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1 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Language Arts Communications: Mass Communications Option The Associate in Arts degree program in Communications consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Mass Communication at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Mass Communication-Major/Minor Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Mass Communication from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS ENGL 1113 English Composition I *MCOM 2023 Media History ENGL 1213 English Composition II *MCOM 2113 News Reporting HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT MCOM 2123 Mass Communications MCOM 2222 Publication Design & Production *MCOM 2341 Print Media Practicum MCOM 3043 Prin. of Marketing *MCOM 3033 Print. of Advertising Electives MCOM 3102 Media Photography *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension MCOM 3103 News Editing MCOM 3113 Intro to Audio/Video Production MCOM 3213 Oral Comm. for Bus. Prof MCOM 3222 Feature Writing MATH 1513 College Algebra MCOM 3322 Media Convergence MCOM 3463 Intro to Public Relations One Biological Science with Lab MCOM 3531 Online Media Practicum One Physical Science with Lab *MCOM 3803 Broadcast Writing/Announcing MCOM 3901 Television Practicum CS 1113 Computer Concepts MCOM 4102 Desktop Publishing MCOM 4213 Mass Comm. Law/Ethics MCOM 4302 Media Promotions/Sales GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES MCOM 4332 Advanced Media Convergence Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, MCOM 4442 Mass Media Internship Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences MCOM 4462 Mass Comm. Senior Seminar Prescribed Electives JOUR 1013 Intro to Mass Communication JOUR 1113 Writing for Mass Media JOUR 1123 News Reporting and Writing JOUR 2013 Principles of Advertising JOUR 2240 Publications Practicum SPCH 1653 Radio Broadcasting SPCH 2010 Speech Activity Participation Substitutions may be made with prior approval. RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES JOUR 1133 Photography JOUR 2023 Photojournalism JOUR 2223 Broadcast Journalism SPCH 2123 Television Production SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communications *These program requirements are satisfied with completion of the NOC requirements resulting in 57 program requirement hours at NWOSU. The following course must be taken to meet the prerequisite requirement for MCOM It may be taken at NOC or NWOSU: SPCH 1713 (NOC) or SCOM 1113 (NWOSU) TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

2 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Criminal Justice Administration The Associate in Arts degree program in Criminal Justice Administration consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Criminal Justice: Corrections Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Core Subjects: ENGL 1113 English Composition I *CJUS 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice ENGL 1213 English Composition II *CJUS 1223 Criminal Law HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT *CJUS 3333 Org. of Criminal Justice Systems CJUS 4603 Criminal Justice Admin. & Management SOC 4723 Social Research & Evaluation Required Courses: *CJUS 2113 Intro to Corrections Electives CJUS 4403 Prob, Par, & Comm. Treatment *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension SOC 3523 Social Diversity SOC 4233 Criminology *SOC 4523 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 4603 Substance Abuse & Addition MATH 1513 College Algebra SOCW 3293 Social Work Practice with Individuals POLS 4253 Federal, State, & Local Relations One Biological Science with Lab Advanced Electives in Criminal Justice or Sociology One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts *Students who complete these courses at NOC are not required to take GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES them again at NWOSU. These program requirements will be satisfied Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, upon completion of the Associates Degree in Criminal Justice. Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences CRMJ 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice CRMJ 1223 Criminal Law Ad of Justice CRMJ 1333 Criminal Evidence CRMJ 2233 Juvenile Delinquency SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES CRMJ 1523 Introduction to Corrections CRMJ 2113 Criminal Investigation CRMJ 2223 Org of Law Enforcement CRMJ 2401 Crime Scene Photography CRMJ 2450 Supervised Study in Criminal Justice SPCH 1713 Introduction to Oral Comm PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 2223 Social Problems Substitutions may be made with prior approval. Note: Consideration should be given to foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS **Students must complete both Principles of Sociology 1113 and Social Problems 2223/2123 for a bachelor s degree in Criminal Justice from NWOSU. 2

