PROGRAM TRANSFER PLANS
Community College of Rhode Island
University of Rhode Island
Rhode Island College
  PROGRAM TRANSFER PLANS

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

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

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

Academic program transfers are effective for a period of five years to accommodate students who may be enrolled in a program part-time. Students are governed by the requirements in effect beginning the year of enrollment in the program. These requirements will remain in effect for a period of five years regardless of changes to individual course equivalencies.

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

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

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

ACCOUNTING
From: CCRI To: RIC
A.S. Business: Accounting B.S. Accounting
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS  
ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I

ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II

ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

HIST 1010 Western Civilization I or
HIST 1020 Western Civilization II

HIST 2260 East Asian Civilization

MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I

MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II

SPCH 1100 Oral Communication I
ECON 215 Introduction to Macro Economics

ECON 214 Introduction to Micro Economics

WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)


HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)
 

HIST 162 Perspective: East Asia (GE-C3) 

MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I (GE-M)

MATH 238 Quantitative Business Analysis II * (GE-SM)

COMM 208 Public Speaking

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS   
ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting 

ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting 

LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts +

LAWS 2060 Law of Real Property or
LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization or
LAWS 2080 Commercial Paper and Secured Transactions

BUSN 2050 Principles of Management

BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing

ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial

ACC T202 Principles of Accounting II: Managerial

MGT 343 Business Law +

Three Free Elective credits.
 


MGT 301 Foundations of Management

MKT 301 Introduction to Marketing

CONCENTRATION   
ACCT 2010 Intermediate Accounting I

ACCT 2020 Intermediate Accounting II

COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers


MATH 1550 Statistical Analysis I

ACCT 311 External Reporting I

ACC T312 External Reporting II

CSCI 101 First Course in Computers or (GE-SM)
CIS 251 Computers in Management

MATH 248 Business Statistics I

* Transfers for GE-SM category for Accounting, Management & Economics, and CIS majors only.

BIOLOGY
From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
A.S. Science Track B B.A. Biology/B.S. Biological Science/B.S. Marine Biology B.A. Biology
 GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS    
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 1040 World Lit. to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Lit. from 16th Cent.

FREN 1010 Elementary French I or
GERM 1010 Elementary German I

FREN 1020 Elementary French II or
GERM 1020 Elementary German II

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-C)


FRN 101 Beginning French I or (GE-F)
GER 101 Beginning German I (GE-F)

FRN 102 Beginning French II or (GE-F)
GER 102 Beginning German II (GE-F)

WRTG 101 Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)


FREN 101 Elementary French I or
GRMN 101 Elementary German I

FREN 102 Elementary French II or
GRMN 102 Elementary German II

MATH 1200 College Algebra +
MATH 1210 College Trigonometry

MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Math

MATH 1910 Calculus I

MATH 1920 Calculus II

MATH 2910 Calculus III

MTH 099 Algebra and Trigonometry


MTH 111 Pre-Calculus (GE-M)

MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus

MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus

MTH 243 Calculus

MATH 120 College Algebra +
MATH 210 College Trigonometry

MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Math (GE-M)

MATH 212 Calculus I

MATH 213 Calculus II

MATH 314 Calculus III

CONCENTRATION    
BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany +
BIOL 1040 General Biol.: Zoology

CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I


CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II


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

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

PHYS 1030 General Physics I


PHYS 1040 General Physics II

BIO 112 General Botany + 
BIO 113 General Zoology

CHM 101 General Chemistry I +
CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab

CHM 112 General Chemistry II +
CHM 114 General Chemistry II Lab

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

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

PHY 111 General Physics I +
PHY 185 General Physics I Lab

PHY 112 General Physics II +
PHY 186 General Physics II Lab

BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I + 
BIOL 102 Introduction to Biology II 

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I (GE-LS)


CHEM 104 General Chemistry II


CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I


CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II


PHYS 101 General Physics I (GE-SM)


PHYS 102 General Physics II

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
From: CCRI To: RIC
A.S. Business Administration B.S. Management, Economics, and CIS Programs
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS  
ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I

ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II

ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

HIST 1010 Western Civilization I or
HIST 1020 Western Civilization II

HIST 2260 East Asian Civilization 

MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I

MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II

SPCH 1100 Oral Communication I
ECON 215 Introduction to Macro Economics

ECON 214 Introduction to Micro Economics

WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)


HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)


HIST 162 Perspective: East Asia (GE-C3) 

MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis I (GE-M)

MATH 238 Quantitative Business Analysis II * (GE-SM)

COMM 208 Public Speaking

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS   
ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting 

ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting 

BUSN 2050 Principles of Management

BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing 

LAWS 2050 Law of Contracts +
LAWS 2060 Law of Real Property or

LAWS 2070 Law of Business Organization or

LAWS 2080 Commercial Paper and Secured Transactions

ACCT 201 Principles of Accounting I: Financial

ACCT 202 Principles of Accounting II: Managerial

MGT 301 Foundations of Management

MKT 301 Introduction to Marketing 

MGT 343 Business Law +
Three Free Elective credits.

ELECTIVES (13 credits required to complete degree.)  
A. To complete RICís General Education Program at CCRI (except Core 4): Take 5 CCRI courses meeting RICís General Education requirements (see Section 1).

B. To complete RICís General Education Program at RIC: Combine one or more courses from above (A.) with one or more of the following:

BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business

BUSN 1050 Small Business Administration

BUSN 2110 Money and Banking

COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers

GE-SB: 2 courses, different disciplines; GE-A: 1 course; GE-LS: 1 course; GE-SM: 1 course.
 
 
 
 

MGT 100 Introduction to Business

MGT 310 Small Business Management

ECON 334 Money and Banking

CSCI 101 First Course in Computers or (GE-SM)

CIS 251 Computers in Management

* Transfers for GE-SM category for Accounting, Management & Economics, and CIS majors only.

