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									ROLLINS COLLEGE 2005-2006
                    CONTENTS

  COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
                Admission Information
              Transfer Credit Information
               Financial Aid Information

                  Programs of Study
                      Anthropology
                       Art History
           Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
                         Biology
                       Chemistry
                    Classical Studies
                   Computer Science
                       Economics
                 Education - Elementary
                         English
                 Environmental Studies
                    European Studies
                         French
                         History
                 International Business
                 International Relations
          Latin American and Caribbean Studies
                      Mathematics
                          Music
                       Philosophy
                         Physics
                    Political Science
                       Psychology
                    Religious Studies
                         Spanish
                        Sociology
                       Studio Art
                      Theatre Arts


          HAMILTON HOLT SCHOOL
 Admission, Credit, and Financial Assistance Information
                                     Programs of Study
                                        Anthropology
                                      Computer Science
                                          Economics
                                          Education
                                           English
                         Environmental & Growth Management Studies
                                         Humanities
                                    International Affairs
                                            Music
                                   Organizational Behavior
                                Organizational Communication
                                         Psychology



                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Admission
                              1000 Holt Avenue – 2720
                             Winter Park, Florida 32789
                  Phone No.: (407) 646-2161 Fax No.: (407) 646-1502

                                          Contacts:
                                      David G. Erdmann
                        Dean of Enrollment Management and Admission
                                          Phil Asbury
                                    Director of Financial Aid

Rollins College is ranked annually among "America’s Best Colleges" by U.S. News and World
Report and is distinguished by its small classes, location near Orlando, financial aid programs,
and attention to career and graduate school preparation.


ADMISSION INFORMATION

Transfer admission to the School of Arts and Sciences is competitive, and spaces in the entering
transfer class are limited. Transfer applicants are reviewed twice yearly for the semesters
beginning in August and January. Successful applicants generally have earned a cumulative
grade point average of B (3.0) or better in a rigorous program of study.

Prospective transfer students must submit the admission application, an official high school
transcript or G.E.D. certificate, SAT or ACT scores, official college transcripts from each school
attended, and a letter of academic recommendation.
Interviews can make a difference in the selection process. Students are strongly encouraged to
schedule an appointment with a member of the admission staff. Tours of the campus are
conducted weekdays throughout the year at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., and some Saturday
mornings during the school year at 10:00 a.m.

TRANSFER CREDIT INFORMATION

Students with an Associate of Arts degree from a Florida community college are guaranteed
sixty (60) hours of transfer credit, with the exception of experiential learning credits. No more
than sixty (60) semester hours are granted for transfer work from a two-year college.

The College‟s General Education Curriculum Requirements are waived for students with the
A.A. degree from a Florida community college. Upper-level writing reinforcement and oral
communication requirements, both part of the College‟s general education curriculum, are
infused into one or more courses of each major course of study.

Once admitted to full-time degree seeking status, students must meet the College‟s residency
requirement of 64 semester hours, approximately sixteen (16) courses, while completing all
courses required for the major program of study. If a course taken previously is repeated at
Rollins, credit for the transfer course will be deleted from the student‟s transcript.



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ROLLINS COLLEGE
CODE OF STUDENTS RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
C5. DISABILITY POLICY

Rollins College is committed to equal access and does not discriminate unlawfully against
persons with disabilities in its policies, procedures, programs or employment processes. The
College recognizes its obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 to provide an environment that does not discriminate against persons
with disabilities.

A disability is defined as: a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or
more major life activities such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing
hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, or working. Individuals with a history of such an
impairment or who are regarded as having such an impairment are covered under these
procedures.

If students believe that they require an accommodation, they must provide the following
information:


   1. They must identify themselves as persons with a disability, and
     2. They must identify the nature of the accommodations desired, and
     3. They must provide adequate medical or other appropriate documentation of the
        disabilities and the desired accommodations. Such documentation must be no more than
        3 years old.
For learning disabilities, the Director of the Thomas P. Johnson Student Resource Center will
evaluate all requests and supporting materials and recommend appropriate accommodations. The
student will be informed by the Director of the accommodation offered within 30 days. For all
other disabilities, the Director of Multicultural Affairs will evaluate and determine appropriate
accommodations. Specific information regarding Housing Accommodations may be found at:
http://www.rollins.edu/reslife/rules/code.shtml - disablitity
If a student is dissatisfied with the accommodation offered, he or she may appeal to the Provost
or designee.


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                                  Rollins College
                                      Arts & Sciences
                                       Financial Aid Office
                                    1000 Holt Avenue – 2721
                                   Winter Park, Florida 32789
                       Phone No.: (407) 646-2395 Fax No.: (407) 646-2173

A variety of federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs are available to transfer
students. Please refer to the College Catalogue for a complete listing of programs.



TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
     1. Apply for admission to the Rollins College Arts and Sciences program.

       2. Submit an Application for Undergraduate Financial Aid to the Financial Aid Office.

       3. Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Be sure to follow the
       instructions. Do not mail any other forms or letters with the FAFSA. Allow 6 weeks for
       processing.

       4. If you meet the requirements for Florida residency for financial aid purposes, complete
       the Florida Resident Access Grant application.

The priority date for transfer students is April 15. Late applications will be accepted, however,
late awards will be contingent on available funding. Please allow a minimum of 30 days after the
file is complete for file review.
Students submitting financial aid applications after the tuition due date will not be granted a
tuition payment deferment.

TENTATIVE AWARDS
A tentative offer of financial assistance will be provided to you when you have completed the
above steps and have been accepted for Admission. If your award is based on financial need,
verification of your application will be required to finalize the award. You will be asked to
submit copies of your income tax returns, and other pertinent documents to verify that your
original application was accurate. If any errors or conflicting information is found, your award
will be reprocessed and adjusted accordingly.

A Florida Resident Access Grant application and loan promissory notes will be required if these
programs are part of your tentative award.

Student loan recipients will be required to participate in an entrance counseling session prior to
receiving the first loan disbursement.


OFFICE SERVICES

Telephone Services
Our telephone lines are open from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The
following services are available by telephone: (Please note that in order to protect the privacy of
your student records, confidential information may not be released by telephone.)

      General question
      Check status of application
      Receive a referral to a counselor.
      Schedule appointments
      Request applications or printed information

Walk-In Services
Our office is open from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. The following
services are available on a walk-in basis:
     General questions
     Check status of application
     Receive a referral to a counselor.
     Schedule appointments
     Turn in applications
     Pick up applications or printed information
Counseling and Advice
Counseling is available by advance appointment only.

File Review for Awards and Student Loan Processing
Determination of eligibility and certification of student loan applications can only be performed
by an authorized financial aid officer. Please allow a minimum of 30 days from completion of
review and processing of your file.



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576


Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Anthropology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.

Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
         Contemporary American Society (1 course):
          AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
          2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
         Foreign Language:
          Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
         Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
          AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
          CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
          1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
         Literature (1 course):
          AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
          2120

 Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
 Major Requirements:
 As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
        Total Courses Required For This Major: 12; eight (8) of which must originate within
 the Department of Anthropology at Rollins College.

 Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:
 ANT 410 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
 AND
 ANY Two (2) of the following:
 AMH 2091 African-American History
 AMH 2092 African-American History to 1877
 AMH 2093 African-American History Since 1877
 LAH 2020 Latin American History
 LAH 2021 Latin American History I
 LAH 2021 Latin American History II
 SYG 1013 Cultural Pluralism
 SYG 2000 Principles of Sociology
 SYG 2010 Social Problems
 SYG 2361 Aging, Death and Dying
 SYG 2430 Marriage and Family

 Major Program Courses to be completed at Rollins College:
 ANT 210 Human Evolution
 ANT 323 Foundations in Archaeology
 ANT 351 Language, Culture, and Society
 One (1) ANT course, any level
 Three (3) ANT courses, upper division
 One (1) Seminar OR Senior Research Project

NOTE: Satisfactory performance on comprehensive exam required for degree completion.

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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407)646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Art History

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
       Literature (1 course):
        AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
        2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses to be completed at the Community College:
ARH 2050 Art History I
ARH 2051 Art History II
ART 1201 Design I OR ART 1300 Drawing I

Major Program Courses to be completed at Rollins College:

ARH 219 Art/Archaeology Ancient Greece
ARH 230 Italian Renaissance Art
ARH 260 Modern American Art
Six (6) electives in art history of which five (5) must be at the 300 level or higher.

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                                  Rollins College
                                      Arts & Sciences
                                  Office of Student Records
                                Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                           Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789
                    Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407)646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.
Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required For This Major: 14
(11 core courses, 3 electives; at least 5 courses must be at the 300-400 level)

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:
BSC 1010C Fundamentals of Biology I with lab
BSC 1011C Fundamentals of Biology II with lab
CHM 1045C General Chemistry I with lab
CHM 1046C General Chemistry II with lab
MCB 2010 Microbiology with lab
CHM 2210C Organic Chemistry I with lab
CHM 2211C Organic Chemistry II with lab
NOTE: Students entering Rollins College without completing all of the courses listed above should be advised
that graduating in two years may be problematic due to scheduling difficulties.

Major Program to be completed at Rollins College:
CORE COURSES
  BIOLOGY
     BIO 341 Molecular Biology
   CHEMISTRY
    CHM 320 Analytical Chemistry
   BIOCHEMISTRY
    BCH 431 Biochemistry I
    BCH 432 Biochemistry II
    BCH 440/BIO 440 Senior Seminar OR BCH 499 Independent Study: Research

ELECTIVES
Choose three (3) of the following elective courses.