3 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Criminal Justice Administration The Associate in Arts degree program in Criminal Justice Administration consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Core Subjects: ENGL 1113 English Composition I *CJUS 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice ENGL 1213 English Composition II *CJUS 1223 Criminal Law HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT *CJUS 3333 Org. of Criminal Justice Systems CJUS 4603 Criminal Justice Admin. & Management SOC 4723 Social Research & Evaluation Required Courses: *CJUS 2213 Criminal Evidence Electives *CJUS 3103 Criminal Investigation *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension CJUS 4143 Search and Seizure CJUS 4223 Court Procedures *CJUS 4703 Criminal Justice Internship SOC 4233 Criminology MATH 1513 College Algebra POLS 3103 Constitutional Law POLS 4253 Federal, State, & Local Relations One Biological Science with Lab Advanced Electives in Criminal Justice or Sociology One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts *Students who complete these program requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at NWOSU. These program requirements GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES will be satisfied upon completion of the Associates Degree in Criminal Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Justice. Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences CRMJ 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice CRMJ 1223 Criminal Law Ad of Justice CRMJ 1333 Criminal Evidence CRMJ 2233 Juvenile Delinquency SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES CRMJ 1523 Introduction to Corrections CRMJ 2113 Criminal Investigation CRMJ 2401 Crime Scene Photography CRMJ 2450 Supervised Study in Criminal Justice SPCH 1713 Introduction to Oral Comm PSYC 1113 General Psychology PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 2223 Social Problems Substitutions may be made with prior approval. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS **Students must complete both Principles of Sociology 1113 and Social Problems 2223/2123 for a bachelor s degree in Criminal Justice from NWOSU. 3

4 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Language Arts Education: Elementary Option The Associate in Arts degree program in Elementary Education consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree Elementary Education Program Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Elementary Education from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS EDUC 3413 Emergent Literacy (K-3) ENGL 1113 English Composition I EDUC 4413 Diagnosis of Reading Problems ENGL 1213 English Composition II EDUC 3043 Found. of Math Methods (K-3) HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT EDUC 3313 Children s Literature (K-8) EDUC 4203 Creative Activities EDUC 4313 Intermediate Math Methods(4-8) EDUC 4323 Science methods (1-8) EDUC 4333 Social Studies Methods (1-8) EDUC 4343 Intermediate Lang. Arts. Methods (4-8) Electives EDUC 4353 Integrated Literacy *To be chosen from ART 1113 World Art, MUSC 1113 Music Appreciation, Or LIT 2413 Intro to Literature PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION COURSES EDUC 2801 Educational Seminar (includes 30 hours Field Experience) MATH 1513 College Algebra EDUC 2103 Introduction to Education (includes 30 hours Field Experience) One Biological Science with Lab EDUC 2402 Introduction to Exceptionalities One Physical Science with Lab (includes 10 hours Field Experience) *EDUC 3112 Educational Psychology CS 1113 Computer Concepts EDUC 3123 Child/Adolescent Psychology *EDUC 4112 Support Special Studts/Regular Classrm EDUC 4122 Behavior Intervention GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES **EDUC 3032 Measurement & Evaluation Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, **EDUC 4131 Aggressive & Disruptive Behavior Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences **EDUC 4821 Multicultural Education **EDUC 4960 Student Teaching PSYC 1113 General Psychology SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communications GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography *Admission to Teacher Education required **Admission to Professional Semester required *RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES HPET 2212 First Aid (or First Aid certification) HPET 1223 Health and Wellness LANG Foreign Language or Sign Language PHYS 2104 Concepts in Physics OR CHEM 1014 Concepts in Chemistry OR an alternative science with lab ENGL 2233 Eng. Grammar for Educators MATH 1233 Probability and Statistics MATH 2233 Elementary Math Structures MATH 2243 Geometric Structures *While NOC students may choose from the list of recommended program electives to meet graduation requirements of 60 hours, students must meet the 12-hr. guidelines in communications, math, social studies, and science to graduate with a bachelor s degree. All classes listed under those electives must be completed at Northern or Northwestern in addition to a 3-hour Personal Finance course. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

5 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Language Arts English The Associate in Arts degree program in English consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in English at. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences English Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in English from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION Program Specific General Education Requirements: *ENGL 1113 Composition I ENGL 1113 English Composition I *ENGL 1213 Composition II ENGL 1213 English Composition II HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS ENGL 2123 Foundations English Studies *ENGL 2543 English Lit to *ENGL 2653 English Lit Since *ENGL 2773 American Lit to Whitman Electives *ENGL 2883 American Lit Since Whitman *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension ENGL 3103 Shakespeare I ENGL 3403 World Literature ENGL 4163 Literary Criticism ENGL 4173 English Usage MATH 1513 College Algebra Writing Requirement (choose 1) ENGL 3513 Technical Writing One Biological Science with Lab ENGL 3523 Advanced Composition One Physical Science with Lab ENGL 4413 Creative Writing ENGL 4453 English Capstone CS 1113 Computer Concepts **Advanced ENGL electives GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES *Students who complete these program requirements at NOC are not Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, required to take them again at NWOSU. Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences LIT 2413 Intro to Literature LIT 2543 Survey British Lit. to LIT 2653 Survey British lit. from LIT 2773 Survey Am. Lit to LIT 2883 Survey Am. Lit from **Advanced English electives must include one British novels course and one American novels course. RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ENGL 2233 Eng. Grammar for Educators SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communications JOUR 2240 Publications Practicum ENGL 2413 Creative Writing ENGL 2433 Intro to Fiction Writing ENGL 2433 Intro to Poetry Writing LIT 2113 Survey World Lit. Before LIT 2223 Survey World Lit. Since Foreign Language Electives TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