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
From: CCRI To: URI
A.A. Liberal Arts * B.S. in all Business Programs
* Students wishing to pursue a B.S. in Business Administration at URI should complete a liberal arts program at the Community College .
ENGLISH  
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century 

ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

ENG XXX *

ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

Free Elective

MATH   
MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis I

MATH 1680 Quantitative Business Analysis II

Free Elective

BAC 120 Business Analysis with Applications (GE-M)

SCIENCE   
è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany 

è BIOL 1040 General Biology: Zoology 

BIO 112 General Botany (GE-N)

BIO 113 General Zoology (GE-N)

SOCIAL SCIENCE   
ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I

è HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I 

è HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II 

ECON 202 Economic Principles (Macro) (GE-S)

HIS 113 History of Western Civilization to 1789 (GE-L)

HIS 114 History of West. Civilization from 1789 (GE-L)

LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS   
1010 Elementary Language I

1020 Elementary Language II

è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art 

101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

102 Beginning Language II (GE-F)

ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

Concentration for transferring to URI:   
ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting

ACCT 1020 Managerial Accounting 

ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II

MATH 1550 Statistical Analysis I

MATH 1560 Statistical Analysis II

ACC 201 Elementary Accounting

ACC 202 Elementary Accounting 

ECON 201 Economic Principles (Micro) (GE-S)

BAC 201 Managerial Statistics I

BAC 202 Managerial Statistics II

ELECTIVES   
BUSN 1010 Introduction to Business

ENGL 1410 Business Writing

COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers

MGT 110 Introduction to Business

WRT 227 Business Writing

BAC 110 Business Computing Applications

  * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.
è The courses listed here are options. Students are encouraged to consult the General Education section for additional course selections.

CHEMISTRY
From: CCRI To: RIC
A. S. Science Track B B.S./B.A. Chemistry
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS  
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

FREN 1010 Elementary French I or
GERM 1010 Elementary German I

FREN 1020 Elementary French II or
GERM 1020 Elementary German II

MATH 1200 College Algebra +
MATH 1210 College Trigonometry

MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus Math

MATH 1910 Calculus I

MATH 1920 Calculus II

MATH 2910 Calculus III
WRTG 101 Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)


FREN 101 Elementary French I
GERM 101 Elementary German I

FREN 102 Elementary French II
GERM 102 Elementary German II

MATH 120 College Algebra +
MATH 210 College Trigonometry

MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Math

MATH 212 Calculus I (GE-M)

MATH 213 Calculus II

MATH 314 Calculus III

CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO RIC  
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I

CHEM 1100 General Chemistry II

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

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

PHYS 1030 General Physics I

PHYS 1040 General Physics II

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I

CHEM 104 General Chemistry II

CHEM 205 Organic Chemistry I


CHEM 206 Organic Chemistry II


PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-LS)

PHYS 102 General Physics (GE-SM)

CIVIL ENGINEERING
CCRI students who wish to transfer to URIís Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in the mathematics, science, and engineering courses being transferred.
From: CCRI To: URI
A. S. Engineering B.S. Civil Engineering
ENGLISH  
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (GE-C)

MATH   
MATH 1910 Calculus I

MATH 1920 Calculus II

MATH 2910 Calculus III

MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M)

MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus

MTH 243 Multivariable Calculus

MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I

SCIENCE   
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I


GEOL 1010 General Geology

PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics +
ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics


ENGR 2150 Introduction to Electrical Engineering +
ENGR 2151 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Lab

CHM 101 General Chemistry I + (GE-N)
CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (GE-N)

GEL 103 Physical Geology (GE-N)

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I +
PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab +
MCE 263 Dynamics

PHY 204 Elementary Physics II +
PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab
SOCIAL SCIENCE  
ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I ECON 202 Economic Principles (Macro)
ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II ECON 201 Economic Principles (Micro)
LANGUAGE AND FINE ARTS   
è HIST 1210 United States History to 1877

HIST 1220 United States History from 1877

HIS 141 United States History to 1877 (GE-L)

HIS 142 United States History from 1877 (GE-L)

CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO URI  
ENGR 1020 Introduction to Engineering and Technology 

ENGR 2050 Engineering Mechanics

ENGR 2160 Introduction to Engineering Analysis

ENGR 2540 Mechanics of Materials

ENGT 1060 Basic Autocad +
ENGT 1070 Advanced Autocad +
ENGT 2080 Autocad 3-D

EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I

MCE 262 Statics

EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II

CVE 220 Mechanics of Materials

CVE 250 Introduction to CADD for Civil Engineers

è For alternative selections, refer to Section 1: General Education.

EDUCATION -- Art Education/Teacher Preparation (K-12)
RIC requires all students who wish to transfer Art 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.
From: CCRI To: RIC
A. F. A. Art  B.S. Art Education
ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century
ENGL 2010 Composition II

HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I and
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II

HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization
ENGL 161 Core 1: Western Literature
 


HIST 161 Core 2: Western History


HIST 162 Core 3: Perspectives on East Asia 

Refer to Rhode Island College General Education section for a selection of applicable courses. One course Core 4: Critical Inquiry into Cultural Issues
Two courses (SB) Social and Behavioral Science (different disciplines)
One course (LS) Laboratory Science
One course (M) Mathematics
One course (SM) Additional Mathematics or Science
COMPETENCIES
ENGL 1010 Composition I Students transferring to RIC must have a 480 or better on quantitative SAT, MATH 1670, 1680, 1700 + 1710, 1800, 1900, 1910, 1920 or 2910, or pass the RIC mathematics placement exam. WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

MATH 010 Basic Mathematics Competency, MATH 177 or higher, 480 or better on Quantitative SAT 1, or pass RIC Math competency.

REQUIRED COURSES  
ARTS 1010 Drawing I

ARTS 1310 Basic 2-D Design I

ARTS 1100 Drawing III

ARTS 1410 3-D Design I 

ARTS 1330 Survey of Art (Ancient/Neo-Classical)
ARTS 1220 Survey of Art (Modern)
 
 


ARTS 2010 Painting I

ARTS 1440 Ceramics I

ARTS 1030 Introduction to Print Making

ARTS 2210 Sculpture I
 


ARTS 2020 Painting II

ARTS 2220 Sculpture II

ART 101 Drawing I: General Drawing

ART 104 2-D Design

ART 105 Drawing II

ART 114 Design II

ART 204 Synthesis/3-D Emphasis
ART 231 Prehistoric to Renaissance Art
ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)
PHIL 230 Aesthetics
2 courses from ART 331-334, 336-338, 361

ART 202 Painting I

ART 206 Ceramics

ART 208 Printmaking

ART 215 Sculpture I
ART 383 Workshop in Media and Materials or
ART 394 Studio III: Topic

ART 302 Painting II

ART 315 Sculpture II
One course in computer graphics
One additional 200-300 studio course

PROFESSIONAL SEQUENCE   
PSYCH 2070 Educational Psychology

HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education

CEP 215 Educational Psychology

FNED 340 Foundations in Education

Refer to the RIC Catalogue for additional professional sequence courses required for the degree completion.

