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The last date for dropping a course will be No-
vember 15 during the Fall semester and April 15 dur-
ing the Spring semester. No courses may be dropped
after that date.

Withdrawal from College

To sever his connections with the college before
the end of the semester, a student must apply for
withdrawal in the office of the Dean of Student Af-
fairs. A student who ceases attending classes without
completing his formal withdrawal receives grades of
"0" in all courses for which he is registered, and he
remains responsible for any financial obligations he
has contracted.

When a student withdraws before the end of the
term, or is suspended or expelled, no refund will be
made.

Part-time students please note that withdrawal
during or after the first class meeting will not elimi-
nate the obligation to pay any remaining balance nor
qualify- for a refund.



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Programs of Study



Academic Majors 50

Academic Minors 50

Certificate Programs 51

The Baccalaureate Degree 51

General Requirements/Graduation Requirements/The Freshman Year

Baccalaureate Degree Programs 52

Accounting/ Art

Behavioral Science/Biology/Computer Information Systems/Criminal Justice

Elementary Education/Secondary Education/Business Education

Engineering Management/English

Health Record Administration/History/Humanities

Long-Term Care Administration/Management

Long-Term Care Administration

Management (Human Resource/ Production / Banking & Financial)

Marketing / Medical Technology / Music / Nuclear Medicine Technology / Nursing

Political Science (Government/International Studies/Public Administration)/Psychology

Radio and Television / Recreation (Therapeutic /Community)

Sociology / Speech / Theatre

The Associate Degree 70

GraduaHon Requirements

Associate Degree Programs 72

Accounting / Art / Biology / Chemistry / Computer Information Systems

Criminal Jushce / Economics / Engineering / General Studies / Language

Management / Marketing / Mathematics / Music / Philosophy / Physics

Political Science / Radio-Television / Real Estate / Respiratory Therapy / Retailing

Secretarial (Executive / Medical / Legal / Office Administration)



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ACADEMIC MAJORS

Leading to the Master's Degree

Master of Business Administration

Master of Science in Human Organization Science

(Criminal Justice Administration) — in affiliation

with Villanova University

Please consult respective
department chairman for details

Leading to the Baccalaureate Degree

Accounting

Art

Behavioral Sciences

Biology

Computer Information Systems

Criminal Justice:

Law Enforcement

Corrections
Elementary Education
Engineering Management
English

Health Record Administration
History
Humanities

Long-Term Care Administration
Management:

Human Resource

Production

Banking & Financial
Marketing
Medical Technology
Music

Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nursing
Political Science:

Government

International Studies

Public Administration
Psychology
Radio and Television
Recreation (Therapeutic/Community)
Secondary Education

Social Studies

Business Education

Accounting — Data Processing — Marketing
Secretarial — Typewriting

English — Communications

Biology

General Science

Mathematics
Sociology
Speech
Theatre



Leading to the Associate Degree

Accounting

Art

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Information Systems

Criminal Justice:

Law Enforcement

Criminalistics

Corrections
Economics
Engineering
General Studies
Language
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Music
Philosophy
Physics

Political Science
Radio-Television
Real Estate
Respiratory Therapy
Retailing
Secretarial Specialist:

Executive

Legal

Medical

Office Administration

The programs at York College are organized for
academic and administrative purposes into the fol-
lowing nine departments: Behavioral Sciences, Bio-
logical Sciences, Business Administration, Education,
English and Speech, History and International Stud-
ies, Humanities and Fine Arts, Nursing, and Physical
Sciences.



ACADEMIC MINORS

The academic departments have developed a
number of programs leading to an academic minor.
Such a minor, when completed, will be designated on
the student's permanent record. A minor consishng
of 15 to 21 credit hours may be obtained in the areas
listed below. Details should be obtained from the
Department Chairman, Scheduling Office, or the
Academic Advisor.



Accounting
American History



Programs of Study



xAnthropology

Art

Banking and Finance

Biology

Chemistn'

Computer Information Systems

Economics

English

Gerontology

Goyernment

Criminalistics

Languages

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Music

Peace Studies

Philosophy

Physics

Psychology'

Public Administration

Retailing

Secretarial Studies

Sociology

Speech

Theatre

World History



CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

Some academic departments have developed
certificate programs. Details should be obtained from
the Department Chairman.