6 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Sciences The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in History-Global Studies at. Bachelor of Arts Degree School of Arts and Sciences History-Global Studies Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS HIST 1233 Non-Western Civilization ENGL 1113 English Composition I *GEOG 2113 World Regional Geography ENGL 1213 English Composition II HIST 3583 History of Middle and Far East Asia HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT HIST 3293 Europe, HIST 3603 U.S. Economic History HIST 3703 Modern Latin America HIST 3723 African American History HIST 4013 World History Since Electives POLS 4223 International Relations *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension HIST 4433 Historical Methods SOC 3323 Cultural Anthropology Advanced electives in History Advanced electives in History, Political Science, or MATH 1513 College Algebra Sociology One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab *Students who complete this course at NOC are not required to take it CS 1113 Computer Concepts again at NWOSU. GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology HIST 1483 Am. History to 1865 (or) HIST 1493 Am. History since GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ANTH 2363 Native American Culture ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles HIST 1113 Ancient World History HIST 1223 Modern World History SOCI 2223 Social Problems Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

7 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Science The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in History at. Bachelor of Arts Degree School of Arts and Sciences History Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. HISTORY GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 1113 English Composition I ENGL 1213 English Composition II HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT MAJOR REQUIREMENTS *HIST 1213 Early World Civilization OR *HIST 1223 Modern World Civilization *HIST 1483 U.S. History to (3) *HIST 1493 U.S. History since Electives HIST 1233 Non-Western Civilizations HIST 4433 Historical Methods Advanced electives in History Advanced electives in History, Political Science, or Sociology *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts *Upon completion of these courses at NOC, students seeking a bachelor s degree in History are not required to take them again at NWOSU. GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology HIST 1483 Am. History to 1865 (or) HIST 1493 Am. History since GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography **NOC students should complete both Early World Civilizations and Modern World Civilizations and both American History survey courses at NOC as part of the Associates Degree program. RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ANTH 2363 Native American Culture ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles HIST 1113 Ancient World History HIST 1223 Modern World History SOCI 2223 Social Problems Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

8 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Science The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at. Bachelor of Arts Degree School of Arts and Sciences Political Science Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS *POLS 1113 American Fed, Govt. & Politics ENGL 1113 English Composition I POLS 3013 Political Theory ENGL 1213 English Composition II POLS 3103 American Constitutional Law HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT POLS 3513 The American Congress POLS 3543 The American Presidency POLS 4113 Comparative Government (U.S. & Great Britain) OR POLS 4123 Comparative Government (Major European) Electives POLS 4223 International Relations *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension POLS 4253 Federal, State & Local Relations SOC 4723 Social Research & Evaluation Advanced electives in History, Political Science, or Sociology MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab *Upon completion of this course at NOC, the student will not be required to take the course again as part of the bachelor s degree. CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology HIST 1483 Am. History to 1865 (or) HIST 1493 Am. History since GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ANTH 2363 Native American Culture ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles SOCI 2223 Social Problems Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

9 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Science The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science-Public Administration at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Arts Degree School of Arts and Sciences Political Science Public Administration Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS *POLS 1113 American Fed. Govt. & Politics ENGL 1113 English Composition I POLS 3103 American Constitutional Law ENGL 1213 English Composition II POLS 3513 The American Congress HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT POLS 3613 Introduction to Public Administration POLS 4253 Federal, State & Local Relations POLS 4623 Public Policy Analysis POLS 4703 Public Service Internship POLS 4713 Public Service Leadership Institute Electives SOC 3423 Rural Sociology *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension SOC 4723 Social Research & Evaluation SCOM 3613 Small Group Communication *ECON 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics *ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics MATH 1513 College Algebra ECON 3133 Public Finance One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts *Upon completion of this course, the student from NOC will not be GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES required to take it again at NWOSU. Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology HIST 1483 Am. History to 1865 (or) HIST 1493 Am. History since GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ANTH 2363 Native American Culture ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles SOCI 2223 Social Problems Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