EDUCATION -- Elementary Education
The following course sequence is common to all Elementary Education curricula. For a list of required courses in the professional sequence specific to each curriculum see an Academic Advisor and refer to the Rhode Island College Catalogue.
From: CCRI To: RIC
A. A. Liberal Arts or General Studies B. S. or B. A. Elementary Education
GENERAL EDUCATION  
ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I or
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II

HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization


PSYCH 2010 General Psychology

PSYCH 2070 Educational Psychology

SOCS 1010 General Sociology or

Refer to General Education section.


è FREN(SPAN) 1010/1030 Elementary Language I or
FREN(SPAN) 1020/1040 Elementary Language II or
FREN(SPAN) 2010/2030 Intermediate Language I

BIO 1040 General Biology-Zoology
 
 


PHYS 1000 Physical Sciences +
CHEM 1000 Chemistry of Our Environment 

ENGL 161 Core 1: Western Literature


HIST 161 Core 2: Western History


HIST 162 Core 3: Perspectives on East Asia 
One course Core 4: Critical Inquiry into Cultural Issues

PSYC 113 General Psychology

CEP 215 Educational Psychology

SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior or (GE-SB)

Refer to General Education section.


FREN(SPAN) 101 Elementary Language I
FREN(SPAN) 102 Elementary Language II
FREN(SPAN) 113 Intermediate Language I (GE-SB)

BIOL 109 Fundamental Concepts in Biology (GE-LS)

MATH 143 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers I
MATH 144 Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers II

PSCI 103 Physical Sciences (GE-LS)
COMPETENCIES
ENGL 1010 Composition I Students transferring to RIC must have a 480 or better on quantitative SAT I or MATH 1670, 1680, 1700 + 1710, 1800, 1900, 1910, 1920 or 2910, or pass the RIC mathematics placement exam. WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

MATH 010 Basic Mathematics Competency, MATH 177 or higher, 480 or better on Quantitative SAT 1, or pass RIC Math competency.

REQUIRED COURSES   
ENGL 2200 Childrenís Literature

HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education
ENGL 210 Childrenís Literature

FNED 340 Foundations of Education
See Academic Advisor and course catalogues for additional required courses specific to:

Elementary Education/Early Childhood

Elementary Education/General

Elementary Education/Middle School

è Only Liberal Arts majors have language requirement.

EDUCATION -- Secondary Education
The following course sequence is common to all Secondary Education curricula. For a list of required courses in the professional sequence specific to each curriculum see an Academic Advisor and refer to the Rhode Island College Catalogue.
From: CCRI To: RIC
A. A. Liberal Arts or General Studies B. A. Secondary Education
GENERAL EDUCATION  
ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I or
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II

HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization


Refer to Rhode Island College General Education section for a selection of applicable courses. Specific Secondary Education majors may satisfy some of these requirements with program requirements. 

See an academic advisor for specific information.

ENGL 161 Core 1: Western Literature


HIST 161 Core 2: Western History


HIST 162 Core 3: Perspectives on East Asian
One course Core 4: Critical Inquiry into Cultural Issues

Two courses (SB) Social and Behavioral Science (different disciplines)
One course (A) Visual and Performing Arts
One course (LS) Laboratory Science
One course (M) Mathematics
One course (SM) Additional Mathematics or Science

COMPETENCIES
ENGL 1010 Composition I Students transferring to RIC must have a 480 or better on quantitative SAT I, MATH 1670, 1680, 1700 + 1710, 1800, 1900, 1910, 1920 or 2910, or pass the RIC mathematics placement exam. WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

MATH 010 Basic mathematics competency, 480 or better on Quantitative SAT I, pass RIC mathematics competency exam, or MATH 177 or higher

REQUIRED COURSES   
PSYC 2070 Educational Psychology

HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education

CEP 215 Educational Psychology

FNED 340 Foundations of Education

Refer to the RIC Catalogue for additional courses required for the degree specific toĖ
Secondary Education/Biology Teacher
Secondary Education/Chemistry Teacher
Secondary Education/English Teacher
Secondary Education /History Teacher
Secondary Education /Mathematics Teacher
Secondary Education /General Science Teacher
Secondary Education /Physics Teacher
Secondary Education /Spanish Teacher
Secondary Education /French Teacher
Secondary Education /Social Studies Teacher (all areas)

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
CCRI students who wish to transfer to URIís Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in the mathematics, science, and engineering courses being transferred.
From: CCRI To: URI
A. S. Engineering B.S. Electrical Engineering
ENGLISH  
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (GE-C)

MATH   
MATH 1910 Calculus I

MATH 1920 Calculus II

MATH 2910 Calculus III

MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M)

MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus

MTH 243 Multivariable Calculus

MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I

SCIENCE   
CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I
 

PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics +
ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics

ENGR 2150 Introduction to Electrical Engineering

ENGR 2151 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Lab

PHYS 2820 Modern Physics I

CHM 101 General Chemistry I + (GE-N)
CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (GE-N)

PHY 203 Elementary Physics I +
PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab

PHY 204 Elementary Physics II

PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab

PHY 341 Introduction to Modern Physics

LIBERAL ARTS ELECTIVES   
è HIST 1210 United States History to 1877

HIST 1220 United States History from 1877

HIS 141 United States History to 1877 (GE-L)

HIS 142 United States History from 1877 (GE-L)

CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO URI  
ENGR 1020 Introduction to Engineering and Technology 

ENGR 2160 Introduction to Engineering Analysis

MATH 1510 Programming in "C++"

ENGR 2320 Digital Electronics
 

ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory

ENGR 2621 Linear Circuit Lab

ENGR 2520 Microprocessor and Microcomputer

EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I

EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II

CSC 200 Introduction to Computing

ELE 201 Digital Circuit Design +
ELE 202 Digital Circuit Design Lab

ELE 212 Linear Circuit Theory

ELE 215 Linear Circuit Lab

ELE 205 Microprocessor Lab

è For alternative selections, refer to Section 1: General Education.

