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BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 2007-2008 Bridgewater

This

State College

Catalog outlines programs of study. This catalog can also be

Web www.bridgew.edu.

referenced on the college's

The in this

rules, regulations, policies, fees

catalog were

in

and other charges, courses

effect at the time of

of study,

and academic requirements that appear

publication. Like everything else

its

site at

in this

catalog, they are published for

informational purposes only, and they do not constitute a contract between the college and any student, applicant for

admission or other person.

Whether noted elsewhere

in this

catalog or not, the college reserves the right to change, eliminate, and add to

any existing (and to introduce additional)

rules, regulations, policies, fees

academic requirements. Whenever appropriate, but

it

does

so,

reserves the right

in all

cases to do so without notice.

the college

will

give as

and other charges, courses

much advance

it

notice as

it

of study

and

considers feasible or

Statement of Student Responsibility The college catalog

is

made

available to Bridgewater State College students.

In all cases,

the student bears

ultimate responsibility for reading the catalog and following the academic policies and regulations of the college.

A

copy of the college catalog may be obtained by contacting the Admissions Office or may be viewed on the

Web

at

www.bridgew.edu.

For the nnost up-to-date catalog information, including

changes or corrections to

curriculum, course descriptions, and tuition and fees, see the

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/. The

2007-2008 Bridgewater

Web addenda

State College Catalog. Information

the published version of this catalog.

BSC Catalog

Web Addenda

should be used in

the Catalog

in

at

conjunction with the

Web Addenda

supersedes


About the College STATE

COUiGE

As the comprehensive public college of Southeastern

development

Massachusetts, Bridgewater State College has a

Southeastern Massachusetts, and introduces shared

educate the residents of Southeastern

responsibility to

Massachusetts and the commonwealth, and to use intellectual, scientific

activities

activities of public

higher education

and programs among member

in

institutions.

its

and technological resources to

support and advance the economic and cultural

life

of

the region and the state.

While maintaining its historic focus on the preparation of teachers, Bridgewater State College provides a broad range of baccalaureate degree programs through its School of Arts and Sciences, its School of Education and Allied Studies and ness.

At the graduate

level,

its

School of Busi-

the college offers the

Master of Arts and Master of Science plines, as well as the

Master of Arts

in

in

select disci-

Teaching, the

Master of Education, the Master of Public Administration,

the Master of Science

Master of Social Work.

In

in

Management and

the

addition, Bridgewater State

College prepares current and future educators for postbaccalaureate and postmaster's licensure.

Through the extensive information technology and distance education resources available at Bridgewater State College, including the unique John Joseph

Moakley Center college has

for Technological Applications, the

made technology an

integral

component

and learning on campus, and seeks to become a regional center for the enhancement of of teaching

teaching through technology for PreK-12 teachers and college faculty.

The college's growing number of innovative academic programs helps to ensure that Bridgewater State College students are prepared to think critically nicate effectively

of personal

commu-

and act responsibly within a context

and professional

ethics.

For example,

BSC'S Academic Achievement Center, and particularly its first-year

a

model

advising program,

is

often cited as

for other institutions to follow.

At the same

time, the Adrian Tinsley Program for Undergraduate

Research represents an unparalleled opportunity for students to work closely with faculty mentors and to present research and creative

work

at regional

and

national conferences.

Bridgewater State College benefits greatly from Connect,

its

regional partnership with other public higher

education institutions

in

the region - the University of

Massachusetts at Dartmouth, Massasoit Community College, Bristol

Community

Community College and Cape Cod

College.

Connect functions as a vehicle and

for coordinating the academic, administrative

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this catalog.

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Table of Contents

About the College

1

Bachelor of Science

35

Prerequisites

54

Table of Contents

2

Major

35

Registration

54

Academic Calendar

4

Double Major

35

Transfer of Credit after Admission ..54

History of the College

5

Concentration

36

Withdrawal from the College

Minor

36

Withdrawal from Courses following

COLLEGE COMPLIANCE 6

POLICIES

Education

Core Curriculum Requirements

37

the Drop/Add Period

ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

10

Directed Study

43

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE

Undergraduate

10

Internship, Practicum, Field

Graduate

1

43

General Policies and Procedures

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC

Experience

55

55

STUDIES

56 56

Honors Program

44

Academic

13

Commonwealth Honors

44

Academic Dismissal

The Faculty

13

Departmental Honors

45

Academic Probation

Learning Resources

13

Scholarships

45

Academic Standing

Technological Resources

15

Honors Center

45

Honors Program Dinner

45

Appeals

16

Honor Societies

45

Change

of Grade

57

18

Interdisciplinary

46

Change

of

Name

and/or Address ...57

EXPERIENCE

Opportunities for Learning Beyond the Classroom

Campus

Life

UNDERGRADUATE 20

Freshman Admission Requirements

20

Transfer Admission Requirements

21

Admission Program

Joint

Commonwealth

Programs

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC

ADMISSIONS

Transfer

21

Compact ....22

58

58

Academic Probation

48

Course Registration

58

48

Deadlines

59

49

Grading System

59

23

Course Registration

Academic Progress

Awarding of Undergraduate Degrees. .49

58

Graduate and Undergraduate

Commencement Ceremony

49

Degree Application

49

Graduate Assistantships

24

Graduation Requirements

49

Graduate Research Assistantship ...59

24

Graduation with Honors

50

Graduation Application

50

Graduation Dates

59

51

Graduation Requirements

60

51

Immunization Requirements for

England Regional Student

Advanced Placement Program

58

Course Loads

International Admission

Program

57

48

Academic Standards

Satisfactory

Advanced Standing

57

Students

Comprehensive Examination

and Classroom

Pollicy

23

23

Graduate

Course Drops and Adds

Integrity

Conduct

Reinstatement and Readmission

Nurses

57

for

47

Academic

Academic Separation

for Registered

57

Continuation or Interruption of

22

New

56

Integrity

47

POLICIES

Decision and Notification Dates

Program

24

College-Level Examination

Grading System Audit

59

Credit

59

59

Program (CLEP)

24

Change

Second Degree Option

25

Dean's

26

Grade Point Average

51

Incomplete

60

Application Fees

26

Incomplete

51

Independent or Directed Study

60

and Fees

26

Mid-Semester Warning Notices

51

Program and Course Prerequisites

60

Repeat Courses

51

Research

60

TUITION Tuition

AND

FEES

Semester Residence

Hall

and

27

Dining Charges

Management

of

Grade

51

List

Registration and Enrollment Policies ...52

27

Attendance

27

Change/Declaration of

28

Concentration

Return of Financial Aid Policy

30

Change/Declaration of Major for

FINANCIAL AID

32

Freshmen

Tuition

Refund Tuition

Plan

Policy

and Fees Summary

Satisfactory

Academic Progress and

Change

Policy

60

Graduate Students

Satisfactory or

Reasonable Progress

60

- Program

52

Statute of Limitations

52

Thesis

61

Transfer Credit

61

52

Withdrawal from Courses

62

Withdrawal from the College

62

60

and Courses

of Major for

62

32

Upperdassmen

52

Student Employment

33

Change/Declaration of Minor

52

Master of Arts

Graduate Assistantships

33

Classification Designation

52

Master of Arts

Alumni Scholarships

34

Course Audit

52

Master of Education

62

Other Scholarships

34

Course Drops and Adds

53

Master of Public Administration

62

Veterans' Affairs

34

Course Loads

53

Master of Science

62

ROTC Programs

34

Credit by Examination

53

Master of Science

Student Financial Aid

UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC

PROGRAMS Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

2

in

35 35

Graduate Programs

62 in

Teaching

in

Management. ..63

Intercollegiate Athletics Eligibility. ..53

Master of Social Work

Make-up

Certificate of

Tests

and Examinations. ..54

Study

62

63

Advanced Graduate 63


Table of Contentsl BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

63

Doctor of Education

87

Department of Chemical Sciences Department of Communication

Postbaccalaureate Licensure

63

Programs

Department of Elementary and

Early

183

Childhood Education

90

Studies

Department of Movement

Arts,

Health

92

Promotion and Leisure Studies

96

Department of Secondary Education

Postmaster's Licensure Programs

63

Department of Criminal

Educator Licensure

63

Department of Earth Sciences

64

Department of English

and Professional Programs

206

GRADUATE ADMISSIONS

64

Department of Foreign Languages.... 105

Undergraduate Programs

206

Admission Standards

64

Department of Geography

108

Graduate Programs

208

Department of History

Ill

Accelerated Postbaccalaureate

Computer Science

118

Master of Arts

64

Department of Music

122

Educational Leadership Graduate

Teaching

64

Department of Philosophy

126

Master's Degree Programs

65

Department of Physics

128

Library

Graduate

Certificate

Programs

Postbaccalaureate Licensure

64

Programs Accelerated Postbaccalaureate Licensure Programs

Master of Arts

CAGS and

in

Application Procedures

Requirements

Program

136

Instructional

65

Department of Social Work

141

Department of Sociology

1

Aaion by the Department

67

Department of Theater and Dance

67

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

67

Department of Accounting and

67

Licensure Office

Change ,

|.