10 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Science The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science Education at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Arts in Education Degree School of Arts and Sciences Social Science Education GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS *HIST 1213 Early World Civilization ENGL 1113 English Composition I HIST 1233 Non-Western Civilization ENGL 1213 English Composition II *HIST 1493 U.S. History Since HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT *HIST 3123 OK History & Government HIST 4013 World History Since HIST 4441 Global Transformations in History HIST 4442 Teachers Course in Social Studies History Group I Electives History Group II *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension *ECON 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics *ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics *GEOG 2113 World Regional Geography POLS 3013 Political Theory OR MATH 1513 College Algebra POLS 3103 American Constitutional Law *SOC 1113 Introductory Sociology One Biological Science with Lab SOC 3203 Social Theory (OR) One Physical Science with Lab SOC 3323 Cultural Anthropology CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology HIST 1483 Am. History to 1865 (or) HIST 1493 Am. History since GEOG 2253 World Regional Geography RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ANTH 2363 Native American Culture ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles HIST 1113 Ancient World History HIST 1223 Modern World History SOCI 2223 Social Problems Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS History Group I Electives (6 hours) HIST 3693 Colonial Latin America HIST 3713 Native American History HIST 3723 African American History HIST 3583 Middle and Far East Asia History History Group II Electives (12 hours) HIST 3603 U.S. Economic History HIST 3703 Modern Latin America HIST 4113 U.S. Diplomatic History HIST 4123 U.S. Military History HIST 4203 The American West HIST 4213 American Colonial Period HIST 4223 The U.S HIST 4233 The U.S HIST 4303 The U.S HIST 4313 The U.S to Present HIST 3293 Europe HIST 3023 The Middle Ages PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS EDUC 2801 Educational Seminar EDUC 2103 Introduction to Education EDUC 2402 Introduction to Exceptionalities EDUC 3112 Educational Psychology EDUC 3123 Child/Adolescent Psychology EDUC 3422 Teaching Reading Skills/Content Area EDUC 3913 Principles & Methods of Teaching EDUC 4112 Support Special Students/Reg. Clsrm EDUC 4122 Behavior Intervention EDUC 3032 Measurement and Evaluation EDUC 4131 Aggressive and Disruptive Behavior EDUC 4821 Multicultural Education EDUC 4960 Student Teaching **NOC students who wish to pursue a degree in Social Science Education must enroll in Global Transformations in History 4441 during the first or second semester at NWOSU. General Education Program Specific Requirements: HIST 1223 Modern World Civilization, HIST 1483, US History to 1877, GEOG 1113 Fundamentals of Geography, and POLS 1113 American Federal Government & Politics 10

11 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Social Science-Behavioral Science Option The Associate in Arts degree in Social Science-Behavioral Science Option consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Social Work at. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Social Work Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Social Science-Behavioral Science Option from Northern Oklahoma College will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS *SOCW 2113 Soc Work: A Helping Profession ENGL 1113 English Composition I *SOCW 2121 Soc Work Service Learning ENGL 1213 English Composition II SOCW 3143 Soc Welfare Policies/Services HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT SOCW 3214 Human Bhvr/Soc Environ SOCW 3293 Soc Work Practice w/indiv SOCW 3523 Social Diversity SOCW 4023 Soc Work Prac Groups/Fam SOCW 4113 Soc Work Prac Organizations/Communities Electives SOCW 4205 Field Experience I *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension SOCW 4215 Field Experience II SOCW 4723 Social Research & Evaluation Advanced Social Work or Sociology Electives -- 9 MATH 1513 College Algebra *Concurrent enrollment in SOCW 2113 and SOCW One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab Majors: Application to Social Work program must be done in first 15 hours of Social Work course work. CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology PSYC 2233 Social Psychology SOCI 2223 Social Problems RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics PSYC 2583 Developmental Psychology PSYC 2113 Human Sexuality SOCI 2273 Marriage and Family CRMJ 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice CRMJ 2233 Juvenile Delinquency PHIL 2213 Ethics Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

