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1 EFFECTIVE FALL 2017 Ursuline Studies Core Curriculum (These courses cannot be taken elsewhere once a student attends Ursuline College) Common Courses For First Time or New Students w/credit (0-12) UC NO EQUIVALENT For All Students UC NO EQUIVALENT UC NO EQUIVALENT Distribution Core Requirements for ALL Students: EN ENG 1010 AND 1020 Science w/lab 4 Any science w/ a lab 1000-level or higher Math (Core requirement) 3 MATH 1190, 1240, 1410 or higher If MAT 212 (Statistics) is needed: Must take MATH 1410 AND 1420 Psychology or Sociology 3 PSY 1010 or SOC 1010 Note: Some majors require both courses [Take one course in each designation: American Culture (AM), Western Culture (WE) & World Culture(WO)] EN Literature 3 ENG 2310(AM),2320(AM),2350(WE) 2360(WE),2510(AM),2520(AM), 2700(WO),2720(WO),2730(WO) HI or PO 3 HIST 1010(WO),1020(WO),1510(AM), (Educ. majors must take history option) 1520(AM),1700(WO),2030(WO), 2040(AM),2051(WO),2060(WO), 2070(AM),2080(WO),2150(AM), 2160(AM), POL 1010(AM), 2030(WO),2060(WO),2070(WO) AR/AT/MU 3 ART1010(WO),1040(WO),MUS 1010(WE) 1020(AM),1030(AM),1040(AM),1050(WO) 2030(WE) Cultural Anthropology (SO 235) 3 ANTH 1010(WO) PH 3 NO EQUIVALENT (Must be 300-level or higher) RS 6 NO EQUIVALENT (3 credits must be 300-level or higher)

2 Ursuline Studies Core Curriculum PRIOR TO 2017 (These courses cannot be taken elsewhere once a student attends Ursuline College) Stage One Select one course in each area Introductory Seminar 6 All or part of this requirement may be waived. OR (Discuss with an Ursuline College counselor) Transitions SCIENCE (with lab): 4 Any science with a lab 1000-level or above MATH: MATH 125: 3 MATH 1060, 1141, 1190, 1250 or 1470 MATH MATH 1521 MATH MATH 1580 or MATH 1510 AND 1521 MATH MATH 1410 AND 1420 SOCIETY (Sociology): 3 Any sociology course 1000-level or above OR SSCI 1030 AND 1040 SELF (Psychology): 3 PSY 1010 Stage Two INTRO TO CULTURE: 6 WORLD CULTURE: 3 Any 1000 or 2000-level course in Chinese, Japanese or Russian language; ANTH 1010, 2010; HIST 1010, 1020, 1700, 2050, 2060, 2080; HUM 1020, 1030, 1750; PHIL 2010; WST 1510, 1520; GEOG 1010 WESTERN CULTURE: 3 Any 1000 or 2000-level foreign language course in French, Italian, German or Spanish; ENG 2350, 2360; PHIL 1010, 1020, 2020, 2050 AMERICAN CULTURE: 3 ENG 2310, 2320, 2510, 2520; HIST 1510, 1520,1610, 1630, 1710, 1720,2070, 2660; POL 1010; UST 1010, 2020, 2640 AESTHETIC RESPONSE: 3 ART 1010, 1020, 1030, 1040; DANC 1100; MUS 1010, 1020, 1030, 1040, 1050; THEA 1010, 1100, 2210, 2220 Stage Three CULMINATING SEMINAR 3 RELIGIOUS STUDIES 6 (300 or above) PHILOSOPHY 3 (300 or above)

3 Art: Art History AR 106 Design Foundations I 3 ART 1080 AR 107 Introduction to Drawing 3 ART 1050 AR 108 Introduction to Painting 3 Studio Art Courses evaluated by Department AR 204 History of Women Artists 3 Studio Art Courses evaluated by Department AR 225 Survey of American Art History 3 AR 241 Survey of Art History I 3 AR 242 Survey of Art History II 3 AR 243 Survey of Art History III 3 AR 244 Survey of Art History IV 3 AR 245 Survey of Art History V 3 AR 351 Reading Seminar (2) 2 AR 361 Theories, Critics and Issues 3 6 elective credits from: History, Philosophy, Religious Studies or Historic Preservation 6 (Student must have an intermediate knowledge of one language) Language 6 Total Credits 47

