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3


Psychology of Adjustment


3


Human Services Techniques


3


Speech


3


Math


6-8


Foreign Culture


6


Humanities Elective


3


Physical Education


2



32-34



English Composition
General Psychology
Introductory Sociology
Mathematics
Foreign Culture
Humanities Electives
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Science



6
3
3
6
6
6
2
32



Humanities or Social Sciences


6


Statistics


3


Foreign Culture


6


Elective


3


Sociology Electives
Physical Education


6

2

34


junior Year


Credits


Development of Sociological Theory
Contemporary Sociological Theory
Research Methods


3
3
3


Data Analysis with SPSS
Humanities or Social Sciences


1

6


Speech
Sociology Elective


3
3


Electives


6




28



Programs of Study



SfMlor Vt'iJr

Behavioral Science Seminar

Sociology Electives

Electives

American Civilization



SPEECH

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Frcihmjii Year

English Composition
Mathematics/Lab Science
Behavioral Science Elective
Humanities Elective*
Foreign Culture
Voice and Diction
IntroducHon to Speech
Speech Practicum
Physical Education



Junior Year

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



Cre<iits
3

6

18

30



Credits

6
6-8
3
3
3
3
3
1
1





29-31


Sophomore Year


Cradls


Foreign Culture


3


Lab Science/Mathematics


6-8


Behavioral Science Elective


3


American Civilization


3


Humanities Elective


3


Principles of Communication


3


Oral Interpretahon


3


Technical or CommunicaHon and




Report Writing


3


Free Elective


3


Speech Practicum


1


Physical Education


1



32-34

Crediti

3
6
3
3
3
3
3
3
]
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29



Senior Year

Foreign Culture
Humanities Electives
Advanced Public Speaking
Communications Seminar
Area Electives
Free Electives
Physical Education



Credit!^
3

6-9

3

3

6

6-11

1

31-33



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•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.



THEATRE

Bachelor of Arts Degree

Freshntan Year

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

Sophomore Year

Foreign Culture
Mathematics/Lab Science
Behavioral Science Elective
American Civilization
Humanities Elective
Principles of Communication
Introduction to Theatre
Oral Interpretation
Stagecraft
Theatre Practicum
Physical Education



29-31

Credilf
3

6-8
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1

1

32-34



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]umor Year

Acting

Humanities Elective
Behavioral Science Elective
Foreign Culture
History of Theatre
Area Elective
Mass Communication
Group Discussion
Advanced Composition
Free Elective
Theatre Practicum
Physical Education

Senior Year

Foreign Culture

Humanities Electives

Shakespeare

Behavioral Science Elective

Communications Seminar

Area Electives

Free Electives

Physical Education



Credits

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
J,
32

Credits

3
6-9
3
3
3
3
6-11

1

28-36



•Students must take a minimum of six credits of literature as part of ttieir
humanities electives and a minimum of nine credits of fiumanities 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.

THE ASSOCIATE DEGREE

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 within the first six weeks
of the semester.

1. Have successfully completed at least 60 credit
hours (plus 2 Physical Education credits). The
last 30 of these must be earned at York Col-
lege.

2. Have a cumulative quality point index of at
least 2.0.

3. Meet the following curriculum requirements:
A. General Requirements

(1) Three semesters of English, including
ElOl-102, English Composition. The
third course should be chosen from
E204, Introduction to Speech, E220,



Communications and Report Writing,
or a literature course. (ElOO Funda-
mentals of English wOl not satisfy this
requirement.) All students must re-
ceive a grade of "2" or better in ElOl
before enrolling in E102.

(2) Two semesters of Mathematics or Lab-
oratory Science.

(3) Two semesters of Social and/or Behav-
ioral Sciences.

(4) One semester of Humanities.

This requirement may be met by tak-
ing any course in art, hterature, music,
philosophy, religion, or theater arts,
with the exception that performance,
skill, or studio courses may not be used
to fulfill this requirement. Those
courses which fit this category would
include sculpture, painting, photogra-
phy, band, choir, theater workshop,
introduction to film, etc.

B. Additional courses approved by:

(1) An advisor in the department in which
the student is majoring.

(2) The Director of Advising for those
with no specific major.