12 Associate in Arts Degree Division of Social Science Sociology The Associate in Arts degree program in Social Science consists of 63 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at. Bachelor of Arts Degree School of Arts and Sciences Sociology Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Arts degree in Social Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS Core Requirements: ENGL 1113 English Composition I *SOC 1113 Introductory Sociology ENGL 1213 English Composition II *SOC 2123 Sociological Problems HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT SOC 3203 Social Theory SOC 4723 Social Research & Evaluation Required Courses: SOC 4203 Advance Social Theory Electives OR *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension *SOC 4303 Social Psychology SOC 4713 Public Serv. Ldrshp Institute Statistics Elective Advanced Sociology Electives MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab *Students who complete these courses as part of the Associates Degree Requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at CS 1113 Computer Concepts NWOSU. GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology PSYC 2233 Social Psychology SOCI 2223 Social Problems RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics PSYC 2583 Developmental Psychology PSYC 2113 Human Sexuality SOCI 2273 Marriage and Family CRMJ 1113 Intro to Criminal Justice CRMJ 2233 Juvenile Delinquency PHIL 2213 Ethics Consideration should be given to select foreign language and additional humanities to meet the requirements of many baccalaureate degrees. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS (Students who take HPET 1113 Nutrition, HPET 1223 Health Education and Wellness, HPET 2212 First Aid, or NUTR 2123 Intro to Human Nutrition as a gen ed elective, TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

13 Associate in Science Degree Division of Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Sciences The Associate in Science degree program in Agricultural Sciences consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree Agriculture Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Agricultural Sciences from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS CMSC 1103 Microcomputer Applications ENGL 1113 English Composition I ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics OR ENGL 1213 English Composition II *AGRI 1113 Agricultural Economics HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT *AGRI 1124 Introduction to Animal Science *AGRI 1214 Introduction to Plant Science *AGRI 2123 Livestock Feeding AGRI 3133 Breeds of Livestock AGRI 3214 Soil Science AGRI 4133 Crop Production & Cultural Systems Electives AGRI 4123 Agricultural Marketing *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension AGRI 4233 Farm Management AGRI 4613 Purebred & Cow/Calf Beef Cattle Mgmt OR AGRI 4643 Swine Science OR MATH 1513 College Algebra AGRI 4623 Stocker & Feedlot Cattle Mgmt OR AGRI 3422 Horse Production One Biological Science with Lab Advanced Agriculture Electives One Physical Science with Lab Note 1: At least ½ the hours for the Agriculture major must be CS 1113 Computer Concepts upper level. Note 2: One minor is required with this major. Suggested minors are: Business, Entrepreneurial Management, Computer Science, GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Animal Science, Biology or Field Crop Consulting. Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavior or Social Sciences AGRI 1113 Agricultural Economics AGRI 1124 Intro to Animal Sciences AGRI 1224 Intro to Plant Science AGRI 2124 Fundamentals of Soil Science MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ACCT 2103 Accounting I-Financial ACCT 2203 Accounting II-Managerial AGRI 1013 Introduction to Horticulture AGRI 2103 Agriculture Leadership AGRI 2123 Livestock Feeding AGRI 2222 Live Animal Evaluation AGRI 2523 Intro to Sheep Prod & Mgmt BISI 1314 General Botany BISI 1414 General Zoology BISI 2024 Entomology SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communication TOTAL CREDIT HOURS *Students who complete these courses as part of the Associates Degree Requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at NWOSU. 13

