [GE-SM]

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URI CCRI RIC CSC 340 Math Foundatns of Computer Sci (4 Cr) Transfers from URI to RIC only.

Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) + exemption from CS Cognate of MATH 200 or MATH 315

CSC 350 Fundamentls of Math Computation(4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr or 4 Cr) MATH 417 Introduction to Numerical Analysis (3 Cr) CSC 402 Compiler Design (4 Cr) Transfers from URI to RIC only.

Free Elective (4 Cr) Major Elective (4 Cr)

CSC 406 Computer Graphics (4 Cr) Transfers from URI to RIC only. Free Elective (4 Cr) Major Elective (4 Cr)

CSC 412 Operating Systems and Networks (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 or 3 Cr) CSCI 435 Operat Systems & Comp Architect (3 Cr) CSC 436 Database Management Systems (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) CSCI 455 Database Programming (3 Cr) CSC 440 Algorithms and Data Structures (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) CSCI 423 Analysis of Algorithms (3 Cr) CSC 445 Models of Computation (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 or 3 Cr) CSCI 422 Intro to Computation Theory (3 Cr) CSC 481 Artificial Intelligence (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 or 3 Cr) CSCI 427 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (3 Cr) CSCI 437 Intro to Data & Computer Comm (3 Cr) CSC 436 Database Mgt Sys (4 Cr) CSCI 455 Intro to Database Sys (3 Cr) CSC 491 Directed Study in Computer Sci (1-4 Cr) Free Elective (1-4 Cr) Free Elective (1-4 Cr) CSC 492 Special Topics in Computer Sci (1-4 Cr) Free Elective (1-4 Cr) Major Elective (1-4 Cr)

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COOPERATIVE EDUCATION Credit for cooperative education will transfer as course credit in the student's major unless earned in a program which has no equivalent at the receiving institution, in which case, free elective credit will be granted.

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE / LEGAL STUDIES • Student interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in law/political science should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC LAWS 100 Intro to Law Enforcement (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 1010 Criminal Law (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSC 288 American Legal System (3 Cr) [GE-S] LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice (3 Cr) POL 208 Introduction to Law (3 Cr)

Free Elective (8 Cr or 9 Cr) LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice (3 Cr)+ LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law (3 Cr) + LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Constitution (3 Cr)

POL 331 Courts and Public Policy (4 Cr)+ POL 332 Civil Liberties in the U.S. (4 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 1030 Criminalistics I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 1040 Criminalistics II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 1090 Criminal Procedures in RI (3 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (3 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (6 Cr) LAWS 1100 Interpretation & Translation I (6 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (6 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (6 Cr) LAWS 1110 Interpretation & Translation II (6 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (6 Cr) PSC Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law (3 Cr) POL 331 Courts and Public Policy (4 Cr)

PSC 472 Civil Liberties (3 Cr) LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law (3 Cr)+ LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Constitution (3 Cr) POL 332 Civil Liberties in the U.S. (4 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2010 The Law of Evidence (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2020 Basic Civil Procedures for Paralegals (3) PSC Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Constitution (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2040 Law and Society (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (BSL 333 by exam) (3 Cr) LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BSL 1XX or BSL 442 by exam (3 Cr) LAWS 2060 Law of Property, Estates & Trusts (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (BSL 334 by exam) (3 Cr) LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2080 Comm Paper & Sec’d Transactions (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) LAWS 2090 Legal Research and Writing I (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (3 Cr) LAWS 2100 Law of Torts (3 Cr) 200-level Free Elective (3 Cr)

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ECONOMICS

URI CCRI RIC ECN 201 Economic Principles (Micro) (3 Cr) [GE-S] ECON 2030 Principles of Microeconomics (3 Cr) ECON 214 Introduction to Microeconomics (3 Cr) ECN 202 Economic Principles (Macro) (3 Cr) [GE-S] ECON 2040 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 Cr) ECON 215 Introduction to Macroeconomics (3 Cr) ECN 300-Level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ECON 313 Managerial Economics (3 Cr) ECN 328 Intermd Econ. Theory: Pricing/Distrib (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ECON 314 Intermediate Microeconomics (3 Cr) ECN 327 Interm Econ Theory: Income/Employ (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ECON 315 Intermediate Macroeconomics (3 Cr) ECN 100 Introduction to Economics (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) ECON 200 Introduction to Economics (3 Cr) [GE-SB] ECON 390 Directed Study (1 Cr) ECON 421 International Economics (3 Cr) ECON 422 Economics of Develop Country (3 Cr) ECON 431 Labor Economics (3 Cr) ECON 433 Economics of Govt (3 Cr) ECON 434 Money and Banking (3 Cr) ECON 435 Urban Economics (3 Cr) ECON 436 Industral Org & Market Structure (3 Cr) ECON 449 Applied Forecasting Techniques (3 Cr) ECON 461 History of Economic Thought (3 Cr) ECON 462 Seminar in Economic Research (3 Cr)

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ENGINEERING • Vocational/technical occupational courses shall be considered for transfer on an individual basis. The receiving institution may accept part or all

of these courses as being applicable to the satisfaction of degree requirements.

• RIC has no equivalent department, therefore, courses will be evaluated for credit on an individual basis.

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate program in chemical, civil, computer, industrial, electrical, mechanical or ocean engineering should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC IME 325 Computer Solutions in IME (3 Cr) COMI 1521 Introduction to Visual Basic (1 Cr)+

COMI 1522 Intermediate Visual Basic (1 Cr)+ ENGT 1060 Autocad (Basic) (1 Cr)

EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I (1 Cr) + Elective Credit (2) ENGR 1020 Intro to Engineering & Tech (3 Cr)

MCE 201 Comp Graphics in Mech. Engineer (3 Cr) ENGR 1030 Engineering Graphics (3 Cr) ENGT 1060 Basic Autocad (1 Cr)+

ENGT 1070 Advanced Autocad (2 Cr)+ MGT 203 Comp-Aided Desgn & Draft (CADD) I (3 Cr)

CVE 250 CADD for Civil Engineers (3 Cr) +Elective Credit (2)

ENGT 1060 Basic Autocad (1 Cr)+ ENGT 1070 Advanced Autocad (2 Cr)+ ENGT 1080 Autocad 3D (2 Cr)

CVE 460 Steel Structures (3) ENGT 1080 Autocad (3D) (2 Cr) MGT 204 Comp-Aided Dsgn & Draft (CADD) II (3 Cr) MCE 262 Statics (3 Cr) ENGR 2050 Engineering Mechanics-Statics (3 Cr) MCE 263 Dynamics (3 Cr) ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics (3) PHY 204 Elementary Physics II (3 Cr) [GE-N] ENGR 2150 Intro. to Electrical Engineering (3 Cr) PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N] ENGR 2151 Intro to Electrical Engineering Lab (1) EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II (2 Cr) ENGR 2160 Intro. to Engineering Analysis (2 Cr) ELE 201 Digital Circuits Design ((3 Cr)+ ELE 202 Digital Circuits Design Lab (1 Cr) ENGR 2320 Digital Electronics (4 Cr)

ENGR 2540 Mechanics of Materials (3 Cr) ELE 205 Microprocessor Laboratory (3 Cr)

+ Elective Credit (1) ENGR 2520 Microprocessor and Microcomp (4 Cr)

ENGR 2560 Mechanical Engineering Lab (1 Cr) CVE 220 Mechanics of Materials (3 Cr) ENGR 2540 Mech. of Materials for Eng (3 Cr) ELE 212 Linear Circuit Theory (3 Cr) ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory (3 Cr) ELE 220 Passive and Active Circuits (3 Cr) ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory (3 Cr) ELE 215 Circuits Lab II (2 Cr) ENGR 2621 Linear Circuits Lab (2 Cr)

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ENGLISH/WRITING • Students wishing to pursue a baccalaureate degree in English should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC ENGL 0250 Compensatory College Skills (3 Cr) No Credits ENGL 0312 Engl as a Second Lang: Reading I (3 Cr) No Credits ENGL 1000 Seminar on Student Success (1 Cr) ENGL 1002 Reading & Study Skills Prog (3 Cr) WRT 104 Writing to Inform & Explain (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) [GE-ECw] ENGL 1010 Composition I (3 Cr) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing * (4 Cr)

* Meets RIC CollegeWriting Requirement. ENG 241 US Literature (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 241 US Literature I +(3 Cr) [GE-A] ENG 242 US Literature II (3 Cr) [E-A]

ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature (3) + ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature (3 Cr)

ENGL 207 Backgrounds in American Lit (4 Cr) + Elective Credit (2)

ENG 251 British Literature I (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1030 British Literature I (3 Cr) ENGL 205 Backgrounds: British Lit to 1800 (3 Cr) ENG 160 Literatures of the World (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) [GE-A] ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century ** (3 Cr) ENGL 161 Western Literature ** (4 Cr) [GE-C1]

Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1050 Fundamentals of Writing (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) No Credits ENGL 1070 English as 2nd Lang (6 Cr) No Credits No Credits ENGL 1080 English as Second Language II (6 Cr) ESL 101 Intensive Basic ESL (4 Cr) No Credits ENGL 1090 Paragraph Writing in ESL (6 Cr) ESL 102 Intensive Intermediate ESL (4 Cr) ENG 110 Introduction to Literature (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1200 Introduction to Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 117 Contemporary Approaches to Lit (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1210 The Film as Literature I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 263 Intro Literary Genres: The Poem (3) [GE-A] ENGL 1220 Introduction to Poetry (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1230 Modern Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 265 Intro to Literary Genres: Novel (3) [GE-A] ENGL 1240 Readings in the Novel (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 243 The Short Story (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1250 Readings in the Short Story (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 280 Intro to Shakespeare (3 Cr)[GE-A] ENGL 1260 Readings in Shakespeare (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama (3 Cr) ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENG 264 Intro to Literary Genres: Drama (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1280 Dramatic Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENG 248 Afro-Amer Lit 1900 to Present (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1290 Black American Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ELS 112 English as a Second Language I (3 )[GE-Cw] ENGL 1300 Comp I Speakers of Eng as 2nd Lang (3) ENGL 1310 Writing for Performanc (3 Cr) ENG 368 The Bible (3 Cr) ENGL 1350 Lit of Bible: A Literary Analysis (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1360 Science Fiction (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 1370 Lit of Imagination and Fantasy (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WRT 227 Business Communications (3 Cr) [GE-Cw] ENGL 1400 Business Writing for Secretaries (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WRT 227 Business Communications (3 Cr) [GE-Cw] ENGL 1410 Business Writing (3 Cr) ENGL 230 Business Writing (3 Cr) ENG 205 Creative Writing (3 Cr) ENGL 1430 Creative Writing (3 Cr) ENGL 220 Creative Writing (3 Cr) WRT 101 Composition I or 1XC (3 Cr) [GE-Cw] ENGL 2010 Composition II (3 Cr) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing (3 Cr) ENG XXX English (Elective Cr 3) *

*Consult with English Department for course equivalency.

ENGL 2015 Comp II for Liberal Arts WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing (3 Cr)

ENG 242 US Literature (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 252 British Literature II (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) [GE-A] ENGL 2030 British Literature II (3 Cr) ENGL 206 Backgrnds in British Lit: 1800 to Pres. (4)

ENG 160 Lit. of the World (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century ** (3) ** RIC students see Section 1.

ENGL 161 Western Literature ** (3 Cr) [GE-C1] ** RIC students see Section 1.

WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (3 Cr) [GE-C] ENGL 2100 Technical Writing (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC HDF 302 Literature for Children (3 Cr) ENGL 2200 Children's Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 210 Children's Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 2230 Contemp Lit of the Past Decade (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENG 248 Afro/Amer Lit 1900-Present (3 Cr) ENGL 326 Africian Amer Lit (3 Cr) ENG 378 Aspects of Postmodernism (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) ENG 379 Contemporary Literature (3 Cr) Free Elective (3)

Free Elective (4 Cr) ENGL 207 Backgrounds in Amer Lit (4 Cr) WRT 105 Forms of College Writing (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) [GE-ECw] WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing * (4 Cr) *

Meets RIC CollegeWriting Requirement. WRT 383 Field Experience in Writing

Consultancy (3 Cr) Free Elective (3)

ENG 300 Literature into Film (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 325 Literature and Film (3 Cr) ENG 302 Topics in Film Theory and Criticism (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 337 Topics in the Aesthetics of Film (3 Cr) ENG 330 The Structure of American Eng (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 433 Modern English Grammar (3 Cr) ENG 332 Evolution of English Language (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 332 History of the English Language (3 Cr) ENG 347 Antebellum US Literature & Culture (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 301 American Literature to 1860 (3 Cr) ENG 348 US Lit & Culture from 1865-1914 (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 302 American Lit from 1860 to 1914 (3 Cr) ENG 350 Literary Theory and Criticism (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 434 Studies in Theory and Criticism (3 Cr) ENG 373 British Lit of the Renaissance (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 348 British Lit from 1500 to 1603 (3 Cr) ENG 373 British Lit of the Renaissance (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 351 British Lit from 1603 to 1674 (3 Cr) ENG 374 British Literature 1660-1800 (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 352 British Lit from 1660 to 1784 (3 Cr) ENG 375 British Literature of the 19th Century (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 354 British Lit from 1784 to 1832 (3 Cr) ENG 381 Topics in Medieval/Renaissance Lit (3 Cr)

[GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 347 British Lit to 1500 (3 Cr)

ENG 382* Medeival Renaissance Authors (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 344 Chaucer (3 Cr) ENG 385 Women Writers (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 324 Literature by Women (3 Cr) WRT 201 Writing Argument. & Persuasive (3) [GE-Cw] Free Elective (3 Cr) ENGL 231 Expository Writing (3 Cr) ENG 201 Principles of Literary Study (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) Free Elective (4 Cr) ENGL 201 Introduction to Literary Study I (4 Cr)

ENG 202 Intro to Literary Study (3 Cr) + Elective Credit (1) Free Elective (4 Cr) ENGL 202 Introduction to Literary Study II (4 Cr)

Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) ENGL 264 Writing & Culture (4 Cr) [GE-C4] ENGL 163 Intro to Non-West Lit (4 Cr) ENGL 212 Adolescent Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 240 News Writing (3 Cr) ENGL 261 Nothern Exposures (4 Cr) ENGL 262 Women’s Crime Representations (4 Cr) ENGL 263 Zen and the Literay Experience (4 Cr) ENGL 265 Women's Stories Across Culture (4 Cr) ENGL 303 American Novel to 1914 (3 Cr) ENGL 321 Modern Poetry (3 Cr) ENGL 322 Modern Drama (3 Cr) ENGL 323 Modern British Novel (3 Cr) ENGL 327 Ethnic-American Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 328 Modern Amer Fiction (3 Cr) ENGL 329 Contemporary Amer Fiction (3 Cr) ENGL 335 Studies in World Literature (3 Cr) ENGL 336 Non-Western Litereature (3 Cr) * Variable topics or authors – consult with English

Department and Advisor.

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE • The public institutions of higher education in Rhode Island offer a variety of courses and support services for students for whom English is a

second language (ESL). Most of the courses provide college-level credit and are in many instances transferable. Students should note that the equivalencies listed may be subject to a competency examination at the receiving institution. Competency examinations are designed to determine the appropriate level of coursework for students continuing in ESL courses.

URI CCRI RIC No Credit ENGL 0312 English as 2nd Language Reading (3) No Credit No Credit ENGL 1070 English as a Second Language I (6 Cr) No Credit No Credit ENGL 1080 English as a Second Language II (6 Cr) ESL 101 Intensive Basic English as 2nd Lang (4) ELS 112 English as a 2nd Lang I (3 Cr) ENGL 010 Basic Writing Skills (2 Cr) No Credit ENGL 1090 Paragraph Writing in ESL (2 Cr) ESL 102 Intensive Intermediate ESL (4 Cr) ELS 112 English as a 2nd Lang I (3 Cr) [GE-Cw] ENGL 1300 Compostn for English as 2nd Lang

(3)

Free Elective (3 Cr) SPCH 1120 Adv Speech & Articulation in ESL (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ELS 122 English as a Second Language II (3 Cr)

[GE-Cw]

ESL 201 Intensive Advncd English as 2nd Lang (4)

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FILM STUDIES

URI CCRI RIC FLM 101 Intro. to Film & Screen Studies (3 Cr) [GE-A] COMM 241 Introduction to Film & Video (3 Cr) [GE-A] FILM 162 The Afro-Brazilian Experience and Brazilian Cinema (4 Cr)

FILM 220 History of Film I (4 Cr) FILM 221 History of Film II (4 Cr) FILM 262 Film and Representation: Cross-Cultural Projections (4 Cr)

FILM 305 Exploring Ethnographic Film (4 Cr) FILM 351 Major Directors (4 Cr) FILM 352 Film Genre (4 Cr) FILM 353 National Cinema (4 Cr) FILM 450 Topics in the Study of Film (4 Cr) FILM 454 Film Theory (4 Cr) FILM 490 Directed Stud (3 Cr) FILM 491 Directed Stud (3 Cr)

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FIRE SCIENCE

URI CCRI RIC KIN 172 Basic First Aid and CPR (.5 Cr)+ Free Elective (6.5)

FIRE 1130 Emergency Med Tech – Basic (7 Cr)

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FRENCH • Students wishing to pursue a baccalaureate degree in French should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

• Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies, see the department chairperson.

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) FREN 1000 Basic Spoken French I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN 101 Beginning French I (3 Cr+Free Elective 1) FREN 1010 Elementary French I (3 Cr) FREN 101 Elementary French I (4 Cr) FRN 102 Beginning French II(3 Cr+Free Elective 1) FREN 1020 Elementary French II ((3 Cr) FREN 102 Elementary French II (4 Cr) FRN 101 Beginning French I (3 Cr +Free Elective 1) FREN 1030 Elementary French I (3 Cr) FREN 101 Elementary French I (4 Cr) FRN 102 Beginning French II (3 Cr+Free Elective 1) FREN 1040 Elementary French II (3 Cr) FREN 102 Elementary French II (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FREN 1100 Basic Spoken French II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN Elective (3 Cr) FREN 1510 Conversational French I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN Elective (3 Cr) FREN 1520 Conversational French II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN 103 Intermediate French I (3 Cr) FREN 2010 Intermediate French I (3 Cr) FREN 113 Intermediate French (3 Cr) [GE-SB] FRN 104 Intermediate French II (3 Cr) FREN 2020 Intermediate French II (3 Cr) FREN 114 Readings in Intermediate French (3 Cr) FRN 201 French Pronunciation (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) FRN 204 French Composition I (3 Cr)

+ Elective Credit (1) FREN 2210 Conversation and Composition I (3 Cr) FREN 201 Conversation and Composition (4 Cr)

FRN 207 French Oral Expression I (3 Cr) + Elective Credit (1) FREN 2220 Conversation and Composition II (3 Cr) FREN 202 Composition and Conversation (4 Cr)

FRN 102 Beginning French II (3 Cr) FREN Elective (3 Cr) FREN 110 Review of Basic French (3 Cr) [GE-SB]FRN 309 French Culture and Literature to 1789 (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) FREN 323 Survey of French Literature I (3 Cr) FRN 320 Studies in French Cinema (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) FRN 391 Literature to 1789 in Translation (3 Cr)

[GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3)

FRN 392 19th Century Lit in Translation (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN 393 20th Century Lit in Translation (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) FRN 310 Modern French Culture & Literature(3 Cr) FREN 324 Survey of French Lit: 1789 to Present (3) FREN 330 French Civilization (3 Cr) FREN 390 Directed Study (1) FREN 400 Applied Linguistics (3 Cr) FREN 417 Studies in the 18th Century (3 Cr) FREN 418 Studies in the 19th Century (3 Cr) FREN 419 Studies in the 20th Century (3 Cr) FREN 420 Applied Grammar (3 Cr) FREN 460 Seminar in French (3 Cr) FREN 461 Studies in the 17th Century (3 Cr)

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GEOGRAPHY / MARINE AFFAIRS

URI CCRI RIC GEG 103 Economic Geography (3 Cr) or GEG 104 Political Geography [GE-S] GEOG 1010 Introduction to Geography (3 Cr) GEOG 101 Introduction to Geography (3 Cr) [GE-SB]

GEG 103 Economic Geography (3 Cr) GEOG 1020 Economic Geography (3 Cr) [GE-R] GEG 200 Geography of Human Ecosystems (3 Cr) Free Elective(3 Cr) GEOG 100 Intro to Environmental Studies (3) [GE-SB] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 205 Earth’s Physical Environments (3 Cr) [GE-SM Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) GEOG 263 Humn Resp. to Natural Disast (4 Cr) [GE-C4 Free Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) GEOG 261 The New Global Village (4 Cr) [GE-C4] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 301 Natural Resource Management (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 305 Geog of Rhode Island (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 306 Geographic Skills and Methods (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 312 Historical Geography of the US (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 313 Disaster Management (3 Cr) MAF 461 Coastal Zone Uses (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 320 Coastal Geography (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 337 Urban Political Geography (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 338 People, Houses, Neighborhds & Cities (3) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 339 Metro Providence: Past, Prsnt, Future (3) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 340 Regional Geography (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 400 Regional Geography (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 407 New England Landscape Pre-1900 (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 408 New Engl. Landscape since 1900 (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 460 Senr Seminar: Theory & Research (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GEOG 463 Internship in Geography (3 Cr) 300-level Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) GEOG 470 Reading Course in Geography (1 Cr) 300-level Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) GEOG 490 Directed Study in Geography (1 Cr)

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GEOLOGY/GEOSCIENCES

URI CCRI RIC GEO 103 Understanding the Earth (4 Cr) [GE-N] GEOL 1010 General Geology I (4 Cr) PSCI 212 Introduction to Geology (4 Cr) [GE-LS] GEO Elective (4 Cr) GEOL 1020 General Geology II (4 Cr) General Education LS Category (4 Cr) GEO 100 Environmental Geology (3 Cr) [GE-N] Science Elective (3 Cr) General Education SM Category (3) [GE-SM] GEO 102 Evolution/Extinction of Dinosaurs (3 Cr) [GE- Science Elective (3 Cr) General Education SM Category (3) [GE-SM] GEO 120 Geology of U. S. National Parks (3 Cr) [GE-N Free Elective (3 Cr)

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GERMAN • Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies see the department chairperson.