      BIO 308 Genetics
      BIO 311 Plant Physiology
      BIO 312 Animal Physiology
      BIO 320 Medicinal Botany
      BIO 329 Microbial Physiology
      BIO 342 Biostatistics
      BIO 360 Cellular Biology
      BIO 370 Developmental Biology
      BIO 429 Immunology
      CHM 305 Physical Chemistry I
      CHM 306 Physical Chemistry II
      CHM 320 Analytical Chemistry
      BCH 397/497 Biochemical Internship
      BCH 498 Independent Study Research

RECOMMENDATIONS
Students preparing for graduate programs in biology or professional schools, in health-related
areas such as medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or pharmacy, need a thorough
introduction to physics and possibly calculus. Therefore, they should take PHY 120/130 and
PHY 121/131 and a calculus course(s). Those students contemplating careers and graduate study
in biochemistry or pharmaceutical chemistry should include PHY 120 and PHY 121/131, MAT
111 and MAT 112, and a full year of physical chemistry -- CHM 305 and CHM 306.

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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                  1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                               Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407)646-1576


Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Biology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: Twelve (12) courses totaling at least 60 semester
hours are required: six (6) core biology courses, four (4) core physical science courses, two (2)
biology elective courses, and satisfactory performance on a comprehensive standardized
examination. At least 6 of the 12 courses required for the biology major must be taken at Rollins
College or as part of a Rollins sanctioned program (e.g. Woods Hole, University of London). Of
these 6, at least 5 must be BIO courses beyond BIO 120/121.

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:

BSC 1010C Fundamentals of Biology I with lab
BSC 1011C Fundamentals of Biology II with lab
CHM 1045C General Chemistry I with lab
CHM 1046C General Chemistry II with lab
CHM 2210C Organic Chemistry I with lab
CHM 2211C Organic Chemistry II with lab
PHY 1053C Physics I with lab

And One (1) of the following:
BOT 2010 Botany with lab OR
MCB 2010 Microbiology with lab OR
ZOO 2010 General Zoology with lab

Also recommended:
MAC 2311 Calculus I
STA 2023 Statistical Methods I

NOTE: Students entering Rollins College without completing all of the courses listed above should be advised
that graduating in two years may be problematic due to scheduling difficulties.

Major Program to be completed at Rollins College:

CORE BIOLOGY COURSES

       One course in Molecular Biology/Genetics:
           o   BIO 308 Genetics
           o BIO 341 Molecular Biology
       One course in Ecosystems/Field Study:
           o BIO 316 Ecology
           o BIO 330 Field Botany
           o BIO 385F, 386F, or 387F Marine Biology Laboratory
       Once course in Physiology
           o BIO 311 Plant Physiology
           o BIO 312 Animal Physiology
           o BIO 329 Microbial Physiology
           o BIO 360 Cellular Biology
       BIO 440 Senior Seminar OR BIO 462 Capstone Seminar OR BIO 499 Independent
        Study: Biological Research
BIOLOGY ELECTIVES
Two (2) courses (totaling at least 8 semester hours).

       Any biology course above BIO 210. Courses from the core groupings, other than those
        used to satisfy the core, may be used as electives.
       At least one (1) of the courses taken to fulfill the requirements for a major in biology be a
        plant-oriented biology course.

RECOMMENDATIONS
Students preparing for graduate programs in biology or professional schools, in health-related
areas such as medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, or pharmacy need a thorough introduction
to physics and calculus. Therefore, they are advised to take CHM 221 and PHY 121 or PHY 131,
a calculus course(s), and a statistics course. In addition, some professional schools now require
biochemistry (BCH 431, 432). Students should be aware that requirements of different programs
can vary and they should seek guidance from advisors and program directors. Satisfactory
performance on a comprehensive standardized examination required for graduation.

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                                    Rollins College
                                        Arts & Sciences
                                    Office of Student Records
                                  Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                            Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                 1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                  Winter Park, FL 32789
                     Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407)646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Chemistry

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
      Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
      Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
      Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
      Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 10

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:

CHM 1045C General Chemistry I
CHM 1046C General Chemistry II
CHM 2210C Organic Chemistry I
CHM 2211C Organic Chemistry II

Supporting Electives – Recommended Not Required:
MAC 2311 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
MAC 2312 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II
PHY 1053C General Physics I
PHY 1054C General Physics II

Major Program Courses to be completed at Rollins College:

      CHM 301 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry
      CHM 305 Physical Chemistry I
      CHM 320 Analytical Chemistry
       CHM 380 Instrumental Analysis
       Three (3) electives -- CHM 306 Physical Chemistry II and/or any 400-level CHM or
        BCH courses

Students planning on graduate study in chemistry should complete:

       CHM 306 Physical Chemistry II
       MAT 140 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
       MAT 211 Calculus III
       MAT 230 Linear Algebra
       MAT 305 Ordinary Differential Equations

Students who wish to emphasize biochemistry should complete:

       BIO 120 General Biology I
       BIO 121 General Biology II
       BIO 308 Genetics OR BIO 329 Microbiology OR BIO 460 Cellular Biology
       BCH 431 Biochemistry I
       BCH 432 Biochemistry II OR BIO 341 Molecular Biology

NOTE: Due to the fact that 11 of the 15 required courses must be taken at Rollins, you are advised that
graduating in 2 years may prove problematic due to scheduling difficulties.

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                                      Rollins College
                                          Arts & Sciences
                                      Office of Student Records
                                    Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                              Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                   1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                    Winter Park, FL 32789
                       Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407)646-1576

Degree Offered: B.A.
Major Program of Study: Classical Studies


Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required For This Major: 13

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:

HUM 2220 Humanities – Greek and Roman
HUM 2310 Mythology in Art/Literature

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:
Thirteen (13) courses are required, six (6) must fulfill the requirements below and the remaining
seven (7) are language courses and/or electives. Students are required to demonstrate proficiency
in one ancient language through the 202 (Intermediate II) level; alternately, they may
demonstrate proficiency in one of the ancient languages through the 201 (Intermediate I) level
and in the other ancient language through the 102 (Elementary II) level. A total of five (5)
courses must be at the 300 level or higher.

GROUP A: CLASSICAL CIVILIZATION
Three (3) courses required.

      CLS 203 Pursuit of the Good Life: An Introduction to Greek Moral Theory
      CLS 221 The Greek World: Studies in Ancient Culture and Society
      CLS 222 The Roman World: Studies in Ancient Culture and Society
      CLS 231 Latin Literature in Translation: Destiny and Decadence
      CLS 232 Greek and Roman Mythology
      CLS 233 Greek Literature in Translation: Heroism and Hedonism
      CLS 305 Special Studies in Classics
      CLS 321 Gender and Sexuality in Antiquity
      CLS 322 Classical Religion: Paganism and the Death of the Gods
      CLS 499 Independent Study

GROUP B: ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY
Two (2) courses required, at least one (1) of which must be at the 300 level or higher.

      ARH 218 Art and Archaeology of Egypt and the Near East
      ARH 219 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece and Rome
      ARH 315 Special Studies - Ancient Art

GROUP C: INTERDISCIPLINARY
One (1) course required.

      ANT 338 Biblical Archaeology
      HIS 208 Ancient History
      PHI 230 History of Early Western Philosophy
      POL 390 Classical and Republic Political Theory
      THE 241 Classical Theater

ELECTIVES
Electives may be taken in ancient languages or from Groups A, B, or C (above). Students may
also earn credit from directed study or coursework abroad.

ANCIENT LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
Students are required to demonstrate proficiency in one ancient language through the 202
(Intermediate II) level; alternately, they may demonstrate proficiency in one of the ancient
languages through the 201 (Intermediate I) level and in the other ancient language through the
102 (Elementary II) level. To satisfy this requirement, students may take either the Greek or
Latin sequence. Students with prior courses in Greek or Latin will be placed in the appropriate
level according to the College‟s rules for foreign language credit. Students who have scored a
four (4) or five (5) on the Advanced Placement (AP) Exam for Latin will receive one (1) elective
course credit towards the major and will only be required to take a total of twelve (12) courses.
NOTE: Students who plan to pursue graduate study in any area of Classical Studies should
expect to pursue the study of both ancient languages well beyond the 202 level.

       GRK 101/102 Introductory Greek
       GRK 201 Intermediate Greek
       GRK 202 Readings in Greek Prose and Poetry
       GRK 391 Tutorial in Greek Literature (may be repeated)
       LAT 101/102 Introductory Latin
       LAT 201 Intermediate Latin
       LAT 202 Readings In Latin Prose and Poetry
       LAT 391 Tutorial In Latin Literature (may be repeated)

Please see Rollins College Catalogue for detailed information.

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                                      Rollins College
                                          Arts & Sciences
                                      Office of Student Records
                                    Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                              Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                  1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                   Winter Park, FL 32789
                      Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Computer Science

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
      Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
      Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
      Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
    Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required for this Major: 15

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:
COP 1006 Introduction to Programming Concepts
COP 2220 C Programming
COP 2222 Advanced C Programming
MAC 2311Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
MAC 2312 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
STA 2023 Statistical Methods

Major Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:
CMS 250 Intro to Computer Organization
CMS 270 Computer Science Principles II
CMS 360 Algorithm Analysis
CMS 370 Operating System Design Principles
CMS 380 Programming Languages and Paradigms
CMS 484 Senior Computer Science Capstone
CMS 485 Senior Seminar in Computer Science

Plus two (2) of the following are required, at least one (1) of which must be a 400-level course.

CMS 375 Database Management Systems
CMS 395 Topics in Computer Science
CMS 430 Artificial Intelligence
CMS 440 Computer Graphics
CMS 480 Programming Language Translation


Additional Requirement:
MAT 140 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576



Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Economics

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
       Development of Western Society (1 course):
        AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
        HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
       Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
        ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
       Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
        STA 2023
       Contemporary American Society (1 course):
        AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
        2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
       Foreign Language:
        Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
       Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
        AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
        CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
        1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
       Literature (1 course):
        AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
        2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
    Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics - Macro
ECO 2023 Principles of Economics - Micro
MAC 2233 Calculus for Business and Social Sciences
STA 2023 Statistical Methods
NOTE: No more than four (4) transfer courses may count toward the major.

