COURSE TRANSFER AGREEMENTS
 

Community College of Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island
Rhode Island College
 
 
 

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Students transferring in the following technical programs from CCRI to RIC: 
1. Electronics 

2. Process Control Technology 

3. Computer-Aided Machine Design 

4. Manufacturing Technology 

5. Engineering

6. Mechanical Engineering Technology

7. Electronic Engineering Technology 

8. Networking Technology

9. Telecommunications Technology

Will be awarded: 

i. 18-24 credits in technical concentration areas in the RIC Industrial Technology B.S. Program, and

ii. up to 42 credits in general education, cognates, and free electives, depending on student program design.
 
 

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.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    ITAL 0110 Italian for Business and Travel ITL Elective  
    ITAL 1000 Basic Spoken Italian I Free Elective Free Elective
    ITAL 1010 Elementary Italian I ITL 101 Elementary Italian I  ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I
    ITAL 1020 Elementary Italian II ITL 102 Elementary Italian II  ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II
    ITAL 1030 Elementary Italian I ITL 101 Elementary Italian I  ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I
    ITAL 1040 Elementary Italian II ITL 102 Elementary Italian II  ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II
    ITAL 1100 Basic Spoken Italian II Free Elective Free Elective
    ITAL 1510 Conversational Italian I ITL Elective Free Elective
    ITAL 1520 Conversational Italian II ITL Elective Free Elective
    ITAL 1900 The Italian Heritage ITL Elective Free Elective
    ITAL 2010 Intermediate Italian I ITL 103 Intermediate Italian I  ITAL 113 Intermediate Italian (GE-SB)
    ITAL 2020 Intermediate Italian II ITL 104 Intermediate Italian II  ITAL 114 Readings in Intermediate Italian
    ITAL Elective ITL 205 Conversation and Composition ITAL 201 Conversation and Composition
    ITAL Elective ITL 206 Conversation and Composition ITAL 202 Composition and Conversation
    Free Elective ITL 391 Masterpieces of Italian Literature I (GE-A) Free Elective
    Free Elective ITL 392 Masterpieces of Italian Literature II (GE-A) Free Elective
    Free Elective ITL 393 Contemporary Italian Fiction Free Elective
    Free Elective ITL 395 Danteís Divine Comedy (GE-A) Free Elective

    JAPANESE
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    JAPN 1000 Basic Spoken Japanese I Free Elective Free Elective
    JAPN 1100 Basic Spoken Japanese II Free Elective Free Elective

    LABOR STUDIES
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    LABR 1010 Survey of Labor Relations Free Elective LBRS 203 Structure and Function of Unions
    LABR 1020 US Labor History HIS Elective LBRS 201 US Labor History
    LABR 2040 Comparative Labor Studies Free Elective Free Elective
    LABR 2050 Labor Legislation Free Elective LBRS 202 Labor Law

    LATIN
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    Free Elective LAT 101 Beginning Latin I  LATN 101 Elementary Latin I
    Free Elective LAT 102 Beginning Latin II  LATN 102 Elementary Latin II
    Free Elective LAT 301 Directed Readings in Latin I  LATN 113 Intermediate Latin I (GE-SB)
    Free Elective LAT 302 Directed Readings in Latin II  LATN 114 Readings in Intermediate Latin

    LAW / PARALEGAL STUDIES

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Law/Political Science should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    LAWS 1010 Criminal Law PSC Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice PSC 288 American Legal System (GE-S) Free Elective
    LAWS 1020 Administration of Justice +

    LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law +

    LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Constitution

    Free Elective POL 331 Courts and Public Policy +

    POL 332 Civil Liberties in the U.S.

    LAWS 1030 Criminalistics I Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 1040 Criminalistics II Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2000 Constitutional Law PSC Elective POL 331 Courts and Public Policy
    LAWS 2010 The Law of Evidence Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2030 Criminal Law and the Constitution PSC Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2040 Law and Societry Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts Free Elective (BSL 333 by exam) Free Elective
    LAWS 2060 Law of Property, Estates and Trusts Free Elective (BSL 442 by exam) Free Elective
    LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization Free Elective (BSL 334 by exam) Free Elective
    LAWS 2080 Commercial Paper & Secd Transactns Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2090 Legal Research and Writing I Free Elective Free Elective

    MATHEMATICS

  • Courses below the 1000 level at CCRI or the 100 level at RIC and URI are not assigned college-level credit.
  • URI MATH 099 will satisfy RICís 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 1670, 1680, 1700 + 1710, 1800, 1900, 1910, 1920 or 2910); or pass the RIC mathematics placement exam.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    MATH 0600 Elementary Algebra MATH 010 Basic Algebra and Trigonometry MATH 020 Introductory Algebra
    MATH 1200 College Algebra Free Elective MATH 120 Intermediate Algebra
    MATH 1200 College Algebra +

    MATH 1210 College Trigonometry

    MATH 099 Algebra & Trigonometry+ 3 free elect creds MATH 120 Intermediate Algebra +

    MATH 210 College Trigonometry

    MATH 1210 College Trigonometry Free Elective MATH 210 College Trigonometry
    MATH 1420 Introduction to College Mathematics Free Elective Free Elective
    MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) Math 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (GE-M)
    MATH 1450 Development of Number System Free Elective Free Elective
    MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics: Probability MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Mathematics (GE-M) General Ed: Math Systems (GE-M)
    MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Discrete Mathematics MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) MATH 139 Contemporary Topics in Math (GE-M)
    MATH 1470 Topics in Math: Computers and Math MATH 108 Topics in Mathematics (GE-M) General Ed: SM Category (GE-SM)
    MATH 1472 History of Mathematics Free Elective General Ed: Math Systems (GE-M)
    MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Sciences STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society (GE-M) MATH 240 Statistical Methods I (GE-M)
    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (C++) CS 200 Introduction to Programming for Engineers CSCI 201 Computer Programming I
    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (FORTRAN) Free Elective CSCI 204 FORTRAN Programming
    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (Pascal) CSC 201 Introduction to Computing (GE) Free Elective
    MATH 1550 Statistical Analysis I STA 308 Introductory Statistics or

    BAC 201 Managerial Statistics I

    MATH 248 Business Statistics I
    MATH 1560 Statistical Analysis II BAC 202 Managerial Statistics II MGT 249 Business Statistics II
    MATH 1600 Business Mathematics Free Elective Free Elective
    MATH 1620 Mathematics of Finance Free Elective Free Elective
    MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I Free Elective MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I (GE-M)
    MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II BAC 120 Business Analysis with Applications MATH 238 Quantitative Business Analysis II
    MATH 1700 Algebra for Technology +