C. Two physical education credits

Physical education skills courses may not
be counted as part of the minimum 60
credit hours required for an associate
degree.
An Associate of Science degree may be obtained

with concentration in the following areas:

Accounting

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Information Systems

Criminal Justice

Economics

Engineering

General Studies

Management

Marketing

Mathematics

Physics

Radio-Television

Real Estate

Respiratory Therapy

Retailing

Secretarial Specialist:

Executive Legal

Medical Office Administration



Programs of Study



An Associate of Arts degree may be obtained in
the following disciplines:

Art

General Studies

Language

Music

Philosophy

Political Science

The General Program leading to an Associate
Degree is as follows:



English Composition
Math or Laborator)' Science
Physical Education
Electives



Sophomore Year

Behavioral or Social Sciences Electives
HumaniHes Elective
English Electives
Electi\'es



Credits

6

6-8

2

18



32-


-34


Crcdils




6




3




3


16-


-18



28-30



Details regarding a particular Associate Degree
might be obtained from the Director of Advising or
the Departmental Chairman.



Certificate for Early Childhood Education

This program is designed for individuals who are
presently working or interested in working with pre-
school children. It is designed to provide and/or im-
prove the knowledge and skills of people working in
day care centers, nursery schools and other pre-
school institutions. Courses taken for the certificate
are approved college level courses and are acceptable
for continued academic work. Completion of this
program should not be equated to state certification
in Early Childhood Education at the baccalaureate
level.

Courses required for a Certificate in Early Child-
hood Education:







Credits


EE210


Early Childhood Curriculum


3


E204


Introduction to Speech


3


S221


Field Natural Histon,'


2


ElOl


English Composition


3


EE310


Physical Education and Recreational






Activities


2


L191


Conversational Spanish


1


EE407


Reading Readiness


3



A374 Art Education for Elementary

Teachers 3

EE211 Practicum in Early Childhood

Education 4

Certificate for Respiratory Technician
In cooperation with York Hospital

Students complehng this program will be
awarded a Certificate in Respiratory Therapy and are
qualified to take the Certified Respiratory Therapy
Technician (CRTT) examination administered by the
National Board for Respirator)' Therapy (NBRT).



College Algebra

Principles of Biology

Basic Science for Respiratory Therapy



Human Anatomy and Physiology
Medical Terminology
Cardiopulmonary Diseases
Bronchopulmonary Hygiene
Oxygen Therapy and Cardiopulmonary

Resuscitation
Clinical Practice I



Spring

Human Anatomy and Physiology
Pulmonary Function Testing
Pediatric Respiratory Therapy
Mechanical Ventilation
Clinical Practice 11



Clinical Practice



3
4

10

editi

4
1

3
3

3
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2

4

_2

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ASSOCIATE DEGREES

(Listed alphabetically)

ACCOUNTING

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

Supervisory Management

English Composition

Mathematics

Elementary Accounting

Humanities Elective

Electives

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Intermediate Accounting
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Economics

Speech

Intermediate Accounting

Accounting Electives

Principles of Marketing

Business Elective

Electives

Physical Education



ART

Associate of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Math and/or Science

Design I and 11*

Drawing I and II

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective

Art Appreciation

Physical Education

Sophomore

English Elective

Art History I and 11*

Painting I and II

Sculpture I and II

Electives

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective

Physical Education



Credits

3
6
6
3
3
3

3

3

J,

31

Credits

6
3
3
6
3
3
6

31



Credits

6
6
6
6
3
3

J.

31

Credits

3
6
6
6
6
3
J_
31



•Depending upon when offered these courses may be taken either the
Freshman or Sophomore year.



BIOLOGYt

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Mathematics

Biology BSlll

Zoology

General Chemistry

Humanities Elective



Sophomore Year

Genetics

Botany

Organic Chemistry

English Elective

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Biology Elective

Physical Education



CHEMISTRYt

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

General Chemistry

General Physics

Mathematics

Humanities Elective

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective



Sophomore Year

English Elective

Organic Chemistry

Quantitative Analytical Chemistry

Instrumental Analytical Chemistry

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective

Electives

Physical Education



Credits

6
6
4
4
8
_3
31

Credits

4
4
8
3
6
4
_2
31



Credits

6



6

3

34



4
4
3
8

_2
32



tSuitable courses are available so that many programs of study might be
scheduled. For example, in the professional areas, there are courses for
pre-medicine, pre-osteopathy, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinary medicine,
pre-podiatry and pre-optometric. In certain more specialized fields, there
are courses for mineralogy, oceanography as well as physical geology-
Other possibilities for areas of study not listed above should be discussed
with the Departmental Chairman.