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) GERM 1000 Basic Spoken German I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GER 101 Beginning German I (4 Cr) GERM 1010 Elementary German I (4 Cr) GRMN 101 Elementary German I (4 Cr) GER 111 Intensive Beginning German I (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) GERM 1010 Elementary German I (4 Cr) GRMN 101 Elementary German I (4 Cr)

GER 102 Beginning German II (3 Cr) + Elective Credit (1) GERM 1020 Elementary German II (4 Cr) GRMN 102 Elementary German II (4 Cr)

GER 112 Intensive Beginning German II (4 Cr) GERM 1020 Elementary German II (4 Cr) GRMN 102 Elementary German II (4 Cr) GER 101 Beginning German I (4 Cr) GERM 1030 Elementary German I (4 Cr) GRMN 101 Elementary German I (4 Cr) GER 102 Beginning German II (3 Cr) + Elective

Credit (1) GERM 1040 Elementary German II (4 Cr) GRMN 102 Elementary German II (4 Cr)

GER Elective (3 Cr) GERM 1510 Conversational German I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GER Elective (3 Cr) GERM 1520 Conversational German II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) GER 393 Topics in German Literature (3 Cr) GERM 1800 Mastrpcs German Lit in Translation (3 ) Free Elective (3 Cr) GER 103 Intermediate German I (3 Cr) GERM 2010 Intermediate German I (3 Cr) GRMN 113 Intermediate German (3 Cr) [GE-SB] GER 113 Intensive Intermediate German I (4 Cr) GERM 2010 Intermediate German I (3 Cr) GRMN 113 Intermediate German (3 Cr)

+ Elective Credit (1) [GE-SB] GER 104 Intermediate German II (3 Cr) GERM 2020 Intermediate German II (3 Cr) GRMN 114 Readings in Intermediate German (4 Cr) GER 114 Intensive Intermediate German II (4 Cr) GERM 2020 Intermediate German II (4 Cr) GRMN 114 Readings in Intermediate German (4 Cr)

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HISTORY • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in history should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe (3 Cr) + Elective

Credit (1) [GE-L] HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I * (3 Cr) * RIC students see Section 1.

HIST 161 Western History * (4 Cr) [GE-C2] * RIC students see Section 1.

HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe (3 Cr) + [GE-L] HIS 114 History of West Civ since 1789 (3 Cr) [GE-L]

HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I *(3 Cr) + HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II * (3 Cr) * RIC students see Section 1.

HIST 161 Western History * (4 Cr) [GE-C2] * RIC students see Section 1.

HIS 114 History of Western Civ since 1789 (3) [GE-L] HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II * (3 Cr) HIST 161 Western History * (4 Cr) [GE-C2] * RIC students see Section 1.

HIS 141 History of United States to 1877 (3 Cr) [GE-L] HIST 1210 History of United States to 1877 (3 Cr) HIST 201 United States History to 1877 (3 Cr) HIS 142 Hist. of US since 1877 (3 Cr) [GE-L] HIST 1220 History of United States from 1877 (3 Cr) HIST 202 US History: 1877 to Present (3 Cr) HIS 145 Women in North American Colonies And the US: 1500-1890 (3 Cr) [GE-L] HIST 2010 Survey Hist of American Women (3 Cr)

HIS 146 Women in the US: 1890 to Present [GE-L] HIST 2015 Women in American Hist (1900-Present (3 Cr)

HIS 100-level Elective (3 Cr) HIST 2020 Civil War and Reconstruction (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HIS 100-level Elective (3 Cr) HIST 2241 America’s Experience in Vietnam (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HIS 150 Introduction to Afro-American History (3) [GE-L] HIST 2250 Black American History(3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HIS 171 East Asian Culture and History (3 Cr) +

Elective Credit (1) [GE-L] HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization (3 Cr) HIST 162 Perspect. East Asian Civil (4 Cr) [GE-C3]

HIS 172 Southeast Asian Culture and Hist (3 Cr) HIS 132 Intro to Russian and Soviet History (3 Cr) [GE-L Free Elective (3 Cr) HIST 261 Between Easterm and Western (3 Cr)

Russian Identity [GE-C4] HIS 177 Islamic Middle East (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) HIST 164 Perspectives Muslim Hist & Civ (3) [GE-C3] HIS 180 Intro to Latin Amer Civilization (3 Cr) [GE-L] HIST 1000-Level Elective(3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HIS 116 History of Western Science (3 Cr) HIS 117 History of Medicine (3 Cr) HIS 118 Women in Europena History (3 Cr) HIS 123 Modern British Civilization (3 Cr) HIS 130 History and the Sea (3 Cr) HIS 1XX Free Elective (3 Cr) HIS 204 Global History since 1500 HIS 1XL Letters Elective (3 Cr) HIS 265 Conflict and Conflict Resolution HIS 372 Science And Ethics Free Elective (3) HIST 163 Perspective on Africia (4 Cr) HIST 165 Amerindian Peasants (4 Cr) HIST 200 Nature of Historical Inquiry (4 Cr) HIST 263 Christianity in Global Perspec (4 Cr)

HIST 264 Religious Resurance (4 Cr) HIST 300 History of Greece (3 Cr) HIST 301 Alexander & Hellenistic World (3 Cr) HIST 302 The Roman Republic (3 Cr) HIST 303 The Roman Empire (3 Cr) HIST 304 Medieval History (3 Cr) HIST 305 Age of Renaissance (3 Cr) HIST 306 Age of Reformation (3 Cr) HIST 307 Europe in the Age of Englight (3 Cr) HIST 308 Europe 1789-1850 (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC HIST 309 Europe 1850-1914 (3 Cr) HIST 310 Twentieth-Century Europe (3 Cr) HIST 311 Modern Europe (3 Cr) HIST 312 Rise of the Russian Empire(3 Cr) HIST 313 The Soviet Union and After (3 Cr) HIST 314 Women in European History (3 Cr) HIST 315 Western Legal System (3 Cr) HIST 316 Modern Western Political Thought (3 Cr) HIST 317 Politics & Society (3 Cr) HIST 320 American Colonial History (3 Cr) HIST 321 American Revolution (3 Cr) HIST 322 Era of Amer Expansion (3 Cr) HIST 323 Emergence of Modern America (3 Cr) HIST 324 America, 1914-1945 (3 Cr) HIST 325 America since 1945 (3 Cr) HIST 326 American Cultural History (3 Cr) HIST 327 American Cultural History 20th (3 Cr) HIST 330 History of American Immigration (3 Cr) HIST 331 History of Rhode Island (3 Cr) HIST 332 American Presidency (3 Cr) HIST 334 Black Experience in America (3 Cr) HIST 335 American For Policy: 1945+ (3 Cr) HIST 336 US and the Emerging World (3 Cr) HIST 340 Muslim World to 1800 (3 Cr) HIST 341 Muslim World 1800+ (3 Cr) HIST 342 Islam and Politics in Mod History (3 Cr) HIST 344 History of East Asia to 1600 (3 Cr) HIST 345 History of China in Modern Time (3 Cr) HIST 346 History of Japan in Modern Time (3 Cr) HIST 347 Foreign Relations of East Asia (3 Cr) HIST 349 History of Contemp Africia (3 Cr) HIST 352 Colonial Latin America (3 Cr) HIST 353 Modern Latin America (3 Cr) HIST 355 Everyday Life History (3 Cr) HIST 361 Seminar in History (4 Cr) HIST 362 Reading Seminar in History (4 Cr) HIST 363 Internship in Applied History (3 Cr) HIST 371 Reading Course in Histort (3 Cr) HIST 381 Workshop: Hist Elem Teach (1 Cr) HIST 390 Directed Study (4 Cr) HIST 391 Directed Study (4 Cr)

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HONORS PROGRAM

URI CCRI RIC

Honors programs exist at all three state institutions to encourage academically talented students to engage in special learning opportunities, thus enhancing their intellectual growth. These honors programs share a commitment to academic excellence and student access. Students transferring to URI from CCRI who have completed honors courses at CCRI are encouraged to apply to the URI Honors Program. Admission to URI Honors Program courses requires a minimum 3.2 GPA. On a case by case basis, CCRI honors projects may qualify to satisfy the “3 credit, 100 level” portion of the URI Honors Program requirements. Interested students should submit a portfolio of their CCRI honors projects together with their CCRI transcript to the URI honors director. Students transferring to RIC from CCRI who have completed honors courses at CCRI are encouraged to apply to do honors work at RIC. Students will be accepted for honors work at RIC on a case by case basis. Normally, they must have a minimum 3.5 GPA and 24 hours in a diversified liberal arts curriculum. They must also submit an essay and an academic letter of recommendation with the application. Students who have at least 6 general education honors courses to fulfill at RIC may apply to the General Education Honors Program. Others are encouraged to take general education Core 3 (if applicable) and Core 4 in honors sections; to take Honors 351 (Colloquium) and 365 (Seminar) in their junior year; and to complete departmental honors in their respective majors in their senior year. For more information on the Honors Program call –

CCRI 825-2239 URI 874-2303 RIC 456-8671

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HUMAN SERVICES / EDUCATION / HUMAN DEVELOPMENT • Students majoring in human services at CCRI are automatically accepted into the human development, family studies department (human services

and early childhood education programs) at URI if they have a minimum GPA of 2.0 and have taken the following courses: HMNS 2100 (or PSYC 2030), PSYC 2010, SOCS 1010 (or other 100- or 200-level sociology course), and MATH 1430. Students who plan to qualify for early childhood education certification should note that there is a minimum required GPA of 2.5. Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in human development and family studies: early childhood education should refer to Section 3 for suggested program transfer plans.

• Note that course equivalencies are dependent on program at URI. Please consult an HSS advisor.

URI CCRI RIC HSS 120 Intro to Human Sciences and Services (3) HMNS 1010 Orientation to Human Services (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 1020 Intro to Children’s Residentail Serv (3) PSY 261 The Alcohol-Troubled Person (3 Cr) +

Free Elective (1) HMNS 1040 Drugs and Human Behavior (4 Cr) PSYCH 217 Drug Use & Personal Decision Making

(3 Cr) CMD 275 Gestural Communication (3 Cr) HMNS 1060 Introduction to Sign Language I (3 Cr) COMM 223 Introduction to Sign Language (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 1070 Introduction to Sign Language II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HDF Professional Elective. (3 Cr)

(For Early Child Ed majors, HDF357 & FSN207 will be waived.)HMNS 1080 Health Nutrition and Young Child (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 1090 Foundations of Geriatric Program (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 1110 Activity Pro: Basic Educ I (3 Cr) HMNS 1120 Activity Pro Basic Educ II (3 Cr) HMNS 1130 Intro to Interpersonal Violence (3 Cr) HMNS 1140 Interventions Interpersonal Vio (3 Cr) HMNS 1150 Dir Support Professional Train I (3 Cr) HMNS 1160 Dir Support Professional Train II (3 Cr) HMNS 1200 Human Services Practicum I (3 Cr)

HDF 203 Introduction to Work with Children (4 Cr) HMNS 1210 Field Experience & Seminar I/Child Development (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 1220 Field Exper & Sem I/Ed/Special Ed (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2010 American Sign Language III (3 Cr) HMNS 2020 American Sign Language IV (3 Cr) HMNS 2030 Emergent Literacy (3 Cr) EDC 102 Introduction to American Education (3)[GE-S] HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education (3 Cr) EDC 402 Educ of Spec Needs Students (3 Cr)

(or HDF Elect (3) HMNS 2070 Charactrist & Needs Spec Pop (3 Cr)

HMNS 2070 Charac. & Needs of Spec Populatns (3 Cr) +

HMNS 2080 Case Study Development (2 Cr) SPED 300 Intro to Ed of Exceptional Children