    MATH 1710 Trigonometry for Technology

    Free Elective MATH 181 Applied Basic Mathematics (GE-M)
    MATH 1800 Technical Mathematics I Free Elective MATH 181 Applied Basic Mathematics (GE-M)
    MATH 1810 Technical Mathematics II MATH 100-level Credit (GE-M) Free Elective
    MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Mathematics MATH 111 Pre-Calculus (GE-M) MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Mathematics
    MATH 1910 Calculus I MATH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M) MATH 212 Calculus I (GE-M)
    MATH 1920 Calculus II MATH 142 Intermediate Calculus (GE-M) MATH 213 Calculus II
    MATH 2910 Calculus III MATH 243 Calculus MATH 314 Calculus III
    MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering Mathematics MATH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I Free Elective
    Free Elective MATH 131 Basic Calculus I (GE-M) MATH 247 Calculus: A Short Course (GE-M)
    Free Elective MATH 132 Applied Calculus II (GE-M) Free Elective
    Free Elective MATH 215 Introduction to Linear Algebra MATH 315 Linear Algebra
    Free Elective MATH 244 Differential Equations MATH 416 Ordinary Differential Equations
    Free Elective MATH 307 Introduction to Rigor in Mathematics MATH 300 Bridge to Advanced Mathematics
    Free Elective MATH 316 Algebra MATH 432 Introduction to Abstract Algebra
    Free Elective MATH 322 Concepts of Geometry MATH 324 College Geometry
    Free Elective MATH 435 Intro to Mathematics Analysis I (335) MATH 512 Foundations of Higher Analysis
    Free Elective MATH 437 Advanced Calculus and Application MATH 411 Advanced Calculus
    Free Elective MATH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I or

    MATH 363 Advanced Engineering Mathematics II

    Courses assessed on individual basis

    By Mathematics Department.

    Free Elective MATH 381 History of Mathematics MATH 458 History of Mathematics
    Free Elective MATH 382 Number Theory MATH 431 Number Theory
    Free Elective MATH 100-level Credit  MATH 200 Finite Math for Computer Science
    Free Elective Free Elective MATH 143 Math for Element Ed Teachers I
    Free Elective Free Elective MATH 144 Math for Element EdTeachers II
    Free Elective Free Elective MATH 519 Set Theory

    MUSIC

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Music should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    MUSC 1010 Foundations in Music (GE) MUS 111 Basic Musicianship (GE-A) MUS 203 Elementary Music Theory (GE-A)
    MUSC 1015 Essentials of Rhythm Free Elective Free Elective
    MUSC 1030 Voice Class MUS 173 Voice Class * MUS 107 Voice Class
    MUSC 1040 Woodwind Class I +

    MUSC 1045 Woodwind Class II

    MUS 177 Woodwind Class * MUS 111 Woodwind Class
    MUSC 1050 Music Before 1750 MUS 221 Music History I * Free Elective
    MUSC 1050 Music Before 1750 +

    MUSC 1060 Music After 1750

    MUS 221 Music History I + *

    MUS 222 Music History II *

    MUS 207 Introduction to Music Literature
    MUSC 1060 Music After 1750 MUS 222 Music History II * Free Elective
    MUSC 1070 Twentieth Century Music MUS 322 Music History III * Free Elective
    MUSC 1080 Music of the United States MUS Elective Free Elective
    MUSC 1090 Introduction to Opera MUS Elective MUS 222 Opera (GE-A)
    MUSC 1091 Opera Workshop I +

    MUSC 1092 Opera Workshop II

    MUS 399O Chamber Music Ensemble (Opera Wksp) +

    MUS Elective

    MUS 268 Opera Workshop
    * Variable credit awarded by examination or audition. See Department Chair at URI for credit evaluation.
    MUSC 1100 The Creative Process in the Arts Fine Arts Elective Free Elective
    MUSC 1110 Jazz History MUS 106 History of Jazz (GE-A) MUS 225 History of Jazz (GE-A)
    MUSC 1120 American Musical THE 481 Topics: Hist of American Musical Theatre THTR 241 American Musical Theatre
    MUSC 1130 String Class I +

    MUSC 1135 String Class II

    MUS 175 String Class * MUS 106 Class Strings
    MUSC 1137 Beginning Guitar Free Elective MUS 102 Beginning Guitar
    MUSC 1140 Piano Class I MUS 171 Piano Class I MUS 104 Class Piano I
    MUSC 1145 Piano Class II MUS 172 Piano Class II  
    MUSC 1150 Brass Class I +

    MUSC 1155 Brass Class II

    MUS 179 Brass Class * MUS 110 Brass Class
    MUSC 1160 Introduction to Music MUS 101 Introduction to Music (GE-A) MUS 201 Survey of Music (GE-A)
    MUSC 1170 Music in Human Svcs & Ed (non-majors) MUS 329 Mus for Elem Teachrs (EDC 329) (non-majors) MUS 341 Methods & Materials in Music Education
    MUSC 1180 Jazz Ensemble MUS 296 Jazz and Studio Ensemble MUS 165 Jazz Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4 ** (GE-A)
    MUSC 1200 Chamber Ensemble MUS 399 Chamber Music Ensembles MUS 164 Chamber Music Ensemble ** (GE-A) 
    MUSC 1210 Chorus MUS 293 University Chorus  MUS 161 Chorus (1 credit per year) ** (GE-A)
    MUSC 1220 Chamber Singers MUS 295 Concert Chorus MUS 166 Chamber Singers ** (GE-A)
    MUSC 1700 Music Theory I +

    MUSC 1710 Ear Training/Sight Singing I

    MUS 119 Introduction to Music Profession+

    MUS 120 Basic Theory

    MUS 230 Music Theory I +

    MUS 231 Sight Singing/Ear Training I

    MUSC 1800 Music Theory II +

    MUSC 1810 Ear Training/Sight Singing II

    MUS 121 Theory I + *

    MUS 122 Ear Training/Sight Singing I *

    MUS 232 Music Theory II +

    MUS 233 Sight Singing/Ear Training II

    MUSC 2040 Jazz-Rock Arranging MUS or Free Elective MUS or Free Elective
    MUSC 2070 Jazz Harmony I+
    MUSC 2080 Jazz Harmony II
    MUS 238 Jazz Theory I+
    MUS 239 Jazz Theory II
    MUSC 2070 Jazz Harmony I MUS or Free Elective MUS or Free Elective
    MUSC 2080 Jazz Harmony II MUS or Free Elective MUS or Free Elective
    MUSC 2090 Jazz Improvisation I+
    MUSC 2100 Jazz Improvisation II
    MUS 168 Jazz Improvisation
    MUSC 2090 Jazz Improvisation I MUS or Free Elective MUS or Free Elective
    MUSC 2100 Jazz Improvisation II MUS or Free Elective MUS or Free Elective
    MUSC 2110 MIDI Sequencing and Notation Free Elective Free Elective
    MUSC 2700 Music Theory III +