4 Art Therapy AT 101 Intro to Art Therapy 3 ART 1600 AND 1610 AT 206 AT Applications 3 AR 106 Design Foundations I 3 ART 1080 AR 107 Drawing I 3 ART 1050 AR 108 Painting I 3 ART 2050 AR 112 Digital Photography 3 AR 115 Intro to Ceramics 3 ART 1700 PS 101 General Psychology 3 PSY 1010 AT 367 Media and Methods 3 ART 2300 AND 2310 AR 203 Printmaking 3 ART 2210 AR 206 Design Foundations II 3 AR 251 Ancient World Art 3 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 AT 410 Imagery and Meaning 3 Any AR 3XX 3 PS 322 Research Methods 3 (prerequisite: MAT 212) PS 330 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2080 PS 350 Theories of Personality 3 AT 485 Field Placement 3 One of the following: AR 231 Painting II AR 114 Introduction to VCD AR 219 Drawing II AR 200 Metalcraft AR 235 Intermediate Ceramics 3 s Total Credits 60

5 Business Administration: Human Resource Mgmt BU 125 Introduction to Business 3 BADM 1020 BU 200 Business Communication Skills 3 BADM 2010 BU 220 Principles of Marketing 3 MARK 2010 BU 230 Organizational Behavior 3 BADM 2200 BU 310 Principles of Finance I 3 BU 330 Human Resource Mgmt 3 BADM 2330 BU 335 Compensation 3 BU 340 Business Law 3 BADM 2150 BU 350 International Business 3 BU 430 Labor Relations 3 BU 435 Current Topics in HR Mgmt 3 BU 450 Business Policy 3 EC 102 Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2610 EC 103 Microeconomics 3 ECON 2620 AC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACCT 1310 AC 211 Principles of Accounting II 3 ACCT 1340 MAT 125 Quantitative Reasoning 3 Math 1060, 1141, 1250, 1410, 1420, 1470 or 1480 MC 360 Business Appl. with Micros 3 HRM Electives 300 or above 3 Total Credits 57

6 Business Administration: General BU 125 Introduction to Business 3 BADM 1020 BU 200 Business Communication Skills 3 BADM 2010 BU 220 Principles of Marketing 3 MARK 2010 BU 230 Organizational Behavior 3 BADM 2200 or 2220 BU 310 Principles of Finance I 3 BU 330 Human Resource Mgmt 3 BADM 2330 BU 340 Business Law 3 BADM 2150 BU 350 International Business 3 BU 450 Business Policy 3 EC 102 Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2610 EC 103 Microeconomics 3 ECON 2620 AC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACCT 1310 AC 211 Principles of Accounting II 3 ACCT 1340 MAT 125 Quantitative Reasoning 3 Math 1060, 1141, 1250, 1410, 1420, 1470 or 1480 MC 360 Business Appl. with Micros 3 Business Electives 300 or above 3 Total Credits 51

7 Business Administration: Marketing BU 125 Introduction to Business 3 BADM 1020 BU 200 Business Communication Skills 3 BADM 2010 BU 220 Principles of Marketing 3 MARK 2010 BU 230 Organizational Behavior 3 BADM 2200 BU 310 Principles of Finance I 3 BU 320 Consumer Behavior 3 BU 330 Human Resource Mgmt 3 BADM 2330 BU 340 Business Law 3 BADM 2150 BU 350 International Business 3 BU 420 Marketing Research 3 BU 425 Advanced Marketing Mgmt 3 BU 450 Business Policy 3 EC 102 Macroeconomics 3 ECON 2610 EC 103 Microeconomics 3 ECON 2620 AC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACCT 1310 AC 211 Principles of Accounting II 3 ACCT 1340 MAT 125 Quantitative Reasoning 3 Math 1060, 1141, 1250, 1410, 1420, 1470 or 1480 MC 360 Business Appl. with Micros 3 Marketing Elective 300 or above 3 Total Credits 57