Programs of Study



COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Associate of Science Degree



Principles of Computer Information




Frt-ihniiin Year


Cmdis


Systems




3


English Composition (E-101)


3


FORTRAN Programming




3


Communication & Report Writing (E-220)


3


Humanities Elective




3


Math


3


English! Composition




6


Lab Science


3-4


Mathematics




6


Social & Behavioral Sciences


6


Super\dsor}' Management




3


Humanities Elective


3


Elementar\' Accounting




6


Law Enforcement Elective


3


Physical Education




1


Electives


6






31


Physical Educahon


1
31-32


Sophomore Year




Credits






COBOL Programming




3


Sophomore Year


Creiiili


Ad\'anced COBOL Programming


3


EngUsh (E-102)


3


Speech




3


Lab Science


3-4


Principles of Economics




6


Law Enforcement Elective


3


Real-Time and Distributive Processing




Criminal Investigation


3


or Management Information


Systems


3


Introduction to Criminalistics


3


Principles of Marketing




3


Criminalistics Electives


9


Free Electives




9


Electives


6


Physical Education




1
31


Physical Education


1

31-32



CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Associate of Science Degree
Law Enforcement Concentration

Fre>hnuw Year

English Composition
Math or Lab Science
Psychology B-161
Sociology 'B-185
Humanities Elective
Police Science Electives
Elective
Phvsical Education



Sophomore Year

Speech or Communication & Report

Writing
Criminology
Police Science Electives
Electives
Physican Education



31-33



CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Associate of Science Degree
Criminalistics Concentration



CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Associate of Science Degree
Corrections Concentration



Credilf

6

6-8


Fref-hmiiii Year

English Composition
Math or Lab Science


3
3
3


Psychology B-161
Sociology B-185
Humanities Elective


6


Corrections Electives


3


Elective


1


Physical Education



Sophomore Year

Speech or Communications & Report

Writing
Criminology
Corrections Electives
Human Service Techniques
Electives
Phvsical Education



Credilf

6
6-8
3
3
3
6
3

1

31-33



3
3
9

3
12

31



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ECONOMICS

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Mathematics
Principles of Economics
Humanities Electives
Electives
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Elementary Accounting
Money and Banking
Introduction to Finance
Principles of Marketing
Economics Electives
Introduction to Speech
Electives

Supervisory Management
Physical Education



ENGINEERING

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

Analytic Geometry & Calculus

Descriptive Geometry

Engineering Drawing

Engineering Physics

English Composition

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Calculus III

General Chemistry

Differential Equations

Dynamics

Engineering Physics

Humanities Elective

Speech

Statics

Physical Education



LANGUAGE*

Associate of Arts Degree



Credits


Freshman Year


Credits


6
3


English Composition

Language

Math or Lab Science


6
6
6


6


Humanities Elective


3


6


Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives


6


3


Elective


3


6


Physical Education


1


1
31




31


Credits

6
3
3
3
6
1.


Sophomore Year

English Elective
Language

Introduction to Indo-European Languages
Folklore


Credits
3

6
and

3


Recommended Electives:


18


History of Western Civilization




3

3

1

31


European Intellectual History
Modern Europe
Physical Education

•Concentration in one language required.