ENGLISH
From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
A.A. Liberal Arts B.A. English B.A. English
ENGLISH     
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

ENG XXX *

ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)


Free Elective

WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

Free Elective

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)


Free Elective

MATH     
è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)


MATH 108 Topics in Math

STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

General Education: Math Systems (GE-M)


MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

MATH 240 Statistical Methods

SCIENCE     
è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

è 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-SM)

SOCIAL SCIENCE     
POLS 1010 American National Government
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIST 1210 U. S. History I
HIST 1220 U. S. History II
PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
1010 Elementary Language I

1020 Elementary Language II

è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

101 Beginning Language I (GE-F)

102 Beginning Language II (GE-F)

ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

101 Elementary Language I

102 Elementary Language II

ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

CONCENTRATION    
ENGL 1030 British Literature I

ENGL 2030 British Literature II

ENG 251 British Literature I

ENG 252 British Literature II

ENGL 205 Backgrounds: British Lit. to 1800

ENGL 206 Backgrounds: British Lit. from 1800

  * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to both URI and RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, student should refer to Section 1: General Education.

FRENCH
From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
A.A. Lib.Arts, Forgn Lang. Concentration B.A. French B.A. French
ENGLISH     
ENGL 1010 Composition I

ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

ENG XXX *

ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

Free Elective

WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

Free Elective

ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

Free Elective

MATH     
è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and
è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

MATH 108 Topics in Math

STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

General Education: Math Systems (GE-M)

MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

MATH 240 Statistical Methods

SCIENCE     
è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

è 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-SM)

SOCIAL SCIENCE     
POLS 1010 American National Government
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIST 1210 U. S. History I
HIST 1220 U. S. History II
PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
and--------------------------------------------------------
HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

or ----------------------------------------------------------
HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
1010 Elementary Language I

(One of the required language courses is fulfilled in the concentration.)

ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

101 Elementary Language I

ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

CONCENTRATION PRE-REQUISITES PRE-REQUISITES
FREN 1010 Elementary French I

FREN 1020 Elementary French II

FREN 2010 Intermediate French I

FREN 2020 Intermediate French II

1020 Elementary Language II

FRN 101 Beginning French I

FRN 102 Beginning French II

FRN 103 Intermediate French I

FRN 104 Intermediate French II

FREN 101 Elementary French I

FREN 102 Elementary French II

FREN 113 Intermediate French I

FREN 114 Readings in Intermediate French

ELECTIVES    
è SOC 1010 General Sociology  SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society & Social Behavior (GE-SB)
  * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
  • Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.
  • HISTORY
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib.Arts, History Concentration B.A. History B.A. History
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

    è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Math Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods

    SCIENCE     
    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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and---------- URI Option --------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ---------- RIC Option -----------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 2260 History of East Asian Civilization
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    ------------------------------------------------------------------

    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 162 Perspective of E. Asian Civ. (GE-C3)
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F)

    102 Beginning Language II (GE-F)

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    102 Elementary Language II

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    HIST 1210 US History to 1877

    HIST 1220 US History from 1877

    HIST 2250 History of Black America

    HIS 141 US History to 1877 (GE-L)

    HIS 142 US History from 1877

    AAF/HIS150 Intro to Afro-Amer. History (GE-L)

    HIST 201 History of US to 1877

    HIST 202 History of US from 1877

    Free Elective

    ELECTIVES     
    è SOC 1010 General Sociology SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    HUMAN SERVICES/HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES
    From: CCRI To: URI
    A. A. Human Services/Early Childhood Ed/Child Development B.S. HDF: Early Childhood Education
    GENERAL EDUCATION  
    BIOL 1040 General Zoology

    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2200 Childrenís Literature

    HIST 1010 History of Western Civilization I

    MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts

    MUSC 1160 Introduction to Music

    PSYCH 1970 Human Relations Seminar

    PSYCH 2010 General Psychology

    PSYCH 2030 Developmental Psychology

    PSYCH 2070 Educational Psychology

    SOCS 1010 General Sociology

    SPCH 1100 Oral Communications I

    BIO 113 General Zoology (GE-N)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    HDF 302 Childrenís Literature

    HIS 113 Western Civilization I (GE-L)

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MUS 101 Introduction to Music (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    PSY 113 General Psychology (GE-S)

    PSY 232 Developmental Psychology (Free Elective) (GE-S)

    EDC 312 The Psychology of Learning

    SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S)

    COM 101 Fundamentals of Oral Communications (GE-C)

    CONCENTRATION   
    HMNS 1010 Orientation to Human Services

    HMNS 1210 Field Experience & Seminar I

    HMNS 2070 Characteristics & Needs of Special Populations

    HMNS 2100 Child Growth & Development Skills

    HMNS 2120 Curriculum for Early Childhood Education

    HMNS 2150 Parent and Child Relations

    HMNS 2320 Field Experience & Seminar II

    HMNS 2410 Field Experience & Seminar III

    HSS 120 Introduction to Human Science and Services

    HDF 203 Introduction to Work with Children

    EDC 402 Education of Special Needs Students

    HDF 200 Life Span Development I

    HDF 301 Curriculum for Young Children

    HDF Elective

    EDC 250 Professional Field Experience

    HDF Elective

    ELECTIVES   
    HMNS 2060 Introduction to Education EDC 102 Introduction to American Education (GE-SS)

    ITALIAN
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib.Arts, Forgn Lang. Concentration B.A. Italian B.A. Italian
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

    MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Math Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods

    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    è 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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I*

    (One of the required language courses is fulfilled in the concentration.)

    ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I* (GE-F) 

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary LanguageI*

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION PRE-REQUISITES PRE-REQUISITES
    ITAL 1010 Elementary Italian I

    ITAL 1020 Elementary Italian II

    ITAL 2010 Intermediate Italian I

    ITAL 2020 Intermediate Italian II

    1020 Elementary Language II*

    ITL 101 Beginning Italian I

    ITL 102 Beginning Italian II

    ITL 103 Intermediate Italian I

    ITL 104 Intermediate Italian II

    ITAL 101 Elementary Italian I

    ITAL 102 Elementary Italian II

    ITAL 113 Intermediate Italian I

    ITAL 114 Readings in Intermediate Italian

    ELECTIVES    
    è SOC 1010 General Sociology  SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    MATHEMATICS
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib. Arts, Math Concentration B.A. & B.S. Mathematics B.A. Mathematics
    ENGLISH    
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    WRTG100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    SCIENCE    
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    PHYS 1030 General Physics I

    BIO 112 General Botany (GE-N)

    PHYS 111 General Physics I (GE-N)

    BIOL 101 Introduction to Biology I (GE-LS)

    PHYS 101 General Physics (GE-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language II (GE-F)

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    102 Elementary Language II

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION     
    Track A: Competency-based

    MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus

    MATH 1910 Calculus I

    MATH 1920 Calculus II

    MATH 2910 Calculus III

    MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering

    MATH 1550 Statistics I

    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming

    MATH 111 Pre-Calculus

    MATH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M)

    MATH 142 Intermediate Calculus

    MATH 243 Multivariable Calculus

    MATH 362 Advanced Engineering Math I

    STA 308 Introduction to Statistics or

    BAC 201 Managerial Statistics I

    CSC 201 Introduction to Computers

    MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

    MATH 212 Calculus and Analytical Geometry I

    MATH 213 Calculus and Analytical Geometry II

    MATH 314 Calculus and Analytical Geometry III

    Free Elective

    MATH 248 Business Statistics I

    CSCI 201 Computer Program I

    CONCENTRATION    
    Track B: Competency-based

    MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts

    MATH 1475 Statistics for SS

    MATH 1200 College Algebra +

    MATH 1210 College Trigonometry

    MATH 1900 Pre-Calculus

    MATH 1550 Statistics I

    MATH 1510 Scientific Programming (C++)

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    MATH 099 Algebra and Trigonometry

    MATH 111 Pre-Calculus

    STA 308 Introduction to Statistics or

    BAC 202 Managerial Statistics I

    CSC 201 Introduction to Computers

    General Education: Math Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods I

    MATH 120 Intermediate Algebra +

    MATH 210 College Trigonometry

    MATH 209 Pre-Calculus Mathematics

    MATH 248 Business Statistics I

    CS CI201 Computer Programming I

    ELECTIVES     
    è SOC 1010 General Sociology SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
    è PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 200 Problems of Philosophy
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
    CCRI students who wish to transfer to URIís Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering must have a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in the mathematics, science, and engineering courses being transferred.
    From: CCRI To: URI
    A. S. Engineering B.S. Electrical Engineering
    ENGLISH  
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2100 Technical Report Writing

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-EC)

    WRT 333 Scientific and Technical Writing (GE-EC)

    MATH   
    MATH 1910 Calculus I

    MATH 1920 Calculus II

    MATH 2910 Calculus III

    MATH 2990 Advanced Engineering Mathematics

    MTH 141 Introduction to Calculus (GE-M)

    MTH 142 Intermediate Calculus

    MTH 243 Multivariable Calculus

    MTH 362 Advanced Engineering Mathematics I

    SCIENCE   
    CHEM 1030 General Chemistry I
     

    PHYS 1100 Engineering Physics +
    ENGR 2060 Engineering Mechanics-Dynamics

    ENGR 2150 Introduction to Electrical Engineering
    ENGR 2151 Introduction to Electrical Engineering Lab

    CHM 101 General Chemistry I + (GE-NS)
    CHM 102 General Chemistry I Lab (GE-NS)

    PHY 203 Elementary Physics I +
    PHY 273 Elementary Physics I Lab +

    MCE 263 Dynamics
    PHY 204 Elementary Physics II
    PHY 274 Elementary Physics II Lab

    SOCIAL SCIENCE   
    ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I

    ECON 2020 Principles of Economics II

    ECON 202 Economic Principles (Macro) (GE-SS)

    ECON 201 Economic Principles (Micro) (GE-SS)

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS   
    HIST 1210 United States History to 1877

    HIST 1220 United States History from 1877

    HIS 141 United States History to 1877 (GE-L)

    HIS 142 United States History since 1877 (GE-L)

    CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO URI  
    ENGR 1020 Introduction to Engineering and Technology 

    ENGR 2160 Introduction to Engineering Analysis

    ENGR 1030 Engineering Graphics 

    ENGR 2050 Engineering Mechanics-Statics

    ENGR 2620 Linear Circuit Theory

    ENGR 2540 Mechanics of Materials

    EGR 105 Foundations of Engineering I 

    EGR 106 Foundations of Engineering II

    MCE 201 Graphics for Engineers

    MCE 262 Statics

    ELE 220 Passive and Active Circuits

    CVE 220 Mechanics of Materials

    MUSIC
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.F.A. B.M. Music Education B.A. Music or B.S. Music Education
    GENERAL EDUCATION    
    1010 Elementary Language I
    1020 Elementary Language II

    èARTS 1010 Drawing I

    ENGL 1010 Composition I
     

    ENGL 1040 World Litrature to 16th Century or
    ENGL 2040 World Lit. from 16th Century

    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilation I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
     
     

    MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students

    èTHEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre

    101 Elementary Language I (GE-F)
    102 Elementary Language II (GE-F)

    ART 207 Drawing I (GE-A)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)
     

    ENGL 160 Literatures of the World (GE-C)
     

    HIST 113 West Civ Late Mid Ages to 1798 (GE-L)
    HIST 114 Western Civilization from 1789 (GE-L)

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    THTR 100 Introduction to Theatre (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I
    102 Elementary Language II

    ART 101 Drawing I (GE)

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing (GE)

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE)
     

    HIST 161 Western History (GE)
     
     
     

    General Education: Mathematics Systems (GE)

    THETR 240 Appreciation & Enjoyment of Theatre (GE)

    CONCENTRATION    
    MUSC XXXX Applied Music (Major Instrument) (8 cr)

    MUSC 1030 Voice or
    MUSC 1130 + 1135 Strings I & II or
    MUSC 1040 + 1045 Woodwinds I & II

    MUSC 1050 Music Before 1750 +
    MUSC 1060 Music After 1750

    MUSC 1140 Piano Class I
    MUSC 1145 Piano Class II

    MUSC 1150 Brass Class I +
    MUSC 1155 Brass Class II

    4 credits of the following Ė

    MUSC 1200 Chamber Ensemble or
    MUSC 1210 Chorus or
    MUSC 1220 Chamber Singers

