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ACCOUNTING

Transferring to RIC:

  • Students transferring from CCRI to RIC with an Associates 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 Associates 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 Jane M. Stich, Assistant Dean, URI College of Business Administration (874-2337). Students not meeting all these requirements may be admitted to University College. 
  • CCRI URI RIC
    ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting  ACC 201 Elementary Accounting ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial
    ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting  ACC 202 Elementary Accounting ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II: Managerial
    ACCT 1110 Elementary Acct I (Advanced Placement) ACC 201 Elementary Accounting ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial
    ACCT 1120 Elementary Acct II (Advanced Placement) ACC 202 Elementary Accounting ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II: Managerial
    ACCT 1500 Income Taxes I Free Elective or ACC 443 by exam Free Elective
    ACCT 1500 Income Taxes I +

    ACCT 1510 Income Taxes II

    Free Elective ACCT 331 Tax Accounting
    ACCT 1510 Income Taxes II Free Elective Free Elective
    ACCT 2010 Intermediate Accounting I Free Elective or ACC 311 by exam ACCT 311 External Reporting I
    ACCT 2020 Intermediate Accounting II Free Elective or ACC 312 by exam ACCT 312 External Reporting II
    ACCT 2030 Managerial Accounting Free Elective or ACC 321 by exam Free Elective

    ANTHROPOLOGY
    CCRI URI RIC
    SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology APG 203 Cultural Anthropology (GE-S) ANTH 101 Intro to Cultural Anthropology (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 200 Language and Culture (GE-S) ANTH 104 Intro to Anthropol Linguistics (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 201 Human Origins (GE-N) ANTH 103 Intro to Physical Anthropology (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 202 The Prehistoric Ages (GE-S) ANTH 102 Intro to Archaeology (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 250 Africanity ANTH 200-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 300 Human Fossil Record ANTH 304 Human Paleontology
    Free Elective APG 302 Methods of Anthropological Inquiry ANTH 433 Research Methods in Cultural Anthro
    Free Elective APG 303 New World Prehistory ANTH 311 Region Stdy: Archaeol. of No. Amer.
    Free Elective APG 309 Anthropology of Religion ANTH 337 Anthropol Approaches to Religion
    Free Elective APG 310 Topics in Anthropology ANTH 450 Topics in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG 310a Peoples of the Andes ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 310b Passages: The Life Cycle ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 310c Cross Cultural Orientation ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 310d Medical Anthropology ANTH 309 Medical Anthropology
      APG 310e Expressive Culture  
      APG 310f Peoples of New Guinea ANTH 321 Regional Studies: Oceania
    Free Elective APG 310l European Prehistory ANTH 313 Regional Stdy: Archeology of Europe
    Free Elective APG 311 Native North Americans ANTH 424 North American Indians
    Free Elective APG 313 Ethnology of Africa ANTH 319 Regional Studies: Africa
    Free Elective APG 315 Cultures and Societies in Latin America ANTH 325 Regional Stdy: Latin American Indians
    Free Elective APG 317 Archaeological Method and Theory ANTH 485 Workshop in Field Archaeology
    Free Elective APG 319 Cultural Behavior and Environment (GE-S) ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 322 Anthropology of Modernization ANTH 334 Modernization and Development or

    ANTH 339 Cultural Change

    Free Elective APG 325 The Irish ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 326 Anthropology of Law ANTH 303 Comparative Law and Justice
    Free Elective APG 327 History of Physical Anthropology (GE-L) ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 350 Human Variation ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 390 Human Sociobiology and Ethnology ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 400 Evolution, Culture and Human Disease ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 401 History of Anthropological Theory ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 405 Psychological Anthropology ANTH 341 Psychological Anthropology
    Free Elective APG 412 Primate Behavior and Organization ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 413 Peoples of the Sea ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 427 Unity of Anthropology ANTH 460 Seminar in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG 470 Problems in Anthropology ANTH 300-level Elective
    Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 204 Art, Society and Culture (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 205 Anthropology of Race & Racism (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 206 Oral Traditions (GE-SB)
    Free Elective APG 300-level Elective ANTH 301 Women in World Perspective
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 305 Exploring Ethnographic Film
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 307 Peasant Societies and Cultures
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 308 Cross Cultural Studies of Aging
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 312 Region Stdy: Archaeol of Latin Amer
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 313 Region Stdy: Archaeology of Europe
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 314 Regional Studies in Archaeology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 320 Regional Studies: Mediterranean
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 322 Regional Studies: Caribbean
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 332 Applied Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 336 State and Society in the Third World
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 338 Urban Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 340 Social Organization
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 400/SSCI 400 New England and the Sea
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 460 Seminar in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 461 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 470 Reading Course in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 475 Reading Course in Public Archaeol
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 480 Workshop in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 481 Workshop in Primitive Art
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 490 Directed Study in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 495 Internship in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 561 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective ANTH 580 Workshop in Anthropology
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective SED 461  Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective SED 561 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective SSCI 461 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective APG +300-level Elective SSCI 561 Seminar: Latinos in the U. S. A.
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 162 Non-Western Worlds (GE-C3) 
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 169 Music Cultures of Non-Western Worlds (GE-C3)
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 261 Intercultural Encounters (GE-C4)
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 262 Indigenous Rights & Global Env (GE-C4)
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 263 Designs for Living: Simple or Complex (GE-C4)
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 264 Writing and Culture: From Papyrus to Cyberspace (GE-C4)
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 410 Language and Culture
    Free Elective Free Elective ANTH 489 Field School in Archaeology

     

