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Engineering Drawing


2


Physical Education


2




30


Sophomore Year


Credilf


Principles of Economics


6


Elementary Accounting


6


Foreign Culture/Language


6


Physics


8


Analytic Geometry & Calculus


4


Physical Education


2




32


lunior Year


Credits


Chemistry'


8


Business Law


3


Communications and Report Writing


3


Marketing Elective


3


Speech


3


Statics


3


Physics


4


Descriptive Geometry


2


Humanities Elective


6




35


Senior Year


Cri-J//-


Management Electives


6


Management Seminar


3


Engineering Electives


6-8


Humanities Electives


6


Social Science Electives


6


Free Elective


3



ENGLISH

Bachelor of Arts Degree

freshrrmn Year

English Composition

Foreign Culture*

Humanities Electives**

Mathematics

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Physical Education



30-32



Credit-
6
6

6

6

6

2

32



Sophomore Year

Literature Electivest

Humanities Electives**

Introduction to Speech

Foreign Culture*

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Laboratory Science

Free Elective

Physical Education



Humanities or Behavioral and Social

Sciences Elective
Literature Electivest
Advanced Speech Communication course

(selected from E205, E304 or E306)
Advanced Composition
Free Electives



Senior Year

English Seminar

Literature Electivest

Free Electives

American Civilization

History of the English Language



6
3
3
6

3

6-8
3
2



32-34



3
9
3

3

12
30

Credits
3
9

13-15
3
3



31-33

'Students must obtain at least two semesters' credit in a single foreign lan-
guage.
"Humanities electives must be taken outside the English and Speech De-
partment and must include a course in philosophy.

tLiterature electives must eventually include:
American Literary Masterpieces Shakespeare

English Literature Four additional literature courses

European Literary Masterpieces

Students must receive a grade of "2" or better in
each course within the major and in ElOl, E102 and
E204 to qualify for graduation.

A B.A. degree in English with a writing option is
available. See your advist)r for information.

HEALTH RECORD ADMINISTRATION
Bachelor of Science Degree



Ire-ltnuin Year

English Composition

Introduction to Sociology*

Mathematics

Foreign Culture/Language

Humanities Elective

General Psychology*

Orientation to Health Record

Administration*
Ph\'sical Education



Credits

6
3
6
6
6
3

1
_1
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Sophomore Year Credits

Anatomy and Physiology* 8

Foreign Culture/Language 6

Speech 3

Communication & Report Writing* 3

Social/Behavioral Science Electives 6

Humanities Elective 3

Physical Education _2

31

]umor Year Credits

American Civilization 3

Principles of Management* 3

Statistics* 3

Microbiology* 4

Introduction to Data Processing* 3

Org. & Adm. of Health Care Facilities 3

Social/Behavioral Science Elective 3

Personnel Relations* 3

Health Record Science 3

Medical Terminology 3

Directed Practice 1+ 1

Health Statistics and Research 4

Physical Education _1

37



Senior Year

Health Classifications, Indexes, Registers
Quality Assurance in Health Care
Fundamentals of Medical Science
Health Record Management
Health Records in Special Health Care

Facilities
Systems Analysis
Health Information Systems
Directed Practice II, Hit
Legal Concepts for the Health Field
Health Record Management Affiliationt
Health Record Administration Seminar



Credits

3
2
6
4

1
1
3
3
3
4
_2
32

tDirected Practice consists of approximately 440 hours of on-site clinical ex-
perience at various health care institutions. During Management Affiliation
of the senior year, each student goes on a 6 week full-time affiliation at a
health care inshtution outside the York area. Students are responsible for
their own transportation during Directed Practice and Management Af-
filiation assignments.

'Supporting Courses



HISTORY

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition
Western Civilization I & 11
Foreign Language*
Mathematics
Geography
Political Science
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

American Civilization I & II

Foreign Language*

Humanities Electives

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Laboratory Science

Physical Education '

junior Year .

Foreign Culturet

History Electives

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Humanities Electives

Speech

Free Electives . , .



Senior Year

Foreign Culturet
History Electives
Seminar in History
Humanities Elective
Free Electives

'Fulfills general foreign culture requirement.
tOther than foreign languages.