    MUSC 2710 Ear Training/Sight Singing III

    MUS 225 Theory II + *

    MUS 226 Ear Training/Sight Singing II *

    MUS 234 Music Theory III +

    MUS 235 Sight Singing/Ear Training III

    MUSC 2720 Music Composition MUS 110-210V Applied Music/Comp (by portfolio) Free Elective
    MUSC 2800 Chromatic/Modern Theory IV +

    MUSC 2810 Ear Training/Sight Singing IV

    MUS 227 Theory III + *

    MUS 228 Ear Training/Sight Singing III *

    MUS 236 Music Theory IV +

    MUS 237 Sight Singing/Ear Training IV

    MUSC Applied Music MUS 110-210 Applied Music (by audition) MUS 270-288 Applied Music (by audition)
    MUSC Applied Music - Jazz MUS 290 Applied Jazz
    Free Elective MUS 169 Percussion Instruments Class MUS 112 Percussion Class
    Free Elective MUS 394 Symphonic Wind Ensemble MUS 162 Wind Ensemble (1 credit per year) (GE-A)
    Free Elective MUS 397 University Symphony Orchestra MUS 163 Orchestra (1 credit per year) (GE-A)
    HMNS 1210 Field Exper. & Seminar I: Child Develop

    (Prepracticum placement in music class.)

    EDU 250 Supervisory Preprofessional Field Exper.

    (Prepracticum placement in music class.)

    Free Elective
      * 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.

    NURSING

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Nursing should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    HEAL 1000 Introduction to a Health Career Free Elective Free Elective
    HEAL 1040 Pharmacology for Patient Care I +
    HEAL 1050 Pharmacology for Patient Care II
    BMS 225 Pharmacology and Therapeutics I +
    Free Elective
     

    OCEANOGRAPHY
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    OCEN 1010 Introduction to Oceanography +

    OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab

    OCG 123 Oceans, Atmosphere, & Global Chng (GE-N) PSCI 217 Intro to Oceanography (GE-LS)
    OCEN 1020 Applied Oceanography Free Elective Free Elective
    OCEN 1030 Oceanography Lab Free Elective Free Elective

    PHILOSOPHY

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Philosophy should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 200 Introduction to Philosophy
    PHIL 2020 Philosophy of Religion PHL 328 The Philosophy of Religion (GE-L) PHIL 241 Philosophy of Religion
    PHIL 2030 Ethics PHL 212 Ethics (GE-L) PHIL 206 Ethics
    PHIL 2040 Logic PHL 101 Logic: Principles of Reasoning (GE-C) PHIL 205 Introduction to Logic (GE-SM)
    PHIL 2070 Honors: American Thought PHL 325 American Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 300 American Philosophy
    PHIL 2080 Honors: Philosophy and Human Nature PHL 204 Theories of Human Nature (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL 2090 Honors Course in Selected Topics PHL 401, 402 Special Problems in Philosophy PHIL 393 Independent Study
    PHIL Elective PHL Elective PHIL 301 Business Ethics
    PHIL Elective PHL 205 Philosophical Topics PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 210 Women and Moral Rights (GE) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 215 Science and Inquiry (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 217 Social Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 321 Social and Political Philosophy
    PHIL Elective PHL 235 Mod Thought: Philos. & Lit. (CLS 235) (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 314 Ethical Probs in Society & Medicine (GE-L) PHIL 312 Philosph Issues in Medicne & Health Care
    PHIL Elective PHL 316 Engineering Ethics (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 318 Power/Justice-Contemp Crit Philos (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 321 Ancient Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 351 Plato, Aristotle and Greek Thought
    PHIL Elective PHL 322 Medieval Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 355 Aquinas Bonaventure & Medieval Thought
    PHIL Elective PHL 323 Modern Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 356 17th and 18th Century Philosophers
    PHIL Elective PHL 324 Recent European Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 331 East Asian Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 341 Introduction to Metaphysics PHIL 330 Metaphysics
    PHIL Elective PHL 342 Knowledge, Belief, and Truth PHIL 311 Knowledge and Truth
    PHIL Elective PHL 346 Existential Problems in Human Life (GE-L) PHIL 358 Existentialism & Contemporary Philosophy
    PHIL Elective PHL 355 Philosophy of Art (GE-L) PHIL 230 Aesthetics (GE-A)
    PHIL Elective PHL 401-402 Special Problems PHIL 363-364 Seminar in Philosophy
    PHIL Elective PHL 414 Advanced Studies in Ethics PHIL 306 Contemporary Ethical Theory
    PHIL Elective PHL 430 Philosophy of Law PHIL 322 Philosophy of Law
    PHIL Elective PHL 440 Philosophy of Language PHIL 359 Contemporary Analytic Philosophy
    PHIL Elective PHL 451 Symbolic Logic PHIL 305 Intermediate Logic
    PHIL Elective PHL 452 Philosophy of Science PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 453 Philosophy of the Social Sciences PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL 454 Philosophy of the Natural Environment PHIL 325 Environmental Ethics
    PHIL Elective PHL 490 Senior Seminar in Philosophy PHIL 363-364 Seminar in Philosophy
    PHIL Elective PHL 499 Senior Thesis PHIL Elective
    PHIL Elective PHL Elective PHIL 320 Philosophy of Science
    PHIL Elective PHL Elective PHIL 333 Philosophy of Mind
    PHIL Elective PHL Elective PHIL 353 Hellenistic Philosophy
    Free Elective RLS 111 Comparative Religion (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    Free Elective RLS 125 Biblical Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    Free Elective RLS 126 Development of Christian Thought (GE-L) PHIL Elective
    Free Elective RLS 131 Oriental Philosophy and Religion (GE-L) PHIL 201 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy

    PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    PHED 1110 Introduction to Tennis and Badminton PEX 105B Badminton or