Program

in

1

59

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

232 233 233

Core Curriculum Notations

233

67

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION

Prerequisite Notations

233

168

Semester Notations

233

169

Former Course Number Notations

233

Cross-Listed Courses

233

Meeting Times

234

AND ALLIED

68

STUDIES

Undergraduate Programs

68

169

Postmaster's Programs

CORE CURRICULUM COURSE

Licensure of Educational

170

Personnel

Admission to and Retention

in

Master of Education

68

Master of Public Administration

68

Professional Education Programs

Master of Science

68

Undergraduate Students

Management

Master of Social Work Certificate of

68 69 69

Collaborative

CAGS/EdD Program

Admission to and Retention

69

70

SCIENCES Undergraduate Programs

71

Graduate Programs

72

Department

in

Professional Education Programs

-

172

to,

Retention

in

and

Programs -

MEd

Prel<l-12

Educators

MAT

Exit

MEd, CAGS

Non-U.S. Settings)

73

CAGS

76

Collaborative

Department of Biological Sciences

80

Department of Counselor

Anthropology

in

Education

Education

at

173

Education (For in

NOTATIONS

234

COURSE SUBJECT CODE KEY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

235

Board of Trustees

419

Officers of the College

420

236

Administrative and Other College

Students

Admission

Department of Art

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

171

from Professional Education

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND

of

-

Postbaccalaureate/Graduate

Advanced Graduate

Study

PROGRAMS

Department of Aviation Science

Course Numbering System

68

in

21

AND

163

Master of Arts

Master of Science

Communication Disorders

INTERDISCIPLINARY

PREPROFESSIONAL 155

Postbaccalaureate, Graduate and

Teaching

214

Graduate Program

Department of Special Education and

162

GRADUATE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS in

213 Technology

Department of Management

67

Program Planning

210

Department of Economics

Graduate Advisers and Graduate

Master of Arts

153

210

67

Action by the School of Graduate Studies

46

....149

Finance

Action by the Educator

209 Teaching

Media Graduate

131

Science

in

Program

Department of Psychology

Political

191

Program (APB)

Department of Mathematics and

Department of

International Student Admission

Admission Decisions

100

65

Postmaster's Licensure

Programs

Justice

CAGS/EdD Program

1

74

174

421

Offices Faculty

424

Librarians

435

Index

437

Map

440

Accreditations and Certifications

Inside

back cover

174

175

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Academic Calendar The regular academic year consists of two semesters spring) of approximately

two summer sessions

1

5

weeks each. The

of approximately five

March

and

(fall

college also holds

weeks each.

FALL SEMESTER -2007

1

(Tuesday)

12

(Wednesday)

17

(Monday)

21

(Friday)

24

(Monday)

End of

third quarter

Beginning of fourth quarter Spring break begins Spring break ends

Classes resume

September 3

(Monday)

5

(Wednesday)

19

(Wednesday)

Labor Day

April

- No

classes

21 Fall

Senior Convocation

(12:20 PM classes only are cancelled)

23

24

Columbus Day - No

(Monday)

End of

(Tuesday)

(Wednesday)

Patriot's

classes

1

(Thursday)

5

(Monday)

6

(Tuesday)

7

Beginning of second quarter

(Wednesday)

(Wednesday)

21

(Wednesday)

Veterans' Day - No Monday schedule of

(Wednesday

classes will not

classes

13

(Tuesday)

classes

14

(Wednesday)

meet on 11/14)

17

(Saturday)

dose of Day will

Spring semester day final

12

(Wednesday)

13

(Thursday)

(Friday)

(Monday)

19

(Wednesday)

20

(Thursday)

Tuesday evening class Fall

exam

final

semester day classes end

Reading Day (Day classes

27

Fall

semester day

final

Monday evening

Fall

exams begin

exam

semester day

class final

final

exams end

January (Monday)

Martin Luther King,

Jr.

No 23

(Wednesday)

25

(Friday)

Day

-

classes

Spring classes begin

Winter Undergraduate

Commencement

February 18

(Monday)

20

(Wednesday)

exam

Spring semester day final

Spring Undergraduate

exams end

Commencement

Spring Graduate

Commencement

2008

Presidents'

Day - No classes

Monday schedule (Wednesday classes

will

Summer

Session

I

classes begi^

June (Monday)

Summer

Session

I

classes end

July 7

(Monday)

Summer

Session

II

classes begin

exam

SPRING SEMESTER -2008 1

exam

class final

exam

final

class final

Wednesday evening

(Tuesday)

only);

August 8

2

class final

Monday evening

SUMMER SEMESTER -

30 14

Wednesday evening

May

Thursday evening class

17

exam

exams

classes.

December (Tuesday)

only);

not be held

Classes resume

(Monday)

11

final

Thanksgiving recess begins at the

Evening classes

26

(Monday)

exam

final

Reading Day (Day classes

begin;

(Monday)

classes

Spring semester day classes end

Tuesday evening class

12

14

- No

Thursday evening class

quarter

first

November 12

Day

May

October 8

(Monday)

classes begin

of classes

not meet on 2/20)

(Friday)

Summer

Session

II

classes end


BSC

History of the College

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Bridgewater State College has grown from single

room

1840 -

to

in

its first

the basement of Bridgewater

become the

Town

home -

a

for Bridgewater State College, as

evidenced by the

institution's

celebration of 50 years of accreditation by the National Council

Hall in

largest of the nine Massachusetts State

for Accreditation of Teacher Education.

Colleges and the fourth largest of the 29 public colleges and universities in the

commonwealth.

During

its

time as a normal school, countless faculty and admin-

istrators nurtured the school carefully despite varying

More than 9,700

full-time

and part-time undergraduate and

sometimes

graduate students are enrolled at the college; the full-time faculty fall

numbers 278, which represents a net gain

of

27 since

2002; and more than 90 undergraduate and graduate pro-

grams are offered by the

Allied Studies, School of

Business and School of Graduate Studies). The college's physical

235 acres includes 34 academic, administrative and

that destroyed several of the

campus

degrees

difficult

dire situations, including a disastrous fire in

few

and

1924

buildings that existed on the

at that time.

While the college's

earliest years

were times

lum, and each succeeding generation

and dynamic Alumni and friends have raised more than $13 million to sup-

of great challenge,

the efforts never flagged to continue strengthening the curriculeft

lege stronger than the generation that

residential buildings.

port faculty

and overcame a host of

college's four schools (School of Arts

and Sciences, School of Education and

plant of

of support from the state

institution

we

see today

Bridgewater State Col-

went

is

before. The thriving

the best evidence of the

success of that enduring commitment.

and student research, a myriad of undergraduate

and graduate scholarships, international study opportunities and award-winning

publications. These private investments

complement growing tion. In recent years,

for classroom

renovation.

levels of public

support for the

institu-

the college has committed $2.3 million

upgrades and $7 million

Two new 400-bed

for

an extensive

library

residence halls and a significant

renovation and expansion of the campus' science building are

scheduled for completion by the end of the decade.

Vital to

the long-term success of the institution

in

is its

recogni-

and nation as an educational leader

tfin throughout the state

the use of technology to improve teaching and learning. The

first

step

that direction took place

in

in

1992,

when Bridgewater - at the time,

State College secured a $10-million federal grant

the largest federal grant ever awarded to a state college

United States

-

Moakley Center

to build

for Technological Applications. Today,

two consecutive

years,

Bridgewater State College versities

and Colleges

number

six

spot on

Campuses Sun/ey"

Yahoo! Internet

among

built

Life

magazine named

in

America," and the college earned the Corporation's "Most Unwired College

in

2005.

on a

combined its

to strengthen the

public service role.

series of initiatives that trace

a watershed year in the

college

incom-

Intel

academic mission and expand

They were

all

the "100 Most-Wired Uni-

Together, these developments have college's

the

and use notebook computers.

ing students are required to carry For

in

what has become the John Joseph

life

began making a

of the college.