HDF 200 Life-Span Development I (3 Cr) HMNS 2100 Child Growth & Develop Skills (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HDF Elective (4 Cr) HMNS 2110 Intro Social Wrk & Soc Welfare (4 Cr) SWRK 240 Intro to Social Work & Welfare (3 Cr) HDF 301 Curriculum for Young Children (3 Cr) HMNS 2120 Curriculum for Young Children (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2130 Social Work Practice I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2135 Social Work Practice II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HDF Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2140 Guiding Child’s Behavior (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HDF Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2150 Parent and Child Relations (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HLT Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2160 Prevention, Methods & Materials (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) EDC Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2170 Learning Disabilities (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) EDC Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2180 Mental Retardation (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC HMNS 2190 Infant/Toddler Care: Mthds & Mat (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2200 Interviewing Skills (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2210 Family Interviewing Skills (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HSS 350 Foundations of Public Policy (3 Cr) or Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2220 Social Wrk Programs & Policy Anal (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2230 Individuals, Families & Small Grps (3) SWRK 324 Humn Bhvr & Soc Environ: Ind/Fms/Sm Grps (3 Cr)

HSS 320 Social Research Methods or Free Elective (3) HMNS 2240 Social Research Methods (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2250 Soc Systems, Institutions & Orgs (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HMNS 2260 Activity Prof: Practicum I (3 Cr) HMNS 2270 Urban Education Practicum I (3 Cr) HMNS 2280 Adv Mgt Part I for Activity Prof (3 Cr) HMNS 2285 Adv Mgt Part II for Activity Prof (3 Cr) EDC 250 Preprof Field Experience (in early childhood

education if in a K-2 multicultural setting) or HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II or Free Elective (3 Cr)

HMNS 2310 Field Exper & Seminar II/Child Dev (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

EDC 250 Preprof Field Experience (1 Cr)+ EDC Elective (2) or HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II

(3 Cr) or Free Elective (3 Cr)

HMNS 2320 Field Exper & Seminar II/Education (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HDF 314 Intro to Gerontology (4 Cr) and waive or HSS 270 Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II (3

Cr) or HDF Professional Elective (3 Cr) or Free Elective (3 Cr)

HMNS 2340 Fld Exp & Sem II/Soc Wrk&Gerontol (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II (3 Cr)

HMNS 2360 Fld Exp & Sem II/Substance Abuse (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II (3 Cr)

HMNS 2410 Field Exp. & Seminar III/Child Dev (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II (3 Cr)

HMNS 2420 Fld Exp & Sem III/Educ & Spec Needs (3) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HDF 314 Intro to Gerontology/Field Exp w/ Aging (3) HMNS 2440 Fld Exp & Sem III/Soc Wrk & Gerontol (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HSS 270* Field Exp. in Human Science & Service II or Free Elective (3 Cr)

HMNS 2460 Fld Exp & Sem III/Mental Hlth/Sub. Abuse (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

* HSS 270 can be transferred for a maximum of 6 credits.

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ITALIAN

• Students wishing to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Italian should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

• Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies see the department chairperson.

URI CCRI RIC ITL Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 0110 Italian for Business and Travel (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 1000 Basic Spoken Italian I(3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITL 101 Elementary Italian I (3 or 4 Cr) ITAL 1010 Elementary Italian I (3 Cr) ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I (4 Cr) ITL 102 Elementary Italian II (3 or 4 Cr) ITAL 1020 Elementary Italian II (3 Cr) ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II (4 Cr) ITL 101 Elementary Italian I (3 or 4 Cr) ITAL 1030 Elementary Italian I (3 Cr) ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I (4 Cr) ITL 102 Elementary Italian II (3 or 4 Cr) ITAL 1040 Elementary Italian II (3 Cr) ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 1100 Basic Spoken Italian II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITL Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 1510 Conversational Italian I(3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITL Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 1520 Conversational Italian II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITL Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 1900 The Italian Heritage (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) ITL 103 Intermediate Italian I (3 Cr) ITAL 2010 Intermediate Italian I (3 Cr) ITAL 113 Intermediate Italian (3 Cr) [GE-SB] ITL 104 Intermediate Italian II (3 Cr) ITAL 2020 Intermediate Italian II (3 Cr) ITAL 114 Readings in Intermediate Italian (3 Cr) ITL 205 Conversation and Composition (3 Cr) ITAL 2210 Italian Conversation & Comp I (3 Cr) ITAL 201 Conversation and Composition (4 Cr) ITL 206 Comversation and Composition (3 Cr) ITAL 2220 Italian Conversation & Comp II (3 Cr) ITAL 202 Composition and Conversation (4 Cr) ITL 391 Masterpieces of Italian Lit. I (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 321 Italian Lit. & Civ. through Renaissanc (3) ITL 392 Masterpieces of Italian Lit. II (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) ITAL 322 Italian Lit. & Civ. Post-Renaissance (3 Cr) ITL 395 Dante’s Divine Comedy (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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JAPANESE

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) JAPN 1000 Basic Spoken Japanese I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) JAPN 1100 Basic Spoken Japanese II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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LABOR STUDIES

URI CCRI RIC HIS Elective (3 Cr) LBRS 201 US Labor History ((3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LBRS 202 Labor Law (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LBRS 203 Structure and Function of Unions (3 Cr) LBRS 204 Image of Workers in Amer Lit (3 Cr) LBRS 301 Theories of the Labor Movement (3 Cr) LBRS 302 Collective Bargaining & Contract Adm (3) LBRS 303 Sociology of Work (3 Cr) LBRS 304 Contemp Labor Problems (3 Cr) LBRS 305 Women and Work (3 Cr) LBRS 306 Organized Labor & Union Crises (3 Cr) LBRS 307 Minority Workers & Org Labor (3 Cr) LBRS 361 Seminar on Future

of Labor Movement (3 Cr)

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LATIN

URI CCRI RIC LAT 101 Beginning Latin I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LATN 101 Elementary Latin I (3 Cr) LAT 102 Beginning Latin II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LATN 102 Elementary Latin II (3 Cr) LAT 301 Directed Readings in Latin I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAT 302 Directed Readings in Latin II ((3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) LAT 310 Latin Across the Curriculum (3 Cr) LAT 407 Directed Study (1-6 Cr) LAT 408 Directed Study (1-6 Cr)

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MATHEMATICS

• Courses below the 1000 level at CCRI or the 100 level at RIC and URI are not assigned college-level credit.

• URI MTH 099 will satisfy RIC’s college mathematics (competency) requirement.

• It is recommended that an entire calculus sequence be completed at the same institution.

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in mathematics should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

• Beginning fall 1998, students transferring to RIC must have a 480 or better on quantitative SAT; pass a course equivalent to MATH 010 or 177 or higher (MATH 0500 + 0600, 1670, 1680, 1700 + 1710, 1800, 1900, 1910, 1920 or 2910); or pass the RIC mathematics placement exam.

URI CCRI RIC MATH 0500 Arithmetic (3 Cr)+

MATH 0600 Elementary Algebra (3 Cr) MATH 010 Basic Mathematics (3 Cr)

+ Elective Credit (3) MTH 010 Basic Algebra and Trigonometry (3 Cr) MATH 0600 Elementary Algebra (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1200 College Algebra (3 Cr) MATH 120 Intermediate Algebra (3 Cr) MTH 099 Algebra & Trigonometry (3 Cr)+ Free Elective (3 Cr)

MATH 1200 College Algebra (3 Cr) + MATH 1210 College Trigonometry (3 Cr)

MATH 120 Intermediate Algebra (3 Cr) + MATH 210 College Trigonometry (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1210 College Trigonometry (3 Cr) MATH 210 College Trigonometry (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1420 Intro. to College Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MTH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students (3 Cr) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (3 Cr) [GE-M] Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1450 Development of Number Systems (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MTH 108 Topics in Mathematics (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Computers & Math (3) General Ed: SM Category (3 Cr) [GE-SM] MTH 108 Topics in Mathematics (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Discrete Math (3 Cr) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (3 Cr) [GE-M] MTH 107 Intro. to Finite Mathematics (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics: Probability (3 Cr) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (3 Cr) [GE-M] Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1472 History of Mathematics (3 Cr) General Ed: Math Systems (3 Cr) [GE-M] STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Sciences (3 Cr) MATH 240 Statistical Methods I (3 Cr) [GE-M] CSC 200 Intro. To Programming for Engineers (3 Cr) MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (3 Cr) CSCI 302 C++ Programming (3 Cr) STA 308 Introductory Statistics (3 Cr) or BAC 201 Managerial Statistics I (3 Cr) MATH 1550 Statistical Analysis I (3 Cr) MATH 240 Statistical Methods I (3 Cr) or

MATH 248 Business Statistics (3 Cr) BAC 202 Managerial Statistics II (4 Cr) MATH 1560 Statistics Analysis II (3 Cr) MGT 249 Business Statistics II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1600 Business Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1620 Mathematics of Finance (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I (3 Cr) MATH 177 Quant. Business Analysis I (3 Cr) [GE-M] BAC 120 Business Analysis with Applications (3 Cr) MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II (3 Cr) MATH 238 Quantitative Bus Analysis II (3 Cr) Free Elective (6 Cr) MATH 1700 Algebra for Technology (3 Cr)+

MATH 1710 Trigonometry for Technology (3 Cr) MATH 181 Applied Basic Mathematics (3 Cr) [GE-M]

MTH 111 Pre-Calculus (3 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (3 Cr) MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (3 Cr) MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus (4 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1910 Calculus I (4 Cr) MATH 212 Calculus I (4 Cr) [GE-M] MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus (4 Cr) [GE-M] MATH 1920 Calculus II (4 Cr) MATH 213 Calculus II (4 Cr) MTH 243 Calculus (3 Cr) MATH 2910 Calculus III (3 Cr) MATH 314 Calculus III (3 Cr) MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Math I (3 Cr) + Free

Elective (1) MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering Math (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

MTH 109 Politics and Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) MTH 110 Math Found for Business Analysis (3 Cr) MTH 131 Basic Calculus I (3 Cr) [GE-M] Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 247 Calculus: A Short Course (3 Cr) [GE-M] MTH 132 Applied Calculus II (3 Cr) [GE-M] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MTH 215 Introduction to Linear Algebra (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 315 Linear Algebra (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC MTH 244 Differential Equations (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 416 Ordinary Differential Equations (3 Cr) MTH 307 Introduction to Rigor in Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 300 Bridge to Advanced Mathematics (3 Cr) MTH 316 Algebra (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 432 Introduction to Abstract Algebra (3 Cr) MTH 322 Concepts of Geometry (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 324 College Geometry (3 Cr) MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Math I (3 Cr) or MTH 363 Advanced Engineering

Mathematics II (3 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) Courses assessed on individual basis by Mathematics Department

MTH 381 History of Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 458 History of Mathematics (3 Cr) MTH 382 Number Theory 3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 431 Number Theory (3 Cr) MTH 435 Introduction to Mathematics Analysis (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 512 Foundations of Higher Analysis (3 Cr) MTH 437 Advanced Calculus and Application 3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 411 Advanced Calculus (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 143 Math Elem School Teach (I 3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 143 Math for Elementary Ed Teachers I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 144 Math Elem School Teach II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 144 Math for Elementary Ed Teacher II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 181 Applied Basic Math (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MATH 519 Set Theory (3 Cr) MATH 100-Level Credit (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) MATH 200 Finite Math for Comp Science (4 Cr)