    MUSC 1700 Music Theory I + 
    MUSC 1710 Sight Singing I
    MUSC 1800 Music Theory II +
    MUSC 1810 Sight Singing II

    MUSC 2700 Music Theory III +
    MUSC 2710 Sight Singing III

    MUSC 2800 Chrom/Modern Theory IV +
    MUSC 2810 Sight Singing IV

    MUS 110-210 Applied Music (by audition)
     

    MUS 173 Voice Class *
    MUS 175 Strings Class *
    MUS 177 Woodwind Class *

    MUS 221 Music History I + *
    MUS 222 Music History II *

    MUS 171 Piano Class I
    MUS 172 Piano Class II

    MUS 179 Brass Class *
     
     
     

    MUS 399 Chamber Ensembles 
    MUS 293 University Chorus
    MUS 295 Concert Chorus

    MUS 131 Introduction to the Music Profession *
    MUS 121 Music Theory I + *
    MUS 122 Ear Training/Sight Singing I *
     

    MUS 225 Music Theory II + *
    MUS 226 Ear Training/Sight Singing II *

    MUS 227 Music Theory III + *
    MUS 228 Ear Training/Sight Singing III *

    MUS 270-288 Applied Music
     

    MUS 107 Class Voice
    MUS 106 Class Strings
    MUS 111 Woodwind Class

    MUS 207 Int. Music Literature
     

    MUS 104 Class Piano I
    Free Elective

    MUS 110 Brass Class
     
     
     

    MUS 164 Chamber Ensemble
    MUS 161 Chorus
    MUS 166 Chamber Singing

    US 230 Music Theory I +
    MUS 231 Sight Singing and Ear Training I
     
     

    MUS 232 Music Theory II +
    MUS 233 Sight Singing and Ear Training II

    MUS 234 Music Theory III +
    MUS 235 Sight Singing and Ear Training III

    MUS 236 Music Theory IV +
    MUS 237 Sight Singing and Ear Training IV

    è There are alternatives for many of the courses listed above. For additional options, refer to Section 1: General Education.
    * Variable credit awarded by examination or audition. See Department Chair at URI for credit evaluation.

    NURSING
    • Rhode Island College assures acceptance into the Department of Nursing of all students who graduate with an Associate Degree in Nursing, who hold a minimum grade point average of 2.5 and a license to practice as a Registered Nurse. 
    • Credit will be transferred from all Nursing and non-Nursing courses in which a "C" or better has been earned. Students can complete the Bachelorís program at RIC in two years if they study full-time.
    From: CCRI To:RIC
    A. S. Nursing B.S. Nursing
    GENERAL EDUCATION  
    CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I

    BIOL 1010 Human Anatomy

    BIOL 1020 Human Physiology

    BIOL 2210 Introductory Microbiology

    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century or
    ENGL 2040 World Literature from 16th Century

    HIST 1010 Western Civilization I or
    HIST 1020 Western Civilization II

    PSYCH 2010 General Psychology

    PSYCH 2030 Developmental Psychology

    PSYCH 2110 Abnormal Psychology

    CHEM 105 General, Organic and Biological Chemistry I (GE-LS)

    BIOL 231 Human Anatomy (GE-LS)

    BIOL 335 Human Physiology (GE-SM)

    BIOL 348 Microbiology

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)
     

    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)
     

    PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (GE-SB)

    PSYC 230 Human Development

    PSYC 354 Abnormal Psychology

    CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO RIC
    HEAL 1000 Introduction to Health Careers

    NURS 1010 Nursing I

    NURS 1020 Nursing II

    ADNU 2040 Nursing IV

    ADNU 2050 Nursing V

    31 Nursing Electives
    Remaining Requirements in the Major are:
    NURS 219 (Challenge Exam)
    NURS 316, NURS 207
    NURS 330, NURS 331, NURS 332, NURS 333
    Cognates: Chemistry 106

    NURSING
    • The University of Rhode Island assures acceptance into the College of Nursing of all students who graduate with an Associate Degree in Nursing who have earned a minimum grade point average of 2.4. Students will enter the University as juniors and will be able to complete the Bachelorís degree in two years of full-time study. 
    • A valid Rhode Island RN license is also required.Transfer credit is given only for courses in which a minimum grade of "C" has been earned.
    From: CCRI To: URI
    A. S. Nursing B.S. Nursing
    GENERAL EDUCATION  
    BIOL 1010 Human Anatomy

    BIOL 1020 Human Physiology 

    BIOL 2210 Introduction to Microbiology

    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    PSYCH 2010 General Psychology 

    PSY 2030 Developmental Psychology

    BIO 121 Human Anatomy

    BIO 242 Human Physiology +

    BIO 244 Human Physiology Lab

    MIC 201 Introduction to Medical Microbiology

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    PSY 113 General Psychology

    PSY 232 Developmental Psychology (GE-S)

    CONCENTRATION FOR TRANSFERRING TO URI  
    HEAL 1000 Introduction to Health Careers

    NURS 1010 Nursing I

    NURS 1020 Nursing II

    ADNU 2040 Nursing IV

    ADNU 2050 Nursing V

    Free Elective

    NUR 1XX (32 credits)
     
     
     
     

     

    RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES  
    CHEM 1180 Health Science Chemistry I
     

    MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Sciences

    SOCS 1010 General Sociology

    HEAL 1040 Pharmacology for Patient Care I +
    HEAL 1050 Pharmacology for Patient Care II

    CHM 103 Introduction to Chemistry +
    CHM 105 Introduction to Chemistry Lab

    STA 220 Statistics and Modern Society

    SOC 100 General Sociology

    BMS 225 Pharmacology and Therapeutics I +
    BMS 226 Pharmacology and Therapeutics II

    PHILOSOPHY
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib. Arts, Philos. Concentration B.A. Philosophy B.A. Philosophy
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and
    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or
    è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science
    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math
    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)
    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics
    MATH 240 Statistical Methods
    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    è 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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS    
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language I (GE-F)

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    101 Elementary Language I

