NVCC 2000-2001 Catalog
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LIBERAL ARTS
Philosophy Specialization AL, AN, WO  

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Purpose: The Liberal Arts major with the specialization in Philosophy is designed for students who wish to study philosophy at the college level or who wish to transfer to a four-year institution for a baccalaureate degree.

Transfer Information: Students are advised to work closely with the faculty and counseling staff for program and course scheduling. Electives should be chosen carefully to meet requirements of transfer institution. The responsibility for proper course selection rests with the student.

First Year1st Semester2nd Semester

   ENG111College Composition I3
___Foreign Language3
MTH151Math for the Liberal Arts I3
PED116Lifetime Fitness & Wellness1
   PHI101Introduction to Philosophy I3
   STDElective1
 
   ENG112College Composition II 3
___Foreign Language 3
MTH152Math for the Liberal Arts II 3
PED/RPK 1
   PHI102Introduction to Philosophy II 3
   SPD110Intro. to Speech Communication or 
   SPD126 Interpersonal Communication 3

Total Credits/Semester1416

Second Year1st Semester2nd Semester

ENGLiterature Elective3
HISElective3
___Natural Science/Lab Elective4
   PHI111Logic3
___Social Science Elective3
 
HISElective 3
___Humanities Elective 3
___Natural Science/Lab Elective 4
   ___PHI/REL Elective 3
___Social Science Elective 3

Total Credits/Semester1616

Total credits for the A.A. Degree in Liberal Arts with a Specialization in Philosophy = 62.

To graduate from a degree program, students entering NVCC Fall 1999 or later must demonstrate computer competency skills as described in the Degree Requirements section of the Instructional Programs of this catalog.

1 Students completing the A.A. in Liberal Arts must demonstrate intermediate college-level (201-202) proficiency in a language other than English. The 201-202 courses require a prerequisite proficiency equivalent to the 101-102 sequence in the language. Placement testing determines initial foreign language level. Students completing 101-102 foreign language may use those credits to meet general elective requirements. Waivers or credit by exam (through CLEP) for previous experience is available for some languages. Students whose native language is not English may substitute general electives for foreign language upon the approval of the advising division chair.

2 Any higher mathematics course with a computer component may be substituted, see transfer requirements.

3 The PED requirement may be met by one of the following options: PED 116, 2 cr.; PED 116, 1 cr. plus a PED activities course, 1 cr.; or PED 116, 1 cr. plus RPK 205, 207, 208, 216, or 225. PED 116 is offered as both a 1-credit and a 2-credit course.

4 Any 200-level literature course with an ENG prefix satisfies this requirement.

5 HIS 101-102 or HIS 121-122 are recommended. Other social science courses may be substituted depending on the requirements of transfer institutions.

6 The natural science elective may be selected from biology, chemistry, geology, natural science, or physics with a lab component.

7 The social science elective may be selected from the following: economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, or sociology (includes anthropology).

8 Any humanities course (ART, HUM, MUS, PHI, REL, SCM, or foreign language) or 200-level literature (ENG) course satisfies this requirement. Select an elective that fulfills the requirement of the institution to which transfer is contemplated. Some transfer institutions require six credits of sophomore literature.


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