    PEX 105M Tennis

    PE 102 Badminton or

    PE 133 Tennis

    PHED 1210 Team Sports PEX 106 Team Sports and Group Activities Free Elective
    PHED 1310 Gymnastics PEX 105H Gymnastics Free Elective
    PHED 1400 Swimming I (Primary Skills) PEX 130 Beginning Swimming PE 109 Beginner Swimming
    PHED 1410 Swimming II (Stroke Development) PEX 230 Intermediate Swimming
    PHED 1420 Swim III (Fitness Swim) Free Elective Free Elective
    PHED 1440 Lifeguard Training PEX 330 Lifesaving PE 119 Lifesaving
    PHED 1610 Essentials of Physical Fitness PEX 275 Physical Fitness Appraisal and Guidance PE 205 Conditioning for Personal Fitness
    PHED 1630 Weight Training & Sports Conditioning PEX 105W Weight Training and Conditioning PE 129 Weight Training
    PHED 1640 Weight Training II PEX 120 Weight Training & Physical Conditioning
    PHED 1650 Weight Training III Free Elective  Free Elective
    PHED 1700 Prevention/Care Athletic Injuries PEX 243 Prevention/Care of Athletic Injuries  PE 201 Prevention/Care of Athletic Injuries
    PHED 1720 Real Coaching PEX 263 Principals of Athletic Coaching PE 308 Science of Coaching
    PHED 2050 Recreational Skills Free Elective Free Elective
    PHED 8000 Water Safety Instructor PEX 340 Water Safety Instructor Free Elective
    Free Elective V 369 Tests and Measurements PE 410 Evaluation & Measure in Physical Ed
    Free Elective V 370 Kinesiology PE 411 Kinesiology
    Free Elective V 410 Corrective & Adapted Physical Education PE 409 Adapted Physical Education
    Free Elective ZOO 343 Physiology of Exercise PE 420 Physiological Aspects of Exercise
      PEX 280 Introduction to Recreation and Leisure PED 151 Intro to Recreation in Modern Society
      PEX 106A Folk and Square Dance Free Elective

    PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT

    Transfer agreements are currently under consideration; for more information, contact the Physical Therapy Advisor at your institution.
     

    PHYSICS

  • Students completing both an introductory physics and an introductory chemistry course at CCRI or URI (e.g., CCRIís PHY 1000 and CHEM 1000) may receive credit for PS 103, Physical Science at RIC.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    PHYS 1000 Physical Science PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) General Education LS Category (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1000 Physical Science +

    CHEM 1000 Chemistry of our Environment

    PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

    CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment

    PSCI 103 Physical Science
    PHYS 1030 General Physics I PHY 111 General Physics I + (GE-N)

    PHY 185 General Physics I Lab

    PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1040 General Physics II PHY 112 General Physics II + (GE-N)

    PHY 186 General Physics II Lab

    PHYS 102 General Physics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1050 Physics for Technology I PHY 111 General Physics I (GE-N) PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1060 Physics for Technology II PHY 112 General Physics II (GE-N) PHYS 102 General Physics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics PHY 111 General Physics I (GE-N) Free Elective
    PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics +

    ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics

    PHY 203 Elementary Physics I +

    PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab

    PHYS 200 Mechanics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 1120 Modern Technical Physics I PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

    PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab

    Free Elective
    PHYS 1130 Technical Physics PHY 109 Introduction to Physics + (GE-N)

    PHY 110 Introduction to Physics Lab

    Free Elective
    PHYS 1140 Newtonian Physics PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) Free Elective
    PHYS 1150 Fiberoptics Communications Free Elective Free Elective
    PHYS 1220 Modern Technical Physics II PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N) Free Elective
    PHYS 1230 Geometrical Optics Free Elective Free Elective
    PHYS 2310 Intermediate Physics I PHY 203 Elementary Physics I + (GE-N)

    PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab

    PHYS 200 Mechanics (GE-LS)
    PHYS 2320 Intermediate Physics II PHY 204 Elementary Physics II + (GE-N)

    PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab

    PHYS 201 Electricity and Magnetism
    PHYS 2820 Modern Physics I PHY 306 Introduction to Modern Physics PHYS 400 Atomic and Nuclear Physics
    PHYS 2830 Modern Physics II PHY Elective Free Elective
    Free Elective PHY 140 Ideas of Physics (GE-N) General Education SM Category (GE-SM)
    *PHYS 2110 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodynamics +

    *PHYS 2111 Accoustics, Optics & Thermodyn. Lab 

    PHY 205 Elementary Physics III +

    PHY 275 Elementary Physics III Lab

    PHYS 202 Thermodynamics, Waves and Optics
    Free Elective PHY 322 Mechanics PHYS 403 Intermediate Mechanics
    Free Elective PHY 331 Electricity and Magnetism PHYS 401 Electricity and Magnetism
    Free Elective PHY 451 Intro to Quantum Mechanics PHYS 407 Quantum Mechanics
    Free Elective Free Elective PHYS 308 Atmospheric Physics
    *Students must obtain a B or higher for transfer to URI.    

    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 Law and Political Science courses to the thirty (30) hour Political Science major at RIC. 
  • Not more than eight (8) hours of Law courses will be acceptable at the 300 upper-division course level.
  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Political Science should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    POLS 1000 Introduction to Government and Politics Free Elective POL 200 Introduction to Political Science (GE-SB)
    POLS 1010 American National Government PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S) POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    POLS 1110 Modern Political Ideologies PSC 240 Major Political Ideology (GE-L) POL 204 Introduction to Political Thought (GE-SB)
    POLS 1210 International Relations PSC 116 International Politics (GE-S) POL 203 Global Politics (GE-SB)
    POLS 1910 Social Science Field Experience PSC 375/376 Field Experience in Practical Politics POL 327 Internship in State Government
    POLS 1920 Social Science Field Experience PSC 375/376 Field Experience in Practical Politics POL 328 Field Experience in Public Sector
    POLS 2030 State and Local Government PSC 221 State and Local Government (GE-S) POL 306 State and Local Government
    POLS 2040 Americaís Political Parties PSC 365 Political Parties and Practical Politics POL 353 Parties, Interest Groups and Media
    Free Elective PSC 288 The American Legal System (GE-S) POL 208 Introduction to Law
    Free Elective PSC 304 Introduction to Public Administration POL 301 Foundations of Public Administration
    Free Elective PSC 368 Public Opinion POL 307 Political Behavior
    Free Elective PSC 369 Legislative Process and Public Politics POL 358 The American Congress
    Free Elective PSC 375/376 Field Experience in Practical Politics POL 328 Field Experience in Public Sector
    Free Elective PSC 434 American Foreign Policy POL 446 Foreign Policy
    Free Elective PSC 441 Women and Politics POL 309 Women and Politics
    Free Elective PSC 443 20th Century Political Theory POL 310 Political Thought and Modern World
    Free Elective PSC 472 Civil Liberties POL 332 Civil Liberties in the United States
    Free Elective PSC 483 Political Process: Policy Formulation & Execution POL 452 Leadership and Bureaucratic Politics
    Free Elective PSC 498 Public Admin. & Policy Formulation POL 456 Policy Analysis
    Free Elective PSC 100-level Elective POL 200 Introduction to Political Science (GE-SB)
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 300 Methodology in Political Science
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 303 International Law and Organization
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 304 Research Methods II
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 330 Admin Law & Regulatory Politics
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 341 Politics of Developing Nations
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 342 Politics of Global Economic Changes
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 359 Political & Government Communicat
    Free Elective PSC 300-level Elective POL 460 Senior Seminar in Political Science