8 Education: Early Childhood +EDL 101 Introduction to Education 3 EDUC EDL 201 Educational Psychology 3 PSY 2030 EDL 210 Planning for Instruction 4 EDL 220 Diversity in Education 2 EDE 230 Language Development 3 ECED *EDE 240 Tchng, Lrng, Orgnzng 3 ECED *EDE 250 Expressive Arts 3 ECED 1310 AND 1330 EDE 260 Systemic Phonics 3 *EDE 270 Home, School & Community Relations 3 ECED 2400 EDE 301 Elementary School Reading 3 EDM 308 Reading in Content Area 3 EDE 330 Developmental Assessment 3 EDR 345 Reading Asmt. & Intervention 3 +*EDE 350 Special Education 3 ECED *EDE 355 Child Guidance 2 ECED *EDE 380 Curriculum and Materials 8 ECED 1320 EDE 390 Health Issues 3 HLTH 1400 EDE 410 Administering the Early Childhood Program 3 ECED 1400 ^EDE 450 Student Teaching 12 ECED 2870 AND 2990 PS 219 Child Development 3 PSY 2010 MC 215 Microcomputers for Educators 3 Art or Music: opposite Aesthetic Response 3 Any Art or Music 1010 or higher Total Credits 79 + additional field hours will be required * additional independent study work required in K 3 studies ^ additional 9 cr. (12 weeks) student teaching in K and primary required ~ additional course required: EDE 379

9 Education: Middle Childhood +EDL 101 Introduction to Education 3 EDUC EDL 201 Educational Psychology 3 PSY 2030 EDL 210 Planning for Instruction 4 EDL 220 Diversity in Education 2 EDM 215 Adolescent Dev/Ed. 3 EDM 260 Systemic Phonics 3 EDM 301 Reading Methods in the Middle School 3 EDM 308 Reading in the Content Area 3 MC 215 Microcomputers for Educators 3 EDE 301 Elementary School Reading 3 Select the two methods courses that are required for your areas of concentration. EDM 350 Middle School Lang. Arts Methods 2 EDM 352 Middle School Soc. Studies Methods 2 EDM 354 Middle School Mathematics Methods 2 EDM 356 Middle School Science Methods 2 EDM 450 Student Teaching 12 Total Credits 43 + additional field hours will be required

10 Education: Middle Childhood Licensure Language Arts Concentration US 101 Introductory Seminar 3 See Ursuline Studies core curriculum US 102 Introductory Seminar 3 See Ursuline Studies core curriculum US 350 Introduction to Culture 3 US 351 Introduction to Culture 3 US 401 Culminating Seminar 3 EN: American Literature 3 ENG 2310, 2320, 2510 OR 2520 EN: World Literature 3 EN 108 Introduction to Theatre OR 3 EN 301 American Theatre 3 THEA 1010 EN 205 Speech Communication 3 SPCH 1010 EN 227 The Adolescent in American Lit. 3 SO 103 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 1010 PR 220 Journalism 3 JMC 2010 EN 433 History of English Language 3 Mathematics Concentration MAT 125 Quantitative Reasoning 3 Math 1060, 1141, 1250, 1410, 1420, 1470 or 1480 MAT 131 College Algebra 3 MATH 1360, 1521, 1200 MAT 204 Teaching Middle School Math 3 MAT 221 Calculus 4 MATH 1610 or 161H MAT 212 Statistics 3 MATH 1410 OR 1420 MAT 310 Number Theory 3 MAT 311 Abstract Algebra 3 MAT 312 Higher Geometrics 3 MAT 420 History of Mathematics 3

