Bryn Athyn College ID program checklist 2017-6-1

Primary ID area (select one)
Dance
Fine Arts (Building/Studio Art)
Mathematics
Philosophy
Advanced ID
Secondary ID area with Business (select one)
Computer Science
Dance
Education
English & Writing
Fine Arts
Mathematics
Philosophy
Psychology
Secondary ID area with Dance (select one)
Biology
Business
Education
English & Writing
Philosophy
Psychology
Religion
Secondary ID area with Fine Arts (select one)
Business
Education
English & Writing
Philosophy
Psychology
Religion
Secondary ID area with Mathematics (select one)
Biology
Business
Computer Science
Education
Fine Arts
Philosophy
Physical Science
Psychology
Secondary ID area with Philosophy (select one)
Biology
Business
Computer Science
Dance
Education
English & Writing
Fine Arts
Mathematics
Psychology
Religion
Grades in all courses must be C- or better, unless specified.
Credit values for courses in square brackets.
Go see Dr. Neil Simonetti about this customizable program. To be considered for this program it is recommended that students have
Entrance Requirements:
   Any Economics (B- or better) and either Math130 (Statistics) or Math150 (Calculus I)
Capstone Requirements:
   ❑Bus398 [3] (Internship) ❑ID390 [1] (Research Seminar)
   Senior Seminar Courses: ❑ID493 [2] ❑ID494 [1] ❑ID495 [2] ❑ID496 [1]
Entrance Requirements:
   C- or better in any Dance course, excluding ensemble courses.
Capstone Requirements:
   ❑Dan499 [2] (Senior Project) ❑ID390 [1] (Research Seminar)
   Senior Seminar Courses: ❑Dan493 [2] ❑Bus/ID494 [1] ❑Dan495 [2] ❑Bus/ID496 [1]
Entrance Requirements:
   FA101 (Aegean to Early Christian Art) or FA102 (Renaissance and Baroque Art) or FA210 (19th & 20th Centuries)
      and any Studio Art or Building Arts course.
Capstone Requirements:
   ❑FA499 [3] (Senior Project) ❑ID390 [1] (Research Seminar)
   Senior Seminar Courses: ❑FA493 [2] ❑Bus/ID494 [1] ❑FA495 [2] ❑Bus/ID496 [1]
Entrance Requirements:
   Math151 (Calculus II) (B- or better) or AP equivalent, or C+ average in last two 150+ level math courses.
Capstone Requirements:
   ❑Math499 [3] (Senior Project) ❑ID390 [1] (Research Seminar)
   Senior Seminar Courses: ❑Math493 [2] ❑Bus/ID494 [1] ❑Math495 [2] ❑Bus/ID496 [1]
Entrance Requirements:
   Phil102 (Introduction to Worldviews) (B- or better)
Capstone Requirements:
   ❑ID390 [1] (Research Seminar)
   Senior Seminar Courses: ❑Phil493 [3] ❑Bus/ID494 [1] ❑Phil495 [3] ❑Bus/ID496 [1]
Required Biology Courses:
   ❑Bio122 [4] (Genetics & Evolution)
   ❑Bio123 [4] (Molecular Biology)
   ❑Bio232 [4] (Cell Structure & Function)
   Any 3 additional 200+level 3+credit courses
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   One Biology Seminar:
      ❑Bio490 [1] (Biology Seminar I)
      ❑Bio491 [1] (Biology Seminar II)
Supporting Requirements in Biology:
   ❑Chem110 [4] (General Chemistry I)
   ❑Chem111 [4] (General Chemistry II)
   One of:
      ❑Math130 [4] (Statistics)
      ❑Math330 [3] (Probability Theory)
Required Business Courses:
   ❑Bus141 [3] (Accounting I)
   ❑Bus/Writ220 [3] (Business Communications)
   ❑Bus301 [3] (Business Ethics)
   ❑Bus320 [3] (Financial Management)
   One of:
      ❑Bus254 [3] (Principals of Marketing)
      ❑Bus257 [3] (Principals of Management)
      ❑Bus351 [3] (Business Law)
   Any 3 credits in Business, Economics, or
         200+-level Communications
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Supporting Requirements in Business:
   One of:
      ❑Math130 [4] (Statistics)
      ❑Math330 [3] (Probability Theory)
   B- or better in one of
      ❑Econ131 [3] (Macroeconomics)
      ❑Econ132 [3] (Microeconomics)
Required Computer Science Courses:
   ❑CSci180 [3] (Structured Programming)
   ❑CSci220 [3] (Data Structures)
   ❑Math240 [3] (Linear Algebra)
   Nine credits of 200+level courses/internships
         at least six credits must be 300-level
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One of these courses may be replaced by Math330 or Bus/Math380
Recommended Supporting Courses:
   Math150 [4] (Calculus I)
   Math151 [4] (Calculus II)
Required Education Courses:
   ❑SpEd111 [3] (Introduction to Special Education)
   One of:
      ❑Ed128 [3] (Theory and Practice of Education)
      ❑Ed201 [3] (Foundations of Education)
      ❑Ed271 [3] (Early Childhood Education)
   Three courses in Curriculum Design or
         Human Development/Ed. Psyc.