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MUSIC

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in music should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC MUS 111 Basic Musicianship (3 Cr) [GE-A] MUSC 1010 Foundations in Music (3 Cr) [GE] MUS 203 Elementary Music Theory (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (2 Cr) MUSC 1015 Essentials of Rhythm (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) MUS 173 Voice Class * (1-2 Cr) MUSC 1030 Voice Class (3 Cr) MUS 107 Voice Class (2 Cr) MUS 177 Woodwind Class * (1-2 Cr) MUSC 1040 Woodwind Class I (3 Cr)+

MUSC 1045 Woodwind Class II (3 Cr) MUS 111 Woodwind Class (2 Cr)

MUS 221 Music History I * (1-3 Cr) MUSC 1050 Music Before 1750 (3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) MUS 221 Music History I *1-3 Cr)+ * MUS 222 Music History II * (1-3 Cr)

MUSC 1050 Music Before 1750 (3 Cr)+ MUSC 1060 Music After 1750 (3 Cr)

MUS 207 Introduction to Music Literature (3 Cr)

MUS 222 Music History II * ( X Cr) MUSC 1060 Music After 1750 (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MUS 322 Music History III * (1-3 Cr) MUSC 1070 Twentieth Century Music (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MUS Elective (3 Cr) MUSC 1080 Music of the United States (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) MUS Elective (3 Cr) MUSC 1090 Introduction to Opera (3 Cr) MUS 222 Opera (3 Cr) [GE-A] MUS 398 Chamber Music Ensemble (Opera ) (1)+ MUS Elective (1 Cr)

MUSC 1091 Opera Workshop I (1 Cr)+ MUSC 1092 Opera Workshop II (1 Cr)

MUS 268 Opera Workshop (1 Cr)

Free Arts Elective (3 Cr) MUSC 1100 The Creative Process in the Arts (3 Cr) PFA 158 Experiencing the Performing Arts [GE-A] MUS 106 History of Jazz (3 Cr) [GE-A] MUSC 1110 Jazz History (3 Cr) MUS 225 History of Jazz (3 Cr) [GE-A] THE 481 Topics in Theatre (3 Cr) MUSC 1120 American Musical (3 Cr) THTR 241 American Musical Theatre (3 Cr) MUS 175 String Class * (1-2 Cr) MUSC 1130 String Class I (3 Cr)+

MUSC 1135 String Class II (3 Cr) MUS 106 Class Strings (2 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) MUSC 1137 Beginning Guitar (3 Cr) MUS 102 Beginning Guitar (1 Cr) MUS 171 Piano Class I (1 Cr) MUSC 1140 Piano Class I (3 Cr) MUS 104 Class Piano I (2 Cr) MUS 172 Piano Class II (1 Cr) MUSC 1145 Piano Class II (3 Cr) MUS 105 Class Piano II MUS 101 Introduction to Music (3 Cr) [GE-A] MUSC 1160 Introduction to Music (3 Cr) MUS 201 Survey of Music (3 Cr) [GE-A] MUS 329 Music for Elementary Teachers (3 Cr) (non-majors)

MUSC 1170 Music in Human Services & Education (non-majors) (3 Cr)

MUSC 1180 Jazz Ensemble (1 Cr) MUS 165 Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 **(1 Cr) [GE-A] MUSC 1200 Chamber Ensemble (1 Cr) MUS 164 Chamber Music Ensemble **(1 Cr) [GE-A] MUS 293 University Chorus (1 Cr) MUSC 1210 Chorus (1 Cr) MUS 161 Chorus (1 credit per year) **(.5 Cr) [GE-A] MUSC 1220 Chamber Singers (1 Cr) MUS 166 Chamber Singers ** (1 Cr) [GE-A] MUS 119 Introduction to Music Profession (1 Cr) + MUS 120 Basic Theory (2 Cr)

MUSC 1700 Music Theory I (3 Cr)+ MUSC 1710 Ear Training/Sight Singing I (1 Cr)

MUS 230 Music Theory I (3 Cr)+ MUS 231 Sight Singing/Ear Training I (1 Cr)

MUS 121 Theory I (2 Cr)+ * MUS 122 Ear Training/Sight Singing I * (2 Cr)

MUSC 1800 Music Theory II (3 Cr)+ MUSC 1810 Ear Training/Sight Singing II (1 Cr)

MUS 232 Music Theory II (3 Cr) + MUS 233 Sight Singing/Ear Training II (1 Cr)

MUS 225 Theory II (2 Cr)+ * MUS 226 Ear Training/Sight Singing II (2 Cr) *

MUSC 2700 Music Theory III (3 Cr)+ MUSC 2710 Ear Training/Sight Singing III (1 Cr)

MUS 234 Music Theory III (3 Cr) + MUS 235 Sight Singing/Ear Training III (1 Cr)

MUS 227 Theory III((2 Cr) + * MUS 228 Ear Training/Sight Singing III * (2 Cr)

MUSC 2800 Chromatic/Modern Theory IV (3 Cr) + MUSC 2810 Ear Training/Sight Singing IV (1 Cr)

MUS 236 Music Theory IV ((3 Cr) + MUS 237 Sight Singing/Ear Training IV (1 Cr)

MUSC Applied Music – Jazz (by audition) MUS 287 Applied Jazz (by audition) MUS 110-210 Applied Music (by audition) (1-3 Cr) MUSC Applied Music (by audition) MUS 270-289 Applied Music (by audition) (2 Cr) EDU 250 Supervisory Preprofessional Field Exper

(1) (Prepracticum placement in music class.)

HMNS 1210 Field Exper. & Seminar I: Child Develop (3 Cr)

(Prepracticum placement in music class.)

Free Elective (3 Cr)

MUS 169 Percussion Instruments Class (1-2 Cr) Free Elective (1-2 Cr) MUS 112 Percussion Class (1 Cr) MUS 394 Symphonic Wind Ensemble (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) MUS 162 Wind Ensemble (1 credit per year) ** [GE-A] MUS 397 University Symphony Orchestra (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) MUS 163 Orchestra (1 credit per year) ** [GE-A]

URI CCRI RIC

* Variable credit awarded by examination or audition. See department chair at URI for credit evaluation.

** Must be repeated for a minimum of 3 credits to receive general education credit.

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NURSING

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in nursing should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) HEAL 1000 Introduction to a Health Career (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HEAL 1010 Children’s Health Issues (3 Cr) HEAL 1020 Personal Health Choices (3 Cr) HEAL 1040 Pharmacology for Patient Care I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) HEAL 1060 Dosage Calculations for Medication

Administration (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

HEAL 1070 Physical Assessment for Nurses (4 Cr) HEAL 1080 Nursing Documentation (3 Cr) HEAL 1090 Adv Dosage Calc for Med Adm (3 Cr) HEAL 1100 Learning Strategies for First Year

Nursing Students (2 Cr)

NURS 1010 Nursing I (10 Cr) NURS 1020 Nursing II (11 Cr)

NUR 1XX (32 Credits)

NURS 1010 Nursing I (10 Cr) + NURS 1020 Nursing II (11 Cr) + ADNIU 2040 Nursig IV (10 Cr) + ADNU 2050 Nursing V (10 Cr)

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OCEANOGRAPHY

URI CCRI RIC

OCG 123 Oceans, Atmos., & Glob Chng (4 Cr) [GE-N] OCEN 1010 Introduction to Oceanography (3 Cr)+ OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab (1 Cr) PSCI 217 Intro to Oceanography (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

Free Elective (3 Cr) OCEN 1020 Applied Oceanography (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr)

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PHILOSOPHY

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in philosophy should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC PHIL 305 Intermediate Logic (3 Cr) PHIL 321 Social and Political Philosophy (3 Cr)c PHIL 322 Philosophy of Law (3 Cr) PHIL 325 Environmental Ethics (3 Cr) PHIL 330 Metaphysics (3 Cr) RLS 111 Comparative Religion (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy (3 Cr) PHIL 200 Introduction to Philosophy (3 Cr) PHL 328 The Philosophy of Religion (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 2020 Philosophy of Religion (3 Cr) PHIL 241 Philosophy of Religion (3 Cr) PHL 212 Ethics (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 2030 Ethics (3 Cr) PHIL 206 Ethics (3 Cr) PHL 101 Critical Thinking (3 Cr) [GE-C] PHIL 2040 Logic (3 Cr) PHIL 205 Introduction to Logic (3 Cr) [GE-SM] PHIL 2070 Honors Crse in American Thought (3 Cr) PHIL 300 American Philosophy (4 Cr) PHL 325 American Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 2070 Honors: American Thought (3 Cr) PHIL 300 American Philosophy (4 Cr) PHL 204 Theories of Human Nature (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 2080 Honors: Philosophy & Human Nature (3) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 401, 402 Special Problems in Philosophy (3 Cr) PHIL 2090 Honors Course in Selected Topics (3 Cr) PHIL 393 Independent Study (1-4 Cr) PHL 205 Philosophical Topics (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 210 Women and Moral Rights (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 265 Sex & Gender (4 Cr) [GE-C4] PHL 215 Science and Inquiry (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 217 Social Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 321 Social and Political Philosophy (3 Cr) PHL 235 Mod Thought:Philos&Lit (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 314 Ethical Probs in

Society & Med. (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr)

PHL 316 Engineering Ethics (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Electiveb (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 318 Power/Jstce-Contemp Crit Philos (3 Cr)

[GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr)

PHL 321 Ancient Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PHIL 351 Plato, Aristotle and Greek Philosophy (4 Cr) PHL 322 Medieval Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 355 Augustine, Aquinas & Medieval Thought (4) PHL 323 Modern Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 or 4Cr) PHIL 356 Descartes, Hume, Kant

& Modern Philos(4 Cr) PHL 324 Recent European Philosophy (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 331 East Asian Thought (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 341 Introduction to Metaphysics (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 330 Metaphysics (3 Cr) PHL 342 Knowledge, Belief, and Truth (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 311 Knowledge and Truth (3 Cr) PHL 346 Existential Probs in Human Lfe (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 358 Existentialism & Contemp. Phil (4 Cr) PHL 355 Philosophy of Art (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 230 Aesthetics (3 Cr) [GE-A] PHL 401-402 Special Problems (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 363-364 Seminar in Philosophy (3-4 Cr) PHL 430 Philosophy of Law (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 322 Philosophy of Law (3 Cr) PHL 451 Symbolic Logic (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 305 Intermediate Logic (3 Cr) PHL 452 Philosophy of Science (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PHIL 320 Philosophy of Science (4 Cr) PHL 453 Philosophy of the Social Sciences (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHL 454 Philosophy of Natural Environment (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 325 Environmental Ethics (3 Cr) PHL 490 Senior Seminar in Philosophy (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 363-364 Seminar in Philosophy (3-4 Cr) PHL 499 Senior Thesis (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) RLS 125 Biblical Thought (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) RLS 126 Develop. of Christian Thought (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) RLS 131 Oriental Phil and Religion (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 201 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy (3 Cr) RLS 151 The Jewish Experience (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC PHL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 306 Contemporary Ethical Theory (3 Cr) PHL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 333 Philosophy of Mind (3 Cr) PHL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) [GE-L] PHIL 353 Epicurus, Plotinus & Hellenistic Phil (3 Cr) PHL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL Elective (3 Cr) PHIL 359 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy (3 Cr0 PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 165 Heritage of Asian Philosophy (4 Cr) [GE-C3] PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 167 Native American Philosophy (4 Cr) [GE-C3] PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 261 Ethical Issues in Health Care (4 Cr) [GE-C4] PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 263 God(s) (4 Cr) [GE-C4] PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 264 Great Ethical Traditions (4 Cr) [GE-C4] PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 265 Sex & Gender in Cross-Cult Pers (4 Cr) PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 320 Philosophy of Science (4 Cr) PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 358 Existentialism & Contemporary Phil (4 Cr) PHL Elective(4 Cr) PHIL Elective (4 Cr) PHIL 262 Freedom (4 Cr) [GE-C4]