11 Education: Middle Childhood Licensure (Cont.) Science Concentration SC 101 Principles of Science w/lab 4 BI 205 Principles of Cell Biology w/lab 4 BIO 1500 BI 211 Human Environment w/lab 4 BIO 2150 CH 103 General Chemistry w/lab 4 CHEM 1300 PY 201 General Physics w/lab 4 PHYS 1210 SC 140 Integrated Earth Science w/lab 4 Social Studies Concentration US 101 Introductory Seminar 3 See Ursuline Studies core curriculum US 102 Introductory Seminar 3 See Ursuline Studies core curriculum US 350 & 351 Introduction to Culture 6 s US 401 Culminating Seminar 3 HI 204 World Civilization 3 HIST 1010 AND 1020 HI 205 Western Civilization 3 HI 214 Soc. & Cultrl. History of America 3 HIST 1510, 151H, 1520 OR 152H HI 344 Cleveland: Past/Present/Future 3 GO 305 World Geography 3 GEOG 1010 SO 103 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 1010 PO 106 Intro. American Government 3 POL 1010 RS 342 History of Christianity 3 Music (select one of the following): MU 235 American Music OR 3 MU 233 Women and Music OR 3 MU 251 Music Hi:Antiquity to 1750 OR 3 MU 252 Music History: 1750 to the Pres. 3 MUS 1010 OR 1050 Economics EC 102 Macroeconomics OR 3 ECON 2610 EC 103 Microeconomics 3 ECON 2620 Religious Studies RS 325 Fund. Principles of Morality OR 3 RS 360 Topics in Church and Society 3 History HI 320 Women of the Renaissance OR 3 HI 324 History of Medieval Europe 3 World History HI 207 Chinese Civilization OR 3 HI 208 Survey or Middle Eastern History 3

12 Education: Adolescent to Young Adult Licensure Integrated Language Arts Professional Education +EDL 101 Introduction to Education 3 EDUC EDL 201 Educational Psychology 3 PSY 2030 EDL 210 Planning for Instruction 4 EDL 220 Diversity in Education 2 EDA 304 Integrated Lang. Arts Methods 3 EDA 310 Reading and Literacy AYA 3 EDA 440 Student Teaching 12 Language Arts LL 185 Library & Information Literacy 2 PR 220 Journalism 3 JMC 2010 EN 227 Adolescent in American Literature 3 EN 303 Creative Writing 3 EN 329 American Literature I 3 EN 330 American Literature II 3 EN 331 British Literature I 3 EN 332 British Literature II 3 EN 340 Advanced Expository Writing 3 EN 433 History of the English Language 3 EN 437 Shakespeare 3 EN 461/462 Independent Study 3 Choose 1 of the following: EN 328 World Mythology 3 EN 344 Asian Literature 3 EN 347 Major Authors of Africa 3 EN 348 Latin Amer. Women s Authors 3 Support Course Work EN 109 Fundamentals of Acting 3 THEA 1500 EN 205 Speech Communication 3 SPCH 1010 MC 215 Microcomputers for Educators 3 MC 360 Desktop Publishing 3 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 ED 475 Academic Internship (Publishing) 3 + additional field hours will be required

13 Education: Adolescent to Young Adult Licensure Integrated Mathematics Professional Education +EDL 101 Introduction to Education 3 EDUC EDL 201 Educational Psychology 3 PSY 2030 EDL 210 Planning for Instruction 4 EDL 220 Diversity in Education 2 EDA 301 Integ. Mathematics Methods 3 EDA 310 Reading and Literacy AYA 3 EDA 440 Student Teaching 12 Mathematics MAT 125 Quantitative Reasoning 3 MATH 1060, 1141, 1250, 1410, 1420, 1470, or 1480 MAT 221 Calculus I 4 MATH 1610 or 161H MAT 222 Calculus II 4 MATH 1620 or 162H MAT 223 Caluculus III 3 MAT 2310 or 231H MAT 204 Teaching Middle School Math 3 MAT 212 Statistics 3 MATH 1410 OR 1420 MAT 310 Number Theory 3 MAT 311 Abstract Algebra 3 MAT 313 Linear Algebra 3 MATH 2410 MAT 312 Higher Geometrics 3 MAT 420 History of Mathematics 3 MIS 260 Programming in BASIC 3 IT 1050 AND ITMP 2620 Support Course Work EN 109 Fundamentals of Acting 3 THEA 1500 EN 205 Speech Communication 3 SPCH 1010 MC 215 Microcomputers for Educators 3 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 PY 201 Physics & Lab (Level I Science 3 PHYS 1210 OR additional field hours will be required