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    ARTS 1000 Interior Design TMD 216 Interior Design Free Elective
    ARTS 1010 Drawing I ART 207 Drawing I (GE-A) ART 101 Drawing I or Free Elective (GE-A) (GE)
    ARTS 1020 Color ART 203 Color (GE-A) Free Elective or ART Equivalent
    ARTS 1030 Introduction to Printmaking ART Elective ART 208 Printmaking I or Free Elective
    ARTS 1040 Introduction to Serigraphy ART Elective Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1050 Drawing II - Life Drawing ART 100-level Elective Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1060 Introduction to Photography ART 213 Photography I ART 217 Intro to Photography or Free Elective
    ARTS 1070 Photography II ART 314 Photography II ART 347 Photography II or Free Elective
    ARTS 1080 Photography III ART 314 Photography II (repeat for credit) Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1100 Drawing III - Advanced Life ART 208 Drawing II ART 105 Drawing II
    ARTS 1110 Intro to Commercial Art - Graphics ART 100-level Elective  Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1120 Commercial ART II - Illustration ART 200-level Elective Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1130 Introduction to Visual Arts ARH 120 Introduction to Art (GE-A) ART 201 Visual Arts in Society (GE-A)
    ARTS 1140 Watercolor Free Elective Workshop or Free Elective
    ARTS 1150 Interior Design II TMD 2XX Interior Design Free Elective
    ARTS 1220 Survey of Art (Modern) ARH 252 Introduction to History of Art II (GE-A) ART 232 Renaissance Through Modern Art or Free Elective (GE-A)
    ARTS 1310 Basic Two-Dimensional Design I ART 101 Two-Dimensional Studio I (GE-A) ART 104 Design I or Free Elective (GE-A) 
    ARTS 1320 Basic Two-Dimensional Design II ART Elective ART 104 Design I or Free Elective (GE-A) 
    ARTS 1330 Survey of Art (Ancient/Neo-Classical) ARH 251 Introduction to History of Art I (GE-A) ART 231 Prehistoric to Renaissance Art or 

    Free Elective (GE-A)

    ARTS 1410 Three-Dimensional Design I ART Elective ART 114 Design II or Free Elective
    ARTS 1430 Crafts Free Elective Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 1440 Ceramics I ART 100-level Elective ART 206 Ceramics I or Free Elective
    ARTS 1450 Ceramics II ART 200-level Elective ART 306 Ceramics II or Free Elective
    ARTS 1460 Ceramics III Free Elective Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    ARTS 2010 Painting I ART 221 Two-Dimensional Studio II ART 202 Painting I or Free Elective
    ARTS 2020 Painting II ART 322 Two-Dimensional Studio III ART 302 Painting II or Free Elective
    ARTS 2110 Art Seminar ART Elective Free Elective
    ARTS 2210 Sculpture I ART 103 Three-Dimensional Studio I (GE-A) ART 215 Sculpture I or Free Elective
    ARTS 2220 Sculpture II ART 243 Three-Dimensional Studio II ART 315 Sculpture II or Free Elective
    Free Elective ARH 354 The Art of Greece and Rome  ART 331 Greek and Roman Art
    Free Elective ARH 359 Baroque Art (GE-A) ART 333 Baroque Art
    Free Elective ARH 363 Modern Art - 19th and 20th Century ART 337 20th Century Art
    Free Elective ARH 364 American Art (GE-A) ART 334 American Art and Architecture
    Free Elective ARH 365 Renaissance Art ART 332 Renaissance Art
    Free Elective ARH 375 Topics in History of Photography ART 338 History of Photography
    Free Elective ARH 461 Topics in Method, Theory and Criticism ART 400(300) Issues for the Artist
    Free Elective ARH 469 Art History - Senior Projects I ART 493(393) Reading and Research in Art History
    Free Elective ARH 470 Art History - Senior Projects II ART 493(393) Reading and Research in Art History
    Free Elective ARH 480 Advanced Topics: European & American Art ART 461(361) Seminar in Art History
    Free Elective ART 215 Filmmaking I (GE-A) Free Elective
    Free Elective ART 233 Relief Printing and Typography I (GE-A) Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    Free Elective ART 316 Filmmaking II Free Elective
    Free Elective ART 322 2-Dimensional Studio III 

    (repeat for credit)

    ART 491(394) Studio III - Painting
    Free Elective ART 322 2-Dimensional Studio III 

    (repeat for credit)

    ART 492(395) Studio IV - Painting
    Free Elective ART 332 Printmaking II ART 348 Printmaking II
    Free Elective ART 334 Relief Printing and Typography II Art Equivalent or Free Elective
    Free Elective ART 337 Printmaking III ART 491(394) Studio III - Printmaking
    Free Elective ART 338 Printmaking IV ART 492(395) Studio IV - Printmaking
    Free Elective ART 344 3-Dimensional Studio III 

    (repeat for credit)

    ART 491(394) Studio III - Sculpture
    Free Elective ART 344 3-Dimensional Studio III 

    (repeat for credit)

    ART 492(395) Studio IV - Sculpture
    Free Elective ART Elective ART 114 Design II or Free Elective
    Free Elective ART Elective ART 230 Survey of Far Eastern Art (GE-A)
    Free Elective ART Elective ART 497(396) Senior Studio - Printmaking V

    ASTRONOMY
    CCRI URI RIC
    ASTR 1000 Highlights of Astronomy Free Elective Free Elective
    ASTR 1010 The Solar System Free Elective PSCI 210 Introduction to Astronomy (GE-SM)
    ASTR 1010 The Solar System +

    ASTR 1020 The Stellar System

    AST 108 Introduction to Astronomy (GE-N)  
    ASTR 1020 The Stellar System Free Elective General Education SM Category (GE-SM)
    ASTR 2010 Practical Astronomy I Free Elective Free Elective
    ASTR 2020 Practical Astronomy II Free Elective Free Elective