It

full-scale transition

back to 1960,

was then that the from an exclusively

teacher-training institution to a comprehensive liberal arts college, offering students a variety of

undergraduate and graduate

Until that time, the college

mately 500 students

-

academic

disciplines at the

level.

had been

relatively small

-

approxi-

but enjoyed a national and international

reputation for excellence

in

teacher preparation. The preparation

of the next generation of quality teachers remains a top priority

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BSC

College Compliance Policy

BRIDGEMATER STATE COLLEGE

The material which follows includes a summary of the and state legal requirements and specific col-

Handbook and

federal

specific questions, please contart the Registrar's Office,

lege policies related to nondiscrimination, harassment,

Hall

and drug policies, safety and security measures and confidentiality of student records. For a copy of the complete policy statements or further

on the

Web

(vww.bridgew.edu/registrar). For

Boyden

003.

hazing, alcohol

information, please contact the appropriate office as

indicated in each policy section.

The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics closure of

Policy on Nondiscrimination and Affirmative AaioN employment

in,

on basis of

any of

1

and

race, creed, religion, color, gender, marital

The college complies with executive orders

1375 as amended; the

the

1991;

Civil

Title IX of

Rights Act of

Aa of

Rights Restoration

Civil

1

the Higher Education

as

amended; Sections 503 and 504

of

1

402

Civil

1246 and

Rights

Amendments

of

Aa of

1972

Aa

of the Rehabilitation

973; the Americans with Disabilities Art of of the

1

1964 as amended;

988; the

1

around

their

campuses.

Annual Report Colleges have to publish an annual report every year by Ortober 1

that contains three years of

campus crime

statistics

dirertive of the Higher Education Coordinating Council; the

cies,

the law enforcement authority of

campus

police,

statements are published annually

in

the Bridgewater State

College Student Handbook.

Crime

Statistics

Colleges must disclose crime

statistics for

the campus, public areas

immediately adjacent to the campus, and certain non-campus

Greek housing and remote housing. The

Boards of Trustees of the Massachusetts State Colleges and the

Commonwealth

be gathered from campus and

local police,

and college

have "significant responsibility

for student

and campus

state

and federal

Anyone

and other applicable

local,

statutes.

believing that he or she has experienced discrimination

and/or adverse treatment

may

register a complaint with the

Boyden

Office of Affirmative Artion,

the vice president for student

affairs,

Hall

226 508.531.1241;

Boyden

Hall

for

officials

must that

Colleges are also required to provide "timely warnings" and a

Bulletins"

whenever a major crime

"Campus

Safety Alert

or other significant incident

potentially affert the safety or security of the

campus com-

munity. The Department also maintains a daily police log that For specific information regarding college policies related to racial

harassment, sexual harassment or

disabilities discrimination,

please contart the Office of Affirmative Artion, Minority Affairs

and Equal Opportunity, the

accessible to the public. The police log and any

"Campus

Alert Bulletins" that are issued are also provided for publication in

the college newspaper,

The Comment.

Hazing

Handbook.

Hazing

is

unlawful

in

Massachusetts. Bridgewater State College

supports the law. Hazing means

"

.

.

.any condurt or

method

Confidentiality of Student Records

of initiation into any student organization,

Bridgewater State College complies with the Family Educational

or private property, which willfully or recklessly endangers the

Rights and Privacy Art (FERPA) of

1974 which governs access

and release of information contained

records. Students

have the

records, request the

in

student education

right to review their education

amendment

of their records

if

they believe

that inaccuracies exist, and consent to disclosures of personally

person

who

is

a principal organizer or participant

of hazing shall be punishable by a fine of not or by imprisonment

one

year, or

in

college policy statement on hazing.

of Education, Family Policy

Compliance

Office,

concerning

ing this art

may be found

in

the

Bridgewater State College

Any

the crime

more than $3,000 more than

by both such fine and imprisonment. Please refer to

the Bridgewater State College

alleged violations of this act. Additional information regard-

in

a house of corrertion for not

have the

right to file written complaints with the U.S. Depart-

whether on public

physical or mental health of any student or other person."

identifiable information contained in their records. Students also

ment

is

Safety

Office of Student Affairs or refer to

the Bridgewater State College

to

^

artivities."

separate but more extensive public crime log. The Bridgewater

may

Washington, D.C.

facili-

statistics

Access to Timely Information

State College Police Department issues

106

508.53 1 . 1 276, TTY 508.53 1 . 1 384; or write to the Office Civil Rights,

and where

students should go to report crimes. These statistics and policy

ties including

of Massachusetts,

and also

certain security policy statements including sexual assault poli-

990; Sertion

Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Art

and pertinent laws, regulations and executive orders;

of 1974;

Statistics

universities across

edu-

its

status, age, sexual orientation, national origin, veteran status or disability.

and Campus Crime

Security Policy

law that requires colleges and

the United States to disclose information about crime on and

admission

in

cational programs or aaivities, including scholarships, loans athletics,

Campus

Art, a federal

Bridgewater State College does not discriminate to or access to, or treatment or

Aa

Bridgewater State College complies with the Jeanne Clery Dis-

Handbook for

the complete


ox.

CoUep^e ComDliance Policv J

I BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Inappropriate Behaviors that Compromise THE Safety and Security of Bridgewater State College that will not be Tolerated Student Conduct Code violations, such as those on the following

list,

may

lead to a student suspension or dismissal from

has been made. Immediate interim suspension pending a

hearing

will

occur whenever the accused student

is

illicit

drugs and alcohol by students and

employees.

College policy prohibits the possession, consumption, storage or service of alcohol by students and/or their guests, except by

Bridgewater State College once the determination of responsibility

use or distribution of

persons 21 years or age or older

consumed, stored or served) or such as the Great

tions,

deemed

Hill

a

and

limits of state

safety threat. Violations include but are not limited to:

local

who

at

are

in transit

Student Apartments and within the

laws and college

policy.

The unlawful possession, use or distribution of

arson creating or false reporting of

college property or at college artivities

bombs

tions are

drug possession and/or distribution

illegal

who

occupation of a building

illegal

possession or discharge of

illegal

to (not being

approved or licensed loca-

is

illegal

drugs on

also prohibited. Sanc-

imposed by the college on students and employees

and drug

violate the college alcohol

policy.

weapons For information

rape or other sexual assault

and

on

specific college policies pertaining to alcohol

drugs, sanrtions for violations of the alcohol

illegal

resisting arrest

drug

medium

destruction of property including electronic property

policy,

to the inciting a riot

campus resources and

referral agencies,

and

please refer

Bridgewater State College Student Handbook

or

contart the Office of Student Affairs, Boyden Hall 106; the Alco-

stalking

Human

hol/Drug Program, Tillinghast Hall 010; or the Office of

driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

Resources, Boyden Hall 103.

hate crimes

hazing illegal

Voter Registration Act

alcohol distribution

(Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 51, Sert. 42E)

murder

The law requires

physical assault

forms to

threatening

tampering with fire

fire

safety

equipment including

pulling a false

all

and physically

Web the

to others

For information

on the college conduct code and

cess, please refer to

page (www.bridgew.edu

or

contaa the

Office of Student Affairs,

Boyden

the

prohibited. Students

participating in

commonwealth except

free. All

in

indoor

and employees interested

smoking cessation programs may obtain

mation from the Office of Health Services, Tillinghast or the Office of

Human

Room

Hall

BSC

Web

state

official in

must use the

either a mail-in

home The

state or the latter

may be Divi-

or 1.800.462.8683, through

above or through www.state.ma.us/sec/

Student Right to Know - Disclosure of Institutional Graduation Rates Bridgewater State College

is

pleased to provide the following

information regarding our institution's graduation rates. The

information

is

provided

in

compliance with the Higher Education

Art of 1965, as amended.

001; During the

Resources, Boyden 103.

