TRANSFER TO FOUR-YEAR COLLEGE PROGRAMS If Hillyer College students meet the requirements for graduation with the Associate in Arts degree, they may transfer into the junior year of one of the four-year colleges of the University of Hartford. Some programs, however, may require higher than the 2.0 average. Students should try to complete the following courses in Hillyer before matriculating into the four-year programs. However, students are not required to complete all these courses in order to transfer to a baccalaureate program. COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES AA degree requirements, plus: BYB 211, or a 4-credit AUCT course (if eligible to take non-Hillyer course) One additional Social Science course beyond the two required for the Hillyer distribution is required (ECB, GVB, PSB, SYB) One course in Philosophy (PHB 110 or 120) One course in the arts (Art History – ARB, Music-MUB, or Theater – SDB 120) 1 year of foreign language or CSB 110 and CMM 115 One writing-intensive course designated by a “W” following the course code (ex. CMM 250W), taken as an elective, general education, or major requirement. Communication Majors should consider SDB 110 and CMB 110 Politics Majors should consider GVB 110 Pre-Law Majors should consider GVB 110 and HSB 220 and/or 221 BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AA degree requirements, plus: ACB 210 and 211 BAB 110 ECB 110 and 111 QNB 130 CSB 110 SDB 110 And two courses in the Social Sciences in addition to Economics are recommended. For additional information, contact Mimi Weiner, Office of Undergraduate Studies, A 227 (768-5407). COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING, AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS For all divisions – AA degree requirements, plus: SYB 110 SDB 110 PSB 110 GVB 110 And MUB, ARB, or SDB 120. For additional information, contact Susan Brown, H216 (768-4692). Education Division Requirements – Students will usually be accepted with a cumulative GPA of 2.67 or higher. Students should plan to take: HSB 220 or 221, two semesters of science, and electives in GVB and SYB. Students may take EDF 120, EDH 120, or EDP 220 with permission of both schools, on a space available basis. Students planning to become certified teachers will need to maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.67 and will have to pass the Praxis I PPST Pre-Professional Screening Test (essential Skills Examination) before they enroll in student teaching. (See Susan Brown for details concerning this exam.) Health Professions Division Requirements – Students interested in pursuing baccalaureate programs in Medical Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Radiological Technology, or Occupational Therapy should contact the Office of the Associate Dean of ENHP as early as possible in their Hillyer program. In most cases students transferring to the Health Professions should expect to spend an additional year completing the program. For information about course and cumulative GPA requirements contact Peg Ciarcia, D238 (768-4753). Nursing Division Requirements – The BSN is an upper division program designed for practicing professionals who have already received their RN license. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Upper level math courses (M 140, 144, 145, if eligible) are recommended by the College of Engineering. If a student has a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher, then they should consider taking ES 111, ES 141, ES 220, CH 110 & 111, PHY 112 & 113. In most cases students transferring to Engineering should expect to spend an additional year completing the program. For information about course and cumulative GPA requirement contact Shane Ciccarelli, UT 401 (768-4446). HARTFORD ART SCHOOL AA degree requirements, plus: ARB 110, 111 and/or 112; accepted portfolio; Foundations Courses (FWS 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117) approved by both schools. For additional information contact Professor Tom Bradley, Associate Dean, Hartford Art School, Room V 103-B (768-4396). HARRT SCHOOL AA degree requirements, plus MUB 110 and/or MUB 200; successful completion of a jury exam (audition) in major; additional courses approved by both schools; foreign languages required for prospective voice majors. For additional information contact Susan Aliberti, Evaluator, F204-7 (768-4458). WARD COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY AA degree requirements, plus: EL 111, 121, 124, 232, 233, and PG 111 (except if having taken CS 110 or in place of CSB 110), PHY 120 & 121. For additional information contact Ann Lankford, E105 (768-4339).
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