    BIOLOGY
    CCRI URI RIC
    BIOL 1000 Cell Biology for Technology BIO 100-level Elective BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I (GE-LS)
    BIOL 1010 Human Anatomy BIO 121 Human Anatomy BIOL 231 Human Anatomy
    BIOL 1020 Human Physiology BIO 242 Introduction to Human Physiology +

    BIO 244 Physiology Lab

    BIOL 335 Human Physiology
    BIOL 1030 General Biology - Botany BIO 112/BOT 111 General Botany (GE-N) BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I (GE-LS)
    BIOL 1030 General Biology - Botany +

    BIOL 1040 General Biology - Zoology

    BIO 112 General Botany + (GE-N)

    BIO 113 General Zoology (GE-N)

    BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I + (GE-LS)

    BIOL 102 Introduction to Biology II (GE-LS)

    BIOL 1040 General Biology - Zoology BIO 113/ZOO 111 General Zoology (GE-N) BIOL 109 Fundamental Concepts of Biology (GE-LS)
    BIOL 1050 Man and His Environment BIO Elective Free Elective
    BIOL 1070 Anatomy and Physiology Free Elective Free Elective
    BIOL 1080 Introduction to Clinical Procedures Free Elective Free Elective
    BIOL 1090 Terminology for Health Sciences Free Elective Free Elective
    BIOL 1200 The Human in Health and Disease HLT 123 Foundations of Health (GE-N) Free Elective
    BIOL 2040 Human Sexuality NUR 150 Human Sexuality (GE-S) HLTH 101 Human Sexuality
    BIOL 2070 Evolution - A History of Life on Earth BIO 350 Evolution BIOL 440 Evolution
    BIOL 2090 Genetics BIO 352 Genetics or

    BIO 203 Intro to Evolutionary Genetics

    Free Elective or 

    with BIOL 2150: BIOL 221 Genetics

    BIOL 2100 Biology Seminar +

    BIOL 2110 Biology Seminar

    BIO Elective Free Elective
    BIOL 2150 Laboratory in Genetics BIO 454 Genetics Lab Free Elective
    BIOL 2210 Introductory Microbiology MIC 201 Introductory Medical Microbiology BIOL 348 Microbiology
    BIOL 2480 General Microbiology MIC 211 Introduction to Microbiology BIOL 348 Microbiology

    BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION / MANAGEMENT

    Transferring to RIC:

    • Students transferring from CCRI to RIC with an Associate 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 Jane M. Stich, Assistant Dean, URI College of Business Administration (874-2337). Students not meeting all these requirements may be admitted to University College. Refer to page 14 for a suggested transfer plan.
    CCRI URI RIC
    BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business MGT 110 Introduction to Business (GE-S) MGT 100 Introduction to Business
    BUSN 1020 Marketing Communications MKT 100-level Elective Free Elective
    BUSN 1040 Personal Finance CNS 320 Personal Finance Free Elective
    BUSN 1050 Small Business Administration Free Elective MGT 310 Small Business Management
    BUSN 1060 Leadership Development Free Elective Free Elective
    BUSN 1080 Survey of Accounting   ACCT 200 Fundamentals of Accounting & Budgeting
    BUSN 1970 Fundamentals of Real Estate Free Elective or FIN 341 by exam Free Elective
    BUSN 1990 Real Estate Brokerage and Appraisal Free Elective Free Elective
    BUSN 2050 Principles of Management MGT 1XX or MGT 301 by exam Free Elective or MGT 301 by exam
    BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing MKT 1XX or MKT 301 by exam Free Elective or MKT 301 by exam
    BUSN 2080 Consumer Behavior & Customer Relatns MKT 1XX or MKT 311 by exam Free Elective
    BUSN 2090 Marketing Research MKT 1XX or MKT 415 by exam Free Elective
    BUSN 2100 Entrepreneureship Capstone Free Elective Free Elective
    BUSN 2110 Money and Banking ECN 334 Money and Banking ECON 434(334) Money and Banking
    BUSN 2120 Investments FIN 1XX or FIN 322 by exam Free Elective
    BUSN 2150 Principles of Production Management MSI 1XX or MSI 309 by exam Free Elective or MGT 348 by exam
    BUSN 2160 Management and Labor Relations Free Elective Free Elective
    BUSN 2200 Principles of Financial Management FIN 1XX or FIN 301 by exam Free Elective
    BUSN 2350 Human Resources Management MGT 1XX or MGT 303 by exam Free Elective or MGT 320 by exam
    LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts BSL 1XX or BSL 333 by exam Free Elective
    LAWS 2060 Law of Property, Estates and Trusts BSL 1XX or BSL 442 by exam Free Elective
    LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization BSL 1XX or BSL 334 by exam Free Elective
    LAWS 2080 Commercial Paper & Secd Transactions Free Elective Free Elective
    LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts, +

    LAWS 2060 Law of Property, Estate and Trusts or

    LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organizations or

    LAWS 2080 Commercial Papers & Secd Transactions

      MGT 343 Business Law

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    Completed Chemical Technology Curriculum CHM 101 General Chemistry Lecture I+ (GE-N)

    CHM 102 Lab for General Chemistry I + (GE-N)

    CHM 112 General Chemistry Lecture II + (GE-N)

    CHM 114 Lab for General Chemistry II + (GE-N)

    CHM 226 Organic Chemistry Lab

    CHEM 103 General Chemistry I + (GE-LS)

    CHEM 104 General Chemistry II + (GE-LS)

    CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I+

    CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II 

    CHMT 1120 Chemical Technology I   CHEM 103 General Chemistry (GE-LS)
    CHMT 1220 Chemical Technology II   CHEM 104 General Chemistry (GE-LS)
    CHMT 2320 Chemical Technology III   CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry
    CHMT 2420 Chemical Technology IV   CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment (GE-N) General Ed SM Category (GE)
    CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment +

    PHYS 1000 Physical Science

    CHM 100 Chemistry of Our Environment+ (GE-N)