Amendments of 1989 compliance with the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Art

fall

semester of 2000, a cohort of 1,244

2006),

Fall

51%

of these students

six

years (as of August 31,

had graduated from our

The 4-year average graduation rate

2000

first-time,

degree-seeking undergraduate students entered

Bridgewater State College. After

tion.

of 1989, Bridgewater State College has

617.727.2828

site listed

in

infor-

Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act In

home

1705, McCormack Building, OneAshburton Place,

MA 02108

full-time,

Amendments

to vote in their

elestu/stuidx.htm.

areas designated by the college as smoking areas. Effective

1993, the college became smoke

on BSC Students) and at

Hall

The Massachusetts Clean Indoor Air Art requires that smoking

is

program

Massachusetts

obtained by writing or calling the Massachusetts Eledions

The Massachusehs Clean Indoor Act (Massachusehs General Laws, Chapter 270, Sect. 22) at colleges within the

Click

federal mail-in affidavit of voter registration.

Boston,

be prohibited

-

judicial pro-

the Bridgewater State College Student

106.

1,

institution.

Information Booth. Out-of-state students

form supplied by an elertion

sion,

smoking

available voter registration

a degree or certificate

attendance at the

Campus Center

who want

January

in

residents will find such forms at the Bridgewater State College

alarm

use of a false identification card or providing false identification

Handbook

in

make

colleges to

all

students enrolled

cohorts)

is

(for Fall

institu-

1997 through

49%.

adopted

and implemented programs to prevent the unlawful possession.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vwm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.


College Compliance Policy

The most updated information regarding the college's graduation rates

is

available at www.bridgew.edu/depts/ir/l<eyelements.

number

Total

of students enrolled in

teacher preparation,

dm.

in

While reviewing this information, please in mind:

Number

bear

The graduation

rate

is

based on students

bachelor's program within 6 years

The graduation

rate

(1

50%

who completed

teaching k

who

1

1498

of students in supervised student in

t

academic year 2005-2006 t

I

L

1

1

383

'1

members who supervised

of faculty

student teachers:

of normal time).

does not include students

1

Number

the

specializations,

all

academic year 2005-2006:

Full-time faculty in professional education:

31

transferred

Part-time faculty in professional education

to other higher education institutions or interrupted their course

but full-time of study (e.g., students on leave, students

serve

in

the armed forces,

official

who

Part-time faculty in professional education,

not otherwise employed by the institution:

61

Total faculty student teaching supervisors:

96

are deceased

and thus unable to return to school).

For specific questions regarding graduation rates, please contact

Student teacher/faculty

30

hours per week:

The

total

number

of

weeks

Bridgewater State College offers 18 undergraduate and post-

student teaching required:

baccalaureate programs leading to

Average

a major

in

in

initial

3.98

ratio:

The average number of student teaching

Teacher Preparation Programs and Educator Licensure Test Pass Rates

candidates enrolled

4

the institution:

who

the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment.

teaching licensure.

All

total

number

of supervised

15

450

of hours required:

teacher-licensure programs must have

an Arts and Sciences discipline

education course sequence, and

all

in

addition to their

candidates are exposed to Massachusetts, candidates must pass

actual K-12 classrooms throughout their teacher preparation

To be licensed to teach

program. Bridgewater's School of Education and Allied Studies

three educator licensure tests: a communication and literacy

is

accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of

Teacher Education (NCATE).AII of the college's

initial

teacher

Department of Education, and 13 programs are approved national level by recognized professional organizations.

battery (reading

in

and writing) and a

at the

test in their

skills

academic content

area. The following table reports pass rates for each of the tests

required for teacher licensure.

preparation programs are approved by the Massachusetts

8

in

school to

church mission, or the foreign

service of the federal government, or students

or permanently disabled

left


College Compliance Policy BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure速 (MTEL)

Annual Institution Report

Program Year: 2005-2006 Number

of Program Completers: 374

Statewide

Institution

Test Field/Category

Number

Number

Tested

Passed

Pass Rate

Pass Rate

Basic Skills

CommLit Reading

336

336

100%

100%

CommLit Writing

334

334

100%

99%

Aggregate

339

339

100%

99%

10

10

100%

Academic Content Areas 013 Biology

046 Dance Early

014

Earth Science

007

English

38

Childhood

AAO/

00%

100%

1

002

1 1

38

100%

97% 100%

4

99% 98% 99%

27

27

100%

226

209

92%

184

184

100%

22

22

100%

009 Mathematics

16

16

100%

99% 98%

047 Middle School Mathematics

14

14

100%

100%

20

100%

090 Foundations

of Reading

003 General Curriculum

006

History

016 Music 022 01

1

048

Physics

Philosophy

81% 93% 97% 98%

2

028 Spanish

2

045 Theater

1

8

01 7 Visual Art

Aggregate

Summary Totals and

at

Pass Rate

98% 100%

1

Political Science/Political

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

100%

1

20

Physical Education

577

560

97%

98%

361

344

95%

97%

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.

9


bSc Academic

Programs

BRIDGEWATER

detailed information, see requirements listed in the appropriate

COMPUTER SCIENCE CRIMINAL JUSTICE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

department of

Concentration:

Undergraduate Majors Thirty-one undergraduate majors are currently offered. For

more

this catalog.

Early Education

Students should be aware that not evening. Students

who

all

courses are offered

in

the

are only able to enroll in classes 4;00 pm

Concentrations: General

or after should consult the appropriate department chairperson for information

about the

courses required

in

availability of

Environmental Geosciences

evening sections of

Geology

a specific major, concentration and/or minor.

ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE

and Care (PreK-K)

EARTH SCIENCES

ECONOMICS ELEMENTARY EDUCATION ENGLISH

Concentrations: Accounting

Concentrations: English Education (High School,

Finance

ANTHROPOLOGY

Middle School) Writing

Concentrations: Cultural Anthropology

GEOGRAPHY

General Anthropology

HEALTH EDUCATION

Public Archaeology

HISTORY Concentration:

ART

Military History

Concentrations: Art Education

MANAGEMENT

Art History

Concentrations: General

Crafts

Management (Human

Graphic Design

Management Management

ATHLETIC TRAINING

Global

AVIATION SCIENCE

Information Systems

Concentrations:

Marketing

Management

Flight Training

BIOLOGY Concentrations: Biomedical/Molecular Biology

Transportation

Concentration: Music Education

PHILOSOPHY

General Biology

Concentration: Applied Ethics

CHEMISTRY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Concentrations:

Concentrations:

Biochemistry

Management

MATHEMATICS MUSIC

Environmental Biology

BUSINESS-see Management and Accounting and Finance

it

Energy and Environmental Resources

Photography

Aviation

Resources,

Operations)

Fine Arts

Coaching

Environmental Chemistry

Exercise Science/Health Fitness

Professional Chemistry

Motor Development Therapy/Adapted

CHEMISTRY-GEOLOGY

COMMUNICATION STUDIES Concentrations: Communication Studies

Physical Education

Recreation Recreation and Fitness Club Administration

Teacher Licensure available

in;

Dance Education

Physical Education (PreK-8)

Theater Arts

Physical Education (5-12)

Theater Education

K


Academic Programs ividsier of

Education (MEd)

Counseling

Concentrations: General Physics

Concentrations:

Professional Physics

Mental Health Counseling

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Mental Health Counseling

Concentrations:

School Counseling

American

Childhood Education

International Affairs

Legal Studies

Educational Leadership

Public Administration

Elementary Education

PSYCHOLOGY

Health Promotion

Concentrations:

Instructional Technology

PreK-12 Education (For Educators

Child Psychology

and Organizational Psychology

in

non-U.S.

settings)

Reading

Medical and Health Psychology

SOCIAL WORK

Special Education

Concentrations:

SOCIOLOGY

Moderate

Concentrations: City,

Dual License

Student Affairs Counseling

Politics

Early

Industrial

-

Community and Region

Disabilities

Severe Disabilities

Education

Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Global Studies

SPANISH

Concentrations:

SPECIAL EDUCATION

Financial Administration

Concentration:

Municipal and Regional Development and

Communication Disorders

Management Nonprofit Administration

Graduate Programs For complete information about graduate degrees trations;

and concen-

and postbaccalaureate programs, see the "School of

Graduate Studies"

section of this catalog or visit

edu/SOGS/.

www.bridgew.