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:
Core Courses
ECO 303 Intermediate Microeconomics
ECO 304 Intermediate Macroeconomics
ECO 442 History of Economic Thought OR
ECO 448 Alternative Economic Theories

Major Electives
Four (4) courses in economics are required, three (3) of which must be at the 300-400 level and
only one (1) of which may be at the 100 level. Overseas programs and independent study may
count for credit. Students finished with the core may develop a one-course independent study to
explore special interests or to earn honors in the major.
    NOTE
    The department recommends the following courses for students preparing for graduate
    programs in economics:

          ECO 381 Introduction to Econometrics
          ECO 403 Applied Microeconomics
          ECO 411 Introduction to Mathematical Economics
          MAT 111 / 112 / 211 Calculus I, Calculus II, and Calculus III
          MAT 140 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
          MAT 219 Probability and Statistics
          MAT 230 Linear Algebra

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                                     Rollins College
                                        Arts & Sciences
                                     Office of Student Records
                                   Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                              Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                   1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                    Winter Park, FL 32789
                       Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

    Degree Offered:         B.A.
    Major Program of Study: Elementary Education

    Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
    are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
    prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
    better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
    enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
    the degree.


    Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
    requirements at the Community College:
        Writing (2 courses):
           ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
        Expressive Arts (1 course):
           ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
           1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
      Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
      Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
      Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 17
Beginning Fall 2001, all students completing a Rollins Teacher Education Program must
take the first-year/second-year core curriculum requirements mandated by the State of
Florida (available in the Department of Education office). Elementary and certification students
must complete all of the following:
           foundation courses in professional education,
           elementary or secondary course sequence, and a
           clinical experience, including student teaching.

Major Program Courses to be Taken at the Community College:

EDF 2005 Introduction to Education
EDP 2002 Introduction to Educational Psychology
EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:

EDU 324 Curriculum and School Organization and
A. Elementary Sequence:

      EDU 309 Fundamentals of Reading
      EDU 371 Diagnosis of Reading Difficulties
      EDU 406 Teaching and Learning in Diverse Elementary Schools*
      EDU 409 Literacy and Content Area Instruction*
      EED 317 Music for Elementary Schools
      EED 318 Art for Elementary Schools
      EED 363 Social Studies for Elementary Schools
      EED 364 Science for Elementary Schools
      EED 367 Health and Physical Education for Elementary Schools
      EED 368 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers, Content and Methods
      EED 369 Children's Literature

*The following courses require concurrent registration: EDU 406 and EDU 409.

 B. Secondary Sequence:

Requires a major in the intended teaching area: Biology, Chemistry, Economics, English,
French, History, Mathematics, Music, Physics, Political Science, Sociology, Spanish or Theatre
Arts. In addition, students must complete the following, three-course (12 semester hour)
sequence of courses. With proper course selection, students majoring in any social or behavioral
science may qualify for certification in social studies. Since certification in music and foreign
languages covers grades K-12, all music majors must enroll in EED 317 Music for Elementary
Schools, and all modern languages and literatures majors must enroll in EED 355 Teaching
(Foreign Language) in the Elementary Schools.

In addition, students must complete the following, required, three-course (12-semester-hour
sequence):

      EDU 335 Content Area Reading in Secondary Schools
      EDU 407 Teaching and Learning in Diverse Secondary Schools, and
      EDU 417 / 417L Teaching (Particular Subject) in Secondary Schools with Laboratory


STUDENT TEACHING
All students seeking elementary or secondary school certification must complete a teaching
internship in the area of certification. Graded on a credit/no-credit basis, student teaching
involves working full time for fifteen (15) weeks in an approved area school.

Juniors may apply for student teaching only after meeting the following requirements:

      passing score on the General Knowledge (GK) and Professional Education (PED)
       sections of the Florida Teacher Certification Exam (FTCE)
      completion of prerequisites for EDU 490 or 491 and EDU 470, and
      overall GPA of 2.5.



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: English

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
      Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
         Total Courses Required For This Major: 12 and demonstrated editing proficiency.
Four (4) core courses, two (2) courses in American literature, four (4) courses in English
literature, and three (3) electives.

Major Courses to be completed at the Community College:
AML 2011 Survey in American Literature: Colonial to Civil War
AML 2021 Survey of American Literature: Civil War to Present

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:

CORE:
ENG 170 Writing About Literature
ENG 290 Sophomore Seminar: Genre
ENG 390 Junior Colloquy: Major Author and Theory
ENG 490 Senior Assessment

ENGLISH LITERATURE
    Two (2) courses in the ENG 310/410, ENG 311/411, OR ENG 312/412 sequence
    Two (2) courses in the ENG 314/414, ENG 315/415, OR ENG 319/419 sequence
ELECTIVES
    Three (3) elective courses in literature or writing
EDITING PROFICIENCY
    The editing proficiency requirement may be satisfied by earning a grade of 70-percent
      (70%) or higher on a departmental editing examination (taken prior to registration for
      fall term of the senior year) or by passing ENG274/ENG374 Editing Essentials.



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                                Rollins College
                                   Arts & Sciences
                                Office of Student Records
                              Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Environmental Studies

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 11; seven (7) core courses and four (4) electives.
NOTE: There are two (2) tracks within this major:
1. Environmental Policy, and
2. Natural Systems.

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:

Please see the College Catalogue for additional detail on specific core courses and electives
required in each track.

ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY TRACK

CORE COURSES
   ENV 120 The Biosphere with Lab
   ENV 130 The Geosphere with Lab
   ENV 189 The Environmental Crisis in its Cultural Context
   ENV 216 Ecology with Lab OR BIO 316 Ecology with Lab
   ENV 323 Conservation of Biodiversity OR BIO 330 Field Botany with Lab OR ENV
     325 Natural Habitats of Florida
   ENV 389 Environmental Planning
   ENV 413 Senior Seminar in Environmental Issues

ELECTIVES
Four (4) environmental studies (ENV) courses of at least four (4) semester hours each, two (2) of
which must be at the 300 level or above. Additional courses from other departments (including,
but not limited to, anthropology, economics, and politics) may be included in consultation with
advisor and with approval of department chair. At least three (3) electives must be ENV courses.

NATURAL SYSTEMS TRACK

CORE COURSES
   ENV 120 The Biosphere with Lab
   ENV 130 The Geosphere with Lab
   ENV 189 The Environmental Crisis in its Cultural Context
   ENV 216 Ecology with Lab OR BIO 316 Ecology with Lab
   ENV 323 Conservation of Biodiversity OR BIO 330 Field Botany with Lab OR ENV
     325 Natural Habitats of Florida
   ENV 389 Environmental Planning
   ENV 413 Senior Seminar in Environmental Issues

ELECTIVES
Four (4) courses of at least four (4) semester hours each from the following list, at least two (2)
of which must be at the 300 level or above. Additional courses may be included in consultation
with advisor and with approval of department chair. At least two (2) electives must be ENV
courses.

      AUS 368 The Fauna and Flora of Australia
      AUS 388 Australia's Physical Environment
      BIO 237 Vertebrate Zoology
      BIO 284 Marine Biology
      BIO 330 Field Botany with Lab
      BIO 387 Tropical Field Biology
      CHM 110 Chemistry and the Environment
      ENV 240 Ecosystems of North America
      ENV 308 Science and Policy in the Atomic Age
      ENV 323 Conservation of Biodiversity
      ENV 325 Natural Habitats of Florida
      ENV 397, 398/498, or 399/499 Independent Study or Internship



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: European Studies

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
      Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
      Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
      Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
      Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses to be completed at the Community College:
FOUR (4) of the following:
FRE 2200 Intermediate French I
FRE 2201 Intermediate French II
GER 220 Intermediate German I
GER 2201 Intermediate German II
SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish I
SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish II
MUL 1110 Music Literature
LIT 2110 World Literature I
LIT 2120 World Literature II
EUH 2001 Western Civilization 1750 to Present
INR 2002 International Relations


Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:
Four (4) French or Spanish courses – two (2) must be
at the 300/400 level

One (1) Expressive Arts Course (unless MUH 2111
or 2112 is taken at the C.C.)

Two (2) Humanities (unless LIT 2110 and 2120 are
taken at the C.C.)

Two (2) Social Sciences (unless EUH 1001, INR 2002,
and/or POT 2301 are taken at the C.C.)

One (1) Integrative Seminar

Three (3) Courses in European Literature or
Three (3) Courses in European Language other than
French or Spanish or
Three (3) courses in European Civilization

NOTE: Satisfactory performance on comprehensive exam required.

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                                   Rollins College
                                       Arts & Sciences
                                   Office of Student Records
                                 Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                            Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789
                    Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: French

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.
Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
.Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required For This Major: 10 (above the 100 level)

Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:

FRE 2200 Intermediate French I
FRE 2201 Intermediate French II

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins:

FRN 301 Advanced French or
FRN 311 Composition & Conversation
FRN 320 Intro to French Civilization
FRN 331 Intro to French Literature
Five (5) Electives in French

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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: History

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
       Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:

AMH 2010 United States History to 1877 OR
AMH 2020 United States History 1877 to Present

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins:

      HIS 113 History of Modern Europe: 1500-1815 OR HIS 114 History of Modern
       Europe: 1815-present
      One (1) of the following:
           o HIS 250 Modern Japan
           o HIS 260 History of Chinese Civilization
           o HIS 261 Modern China
           o HIS 263 East Asia in Modern Times
      One (1) 300-400 level course from each of the following concentrations:
           o United States
           o European
           o Non-United States/European
      One (1) 300-400 level course, taken in the last quarter of junior or senior year, must be
       a designated research course in which the student completes a major research paper
       using primary sources.
      HIS 490 Senior Capstone Course (portfolio required)*

*The senior seminar portfolio includes research papers, essay examinations, and critical essays
from different courses. It should reflect the student‟s program in each year of the major.

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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: International Business

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 18 including ten (10) core courses, four (4) foreign
language courses, four (4) electives, an internship in international business, and a direct
international experience.