Early Childhood Education
Respiratory Therapy



THE BACCALAUREATE
DEGREE

General Requirements

General requirements and recommended curric-
ula for each of the degree programs are shown on the
following pages. Students should meet with their fac-
ulty advisers as soon as possible after entering Col-
lege in order to plan a program that will meet the



general graduation requirements, specific require-
ments for their major and to select appropriate elec-
tives. Some modifications of the general require-
ments apply to programs that include advanced
placement and those designed for special purposes
such as professional certification.

Graduation Requirements

At the beginning of the semester in which the
student hopes to complete all degree requirements it
is necessary to submit an application for the degree.
This application should be obtained from and re-
turned to the Records Office during the first six
weeks of the semester.

Students who meet the following requirements
for graduation will be eligible to receive the Bachelor
of Arts or the Bachelor of Science Degree, depending
upon the curriculum completed:

1. Have successfully completed at least 120
credit hours (plus 4 Physical Education cred-
its). The last 30 of these must be earned at
York College.

2. Have a cumulative grade point average of at
least 2.0.

3. Have a satisfactory record of behavior.

4. Have earned a 2.0 or better in designated
courses as specified by the department lur a
given major.

5. Have satisfied curriculum requirements as fol-
lows:

A. General Requirements Semester Courses



(1) Communication Skills

English Composition i

All students must receive
a grade of "2" or better
in El 01 before they are
permitted to enroll in
E102.

Speech |

(2) Mathematics

(3) Laboratory Science

(4) Humanities, Behavioral and
Social Sciences:

Minimum three semester courses
chosen from at least 2 subjects in
each area:

Behavioral and Social Sciences:

Anthropology

Psychology

Sociology

Economics

Geography

History

Political Science



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Humanities:

Art

Literature

Music

Philosophy ,

Religion

Theatre Arts

(5) Foreign Culture 4

May be fulfilled by a total of twelve
semester hours in any combination
of foreign language, intercultural
studies, Western Civilization (H121,
H122) and certain advanced history
courses.* Successful completion of
the second year of a foreign langu-
age satisfies this requirement.

(6) American Civilization 1

B. The remaining credits to complete the pro-
gram vdll be selected in the major area of
study and as elective courses with the
advice and consent of the chairman or
advisor of his major department.

C. Four physical education credits. Physical
Education skills courses may not be
counted as part of the minimum 120 credit
hours required for a baccalaureate degree.

6. Should a student wish to major in a second
area he may do so and this fact will be noted
on the transcript. While only one baccalaure-
ate degree may be received from York College
of Pennsylvania, more than one major may be
completed and designated on the transcript.



•History of Latin America (H227, H228); History of the U.S.S.R. (H330);
Medieval Civilization (H225); Renaissance and Reformation (H226); Euro-
pean Intellectual History (H411); and American-East Asian Relations
(H250). However, history courses applied as Foreign Culture may not then
be used to fulfill Behavioral and Social Sciences requirements set forth in
5.A. (4) above.

The Freshman Year

Most students enrolled in a baccalaureate degree
program will take essentially the same courses during
the first year. These subjects have been carefully cho-
sen to provide a general educational background
appropriate for continued progress in their sopho-
more, junior and senior years. See detailed programs
on following pages for guidance in specific areas.
These are tentative programs.




BACCALAUREATE DEGREES

(Listed alphabetically)

ACCOUNTING

Bachelor of Science Degree



Fresliman Year


Credits


American Civilization


3


English Composition
Foreign Culture
Mathematics (excluding S152)
Physical Education


6
6
6

2


Behavioral & Social




Sciences Electives


6


Humanities Elective


3




32


Sophomore Year


Credits


Elementary Accounting
Intermediate Accounting
Foreign Culture
Statistics


3
3
6

3


Physical Education
Principles of Economics
Laboratory Science
Supervisory Management


2

6

6-8

3
32-34


junior Year


Credits


Accounting Electives
Business Law


3

6


Communications and Report Writing

Speech

Intermediate Accounting


3
3
6


Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Cost Accounting


3
3


Quantitative Elective


3




30



Programs of Study



senior Year

Advanced Accounting
Business Electives
Management Seminar
Electives

Humanities Electives
Accounting Elective



Credih


Senior Year


3


American Art


6


Humanities Electives


3


Art .Electives


7-9


Electives


6


American Ci\'ilization


3





28-30




ART

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Fre<hnidn Year

English Composition

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Mathematics

Drawing I and II

Art Appreciation

Music Appreciation

Physical Education



Sophomore Year

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Foreign Culture

Design I and 11

Speech

Humanities Elective

Histor)' of Art I and II

Phvsical Education



Junior Year

Foreign Culture

Laboratory Science

Sculpture I and 11

Painting I and II

History of Art III

Composition or Commercial Art



Credits

6

6
6
6
3
3
_2
32

Credili

6
6
3
3
3
6

J.