14 Education: Special Education Licensure Intervention Specialist: Mild/Moderate Licensure Professional Education +EDL 101 Introduction to Education 3 EDUC EDL 201 Educational Psychology 3 PSY 2030 EDL 210 Planning for Instruction 4 EDL 220 Diversity in Education 2 EDE 230 Language Development 3 ECED 1300 EDE 260 Systemic Phonics 3 EDE 301 Elementary Reading 3 EDM 308 Reading in the Content Area 3 EDR 345 Reading Asmt. & Intervention 3 EDE 379 Curriculum Block: K-3 3 EDS 201 Foundations of Special Educ. 3 EDS 202 Working with Mild/Moderate 3 EDS 301 Assessment of Students 3 EDS 302 Behavior Management 3 EDS 303 Curriculum & Instruction 6 EDS 304 Collaborative & Consultative 3 EDS 440 Student Teaching 12 Support Courses MC 215 Microcomputers for Educators 3 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 Two Electives 6 +additional field hours will be required *additional independent study work required in K-3 studies

15 English Literature Track Foundation Courses EN 132 Life, Language, Literature 3 Choose 1: EN 108 Introduction to the Theater 3 JMC 1310, THEA 1010, 2210 or 2220 EN 135 Introduction to Film Choose 1: EN 303 Creative Writing 3 EN 340 Advanced Expository Writing Choose 1: EN 329 American Literature I 3 EN 330 American Literature II Choose 1: EN 331 British Literature I 3 EN 332 British Literature II EN 333 Twentieth-Century British Literature EN 433 Introduction to the History 3 Of the English Language EN 463 Senior Research Seminar 3 Literature Track EN 437 Shakespeare 3 Choose 1: EN 328 World Mythology 3 EN 344 Asian LiteratureI EN 347 Major Authors of Africa EN 348 Latin American Women s Literature 2 EN courses at the 200, 300 or 400 level 6 ENGL 2010, 2020, 2151, 2310, 2320, 2350, 2360, 2410, 2420, 2430, 2510, 2520, 2601, , 2720 or EN course at the level 3 Total Credits 36

16 English Media and Language Track Foundation Courses EN 132 Life, Language, Literature 3 Choose 1: EN 108 Introduction to the Theater 3 JMC 1310, THEA 1010, 2210 or 2220 EN 135 Introduction to Film Choose 1: EN 303 Creative Writing 3 EN 340 Advanced Expository Writing Choose 1: EN 329 American Literature I 3 EN 330 American Literature II Choose 1: EN 331 British Literature I 3 EN 332 British Literature II EN 333 Twentieth-Century British Literature EN 433 Introduction to the History 3 Of the English Language EN 463 Senior Research Seminar 3 Media and Language Track Choose 1: EN 109 Fundamentals of Acting 3 SPCH 101H, 2010, THEA 1500 or EN 113 Acting the Scene THEA 150 EN 205 Speech Communication EN 301 American Theater EN 341 Magazine Production 3 EN 475 Academic Internship 3 AR 114 Intro to Visual Comm Design 3 VC&D 1110 Choose 1: EN 300 Professional & Tech Writing 3 JMC 2010 (4 credits) PR 220 Journalism Total Credits 36

17 Fashion Design FH 101 Apparel Construction 3 FH 105 Textiles 3 FH 200 Computer Aided Design 3 FH 206 Intermediate Apparel 3 Beyond Design: The Synergy FH 220 of Product Development 3 FH 251 Costume and Fashion 3 FH 260 Fashion Illustration 3 FH 300 Color and Presentation Boards 3 FH 315 Advanced Apparel 3 FH 316 Figure/Flats/Portfolio 3 FH 419 Draping 3 FH 420 Flat Pattern 3 FH 429 Senior Fashion Studio 3 FH 475 Academic Internship 3 Total Credits 42