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION

URI CCRI RIC KIN 105B Badminton (1 Cr) or KIN 105M Tennis (1 Cr)

PHED 1110 Intro to Tennis and Badminton (1 Cr) PED 102 Badminton (.5 Cr) + Elective Credit (.5) or PED 133 (1 Cr)

KIN 106 Team Sports and Group Activities (1 Cr) PHED 1210 Team Sports (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) KIN 105H Gymnastics (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) KIN 130 Beginning Swimming (1 Cr) PHED 1400 Swimming I (Primary Skills) (1 Cr) PED 109 Beginner Swimming (1 Cr) KIN 230 Intermediate Swimming (1 Cr) PHED 1410 Swimming II (Stroke Development) (1) Free Elective (1 Cr) PHED 1420 Swimming III (Fitness Swim) (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) KIN 278 Physical Activity, Cultural Diversity (3

Cr) Free Elective (3)

KIN 340 Water Safety Instructor (2 Cr) PHED 1430 Water Safety Insturctor (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) KIN 330 Lifesaving (1 Cr) + Elective Credit (1) PHED 1440 Lifeguard Training (2 Cr) PED 119 Lifesaving (1 Cr) PHED 1450 Lifeguard Training Review (1 Cr) PHED 1460 Intro to Aquatic Sports (1 Cr) KIN 275 Introduction to Exercise Science (3 Cr) PHED 1610 Essentials of Physical Fitness (3 Cr) PED 205 Conditioning for Personal Fitness (2 Cr) PHED 1620 Adv Physical Fitness & Wellness (3 Cr) KIN 105W Weight Training and Conditioning (1 Cr) PHED 1630 Weight Training & Sports Condition (2) PED 129 Weight Training (1 Cr) KIN 120 Weight Training & Physical Condition (1) PHED 1640 Weight Training II (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) PHED 1650 Weight Training III (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) PHED 1660 Weight Train & Sports Cond (1 Cr) PHED 1670 Athletic Perform Enhancement (3 Cr) KIN 243 Prevention/Care Athletic Injuries (3 Cr) PHED 1700 Prevention/Care Athletic Injuries (3 Cr) PED 201 Prevention/Care Athletic Injuries (3 Cr) KIN 263 Principals of Athletic Coaching (3 Cr) PHED 1720 Real Coaching (3 Cr) PED 308 Science of Coaching (3 Cr) PHED 1730 Sports & Recreations Operations (3 Cr) KIN 369 Tests and Measurements (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PED 410 Evaluation & Measure in Phy Ed (3 Cr) KIN 370 Kinesiology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PED 411 Kinesiology (3 Cr) KIN 410 Adapted Physical Education (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PED 409 Adapted Physical Education (3 Cr) KIN 335 Physiology of Exercise (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) PED 420 Physiological Aspects of Exercise (3 Cr) KIN 280 Intro. to Recreation and Leisure (3 Cr) PED 151 Intro to Rec in Modern Society (3 Cr) KIN 106A Folk and Square Dance (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr)

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PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

Transfer agreements are currently under consideration; for more information contact the physical therapy advisor at your institution.

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PHYSICS

• Students completing both an introductory physics course and an introductory chemistry course at CCRI or URI (e.g., CCRI’s PHY 1000 and CHEM 1000) may receive credit for PS 103 Physical Science at RIC.

URI CCRI RIC PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 Cr) + Elective

Credit (1) [GE-N] PHYS 1000 Physical Science (4 Cr) General Ed LS Category (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

PHY 111 General Physics I (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 185 General Physics I Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 1030 General Physics I(4 Cr) PHYS 101 General Physics(4 Cr) [GE-LS]

PHY 112 General Physics II (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 186 General Physics II Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 1040 General Physics II (4 Cr) PHYS 102 General Physics (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

PHY 111 General Physics I (3 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 1050 Physics for Technology I (4 Cr) PHYS 101 General Physics (4) [GE-LS] PHY 112 General Physics II (3 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 1060 Physics for Technology II (4 Cr) PHYS 102 General Physics (4) [GE-LS] PHYS 1080 Fund of Optical Communicatins (4 Cr) PHY 111 General Physics I (3 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PHY 203 Elementary Physics I (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics (4 Cr) + ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics (3 Cr)

PHYS 200 Mechanics (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 1120 Modern Technical Physics I (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics(3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 1130 Technical Physics (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr)

PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 1140 Newtonian Physics (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (3 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 1220 Modern Technical Physics II (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PHY 205 Elementary Physics III (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 275 Elementary Physics III Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N] PHYS 2110 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodynamics

(3)+ PHYS 2111 Accoustics Lab (1) PHYS 202 Thermodynamics, Waves & Optics (4 Cr)

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 2310 Intermediate Physics I (4 Cr) PHYS 200 Mechanics (4 Cr) [GE-LS]

PHY 204 Elementary Physics II (3 Cr)+ [GE-N] PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab (1 Cr) [GE-N]

PHYS 2320 Intermediate Physics II (4 Cr) PHYS 201 Electricity and Magnetism (4 Cr)

PHY 306 Introduction to Modern Physics (3 Cr) PHYS 2820 Modern Physics I (3 Cr) PHY Elective (3 Cr) PHYS 2830 Modern Physics II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PHY 140 Ideas of Physics (3 Cr) [GE-N] Free Elective (3 Cr) General Ed SM Category (3 Cr) [GE-SM] PHY 322 Mechanics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PHYS 403 Intermediate Mechanics (3 Cr) PHY 331 Electricity and Magnetism (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PHYS 401 Electricity and Magnetism (3 Cr) PHY 451 Intro. To Quantum Mechanics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PHYS 407 Quantum Mechanics (3 Cr)

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

• Students transferring Law Department credits from CCRI to RIC Political Science Department may only transfer a combined maximum of fifteen (15) hours of criminal justice and legal studies and political science courses to the thirty-one (31) hour political science major at RIC. Not more than eight (8) hours of criminal justice and legal studies courses will be acceptable at the 300 upper-division course level. Further, POL 200 does not count toward the major in political science at RIC.

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in political science should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC

PSC 472 Civil Liberties (3 Cr) LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law (3 Cr)+ LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Consitution (3 Cr) POL 332 Civil Liberties in the United States (4 C)

Free Elective (3 Cr) POLS 1000 Intro to Government and Politics (3 Cr) POL 200 Introduction to Political Sci (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSC 113 American Politics (3 Cr) [GE-S] POLS 1010 American National Government (3 Cr) POL 202 American Government (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSC 240 Major Political Ideology (3 Cr) [GE-L] POLS 1110 Modern Political Ideologies (3 Cr) POL 204 Intro to Political Thought (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSC 116 International Politics (3 Cr) [GE-S] POLS 1210 International Relations (3 Cr) POL 203 Global Politics (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSC 221 State and Local Government (3 Cr) [GE-S] POLS 2030 State and Local Government (3 Cr) POL 306 State and Local Government (3 Cr) PSC 365 Political Parties and Practical Politics (3 Cr) POLS 2040 America’s Political Parties (3 Cr) POL 353 Parties, Interest Groups & Media (3 Cr) PSC 109 Politics and Mathematics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) PSC 288 The American Legal System (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 208 Introduction to Law (3 Cr) PSC 304 Introduction to Public Administration (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 301 Foundations of Public Administration (3 Cr) PSC 368 Public Opinion (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 307 Political Behavior (3 Cr) PSC 369 Legislative Process and Pub Politics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 358 The American Congress (3 Cr) PSC 375/376 Field Exper. in Practical Politics (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 328 Field Experience in Public Sector (4 Cr) PSC 375/376 Field Exper. in Practical Politics (3 Cr) POL 327 Internship in State Government (4 Cr) PSC 375/376 Field Exper. in Practical Politics (3 Cr) POL 328 Field Experience in Public Sector (4 Cr) PSC 434 American Foreign Policy (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 446 Foreign Policy (3 Cr) PSC 441 Women and Politics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 309 Women and Politics (3 Cr) PSC 443 20th Century Political Theory (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSC 483 Political Pro: Policy Form. & Exec. (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 452 Leadership and Bureaucratic Politics (3 Cr) PSC 498 Public Admin. & Policy Formulation (3 Cr) POL 456 Policy Analysis (3 Cr) PSC 100-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 200 Introduction to Political Science (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 300 Methodology in Political Science (3 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 303 International Law and Organization (3 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) POL 304 Research Methods II (4 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) POL 330 Admin Law & Regulatory Politics (4 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 341 Politics of Developing Nations (3 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 342 Politics of Global Economic Changes (3 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POL 359 Political & Government Communicat (3 Cr) POL 371 Reading in Political Science (3 Cr( POL 381 Workshop in Public Service (1-4 Cr) POL 390 Independent Res in PolticalScience (4 Cr) POL 444 British Politics & Cultural Studies (3 Cr) POL 445 European Political Geography (3 Cr) POL 455 Policy Formation Process (4 Cr) PSC 300-level Elective (4 Cr) POL 460 Senior Seminar in Political Science (4 Cr)

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PORTUGUESE • Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies, see the department chairperson.

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) PORT 1000 Basic Spoken Portuguese I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 r) POR 101 Beginning Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 1010 Elementary Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I (4 Cr) POR 102 Beginning Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 1020 Elementary Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II (4 Cr) POR 101 Beginning Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 1030 Elementary Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I (4 Cr) POR 102 Beginning Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 1040 Elementary Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PORT 1100 Basic Spoken Portuguese II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POR Elective (3 Cr) PORT 1510 Conversational Portuguese I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POR Elective (3 Cr) PORT 1520 Conversational Portuguese II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PORT 1710 Portuguese for Medical Personnel (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) POR 103 Intermediate Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 2010 Intermediate Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT 113 Intermediate Portuguese (3) [GE-SB] POR 104 Intermediate Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 2020 Intermediate Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT 114 Readings in Interm Portuguese (3 Cr) POR 205 Advanced Portuguese I (3 Cr) PORT Elective (3 Cr) PORT 201 Conversation and Composition (4 Cr) POR 206 Advanced Portuguese II (3 Cr) PORT Elective (3 Cr) PORT 202 Composition and Conversation (4 Cr)

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PRIOR LEARNING The Community College of Rhode Island, the University of Rhode Island and Rhode Island College agree to accept as transfer credits those credits awarded by either institution through the assessment of a student’s military experience or through the assessment of other prior learning experiences as documented in a student’s portfolio. Contact the admissions office to arrange for an evaluation of credits.

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) and Advanced Placement (AP) Students can take tests through the College-Level Examination Program if they believe they have learned the equivalent knowledge to a college-level course through prior study, professional experience, or independent study. The tests are divided into the general examinations and subject examinations. Students earning at least the score listed on the CLEP or AP chart, will be granted credit at the institution where they are matriculated. Credit earned through the CLEP exam is transferable among CCRI, RIC, and URI. Students interested in the CLEP examinations should consult their advisor, or the institution’s CLEP coordinator. More information on the CLEP exam can be obtained from the CLEP, P. O. Box 6601, Princeton, NJ 08541-6601, 609-771-7865 or at www.collegeboard.org. For more information on how CLEP tests or AP tests transfer, refer to those listings which are included alphabetically in this section.