MANAGEMENT


1
31


Credits


Associate of Science Degree




8


Freshman Year


Credits


2
2
8


Supervisory Management
English Composition
Mathematics


3
6
6


6
6


Elementary Accounting
Humanities Elective


6
3


1


Elective


3


33

Credits
4


Principles of Marketing
Physical Education


3

1

31


8


Sophomore Year


Credits


4


Economics


6


3


Personnel Relations


3


8
3
3
3


Speech

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Management Electives


3

3
6


1


Electives


6


37


Production/Operations Management
Physical Education


3
1



31



Programs of Study



MARKETING

Associate of Science Degree

Fnshnujn Year

English Composition
Supenisory Management
Principles of Marketing
Elementary Accounting
Mathematics
Humanities Elective
Physical Education
Elective



Sophomore Year

Economics

Speech

Marketing Electives

Statistics

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Electives
Physical Education



MATHEMATICS
Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Social Science Electives

Electives

Analytic Geometry & Calculus

Humanities Elective

Physical Education

FORTRAN



Sophomore Year

Laboratory Science

Calculus in

Differential Equations

Mathematics Elective

English Elective

Electives

Physical Education



MUSIC

Associate of Arts Degree

fre:shman Year

English Composition
Music Fundamentals
Music Theory I
Aural Training I & II



Creditf

6
3
3
6
6
3
1
_3
31

Credtli

6
3
9

3

3
6

31



6
6
4
8
3
1
_3
31



4
4
3
3
8
_1
31



Credilf
6

3
3
2



Voice Class


1


Major Instrument


2


Minor Instrument


1


Performance Group


2


Introduction to Music Appreciation


3


Math or Lab Science


6-8


Physical Education


1




30-32


Sopliomore Year


Credits


Music Theory II & III


6


Aural Training III & IV


2


Major Instrument


2


Minor Instrument


1


Performance Group


2


English Elective


3


Humanities Elective


3


Social and Behavioral Sciences Elective


6


Electives


6


Physical Education


1




32



PHILOSOPHY

Associate of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Math or Lab Science

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Introduction to Philosophy

Electives

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

English Elective

Logic & Scientific Method

Contemporary Philosophy

Humanities Elective

Philosophy Elective

Electives

Physical Education



PHYSICS

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Social or Behavioral Sciences Electives

Analytic Geometry & Calculus

Engineering Physics

Humanities Elective

Physical Education



Credits

6
6-8
6
3
9

1

31-33

Credits

3

3

3

3

3

15

_1

31



6

8
8

3
J,

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Sop)wmore Year

Dynamics

Engineering Physics

Calculus 111

Mathematics Elective

Electives

Speech

Statics

Physical Education



POLITICAL SCIENCE
Associate of Arts Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition
Math or Lab Science
American Civilization I & 11
American Government
State & Local Government
Intercultural Studies (Intro. &

Contemporary)
Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Economics

Comparative Government

American Constitutional Thought or

Political Theory
International Relations __
Urban Geography
English Elective
Humanities Elective
Electives
Physical Education



RADIO-TELEVISION
Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Voice and Diction

Introduction to Speech

Social and Behavioral Sciences Electives

Humanities Elective

Science and/or Mathematics

Radio-Television Speaking



Sophomore Year

Introduction to Theatre
Oral Interpretation
Radio Production
Television Production



Credits

3
8
4
3-4
4
3
3

2

30-31



6
6
6
3
3

6
_1
31

Credits

6
3

3
3
3
3
3
6
J,
31



6
3
3
6
3
6-8



30-32

Credits

3
3

3
3




Radio-TV Writing
Journalism
Free Electives
Introduction to Radio-TV
Physical Education



REAL ESTATE

Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

Real Estate Fundamentals*
English Composition
Supervisory Management
Principles of Marketing
Elementary Accounting
Mathematics
Real Estate Practice*
Elective



Sophomore Year

Real Estate Electives*

Economics

Speech

Humanities Elective

Salesmanship

Elective

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Physical Education

*Real estate courses are generally offered only in the evening.

RESPIRATORY THERAPY

Associate of Science Degree*

In cooperation with York Hospital

Freshman Year
Summer

College Algebra

Principles of Biology

Basic Science for Respiratory Therapy



3

3

7-9

3

2

30-32



Credits
2
6
3
3
6

6

2

31

Credits

8
6
3
3
3
3

3
_2
31



Credits
3
4

_3
10



Programs of Study



Human Anatomy and Physiology
Medical Terminology
Cardiopulmonary Diseases
Bronchopulmonary Hygiene
Oxygen Therapy and Cardiopulmonary

Resuscitation
Clinical Practice I
English Composition



Human Anatomy and Physiology
Pulmonan,' Function Testing
Mechanical Ventilation
English Composition
Clinical Prachce 11
Physical Education