Major Courses to be Taken at the Community College - Up to Six (6) of the following:
FRE 2200 Intermediate French I and/or
FRE 2201 Intermediate French II or
SPN 2200 Intermediate Spanish I and/or
SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish II
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics - Macro
ECO 2023 Principles of Economics - Micro
ACG 2021 Principles of Financial Accounting
ACG 2071 Principles of Managerial Accounting
HUM 2461 Latin American Humanities
HUM 2410 Asian Humanities
HUM 2420 African Humanities
REL 2000 Understanding Religious Traditions
STA 2023 Statistical Methods

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins:

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CORE COURSES

      INB 300 International Business
      INB 337 International Marketing
      INB 345 International Management
      INB 372 International Financial Management
      INB 397 International Business Internship
      INB 450 Global Business Strategy

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS INTERNSHIP
INB majors are required to complete an internship in international business (INB 397). INB
majors may satisfy this requirement by (a) participating in a Rollins International Internship
program (London, Spain, or Australia), (b) a summer internship abroad, or (c) a local internship
in some aspect of international business. Students register for internships through the Office of
Career Services.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE
INB majors are required to have direct international experience. This requirement may be
satisfied by: (a) participating in a Rollins semester abroad program, (b) participating in a Rollins
study abroad course, (c) by experience as an international student studying in the U.S., or (d) by
extensive experience living or working abroad.

RESIDENCY AND DISTRIBUTION
INB majors must take all core courses at Rollins (except for courses taken by transfer students
prior to admission to Rollins), at least one-half of all courses for the major at Rollins (no
exemption for transfer students), and at least one-half of all courses for the major at the 300-400
level.

FOREIGN LANGUAGE STUDY
Proficiency in English and at least one (1) modern foreign language is essential to a successful
career in international business. The experience of studying a foreign language is also essential
to developing the cultural sensitivity required for living and working outside one‟s native
environment. All INB majors are required to take four (4) courses or the equivalent in a modern
foreign language at the intermediate or advanced level. This four-course foreign language
requirement is an essential component of the International Business major.

To accommodate students with different learning styles and abilities, the foreign language study
requirement may be satisfied in one of four ways.

      First, students may take and successfully complete four (4) college-level courses (16
       semester hours) or the equivalent in a single foreign language beyond the 100 level (at
       least two [2] at the 300-400 level). These courses must be taught in the foreign language
       (not in translation). These courses must provide intensive conversational preparation and
       basic business vocabulary.

      Second, students may take and successfully complete a college level, semester-long,
       intensive, foreign language program of fifteen to sixteen (15-16) semester hours taught
       entirely in the foreign language.

      Third, students may waive the four-course requirement by demonstrating a proficiency in
       a modern foreign language at the „advanced‟ level by passing a standardized test
       administered by the ACTFL Testing Office. Information and application forms for these
       tests can be obtained from the Rollins College Department of Modern Languages and
       Literatures.

Receiving a foreign language waiver does not reduce the total number of courses required
for the International Business major (17). Students receiving such a waiver are required to
take four (4) additional courses (at least two [2] of which must be at the 300-400 level) from
the list of area studies electives in International Business. Of the four (4) courses required,
up to two (2) may be appropriate courses in their native language.

The Department of International Business does not grant waivers, exemptions, or
substitutions for the four-course foreign language requirement to students who do not have
proficiency in English and at least one other modern foreign language.

AREA STUDIES ELECTIVES
This requirement may be satisfied in two ways.

      ANT 252 Cultures of China
      ANT 254 Cultures of Japan
      ANT 259 Culture and Societies of the Islamic World
      ANT 262 Cultures of Africa
      ANT 315 Women in the Developing World
      AUS 262 The Australian Economic and Political Systems
      COM 306 Intercultural Communication
      ECO 254 The Latin American Economics
      ECO 307 International Economics
      ECO 327 Comparative Economic Systems
      ECO 351 Economic Development
      ENV 292 Political Economy of Environmental Issues
      ENV 348 Sustainable Development
      ENV 365 Environment and Development in Central America
      EUR 320 The European Union: A Cultural Evolution
      FRN 320 Introduction to French Civilization
      GMN 221 Germany Today: East Meets West
      GMN 392 German Cultural History
      HIS 261 Modern China
      HIS 263 East Asia in Modern Times
      HIS 350 U.S./China in the 20th Century
      HIS 351 Economic Reforms in the People’s Republic of China
      HIS 361 Contemporary China
      LAC 200 Foundations of Latin American Culture and Society
      LAC 201 Foundations of Caribbean Culture and Society
      LAC 325 Women in Latin America
      LAC 400 Seminar in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
      POL 302 Politics in the Third World
      POL 321 The Politics of Latin America
      POL 331 International Political Economy
      POL 334 Political Economy of Japan
      POL 384 East Asian Politics
      POL 393 Vietnam Experience On-Line
      REL 217 Jewish Life and Thought
      REL 218 Christianity: Thought and Practice
      REL 219 Islam: Religion and Society
      REL 230 Buddhism: Theory and Practice
      SPN 321 Spanish Life and Society
      SPN 322 Latin American Life and Society

Second, students may satisfy this requirement by completing one (1) of the following minors and
substituting it for the two Area Studies electives.

      Asian Studies
      Australian Studies
      Latin American and Caribbean Affairs
      French (if not used to satisfy the INB foreign language requirement)
      German (if not used to satisfy the INB foreign language requirement)
      Russian (if not used to satisfy the INB foreign language requirement)
      Spanish (if not used to satisfy the INB foreign language requirement)

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ELECTIVES
Students may satisfy this requirement by taking at least two (2) of the following courses; at least
one (1) must be at the 300-400 level.

      INB 215 The Global Entertainment Business
      INB 311 Asian Business Environment
      INB 313 Australian Business Enviroment
      INB 338 Global Consumer Behavior
      INB 342 International Human Resource Management
      INB 347 International Advertising
      INB 363 Global e-Business
      INB 373 International Investments
      INB 374 Computational Finance
      INB 390 Special Topics in International Business



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                                  Rollins College
                                     Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: International Relations

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.

Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
      Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
      Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
      Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
      Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
      Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:

Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
        Total Courses Required For This Major: fourteen (14) courses from five (5) academic
areas: politics, history, economics, modern languages, and culture area studies. At least one-half
of these courses must be taken at the 300-400 level, at least two (2) of these upper-level courses
must be in the same area. A required senior capstone seminar in international politics (POL 453)
must be taken during the senior year while in residence at Rollins College. No off-campus
course(s) may be substituted for the senior seminar. In order to prepare adequately for this
requirement, international relations majors must have completed at least seven (7) courses in the
major, including courses in comparative and international politics, and in foreign policy.
Therefore, transfer students and those with A.A. degrees should assume that it will take at least
two years to complete the major. Seniors graduating in December must take the capstone
seminar during the previous spring term.

All students are required to complete POL 130, POL 453, ECO 202 and ECO 203. Students
choose the remaining ten (10) courses from the following lists tailored to fit individual interest
and needs. Descriptions for the courses listed below can be found in the individual departmental
sections of this catalogue. The program coordinator must approve any transfer courses and any
course substitutions for those listed below.
Major Courses to be Taken at the Community College:

ECO 2023 Principles of Economics - Micro
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics - Macro
INR 2002 International Politics

ANY 2200 Intermediate I Modern Language Course
ANY 2201 Intermediate II Modern Language Course

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins:

POLITICAL SCIENCE
Five (5) courses required for an understanding of comparative politics, international relations,
and foreign policy.

      POL 100 Introduction to Comparative Politics
      POL 130 Introduction to International Politics (Required)
      POL 202 The Americas: A Political History of Latin America
      POL 232 World Issues of Our Times
      POL 301 Revolution in the Modern World
      POL 302 Politics in the Third World
      POL 311 Authoritarianism: Right and Left
      POL 312 Problems of Latin America
      POL 315C War and Conflict on the Silver Screen
      POL 317 Latin America and the U.S. in World Politics
      POL 321 The Politics of Latin America
      POL 331 International Political Economy
      POL 333 Political Economy of Sustainable Development
      POL 334 Political Economy of Japan
      POL 336 Post Communist Systems
      POL 351 International Security
      POL 352 International Law
      POL 353 Foreign Policy of the U.S.
      POL 354 International Organization
      POL 358 West European Government and Politics
      POL 368 Comparative Public Policy
      POL 370 Comparative Modern Ideologies
      POL 384 East Asian Politics
      POL 422 Seminar in Comparative Politics
      POL 453 Seminar in International Politics (Required)

HISTORY
Two (2) courses required to attain a knowledge of American and/or European history.

      HIS 113 History of Modern Europe: 1500-1815
      HIS 114 History of Modern Europe: 1815 to Present
      HIS 142 History of the U.S.: 1763-1877
      HIS 143 History of the U.S.: 1877 to Present
      HIS 333 The Early Republic
      HIS 344/345 American Constitutional History: Colonial to Present
      HIS 346 America Since 1945
      HIS 350 U.S./China Relations in the 20th Century
      HIS 354 Imperial Russia
      HIS 355 History of the Soviet Union
      HIS 362 History of American Foreign Policy
      HIS 368 Anatomy of Revolution
      HIS 381 The Age of Nationalism
      HIS 383 The Decline of Europe
      HIS 392 Development of American Political Culture
      RSN 220 The Rise of Russia
      RSN 221 Introduction to Russian Culture

ECONOMICS
Three (3) courses required for a basic understanding of economic ideas and and introduction to
the world economy.

      ECO 202 Introduction to Economics in Historical Perspective (Required)
      ECO 203 Principles of Micro- and Macroeconomics (Required)
      ECO 204 Alternative Economic Perspectives
      ECO 304 Intermediate Macroeconomics
      ECO 307 International Economics
      ECO 325 Distribution of Income and Wealth
      ECO 327 Comparative Economic Systems
      ECO 351 Economic Development
      ECO 407 International Finance
      ECO 442 History of Economics

MODERN LANGUAGES
Two (2) courses are required in a modern language at the 200 intermediate level. The courses
must be conducted in that language, with the purpose of achieving reading and conversational
proficiency (courses in translation may not be counted). If either intermediate level course is
waived, an appropriate 300- or 400-level course will be required.