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PSYCHOLOGY

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in psychology should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC PSYC 1030 Psy of Personal Adjustment (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSY 103 Towards Self Understanding (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 1030 Psy of Personal Adjustment (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 1050 Applied Business Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 150 Intro to Women’s Studies (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women (3 Cr) WMST 200 Women in Society (3 Cr) [GE-SB] Free Elective (2 Cr) PSYC 1110 Career Information Seminar (2 Cr) Free Elective (2 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 1970 Hum. Relat. Seminar & Appl (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSY 113 General Psychology (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 2010 General Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (3 Cr) [GE-SB]PSY 335 The Psychology of Social Behavior (3 Cr) PSYC 2020 Social Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC 215 Social Psychology (3 Cr) [GE-SB] PSY 232 Developmental Psychology (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC 230 Human Development (4 Cr) PSY Elective (4 Cr) PSYC 2040 Psychol of Adult Develop. & Aging (3) PSYC 339 Psychology of Aging (4 Cr) PSY 361 Learning (3 Cr) PSYC 2050 Behavior Modification (3 Cr) PSYC 342 Behavior Modification (4 Cr) EDC 312 The Psychology of Learning (3 Cr) PSYC 2070 Educational Psychology (3 Cr) CEP 215 Educational Psychology (4 Cr) Free Elect (3 Cr) or Major Credit for HDF

Majors PSYC 2080 Psychol of Death,

Dying & Bereave (3 Cr) NURS 312 Death and Dying or PSYCH Elect (3 Cr)

HDF 310 Adolescent Growth& Development (3 Cr) PSYC 2090 Adolescent Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC 332 Adolescent Psychology (4 Cr) PSY 235 Theories of Personality (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 2100 Theories of Personalities (3 Cr) PSYC 251 Personality (4 Cr) PSY 254 Behav Probs & Personality Dis (3 Cr) [GE-S] PSYC 2110 Abnormal Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC 354 Abnormal Psychology (4 Cr) PSY 255 Health Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 2120 Foundations of Psy Res (3 Cr) PSYC 221 Found of Psycholog Research (3 Cr) PSY 261 The Alcohol Troubled Person (3 Cr) HMNS 1040 Drugs and Human Behavior (4 Cr) PSYC 217 Drug Use & Pers. Decision Making (3) PSY 305 Field Experience in Psychology (3 Cr) HMNS 2340 Field Experience & Seminar II: Social

Work/Mental Health (3 Cr) PSYC 390 Directed Research (3 Cr)

PSY 384 Cognitive Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 349 Cognitive Psychology (4 Cr) PSY 399 Intro to Multicultural Psychology (3 Cr) PSYC Elective (3 Cr) PSYCH Elective (3 Cr) PSY Elective (4 Cr) PSYC Elective (4 Cr) PSYC 359 Health Psychology (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 508 Behavior in Groups/Social Organizations (3

Cr) PSY 300 Quantitative Methods in Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PSYC 320 Intro to Psychological Methods (4 Cr) PSY 301 Intro. to Experimental Psychology (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PSYC 373, 374 or 375 Res Methds in Psych (4 Cr) PSY 310 History and Systems of Psy (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 or 4Cr) PSYC 353 History and Sys of Psychology (4 Cr) PSY 381 Physiological Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PSYC 345 Physiological Psychology (4 Cr) PSY 385 Perception (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PSYC 341 Perception (4 Cr) PSY 388 Psychology of Languages (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYCH Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PSYC 344 Psychology of Learn and Memory (4 Cr) PSY 434 Psychological Testing (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 o 4 Cr) PSYC 346 Psychological Testing (4 Cr) PSY 436 Psychotropic Drug and Therapy (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 510 Drugs and Behavior (3 Cr) PSY 442 The Exceptional Individual (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 535 The Deviant Child (3 Cr) PSY 471 Applied Behavior Analysis (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CEP 551 Behavior Modifn in Social Settings (3 Cr) PSY 473 Practicum in Behavior Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) CEP 431 Practicum in Behavior Modification (3

Cr) PSY 479 Contemp. Problems for Modern Psy (3-12) Free Elective (3-12 Cr) PSYC 392 Problems in Psyc Research (4 Cr) PSY 480 The Female Experience (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) PSYC 356 Psychology of Women (4 Cr) PSY 489 Problems in Psychology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) PSYC 391 Directed Research (3 Cr) PSY 499 Psychology Practicum (1-6 Cr) Free Elective (1-6 Cr) PSYC 390 Directed Research (3 Cr) PSY 300-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) PSYC 331 Child Psychology (4 Cr)

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RADIOGRAPHY • Vocational/technical occupational courses shall be considered for transfer on an individual basis. The receiving institution may accept part or all of

these courses as being applicable to the satisfaction of degree requirements.

• All XRAY courses transfer as a block. ARRT certification and an associate’s degree are required for admission to bachelor’s program in radiologic technology at RIC.

URI CCRI RIC BIO 121 Human Anatomy (4 Cr) XRAY 2430 Cross Section Imaging (3 Cr) BIOL 231 Human Anatomy (4 Cr)

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RETAIL MANAGEMENT (TEXTILES, FASHION MERCHANDISING & DESIGN) • Vocational/technical occupational courses shall be considered for transfer on an individual basis. The receiving institution may accept part or all

of these courses as being applicable to the satisfaction of degree requirements. • Students intending to major in textiles, fashion merchandising and design at URI should meet the URI math requirement and complete courses

equivalent to URI CHM 103, CHM 105 (introductory chemistry and lab) and URI CHM 124, CHM 126 (introduction to organic chemistry and lab). See chemistry section for course equivalencies. Refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC TMD 461 Community Field Work I (1-6 Cr) (If in fashion retailing) BUSN 1100 Cooperative Work Experience I (4 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1110 Sales (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) BUSN 1120 Retailing (3 Cr) Free Elective MKT 331 Fundamentals of Advertising(3 Cr by exam)

(Professional elect in textiles, merch. & design.) BUSN 1130 Advertising Principles (3 Cr)

TMD 462 Community Field Work II (1-6 Cr) (If in fashion retailing) BUSN 1200 Cooperative Work Experience II (4 Cr)

Free Elective (3 Cr) (Professional elect in textiles, merch. & design.) BUSN 1240 Retail Advertising & Sales Promo (3 Cr)

TMD 224 Clothing and Human Behavior (3 Cr) [GE-S] BUSN 1270 Fashion Analysis (3 Cr) TMD 232 Fashion Retailing (3 Cr) BUSN 2310 Fashion Merchandising (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) (Professional elect in textiles, merch. & design.) BUSN 2350 Human Resources Management (3 Cr)

TMD 332 Culture, Dress and Appearance (3 Cr) BUSN 2420 Retail Buying (3 Cr)

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RUSSIAN URI CCRI RIC

Free Elective (3 Cr) RUSN 1000 Basic Spoken Russian I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) RUS 101 Elementary Russian I (3 Cr) RUS 101 Elementary Russian I (3 Cr)

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SOCIOLOGY

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in sociology should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC SOC 100 General Sociology (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 1010 General Sociology (3 Cr) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 212 Families in Society (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2020 Marriage and Family (3 Cr) SOC 202 The Family (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 214 Urban Sociology (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2030 Urban Sociology (3 Cr) SOC 204 Urban Sociology (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 240 Race and Ethnic Relations (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2040 Cultural Diversity (3 Cr) SOC 208 Minority Group Relations (3 Cr) [GE-SB] Free Elective (3 Cr) SOCS 2050 Social Problems (3 Cr) 200-level SOC Elective (3 Cr) 200-level SOC Elective (3 Cr) SOCS 2070 African American Religions (3 Cr) [GE-CG] 200-level SOC Elective (3 Cr) 200-level SOC Elective (3 Cr) SOCS 2080 Global Seminar(3 Cr) 200-level SOC Elective (3 Cr) APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology (3 Cr) ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anthro (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2300 Criminology (3 Cr) SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOCS 2310 Introduction to Corrections (3 Cr) SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice (3 Cr) [GE-SB] 300-level SOC Elective SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 303 Sociology of Work (3 Cr) SOC 204 Social Psychology (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 216 Deviant Behavior (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 238 Population Problems (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 242 Sex and Gender (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 274 Criminal Justice System (3 Cr) SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 306 Developmnt of Humn Societies (3 Cr) [GE-S] SOCS 2000-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 224 Health, Illness, & Medical Care (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 314 Sociology of Health and Illness (3 Cr) SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 343 Juveniles and Justice (3 Cr) SOC 300 Topics in Sociology (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) SOC 301 Methods of Sociology Research I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) SOC 302 Social Research Methods I (4 Cr) SOC 302 Topics in Sociological Research (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) SOC 404 Social Research Methods II (4 Cr) SOC 318 Social Movements and Social Change (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 320 Formal Organizations (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 306 Formal Organizations (3 Cr) SOC 322 The Arts and Social Order (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Electiven (3 Cr) SOC 326 Madness and Society (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 330 Police in Democratic Societies (3) Free Elective (3) SOC 331 Punishment and Corrections (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 341 Corrections: Process and Theory (3 Cr) SOC 336 Social Inequality (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 312 Class, Status and Power (3 Cr) SOC 350 Work and Family (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 370 Theories of Crime and Delinquency (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 309 Sociology of Delinquency and Crime (3 Cr) SOC 401 History of Sociological Thought (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) SOC 300 Classical Sociological Theory (4 Cr) SOC 408 Individual Life and Social Order (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 331 The Individual and Society (3 Cr) SOC 413 Gender Inequality (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 420 Family Violence (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) SOC 426 Issues in Correction (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 400-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 428 Institutional Racism (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 430 Intimate Relationships (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 432 Industrial Sociology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 437 Law and Families in the US (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 438 Aging in Society (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 444 Sociology of Religion (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 313 Sociology of Religion (3 Cr) SOC 446 Sociology of Knowledge (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 452 Class and Power (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) SOC 495 Senior Seminar (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 4 Cr) SOC 460 Senior Seminar (4 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC SOC 497 Field Experience in Sociology (3-6 Cr) Free Elective (3-6 Cr) SOC 400-level Elective (3-6 Cr) SOC 498/499 Independent Study in Sociology (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 490 Independent Study in Sociology (3 Cr) SOC 200-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 217 Sociology of Aging (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 261 Fountain of Age (4 Cr) [GE-C4] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 262 Sociology of Money (4 Cr) [GE-C4] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 263 Unequal Sisters (4 Cr) [GE-C4] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 264 Gender Inequality (4 Cr) [GE-C4] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 265 Changing the World (4Cr) [GE-C4] SOC 200-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 266 Globilization & Childhood [GE-C4] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC/ANT 304 Comparative Law & Justice SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 315 Community (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 316 Sociology of Education (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 318 Law and Society (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 320 Law and the Elderly (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 330 Deviant Behavior (3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 344 Minority Issues in Justice Sys *(3 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SOC 346 Under and Upperworld Crime/Criminals (3) SOC 366 Globalization & Childhood (4 Cr) SOC 300-level Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SOC 400 Contemporary Sociological Theories (4 Cr)