HUMANITIES
Bachelor of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition
American Civilization
Introduction to Art Appreciation
Music Appreciation
Mathematics
Foreign Language
Physical Education



Credits

6
6
6
6
3
3
_2
32

Credits

6
6
6
6
6-8

2

32-34

Credits

3

12

3

6

3

_3

30

Credits

3
9
3
3
12
30



Credits

6
6
3

3
6
6

_2
32



Programs of Study



Soplwmore Year

Speech

Sociology-Psychology
Literature Electives
HistoPv' Elective
Laboratory Science
Foreign Language
Physical Education

lumor Year

Philosophy
Political Science
Geography
Art History Elective
Living Religions
Music Elective
Literature Elective
Foreign Language
Theatre Arts



Senior Year

Economics

Philosophy Elective

Theatre Arts

Histor)'

Literature Elective

Introduction to Indo-European Languages

and Folklore
Electives



Credits

3
6
6

3
6
6

_2
32

Credits

6

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
_3
30

Credits
3
3

3
3
3

3

12
30



LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION
Bachelor of Science Degree

State and federal requirements for entry-level
administrative positions in long-term care facilities
have been upgraded. In Pennsylvania, there is now
only one other institution offering preparation on the
Bachelor's degree level.

The major combines courses in Business Admin-
istration, Behavioral Sciences and Allied Health to
provide the necessar)' background for entry-level
positions in long-term care facilities. A carefully su-
pervised internship gives the student practical field
experience.

Upon graduation, the student can seek jobs in
nursing homes, retirement communities, mental in-
stitutions, residential centers for the retarded, alcohol
rehabilitation facilities and related agencies.



English Composition
Fundamentals of Human Biology
Science Elective
General Psychology
Introduction to Sociology
Foreign Culture
Mathematics
American Civilization
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Speech

Public Finance

Elementary Accounting

Foreign Culture

Practicum in Long-Term Care

Administration
Organization & Administration of Health



Credits

6
3
3-4
3
3
3
6
3

2

32-33



Care Facilities
Humanities Electives


3
6


Physical Education


2




32


lumor Year


Credits


Adulthood & Aging


3


Human Service Techniques


3


Medical Terminology


1


Principles of Management


3


Data Analysis with SPSS


1


Personnel Relations


3


Behavioral Science Electives


6


Statistics


3


Humanities Elective


3


Foreign Culture


3




29


Senior Year


Credits


Legal Concepts of Health Field


3


Administrative Management


3


Administrator-in-Training


12-15


Humanities Elective


3


Electives


9-12



30-36



York College



of Pennsylvania



MANAGEMENT
Bachelor of Science Degree

Human Resource, Production, and Banking and
Financial Management Concentrations



Freshman Year

American Civilization

English Composition

Foreign Culture

Mathematics (excluding S152)

Physical Education

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Humanities Elective



Soplwmore Year

Supervisory Management
Principles of Economics
Elementary Accounting
Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Physical Education
Foreign Culture
Laboratory Science
Statistics



junior Year

Communication & Report Writing
Business Law
Management Theory
Humanities Electives
Personnel Relations
Production/Operations Management
Foreign Culture
Principles of Marketing
Quantitative or Statistical Analysis
Speech



Senior Year

Business Elective*
Finance
Electives

Management Electives*
Management Seminar
Strategic Planning
Humanities Elective



Credits
3

6
6
6

2
6

_3
32

Credits



3

2

3

6-8



32-34

Credits

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

30

Credits

3
3
7-9
6
3
3

3

28-30



*By proper selection of these electives a student may concentrate in Human
Resource, Production or Banking and Financial Management.



MARKETING

Bachelor of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

American Civilization

Foreign Culture

Mathematics (excluding SI 52)

Humanities Elective

Behavioral or Social Sciences Electives

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Principles of Economics
Elementary Accounting
Laboratory Science
Principles of Marketing
Supervisory Management
Marketing Elective
Statistics
Physical Education



Credits

6
3
6
6
3
6

J.

32

Credits

6
6
6-8
3
3
3
3
2





32-34


Junior Year


Credits


Business Law


3


Marketing Electives

Communication & Report Writing

Speech

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Quantitative or Statistical Analysis
Production/Operations Management
Humanities Elective


6
3
3

3
3
3

3


Foreign Culture


3
30


Senior Year


Credits


Marketing Research
Marketing Pol. & Strat.
Management Seminar
Marketing Electives
Humanities Elective


3
3

3
6
3


Foreign Culture
Electives


3
7-9



28-30



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Programs of Study



MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
Bachelor of Science Degree

A Medical Technologist performs tests under the
direction of pathologists, physicians or scientists who
specialize in clinical chemistry, microbiology,
diagnosis of disease, and other biological sciences.
Upon attaining the B.S. Degree and passing the
National Registry Examination, the Medical
Technologist is qualified to work in medical
laboratories in hospitals or private facilities, research
laboratories, industrial laboratories, and many others.