32

Crcdils
6

8
6
6
3
_3
32



Credits

3

6

12

9

_3

33



Students majoring in Art must complete 15 credits in Appreciation and
Histon,' as follows: AlOl, A203, A205, A3m, A405, and 27 credits in studio
courses as follows: A107, A108, A109, A207, A208, A216, A219, A317, A318.

Art majors must have 12 credits in elective art courses, which must
include either: Drawing 111 and IV, Sculpture 111 and IV, or Painting III
and IV.



BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE
Bachelor of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Mathematics

Psychology-Sociology

Foreign Culture

Humanities or Social Science Electives

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Anthropology

Principles of Biology

Foreign Culture

Humanities or Social Science Electives

Statistics

Behavioral Science Elective

Physical Education

Elective

junior Year

Experimental Psychology
Data Analysis with SPSS
Behavioral Science Electives
Speech
Electives



Behavioral Science Electives

Behavioral Science Seminar

Electives

American Civili/alion



Credits

6
6
6
6
6
_2
32

Credits

3
8
6
6
3
3
2
_3
34

Credits

3
1
9
3
12
28

Credits

12
3
12
_3
30



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BIOLOGY

Bachelor of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

General Chemistry

Principles of Biology-Zoology

College Mathematics or General Physics

Physical Education



Sophomore Year

Biology Electives*

Organic Chemistry

Statistics and General Elective or

General Physics
Behavioral Science or Humanities

Electives



Credits

6



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33



Junior Year


Credits


Foreign Culture


6


Behavioral and Social Sciences or




Humanities Electives


6


Biology Electives*


12


American Civilization


3


Speech


3


Physical Education


2




32


Senior Year


Credits


Foreign Culture ^


6


Biology Electives*


4


Area Elective


3


General Electives


13


Behavioral and Social Sciences or




Humanities Electives


6




32



All Majors are required to successfully complete
College Math and College Algebra or Calculus I and
II, General Physics, General Chemistry, Organic
Chemistry and Statistics; or the equivalent. (Equiva-
lence is based upon a departmental decision and/or
standard tests.)

*A biology major must complete 35 hours in biology, to include 23 hours of
core courses (Principles of Biology, Zoology, Botany, Genetics, Terrestrial
or Aquatic Ecology, and Seminar in Biology) and 12 hours of electives. The
latter should be determined in conference with Academic Advisors.



COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Bachelor of Science Degree

Freshman Year Credits

Principles of Computer Information

Systems 3

English Composition 6

Foreign Culture 6

Mathematics (excluding S152) 6

Behavioral or Social Science Elective 3

*FORTRAN Programming 3

Humanities Elective 3

Physical Education _2

32

Sophomore Year Credits

Supervisory Management 3

Elementary Accounting 6
*COBOL and Advanced COBOL

Programming 6

Foreign Culture 3

Laboratory Science 3-4

Statistics 3

Physical Education 2





32-33


Junior Year


Credits


Communication & Report Writing
Laboratory Science
Humanities Electives


3

3-4
6


Business Elective


3


Quantitative or Statistical Analysis

Speech

Behavioral or Social Science Elective


3
3
3


Management Information Systems
Real-Time and Distributive Processing


3

3




30-31


Senior Year


Credits


American Civilization


3


Strategic Planning
Management Seminar
Business Elective


3
3

3


Business Systems Analysis & Design
Computer Operating Systems & Assembler

Programming
Foreign Culture
Electives


3

3

3

7-9



28-30



'Only ONE computer language course may be taken in a semester.