         one must be SpEd212 or SpEd331
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   Field Experience or Internship [1+credits]
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Required English & Writing Courses:
   Two of:
      ❑Eng218 [3] (American Literature I)
      ❑Eng219 [3] (American Literature II)
      ❑Eng220 [3] (English Literature Survey I)
      ❑Eng221 [3] (English Literature Survey II)
      ❑Eng235 [3] (Shakespeare)
   One of:
      ❑Writ211 [3] (Creative Writing)
      ❑Writ212 [3] (Creative Nonfiction Writing)
      ❑Writ213 [3] (Advanced Rhetoric & Composition)
   Two additional 200+level 3-credit
         English or Writing courses
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   Any 300-level 3-credit English course
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Required Dance Courses:
   ❑Dan331 [1.5] (Advanced Contemporary Dance)
   ❑Dan332 [3] (Choreography & Composition)
   ❑Dan160 [1.5] (Dance Ensemble)
   ❑Dan260 [1.5] (Dance Ensemble)
   ❑Dan360 [1.5] (Dance Ensemble)
   One of:
      ❑Dan241 [3] (20th Century American Dance)
      ❑FA210 [3] (19th & 20th Century Art)
   One of:
      ❑Dan340 [3] (Dance Pedagogy)
      ❑Both Dan240 [1.5] (Movement & Young Child)
           and PE180 [1] (Foundations of Phys. Ed.)
   Two 200+level 1.5-credit dance-style courses
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   Any 200+level 3+credit Dance, Art History,
         Human Anatomy, or internship
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Required Fine Arts Courses:
   Two of:
      ❑FA101 or 201 [3] (Aegean to Early Christian Art)
      ❑FA102 or 202 [3] (Renaissance and Baroque Art)
      ❑FA210 [3] (19th & 20th Centuries)
Note: If both of the above are 100-level, the student must take an additional 200+level Art History course:
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   Any 200+level 3-credit studio or building arts
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   Any 300+level 3-credit studio or building arts
         independent study
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   Any 300+level 3-credit Art History
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   Any additional 200+level 3+credit Art History,
         Anth/His211, Hist270, or internship*
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*If the Glencairn Internship is used to fill the Fine Arts internship requirement, a full year must be completed.
Required Mathematics Courses:
   ❑Math150 [4] (Calculus I)
   ❑Math151 [4] (Calculus II)
   ❑Math240 [3] (Linear Algebra)
   Any four 200+level 3-credit courses:
         (at least two courses must be 300-level)
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One of these courses may be replaced by CSci220 or Phys210
Recommended Supporting Courses:
   CSci180 [3] (Structured Programming)
Required Philosophy Courses:
   ❑Phil101 [3] (Critical Thinking)
   ❑Phil102 [3] (Introduction to Philosophy)
   ❑Phil311 [3] (Contemporary Philosophy II)
   Any 200+level 3-credit historical course
      (Phil210 or Phil211)
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   Any 200+level 3-credit axiological course
      (Phil220, Phil240 or Phil340)
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   Any additional 200+level 3-credit course
with the condition that at least two 300-level courses are taken.
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Supporting Requirements in Philosophy:
One of:One of:
      ❑Rel205 [3]
      ❑Rel210 [3]
      ❑Rel272 [3]
      ❑Rel273 [3]
      ❑Rel335 [3]
      ❑Math102 [3]
      ❑Math130 [4]
      ❑Math330 [3]
Required Physical Science Courses:
   ❑Chem110 [4] (General Chemistry I)
   ❑Chem111 [4] (General Chemistry II)
   ❑Chem210* [4] (Organic Chemistry I)
   ❑Phys210* [4] (Principles of Physics I)
*One of these courses may be replaced by a transfer course in another physical science or engineering discipline.
   One of:
      ❑Chem211 [4] (Organic Chemistry II)
      ❑Phys211 [4] (Principles of Physics II)
At least six credits in 300-level courses, independent studies, or internships in Chemistry, Physics or another physical science or engineering discipline
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Supporting Requirements in Physical Science:
   ❑Math250 [4] (Calculus III)
   ❑Math311 [3] (Differential Equations)
Required Psychology Courses:
   ❑Psyc101 [3] (Introductory Psychology)
   ❑Psyc230 [3] (Psychology and Spirituality)
   Any 3 clinical OR any 3 applied courses
         (one must be 300-level)
ClinicalApplied
      ❑Psyc201 [3]
      ❑Psyc203 [3]
      ❑Psyc301 [3]
      ❑Psyc305 [3]
      ❑Psyc307 [3]
      ❑Psyc382 [3]
      ❑Bus/Psyc202 [3]
      ❑Psyc204 [3]
      ❑Psyc205 [3]
      ❑Psyc220 [3]
      ❑Psyc340 [3]
      ❑Psyc341 [4]
      ❑Psyc380 [3]
   Any additional 300-level 3+credit course
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Supporting Requirements in Psychology:
   ❑Rel335 [3] (The Human Mind)
   One of:
      ❑Math130 [4] (Statistics)
      ❑Math330 [3] (Probability Theory)
Required Religion Courses:
   Any 200+level 3-credit Comparitive course
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   Any 200+level 3-credit Scriptural course
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   Any additional four 200+level 3-credit courses:
         (at least two courses must be 300-level)
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Supporting Requirements in Religion:
Any additional 200+level 3+credit Religion course, or a course from the following list: History 240, 310, 350; Philosophy 310, 311, 320, 321; Sociology 340; any 200+level Greek, Hebrew, or Latin.
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