The two-course requirement may be waived by demonstrating 'native proficiency' in a modern
foreign language, as determined by the Rollins College Department of Modern Languages and
Literatures (this applies to languages taught by the Department of Modern Languages and
Literatures). If the language is not taught at Rollins, the two-course requirement may be
waived by demonstrating a proficiency in a modern foreign language at the 'advanced' level by
passing a standardized test administered by the ACTFL Testing Office. Information and
application forms for these tests can be obtained from the Rollins College Department of Modern
Languages and Literatures. Receiving a foreign language waiver does not reduce the total
number of courses required for the international relations major (14). Students receiving such a
waiver are required to take two additional courses from the lists of approved courses in
international relations (political science, history, economics, and cultural area studies). The
international relations major does not grant waivers, exemptions, or substitutions for the two-
course foreign language requirement to students who do not have proficiency in English and at
least one other modern foreign language.

CULTURE AREA STUDIES
Two (2) courses focused on Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and/or Latin America are required.

      ANT 252 Cultures of China
      ANT 254 Cultures of Japan
      ANT 259 Culture and Societies of Islam
      ANT 262 Cultures of Africa
      ANT 277 Gender in the Middle East and North Africa
      ANT 345 Brazilian Amazon
      ANT 355 Dynamics of Sociocultural Change
      ANT 365 Real and the Supernatural in Latin America
      HIS 250 Modern Japan
      HIS 260 History of Chinese Civilization
      HIS 262 East Asia in Pre-Modern Times
      HIS 263 East Asia in Modern Times
      HIS 349 The Chinese Revolutions
      HIS 361 Contemporary China
      LAC 200 Foundations of Latin American Culture and Society
      LAC 201 Foundations of Caribbean Culture and Society
      LAC 305 Topics in Latin American and Caribbean Studies
      LAC 400 Seminar in Latin American and Caribbean Studies



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                                Rollins College
                                   Arts & Sciences
                                Office of Student Records
                              Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Latin American/Caribbean Affairs
Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Oral Communication:
       SPC 1600 or SPC 1601
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12; at least eight (8) of which must be completed at
Rollins and seven (7) of which must be at the 300-400 level.

Major Courses to be Taken at the Community College:
ECO 2013 Principles of Economics - Macro
HUM 2461 Latin American Humanities
LAH 2020 Latin American History (if available)
SPN 2201 Intermediate Spanish II or Native Fluency

Major Program Courses to be taken at Rollins College:
LATIN AMERICAN/CARIBBEAN COURSES (three courses required)

      LAC 200 Foundations of Latin American Culture and Society
      LAC 201 Foundations of Caribbean Culture and Society
      LAC 400 Seminar in Latin American and Caribbean Studies (capstone seminar)

SPANISH COURSES (two courses required)
All Latin American and Caribbean Studies majors are required to take two (2) courses in Spanish
at the 300- or 400-level from the following list, including those students who have native
proficiency. Students may find that they need to take courses at the 100-200 level in preparation
to enroll in the required 300-400 level Spanish courses.

      SPN 302 Spanish for Advanced Communication
      SPN 303 Business Spanish for Non-Native Speakers
      SPN 322 Latin American Life and Society
      SPN 330 Hispanic Literature in the U.S.
      SPN 332/334 Survey of Latin American Literature
      SPN 341 Spanish Film/Cultural Trends
      SPN 432 Masterworks of Spanish-American Literature

Students who do not have "native proficiency" in Spanish, as determined by the Spanish section
of the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, will be required to take additional
courses that are prerequisites to the 300-400 level Spanish courses. According to different levels
of preparation and previous courses, students will need to complete a minimum of one (1) and a
maximum of five (5) Spanish courses before taking a 300-level course.

In order to take a 300-level course in Spanish, students must complete the following:

      two (2) SPN 200-level courses OR
      one (1) SPN 200-level course and obtain signed consent from professor. (Consent is
       usually granted with a grade 'B+' or higher in the lower-level course.)

Students may complete some or all of the 100-200 level Spanish courses through immersion
programs abroad (in Spain or Latin America) taught entirely in Spanish. The two (2) 300-level
courses should be taken at Rollins, and/or at a Rollins-affiliated program.

ANTHROPOLOGY COURSES (two courses required)
Two upper-division Anthropology courses on Latin America or the Caribbean (including courses
that have an off-campus experience) from the following offerings are required.
      ANT 305 Topics in Anthropology (focus on Latin America or the Caribbean)
      ANT 315 Women in the Developing World (focus on Latin America)
      ANT 345 Brazilian Amazon: Culture and Environmental Change
      ANT 365 Real and the Supernatural in Latin America
      ANT 475 Seminar: Women and Health in Latin America
      A 300-400 level equivalent course on Latin America or the Caribbean as approved by
       the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Steering Committee

ECONOMICS COURSES (one course required)

      ECO 126 Economics and Public Policy
      ECO 203 Principles of Micro- and Macroeconomics (prerequisite ECO 202)
      ECO 254 The Latin American Economies

ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES COURSES (two courses required)
Two (2) environmental studies courses focused on Latin America or the Caribbean (including
courses that have an off-campus experience) from the following offerings are required.

      ENV 206 Caribbean Environmental History
      ENV 305 Topic: Environmental Issues in Latin America
      ENV 323 Conservation of Biodiversity
      ENV 348 Sustainable Development
      ENV 353 National Parks and Protected Areas (focus on Latin America and the
       Caribbean)
      ENV 365 Environment and Development in Central America
      ENV 375 Island Economics and Sustainable Development in the Caribbean
      ENV 385 Sustainable Development in the Amazon Basin
      A 300-400 level equivalent on Latin America or the Caribbean as approved by the
       Latin American and Caribbean Studies Steering Committee

POLITICAL SCIENCE COURSES (two courses required)

      POL 317 Latin America and The United States in World Politics
      POL 321 The Politics of Latin America
      A 300-400 level equivalent on Latin America or the Caribbean as approved by the
       Latin American and Caribbean Studies Steering Committee



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                               Rollins College
                                   Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Mathematics

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required for this Major: 14; ten (10) core courses and four (4) electives.

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:
MAC 2311 Calculus w/Analytic Geometry I
MAC 2312 Calculus w/Analytic Geometry II
MAC 2313 Calculus w/Analytic Geometry III
PHY 2048C General Physics with Calculus I

Major Courses to be taken at Rollins College :
CORE COURSES

      MAT 140 Introduction to Discrete Mathematics
      MAT 219 Probability and Statistics
      MAT 230 Linear Algebra
      MAT 330 Proof and Abstraction
      MAT 455 Analysis I OR MAT 475 Abstract Algebra I
      MAT 485 Senior Seminar in Mathematics
      CMS 167A/B Introduction to Computing

ELECTIVES
Four (4) additional courses in mathematics: two (2) at or above the 300 level and two (2) at the
400 level.

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                                 Rollins College
                                     Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Music

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required for this Major: Fifty-eight (58) semester hours are required
(aqpproximately 14.5 courses): thirty (30) hours in musicianship, twelve (12) hours in
performance, and sixteen (16) hours in electives.

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:
MUT 1121 Musicianship I
MUT 1122 Musicianship II
MUT 2126 Musicianship III
MUT 2127 Musicianship IV
MUT 2231 Keyboard Harmony I
MUT 2232 Keyboard Harmony II
Minimum of one (1) ensemble, one (1) applied music, and one (1) performance course per term.
Recommended: MVK 1111 Piano Class for Music Majors I and II

Major Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:

MUSICIANSHIP AREA

      MUS 190 Intro to Music and Technology
      MUS 260 Music of the World’s Peoples
      MUS 361 Music History: Renaissance/Baroque
      MUS 362 Music History: Classic/Romantic

PERFORMANCE AREA
   MUA 200 Music Ensembles....Four (4) semester hours required.
   MUA 201 OR MUA 301 OR MUA 401 Applied Music.............Eight (8) semester hours
     required.
   
MUSIC ELECTIVES
   Four (4) electives in music, one of which must be at the 300 level or above




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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Philosophy

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.
Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:
PHI 2100 Introduction to Logic (if available)
PHI 2600 Ethics

Two (2) Electives from the following:
PHI 2010 Philosophy
PHI 2604 Medical Ethics and Critical Thinking
REL 2000 Understanding Religious Traditions

Major Program Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:

CORE COURSES

FUNDAMENTALS
      PHI 223 Introduction to Formal Logic (PHI 2100 not taken at community college)

ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY

      PHI 230 History of Early Western Philosophy

MODERN PHILOSOPHY

      PHI 231 History of Modern Philosophy

CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY

      PHI 250 Survey of Recent Philosophy
             OR PHI 302 American Philosophy
             OR PHI 310 Existentialism
             OR PHI 311 Philosophy of Science
             OR PHI 320 Postmodernism
             OR PHI 348 Philosophy of Mind

SENIOR THESIS OR SENIOR SEMINAR

      PHI 490 Senior Seminar OR PHI 499 Senior Thesis

ELECTIVES
Six (6) electives in the department are required, four (4) at the 300 or 400 level and at least
four (4) in philosophy.

      All senior philosophy majors must pass a comprehensive examination.



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                Office of Student Records
                              Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:           B.A.
Major Program of Study: Physics

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 16

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:

PHY 2048C General Physics with Calculus I
PHY 2049C General Physics with Calculus II
PHY 2101 Modern Physics
MAC 2311 Calculus with Analytic Geometry I
MAC 2312 Calculus with Analytic Geometry II
MAC 2313 Calculus with Analytic Geometry III
MAS 2103 Introduction to Linear Algebra
PHY 2101 Modern Physics

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS
Sixteen (16) courses are required.

       PHY 233 Modern Electronics
       PHY 308 Mechanics
       PHY 314 Electromagnetic Theory I
       PHY 315 Electromagnetic Theory II
       PHY 333 Experimental Physics OR PHY 498 Physics Research
       PHY 398 Physics Seminar
       PHY 411 Modern Optics
       PHY 451 Quantum Physics I
       MAT 305 Ordinary Differential Equations
Students who wish to continue physics in graduate school should consider the following
electives:
     CHM 120 Chemistry
     CHM 305 Physical Chemistry
     PHY 452 Quantum Physics II
     PHY 498 Physics Research




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                                 Rollins College
                                     Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Political Science
Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12
Students must complete at least one course in each of the four (4) required substantive areas and
a minimum of thirty-two (32) hours in the Department of Political Science at Rollins College.