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy

    PHIL 2040 Logic

    PHIL 2030 Ethics

    PHIL 2020 Philosophy of Religion

    PHIL 2070 Honors: American Thought

    PHIL 2080 Honors: Philosophy and Human Nature

    PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy

    PHL 101 Logic: Principles of Reasoning 

    PHL 212 Ethics 

    PHL 328 The Philosophy of Religion

    PHL 325 American Philosophy

    PHL 204 Theories of Human Nature

    PHIL 200 Problems of Philosophy

    PHIL 205 Introduction to Logic

    PHIL 206 Ethics

    PHIL 241 Philosophy of Religion

    PHIL 300 American Philosophy

    PHIL Elective

    ELECTIVES     
    è SOC 1010 General Sociology SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    POLITICAL SCIENCE 
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Liberal Arts B.A. Political Science B.A. Political Science
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-E)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

    MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods

    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    è 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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS    
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language I (GE-F)

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    102 Elementary Language I

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    POLS 1110 Modern Political Ideologies

    POLS 1210 International Relations

    POLS 2030 State and Local Government

    PSC 240 Major Political Ideology

    PSC 116 International Politics

    PSC 221 State and Local Government

    POL 204 Introduction to Political Thought

    POL 203 Global Politics

    POL 306 State and Local Government

    ELECTIVES     
    POLS 2030 Americaís Political Parties PSC 365 Political Parties and Practical Politics POL 353 Parties, Interest Groups and Media
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    PSYCHOLOGY
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib. Arts, Psych. Concentration B.A. Psychology B.A. Psychology
    ENGLISH    
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

    è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods

    SCIENCE    
    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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language II (GE-F)

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    102 Elementary Language II

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    PSYC 2010 General Psychology

    PSYC 2020 Social Psychology

    PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology

    PSYC 2110 Abnormal Psychology

    PSYC 2120 Foundations of Psych. Research

    To be taken at URI.

    PSY 113 General Psychology

    PSY 335 Psychology of Social Behavior

    PSY 232 Developmental Psychology

    PSY 254 Behavior Probs & Personality Disorders

    Free Elective

    PSY 300 Quantitative Methods in Psychology**

    PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (GE-SB)

    PSYC 215 Social Psychology

    PSYC 230 Human Development

    PSYC 354 Abnormal Psychology

    PSYC 221 Foundations of Psychological Research

    ELECTIVES     
    è PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHL 103 Introduction to Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 200 Problems of Philosophy
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.

    ** Students must complete this course prior to being accepted into the Psychology program.

     
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    RADIOGRAPHY
    From: CCRI To: RIC
    A.A.S. Radiography B.S. Radiologic Technology
    All X-Ray courses transfer as a block. Successful completion of the A.A.S. degree and the American Registry of Radiology Technologists are required for admission to the Bachelorís program in Radiologic Technology at RIC.

    RETAIL MANAGEMENT
    From: CCRI To: URI
    A.S. Retail Management: Fashion Merchandising B.S. Textiles, Fashion Merchandising & Design
    GENERAL EDUCATION  
    ACCT 1010 Financial Accounting

    BUSN 2050 Principles of Management

    BUSN 2060 Principles of Marketing

    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    MATH 1670 Quantitative Business Analysis

    PSYC 1050 Applied Business Psychology

    SPCH 1100 Oral Communication

    ACC 201 Elementary Accounting

    MGT 1XX or MGT 301 by exam

    MKT 1XX or MGT 301 by exam

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-EC)

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-FA)

    MATH 177 Quantitative Business Analysis (GE-M)

    Free Elective

    COM 101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication (GE-EC)

    Concentration   
    BUSN 1100 Cooperative Work Experience I

    BUSN 1200 Cooperative Work Experience II

    BUSN 2350 Human Resource Management

    BUSN 1100 Sales

    BUSN 1130 Advertising Principles

    BUSN 1230 Retailing

    BUSN 1240 Retail Advertising/Sales Promotion

    BUSN 1270 Fashion Analysis

    BUSN 1320 Credit Management

    BUSN 2310 Fashion Merchandising

    BUSN 2420 Retail Buying

    Free Elective

    Free Elective

    Free Elective or MGT 303 by exam

    Free Elective

    Free Elective, MKT 331 by exam, or TMD elective

    Free Elective

    Free Elective

    TMD 224 Clothing and Human Behavior

    Free Elective

    TMD 232 Fashion Retailing

    TMD 332 Fashion Merchandise Buying

    Students may wish to enroll an extra semester at CCRI and are encouraged to select CHEM 1180, 1190, ECON 2010, 2020 and ARTS 1000.

    SOCIAL WORK 
    Students may be required to take additional mathematics courses as pre-requisites to the mathematics requirements listed below.
    CCRI RIC
    A.A. Human Services, Social Work Concentration B.S.W. 
    GENERAL EDUCATION   
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    PSYC 2010 General Psychology

    MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts or 

    MATH 1470 Topics in Mathematics

    SOCS 1010 General Sociology or 
    SOCS 2050 Social Problems

    BIOL 1010 Human Anatomy

    ECON 2010 Principles of Economics I

    ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century 

    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Literature

    POLS 1010 American National Government

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    PSYC 110 Introduction to Psychology (GE-SB)

    General Ed: Mathematical Systems 

    MATH 139 Contemp. Topics in Math (GE-M)

    SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior or 
    SOC 211 Social Problems (GE-SB)

    BIOL 231 Human Anatomy (BSW BIOL cognate)

    ECON 215 Introduction to Macroeconomics (BSW ECON cognate)

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    PSOL202 American Government (BSW PS cognate)

    CONCENTRATION  
    PSYC 2020 Social Psychology

    PSYC 2030 Developmental Psychology

    HMNS 1010 Orientation to Human Services

    HMNS 1040 Drugs and Human Behavior

    HMNS 2110 Intro to Social Work & Social Welfare

    HMNS 2130 Social Work Practice I
    HMNS 2135 Social Work Practice II or 
    HMNS 2230 Individuals, Families and Small Groups
     

    HMNS 2200 Interviewing Skills

    PSYC 215 Social Psychology

    PSYC 230 Human Development

    Free Elective

    PSYC 217 Drug Use and Personal Decisions 

    SWRK 240 Introduction to Social Work and Social Welfare

    Free Elective 
    Free Elective or
    SWRK 324 Humn Behavr in Socl Environs: Individuals, Fams & Small Grps 