Master of Science (MS) Athletic Training

Computer Science Criminal Justice

Concentrations:

Master of Arts (MA)

Administration of Justice

English

Crime and Corrections

Concentration:

Physical Education

Creative Writing

Concentrations:

Psychology

Adapted

Physical Education

Applied Kinesiology

Master of Arts

in

Teaching (MAT)

Biology

Human Performance and

Health Fitness

Strength and Conditioning

Creative Arts English

Master of Science

in

Management (MS)

History

Concentrations:

Mathematics

Accounting

Music Education

Marketing

Physical Science

Organization Development

Physics

Technology Management

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


Academic Programs Master of Social Work (MSW) Certificate of

Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS)

Educational Leadership

Mental Health Counseling

Reading School Counseling

Doctor of Education (EdD) (Collaborative

program with the

Massachusetts

-

University

Lowell)

Educational Leadership

Reading

Postbaccalaureate Licensure Programs Early

Childhood Education

Educational Leadership Elenfientary Education

Health (Health, Family and

Consumer

Sciences)

Physical Education

Secondary Education (Middle School/High School/PreK-12 Specialist) Special Education

Postmaster's Licensure Programs Educational Leadership

School Counseling

12

of

i


The Undergraduate BRIPGEWATER

Academic Experience

STATE COLLEGE

A

members

diverse array of academic programs, close association with

opportunities to learn and

grow outside

and

of the classroom,

and government

agencies. Other faculty provide leadership to professional

network of advisers and counselors are the key

a supportive

serve as consultants and advisers to corporations,

non-profit organizations, school systems

a superb faculty, extensive online and technological resources,

societies

elements of the academic environment at Bridgewater State

fields.

College.

of

and conduct pioneering research

Students

means

may work

in their

closely with faculty

respective

through a variety

including internships, undergraduate research or the

Honors Program.

A wide

variety of service-learning, study abroad, cultural

dimensions to the

The college

and full is

is

committed to fostering student success. Faculty each student work to achieve her or

a foundation of challenging studies,

tually stimulating

service

LEARNING RESOURCES his

The college's long tradition of academic excellence

potential.

upon

rich

academic experience.

total

staff strive to help

built

and

complement the learning process and add

social activities

an

Clement C. Maxwell Library Conveniently located on West Campus, the Maxwell Library

Not only does the

of activity.

intellec-

and administrative departments,

atmosphere, and a tradition of community

and

for student

for learning

complex

in

and require new

ideas.

new

technology have created skills in

opportunities

the ability to assimilate

communicate

effertively, think logically,

work

skills

a

to

quantitatively,

and

evaluate and assimilate information from a variety of sources.

These

are critically important to a

skills

of learning

life

and

The

The core of the Bridgewater State College academic experience arts.

Every student, regardless of major,

completes the core curriculum

-

a general course of study that

provides a foundation for studies

in

each major. Distribution

requirements include fine and performing natural sciences

curriculum

with the

is

last

and social/behavioral

completed during the

is

skills.

is

arts,

sciences.

first

Most

of the core

of college,

field of study.

placed on reading, writing and oral communication

Business executives rank proficiency

collect

skill

others

communication as

in

an employee can possess. The

and integrate information, organize one's

these ideas logically and is

rooted

in

clearly,

language

discs.

rich

is

staffed

substantial collection of videos,

Students and faculty can discover the

wealth of books, newspapers, periodicals, sound recordings and

movie

titles

using the

library's

online public access catalog, Webster.

article

and nearly 100

electronic bibliographic

and

full-text

databases, the library provides students and faculty with ac-

cess to a breadth of information sources supporting their classroom

and research needs. The all

library

is

dedicated to providing resources

in

subject disciplines taught by the college's faculty.

ability to

ideas, express

has both hard-wired and wireless networks,

Because the

library

students can

work anywhere

in

the building using their notebook

computers. They can also use the desktop computers to search the

Web site,

http://www.bridgew.edu/libraty Since most .

of these computers include a suite of applications such as Microsoft

Word and complete

Excel, students

their course

dynamic learning

can find information resources and

assignments at the same time. The

library

a

is

place.

and respond to the ideas of

The Academic Achievement Center

skills.

The Academic Achievement Center houses a

The college has a

library

humanities,

two years

two years focused on the major

the most important

inviting environ-

and research needs.

complemented by a

DVDs and compact

catalog and

Emphasis

and

it

tools

core collection of print, electronic and microformat

library's

materials

subscriptions

the study of liberal

faculty use in a comfortable

and elearonic

With approximately 300,000 volumes, more than 31,000 periodical

personal and professional growth.

is

and classrooms,

faculty offices

ment. Open more than 90 hours each week, the

satisfying reference

skills in

major area. Each student acquires the knowledge and

hub

areas of

in different

study as well as specialized, in-depth knowledge and

a

by highly qualified professionals and support personnel skilled at

Bridgewater State College's undergraduate

program provides fundamental knowledge

is

house a number of academic

also provides a variety of information resources

and partnership.

Rapid advances

library

and varied array of majors, minors and

program options. For the undergraduate student, there broad spectrum of more than 100 such

a

is

variety of

services that support the adjustment to college

programs and

and the academic

success of students. The Academic Achievement Center

is

located

on

the ground floor of the Maxwell Library and includes the following

possibilities.

programs:

The Faculty Bridgewater State College has an outstanding faculty of

and men who are dedicated to teaching as a

women

career, not just a

vocation. Bridgewater State College professors are nationally

recognized for their expertise percent hold terminal degrees

in their fields

of study. Ninety

in their fields

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

and many

faculty

The Haughey Academic Advising Program The advising program serves freshmen and

all

other students

who

have yet to declare an aademic major. Freshmen are introduced to the advising program during orientation and participate of group

and

individual advising sessions

in

a

number

throughout the academic

www.bhdgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

13


bSc The

Undergraduate Academic Experience

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

The focus of the advising program

year.

make a

plan a program of study and to college

is

on helping each student

successful

and happy

transition

it

be applied toward the minimum number of

graduation

in

credits required for

any major

life.

*FRSK 100 Introductory College Enrichment Program

A variety of services are

ing

available to help strengthen those

essential to effective learning both in college

skills

and throughout

most

life.

-A specialized

Skills:

Intrusive Advis-

learning/advising program for freshmen offered

by the Academic Achievement Center and conducted

group

setting. Students

who wish

a small

in

further information

about

this

course should contaa the Academic Achievement Center

The program

based on the college's commitment to provide

is

students with every opportunity to build upon strengths they have

*FRSK 101 Introductory College

while correcting any deficiencies. This assistance

course

specialized courses in English

is

provided through

and mathematics and through

re-

skills,

sources such as Studying and Research Services, the Writing Studio,

Mathematics Services

and

Communication Laboratory, Second Language

Services,

Disability Resources. Tutorial assistance

may be

Students needing assistance

A student may

is

consist of

will

Skills:

Writing -The

an intensive review of basic communication

those of reading and writing. Students

chiefly

who

wish further

information about this course should consult with the chairperson of

the English department or the Academic Achievement Center.

also provided.

referred by faculty or

*FRSK 102 Introductory College Skills: Mathematics - Fundamental principles of algebra and geometry. Students who wish further information about this course should

staff.

also request special help, which the college

may

provide.

consult with the chairperson of the Department of Mathematics

Computer

Learning Assistance Services -

Students

may

receive as-

sistance through the following services offered in the

tion of oral presentations

direaor of the Academic Achievement Center.

assisted with prepara-

through services that teach strategies

earned in these particular courses

*The

credits

used

to satisfy

minimum number of credits required for

applied toward the

graduation

in

may not be

Core Curriculum Requirements, nor may they be

any major

development and research, as well as

for topic selection, outline

through opportunities for presentation

Continuing and Distance Education

practice.

The Office of Continuing and Distance Education works

Mathematics Services - Students or small-group tutoring

and

direaor, or the

Academic

Achievement Center:

Communication Lab - Students are

MathematiG Laboratory

Science, or the

participate in individual

and have access to a

variety of video

and

closely witfi

the academic schools to provide credit courses offered after 4:00

PM,

off

campus

or

on weekends, during

intersession

and during the

computer materials to support mastery of mathematiG concepts

summer The

and

courses offered via distance learning. Continuing and Distance

skills.

office

is

responsible for

undergraduate and graduate

all

Education also provides non-credit on-line courses and certificate

Studying and Research Services - Students develop strategies

and

skills for

for

are helped to

programs.

managing the demands of college courses Continuing Education opportunities are available for students

completing demanding course assignments.

wish to further their

Writing Studio - Students tance to strengthen

skills

at

are provided individualized assis-

all

stages of the writing process.

for their

iNTRODUaORY COLLEGE College

Students

Skills

may be

courses as a result of a review of the students' high

examinations generally given during Freshman Orientation. A stu-

may

also request this assistance, which the college

is

pleased

The course or courses

and

will

web

site at

will

be graded on a satisfactory/unsatisfactory

not be calculated

www.bridgew.edu/CDE

visit

.