14 Associate in Science Degree Division of Agricultural Sciences Agricultural Sciences The Associate in Science degree program in Agricultural Sciences consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Agribusiness at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree Agriculture Education Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Agricultural Sciences from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. MAJOR REQUIREMENTS GENERAL EDUCATION Agriculture Core: hours **AGRI 1113 Agricultural Economics ENGL 1113 English Composition I **AGRI 1124 Introduction to Animal Science ENGL 1213 English Composition II **AGRI 1214 Introduction to Plant Science HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT AGRI 3112 Live Animal Evaluation Electives *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavior or Social Sciences AGRI 1113 Agricultural Economics AGRI 1124 Intro to Animal Sciences AGRI 1224 Intro to Plant Science AGRI 2124 Fundamentals of Soil Science MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ACCT 2103 Accounting I-Financial ACCT 2203 Accounting II-Managerial AGRI 1013 Introduction to Horticulture AGRI 2103 Agriculture Leadership AGRI 2123 Livestock Feeding AGRI 2222 Live Animal Evaluation AGRI 2523 Intro to Sheep Prod & Mgmt BISI 1314 General Botany BISI 1414 General Zoology BISI 2024 Entomology SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communication TOTAL CREDIT HOURS AGRI 3214 Soil Science MCAG 1413 Intro to Engineering in Agriculture MCAG 3011 Agriculture Structures MCAG 3211 Engines & Power MCAG 3222 Metals & Welding MCAG 3232 Lab Mgmt & Project Construction MCAG 4101 Agricultural Electrification AGED 3203 Planning the Comm Pro in Ag Ed Agriculture Enrichment: hours 6 hours total from at least 2 of the 4 areas below: Production and Agriculture AGRI 2123 Livestock Feeding AGRI 3033 Forage Crops & Pasture AGRI 3413 Animal Genetics BIOL 3224 General Entomology Speech/Communications ENGL 3513 Technical Writing Natural Resources AGRI 4453 Natural Resource Conservation BIOL 3115 Intro to Microbiology BIOL 4214 Ecology Agricultural Sales and Service AGRI 4123 Agricultural Marketing AGRI 4233 Farm Management CMSC 1103 Microcomputer Applications MCOM 3033 Prin of Advertising Professional Education: hours EDUC 2801 Educational Seminar* EDUC 2103 Intro to Education* OR AGED 3103 Found & Philos of Teaching Ag Ed* EDUC 2402 Intro to Exceptionalities EDUC 3112 Educational Psychology EDUC 3123 Child/Adol Psychology EDUC 3422 Teaching Reading Content Area EDUC 4112 Support Spec Student Reg Classroom EDUC 4122 Behavior Intervention AGED 4113 Lab Instruction in Ag Ed OR EDUC 3913 Prin & Methods of Teaching EDUC 3032 Measurement & Evaluation EDUC 4131 Aggressive & Distributive Behavior EDUC 4821 Multicultural Education EDUC 4200 Student Teaching in Ag Ed *Includes 30 hours of field experience NOTE: Students may need additional Liberal Arts hours and/or upper division hours. NOTE: Admission to Teacher Education required. NOTE: Foreign Language Proficiency all candidates must demonstrate foreign language proficiency in order to complete a degree in Education. **Students who complete these courses as part of the Associates Degree Requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at NWOSU. 14

15 Associate in Science Degree Multi-Divisional Arts and Sciences: General Studies Option The Associate in Science degree program in Arts and Science consists of 60 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in General Studies at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences General Studies Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science or Associate of Arts degree in Arts and Sciences from Northern Oklahoma College will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 1113 English Composition I ENGL 1213 English Composition II HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT GENERAL STUDIES REQUIREMENTS Students must complete a minimum of 12 hours in four of the five concentration areas listed below (48 hours). In addition, students must complete a major concentration by earning 22 additional hours in one of the four selected concentration areas, for a total of 34 3 hours in one 3 concentration. At least 40 hours of the 70 hours must be of upper division ( ) level. Concentration Areas: Electives *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension * MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavior or Social Sciences. I. II. III. Arts and Humanities English History Humanities Music (no performance) Spanish Speech and Theatre Natural Science Biology Chemistry Computer Science Mathematics Physical Science This degree program must be completed with the assistance of the graduation adviser to suit the individual student s needs. The credit hour requirements must be selected from the following academic divisions: Agricultural Sciences; Business; Fine Arts; Health, Physical Education, and Recreation; Language Arts; Nursing; Science, Math, and Engineering; and Social Sciences. *Students who are undecided on a major but considering transferring into a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) degree program should enroll in MATH IV. Business Accounting Agriculture Business Administration Economics Behavioral Science Political Science Psychology Sociology V. Applied Behavioral Science Criminal Justice Education Health & Sports Science Education Mass Communication Social Work (Students who take HPET 1113 Nutrition, HPET 1223 Health Education and Wellness, HPET 2212 First Aid, or NUTR 2123 Intro to Human Nutrition as a gen ed elective, TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