    PHY 109 Introduction to Physics (GE-N)

    PSCI 103 Physical Sciences (GE)
    CHEM 1010 Survey of Biomedical Chemistry Free Elective Free Elective
    CHEM 1020 Basic Skills for Chemistry Free Elective Free Elective
    CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I CHM 101 General Chemistry I + (GE-N)

    CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (GE-N)

    CHEM 103 General Chemistry (GE)
    CHEM 1060 Chemistry of Hazardous Materials Free Elective Free Elective
    CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II CHM 112 General Chemistry II + (GE-N)

    CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab

    CHEM 104 General Chemistry (GE)
    CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I CHM 103 Introductory Chemistry + (GE-N)

    CHM 105 Introductory Chemistry Lab

    CHEM 105 Genl, Organ & Biolog Chem I (GE)
    CHEM 1190 Health Science Chemistry II CHM 124 Introduction to Organic Chemistry + (GE)

    CHM 126 Introduction to Organic Chemistry Lab

    CHEM 106 Genl, Organ & Biolog Chem II (GE)
    Free Elective CHM 212 Quantitative Analysis CHEM 404(304) Analytical Chemistry
    CHEM 2270 Organic Chemistry I +

    CHEM 2271 Organic Chemistry I Lab

    CHM 227 Organic Chemistry I +

    CHM 229 Organic Chemistry I Lab

    CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry
    CHEM 2280 Organic Chemistry II +

    CHEM 2281 Organic Chemistry II Lab

    CHM 228 Organic Chemistry II +

    CHM 230 Organic Chemistry II Lab

    CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry

    CHINESE
    CCRI URI RIC
    CHIN 1000 Free Elective Free Elective

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    Completed Clinical Laboratory Technology Curriculum MIC 201 Introductory Medical Microbiology +

    MIC 333 Immunology and Serology +

    MTC 102 Intro to Medical Laboratroy Technology +

    MTC 202 Introductory Clinical Laboratory Science +

    MTC 483 Introductory Diagnostic Microbiology +

    16 Free Electives

     
    MLTC 1110 Bacteriology +

    MLTC 2110 Clinical Microbiology I 

    MIC 201 Introductory Medical Microbiology +

    8 Free Electives

     
    MLTC 1110 Bacteriology   BIOL 348 Microbiology
    MLTC 1120 Clinical Immunology/Serology +

    MLTC 1160 Immunohematology +

    MLTC 1940 Clinical Serology/Immunohematology

    MIC 333 Immunology and Serology

    (Transfer credit for Clinical Lab Science program only.)

    Free Elective
    MLTC 1130 Specimen Handling and Collection I    
    MLTC 1150 Urinalysis MTC 202 Introductory Clinical Laboratory Science Free Elective
    MLTC 1210 Intro to Medical Laboratory Technology MTC 102 Intro to Medical Laboratory Technology Free Elective
    MLTC 1930 Specimen Handling and Collection II    
    MLTC 1950 Clinical Urinalysis   Free Elective
    MLTC 2110 Clinical Microbiology I   Free Elective
    MLTC 2120 Hematology   Free Elective
    MLTC 2190 Clinical Chemistry I   Free Elective
    MLTC 2910 Clinical Microbiology II MTC 483 Introductory Diagnostic Microbiology

    (Transfer credit for Clinical Lab Science program only.)

    Free Elective
    MLTC 2920 Clinical Hematology   Free Elective
    MLTC 2930 Clinical Laboratory Seminar    
    MLTC 2990 Clinical Chemistry II   Free Elective

    COMPUTER STUDIES

    • CCRI students with an Associate 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 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 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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers CSC 101 Computing Concepts or

    BAC 110 Business Computing Application

    CSCI 101 Introduction to Computers or (GE)

    CIS 251 Computers in Management

    COMI 1120 Introduction to Computer Hardware Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1140 Introduction to Computer Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1150 Programming Concepts Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1210 Programming in BASIC Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1215 Programming in "C++" CSC 200 Problem Solving for Science & Engineering Free Elective
    COMI 1215 Programming in "C++" +