Students pursuing the Bachelor of Science
Degree in Medical Technology spend three years at
the College followed by a fourth Clinical year of study
at an approved School of Medical Technology.
During the Fall semester of the junior year, students
arrange with the Medical Technology Coordinator to
petition for the senior Clinical year. The College
cannot guarantee acceptance at the hospital since
enrollment is limited by the size of the hospital-based
program. However, the College assists in placing
students in a clinical program. Selection criteria used
by hospitals for Clinical year candidates include
student's cumulative GPA, letters of recommen-
dation, personal interviews, and college affiliation.
Students are encouraged to maintain a minimum 3.0
GPA in order to be viable Clinical year candidates.
Completion of course work, including clinical
experience, is required before a student is eligible to
take the National Registry Examination.



Should a student elect not to continue in the
Medical Technology Program or not be admitted to
the hospital-based professional program, the student
can easily switch to a Biology major. Selection of a
major other than Biology may require additional
course work. Students not accepted for the Clinical
year of study may reapply the following year.

The Clinical year is normally a twelve-month
program beginning in August of a student's senior
year. Students will register with the college during
the Clinical year of study; however, no tuition is
remitted to the College. The College Financial Aid
Office remains available for assistance. Students are
permitted to participate in the formal spring
graduation ceremony at the College even though the
Clinical year program is still in progress.

York College is affiliated with York Hospital,
York, Pa.; Saint Joseph Hospital, Lancaster, Pa.; and
Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pa. The
programs of study and course descriptions vary
somewhat and are available upon request from the
hospital. In addition to these affiliations, students
have completed their clinical training at Sacred Heart
Hospital, Allentown, Pa.; Lower Bucks Hospital,
Bristol, Pa.; Monmouth Medical Center Hospital,
Long Branch, N.J.; Muhlenberg Hospital, Plainfield,
N.].; Fitz Mercy Catholic Medical Center, Darby, Pa.;
Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C.; and
Lenox Hill Hospital, NY, NY.







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Medical Technology (continued)

Freshman Year Credits

English Composition 6

Principles of Biology 4

General Chemistry 8

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives 6

Foreign Culture 3

Mathematics 6-8

Physical Education 1

34-36



Sophomore Year


Credits


Foreign Culture


6


Humanities Elective


3


Organic Chemistry
Animal Physiology
Microbiology
Physical Education
Sociology
Statistics


8
4
4
2
3
3




33


Juimr Year


Credits


Speech ' '
Humanities Electives


3
6


Foreign Culture
Immunology
Psychology
American Civilization


3
4
3
3


Physical Education
Instrumental Analytical Chemistry
Quantitative Analytical Chemistry
Biochemistry


1

4

4

4

35



Senior Year

Clinical year of study in NAACLS
approved program. Credits for individual
courses may vary with program. The courses
include:

Clinical Microbiology, Clinical
Chemistry, Clinical Hematology/
Coagulation, Clinical Immunohematology,
Clinical Immunology/Serology, Clinical
Seminar



32



MUSIC

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition
Physical Education
Performance Groups
Music Fundamentals
Music Theory I
Aural Training I
Primary Instrument
Secondary Instrument
Voice Class*
Music Appreciation
Foreign Culture



Credits

6
2
2
3
3
1
2
1
1
3
_6
30

Credits

6
2
3
6
2
6
2
2

J.

30

Credits

6
6

2
2
3
1
3
6
_3
32

Credits

6

2
6
2
2
3
3
2

_3
29

*Voice class is a prerequisite for all applied voice study. Voice majors may

take applied voice along with voice class.
*'Electives in music may be selected from applied music, performance

groups, jazz history, and independent study.



