CULTURAL DIVERSITY Sample Clauses

CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy Culture and Language Requirements for B.S. students. For example, Anthropology 110 can fulfill (3) units of the Behavioral Science requirement and (3) units of the Cultural Diversity requirement. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Courses in Cultural Diversity may be taken at the lower-division or upper-division level. U . S . H I S T O R Y I N S T I T U T I O N A L R E Q U I R E M E N T HIST 102, 201, 202, 260, 350 ETHN 103, 104, 105
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CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy Culture and Language Requirements for B.S. students. For example, COMM 6 – Intercultural Communication, can fulfill (3) units of the Behavioral Science requirement and (3) units of the Cultural Diversity requirement. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Courses in Cultural Diversity may be taken at the lower- division or upper-division level. U.S. HISTORY INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENT 3 units 1 HIST 100, 117, 118, 211; ETST 111, 112, 121, 151; POLS 211 US HST
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy Culture and Language Requirements for B.S. students. For example, COMM 325 – Intercultural Communication can fulfill (3) units of the Behavioral Science requirement and (3) units of the Cultural Diversity requirement. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Courses in Cultural Diversity may be taken at the lower-division or upper-division level. U.S. HISTORY INSTITUTIONAL REQUIREMENT 3 units C IP 1 HIST 310, 311, 319, 331 US HST 650.508.3600 NDNU Admissions Office xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxxxx.xxx/ Articulation Agreement Updated: November 2017 Approved by: Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx, Articulation Officer, xxxxxxx@xxxx.xxx Folsom Lake College F O L S O M , C A L I F O R N I A Lower Division Major Preparation: Transfer Credit Agreement 2017-2018 Catalog Notre Dame de Namur University agrees to accept the Folsom Lake College courses listed below in satisfaction of Lower Division Preparation in the following majors. Please note: You do not need to complete all of these requirements before transferring to Notre Dame de Namur University. Lower-division Preparation for the Major. The undergraduate degree program requires 124 semester units of course credit. The courses shown below constitute all lower-division coursework required for the following majors for this catalog year. For a complete description of lower- and upper-division requirements for the major, please refer to the Notre Dame de Namur University Catalog. For further information or to make an appointment with a transfer counselor: 650.508.3600 NDNU Admissions Office Course Descriptions and Major Prerequisites: xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx/catalog More information on Folsom Lake College: xxxx://xxx.xxx.xxxxxxx.xxx/ KEY: C = Completed Course = NDNU requirement that may be satisfied by a course taught at the transfer institution. IP = In Progress Course = NDNU requirement for which there is no equivalent transfer course. Or, a course that must be taken at NDNU. ACCOUNTING, B.S.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy Culture and Language Requirements for B.S. students. For example, COMM 6 – Intercultural Communication, can fulfill (3) units of the Behavioral Science requirement and (3) units of the Cultural Diversity requirement. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Courses in Cultural Diversity may be taken at the lower- division or upper-division level. CDIV CDIV
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. In addition to fulfilling the Cultural Diversity requirement, these courses may also be used to fulfill some of the above G.E. requirements, essentially using 1 course to complete 2 requirements. For example, Anthropology 2 can fulfill part of the Behavioral Science requirement and part of Cultural Diversity. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement.
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. In addition to fulfilling the Cultural Diversity requirement, these courses may also be used to fulfill some of the above G.E. requirements, essentially using 1 course to complete 2 requirements. For example, Anthropology 3 can fulfill part of the Behavioral Science requirement and part of Cultural Diversity. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. 6 Anthropology ANTHRO: 2, 14, 20 Art History ART: 5, 9, 71, 72 Business BUS: 51 - 54 Cinema CIN 7, 8 Communication COMM: 10 English ENGL: 10, 32, 34, 39, 40, 45, 53, 54, 57 - 59 History HIST: 5, 6, 16, 19, 21, 22, 24 - 43, 52, 62 Humanities HUMAN: 28S Music MUSIC: 35, 37 Nutrition NUTR: 7 Philsophy PHIL: 22 Political Science 14, 21 Psychology PSYCH: 18 Sociology SOCIOL: 30 - 32, 34 Spanish 9, 20 Speech SPEECH: 4, 7 Women's Studies WOMST: 10 BIOLOGY: The following courses can be used to fulfill the lower division requirements for Notre Dame de Namur University's Day Biology major Subject Areas Units NOTRE DAME SANTA XXXXXX COLLEGE Calculus 1 or Applied Calculus or Statistics 3 MA 20A, 22, 102 MATH 7 or MATH 23 or MATH 52 Cellular & Organic Biology 8 BY 1AB BIOL 3 + 4 General Chemistry 8 CH 2A + 2B CHEM 10 + 11 Organic Chemistry (Recommended to take at NDNU) 8 CH 117A, 117B CHEM 21 + 22 Physics 2 Series (non Calculus) 8 PHY 2A, 2B