    COMI 1240 Object-Oriented Programming

    CSC 211 Introductory Programming and Design CSCI 201 Computer Programming I
    COMI 1220 Fundamentals of "C++" Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1222 Intermediate "C++" Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1224 Advanced "C++" Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1230 Fundamentals of Pascal Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1232 Intermediate Pascal Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1234 Advanced Pascal Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1240 Object Oriented Programming CSC 201 Intro to Computer Programming (GE) Free Elective
    COMI 1241 Intro to Object Oriented Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1250 Fundamentals of FORTRAN Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1260 Programming in 4th Gen. Languages Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1270 Elementary COBOL Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1290 Assembler Language for the IBM-PC Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1310 BASIC Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1410 Microcomputer Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1415 Microcomputer Operating System Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1419 Using Spreadsheet Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1420 Spreadsheets Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1422 Intermediate Spreadsheets Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1425 Advanced Spreadsheets Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1428 Use of Database Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1430 Elementary Data Base Use Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1440 Automated Charts and Graphs Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1450 Windows Operating System Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1451 Introduction to Windows Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1452 Intermediate Windows Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1453 Advanced Windows Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1460 UNIX Operating System Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1461 Introduction to UNIX Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1462 Intermediate UNIX Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1463 Advanced UNIX Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1470 Windows Programming Using C++ Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1471 Intro Windows Programming Using C++ Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1472 Intermed Windows Programming C++ Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1473 Advanced Windows Programming C++ Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1510 Java Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1511 Introduction to Java Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1512 Intermediate Java Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1513 Advanced Java Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1520 Visual BASIC Programming Free Elective CSCI 102 Introduction to Visual BASIC 
    COMI 1521 Intro to Visual BASIC Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1522 Intermed. Visual BASIC Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1523 Advanced Visual BASIC Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1530 Additional Topics in Visual BASIC  Free Elective CSCI 203 Advanced Visual BASIC 
    COMI 1531 Intro Additional Topics in Visual BASIC  Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1532 Intermed Addtl Topics in Visual BASIC  Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1533 Advanced Addtl Topics in Visual BASIC  Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1630 Word Processing Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1640 Introduction to Word Processing Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1650 Advanced Word Processing Concepts Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1720 Integr: Graph, Data Base & Word Proc Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1730 Records Processing Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1740 Electronic Mail/Networking/Communic Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1750 HTML Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1751 Introduction to HTML Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1752 Intermediate HTML Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1753 Advanced HTML Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1760 Effective Use of the Internet Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1761 Introduction to the Use of the Internet Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1762 Intermediate Use of the Internet Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1763 Advanced Use of the Internet Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1771 Introduction to Web Page Development Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1772 Intermediate Web Page Development Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1773 Advanced Web Develop. CGI & Pearl Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1800 Computer Networking Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1811 Intro to Computer Networking Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1820 Installing Computer Network Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1830 Mange & Maint Computer Net Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1840 Msoft Windows NT Network Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1841 Intro to Microsoft Windows NT Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1842 Intmd. Msoft Windows NT Network Soft Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1843 Adv Msoft Windows NT Network Soft Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1850 Networking Technology Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1851 Networking Essentials I Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1852 Networking Essentials II Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1853 Introduction to TCP/IP Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1860 Inter Networking Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1861 Intermediate TCP/IP Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1862 Configure Routers I Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1863 Configure Routers II Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1870 Local Area Networking Design & Mgmt Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1871 LAN Switching and VLANS Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1872 LAN Design Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1873 Networking with Novell Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1880 Wide Area Networking Design & Config Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1881 WAN Networking I Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1882 WAN Networking Design I Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1883 Networking Simulation Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1905 Desktop Publishing Software Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1910 Introduction to Desktop Publishing Free Elective Free Elective
    COMI 1930 Advanced Desktop Publishing Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 1170 Computer Application Systems Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 1200 Data Base Design and Management Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 1230 Systems Analysis and Design Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 1360 Introduction to COBOL Programming Free Elective CIS 256 Introduction to COBOL Programming
    COMP 1370 Advanced COBOL Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 2400 Programming-RPG II Free Elective CIS 258 RPG Programming
    COMP 2410 Programming-Assembler Free Elective Free Elective
    COMP 2430 Operating Systems Free Elective Free Elective
    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming in "C++" CSC 200 Problem Solving for Science & Engineering CSCI 201 Computer Programming I
    Free Elective CSC 110 Survey of Computer Science Free Elective
    Free Elective CSC 211 Introductory Programming and Design 

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 201 Computer Programming I
    Free Elective CSC 211 Introductory Programming and Design CSCI 201 Computer Programming I +

    CSCI 221 Computer Programming II

    Transfers from RIC to URI only.

    Free Elective CSC 211 Introductory Programming and Design +

    CSC 212 Data Structures and Abstractions

    CSCI 201 Computer Programming I +

    CSCI 221 Computer Programming II +

    CSCI 315 Infromation Structures

    Transfers from RIC to URI only.

    Free Elective CSC 212 Data Structures and Abstractions 

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 221 Computer Programming II
    Free Elective CSC 301 Fundamentals of Programming Languages 

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 325 Organiz. of Programming Languages
    Free Elective CSC 305 Software Engineering Free Elective + exempt from CS 380
    Free Elective CSC 320 Social Issues in Computing General Ed SM Category (GE)
    Free Elective CSC 331 Data Structures CSCI 315 Information Structures
    Free Elective CSC 340 Mathematic Foundatns of Computer Sci. 

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    Free Elective + exemption from CS Cognate of MATH 200 or MATH 315
    Free Elective CSC 350 Fundamentls of Mathematical Computation

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    MATH 417(317) Introduction to Numerical Analysis
    Free Elective CSC 402 Compiler Design

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    Major Elective
    Free Elective CSC 406 Computer Graphics

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    Major Elective
    Free Elective CSC 411 Computer Organization  CSCI 312 Comp Organization & Architect I +

    CSCI 313 Comp Organization & Architect II

    Transfers from RIC to URI only.

    Free Elective CSC 411 Computer Organization

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 312 Comp Organization & Architect I 
    Free Elective CSC 412 Operating Systems and Networks

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 435(335) Operat Systems & Comp Architect
    Free Elective CSC 436 Database Management Systems Major Elective
    Free Elective CSC 440 Algorithms and Data Structures

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 423(323) Analysis of Algorithms
    Free Elective CSC 445 Models of Computation

    Transfers from URI to RIC only.

    CSCI 422(322) Intro to Computation Theory
    Free Elective CSC 481 Artificial Intelligence CSCI 427(327) Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
    Free Elective CSC 491 Directed Study in Computer Science Free Elective
    Free Elective CSC 492 Special Topics in Computer Science Major Elective
    Free Elective MGS 483 Business Applications Programming CSCI 310 Introduction to File Processing

    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.
     