16 Associate in Science Degree Division of Business Business Administration The Associate in Science degree program in Business Administration consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree Business Administration Major Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Business Administration from Northern Oklahoma College will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements with the exception of program-specific requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION Program-specific General Education Requirements: *ENGL 1113 Composition I ENGL 1113 English Composition I *ENGL 1213 Composition II ENGL 1213 English Composition II *MATH 1313 Statistics HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT *MATH 1513 College Algebra 3 3 *SCOM 1113 Intro to Speech Communication GBUS 2033 Leadership in Business FIN 1113 Personal Finance PHIL 2213 Ethics (or) MAJOR REQUIREMENTS PHIL 2223 Business Ethics and Foundation Core: one course to be chosen from those listed with ECON 2113 Principles of Macroeconomics International Dimension ECON 2123 Principles of Microeconomics ACCT 2123 Financial Accounting MATH 1513 College Algebra ACCT 2133 Managerial Accounting GBUS 2903 Legal Environment of Business One Biological Science with Lab GBUS 2013 Business Math One Physical Science with Lab Total Foundation Core CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavior or Social Sciences ACCT 2103 Accounting I-Financial ACCT 2203 Accounting II-Managerial BSAD 1103 Introduction to Business CS 2123 Business Tech & Applications ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES BMGT 2240 Business Internship MATH 2103 Elementary Calculus SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communications Business Core: **MRKT 3043 Principles of Marketing **MGMT 3063 Principles of Management FIN 3163 Business Finance MIS 3413 Management Information Systems MGMT 4433 Business Policy GBUS 3753 Business Research GBUS 3953 Business, Society & Government MGMT 4343 Cross-Cultural Management Total Business Core *Students who complete these courses as part of the Associates Degree Requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at NWOSU. **If taken at NOC, student will lack 6 hours of upper-level hours. Students majoring in Business Administration must minor in one of the following areas: Accounting, General Business, Entrepreneurship, Management, or Marketing. Note 1: In any of the programs in business administration, the student must have at least 45 hours in upper-division business courses. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

17 Associate in Science Degree Division of Business Computer Science, Pre-Professional The Associate in Science degree program in Computer Science consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Computer Science Major/Minor Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Computer Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS CMSC 2003 Programming Concepts ENGL 1113 English Composition I CMSC 2103 Computer Programming I ENGL 1213 English Composition II CMSC 3003 Data Management Systems HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT CMSC 3033 Java Programming CMSC 3043 Intro to Cobol CMSC 3053 Visual Basic Programming CMSC 3113 Networking Essentials CMSC 3203 Computer Programming II PHIL 2213 Ethics (or) CMSC 3313 GUI Programming PHIL 2223 Business Ethics and CMSC 3403 Computer Organization one course to be chosen from those listed with CMSC 4603 Operating Systems International Dimension CMSC 4703 Data Structures MATH 1313 Statistics MATH 1513 College Algebra or higher MATH 2215 Calculus I MATH 3053 Discrete Math One Biological Science with Lab *Electives in Computer Sciences One Physical Science with Lab CMSC 1103 Microcomputer Applications will not count toward major CS 1113 Computer Concepts or minor. GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communication ACCT 2103 Accounting I-Financial CS 1013 Visual Basic Programming ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles (or) ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles MATH 2103 Elementary Calculus (or) MATH 2145 Calculus I (or) MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics CS 2313 Programming with C CS 2303 Java Programming RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ACCT 2203 Accounting II-Managerial CS 2123 Business Tech & Applications ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles (or) ECON 2113 Macroeconomic principles MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics MATH 2155 Calculus II TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

18 Associate in Science Degree Division of Business Computer Science, Pre-Professional The Associate in Science degree program in Computer Science consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science at Northwestern Oklahoma State University. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Computer Science: Information System Option Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Computer Science from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS CMSC 2003 Programming Concepts ENGL 1113 English Composition I CMSC 2103 Computer Programming I ENGL 1213 English Composition II CMSC 3003 Data Management Systems HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT CMSC 3043 Intro to COBOL CMSC 3053 Visual Basic Programming CMSC 3203 Computer Programming II CMSC 3313 GUI Programming CMSC 4013 Systems Analysis & Design PHIL 2213 Ethics (or) ACCT2123 Financial Accounting PHIL 2223 Business Ethics and ACCT 2133 Managerial Accounting one course to be chosen from those listed with ACCT 3103 Intermediate Accounting I International Dimension MIS 3413 Management Information Systems *Advanced Electives in Computer Science, or MATH 1513 College Algebra or higher Accounting One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES SPCH 1713 Intro to Oral Communication ACCT 2103 Accounting I-Financial CS 1013 Visual Basic Programming ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles (or) ECON 2113 Macroeconomic Principles MATH 2103 Elementary Calculus (or) MATH 2145 Calculus I (or) MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics CS 2313 Programming with C CS 2303 Java Programming RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES ACCT 2203 Accounting II-Managerial CS 2123 Business Tech & Applications ECON 2123 Microeconomic Principles (or) ECON 2113 Macroeconomic principles MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics MATH 2155 Calculus II TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