    PORTUGUESE

  • Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies, see the Department Chairperson.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    PORT 1000 Basic Spoken Portuguese I Free Elective Free Elective
    PORT 1010 Elementary Portuguese I POR 101 Beginning Portuguese I  PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I
    PORT 1020 Elementary Portuguese II POR 102 Beginning Portuguese II  PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II
    PORT 1030 Elementary Portuguese I POR 101 Beginning Portuguese I PORT 101 Elementary Portuguese I
    PORT 1040 Elementary Portuguese II POR 102 Beginning Portuguese II  PORT 102 Elementary Portuguese II
    PORT 1100 Basic Spoken Portuguese II Free Elective Free Elective
    PORT 1510 Conversational Portuguese I POR Elective Free Elective
    PORT 1520 Conversational Portuguese II POR Elective Free Elective
    PORT 1710 Portuguese for Medical Svc Personnel Free Elective Free Elective
    PORT 2010 Intermediate Portuguese I POR 103 Intermediate Portuguese I PORT 113 Intermediate Portuguese (GE-SB)
    PORT 2020 Intermediate Portuguese II POR 104 Intermediate Portuguese II PORT 114 Readings in Intermediate Portuguese
    PORT Elective POR 205 Advanced Portuguese I PORT 201 Conversation and Composition
    PORT Elective POR 206 Advanced Portuguese II PORT 202 Composition and Conversation

    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 studentís military experience or through the assessment of other prior learning experiences as documented in a studentís portfolio.

    College-Level Examination Program

    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 chart below, will be granted credit at the instittuion 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 institutionís 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.

    CLEP Examination Equivalencies for Transfer Purposes
    GENERAL EXAMINATIONS


    Subject CCRI URI RIC
    Score Required 420 420 420
    English Composition Composition 1 & 3

    Electives

    6 credits

    English Composition

    Elective

    3 credits

    Elective

    6 credits

    English Composition with Essay English 1010 & English 1020

    6 credits

    Writing 101 & Com Elective

    6 credits

    Writing College Requirement

    6 credits

    Humanities Art & Literature Elective

    6 credits

    Fine Arts & Literature Elective

    6 credits

    Elective

    6 credits

    Mathematics Math Electives

    6 credits

    Math 107 & Math Elective

    6 credits

    General Education Category M

    6 credits

    Natural Sciences Biology Elective (3)

    Physical Science Elective (3)