18 Fashion Merchandising FH 101 Apparel Construction 3 FH 105 Textiles 3 FH 200 Computer Aided Design 3 FH 206 Intermediate Apparel 3 Beyond Design: The Synergy FH 220 of Product Development 3 PR 222 Intro to Advertising 3 FH 251 Costume and Fashion 3 FH 315 Advanced Apparel 3 FH 316 Figure/Flats/Portfolio 3 FH 332 Fashion Merchandising & Buying 3 FH 338 Fashion Show Production 3 FH 400 Visual Merchandising & Display 3 FH 452 Fashion Field Experience 3 FH 475 Academic Internship 3 Total Credits 42

19 Historic Preservation HIP 125 Intro. To Historic Preservation 3 INT 120 Architectural Drawing 3 ARCH 1410 INT 160 CADD 3 ARCH 1420 INT 325 Architectural History 3 INT 335 American Architecture 3 INT 345 Furniture History 3 INTD 2320 INT 270 Codes and Requirements 3 INTD 2430 OR ARCH 1430 HIP 425 Historic Interiors 3 HI 204 World Civilization 3 HIST 1010 or 1020 HI 214 Social and Cultural History of the US 3 HIST 1510, 151H, 1520, or 152H HI 344 or US 401 Cleveland History 3 HIP 450 Issues in Historic Preservation 3 HIP 475 Internship (1 st ) 3 HIP 475 Internship (2 nd ) 3 ARCH 2110, 2210, or 2220 Transfer credits for electives will be evaluated separately by HIP faculty Total Credits 42

20 History US 350 Introduction to Culture I 3 US 351 Introduction to Culture II 3 HI 205 Western Culture 3 HI 214 Social and Cultural History Of the US 3 HIST 1510, 151H, 1520 or 152H HI World Culture 3 HIST 1010 or 1020 HIST 1610, 1630, 1700, 1710, 1720, 1800,1820, Fifteen credits of History electives 2050, 2060, 2070, 2080, 2090, 2660, 2800 or 2820 Half of the major must be completed at Ursuline College Total Credits 30

21 Management Information Systems MIS 220 Hardware & System Software 3 IT 1040 AND EET 1001 MIS 240 Introduction to Networking 3 ITNT 2300 MIS 260 Intro to Prog with Visual Basic 3 IT 1050 AND ITMP 2620 MIS 280 Computer User Support 3 MIS 320 Web Development 3 ITWM 1010 MIS 340 Systems Analysis & Design 3 IT 2700 MIS 360 Database Management 3 IT 2300 MIS 380 Adv. Prog. With Visual Basic 3 ITMP 2630 MIS 420 Information Systems Mgmnt. 3 MIS 460 Project Management 3 BADM 2851 E-Business ONLY; otherwise MIS 475 Academic Internship 3 AC 210 Principles of Accounting I 3 ACCT 1310 AC 211 Principles of Accounting II 3 ACCT 1340 BU 125 Introduction to Business 3 BADM 1020 BU 220 Principles of Marketing 3 MARK 2010 BU 230 Organizational Behavior 3 BADM 2200 or 2220 BU 310 Principles of Finance 3 BU 450 Business Policy 3 EC 102 Macroeconomics 3 ECON 1610 EC 103 Microeconomics 3 ECON 1620 BU 375 Business Statistics 3

22 Mathematics MAT 221 Calculus I 4 MATH 1610 or 161H MAT 222 Calculus II 4 MATH 1620 or 162H MAT 420 History of Mathematics 3 21 Credit Hours Selected From the Following: MAT 212 Statistics 3 MATH 1410 AND 1420 MAT 223 Calculus III 4 MATH 2310 or 231H MAT 310 Number Theory 3 MAT 311 Abstract Algebra 3 MAT 312 Higher Geometries 3 MAT 313 Linear Algebra 3 MATH 2410 MAT 324 Differential Equations 3 MATH 2520 MAT 412 Advanced Statistics 3 MIS 260 Intro to Prog with Visual Basic 3 IT 1050 AND ITMP 2620 PY 201 General Physics I 3 PHYS 1210 PY 202 General Physics II 3 PHYS 1220 Total Credits 32