Programs of Study



CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Bachelor of Science Degree —
Law Enforcement Concentration



English Composition

Introduction to Sociology

Introduction to Criminal Justice System

Mathematics

Physical Education

General Psychology

Electives



Sophomore Year

Principles of Criminal Law
Laboratory Science
American Go\'ernment
Criminal Investigation
Foreign Culture
Physical Education
Introduction to Speech
Criminalistics
Police Operational Functions

Junior Year

Criminolog}'

Police and Community Relations

Foreign Culture

Humanities Elective

State and Local Government

Law of Crime and Corrections

Electives

American Civilization

Police Organization and Administration

Seriiur Year

Humanities Electives
Communication and Report Writing
Seminar in Selected Law Enforcement

Problems
Correctional Approaches to Crime and

Delinquency or Role of Police in Crime

and Delinquency
Electives



3
15
30



CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Bachelor of Science Degree-
Corrections Concentration



Credits


Freslutum Year


Credits


6


English Composition


6


3


Introduction to Sociology


3


3


Mathematics


6


6


General Psychology


3


2


Laboratory Science


6-8


3


Introduction to Criminal Justice System


3


9


Physical Education


2


32




29-31


Credits


Sophomore Year


Credits


3


Juvenile Delinquency


3


6-8


Communication and Report Writing


3


3


Speech


3


3


Humanities Elective


9-12


6


Foreign Culture


6


2


American Government


3


3


Physical Education


2


3




29-32


3


lutuor Year


Credits


32-34


Criminology


3


Credits


Community Corrections


3


3


Human Relations Techniques


3


3


State and Local Government


3


6


Foreign Culture


6


3


Social Science Electives


3-6


3


Behavioral Science Electives


3


3


Free Electives


6


3




30-33


3

3
30


Senior Year


Credits


Correctional Approaches


3


Law of Corrections


3


Credits


Behavioral Science Electives


12


6


Police Science Electives


6


3


Free Electives


6


3


American Civilization


3
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EDUCATION— ELEMENTARY
Bachelor of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Western Civilization

College Algebra

Foundations of Number Systems

General Psychology

Intro, to Sociology

Intro, to American Ed.

Foreign Culture Elective

Physical Education



Sophomore Year

Field Natural History
Psychology of Learning
Developmental Psychology
Elementary Curriculum I
Developmental Reading
Diagnostic & Remedial Reading
World Geography
Introduction to Speech
Electives

Physical Education and Recreational
Activities



luiiwr Year

Elementary Curriculum II-III •'

Physical Science

American Civilization

Foreign Culture

Area of Concentration*

Art Education for Elementary Teachers

Music in the Elementary School

Senior Yeari

Humanities

Area of Concentration

Electives

THE PROFESSIONAL SEMESTER

Instructional Media

Professional OrientaHon & School Law

Educational Evaluation

Senior Education Seminar

Student Teaching



6
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
_2
32

Credits

3
3
3
3
' 3
3
3
3
, , 5

_2
31

Credits

6
3
3
3
9
3
_3
30

Credits

3

3

_9

15

2
2
2
2
_8

16
31



tSenior semesters are interchangeable,

•Elementary Education majors elect one concentration area from the follow-
ing options:

Art: AlOl or A203; A107; A207; and a studio art elective.

Language Arts: E205 or E216; E320 or E256; E254 or £311; E315 or E271 or

E310.
Mathematics: Four courses: Two of the following: S163, S168, S171, S172,

Two of the following: S174, 8373, S375, S376.
Music: MU150 and 9 additional credits in music.
Reading: EE407, EE408, EE409, EE410.

Science: Any 12 credits in Science drawn from Biology, Chemistry, Phys-
ics or Physical Science.
Socml Studies: PS241 or PS301; M221 or M222; B203 or B205 or B286;
G341 or G345 or G250.

EDUCATION— SECONDARY

The student seeking certification in Secondary
Education must major in Biology, Business Educa-
tion, Communications, General Science, Mathemat-
ics or Social Studies.



Freshman Year

English Composition
Western Civilization**
Mathematics
General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Foreign Culture Electives*
Physical Education



Sophomore Year

Introduction to Speech
Introduction to American Education
Psychology of Learning
Laboratory Science Electives
Free Electives
Area Specialization*
Physical Education



Secondary School Experience
Secondary Teaching Strategies
Area Specialization*
American Civilization



Area Specialization*
Humanities Electives
Electives



Credits

6
6
6
3

3
6

J2
32

Credits

3

3

3

6-8

3-5

9

2

31

Credits

3

3

21

_3

30

Credits
3

9
_3
15



Programs of Study



THE PROFESSIONAL SEMESTER

Instructional Media

Professional Orientation & School Law

Educational Evaluation

Senior Education Seminar

Student Teaching



tSenior semesters are interchangeable.