Major Program Courses to be taken at the Community College:
INR 2002 International Politics
POS 2041 U.S. Government
POS 2112 State and Local Government

Major Program Courses to be taken at Rollins College:
Twelve (12) courses are required. Students must complete at least one course in each of the four
(4) required substantive areas and a minimum of thirty-two (32) hours in the Department of
Political Science at Rollins College.

CORE COURSES

      POL 100 Introduction to Comparative Politics
      POL 120 Problems in Political Thought

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
Four (4) courses at the 300 and 400 level, divided in the following manner:

      one (1) course in the comparative politics subfield,
      one (1) course in the political theory subfield,
      one (1) course in the international politics subfield, and
      one (1) course in the American politics subfield.
      A comprehensive examination and portfolio also required.
Core courses serve as prerequisites to corresponding upper-division courses. For example, POL
160 must precede all upper-division courses in American politics. Upper-division courses (300-
400 level) taken during winter intersession do not satisfy distribution requirement for the major.

ELECTIVES
Four (4) courses taken within the politics department are required, two (2) of which must be at
the 300-400 level.



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                                 Rollins College
                                     Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576
Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Psychology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 11 (and a comprehensive examination in the major
field).

Major Courses to be taken at the Community College:
PSY 1012 General Psychology
STA 2023 Statistical Methods
and
Any two of the following:
           CLP 1002 Psychology of Adjustment
           CLP 2140 Abnormal Psychology
           DEP 1302 Psychology of Adolescence
           EDP 2002 Educational Psychology
           INP 1301 Psychology in Business/Industry

Major Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:

CORE COURSES

      PSY 328 Developmental Psychology with Laboratory
      PSY 341 Learning with Laboratory
      PSY 361 Statistics and Research Methods II with Laboratory

ADDITIONAL REQUIRED COURSES

    PSY 211 Social Psychology OR PSY 254 Personality
    PSY 322 Cognitive Psychology OR PSY 324 Neuropsychology OR PSY 326
     Physiological Psychology
   One 400-level psychology course, which may include one of the following:
        o PSY 420 Clinical Psychology I
        o PSY 421 Clinical Psychology II
        o PSY 450 Behavorial Technology: Theory and Applications
        o PSY 474 Advanced Developmental Psychology
        o PSY 499 Senior Research
   Three additional psychology courses, at least one from the 300-400 level.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT
   Completion of a comprehensive examination during the senior year.




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                                Rollins College
                                   Arts & Sciences
                                Office of Student Records
                              Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                 1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Religious Studies

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.

Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses to be Taken at the Community College:
PHI 2600 Ethics and Critical Thinking
REL 2000 Understanding Religious Traditions

Major Program Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:

CORE COURSES

       REL 113 World Religions: Asian Religions
       REL 125 Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) OR REL 126 New Testament
       REL 135 Religion in America
       Two (2) of the following:
           REL 217 Jewish Life and Thought
           REL 218 Christianity: Thought and Practice
           REL 219 Islam: Religion and Society
       REL 499 Senior Independent Study

ELECTIVES
Six (6) electives are required: four (4) at the 300 or 400 level and at least four (4) in religion.

       ANT 338 Biblical Archaeology
       ARH 218 Art and Archaeology of Egypt and the Near East
       ARH 219 Art and Archaeology of Ancient Greece and Rome
       ENG 231 Topic: The Bible as Literature
       PHI 230 History of Early Western Philosophy
       PSY 315 Topics in Psychology
       REL courses not taken to fulfill above requirements



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                                   Rollins College
                                       Arts & Sciences
                                   Office of Student Records
                                 Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                           Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789
                    Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Spanish
Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Oral Communication:
       SPC 1600 or SPC 1601
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College.
NOTE: There are two tracks available – one for native speakers and one for non-native speakers.
Because native speakers vary in language proficiency, faculty determine whether to classify a
student as a native speaker.

NATIVE SPEAKERS PROGRAM
Eleven (11) courses are required above the 100 level.
      SPN 290 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
      Two (2) electives from the following literature survey courses: SPN 331, SPN 332, SPN
       333, SPN 334
      Five (5) electives at the 300 level or above at Rollins or in the Asturias program in
       Spain
      Two (2) 400-level courses in Spanish
      SPN 497 Senior Capstone Seminar

NONNATIVE SPEAKERS PROGRAM
Eleven (11) courses are required above the 100 level.

      Two (2) electives at the 210 level
      SPN 290 Introduction to Hispanic Literature
      Two (2) electives from the following literature survey courses: SPN 331, SPN 332, SPN
       333, SPN 334
      Four (4) electives at the 300 level or above at Rollins or in the Asturias program in
       Spain
      One (1) 400-level course in Spanish
      SPN 497 Senior Capstone Seminar

DIAGNOSTIC TEST FOR ALL SPANISH MAJORS
All prospective Spanish majors must take a diagnostic test, ideally in sophomore year. Faculty
administer the test during spring term and discuss results with each student. Transfer students
should take the exam as soon as possible after matriculating at Rollins.

SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR IN SPANISH

SPN 497 Senior Capstone Seminar, a required, 1/2-unit course, meets once a week during the
spring. It helps majors prepare for the final, comprehensive, capstone exam in Spanish, which
tests student abilities in all areas of Spanish language and Hispanic literature and culture. Faculty
provide suggested and required bibliography.



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                                  Rollins College
                                      Arts & Sciences
                                  Office of Student Records
                                Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                           Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                                   1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Sociology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12; at least eight (8) courses must be completed at
Rollins College.
Major Program Courses to be Completed at the Community College:
SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology or
SYG 2010 Contemporary American Social Problems
and
One (1) ANT, ECO, HIS, POS, or POT Course

Major Program Courses to be Completed at Rollins College:
Choose one (1) of the following three (3).

      SOC 323 Sociology of Culture
      SOC 355 Race and Ethnic Relations
      SOC 367 Economy and Society

Take all of the following.

      SOC 203 Methodology (fall of junior year)
      SOC 343 Social Stratification (fall of junior year)
      SOC 335 Sociological Theory (spring of junior year)

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

      Five (5) courses in sociology, at least three (3) of which must be at the 300-400-level
      SOC 418 Senior Seminar (after completion of core courses)



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                                   Rollins College
                                      Arts & Sciences
                                   Office of Student Records
                                 Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                             Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Studio Art

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
    Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
    Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
    Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
    Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses to be Taken at the Community College:
ARH 2050 Introduction to Art History I
ARH 2051 Introduction to Art History II
ART 2400 Printmaking I
ART 2510 Painting I
ART 2701 Sculpture I

Major Program Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:
   ART 221 Drawing and Composition
      ARH 424 Contemporary Art and Theory
      ART 450 Senior Exhibition
      Two (2) Intermediate Studio Courses
      Two (2) Advanced Studio Courses



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                                 Rollins College
                                    Arts & Sciences
                                 Office of Student Records
                               Contact: Toni Strollo Holbrook
                          Associate Dean for Academic Administration
                               1000 Holt Avenue - 2713
                                Winter Park, FL 32789
                   Phone No: (407) 646-2280 Fax No: (407) 646-1576

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Theatre Arts

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins prefers that students take the following courses when fulfilling general education
requirements at the Community College:
    Writing (2 courses):
       ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 OR IDH 1110
    Expressive Arts (1 course):
       ARH 1009, ART 1201, ART 1203, ART 1300, ART 1301, HUM 2250, IDH 1112, MUL
       1010, MUL 1110, PGY 2401C, THE 1020, or TPP 1110
    Development of Western Society (1 course):
       AMH 2010, ARH 2050, ARH 2051, EUH 2000, HUM 1020, HUM 2220, HUM 2223,
       HUM 2232, HUM 2234, IDH 1110, or PHI 2010
    Knowledge of Other Cultures (1 course):
       ANT 2000, HUM 2410, or HUM 2461
    Quantitative Reasoning (1 course):
       STA 2023
      Contemporary American Society (1 course):
       AMH 2020, ECO 2023, HIS 2206, IDH 2121, POS 2041, POS 2112, SYG 2000, SYG
       2010, SYG 2320, or SYG 2430
      Foreign Language:
       Any language through the Intermediate I (2200) level.
      Science (2 courses;1 with laboratory):
       AST 1002, BOT 2010C, BSC 1005, BSC 1010C, BSC 1026, BSC 1050, CHM 1020,
       CHM 1025C, CHM 1045C, GLY 1001, IDH 1111-“O”, IDH 2121-"P", OCE 1001, PHY
       1007C, PSC1101C, or ZOO 2010C
      Literature (1 course):
       AML 2011, AML 2021, ENL 2012, ENL 2022, IDH 1112, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, or LIT
       2120

Courses that must be completed at Rollins:
Major Requirements:
As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the Community College.
Total Courses Required For This Major: Fifty-four (54) semester hours are required; core
of eleven (11) courses and an emphasis of five (5) courses.

Major Courses to be Taken at the Community College:
THE 2304 Script Analysis
TPA 1210 Basic Stagecraft I
TPA 1211 Basic Stagecraft II
TPA 2000 Theatre Design
TPP 1110 Acting I

Students interested in Technical Theatre may take:
TPA 2200 Introduction to Stage Lighting
TPA 2221 Advanced Stage Lighting

Students interested in Acting/Directing may take:

TPP 1111 Acting II

Major Program Courses to be Taken at Rollins College:
CORE
   THE 210 Survey of Western Dramatic Literature
   THE 341 History of the Theatre I
   THE 342 History of the Theatre II OR DAN 200 Dance in America
   Four (4) from among these five (5) courses: THE 418, 419, 420, 421 Theatre Production
      (Technical), or DAN 422 Dance Production.