Sophomore Year

Mathematics
Physical Education
Speech

Foreign Culture
Performance Groups
Music Theory II, III
Aural Training II, III
Primary Instrument
Secondary Instrument



junior Year

Laboratory Science

Humanities Electives

Performance Groups

Primary Instrument

Music Theory IV

Aural Training IV

Counterpoint

Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives

Electives**



Humanities Electives

Performance Groups

Music History I, II

Conducting

Orchestration

Behavioral or Social Sciences Elective

Electives**

Primary Instrument

Senior Recital

American Civilization



Programs of Study



NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY
Bachelor of Science Degree



Freshnum Year


Credits


English Composition


6


*Prindples of Biology


4


*General Chemistry


8


Behavioral & Social Science Electives


3


Foreign Culture


3


♦Mathematics (S153, S166)


6


Physical Education


2




32


Sophomore Year


Cred,li


Foreign Culture


6


Humanities Elective


3


*Organic Chemistry


4


♦Human A&P


8


*Microbiologv


4


Sociology (B185)


3


American Civ.


3


Physical Education


2




33


junior Year


Credits


Speech


3


Humanities Electives


6


Foreign Culture


3


Behavioral & Social Science


3


♦Biochemistry


4


♦Immunology


4


Psvchologv'(B161)


3


♦Physics (Si84)


4


♦Principles of Computer Information




Systems


3




33



Senior Yearf

(Clinical Practicum)
NM Theor\'
NM Applied Theory
NM Clinical Applications
NM Practicum



3
6

13
30



"Students must have a minimum grade of 2.0 in each of these required
courses and nuclear medical lechnolog>' major courses (') with an average
of 2.3 in science and mathematics courses and must have a cumulative
grade point average of 2.3 in order for the college to recommend the stu-
dent for the clinical year.

+The senior year consists of a hospital practicum at one of the four hospitals
of the South Central Pennsylvania Consortium for Nuclear Medicine Tech-
nology Training.



NURSING

Bachelor of Science Degree

Freslunan Year

English Composition^

Mathematics (S153-S163 or advanced

courses)
General Psychology^
Introductory Sociology^
Chemistry^'si23-S124'
Introduction to Professional Nursing^
Humanities Elective
Physical Education



So(i/ici/Hort' Year

Human Anatomy and Physiology^

Microbiology^

Human Development and Health Care^

Nutrition in Health Care^

Principles of Health Care Practices I, IP

Speech^

Humanities Elective

Foreign Culture/Language

Physical Education

junior Year

Family and Health — Long Term Care^

Family and Health — Child Bearing Families^

Foreign Culture/Language

Humanities Elective

Statistics^

Behavioral Science Elective

Social Science Elective



Senior Year

Family and Health — Acute Care^
The Community and Health^
Leadership in Professional Nursing*
Research and Professional Nursing

Practice*
Foreign Culture/Language
Elective
American Civilization



6
3
3
8
2
3
_2
33



4
2
2
8
3
3
3
J,
35

Credits
7

7
6
3
3
3
_3
32

Credits



3

3

3

_3

30



"Students must have a grade point average of 2.5 to progress into clinical
nursing courses. To remain in and progress through the nursing major
students must have a minimum grade of 2.0 in all nursing and support



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POLITICAL SCIENCE:
Bachelor of Arts Degree
Government Concentration

Freshman Year

English Composition

Mathematics

Foreign Culture/Language

Introduction to Sociology

General Psychology

American Civilization 1 & II

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Introduction to Political Science
Laboratory Science
Introduction to Speech
Foreign Culture/Language
American Government
State & Local Government
Principles of Economics (Macro)
Humanities Electives
Physical Education

]umor Year

Comparative Government
International Relations
Geography — World & Urban
Statistics & Principles of Computer

Information Systems ~
Humanities
Free Electives



Senior Year

Foreign Governments*

International Economics

Political Theory

American Foreign Policy

Free Electives

Parties, Campaigns & Elections

Internship



Credits

6

6-8
6
3
3
6

2

32-34

Credits

3
6-8
3
6
3
3
3
3

2

32-34

Credits

3
3
6

6

6

_6

30

Credits

6
3
3
3
6
3
_6
30



*See Political Science Listings



POLITICAL SCIENCE:
Bachelor of Arts Degree
International Studies Concentration



Freshman Year


Credits


English Composition


6


Western Civilization I & II


6


Intercultural Studies (Intro.)


3


Mathematics


6


Principles of Economics


6


Humanities Elective


3


Physical Education


2




32


Sophomore Year


Credits


Speech


3


Foreign Language


6


American Civilization 1 & 11


6


Laboratory Science


6-8


Free Electives*


6


Introduction to Geography


3


Physical Education


2




32-34


lunwr Year


Credits


Foreign Language


6


Intercultural Studies (Intro.)