    6 credits

    Natural Science Elective

    6 credits

    General Education Category LS

    6 credits

    Social Science & History History Electives

    6 credits

    Social Science Elective

    Letters Elective

    6 credits

    General Education Category SB

    6 credits

    CLEP Examination Equivalencies for Transfer Purposes
    SUBJECT EXAMINATIONS


    Subject CCRI URI RIC
    Accounting Principles Accounting 1010, 1020

    6 credits

    Accounting 201, 202

    6 credits

    Accounting 201, 202

    6 credits

    Algebra/College Math 1200 or 1700

    3 credits

    N/A Elective

    3 credits

    Algebra/Trigonometry Math 1900

    3 credits

    Math 111

    3 credits

    Math 209

    4 credits

    American Government Political Science 1010

    3 credits

    Political Science 113

    3 credits

    Political Science 202

    3 credits

    American Literature English 1020, 2020

    6 credits

    English 241, 242

    6 credits

    Electives

    6 credits

    Analyzing & Interpreting Literature English 1200, 1220

    6 credits

    English 110 & 3-credit Elective

    6 credits

    Electives

    6 credits

    Biology General Biology 1030, 1040

    8 credits

    Biology 112, 113

    8 credits

    Biology 101, 102

    8 credits

    Business Law Introductory Business 2030

    3 credits

    Business Law 333

    3 credits

    Management 343

    3 credits

    Calculus Elementary Function Math 1910

    4 credits

    2-credit Elective

    Math 141 & 2-credit Elective, Or

    Math 131 & 3-credit Elective, Or

    BAC 120 & 3-credit Elective

    6 credits

    Math 212 & 2-credit Elective

    6 credits

    Chemistry General Chemistry 1030, 1100

    8 credits

    Chemistry 101, 102/112, 114

    8 credits

    Chemistry 103, 104

    8 credits

    Educational Psychology Introductory Psychology 2070

    3 credits

    EDC 312

    3 credits

    CEP 215

    4 credits

    English Literature English 1030, 2030

    6 credits

    English 251, 252

    6 credits

    Electives

    6 credits

    French Language Level I

    Level II

    French 1010, 1020

    6 credits

    French 2010, 2020

    6 credits

    N/A French 101, 102

    6 credits

    French 113, 114

    6 credits

    German Language Level I

    Level II

    German 1010, 1020

    6 credits

    German 2010, 2020

    6 credits

    N/A German 101, 102

    6 credits

    German 113, 114

    6 credits

    History, US I History 1210

    3 credits

    History 141

    3 credits

    History 201

    3 credits

    History, US II History 1220

    3 credits

    History 142

    3 credits

    History 202

    3 credits

    Human Growth & Development Psychology Elective

    3 credits

    HDF 200 or Psychology 232

    3 credits

    Elective

    3 credits

    Information Systems & Computer Applications COMI 1100

    3 credits

    CSC 101 or BAC 110

    3 credits

    CIS 251

    3 credits

    Macro Economics Principles Economics 2010

    3 credits

    Economics 202

    3 credits

    Economics 215

    3 credits

    Management Principles Business 2050

    3 credits

    MGT 301

    3 credits

    MGT 301

    3 credits

    Marketing Principles Business 2060

    3 credits

    Marketing 301

    3 credits

    Marketing 301

    3 credits

    Micro Economics Principles Economics 2020

    3 credits

    Economics 201

    3 credits

    Economics 214

    3 credits

    Psychology Introductory Psychology 2010

    3 credits

    Psychology 113

    3 credits

    Psychology 110

    3 credits

    Sociology Introductory Sociology 1010

    3 credits

    Sociology 100

    3 credits

    Sociology 200

    3 credits

    Spanish Language Level I

    Level II

    Spanish 1010, 1020

    6 credits

    Spanish 2010, 2020

    6 credits

    N/A Spanish 101, 102

    6 credits

    Spanish 113, 114

    6 credits

    Trigonometry Math 1210 or 1710

    3 credits

    N/A Math 210

    3 credits

    Western Civilization I History 1010

    3 credits

    History 112

    3 credits

    Elective

    3 credits

    Western Civilization II History 1020

    3 credits

    History 114

    3 credits

    Elective

    3 credits

    Western Civilization I & II N/A N/A History 161 & 2-credit Elective

    6 credits

    PSYCHOLOGY

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Psychology should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    PSYC 1030 Psychology of Personal Adjustment PSY 103 Towards Self Understanding (GE-S) Free Elective
    PSYC 1030 Psychology of Personal Adjustment HDF 150 Personal Development Free Elective
    PSYC 1050 Applied Business Psychology Free Elective Free Elective
    PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women WMS 150 Intro to Women's Studies (GE-S) WMST 200 Women in Society (GE-SB)
    PSYC 1110 Career Information Seminar Free Elective Free Elective
    PSYC 1970 Human Relations Seminar & Application Free Elective Free Elective
    PSYC 2010 General Psychology PSY 113 General Psychology (GE-S) PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (GE-SB)
    PSYC 2020 Social Psychology PSY 335 The Psychology of Social Behavior PSYC 215 Social Psychology (GE-SB)
    PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology PSY 232 Developmental Psychology (GE-S) PSYC 230 Human Development
    PSYC 2040 Psychol of Adult Development & Aging PSY Elective PSYC 339 Psychology of Aging
    PSYC 2050 Behavior Modification PSY 361 Learning PSYC 342 Behavior Modification
    PSYC 2070 Educational Psychology EDC 312 The Psychology of Learning CEP 215 Educational Psychology
    PSYC 2080 Psychol of Death, Dying & Bereavement Free Elect or Major Credit for HDF Majors NURS 312 Death and Dying or PSYCH Elective
    PSYC 2090 Adolescent Psychology HDF 310 Adolescent Growth and Development PSYC 332 Adolescent Psychology
    PSYC 2100 Theories of Personalities PSY 235 Theories of Personality (GE-S) PSYC 251 Personality
    PSYC 2110 Abnormal Psychology PSY 254 Behavr Probs & Personality Disorders (GE-S)  PSYC 354 Abnormal Psychology
    PSYC 2120 Foundations of Psychological Research Free Elective PSYC 221 Foundations of Psycholog Research
    HMNS 1040 Drugs and Human Behavior PSY 261 The Alcohol Troubled Person PSYC 217 Drug Use & Personl Decision Making
    HMNS 2340 Field Exp & Seminar II Social Work/Mental Health PSY 305 Field Experience in Psychology PSYC 390 Directed Research
    Free Elective PSY 300 Quantitative Methods in Psychology PSYC 320 Intro to Psychological Methods
    Free Elective PSY 301 Introduction to Experimental Psychology PSYC 373, 374 or 375 Research Methods in Psych
    Free Elective PSY 310 History and Systems of Psychology (GE) PSYC 353 History and Systems of Psychology
    Free Elective PSY 381 Physiological Psychology  PSYC 345 Physiological Psychology
    Free Elective PSY 385 Perception PSYC 341 Perception
    Free Elective PSY 388 Psychology of Languages PSYCH Elective
    Free Elective PSY 391 Theories of Learning PSYC 344 Psychology of Learning and Memory
    Free Elective PSY 434 Psychological Testing PSYC 346 Psychological Testing
    Free Elective PSY 436 Psychotropic Drug and Therapy PSYC 510 Drugs and Behavior
    Free Elective PSY 442 The Exceptional Individual PSYC 535 The Deviant Child
    Free Elective PSY 454 Group Processes PSYC 508 Behavr in Groups & Social Organizat
    Free Elective PSY 464 Humanistic Psychology PSYCH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective PSY 471 Applied Behavior Analysis CEP 551 Behavior Modifn in Social Settings
    Free Elective PSY 473 Practicum in Behavior Psychology CEP 431 Practicum in Behavior Modification
    Free Elective PSY 479 Contemporary Problems for Modern Psych  PSYC 392 Problems in Psychological Research
    Free Elective PSY 480 The Female Experience PSYC 356 Psychology of Women
    Free Elective PSY 489 Problems in Psychology PSYC 391 Directed Research
    Free Elective PSY 499 Psychology Practicum PSYC 390 Directed Research
    Free Elective PSY 200-level Elective PSYC 211 Humanistic Psychology
    Free Elective PSY 300-level Elective PSYC 331 Child Psychology
    Free Elective PSY 300-level Elective PSYC 424 Princ. of Psychological Measurement
    PSYC Elective PSY 384 Cognitive Psychology PSYC 349 Cognitive Psychology
    PSYC Elective PSY 399 Introduction to Multicultural Psychology PSYCH Elective
    PSYC Elective PSY Elective PSYC 359 Psycholog Perspectives on Health

    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 Associates Degree are required for admission to Bachelorís program in Radiologic Technology at RIC.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    XRAY 2430 Cross Section Imaging ZOO 121 Human Anatomy BIOL 231 Human Anatomy

    RETAIL MANAGEMENT (TEXTILES, FASHION MERCHANDISING AND 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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    ARTS 1610 Surface Design III TMD 238 Surface Design III
    BUSN 1110 Sales Free Elective  
    BUSN 1120 Retailing  
    BUSN 1130 Advertising Principles Free Elective 

    (MKT 331 Fundamentals of Advertising by exam)

    (Professional elect in textiles, merchand & design.)

    BUSN 1240 Retail Advertising and Sales Promotion Free Elective

    (Professional elect in textiles, merchand & design.)

