Transfer Guides - Raritan Valley Community College

Summary of Requirements for Learning in Common (LinC)

Foundational Categories (4 to 5 course units)

F1 Writing/First-Year Seminar
1 course
ENGL100
ENGL111H
English Composition I
English Composition I Honors
F2 Quantitative Reasoning
1 course
CISY105
MATH103C
MATH110
MATH117H
MATH150
MATH151
MATH152
Foundations of Computer Science
Quantitative Literacy
Statistics I
Statistics—Honors
Applied Calculus
Calculus I
Calculus II
F3 Foreign Language
0-2 courses
Note: If a student enrolls in Elementary level I or II of a foreign language, 2 terms of study in the same language are required. Students may petition the Foreign Language Department to test language proficiency in the hopes of earning a waiver of the foreign language requirement.
FREN103
FREN104
FREN201
GRMN103
GRMN104
GRMN201
ITAL101
ITAL102
ITAL201
ITAL202
SPAN103
SPAN104
SPAN105
SPAN201
SPAN202
Introduction to French I
Introduction to French II
Intermediate French I
Introduction to German I
Introduction to German II
Intermediate German I
Introduction to Italian I
Introduction to Italian II
Intermediate Italian I
Intermediate Italian II
Introduction to Spanish I
Introduction to Spanish II
Introduction to Spanish II with review
Intermediate Spanish I
Intermediate Spanish II
F4 Science (lab requirement)
1 course
BIOL101/101H
BIOL102
BIOL111(111H)
BIOL120
BIOL124
BIOL149
CHEM102
CHEM103
CHEM202
GEOL157
PHYS101
PHYS130
PHYS150
General Biology I
General Biology II
Principles of Biology
Human Biology
Human Anatomy & Physiology I
Field Ornithology
Introduction to Chemistry
General Chemistry I
Principles of Organic and Biochemistry
Introduction to Geology
General Physics I
Astronomy
Engineering Physics I

 

Multidisciplinary Categories (6 course units)+

M1 Historical Studies
1 course
HIST201/201H
HIST202/202H
US History: Beginnings to 1877
US History: 1877 to Present
M2 Literature
1 course
ENGL201
ENGL211
ENGL221/221H
ENGL222/222H
ENGL231
FREN215
GRMN204
SPAN215
Introduction to Literature
Masterpieces of Early World Literature
American Literature: Colonial through the Civil War
American Literature: Post Civil War to the Present
African-American Literature
Modern French Literature
Introduction to German Literature I
Spanish Literatuer
M3 Ultimate Questions
course
PHIL101
PHIL102
PHIL106
PHIL114
PHIL201
Introduction to Philosophy
Medieval Philosophy
Current Moral and Social Issues
Ethics
Problems in Philosophy
M4 Economic, Social, and Political Systems
1 course
ANTH101
ECON101/101H
with ECON102
POLI121
POLI231
SOCI101
Cultural Anthropology
Macroeconomics with
Microeconomics
American Government and Politics
International Relations
Introduction to Sociology
M5 Cultural Values and Global Issues
1 course
ANTH201
ANTH202
ARTH208
ENVI101
GEOG102
GEOG150
HIST212
HIST259
PHIL105
WGST110
North American Indians
Global Patterns of Racism
Art Beyond the Western World
Introduction to Environmental Studies
Introduction to Cultural Geography
Global Visions: The Cultural Geography of Tanzania
Asian Civilization
History and Literature of the Vietnam War
World Religions
Introduction to Women and Gender Studies
M6 Aesthetic Expression
1 course
ARTH101
ARTH110/110H
ARTH111
ARTH115
ARTH205
ARTH206
ARTS105
ARTS108
ARTS110/110H
ARTS111
ARTS112
ARTS121
ARTS132
ARTS210
ARTS212
ENGL248/248H
ARTS218
MUSC101
MUSC102
MUSC103
MUSC105
MUSC107
MUSC111
Art Appreciation
Art History from Prehistory to the Gothic Period
Art from the Renaissance to the Modern Era
Photography
American Art
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
Two-Dimensional Design
Three-Dimensional Design
Basic Drawing I
Basic Drawing II
Digital Photography
Watercolor I
Color Theory
Acrylic & Oil Painting I
Still Photography I
Sculpture I
Creative Writing I
Fundamentals of Music
Introduction to Music
Rock ‘n’ Roll History and Culture
Survey of Jazz Music
Introduction to World
Music Music Theory I

 

Upper Division Categories

U1 The Social Impact of Science
1 course
ARTS227
ENGL227
Alternative Photographic Processes
Science Fiction
U2 Moral Life
1 course
PHIL210
Feminist Philosophy

Students in the Comenius Center are not required to take physical education courses. Day session students will take one physical education activity (not Concepts of Fitness or Concepts of Wellness) for each year they attend Moravian (for students entering Moravian prior to Fall 2011; from Fall 2011 onward, physical education is no longer required for degree candidates).

+Transfer students must complete at least 1 M and 1 U course at Moravian College; please plan your schedule choices accordingly.

 


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