"Sodal Studies majors must take 4 Intercultural Studies courses.
•Area Specialization courses required as follows:

Biology.

Physics 1 and II

General Chenustr,- (2 courses)

Organic Chemistr)' {2 courses)

Statistics

Environmental Biology

Principles of Biology

Zoology

Botany

Microbiology

Genetics

Biology Seminar



Communications:

21 credit hours in required courses:

Linguistics

Oral Interpretation or Group Discussion

Shakespeare

The Short Story-
Introduction to Theatre

Teaching Communication in Secondary Schools

Advanced Composition
12 credit hours from one of the following areas of specialization:

Literature (4 courses)

Masterpieces of American Literature

English Literature

European Literature

Any 2 other literature courses



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2
2
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Any 2



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Writing (any 4)

Technical Writing

History of the English Language

Communication and Report Writing

Creative Writing

Journalism

RadioATV Writing

Speech (any 4)
Oral Interpretation

or Group Discussion
Voice and Diction
Advanced Public Speaking
Introduction to RadioTV
Introduction to Film
Mass Media

Speech Laboratory \ 4 credits

Dramatic Arts Laboratory / maximum
Theatre Arts Workshop

Theatre (any 4)
Modem Drama
History of Theatre
Stagecraft



Acting

Theatre Practicum

Theatre Arts Workshop



Central Science:

General Chemistri' I and II

General Physics or (2 courses— S183 & S184)

Engineering Physics (2 courses — S185 & S186)

Principles of Computer Science

Principles of Biology

Zoology

Earth and Space Science

Teaching of General Science

6-8 credit hours from one of the following areas of specialization:

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Field Natural History

Botany

Microbiology

Genetics

Animal Physiology

Chemistry

Quantitative Analytical Cheniisln,-
Organic Chemistry I
Organic Chemistn,' II
Instrumental Analytical Chemistry

Physics

Statistics

Dynamics

Engineering Physics (S285)

Engineering Physics (S286)

Engineering Drawing

Mathematics:

Analytical Geometry and Calculus (3 courses— S171—S172—S271)

Differential Equations

Linear Algebra or Abstract Algebra

Structures of Mathematics

Statistics

Introduction to Geometry

Principles of Computer Science

Teaching of Mathematics

One course chosen from:

Abstract Algebra

Linear Algebra

Advanced Calculus

Reading and Research

Social Studies:

History of American Civilization I and II

American Government

State and Local Government

Introduction to Anthropology or Cultural Anthropology

American Social Problems

Introduction to Geography

Principles of Economics (Micro and Macro)

Teaching Social Studies in the Secondary School



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BUSINESS EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science Degree
Secretarial, Accounting, Marketing, Data
Processing and Typing Concentrations^

freshman Year

English Composition
Mathematics (includ. Math of Bus.)
Supervisory Management
Elementary Accounting
Typing
^Shorthand
Physical Education
General Psychology

Sophomore Year

Humanities Elective
•'intermediate Accounting

Laboratory Science

Principles of Marketing

Introduction to American Education
^Accounting Elective

Foreign Culture

BASIC Programming — Microcomputer
^COBOL Programming

Secretarial Procedures

Physical Education




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Credits

6
6
3
6
5
6
2
3

Credits
3
3

6-8
3
3
3
6
3
3
3
2



Junuv )ea}

Speech

Psychology of Learning

Economics

Business Law
^Office Simulations

Foreign Culture
"^Salesmanship

Principles of Business Education

Business Machines
^Management Information Systems

American Civilization

Senwr Year

Communication & Report Writing
Humanities Electives
Teaching Business Subjects
■^Marketing Elective

Business Systems Analysis and Design
Professional Semester
Total Credits Required

'Bus. Ed. majors will elect Typing and any one or more of these
concentrations

■Required only of those students concentrating in the secretarial field
^Required only of the accounting concentration
■'Required only of the marketing concentration
^Required c")nly of the data processing concentration



Credits
3
3
6

3
5
6
3
3
1
3
3

Credits
3

6
3
3
3
16



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Programs of Study



ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Bachelor of Science Degree

The Engineering Management Program has been
designed for those students who wish to pursue a
career in management with companies invoh'ed in
technical production.



Freshnuin Yenr


CrcMi


American Civilization


3


Supervisory Management


3


English Composition


6


Foreign Culture/Language


6


Analytic Geometry & Calculus


8


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