     
    BUSN 1270 Fashion Analysis TMD 224 Clothing and Human Behavior (GE-S)  
    BUSN 1320 Credit Management Free Elective  
    BUSN 2310 Fashion Merchandising TMD 232 Fashion Retailing  
    BUSN 2420 Retail Buying TMD 332 Fashion Merchandise Buying  
    BUSN 1100 Coop I TMD 461 Internship

    (If in fashion retailing)

     
    BUSN 1200 Coop II TMD 462 Internship

    (If in fashion retailing)

     
    BUSN 2350 Human Resources Management Free Elective 

    (Professional elect in textiles, merchand & design.)

     

    RUSSIAN
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    RUSN 1000 Basic Spoken Russian I Free Elective Free Elective
    RUSN 1050 Elementary Russian I RUS 101 Elementary Russian I (GE) RUS 101 Elementary Russian I

    SOCIOLOGY

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Sociology should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    SOCS 1010 General Sociology SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2020 Marriage and Family SOC 212 The Family (GE-S) SOC 202 The Family (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2030 Urban Sociology SOC 214 Urban Sociology (GE-S) SOC 204 Urban Sociology (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2040 Cultural Diversity SOC 240 Race and Ethnic Relations SOC 208 Minority Group Relations
    SOCS 2050 Social Problems Free Elective SOC 211 Social Problems (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (GE-S) ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2300 Criminology SOC 230(330) Crime and Delinquency (GE-S) SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2310 Introduction to Corrections SOC 300-level Elective SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice or (GE-SB)
    SOC 211 Social Problems (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 204 Social Psychology (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 210 Rural Sociology SOC 200-level Elective (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 216 Deviant Behavior (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 238 Population Problems (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 241 Work and Society (GE-S) SOC 303 Sociology of Work
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 242 Sex and Gender (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective (GE-SB)
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 274 Criminal Justice System SOC 207 Crime and Criminal Justice
    SOCS 2000-level Elective SOC 306 Development of Human Societies (GE-S) SOC 200-level Elective (GE)
    Free Elective SOC 224 Health, Illness, and Medical Care (GE-S) SOC 314 Sociology of Health and Illness
    Free Elective SOC 230 Crime and Delinquency SOC 343 Juveniles and Justice
    Free Elective SOC 300 Topics in Sociology SOC 350 Topics in Sociology
    Free Elective SOC 301 Methods of Sociology Research I SOC 302 Social Research Methods I
    Free Elective SOC 302 Topics in Sociological Research SOC 404 Social Research Methods II
    Free Elective SOC 318 Social Movements and Social Change SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 320 Formal Organizations SOC 306 Formal Organizations
    Free Elective SOC 322 The Arts and Social Order SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 326 Madness and Society SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 331 Punishment and Corrections SOC 341 Corrections: Process and Theory
    Free Elective SOC 336 Social Inequality (GE-S) SOC 312 Class, Status and Power
    Free Elective SOC 350 Work and Family  SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 370 Theories of Crime and Delinquency SOC 309 Sociology of Delinquency and Crime
    Free Elective SOC 401 History of Sociological Thought SOC 300(301) Classical Sociological Theory
    Free Elective SOC 402 Sociol. I Applied & Community Settings SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 408 Individual Life and Social Order SOC 331 The Individual and Society
    Free Elective SOC 413 Sexual Inequality SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 420 Family Violence SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 424 Health Care Delivery Systems SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 426 Issues in Correction SOC 400-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 428 Institutional Racism SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 430 Intimate Relationships SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 432 Industrial Sociology SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 437 Law and Families in the United States SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 438 Aging in Society SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 444 Sociology of Religion SOC 313 Sociology of Religion
    Free Elective SOC 446 Sociology of Knowledge SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 452 Class and Power SOC 300-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 470-471 Independent Study SOC 490/491 Independent Study
    Free Elective SOC 475 Issues in Criminal Justice Policy SOC 400-level Elective
    Free Elective SOC 495 Senior Seminar SOC 460(361) Senior Seminar
    Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 217 Sociology of Aging (GE-SB)
    Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 261 Fountain of Age (GE-C4)
    Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 262 Sociology of Money (GE-C4)
    Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 263 Unequal Sisters (GE-C4)
    Free Elective SOC 200-level Elective SOC 264 Gender Inequality (GE-C4)
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 307 Sociology of Small Groups
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 315 Community
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 316 Sociology of Education
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 330 Deviant Behavior
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 344 Minority Issues in Justice Systems
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 345 Victimology
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 346 Under and Upperworld Crime/Criminals
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 400 Contemporary Sociological Theories
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 420 Social Policy of Aging in Comparative Perspectives
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 502 The Family and Social Institutions
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 500 Social Change Theory
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective SOC 525 Social Data Analysis
    Free Elective SOC 300-level Elective  SOC 318 Law and Society

    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.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    SPAN 1000 Basic Spoken Spanish I Free Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1100 Basic Spoken Spanish II Free Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish I SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I  SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
    SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish II SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II  SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II
    SPAN 1030 Elementary Spanish I SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I  SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I
    SPAN 1040 Elementary Spanish II SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II  SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II 
    SPAN 1210 Spansh for Human Services Personnel I Free Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1230 Spanish for Law Enforce Personnel I Free Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1510 Conversational Spanish I SPA Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1520 Conversational Spanish II SPA Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1710 Spanish for Medical Service Personnel I Free Elective SPAN 111 Spanish for Medical Personnel
    SPAN 1720 Spanish for Medical Svc Personnel II Free Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 1900 Culture of Spanish Speaking People SPA Elective Free Elective
    SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish I  SPAN 113 Intermediate Spanish (GE-SB)
    SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II SPA 104 Intermediate Spanish II  SPAN 114 Readings in Intermediate Spanish
    SPAN 2210 Advcd Spanish Conversation & Comp I SPA 205 Spanish Language and Style I SPAN 201 Conversation and Composition
    SPAN 2220 Advcd Spanish Conversation & Comp II SPA 206 Spanish Language and Style II SPAN 202 Conversation and Composition
    Free Elective SPA 201 Oral Expression in Spanish SPAN Elective 
    Free Elective SPA Elective SPAN 200 Spanish for Spanish Speakers
    Free Elective SPA 325 Introduction to Literary Genres (GE-A) SPAN 223 Survey of Spanish Literature I or