Departmental Resources The college

offers extensive

in

the student's cumulative quality

point average. Students assigned to any of these courses must

com-

computer

facilities for instructional

purposes and resources that range from a Zeiss Electron Microscope in

the Department of Biological Sciences and an astronomy observa-

tory in the

Department of PhysiG to a writing studio offered by the

Department of

to provide.

basis

personal enjoyment. For more information, contact the

SKILLS

assigned to a class or to Introductory

school records, SAT scores and performance on various placement

dent

who

gain professional expertise or

Continuing and Distance Education Office at 508.531.2788 or the

Courses -

own

own knowledge,

Facilities for in

English.

weaving, ceramia, sculpture and painting are available

the Department of Art.

ment

A flight

of Aviation Science. These

simulator

is

provided

in

the Depart-

and many other resources support

plete the course successfully before attempting any other course in

the educational mission of the college and ensure that Bridgewater

that area. The credit earned in any Introductory College Skills course

State College students can learn

may

and

not be used to satisfy Core Curriculum Requirements nor

may

skills.

and apply contemporary knowledge


The Undergraduate Academic Experience course

Disability Resources In

compliance with the Americans with

Section

504

College

is

Disabilities

Act of 1990 and

of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Bridgewater State

committed to mal<ing

accessible to

all

services,

its facilities,

and programs

students. The staff of the Disability Resources Office

assists students

who

and/or learning

disabilities

have documented

Web sites; gain

access to course

syllabi,

information posted by the professors; engage

and other

materials

online discussions;

in

collaborate with fellow students; view grades on assignments and tests in a course;

exams

in

and sometimes even take quizzes or prepare

for

the online environment.

physical, psychological,

through the use of reasonable accom-

InfoBear

is

a Web-based sen/ice provided by Bridgewater State Col-

modations. To this end, accommodations are determined individually

lege to allow quick and convenient access to each student's course

based on the student's documentation and are designed to ame-

enrollment, transcripts showing progress toward graduation, course

the student's functional limitations. Students

liorate

disability

is

physical or psychological or

must make an appointment tor Those students

have multiple

disabilities

to see the disability resource coordina-

whose primary

or attention deficit disorder

who

whose primary

disability

is

learning disabilities

must make an appointment

learning disabilities specialist. Disability Resources

Academic Achievement Center

in

is

grades and other information. Students also register for the following semester's courses through InfoBear,

the college

Web site and

and personal

which

available through

is

requires a student identification

identification

number

number.

to see the

located

the

in

the Maxwell Library 508.531.1214

Web-Based Courses Learning

in

our society

no longer

is

limited to the classroom,

and

it is

important for lifelong learning for students to be able to learn from

or 508.531.61 13 TTY.

a variety of information sources. Bridgewater State College students

have the opportunity to take courses delivered by a range of

TECHNOLOGICAL RESOURCES

technologies.

In

addition to the

many

courses that use Blackboard to

enhance the learning experience, the college also Bridgewater State College cational technology.

strives to

A wireless

remain

in

offers

Web-based

the forefront of edu-

courses that are offered primarily over the Internet. Requirements

network across campus, an array of include access to a notebook or desktop computer with printer

technology-enhanced courses, classroom and laboratories that

inte-

Internet connection,

Web

browsing capability and e-mail.

and

Instruc-

grate technology, a robust residence network service, and a program tors

for student

determine the mix of technologies that are employed

courses. For

College students an advantage

in

most Web-based courses, a

The Computer Notebook Program The college's computer notebook program,

upon the

number

of class

dents at Bridgewater State College

engage

all

stu-

a technology-rich educational

in

experience and to help students develop

skills

that will be invaluable

before and after graduation. Students can access the Internet using the college's wireless network, find and view course information and their classmates,

may

still

be required.

Wireless Network 2004,

initiated in fall

college's strengths in technology to

communicate with

certain

our technologically based society.

meetings on campus

builds

in their

notebook computers combine to give Bridgewater State

and stay connected

at

home to

keep up on e-mail and homework.

Bridgewater State College has provided wireless network conneaivity

across the entire

and

visitors

campus

since

fall

2001

.

Staff, faculty,

students

with wireless-enabled notebook computers are able to

connect to the network from anywhere on campus, including classrooms,

labs, offices, lounges,

the library and outdoors. This enables

users to access the Internet, read e-mail college's online resources at

and connea

to

all

of the

any time. Due to wireless access points

being placed throughout the college campus, students can walk

from one side of the campus to the other while remaining conneded Beginning with freshmen entering to

all

subsequent entering

undergraduate students to

in

the

Fall

of

2004 and

classes, the college requires

own

applying

a notebook computer. This policy

also applies to full-time transfer students

to the network.

new full-time

whose accumulated

Residence Network

credits

The residence network (ResNet) service provides place

them

Students

in

resident students

may purchase

a computer

on

their

own

with high-speed Internet access, reduced long distance telephone that meets the charges, voice mail, and cable

minimum

all

a graduating class for which notebooks are required.

specifications or

may purchase

their

TV which

includes

HBO, NESN and

notebook through movie channels which

air

on Residence

Life

Cinema. Every month,

the college's agreement with a selected vendor offering competitive 1

prices

and the standard

suite of office software.

about the notebook program can be found

6 recently released feature films are available

at http://notebooks.

The ResNet program bridgew.edu/

The Online World: Blackboard and InfoBear of the courses at Bridgewater State College are

course

is

handled by one payment each semester,

.

which provides

Many

for viewing.

More information

Web sites developed through the

at

all

support needed to ensure the

availability of

these services. Further information on the ResNet program can be

found at http://resnet.bridgew.edu/

.

enhanced by

Blackboard learning portal.

Using their personal Blackboard account, students enroll

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

for

in their

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.


The Undergraduate Academic Experience John Joseph Moakley Center for

and Senior Years

Technologigvl Applications

thus runs throughout a student's undergraduate career, whereas

The Moakley Center has been supporting the technology needs of Bridgewater State College students as well as the region's educators

and businesses since

its

opening

1995. The Moakley Center

in

is

a technology-integrated, 50,000-square-foot learning venue that

focuses the power of technology on tion

its

guiding principle that educa-

Departmental Honors takes place only

Commonwealth Honors

3-seat amphitheater features a

full

multimedia presentation technologies.

two years.

Honors; a student might undertake only Departmental Honors

if

he

honors work after the freshman year.

interest in pursuing

complement

Its

of the latest

television/video production

description of the opportunities

Honors Program

available at

is

and requirements

for the

www.bridgew.edu/HonorsProgram/

or the "Academic Programs" section of this catalog.

grants access to digital editing and complete teleconference

facility

and educators. Several multime-

capabilities for students, businesses,

rooms

dia training

technology-enhanced learning.

offer the latest in

The Adrian Tinsley Program for Undergraduate Research The Adrian Tinsley Program

A variety of technology-based in

last

a lifelong process.

is

1

the student's

in

includes the requirements for Departmental

or she transferred to Bridgewater State College or developed an

A complete A2

Departmental Honors. Commonwealth Honors

for

resources and programs are housed

the Moakley Center. These include the RiverNet Watershed Access

Lab; CityLab; the Teaching

and Technology Support Center; a

music classroom; the Center

for the

Advancement

digital

of Research

and

Teaching (CART) and the GeoGraphics Laboratory.

for

Undergraduate Research (vwvw.

bridgew.edu/atp/) provides opportunities to Bridgewater State College undergraduates or artistic

mentor. Through learn

who wish

to pursue research, scholarship,

work under the guidance

new

ATR

research

of a full-time faculty or librarian

students design and develop research projects,

skills,

gain a more sophisticated understanding of

the nature of academic research, and have opportunities to present their research

OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

ences. The

and

creative

outcome

of the

work

at regional

program

the self-confidence, motivation and

is

and national

confer-

for students to graduate with

ability to

conduct independent

scholarship and research.

The Honors Program

The Tinsley Program supports a

The Honors Program at Bridgewater State College encourages

conducted over the course of a semester, summer, or

gifted

and highly motivated students to reach

through

critical

thinking, scholarship

their highest potential

and research. Small classes and

close student-faculty relations provide for the vigorous

exchange of

program as a whole works to create an

ideas, while the

atmosphere fostering

and thorough

intellectual, artistic

and academic achievement.

variety of

undergraduate

ing research or other forms of scholarship or artistic ciplines.