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SPANISH • Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies, see the department chairperson. • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Spanish should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1000 Basic Spoken Spanish I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I (4 Cr) SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II (4 Cr) SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 1030 Elementary Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I (4 Cr) SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 1040 Elementary Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II (4 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1100 Basic Spoken Spanish II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1210 Span for Human Svcs Personnel I (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1230 Spanish for Law Enforce Person I (3) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1510 Conversational Spanish I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1520 Conversational Spanish II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1710 Spanish for Medical Personnel I (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1720 Spanish for Medical Personnel II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPAN 1900 Culture of Span Speaking People (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I (3 Cr) SPAN 113 Intermediate Spanish (3 Cr) [GE-SB] SPA 104 Intermediate Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II (3 Cr) SPAN 114 Readings in Intermediate Spanish (3 Cr) SPA 205 Spanish Language and Style I (3 Cr) SPAN 2210 Adv. Spanish Convers. & Comp I (3 Cr) SPAN 201 Conversation and Composition (4 Cr) SPA 206 Spanish Language and Style II (3 Cr) SPAN 2220 Advcd Span Convers. & Comp II (3 Cr) SPAN 202 Conversation and Composition (4 Cr) SPA 210 Spanish for Heritage Speakers (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) SPA Elective (4 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SPAN 200 Spanish for Spanish Speakers (4 Cr) SPA 305 Early Spanish-American Lit & Cult (3) SPAN 312 Latin Amer Lit & Cult: Pre 18th Cent (3 Cr) SPA 306 Modern Spanish-American Lit & Cult (3) SPAN 313 Latin Amer Lit & Cult: Post 18th Cent (3) SPA 307 Hispanic Culture through 17th Cent (3) SPAN 310 Span Lit & Culture: Pre 18th Cent (3 Cr) SPA 308 Literature & Culture of Modern Spain (3) SPAN 311 Spani Lit & Culture: Post 18th Cent. (3 Cr) SPA 313 Intro to Spanish Linguistics (3 Cr) Free Elective (3) SPA 325 Intro to Literary Genres (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA 391 Spanish Lit. in Translation I (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA 392 Spanish Lit. in Translation II (3 Cr) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPA 393 Cntmp Span-Amer Lit in Transl (3) [GE-A] Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

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SPEECH / JOURNALISM / COMMUNICATIONS / COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS

URI CCRI RIC CMD 275 Gestural Communications (3) HMNS 1060 Introduction to Sign Language I (3

Cr) COMM 223 Introduction to Sign Language (3 Cr)

CMD 475 Gestural Communication (3 Cr) HMNS 1060 Introduction to Sign Language I (3 Cr) COMM 223 Introduction to Sign Language (3 Cr) COM 100 Communication Fundamentals (3 Cr.) SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I (3 Cr) COMM 208 Public Speaking (3 Cr) SPCH 1110 Voice and Articulation (3 Cr) COMM 219 Vocal Improvement (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) SPCH 1120 Adv Speech & Articulation In ESL (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (3) [GE-A] SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) Free Elective (4 Cr) SPCH 1200 Intro to Television Production (3 Cr) COMM 246 Television Production (4 Cr) CMD 260 Intro Speech & Language Disorders (3 Cr) COMM 305 Intro to Communication Disorders (3 Cr) CMD 261 Survey of Hearing & Deafness (3 Cr) COMM 323 Introduction to Audiology (3 Cr) CMD 372 Auditory & Speech Mechanisms (3 Cr) COMM 325 Auditory & Speech Mechanisms (3 Cr) CMD 373 Phonetics (3 Cr) COMM 319 Phonetics (3 Cr) CMD 375 Language Development (3 Cr) COMM 320 Speech & Lang Development (3 Cr) CMD 376 Hearing & Speech Science (3 Cr) COMM 321 Speech & Hearing Science (3 Cr) COM 100 Communication Fundamental (3 Cr) COM 207 Forensic Workshop (1 Cr) COM 208 Argumentation and Debate (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 359 Argumentation and Debate (3 Cr) COM 209 Great American Speaches (3 Cr) COM 210 Persuasion (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 351 Persuasion (3 Cr) COM 221 Interpersonal Comm (3 Cr) [GE-C] Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 258 Interpersonal Communications (3 Cr) COM 251 Small Group Communications (3 Cr) [GE-S] Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 356 Discussion (3 Cr) COM 302 Adv Public Speaking (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 307 Audio Comm in the Medai (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 308 Adv Argumentation & Debate (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 310 Contemporary Oral Comm (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 316 Communication Criticism (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 322 Gender and Communication (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 332 Gender and Communication (3 Cr) COM 324 Non-Verbal Communication (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 325 Communication in Interviewing (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 332 Oral Interpretation of Poetry (3 Cr) Does Not Transfer COM 361 Intercultural Communication (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 333 Intercultural Communications (3 Cr) COM 381 Research Methods in COM (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 200 Fund of Comm Research (3 Cr) COM 407 Political Communications (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 353 Political Rhetoric (3 Cr) COM 422 Communication & Conflict Resolution (3

Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 352 Conflict Resolution (3 Cr)

COM 440 Telecommunications Processes and Audience Behavior (3 Cr)

COM 441 Race, Politics, and Media (3 Cr) COM 445 Television Advertising (3) COM 446 Media Theory (3 Cr) COM 450 Organizational Communication (3 Cr) COM 461 Mang Cultural Diff in Organization (3 Cr) COM 471-472 Internship in Comm Studies (1-3 Cr) COMM 479 Internship (1-4 Cr) Free Elective (1-4 Cr) Free Elective (1-4 Cr) COMM 479 Internship (1-4 Cr) JOR 110 Introduction to Mass Media (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 240 Mass Media & Society (3 Cr)

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URI CCRI RIC JOR 115 Foundations of Amer Journalism (3 Cr) JOR 210 History of American Journalims (3 Cr) JOR 211 History of Broadcasting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 342 Hist & Develpmt of Electr Media (3 Cr) JOR 215 Free Speech & Amer Society (3Cr) JOR 220 Median Writing (3 Cr) JOR 230 Intro to Radio and Television News (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 344 Broadcast Journalism (3 Cr) JOR 310 Mass Media Law (3 Cr) JOR 311 Media Crfiticism in America (3 Cr) JOR 313 Other Voices: Alternate Media (3 Cr) JOR 320 Public Affairs: Reporting and Writing (3 Cr) JOR 321 Magazine Articles & Feature Writing (3 Cr) JOR 330 Television News (3 Cr) JOR 331 Electronic News Gathering (3 Cr) JOR 341 Editing for Publication (3 Cr) JOR 345 Journalism Internship (3 or 6 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 6 Cr) Free Elective (3 or 6 Cr) JOR 410 Mass Media Issues (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 340 Current Issues in Mass Media (3 Cr) PRS 340 (JOR 340) Public Relations (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) COMM 301 Public Relations (3 Cr)

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THEATRE

• Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in theatre should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.

URI CCRI RIC THE 383 History of Modern Theatre (3 Cr) [GE-A] ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama (3 Cr) THTR 442 History of Theatre: 1875-Present (3 Cr) THE 481 Topics in Theatre (3 Cr) MUSC 1120 The American Musical (3 Cr) THTR 241 American Musical Theatre (3 Cr) COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (3 Cr) [GE-A] SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation (3 Cr) THTR 302 Oral Interpretation (3 Cr) THE 250 Costume Laboratory (3 Cr) THEA 1080 Introduction to Costuming (3 Cr) THTR 414 Costume for the Theatre (3 Cr) THE 100 Introduction to Theatre (3 Cr) [GE-A] THEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre (3 Cr) THTR 240 Appreciation & Enjoy of Theatre (3 Cr)[GE-ATHE 161 Introduction to Stagecraft (3 Cr) THEA 1120 Stagecraft I (3 Cr) THTR 230 Stagecraft (3 Cr) THE 381 History of Theatre to 1642 (3 Cr) [GE-A] THEA 1130 Origins of Theatre (3 Cr) THTR 440 History of Theatre: Origins to 1625 (3 Cr) THE 111 Introduction to Acting (3 Cr) THEA 1140 Acting I (3 Cr) THTR 222 The Actor’s Self (3 Cr) THE 307 Creative Dramatics (3 Cr) THEA 1150 Theatre for Children (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THEA 1160 Movement and Dance for Actors (3 Cr) THTR 221 Movement for the Actor (3 Cr) THE 350 Makeup (1 Cr) + Elective Credit (2) THEA 1170 Theatrical Makeup (3 Cr) THTR 416 Makeup Stage, Film & Television (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THEA 1180 Stagecraft II (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr)

Free Elective (1 Cr) THEA 1480 Dance can be repeated up to 4 crs (1 Cr) Dance Elective (1 Cr)

THE 211 Basic Acting (3 Cr)+ THE 213 Voice and Movement (1 Cr)

THEA 2140 Acting II (3 Cr) THTR 320 Character Stdy: Psycholog Realism (3 Cr)

THE 181 Script Analysis (3 Cr) [GE-A] THEA Elective (3 Cr) THTR 105 Introduction to Theatre (3 Cr) THE 221 Stage Management (3 Cr) THEA Elective (3 Cr) THTR 417 Stage Mgmt Theatre and Dance (3 Cr) THE 227 Dance for Musical Theatre (3 Cr) THEA Elective (3 Cr) DANC 321 Dance for Musical Theatre (3 Cr) THE 261 Introduction to Theatre Design (3 Cr) THEA Elective (3 Cr) THTR 231 Sceneography (3 Cr) THE Elective (3 Cr) THEA Elective (3 Cr) THTR 110 Fund of Thetr Desgn & Product (3 Cr) THE 291 Production Workshop (1 Cr) Free Elective (1 Cr) THTR 378 Theatre Production (1 Cr) THE 321 Orientation to Play Direction (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THE 341 Theatre Management (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THTR 419 Performing Arts Management (3 Cr) THE 350 Makeup (1 Cr) THE 351 Princ & Theories Theatr Costuming (3 Cr) THE 352 Princ & Theories Theatr Costuming (3 Cr) THE 355 Costume Desing (3 Cr) THE 365 Scene Design (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THTR 412 Scene Design for Theatre (3 Cr) THE 371 Stage Lighting (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) THTR 415 Lighting for the Theatre (3 Cr) THE 382 History: Class. - 19th Century (3 Cr) [GE-A] THEA Elective (3 Cr) THTR 441 History of Theatre: 1625-1875 (3 Cr) THE 384 American Theatre History (3 Cr)

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WOMEN’S STUDIES

URI CCRI RIC HIS 145 Women in No. Amer. Colonies & the U.S.

1500-1890 [GE-L] HIST 2010 Women in North America

HIS 146 Women in the U.S. 1890-Present [GE-L] HIST 2015 Women in the U.S. WMS 150 Intro. to Women’s Studies [GE-S] PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women (3 Cr) WMST 200 Women in Society (3 Cr) [GE-SB] WMS 315 Introduction to Feminist Theories (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 200-level Elective (3 Cr) WMS 220 Women & the Natural Sciences

(3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 200-level Elective (3 Cr)

WMS 300 Field Experience in Women’s Studies (3-6 Cr) Free Elective (3-6 Cr) WMST 300 Field Experience in Women’s Studies

(3-6 Cr) WMS 301 Women’s Prof Develop & Leadership (3) WMS 310 Race, Class and Sexuality (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 300-level Elective (3 Cr) WMS 330 Feminist Methods (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 300-level Elective (3 Cr) WMS 333 Women in Irish Society (3 Cr) [GE-L] Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 300-level Elective (3 Cr) WMS 350 Spec Topics in Women’s Studies (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) WMS 351 Spec Topics in Women’s Studies (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr) WMS 400 Critical Issues & Feminist Scholars (3 Cr) Free Elective (3Cr) WMS 300-level Elective (3 Cr WMS 450 Independent Study (3 Cr) Free Elective (3 Cr) WMS 490 Adv Topics in Women’s Studies (1-3 Cr) Free Elective (1-3 Cr)