3


Humanities Electives


6


American Government


3


International Relations


3


Behavioral and Social Sciences Electives*


6


American Foreign Policy


3




30


Senior Year


Credits


Intercultural Studies (Foreign Government)


6


Comparative Government


3


International Economics


3


International Relations or War and Peace


3


Free Electives*


15




30


POLITICAL SCIENCE:




Bachelor of Arts Degree




Public Administration Concentration





Freshman Year

English Composition

Mathematics

Foreign Culture/Language

Introduction to Sociology

General Psychology

American Civilization 1 & II

Physical Education



Credits

6
6-8
6
3
3
6

2

32-34



Programs of Study



Sophomore Vt-.ir


Credits


Introduction to Political Science


3


Laboratory' Science


6-8


Introduction to Speech


3


Foreign Culture/Language


6


American Government


3


State & Local Government


3


Principles of Economics (Macro)


3


Humanities Electives


3


Physical Education


2




32-34


lumor VtMr


Credilf


Introduction to Public Administration


3


Comparative Government


3


Statistics


3


Urban Geography


3


Politics of Public Policy


3


Humanities Electives


6


Free Electives


6-9


American Foreign Policy


3




30-33


St'Tiior Year


Credili


Principles of Management


3


Readings in Public Administration


3


Public Finance


3


Principles of Computer Information




Systems


3


Decision Making in the Public Sector


3


Free Electives


9-12


Internship


6



30-33



PSYCHOLOGY MAJOR
Bachelor of Science Degree



Freshman Year


Credits


English Composition


6


General Psychology


3


Introductory Sociology


3


Mathematics


6


Language or Intercultural Studies


6


Humanities Electives


6


Physical Education


2




32


Sophomore Year


Credits


History' and Systems of Psychology


3


Biology


8


Statistics


3


Language or Intercultural Studies


6


Social Science Electives


6


Electives


6


Physical Educahon


2




34



Imuor Year

Experimental Psychology

Psychology Electives

Data Analysis with SPSS

Speech

Humanities Electives

Electives



Senior Year

Physiological Psychology

Psychology Electives

Behavioral Science Seminar

Electives

American Civilization



RADIO AND TELEVISION
Bachelor of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition
Mathematics/Lab Science
Behavioral Science Elective
Humanities Elective*
Foreign Culture
Radio-TV Speaking
Voice and Diction
Introduction to Speech
Radio-TV Practicum
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Foreign Culture
Mathematics/Lab Science
Behavioral Science Elective
Radio-TV Writing
American Civilization
Principles of Communication
Survey of Radio-Television
Television Production
Radio Production
Radio-TV Practicum
Physical Education



Credits
3
6
1

3

6

_9

28

Credits

3
9
3

12
_3
30



Credits

6
6-8
3
3
3
3
3
3
1

1

32-34

Credits

3
6-8
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1

1

32-34



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Junior Year

Humanities Electives
Behavioral Science Elective
Foreign Culture
Area Elective
Mass Communication
Group Discussion
Advanced Composition
Free Elective
Radio-TV Practicum
Physical Education

Senior Year

Humanities Electives
Behavioral Science Elective
Foreign Culture
Communications Seminar
Area tlectives
Free Electives
Physical Education



'Students must take a minimum of six credits of literature as part of their
humanities electives and a minimum of nine credits of humanities courses
at the 300 level or above.

Students must receive a grade of "2" or better in
each course within the major and in ElOl, E102 and
E204 to qualify for graduation.

RECREATION (Therapeutic/Community)
Bachelor of Science Degree



Credits


lunior Year


Credits


9


Recreation & Leisure Electives


6


3


Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation


3


3
3


Adulthood and Aging
Science


3
6-8


3


Behavioral Science Elective


3


3


American Civilization


3


3


Free Electives


6


3
1

1




30-32


Settlor Year


Credits


32


Seminar in Recreation and Leisure Studies


3


Credits


Internship
Recreation Elective


9-12
3


6-9


Behavioral Science Elective '


3


3


Free Electives


9-12


3


Recreation Administration


3


3
6




30-36


3-8

1

28-36


SOCIOLOGY MAJOR
Bachelor of Science Degree






Freshman Year


Credits



Freshman Year


Credits


Recreation & Leisure in Modern Society


3


Leadership in Recreation and Leisure




Activities


3


General Psychology


3


Introduction to Sociology


3


English Composition


6


Foreign Culture


6


Humanities Electives


6


Physical Education


2




32


Sophomore Year


Credits


Recreation Elective


3


Recreation Practicum


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