    Free Elective

    HUMAN SERVICE FIELD PLACEMENT  
    HMNS 1200 Human Service Practicum I

    HMNS 2340 Field Experience and Seminar II

    HMNS 2440 Field Experience and Seminar III

    Substitutes for 50-hour Human Service Experience.
    ELECTIVE  
    COMI 1100 Introduction to Computers CSCI Introduction to Computers (GE-SM)

    SOCIOLOGY
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib. Arts, Sociology Concentration B.A. Sociology B.A. Sociology
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and
    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or
    è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science
    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math
    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)
    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics
    MATH 240 Statistical Methods
    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany
    è 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-SM)
    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language II (GE-F) 

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    101 Elementary Language I

    102 Elementary Language II

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    SOCS 1010 General Sociology

    SOCS 2030 Urban Sociology

    SOCS 2050 Social Problems

    SOCS 2020 Marriage and Family

    SOCS 2110 Introduction to Anthropology

    SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S)

    SOC 214 Urban Sociology

    SOC 102 Issues in Contemporary Amer. Society

    SOC 212 The Family

    APG 203 Cultural Anthropology

    SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)

    SOC 204 Urban Sociology

    SOC 211 Social Problems

    SOC 202 The Family

    ANTH 201 Intro. to Cultural Anthropology

    ELECTIVES     
    PHIL 1010 Introduction to Philosophy PHL Introduction to Philosophy (GE-L) PHIL 200 Problems of Philosophy
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.

    SPANISH LANGUAGE 
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Lib.Arts, Forgn Lang. Concentration B.A. Spanish B.A. Spanish
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and

    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or

    MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science

    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math

    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)

    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics

    MATH 240 Statistical Methods

    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    è 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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    FRN 1010 Elementary French I

    (One of the required language courses is fulfilled in the concentration.)

    ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art

    FRN 101 Beginning French I (GE-F) 

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-A)

    FREN 101 Elementary French I

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION PRE-REQUISITES PRE-REQUISITES
    SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish I

    SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish II

    SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I

    SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II

    FREN 1020 Elementary French II

    SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I

    SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II

    SPA 103 Intermediate Spanish I

    SPA 104 Intermediate Spanish II

    FRN 102 Elementary French II (GE-F)

    SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish I

    SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish II

    SPAN 113 Intermediate Spanish I

    SPAN 114 Readings in Intermediate Spanish

    FREN 102 Elementary French II

    ELECTIVES    
    è SOC 1010 General Sociology  SOC 100 General Sociology (GE-S) SOC 200 Society and Social Behavior (GE-SB)
      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)

    THEATRE
    From: CCRI To: URI To: RIC
    A.A. Liberal Arts B.F.A./B.A. Theatre B.A. Theatre
    ENGLISH     
    ENGL 1010 Composition I

    ENGL 2015 Composition II for Liberal Arts

    è ENGL 1040 World Literature to 16th Century

    ENGL 1050 (If necessary)

    WRT 101 Composition I (GE-C)

    ENG XXX *

    ENG 160 Literatures of the World (GE-A)

    Free Elective

    WRTG 100 Introduction to Academic Writing

    Free Elective

    ENGL 161 Western Literature (GE-C1)

    Free Elective

    MATH     
    è MATH 1430 Math for Liberal Arts Students and
    è MATH 1470 Topics in Math or
    è MATH 1475 Statistics for Social Science
    MATH 107 Introduction to Finite Math (GE-M)

    MATH 108 Topics in Math
    STA 220 Statistics in Modern Society

    General Education: Mathematical Systems (GE-M)
    MATH 139 Contemporary Topics
    MATH 240 Statistical Methods
    SCIENCE     
    è BIOL 1030 General Biology: Botany

    è 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-SM)

    SOCIAL SCIENCE     
    POLS 1010 American National Government
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1010 Survey of Western Civilization I
    HIST 1020 Survey of Western Civilization II
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 1210 U. S. History I
    HIST 1220 U. S. History II
    PSC 113 American Politics (GE-S)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 113 History of Western Civiliz. to 1789
    HIS 114 History of West. Civiliz. from 1789
    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIS 141 History of U. S. to 1877
    HIS 142 History of U. S. from 1877
    POL 202 American Government (GE-SB)
    and--------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 161 Western History (GE-C2)

    or ----------------------------------------------------------
    HIST 201 U. S. History to 1877
    HIST 202 U. S. History from 1877

    LANGUAGE & FINE ARTS     
    1010 Elementary Language I

    1020 Elementary Language II

    è ARTS 1220 Survey of Modern Art
    101 Beginning Language I (GE-F) 

    102 Beginning Language II (GE-F) 

    ARH 252 Introduction to Art History (GE-FA&L)

    101 Beginning Language

    102 Beginning Language II 

    ART 232 Renaissance to Modern Art (GE-A)

    CONCENTRATION    
    THEA 1080 Introduction to Costume
    THEA 1090 Introduction to Theatre

    THEA 1120 Stagecraft
    THEA 1130 Origins of Theatre
    THEA 1140 Acting I
    THEA 1160 Movement and Dance for Actors

    THEA 2140 Acting II
     

    SPCH 1110 Voice and Articulation
     

    SPCH 1180 Oral Interpretation

    THE 250 Costume Lab
    THE 100 Introduction to Theatre 

    THE 161 Introduction to Stagecraft
    THE 381 History of Theatre to 1642 
    THE 111 Introduction to Acting
    Free Elective

    THE 211 Basic Acting +
    THE 213 Voice and Movement

    THE 117 Introduction to Voice and Movement

    COM 231 Oral Interpretation of Literature

    THTR 314 Costume for Theatre
    THTR 240 Appreciation & Enjoyment of Theatre
    THTR 311 Technical Direction
    THTR 340 History of Theatre: Origins to 1625
    THTR 222 The Actorís Self
    THTR Movement for Actors

    THTR Character Study: Psychologcl Realism

    THTR 220 Voice and Articulation
     

    THTR 302 Oral Interpretation

      * Consult with English Department for course equivalency.  
    è Although there may be alternatives for many of the courses listed above, students who follow the program transfer as it is written here will have the option of transferring to either URI or RIC upon completion of the program with an optimal number of credits. For additional options, refer to the General Education section.