    SPAN 224 Survey of Spanish Literature II

    Free Elective SPA 391 Spanish Literature in Translation I (GE-A) Free Elective
    Free Elective SPA 392 Spanish Literature in Translation II (GE-A) Free Elective
    Free Elective SPA 393 Contmp Span-Amer Lit in Translation (GE-A) Free Elective

    SPEECH / JOURNALISM / COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIVE DISORDERS
     
    CCRI URI RIC
    SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I COM 101 Fundamentals of Oral Communications (GE-C) COMM 208 Public Speaking
    SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I +

    ENGL 2010 Composition II

    CMS 101 College Communication Skills  
    SPCH 1110 Voice and Articulation   COMM 219 Vocal Improvement
    SPCH 1120 Advanced Speech & Articulation In ESL Free Elective Free Elective
    SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (GE-A) Free Elective
    SPCH 1200 Introduction to Television Production  Free Elective COMM 246 Television Production
    Free Elective COM 103 Interpersonal Communications (GE-C) COMM 258 Interpersonal Communications
    Free Elective COM 210 Persuasion (GE-L) COMM 351 Persuasion
    Free Elective COM 215 Argumentation and Debate COMM 259 Argumentation and Debate
    Free Elective COM 220 Small Group Communications (GE-S) COMM 356 Discussion
    Free Elective JOR 110 Introduction to Mass Media (GE-L) COMM 240 Mass Communication
    Free Elective JOR 211 History of Broadcasting COMM 342 History 7 Develpmt of Telecomm
    Free Elective JOR 230 Introduction to Radio and Television News COMM 344 Broadcast Journalism
    Free Elective PRS 340 (JOR 340) Public Relations COMM 301 Public Relations
    Free Elective JOR 345 Journalism Internship Free Elective
    Free Elective JOR 410 Mass Media Issues COMM 340 Current Issues in Mass Media
    Free Elective Free Elective COMM 479(379) Internship
    CMD 260 Intro. to Speech and Language Disorders COMM 305 Intro. To Communication Disorders
    CMD 261 Survey of Hearing and Deafness COMM 323 Introduction to Audiology
    CMD 372 Auditory and Speech Mechanisms COMM 325 Auditory and Speech Mechanisms
    CMD 373 Phonetics COMM 319 Phonetics
    CMD 375 Language Development COMM 320 Speech and Language
    CMD 376 Hearing and Speech Science COMM321 Speech and Hearing Science
    CMD 475 Gestural Communication COMM 223 Introducation to Sign Language

    THEATRE

  • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in Theatre should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
  • CCRI URI RIC
    ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama THE 383 History of Modern Theatre (GE-A) THTR 442 History of Theatre: 1875-Present
    ENGL 8060 Women Playwrights Theatre Elective Free Elective
    THEA 1080 Introduction to Costuming THE 250 Costume Laboratory THTR 414 Costume for the Theatre
    THEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre THE 100 Introduction to Theatre (GE-A) THTR 240 Appreciation & Enjoy of Theatre (GE-A)
    THEA 1120 Stagecraft I THE 161 Introduction to Stagecraft Free Elective
    THEA 1121 Stagecraft II Free Elective Free Elective
    THEA 1130 Origins of Theatre THE 381 History of Theatre to 1642 (GE-A) THTR 440 History of Theatre: Origins to 1625
    THEA 1140 Acting I THE 111 Introduction to Acting THTR 222 The Actorís Self
    THEA 1150 Theatre for Children Free Elective THTR 335 Theatre for Children and Youth
    THEA 1160 Movement and Dance for Actors Free Elective THTR 221 Movement for the Actor
    THEA 1170 Theatrical Makeup THE Makeup THTR 416 Makeup for Stage, FIlm & Television
    THEA 1180 Stagecraft II Free Elective Free Elective
    THEA 2140 Acting II THE 211 Basic Acting +

    THE 213 Voice and Movement

    THTR 320 Character Stdy: Psycholog Realism
    MUSC 1120 The American Musical THE 481 Topics in Thetr: Histry of Amer Musicl Thetr THTR 241 American Musical Theatre
    SPCH 1110 Voice and Articulation THE 117 Intro to Voice and Movement THTR 220 Voice & Articulation for the Performer
    SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature (GE-A) THTR 302 Oral Interpretation
    Theatre Elective THE 181 Script Analysis (GE-A) THTR 105 Introduction to Theatre
    Theatre Elective THE 221 Stage Management THTR 417 Stage Mgmt for Theatre and Dance
    Theatre Elective THE 227 Dance for Musical Theatre DANC 321 Dance for Musical Theatre
    Theatre Elective THE 382 History of Thetr: Classicl to 19th Centy (GE-A) THTR 441(341) History of Theatre: 1625-1875
    Free Elective THE 291 Production Workshop THTR 378 Theatre Production
    Free Elective THE 321 Orientation to Play Direction THTR 325 Fundamentals of Directing
    Free Elective THE 341 Theatre Management THTR 419(319) Performing Arts Management
    Free Elective THE 350 Makeup THTR 316 Makeup for Stage, Film & Television
    Free Elective THE 365 Scene Design THTR 412(312) Scene Design for Theatre
    Free Elective THE 371 Stage Lighting THTR 415(315) Lighting for the Theatre
      THE 261 Introduction to Theatre Design THTR 110(210) Fundmntls of Thetr Desgn & Product

    WOMENíS STUDIES
    CCRI URI RIC
    PSYC 1070 Psychology of Women WMS 150 Introduction to Womenís Studies (GE-S) WMST 200 Women in Society (GE-SB)
    Free Elective WMS 210 Introduction to Feminist Theories WMS 200-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 220 Women and the Natural Sciences (GE-L) WMS 200-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 300 Field Experience in Womenís Studies WMST 300 Field Experience in Womenís Studies
    Free Elective WMS 310 Race, Class and Sexuality WMS 300-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 330 Feminist Methods WMS 300-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 333 Women in Irish Society (GE-L) WMS 300-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 350 Special Topics in Womenís Studies WMST 350 Topics in Womenís Studies
      WMS 351 Special Topics in Womenís Studies WMST 350 Topics in Womenís Studies
    Free Elective WMS 400 Critical Issues and Feminist Scholars WMS 300-level Elective
    Free Elective WMS 450 Independent Study WMST 390 Independent Study
      WMS 490 Advanced Topics in Womenís Studies WMST 450 Topics in Womenís Studies
    Free Elective WMS 300-level Elective WMST 390 Independent Study
    Free Elective WMS 400-level Elective WMST 350 Topics