EMPHASES

Areas of Emphasis
  o   Design/Technical Theatre
  o   Directing
  o   Performance
  o   History/Literature/Criticism
  o   Theatre Studies

DESIGN/TECHNICAL THEATRE EMPHASIS

     THE 221 Design/Technical Theatre Studio
     THE 333 Directing I
     Two (2) of the following:
         o THE 321 Scene Design
         o THE 322 Lighting Design
         o THE 323 Costume Design
     THE 481 Senior Design/Technical Theatre Portfolio/Capstone

DIRECTING EMPHASIS

     One (1) of the following:
         o THE 135 Dance for Actors
         o THE 136 Introduction to Voice and Speech I
         o THE 234 Movement I: Body Dynamics
     One (1) of the following:
         o THE 321 Scene Design
         o THE 322 Lighting Design
         o THE 323 Costume Design
     THE 333 Directing I
     THE 433 Directing II
     THE 482 Theatre Senior Directing Project/Capstone

PERFORMANCE EMPHASIS

     Two (2) of the following:
         o THE 135 Dance for Actors
         o THE 136 Introduction to Voice and Speech I
         o THE 234 Movement I: Body Dynamics
     One (1) of the following:
         o THE 225 Improvisational Theatre I: Fundamentals
         o THE 236 Introduction to Voice and Speech II
         o THE 333 Directing I
         o THE 336 Theatre for Social Change
         o THE 355 Acting for the Musical Theatre
     THE 233 Acting II
     THE 483 Theatre Senior Performance Project/Capstone

HISTORY/LITERATURE/CRITICISM EMPHASIS
      Must take two (2) separate times:
          o THE 343 Dramatic Theory and Criticism
          o THE 350 Topic: Trends in Dramatic Literature
      One (1) of the following:
          o ENG 312 Studies in Shakespeare
                                     th
          o ENG 319 Studies in 20 -Century British Literature
          o THE 328 Fundamentals of Playwriting
      THE 480 Theatre Senior Thesis/Capstone

THEATRE STUDIES EMPHASIS

      One (1) of the following:
          o THE 135 Dance for Actors
          o THE 136 Introduction to Voice and Speech I
          o THE 234 Movement I: Body Dynamics
      One (1) of the following:
          o THE 321 Scene Design
          o THE 322 Lighting Design
          o THE 323 Costume Design
      One (1) of the following:
          o ENG 312 Studies in Shakespeare
                                   th
          o ENG 319 Studies in 20 -Century British Literature
          o THE 225 Improvisational Theatre I: Fundamentals
          o THE 236 Introduction to Voice and Speech II
          o THE 301 History of Radio and Television in America
          o THE 303 History of American Film
          o THE 305 History of American Musical Theatre
          o THE 328 Fundamentals of Playwriting
          o THE 333 Directing I
          o THE 336 Theatre for Social Change
      THE 350 Topic: Trends in Dramatic Literature
      THE 480 Theatre Senior Thesis/Capstone



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         Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                               Academic Year 2005-2006

             Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                203 East Lyman Avenue
                              Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                     (407) 646-2232
                                    slusk@rollins.edu
The Hamilton Holt School was founded in 1960 to provide diverse learning experiences in the
liberal arts to Central Floridians. The Holt School provides life-long learning opportunities,
primarily during the evening hours, to individuals of all ages who are seeking both professional
and personal development. In the Holt School, a blend of full-time Rollins‟ Faculty and selected
experts from the professional community gives both theoretical and practical dimensions to the
curriculum.


ADMISSION INFORMATION
Because the Hamilton Holt School serves adult learners, admission to the degree program is
based upon standardized tests, such as the SAT or ACT. Students are generally required to have
a minimum 2.5 cumulative Grade-Point-Average (GPA) from previously attended colleges
(averages from multiple institutions may be combined), or high school.

SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS REVIEW
All students will be reviewed after their first semester at Rollins. Students with a GPA below 2.0
will be placed on academic warning, and dismissed after two semesters if the GPA remains
below 2.0. Students are also required to complete a minimum of 67% of the term semester hours
for which they register in order to avoid academic warning or probation.

CREDIT INFORMATION
Students who have earned the Associate of Arts Degree are exempt from all General Education
Requirements. They may also satisfy all but one of the Hamilton Holt School‟s Institutional
Requirements at the Community College level. The requirement which must be satisfied at
Rollins College is an upper division advanced writing course (Expository Writing). Transfer
students with the A.A. Degree are guaranteed up to sixty-four semester hours (excluding
experiential learning) of transfer credit. Credit will be deducted if a course taken previously is
repeated at Rollins.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
A variety of federal, state and institutional financial aid programs are available to transfer
students. These are outlined in detail in the Hamilton Holt School Catalog.

GENERAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES
   Apply and be accepted to the Hamilton Holt School.
   Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Be
    sure to follow the instructions and list Rollins College, code 001515, as a recipient of the
    information. Allow six weeks for processing.
   Undergraduate Florida residents who will be full-time students (12 or more semester
    hours) should also submit a completed Florida Resident Access Grant application no later
    than October 1st of your first year at Rollins. This form is required only once and will not
    be required to renew the Florida Resident Access Grant in subsequent years.

A variety of counseling services and financial aid programs are available through the Financial
Aid Office. For further details, please refer to the information provided under the College of Arts
and Sciences section and the Holt School Catalog.
HAMILTON HOLT SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

In addition to federal and state financial aid programs, the Hamilton Holt School awards over
$150,000 per academic year in scholarship support to deserving Holt School students. Award
amounts vary and may be combined with other forms of financial assistance. The selection
process is competitive, based upon a combination of academic potential and financial need.
Applicants must have a minimum 3.0 cumulative (all colleges combined) grade point average,
must provide at least two academic references, must complete and submit an Estimated Financial
Aid Form, and have on record all official transcripts and a Holt School Application for
Admission. The deadline is April 1 of each academic year and forms are available in the
Hamilton Holt School Office. Award decisions are made in June for the following academic year
(fall through summer).



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C5. DISABILITY POLICY

 Rollins College is committed to equal access and does not discriminate unlawfully against
persons with disabilities in its policies, procedures, programs or employment processes. The
College recognizes its obligations under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990 to provide an environment that does not discriminate against persons
with disabilities.

A disability is defined as: a physical or mental impairment which substantially limits one or
more major life activities such as caring for one's self, performing manual tasks, walking, seeing
hearing, speaking, breathing, learning, or working. Individuals with a history of such an
impairment or who are regarded as having such an impairment are covered under these
procedures.

If students believe that they require an accommodation, they must provide the following
information:


1. They must identify themselves as persons with a disability, and
2. They must identify the nature of the accommodations desired, and
3. They must provide adequate medical or other appropriate documentation of the disabilities
and the desired accommodations. Such documentation must be no more than 3 years old.

For learning disabilities, the Director of the Thomas P. Johnson Student Resource Center will
evaluate all requests and supporting materials and recommend appropriate accommodations. The
student will be informed by the Director of the accommodation offered within 30 days. For all
other disabilities, the Director of Multicultural Affairs will evaluate and determine appropriate
accommodations.
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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
              Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                 203 East Lyman Avenue
                               Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                      (407) 646-2232
                                     slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Anthropology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

 Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:
1- Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College:

ANT 2000 Introductory Anthropology

ANT 2930 Selected Topics in Anthropology

SYG 2000 Introductory Sociology

SYG 2010 Contemporary American Social Problems

SYG 2320 Deviant Behavior

SYG 2430 Marriage and the Family

* Note: no more than three SYG courses

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College

(If above courses not completed at the Community College level.)

ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology

ANT 210 Human Evolution

ANT 300 Development of Anthropological Thought

Five Courses: Anthropology electives (at least three of them must be at the 300-400 level)

Three Courses: Additional Courses outside of but related to Anthropology. May choose from
courses in African-American Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Affairs, Sociology, and
Social Psychology.

One Course Senior Seminar or Research Project in Anthropology

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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
              Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                   203 East Lyman Avenue
                                  Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646-2232
                                      slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Computer Science

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600
Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1- Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12
Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College:

   COP 1332 Intro to Visual Basic or

   COP 2220C Programming or

   COP 2224C++ Programming or

   COP 2334 C++ Programming

   COP 2222 Advanced C Programming or

   COP 2228 Advanced C++ Programming or

   COP 2333 Visual Basic Programming Advanced or

   COP 2335 C++ Programming Advanced or

   COP 2821 Advanced Visual Basic Programming

   CETC 1132 Microprocessor Fundamentals or

   CET 2123C Fundamentals of Microprocessors

   COP 2800 Introduction to Java Programming

   COT 2104 Foundations of Discrete Math or

   MAD 2104 Discrete Mathematics

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College

(If above courses not completed at the Community College level.)

CMS 167 Introduction to Computer Programming

CMS 170 Data Structures

CMS 250 Introduction to Computer Organization

CMS 270 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming

CMS 310 Software Development & Professional Practice

CMS 351 Database Design
CMS 370 Operating Systems Principles

CMS 375 Networking

CMS 497 Senior Project

MAT 240 Discrete Mathematics

Two Computer Science elective courses



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                  Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
              Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                 203 East Lyman Avenue
                               Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                      (407) 646-2232
                                     slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Economics

Economics is a limited access Major/Minor. Admission to the Rollins College Hamilton Holt
School does not guarantee admission into the Economics Major. Interested students may apply
for admission to the major/minor upon completion of a series of core courses taken either at
Rollins or as transfer equivalents. Admission Requirements: Submission of the Economics
Major/Minor Application, a minimum grade point average of 3.0 in the required core courses, a
minimum grade point average of 2.5 for all coursework. The top candidates will be admitted to
the major/minor each year based upon the number of available seats.

Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010
· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College:

ECO 2023 Microeconomics

ECO 2013 Macroeconomics

MAC 1105 College Algebra (Highly Recommended)

STA 2023 Statistics

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

ECO 108 Quantitative Methods for Economics

ECO 303 Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 304 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Six Courses Electives, four at the 300/400 level

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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
               Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                  203 East Lyman Avenue
                                  Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646-2232
                                      slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Education

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:
· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: ##
Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College

EDF 2005 Orientation to Education

EDF 2002 Educational Psychology

EDG 2701 Teaching Diverse Populations

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed): All other required courses.