The project may include laboratory research

and

sciences; research in education,

life

scholarship

in

projects,

longer, involv-

work in

in all dis-

the physical

mathematio and

business;

the humanities and social sciences; and stage perfor-

mances, displays, or research

in

the visual arts and design.

The program does not require students to complete additional

The Tinsley Program provides year-round support of undergraduate

course work beyond the credit hours necessary for graduation;

research through a variety of competitive opportunities:

instead, students earn honors credits by taking honors sections of

regular courses and/or honors colloquia during their freshman

sophomore years, and by undertaking grams with

faculty

mentors during

and

individualized research pro-

their junior

and senior

years. For

Summer Grants are awarded to students for work done over 10 weeks of the summer on an in-depth, research project conduaed

under the supervision of a BSC faculty or

information on funds available to support student research, see the

includes a stipend

"Adrian Tinsley Program for Undergraduate Research" below.

additional

money

librarian mentor.

awarded to the student, who may for research expenses,

The grant

also apply for

and a stipend

for the faculty

or librarian mentor.

Honors students meet with the director or assistant director once a

Semester Grants are

semester to discuss their work

of research-related supplies

completed with a grade of B

in

the program. For

aedit on their transcripts, and those receive

an honors degree

intrinsic satisfaction

it

-a

brings

all

honors work

(3.0) or higher, students receive

who

honors

complete the program

goal worth serious effort both for the

and the advantages

it

provides at a

time of strong competition for graduate and career opportunities.

awarded each semester to and

Travel Grants support students who present regional or national conferences, tion

and

offset the costs

travel.

and fund

their research at

travel, lodging, registra-

related fees.

The National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Bridgewater

State College traditionally sends a

number

of

students to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Commonwealth and Departmental Honors Students can participate

undertaking

all

in

the Honors Program

of the requirements listed for

Honors or by undertaking the requirements

in

two ways: by

Commonwealth

listed

only under Junior

(NCUR) which

is

held

in different cities

their travel grants to attend the

each

year.

Students

may use

conference and present their work.

TVie

Undergraduate Research Symposium takes

April

each year

in

place in

the Moakley Center and showcases undergradu-


The Undergraduate

;

Academic Experience ate research through oral

and poster presentations and

Faculty, staff, students, administration

Sister Big Brother,

The Undergraduate Review: A Journal of Research and Creative Worii publishes undergraduate research annually.

more information and submission edu/atp/ur.htm

guidelines, see

Meals on Wheels and many more.

www.bridgew.

Children's Physical Developmental Clinic

.

The Bridgf. A Student Journal of is

Fine

Arts

contact

Once each

year,

by a student editorial board. For more informa-

The Bridge

at:

years, Bridgewater State College

has sponsored

recognized academic program that fosters professional development,

students are invited to submit their creative works, which are competitively selected

more than 30

the Children's Physical Developmental Clinic (CPDC), a nationally

a journal of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and art

created and published by undergraduate students.

tion,

programs that focus on homelessness and poverty,

For

For

The Bridge

Colony Big

international alternative spring break programs. Old

and

displays.

and guests are welcome.

community

sen/ice,

dents from

all

and leadership

qualities.

CPDC

The

affords stu-

majors a challenging opportunity for volunteering as

clinicians to

work with

the ages of

1

children

8 months to

1

8

and youth with

disabilities

between

years.

thebridgejournal@bridgew.edu, or at

508.531.2983.

The aim of the

clinic

program

to improve the "total development"

is

of children with disabilities by enhancing vital physical, motor,

Internships

aquatic

Internships consist of both

on and off-campus work experience with

a site supervisor/employer for academic credit under the guidance

member

of a faculty

skills

and

patterns. In addition, the

improvement of self-esteem of children by strengthening emotionalthrough successful involvement

social aspects of their personalities

or non-credit through the Internship Office.

and

program stresses the

recreation

in play,

and sport

activities.

Internships allow students to gain career-related experience while in college,

an important factor

in

finding the

first

professional position.

A hundred ter

Students interested

demic department

internships should

in

if

they wish to receive

first

check with

credit.

their aca-

Credited internships

are usually tied to a student's academic major. Students need to

have completed a

specific

number

on campus.

largest student organization

CPDC

Over the years, BSC students have determined that the only is

and go through a

of credit hours

students serve as clinicians and support staff each semes-

making the CPDC the

augments

most

critical

their professional preparation; but,

to

not

upon graduation,

them when seeking employment and entrance to

graduate school.

formal approval process before credit can be awarded. To determine possible internship

sites,

students should check with their academic

department as well as the Office of Career

Exchange and International Programs

Services's Internship

Bridgewater State College students can study at

Program, which maintains a database of internship opportunities the region.

Some

students

may want

not need credit

who

the world, including those

in

universities in

countries such as Brazil, Spain, France

choose to do an internship but do

and to

many

in

meet with the career

Portugal. Bridgewater State College has

exchange programs

in

services internship Brazil,

Canada England,

Ireland,

Japan and Jordan. Students have

coordinator to help locate opportunities, prepare for the internship the opportunity to study interview, develop a cover letter

and resume and

in

Canada

at

more than a dozen

institu-

learn important tips tions, including McGill University. Scholarships are available,

for getting the

most from the experience. These

financial aid

to any student looking for an internship credit. For further information,

and

services are offered

whether or not

it is

may be used

for

all

travel

programs.

for

see the "Academic Programs" section

Through the National Student Exchange, students may spend up to of this catalog.

one year attending a college or state tuition rate.

Community Service and Service-Learning Bridgewater State College believes firmly

importance of experiential learning Service-learning

is

in all

in

of

more than 175

the relevance and its

university in another state at the in-

The National Student Exchange directory describes

institutions involved in this

program. For further

information contact the Office of International Programs,

academic programs.

www.

bridgew.edu/international.

a teaching method that uses community service

to help students gain a deeper understanding of course objeaives,

acquire

new knowledge and engage

in civic activity.

A number of

faculty incorporate service-learning into their courses.

The college

has established a center for Community Service and Service-Learning in

the

Campus Center

to develop

community contacts and

collect

International Study Tours Short-term faculty-led study tours to international locations are offered for undergraduate or graduate college credit. Each course

designed by a Bridgewater State College faculty to his/her regional

and disseminate information on service-learning and volunteer

and academic

own. These courses, which vary various student leadership programs at Bridgewater

State College include

expertise, providing

community

service

components. Projects

in-

clude Habitat for Humanity, Jumpstart, Earth Day projects, domestic

at

length from

1

from

their

days to five weeks,

are offered during winter intersession, spring break

and summer

Study tour destinations have included Japan, Peru, Cuba and Ireland.

The Bridgewater-at-Oxford program study at Oxford University

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

in

is

according

an opportunity

for students to explore, firsthand, societies quite different

opportunities.

In addition,

member

in

offers three

weeks

England with a choice of

of

summer

political

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.


The Undergraduate

bSc BRIDGEWATER

Academic Experience

STATE COLLEGE

and

science/law, art history, English literature or English history. Students

advising,

from

opportunity to meet with faculty and staff and learn about the

all

majors and academic classes are encouraged to participate.

more information contact the

For

Maxwell tional/

508.531.6183

Library,

Office of International Programs.

or visit www.bridgew.edu/interna-

registration for

fall

classes. Students also

resources available at the college.

have an

A one-day concurrent family

program provides parents with information about

services,

support

systems and resources for their students.

.

The second program

Cross Registration Programs

when

is

prior to the

opening of classes

in

the

fall

new friends,

students are given the opportunity to meet

learn

the traditions of Bridgewater State College and receive assistance

CAPS

with transition to college

College Academic Program Sharing (CAPS) full-time students attending a

life.

designed to provide

is

Massachusetts state college the

College Events and Special Programs

opportunity to study at another state college to add a different

hundreds of interesting programs, projects and events

or specialized dimension to their undergraduate studies. Students

Literally

may

are available at Bridgewater State College throughout each year

one

participate for

or

two semesters and complete up

to

30

semester hours of credit without going through formal admissions or registration procedures. Tuition

is

covered within the student's

charge at Bridgewater State College. Courses taken

full-time tuition

under the CAPS program are not included All

BSC students who wish

in

Registrar's Office,

and

and programs are sponsored

social activities faculty, staff

and alumni

and

of the college

Homecoming, Parents

include, but are certainly not limited to:

Bridgewater State College, Dr Martin Luther King

CAPS

Boyden

cultural

each year by students,

Day,

Convocation, the Massachusetts Hall of Black Achievement at

the student's GPA.

to cross register as part of the

program must apply through the

Academic,

Hall.

and

Breakfast,

Awards

for Excellence, Springfest

Jr

Day Celebration

and the Holiday

Concert.