19 Associate in Science Degree Division of Science, Math, and Engineering Mathematics and Physical Science-Mathematics Option The Associate in Science degree program in Mathematics and Physical Science-Mathematics Option consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics at. Bachelor of Science Degree School of Arts and Sciences Mathematics Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Mathematics from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION ENGL 1113 English Composition I PROGRAM SPECIFIC GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS *CMSC 1103 Microcomputer Applications *MATH 1513 College Algebra ENGL 1213 English Composition II HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT 3 Credit 3 Hours Electives *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension MATH 1513 College Algebra One Biological Science with Lab One Physical Science with Lab CS 1113 Computer Concepts MAJOR REQUIREMENTS MATH 1313 Statistics MATH 1715 Precalculus *MATH 2215 Analytical Geometry & Calculus I *MATH 2315 Analytical Geometry & Calculus II MATH 3323 Multivariable Calculus MATH 3053 Discrete Math MATH 3013 Linear Algebra MATH 3033 Probability & Statistics I MATH 3042 Math Technology Two of the following MATH 4033 Probability & Statistics II MATH 4203 Differential Equations MATH 4533 Math Models & Applications MATH 4333 History of Math **Electives in Advanced Math GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES MATH 1613 Plane Trigonometry 3 Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, NOTE 1: **Advanced math electives include level courses excluding: MATH 3203, MATH 3223, and MATH Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences MATH 2145 Calculus I MATH 2155 Calculus II MATH 2613 Differential Equations *Students who complete these courses as part of the Associates Degree Requirements at NOC are not required to take them again at NWOSU. RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES Select courses from: Computer Science, Physics and Statistics. TOTAL CREDIT HOURS *Students scoring 26 or above on the math subsection of the ACT do not have to take MATH 1513 College Algebra. **Students scoring 28 or above on the math subsection of the ACT do not have to take MATH 1613 Plane Trigonometry. Students not taking Algebra and Trigonometry because of ACT scores or CLEP exam results are required to substitute 3-6 hours of credit in appropriate General Education Electives or RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES to complete 60 hours at NOC and maximize their transfer hours to the four-year institution. 19

20 Associate in Science Degree Division of Nursing Nursing, Pre-Baccalaureate, Pre-Professional The Associate in Science degree program in Nursing consists of 62 hours designed to provide the student with the first two years of general education and program requirements for transfer seamlessly to the Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing at. Bachelor of Science Degree Nursing Transfer students who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Nursing from will have met the NWOSU General Education Requirements with the exception of program-specific requirements. GENERAL EDUCATION BIOL 4503 Pathophysiology BIOL 3502 Medical Terminology ENGL 1113 English Composition I PSYC 3123 Human Life-Span Development ENGL 1213 English Composition II Total Prerequisites HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT 3 3 MAJOR REQUIREMENTS NURS 3023 *Role Transition (LPN & RN only) NURS 3013 Introduction to Nursing Care & Skills NURS 3037 Nursing Care of the Adult I NURS 3103 Pharmacology & Nursing Care Electives NURS 3003 Holistic Assessment *One 3-hour course to be chosen from those listed with International Dimension NURS 3337 Nursing Care of the Adult II NURS 3147 Nursing Care of the Family NURS 4316 Nursing Care of the Adult III MATH 1513 College Algebra NURS 4003 Research Utilization NURS 3226 Nursing Care in Mental Health BISI 2104 Human Anatomy NURS 4206 Nursing Care in the Community CHEM 1314 General Chemistry I NURS 4216 Nursing Capstone NURS 4333 Professional Issues in Nursing CS 1113 Computer Concepts *Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and Associate Degree Registered Nurses (ADN) receive 63 credit hours due GENERAL EDUCATION ELECTIVES to additional Role Transition course. Select courses from: Language Arts, Natural Sciences, Foreign Languages, Fine Arts, Humanities, Mathematics, Behavioral or Social Sciences BISI 2204 Human Physiology BISI 2124 Microbiology PSYC 1113 General Psychology SOCI 1113 Principles of Sociology RECOMMENDED PROGRAM ELECTIVES *NUTR 2123 Intro to Human Nutrition LIT 2413 Intro to Literature OR PHIL 2213 Ethics *MATH 2023 Elementary Statistics *Required for Northwestern, electives for Northern graduation TOTAL CREDIT HOURS

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