    DENTAL HEALTH

    • To gain entrance into the baccalaureate degree program for Dental Hygiene at URI, students transferring from CCRI must have earned an Associate Degree in Dental Hygiene, have successfully completed the National and Northeast Regional Board Dental Hygiene examinations, and have been accepted by the URI Admissions Office. See Dental Hygiene Program-to-Program Agreements in Section 4.
    CCRI URI RIC
    DHYG 1000 Introduction to Dental Hygiene DHY 100 Introduction to Dental Hygiene  

    ECONOMICS
    CCRI URI RIC
    ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I ECN 202 Economic Principles (Macro) (GE) ECON 215 Introduction to Macroeconomics
    ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II ECN 201 Economic Principles (Micro) (GE) ECON 214 Introduction to Microeconomics
    Free Elective ECN 100 Introduction to Economics (GE) ECON 200 Introduction to Economics (GE)
    Free Elective ECN 327 Intermd Econ. Theory: Income & Employ ECON 315 Intermediate Macroeconomics
    Free Elective ECN 328 Intermd Econ. Theory: Pricing & Distrib ECON 314 Intermediate Microeconomics
    Free Elective ECN +300-level Elective ECON 313 Managerial Economics

    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 either electrical or mechanical engineering should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
    CCRI URI RIC
    ENGR 1020 Intro to Engineering and Technology EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I  
    ENGR 1030 Engineering Graphics EGR 102 Basic Graphics  
    ENGR 1030 Engineering Graphics MCE 201 Computer Graphics in Mechanic Engineer  
    ENGR 2050 Engineering Mechanics-Statics MCE 262 Statics  
    ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics MCE 263 Dynamics  
    ENGR 2150 Introduction to Electrical Engineering PHY 204 Elementary Physics II  
    ENGR 2151 Intro to Electrical Engineering Lab PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab  
    ENGR 2160 Introduction to Engineering Analysis EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II  
    ENGR 2320 Digital Electronics ELE 201 Digital Circuits Design +

    ELE 202 Digital Circuits Design Lab

     
    ENGR 2520 Microprocessor and Microcomputer ELE 205 Microprocessor Laboratory  
    ENGR 2540 Mechanics of Materials for Engineering CVE 220 Mechanics of Materials  
    ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory ELE 212 Linear Circuit Theory  
    ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory ELE 220 Passive and Active Circuits  
    ENGR 2621 Linear Circuits Lab ELE 215 Circuits Lab II  

    ENGLISH

    • Students wishing to pursue a baccalaureate degree in English should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
    CCRI URI RIC
    ENGL 1010 Composition I WRT 101 Composition I (GE) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing *
    ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature ENG 241 US Literature (GE)  Free Elective
    ENGL 1020 19th Century American Literature +

    ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature

    ENG 241 US Literature I + (GE)

    ENG 242 US Literature II (GE)

    ENGL 207 Backgrounds in American Literature
    ENGL 1030 British Literature I ENG 251 British Literature I (GE) ENGL 205 Backgrounds: British Lit to 1800
    ENGL 1040 World Literature to the 16th Century ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE) ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE)
    ENGL 1050 Fundamentals of Writing Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1060 Modern Office Communications Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1080 English as Second Language II   ESL 101 Intensive Basic ESL
    ENGL 1090 Paragraph Writing in ESL   ESL 102 Intensive Intermediate ESL
    ENGL 1200 Introduction to Literature ENG 110 Introduction to Literature (GE) ENGL 117 Contemporary Approaches to Lit
    ENGL 1210 The Film as Literature I Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1210 The Film as Literature I +

    ENGL 2210 The Film as Literature II

    Free Elective ENGL 116 Approaches to Film & Film Criticism
    ENGL 1220 Introduction to Poetry ENG 263 Intro to Literary Genres: The Poem (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1230 Modern Literature Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1240 Readings in the Novel ENG 265 Intro to Literary Genres: The Novel (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1250 Readings in the Short Story ENG 243 The Short Story (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1260 Readings in Shakespeare ENG 280 Introduction to Shakespeare (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1270 Contemporary Drama Free Elective ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (GE)
    ENGL 1280 Dramatic Literature ENG 264 Intro to Literary Genres: The Drama (GE) ENGL 113 Approaches to Drama (GE)
    ENGL 1290 Black American Literature ENG 248 Afro-Amer Literature 1900 to Present (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1300 Comp I Speakers of Eng as 2nd Lang ELS 112 English as a Second Language I (GE) ENGL 011 Writing English as Second Language
    ENGL 1350 Literature of Bible: A Literary Analysis ENG 368 The Bible Free Elective
    ENGL 1360 Science Fiction Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1370 Literature of Imagination and Fantasy Free Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1400 Business Writing for Secretaries WRT 227 Business Communications (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 1410 Business Writing WRT 227 Business Communications (GE) ENGL 230 Business Writing
    ENGL 1420 News Writing and Reporting JOR Elective Free Elective
    ENGL 1430 Creative Writing ENG 205 Creative Writing ENGL 220 Creative Writing
    ENGL 2010 Composition II WRT 101 Composition I or Free Elective (GE) WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing
    ENGL 2015 Comp II for Liberal Arts ENG XXX * WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing
    ENGL 2020 20th Century American Literature ENG 242 US Literature (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 2030 British Literature II ENG 252 British Literature II (GE) ENGL 206 Backgrnds in British Lit: 1800 to Pres.
    ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century ENG 160 Lit. of the World or Free Elective (GE) ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE)
    ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (GE) Free Elective
    ENGL 2200 Children's Literature HDF 302 Literature for Children ENGL 210 Children's Literature
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency. * Meets RIC Writing Competency Requirement.
    ENGL 2210 The Film as Literature II Free Elective ENGL 116 Approach to Film & Film Criticism (GE)
    ENGL 2230 Contemp Literature of the Past Decade Free Elective Free Elective
    Free Elective ENG 201 Principles of Literary Study ENGL 201 Introduction to Literary Study I
    Free Elective ENG 202 Critical Methods in Literary Study ENGL 202 Introduction to Literary Study II
    Free Elective ENG 300 Literature into Film ENGL 325 Literature and Film
    Free Elective ENG 302 Topics in Film Theory and Criticism ENGL 337 Topics in the Aesthetics of Film
    Free Elective ENG 330 The Structure of American English ENGL 433(333) Modern English Grammar
    Free Elective ENG 332 The Evolution of the English Language ENGL 332 History of the English Language
    Free Elective ENG 347 Antebellum US Literature & Culture ENGL 301 American Literature to 1860
    Free Elective ENG 348 US Literature & Culture from 1865-1914 ENGL 302 American Lit from 1860 to 1914
    Free Elective ENG 350 Literary Theory and Criticism ENGL 434(334) Studies in Theory and Criticism
    Free Elective ENG 373 British Literature of the Renaissance  ENGL 348 British Literature from 1500 to 1603
    Free Elective ENG 373 British Literature of the Renaissance  ENGL 351 British Literature from 1603 to 1674
    Free Elective ENG 374 British Literature 1660-1800 ENGL 352 British Literature from 1660 to 1784
    Free Elective ENG 375 British Literature of the 19th Century ENGL 354 British Literature from 1784 to 1832
    Free Elective ENG 381* Topics in Medieval and Renaissance Lit. ENGL 347 British Literature to 1500
    Free Elective ENG 382* Medeival Renaissance Authors (Chaucer) ENGL 344 Chaucer
    Free Elective ENG 385 Women Writers ENGL 324 Literature by Women
    Free Elective WRT 201 Composition II: Intermediate Writing (GE) Free Elective
    Free Elective Free Elective ENGL 264 Writing & Culture: From Papyrus to Cyberspace (GE)
      * Variable topics or authors – consult with English Department and Advisor.  