23 7/5/07 Nursing BI 214/214L Anatomy & Physiology I 3/1 BIO 2331 BI 215/215L Anatomy & Physiology II 3/1 BIO 2341 BI 232/232L Microbiology 3/1 BIO 2500 *CH 103/103L General Chemistry I 3/1 CHEM 1010 CH 104/104L General Chemistry II 3/1 CHEM 1020 CH 108/108L Intro General Org/Biochem 3/1 CHEM 1010 and CHEM 1020 NU 104 Basic Nutrition 3 DIET 1200 NR 216 Core Concepts of Prof. Nursing 3 NR 217 Clinical Concepts & Skills 3 NR 218 Health Assessment/Adult 3 NR 219 Core Concepts: Individual 5 NR 220 Pharmacology in Nursing 3 NR 317 Evolv. Concepts:Dev. Family 5 NR 318 Evolv. Cncpts.:Psy/Mntl.Hlth/Nsg5 NR 319 Evolv. Cncpts.:Acutley Ill Adult 4 NR 320 Evolv. Cncpts.:Chronic Problem 5 NR 440 Nursing Research 3 NR 417 Adv. Cncpts.:Critically Ill Client 3 NR 418 Adv. Cncpts.:Nursing Ldrship 2 NR 419 Adv. Cncpts.:Chldrn & Families 4 NR 420 Adv. Concepts: Children 5 NR 425 Practicum in Leadership 5 *PS 101 General Psychology 3 PSY 1010 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 *SO 103 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 1010 *MAT 125 OR higher 3 SEE URSULINE STUDIES CORE FOR STAGE ONE MATHS. *PH 260 Bioethics 3 Total Credits 96 *These courses are required for Nursing and fulfill the Ursuline Studies Program core requirements for Science, Self, Society, Math and Western Culture respectively.

24 Nursing: RN/BSN BI 214/214L Anatomy & Physiology I 3/1 BIO 2331 BI 215/215L Anatomy & Physiology II 3/1 BIO 2341 BI 232/232L Microbiology 3/1 BIO 2500 *CH 103/103L General Chemistry I 3/1 CHEM 1010 CH 104/104L General Chemistry II 3/1 CHEM 1020 NU 104 Basic Nutrition 3 DIET 1200 **NR 217 Clinical Concepts & Skills 3 NR 218 Health Assessment/Adult 3 **NR 219 Core Concepts: Individual 5 **NR 220 Pharmacology in Nursing 3 NR 226 Prof Nurs:A Cncptual Approach 3 **NR 317 Evolv. Concepts:Dev. Family 5 **NR 318 Evolv. Cncpts.:Mntl.Hlth Nsg 5 **NR 319 Evolv. Cncpts.:Acutley Ill Adul 4 **NR 320 Evolv. Cncpts.:Chronic Problm 5 NR 417 Adv. Cncpts.:Critically Ill Client 3 NR 418 Adv. Cncpts.:Nursing Ldrship 2 **NR 419 Adv. Cncpts.:Chldrn & Fam. 4 **NR 420 Adv. Concepts: Children 5 NR 426 Practicum in Leadrshp RN/BSN 2 NR 440 Nursing Research 3 NR elective 3 *PS 101 General Psychology 3 PSY 1010 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 *SO 103 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 1010 *MAT 125 or higher 3 SEE URSULINE STUDIES CORE FOR STAGE ONE MATHS. *PH 260 Bioethics 3 Total Credits 96 *These courses are required for nursing and fulfill the Ursuline Studies Program core requirements for Science, Self, Society, Math and Western Culture respectively. **RN/BSN students may receive up to 39 escrow bypass credits for previous learning in nursing. Length of program may vary depending upon academic and experiential background, and student needs.