Sophomore Year
Summer

Psychology, Humanities, Social Science

Electiyes
Clinical Practice IV
Eyaluation of the Patient with

Pulmonar\' Disease



Pulmonary/Renal Physiology and

Pharmacology
General Chemistry
General Physics
Speech

Clinical Practice V
Physical Education



Cardiac Physiology, Pharmacology, and

EKG Interpretation
General Chemistry
Microbiology

Pediatric Respirator}' Therapy
Organization and Administration of

Health Care Facilities
Clinical Practice VI



4
1
3
3

3
1

_3
18

Credits
4

2
4
3
2
J,
16



3
4
4
3
1
J_
16



2
4
4
2

3

16



•Students successfully completing the Sophomore Year (in addition to the
Freshman Year) will receive an Associate of Science Degree and are quali-
fied to take the Registered Respiratory Therapist (RRT) examination admin-
istered b\- the National Board for Respiratory Therapy (iN'BRT).
NOTE: Respirator)' Therapy Technician Certificate Program is also availa-
ble. See listing on page 71.



Summer

Clinical Practice VII

Education and Management Techniques in

Health Care
Clinical Correlation Conferences

RETAILING

Associate of Science Degree

Freslinitin Year

English Composition

Elementary Accounting

Supervisory Management

Principles of Marketing

Humanities Elective

Mathematics

Elective

Physical Education

Sophomore Year

Principles of Economics

Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Retailing Management
Retail Buying
Salesmanship
Consumer Behavior or Promotional

Strategy
Speech
Elective
Physical Education



SECRETARIAL— EXECUTIVE SPECIALIST

Associate of Science Degree

/ reshmati Year

English Composition

Social and/or Behavioral Sciences

Electives
Mathematics of Business**
Word Processing/Records Management
Shorthand*
Typing
Physical Education



Credits

6
6
3
3
3
6
3
_1
31

Credits



3
3
3
3

3
3
6

31



6
3
3
6
5
_2
31



'First semcsItT may be waived upon successful cctmpletion of an exemption
examination. Credits must then be taken in other areas.
"In this curriculum, Accounting and Mathematics of Business will fulfill thf
Mathematics requirements.



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Sophomore Year

Supervisory Management
Principles of Computer Information

Systems
Business Elective
Elective

Elementary Accounting I**
Speech

Office Procedures
Business Machines
Shorthand Transcription
Office Simulations or Secretarial Practicum
Humanities Elective



SECRETARIAL— MEDICAL SPECIALIST
Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year

English Composition

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective

Biology BSlOO

Typing

Shorthand* (recommended)

Word Processing/Records Management

Mathematics of Business**

Medical Terminology

Sophomore Year

Social or Behavioral Sciences Elective
Communications & Report Writing

or Speech
Anatomy & Physiology
Shorthand Transcription (recommended)
Office Simulations or Secretarial Practicum
Office Procedures
Business Machines
Elementary Accounting I**
Humanities Elective
Physical Education



Credits

3

3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
3
_3
31



Credits

6
3
3

5
6
3
3

32

Credits
3



3

3
3
1
3
3
_2
32



*First semester may be waived upon successful completion of an exemption
examination. Credits must then be taken in other areas.

"In this curriculum. Accounting and Mathematics of Business will fulfill the
Mathematics requirements.




SECRETARIAL— LEGAL SPECIALIST
Associate of Science Degree

Freshman Year Credits

English Composition 6
Social and/or Behavioral Sciences

Electives 6

Mathematics of Business** 3

Word Processing/Records Management 3

Shorthand* (recommended) 6

Typing 5

Supervisory Management _3

32

Sophomore Year Credits

Speech 3

Elementary Accounting I** 3

Office Procedures 3

Business Machines 1

Shorthand Transcription (recommended) 3

Office Simulations or Secretarial Practicum 3

Humanities Elective 3

Police Science & Corrections Elective 3

Business Law 6

Physical Education _2

30

*First semester may be waived upon successful completion of an exemption
examination. Credits must then be taken in other areas.
**In this curriculum. Accounting and Mathematics of Business will fulfill the
Mathematics requirements.



Programs of study



SECRETARIAL— OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

SPECIALIST

Associate of Science Degree


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