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    ENGL 0312 English as Second Language Reading No Credit No Credit
    ENGL 1070 English as a Second Language I No Credit No Credit
    ENGL 1080 English as a Second Language II No Credit ESL 101 Intensive Basic English as Second Lang
    ENGL 1090 Paragraph Writing in ESL No Credit ESL 102 Intensive Intermediate ESL
    ENGL 1300 Compostn for English as Second Lang ELS 112 English as a Second Language I (GE) ENGL 011 Writing English as a Second Language
    SPCH 1120 Advanced Speech & Articulation in ESL Free Elective Free Elective
      ELS 122 English as a Second Language II (GE)  
      ELS 201 English Language Studies  
        ESL 201 Intensive Advncd English as Second Lang

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    FREN 1000 Basic Spoken French I Free Elective Free Elective
    FREN 1010 Elementary French I FRN 101 Beginning French I (GE) FREN 101 Elementary French I
    FREN 1020 Elementary French II FRN 102 Beginning French II (GE) FREN 102 Elementary French II
    FREN 1030 Elementary French I FRN 101 Beginning French I (GE) FREN 101 Elementary French I
    FREN 1040 Elementary French II FRN 102 Beginning French II (GE) FREN 102 Elementary French II
    FREN Elective FRN 131 Refresher Course in French FREN 110 Review of Basic French (GE) 
    FREN 1100 Basic Spoken French II Free Elective Free Elective
    FREN 1510 Conversational French I FRN Elective Free Elective
    FREN 1520 Conversational French II FRN Elective Free Elective
      FRN 201 French Pronunciation Free Elective
      FRN 201 French Pronunciation +

    FRN 204 French Composition +

    FRN 207 French Oral Expression

    FREN 201 Conversation and Composition +

    FREN 202 Composition and Conversation

    FREN Elective FRN 394 Literary Topics in Translation Free Elective
    FREN 2010 Intermediate French I FRN 103 Intermediate French I (GE) FREN 113 Intermediate French (GE)
    FREN 2020 Intermediate French II FRN 104 Intermediate French II (GE) FREN 114 Readings in Intermediate French 
    FREN 2210 Conversation and Composition I FRN 204 Conversation and Composition I FREN 201 Conversation and Composition
    FREN 2220 Conversation and Composition II FRN 207 Conversation and Composition II FREN 202 Composition and Conversation
    Free Elective FRN 309 French Culture and Literature to 1789 (GE)  FREN 323(221) Survey of French Literature I
    Free Elective FRN 391 Literature to 1789 in Translation (GE) Free Elective
    Free Elective FRN 392 19th Century Literature in Translation (GE) Free Elective
    Free Elective FRN 393 20th Century Literature in Translation (GE) Free Elective

    GEOGRAPHY / MARINE AFFAIRS
    CCRI URI RIC
    GEOG 1010 Introduction to Geography GEG 103 Economic Geography or

    GEG 104 Political Geography (GE)

    GEOG 101(201) Introduction to Geography (GE)
    Free Elective GEG 100 Geography of Human Ecosystems (GE) GEOG 100(200) Intro to Environmental Studies (GE)
    Free Elective MAF 461 Coastal Zone Uses GEOG 320 Coastal Geography
    Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 306 Geographic Skills and Methods
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 400(300) Regional Geography
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 301 Natural Resource Management
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 305 Geography of Rhode Island
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 407(307) New England Landscape Pre-1900
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 408(308) New Engl. Landscape since 1900
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 312 Historical Geography of the US
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 313 Disaster Management
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 337 Urban Political Geography
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 338 People, Houses, Neighborhoods and Cities
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 339 Metropolitan Providence: Past, Present and Future
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 460(360) Senr Seminar: Theory & Research
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 463(363) Internship in Geography
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 470(370) Reading Course in Geography
    Free Elective 300-level Elective GEOG 490(390) Directed Study in Geography
    Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 205 Earth’s Physical Environments (GE)
    Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 261 The New Global Village (GE)
    Free Elective Free Elective GEOG 263 Humn Resp. to Natural Disast (GE)

    GEOLOGY
    CCRI URI RIC
    GEOL 1010 General Geology I GEL 103 Understanding the Earth (GE) PSCI 212 Introduction to Geology (GE)
    GEOL 1020 General Geology II GEL Elective Free Elective
    Free Elective GEL 203 Field Geology PSCI 340 Field Methods in Geology
    Science Elective GEL 100 Environmental Geology (GE) General Education SM Category (GE)
    Science Elective GEL 102 Evolution & Extinction of Dinosaurs (GE) General Education SM Category (GE)