25 Psychology Common Psychology Core Requirements: 18 Hours PS 101 General Psychology 3 PSY 1010 MAT 212 Statistics 3 MATH 1410 and 1420 PS 322 Research Methods I 3 PS 330 Abnormal Psychology 3 PSY 2080 PS 350 Theories of Personality 3 See Department PS 490 Capstone 3 Applied Track PS 335 Psychological Testing 3 PS 370 Cognitive Therapy 3 PS 415 Counseling Theories 3 Graduate School Track PS 324 Research Methods II 5 PS 380/L Human Memory & Cog. w/lab 4 PS 430 Physiological Psychology 3 Psychology Electives PS 219 Child Development 3 PSY 2010 PS 230 Lifespan Development 3 PSY 2020 PS 315 Changing Role of Women 3 PS 355 Sensation & Perception 3 PS 422 Social Psychology 3 PSY 2040 Total Credits 39

26 Public Relations & Marketing Communications PR 111 Intro to Public Relations 3 MARK 2260 PR 220 Journalism 3 JMC 1011 PR 222 Intro to Advertising 3 MARK 2270 PR 320 Writing for Public Relations 3 PR 412 Media Analysis & Client Issues 3 PR 415 Creating the Campaign 3 PR 475 Internship 3 BU 125 Intro to Business 3 BADM 1020 BU 220 Principles of Marketing 3 MARK 2010 AR 114 Intro to Visual Communication 3 VC&D 1100 AR 311 HTML & Web Design 3 ITWM 1010 MC 250 Visual Communication Design I 3 ITAP 2270 Prerequisite for MC 250: MC 103, 105 & IT 1010 PH 355 Business Ethics 3 PHIL 2060 (PHIL 2060 cannot be used to meet the Stage III requirement; student will need to take an upper-level Philosophy course at Ursuline for that purpose) Total Credits 42

27 Religious Studies RS 205 Intro. to the Study of Religion 3 REL 1010 RS 231 Religion in American Culture 3 RS 312 Hebrew Scriptures 3 RS 314 Christian Scriptures 3 RS 324 Contemporary Christian Thought 3 RS 325 Fund. Principles of Morality 3 RS 342 History of Christianity 3 REL 2010 Choose one course from each of these areas: (3 courses total) RS 275 [ ] Topics in World Religion 3 PHIL 2010; REL 2020, 2030, 2040 or 2050 RS 360 [ ] OR RS 460 [ ] Topics in Church and Society 3 RS 366 [ ] OR Topics in Spiritual & RS 466 [ ] Pastoral Theology 3 In addition, 3 credits of electives RS Elective 3 See Department Total Credits 33

28 Religious Studies (Catholic Studies Track) RS 205 Intro. to the Study of Religion 3 REL 1010 RS 255 History of Catholicism in Amer. 3 RS 311 Jesus: Divine and Human 3 RS 312 Hebrew Scriptures 3 RS 314 Christian Scriptures 3 RS 323 Faith of Catholics 3 RS 325 Fund. Principles of Morality 3 RS 331 Sacramental Encounter w/ Christ 3 RS 333 Nature & Mission of the Church 3 RS 342 History of Christianity 3 REL 2010 In addition, 3 credits of electives RS Elective 3 See Department Total Credits 33

29 Social Work SW 101 Intro. to Social Work 3 PS 101 General Psychology 3 PSY 1010 SO 103 Principles of Sociology 3 SOC 1010 BI 130/L Human Bio: Birth - Aging 4 BIO 1050/105L SW 216 Social Welfare as a Social Institution 3 SOC 2051 SW 240 Human Behavior & the Social Environment 3 SW 318 Policies, Programs and Issues 3 SW 360A-E or SW 488 Special Topics 3 SOC 2070 One of the following: PH 350 Ethical Values OR PH 260 Bioethics OR SW Seminar on Ethics 3 SW 302 Generalist Practice I 3 SW 401 Generalist Practice II 3 SW 402 Generalist Practice III 3 MAT 212 Statistics 3 MATH 1410 and 1420 SW 388 Theory 3 SW 434 Research Methods 3 SW 411 Field Placement I 6 SW 412 Field Placement II 6 Total Credits 58

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