The Hamilton Holt School and the Department of Education offer two options for students who
wish to enter the teaching profession. Graduates of these state-approved Teacher Education
Programs are eligible for Florida State Teacher Certification. The Department of Education
offers certification in secondary (6-12) subjects (Music, Social Science, and English) and the
Accelerated Program for Learning to Education (APLE) for students who plan to teach in grades
Kindergarten through six. Admission to the Teacher Education Program requires a passing score
on the General Knowledge Test of the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE), and a
cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher.

The APLE Program provides students the opportunity to earn credits toward the Master of Arts
in Teaching/Elementary Education while completing the B.A. Degree in a Holt School area of
study.

Please refer to the Holt School Catalog for additional information relevant to course and
certification requirements.



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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
               Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                   203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                       (407) 646-2232
                                      slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: English

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College:

ENL 2012 English Literature to 1798

ENL 2022 English Literature Since 1798

AML 2010 Colonial to Civil War
AML 2020 Civil War to Present

Three Courses Electives at 200 level in Pre-1900 British Literature, Other Literature, Creative
Writing, Poetry, and/or Fiction Writing,

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College

(If not completed at the Community College level)

ENG 200 Writing About Literature

ENG 201/202 Major English Writings I & II

ENG 303/304 American Literature I OR II

ENG 364 College Grammar OR ENG 374 Editing Essentials

ENG 335 Critical Approaches to Literature

ENG 312 Shakespeare OR ENG 450 Genre Study OR ENG 460 Major Author

ENG 495 Senior Capstone Course

Four electives , at least two of which must be in literature at the 300/400 level.



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                    Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
               Contact: Sharon Lusk, Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                  203 East Lyman Avenue
                                Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                       (407) 646-2232
                                      slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Environmental & Growth Management Studies

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

 · English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600



Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 13

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College:

Four elective courses selected from the following:

BSC 1010C General Biology with Lab

EVS 1861C Environmental Policy, Regulations, and Permitting
EVS 2010C Natural Area Uses

EVS 2191 Environmental Sampling/Analysis

OCB 2003C Marine Biology

PCB 1440 Florida Environmental Systems

PCB 2303C Aquatic Biology

GEO 1200 Physical Geography

GEO 2370 Conservation of Natural Resources

GLY 2010/L Physical Geology with Lab

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College

(If not completed at the Community College level)

ENV 189 Environmental Crisis in It‟s Cultural Context

ENV 220 Field Botany with Lab

ENV 300 Land Use Controls

ENV 389 Environmental Planning

Four Courses (one at the 300 level) to complete either an Environmental Studies or Growth
Management Studies Track

Four approved elective courses from Growth Management Studies, Environmental Studies,
Political Science, and/or Economics.



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                  Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                    Contact: Sharon Lusk
                         Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                   203 East Lyman Avenue
                                Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                       (407) 646- 2232
                                      slusk@rollins.edu
Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Humanities

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed a t Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College
HUM 2220 Ancient Times through Roman

HUM 2223 Early Christian & Medieval or

HUM 2232 Renaissance & Baroque

HUM 2234 Enlightenment & Romanticism

HUM 2250 Modern & Contemporary Periods

Two Courses History of Expressive Arts: Theater, Art, Music

Two Courses Literature: any language

Two Courses Philosophy and/or Religious Studies

Two Courses History

Note: A maximum of nine courses will count toward the Humanities major.

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

Most of the requirements for this major may be completed at the Community College level.
Note, however, that the Humanities Department requires the student to keep a portfolio of critical
essays, research papers, and essay examinations from different courses that reflects each year the
student has been a major. The portfolio will be examined by the program director at the
conclusion of the student‟s undergraduate years to determine if the student can demonstrate an
ability to develop an interdisciplinary synthesis of the materials presented in the Humanities
program. Students will be provided with a detailed description of the portfolio when they declare
a Humanities major.

A final project is also required by the Humanities Department.

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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                     Contact: Sharon Lusk
                          Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                    203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646- 2232
                                       slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:            B.A.
Major Program of Study: International Affairs

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

 Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 17

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College

One Year (Elementary I & II) of a modern foreign language
Five Courses Economics & Business, selected from the following:

ECO 2023 Principles of Economics Macro

ECO 2013 Principles of Economics Micro

GEB 1350 International Business

MAR 2141 Intro International Marketing

Five Courses Foreign Cultures & Language, selected from the following:

HUM 2410 Asian Humanities
HUM 2461 Latin American Humanities

Additional courses in modern foreign languages

Five Courses History and Politics, selected from the following:

LAH 2020 Latin American History

IRA 2002 Intro International Relations

Note: No more than seven courses (plus one year of a modern foreign language) will transfer
toward the I.A. Major.

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

Requires fifteen courses (of which eight must be at 300 level or above). Must complete five
courses in each of the following areas: economics & business, history & politics, and foreign
cultures & language. Also requires one year of a modern foreign language.



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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                     Contact: Sharon Lusk
                          Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                    203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646- 2232
                                       slusk@rollins.edu
Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Music

Acceptance into the Hamilton Holt School does not guarantee acceptance into the Music
Program. An audition is required for acceptance into the Music Major. Rollins does not limit the
number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants are accepted based on
the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that prerequisite major
program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or better. Students are not
required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to enrolling at Rollins, but
must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600


Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 13

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College
MUT 1111 Music Theory I

MUT 1112 Music Theory II

One Course Elective in non-Western Music

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

MUS 251 Theory 3 (Counterpoint)

MUS 252 Theory 4 (Chromatic Harmony & Introduction to Analysis)

MUS 361 Music History: Renaissance/Baroque

MUS 362 Music History: Classic/Romantic

MUA 200-01 Participation in Rollins College Choir / Ensembles: One per term/four terms
minimum

MUA 201/301/401Applied Music for Major/Minor: One per term/four terms minimum

Three Courses Music Electives at 300/400 level

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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                     Contact: Sharon Lusk
                          Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                    203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646- 2232
                                       slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Organizational Behavior

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.
Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

 · English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600

Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2 Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 13

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College

STA 2023 Elementary Statistics

PSY 1012 Introduction to Psychology

MNA 2300 Personnel Management

INP 2002 Introduction to Industrial Psychology

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have
been completed)
PSY 211 Social Psychology or
PSY 317 Group Dynamics

PSY 301 Research Methods

PSY 306 Tests and Measurements

PSY 407 Organization Development

PSY 316 Ethics or PHI 108 Ethics

Four Courses: Management & Leadership, Listening, Communication in Training &
Development, Organizational Law, Organizational Theory, Organizational Communication,
Business Ethics, Topics in Organizational Behavior, Human Factors Psychology.



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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                     Contact: Sharon Lusk
                          Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                    203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646- 2232
                                       slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Organizational Communication

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102
· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600


Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 13

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College

SPC 1601 Fundamentals of Speech

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

COM 220 Interpersonal Communication

COM 300 Communication Theory

COM 303 Communication Ethics

COM 395 Communication Research

COM 421 Organizational Communication

COM 480 Senior Seminar
Six elective courses in Organizational Communication

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                   Rollins College: Hamilton Holt School
                                     Contact: Sharon Lusk
                          Assistant Dean of the Hamilton Holt School
                                    203 East Lyman Avenue
                                 Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
                                        (407) 646- 2232
                                       slusk@rollins.edu

Degree Offered:         B.A.
Major Program of Study: Psychology

Rollins does not limit the number of transfer students accepted for admission. Transfer applicants
are accepted based on the date of application and academic credentials. Rollins requires that
prerequisite major program courses used for transfer credit be passed with a grade of "C" or
better. Students are not required to complete the recommended major program courses prior to
enrolling at Rollins, but must understand that not doing so may increase the time required to earn
the degree.


Rollins Prefers That The Following Courses Be Taken When Fulfilling General Education
Requirements At The Community College:

· English Composition (2 courses): ENC 1101 and ENC 1102

· Expressive Arts (1 course): ART 1201C, ART 1300C, ART 1301C, ART 2330C, ART 2400C,
ART 2500C, ART 2710C, DAA 1100, DAA 1200, DAA 2500, MUL 1010, MUL 1110, THE
1020, THE 1100, TPP 1110, TPP 2300, TPP 2500, TPP 2710, TPP 2930

· Western Civilization (1 course): AMH 2010, AMH 2020, AMH 2070, ARH 2050, ARH 2051,
EUH 2000, EUH 2001, HIS 2206, FRE 2200, GER 2200, HUM 1020, HUM 2200, HUM 2223,
HUM 2232, HUM 2234, HUM 2250, SPN 2200, SYG 2010

· Non-Western Civilization (1 course): AFA 2000, ANT 2000, HUM 2410, HUM 2461

· Literature (1 course): AML 2011, 2021, LIT 2012, LIT 2022, LIT 2090, LIT 2110, LIT 2120

. Quantitative Thinking (1 course): STA 2023

· Science With Lab (1 course): BOT, BSC, CHM, GLY, PHY, Z00

. Oral Communication (1 course): SPC 1600
Courses To Be Completed At Rollins:

1. Expository Writing: Upper-division, discipline specific advanced writing course

2. Major Requirements: As specified, except 100-200 level equivalent courses taken at the
Community College

Total Courses Required For This Major: 12

Major Program Courses To Be Taken At The Community College

STA 2023 Elementary Statistics

PSY 1012 Introduction to Psychology

DEP 2004 Developmental Psychology

One Course Elective in Psychology

Major Program Courses To Be Taken at Rollins College (Assumes courses above have been
completed)

One of the following:

PSY 211 Social Psychology

PSY 254 Personality or PSY 261 Learning & Behavior Change

Two of the following:

PSY 303 Lifespan Development

PSY 306 Tests & Measurements

PSY 307 Introduction to Neuropsychology

PSY 310 Psychopathology

PSY 322 Cognitive Psychology

PSY 335 Clinical Psychology

Six Psychology course electives, at least four at the 300/400 level
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