or PHYS 6 + 7 Physics 4 Series (Calculus required) PHY 4A, 4B PHYS 8 + 9 Trigonometry & Analytic Geometry 3 MA 15 MATH 2 BUSINESS: The following courses can be used to fulfill the lower division requirements for Notre Dame de Namur University's Day Business major Subject Areas Units NOTRE DAME SANTA XXXXXX COLLEGE College Algebra 3 MA 014 MATH 22 Computer Science 3 GB 008 / CS 008 CS 3 Financial Accounting 3 AC 003 ACCTG 1 Introduction to Business 3 GB 001 BUS 1 Macroeconomics 3 EC 001A ECON 2 Managerial Accounting 3 AC 004 ACCTG 2 Microeconomics 3 EC 001B ECON 1 Statistics 3 EC 102 / MA 102 MATH 52 COMMUNICATION: The following courses can be used to fulfill the lower division requirements for Notre Dame de Namur University's Computer Science major Subject Areas Units NOTRE DAME SANTA XXXXXX COLLEGE Intro to Business 3 GB001 BUS 1 Oral Communication 3 CM011 SPEECH 1 Photography or Media Graphics 3 AR125 or AR 108 PHOTO 1 Video Production 3 CM140 BROADCASTING 46
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CULTURAL DIVERSITY. Rotorua Girls High School acknowledges and values the cultural diversity of its students and its staff. We seek to enable all students to learn from within the security of their own cultures and their shared world culture. We acknowledge the presence in our community of students from many races and cultures and welcome the enrichment this brings to the school community. We endeavour to move beyond tolerance of difference to understanding and acceptance of other perspectives. While celebrating cultural difference we recognise the need for all students to achieve at the highest level educationally to be able to participate fully as New Zealand citizens in the 21st Century. In 2017 78% of our roll classified themselves as Māori, 8% as N.Z European and 6% as Pacific Island and 8% as Asian and 1% ‘other. The school is an equal opportunity employer and provides continual professional development for all staff. The Board is committed to providing the best possible facilities for the teaching and learning environment. Rotorua Girls High School is committed to the delivery of the New Zealand Curriculum. The foundations of our curriculum decision making are: • Innovate through personalised learning • Engage through powerful partnership • Inspire through deep challenge and inquiry Over the next few years more students are expected to complete five years of secondary education. Some students learning may be in a range of venues outside of the school. • Rotorua Girls High School is continually reviewing the needs of students. We aim to develop more programmes at senior levels to cater for an increasing diversity of students. • The range of programmes available at each level will be developed with future opportunities for extension and challenge. • There is a focus on creating an individual pathway for every student to provide academic or vocational success on leaving school. • Links with whānau / families will play a key role in the development of the all-round students. • Particular attention will be given to our priority groups (Māori / Pasifika, special needs, low-socioeconomic – “our priority groups”. Over the next three years Rotorua Girls High School aims to enable every student to achieve personal excellence by: • Continuously increasing high standards in NCEA Level 1 to 3 pass rates • Continuously increasing Merit and Excellence Endorsements and NZQA Scholarships • Requiring participation by every student and increasing achievement in co-curricular endeavours. ...
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. The Cultural Diversity Requirement generally does not add units to a student's program. Rather, it is intended to be fulfilled by choosing courses from the approved list that also satisfy requirements in other areas of the student’s program; the exception is that Cultural Diversity courses may not satisfy Culture and Language Requirements for B.S. students. For example, Geography 2 can fulfill (3) units of the Behavioral Science requirement and (3) units of the Cultural Diversity requirement. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Courses in Cultural Diversity may be taken at the lower-division or upper-division level. U . S . H I S T O R Y I N S T I T U T I O N A L R E Q U I R E M E N T HIST 17A, 17AH, 17B, 17BH, 18A, 18B, 21A, 21AH, 21B, 21BH, 29A, 29B
CULTURAL DIVERSITY. In addition to fulfilling the Cultural Diversity requirement, these courses may also be used to fulfill some of the above G.E. requirements, essentially using 1 course to complete 2 requirements. For example, Anthropology 110 can fulfill part of the Behavioral Science require- ment and part of Cultural Diversity. This double counting of a class may only be done with the Cultural Diversity requirement. Completed 6 Anthropology ANTH 110, 200, 351 ECE ECE 212, 254 Economics ECON 230 History HIST 242 - 247, 422 - 452 Literature LIT 205, 252-266, 370, 375 Music MUS 240, 250 Philosophy PHIL 300, 320 Political Science PLSC 310 Psychology PSYC 106 Sociology SOCI 141 Spanish SPAN 150, 152, 161, 162 Speech SPCH 150 Theatre Arts Dram 160 MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: For information on pre-requisites and transfer agreements for NDNU major subjects, please contact the Admissions Department. 650.508.3600 NDNU Admissions Office xxxx://xxx.xxxx.xxx xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxx.xxx
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