    GERMAN

    • Level 200 and 300 courses transfer for credit; for specific course equivalencies see the Department Chairperson.
    CCRI URI RIC
    GERM 1000 Basic Spoken German I Free Elective Free Elective
    GERM 1010 Elementary German I GER 101 Beginning German I (GE) GRMN 101 Elementary German I
    GERM 1010 Elementary German I GER 111 Intensive Beginning German I GRMN 101 Elementary German I
    GERM 1020 Elementary German II GER 102 Beginning German II (GE) GRMN 102 Elementary German II
    GERM 1020 Elementary German II GER 112 Intensive Beginning German II GRMN 102 Elementary German II
    GERM 1030 Elementary German I GER 101 Beginning German I (GE) GRMN 101 Elementary German I
    GERM 1040 Elementary German II GER 102 Beginning German II (GE) GRMN 102 Elementary German II
    GERM 1510 Conversational German I GER Elective Free Elective
    GERM 1520 Conversational German II GER Elective Free Elective
    GERM 1800 Mastrpcs of German Lit in Translation GER 393 Topics in German Literature Free Elective
    GERM 2010 Intermediate German I GER 103 Intermediate German I (GE) GRMN 113 Intermediate German (GE)
    GERM 2010 Intermediate German I GER 113 Intensive Intermediate German I GRMN 113 Intermediate German
    GERM 2020 Intermediate German II GER 104 Intermediate German II (GE) GRMN 114 Readings in Intermediate German
    GERM 2020 Intermediate German II GER 114 Intensive Intermediate German II GRMN 114 Readings in Intermediate German

    HISTORY

    • Students interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree in History should refer to Section 3 for a suggested program transfer plan.
    CCRI URI RIC
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe (GE) HIST 161 Western History (GE)
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I +

    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II

    HIS 112 History of Medieval Europe + (GE)

    HIS 114 History of Western Civ since 1789 (GE) 

    HIST 161 Western History (GE)
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II HIS 114 History of Western Civ since 1789 (GE) HIST 161 Western History (GE)
    HIST 1210 History of United States to 1877 HIS 141 History of United States to 1877 (GE) HIST 201 United States History to 1877
    HIST 1220 History of United States from 1877 HIS 142 History of United States since 1877 (GE) HIST 202 US History: 1877 to Present
    Free Elective HIS 132 Intro to Russian and Soviet History (GE) HIST 261 Between East/ West Russian Identy (GE)
    HIST 2230 Women in American History HIS 145 Women in American History HIST 333 Women in American History
    HIST 2240 United States History: 1919 to Present HIS 100-level Elective Free Elective
    HIST 2241 America’s Experience in Vietnam HIS 100-level Elective Free Elective
    HIST 2250 Black American History HIS 150 Introduction to Afro-American History (GE) Free Elective
    HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization HIS 171 East Asian Culture and History (GE) HIST 162 Perspect. East Asian Civilizations (GE)
    HIST 1000-Level Elective HIS 180 Introduction to Latin American Civilization (GE) Free Elective
    Free Elective HIS 177 Islamic Middle East (GE) HIST 164 Perspectives Muslim History & Civ (GE)

    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.
    CCRI URI RIC
    HMNS 1010 Orientation to Human Services HSS 120 Intro to Human Sciences and Services Free Elective
    HMNS 1040 Drugs and Human Behavior PSY 261 The Alcohol-Troubled Person PSYCH 217 Drug Use and Personal Decision Making
    HMNS 1060 Introduction to Sign Language I HDF Prof. 200-level Electv or Free Elective COMM 223 Introduction to Sign Language
    HMNS 1070 Introduction to Sign Language II Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 1080 Health Nutrition and the Young Child HDF Prof. 200-level Electv or Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 1090 Foundations of Geriatric Programming Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 1210 Field Exper & Seminar I/Child Develop HDF 203 Introduction to Work with Children
    (For Child Development majors if at preschool level.
    Otherwise PSY 305: Field Experience in Psychology)
    Free Elective
    HMNS 1220 Field Exper & Seminar I/Ed/Special Ed Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education EDC 102 Introduction to American Education (GE) FNED 340 Foundations of Education
    HMNS 2070 Charactrist & Needs of Spec Populatns EDC 402 Educ of Spec Needs Students or HDF Elect SPED 300 Intro to Education of Exceptional Children
    HMNS 2100 Child Growth and Development Skills HDF 200 Life-Span Development I Free Elective
    HMNS 2110 Intro to Social Work and Social Welfare HDF Elective SWRK 240 Introduction to Social Work and Welfare
    HMNS 2120 Curriculum for Young Children HDF 301 Curriculum for Young Children Free Elective
    HMNS 2130 Social Work Practice I Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2135 Social Work Practice II Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2140 Guiding Child’s Behavior HDF Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2150 Parent and Child Relations HDF Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2160 Prevention, Methods and Materials HLT Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2170 Learning Disabilities EDC Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2180 Mental Retardation EDC Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2200 Interviewing Skills Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2210 Family Interviewing Skills Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2220 Social Work Programs & Policy Anal Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2230 Individuals, Families and Small Groups Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2240 Social Research Methods Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2250 Social Systems, Institutions & Orgs Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2310 Field Exper & Seminar II/Child Dev Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2320 Field Exper and Seminar II/Education EDC 250 Preprof Field Experience + EDC Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2340 Fld Exp & Seminar II/Soc Wrk&Gerontol HDF 221 Working with the Aging PSYC 390 Directed Research
    HMNS 2360 Fld Exp & Seminar II/Substance Abuse Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2410 Field Exp. & Seminar III/Child Dev Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2420 Fld Exp & Sem III/Educ & Spec Needs Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2440 Fld Exp & Sem III/Soc Wrk & Gerontol Free Elective Free Elective
    HMNS 2460 Fld Exp & Sem III/Ment Hlth/Sub. Abuse Free Elective Free Elective