SACHEM Through the Southeastern Association

(SACHEM) program,

Education

for

Cooperation of Higher

qualified full-time students

letin

may

up to two courses each semester without going

cross-register for

through formal registration procedures. Tuition

is

student's

GPA. Schools

Community

College,

SACHEM

program are not included

participating in this

Cape Cod Community

program include College,

Dean

in

the

Bristol

College,

Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Massasoit Community College, Stonehill College, University of

Wheaton

College. All

SACHEM

part of the Office,

Boyden

Massachusetts at Dartmouth and

BSC students who wish

Web site, the numerous

bul-

boards across the campus, as well as college publications, for

information on

campus events as they

arise.

covered within

the student's full-time tuition charge at Bridgewater State College.

Courses taken under the

Consult the Bridgewater State College

to cross register as

program must apply through the

Registrar's

Cultural, Social, Athletic

and Recreational

AaiviTiES In

addition to classroom instruction, Bridgewater State College offers

students a

full social, cultural, athletic,

recreational

and

religious

life.

Art exhibits, lectures, concerts, movies, plays, workshops and sports

events

make

for

an active campus schedule. (Please

Web

site

tions

and a calendar of campus

www.bridgew.edu

for a

complete

refer to the college

listing of clubs,

organiza-

events.)

Hall.

Through programs sponsored by the Office of Student Involvement and Leadership, the Student

CAMPUS LIFE

tee

Govemment Association,

and other organizations, members

the Program Commit-

of the college

community have

opportunities to attend events featuring significant public figures

Getting Started: Orientation for

New Students

Bridgewater State College's orientation program has been designed

new

to introduce

students and their families to the

munity. Through collaborative efforts

Academic Affairs and Student Affairs,

between the

campus com-

divisions of

orientation provides programs

that are conducive to the academic and developmental success of

new

students. The goals of orientation are to develop

and coordinate

programs that promote academic success, to enhance personal

and viflth

social

development, and to provide families and

and

internationally acclaimed performing artists.

The Art Building and Maxwell Library feature are displayed

galleries

and the Rondileau Campus Center

where

exhibits

offers special pro-

grams such as performances by the college Chorale Society and the Bridgewater State College Dance Company. For students the theater, Bridgewater State College has

productions are presented by students

throughout the

in

much

to

offer.

who

enjoy

Major

the Theater department

year.

their students

information about services, support systems and issues facing

college students.

Bridgewater State College has a strong athletic tradition, which

has grown to include 21 intercollegiate varsity sports teams, a

full

range of intramural athletic programs, and a number of club sports Orientation

program

in

is

divided into

June

is

two

different programs.

The

initial

a comprehensive two-day overnight introdurtion

programs. The Adrian Tinsley Center features a state-of-the-art fitness center, a

to the college with an emphasis on placement testing, academic is

a

member

walking track and multi-sport surfaces. The college

of the National Collegiate Athletic Association

(NCAA)


The Undergraduate

^

Academic Experience^ Division

III,

the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) and

the Massachusetts State College Athletic Conference (MASCAC).

Community members keep abreast

and the

college's

and programs through

home page focus on news and

campus

highlighting

The campus radio plus a

of events

campus media. The student newspaper, The Comment,

a variety of

life

and

station,

WBIM-FM,

provides coverage of events

range of musical and special interest programming. Resi-

full

dent students have access to a cable television offering college

campus

news and

Campus

maintains a of

feature stories

individual achievements.

local access

channel

information. The Office of Public Affairs

Events Line 508.531.1768, a weekly recording

events.

Religious Life The college supports student pursuit of

and

in

nity to

for

spirituality

both individually

groups. The college provides groups of students the opportu-

form student organizations so they may

utilize

college

facilities

meetings and events as well as request funding from the Student

Government Association. The Catholic Center (122 Park Avenue) and the Christian Fellowship Center (29 entities that offer students

for

worship and

Shaw Road)

are independent

both group and individual opportunities

service.

Services to Students Students face

many

decisions involving housing, finances, health,

work, academic programs, post-undergraduate study and career goals.

The Office of Student Affairs provides assistance

in

these decisions through personal and career counseling,

on-campus housing information, health social activities,

lege Student services.

It is

making off-

and

services, child care center,

and student advocacy. The Bhdgewater State Col-

Handbook provides

available at

detailed information about these

www.bridgew.edu/handbook/

.

Children's Center The Children's Center provides high quality care and education to preschool

semester

in

aged

children.

Open from the beginning

of the

September through the end of Summer Session

fall II

in

August, the center offers nine different enrollment options ranging

from two half days to

five full days. This

model program, accredited

by the National Association for the Education of Young' Children, also available for observation, field work,

and data

collection.

Children's Center

Campus

School,

is

located

in

the Burnell

is

The

Room

135. For additional information contact the Children's Center at

508.53 1

.

1

244, www.bridgew.edu/childrenscenter/ or by e-mail at

childrencenter@bridgew.edu.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

19


"

Undergraduate Admissions For information about admission to graduate programs, please

tions

consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

is

and mathematical

strongly

A fourth year of mathematics

analysis.

recommended

for students

who

plan to enter fields

such as computer science, management science, mathematics,

who

Bridgewater State College seeks to admit students

have a record of scholastic achievement. An candidates of diverse academic, economic,

effort

pre-engineering or the sciences.

give

evidence of intellectual capacity, motivation, character and

who

made to

is

racial, religious

attraa

c.

Two

d.

This requirement should include

graphic backgrounds. The admission requirements and procedures are designed to assist the college to select a freshman class from

those applicants

who

of the science courses

must include laboratory work.

and geo-

tory

one year of United States

his-

and government.

can benefit from the educational opportunities

at Bridgewater State College.

Students are encouraged to elect additional years of foreign

e.

language study. Bridgewater State College does not discriminate on the basis of

race,

sex, sexual orientation, color, religion, age, or national or ethnic origin. In addition,

no othenwise

handicapped applicant

qualified

Students should choose from additional college preparatory

f

courses

shall,

in English,

mathematics, computer science, foreign

language, natural and physical science, visual and performing

be excluded from admission.

solely by reason of handicap,

arts

FRESHMAN ADMISSION

and humanities.

Students are encouraged to elea courses that are consistent with

g.

REQUIREMENTS

their personal, educational

and career

goals. These courses

include, but are certainly not limited to, such offerings as

science, business, communications, psychology

and

may

computer

sociology.

Appucation Form Each candidate should submit the Bridgewater State College application.

The form, aside from collecting biographical data, allows

Students graduating from vocational-technical high schools substitute vocational-technical vocabulary course

the candidate to provide additional information concerning their

foreign language requirement even

academic and

offered

extracurricular interests.

to apply online at the college's Web

accepts the

Common Application

The college prefers students

site,

www.bridgew.edu, but also

in their

be used to

high schools.

fulfill

the

two

Two

may

work for the

foreign language courses are

if

vocational-technical courses

may

required electives.

as well as other electronically

formatted applications.

Standardized Test Scores Candidates

High School Record Candidates must request an

for

admission to the freshman class must submit the

results of the Scholastic Aptitude Test

official transcript

of their second-

(SAT Reasoning Test) or the

American College Test (ACT). Candidates should have

official

score

Program or

ary school record be sent dirertly to the Office of Admissions. The

reports forwarded directly from the Educational Testing

strength of the applicant's curriculum, grades, weighted grade point

the American College Testing Program during the academic year

average and class rank as well as the

which application

level of

competition

in

the

is

made to the

in

college.

applicant's high school are taken into consideration.

For evaluation according to the provisions of Chapter 344, students

The secondary program should include the following college prepa-

with learning

ratory subjects:

their

are expected to submit verification from

disabilities

guidance

office. In

most

cases, a copy of the student's current

Individualized Educational Plan (lEP)

4

English (a)

Mathematics Science

specific

demic advising and

3 units

(b)

Foreign Language

(

(e)

(f)

Related Courses (g)

special services

English

must be college preparatory courses

literature,

for aca-

students enroll.

Chapter 344, Section 19 of the 1 983 Acts and Resolves of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts states that: "No resident of

2 units 2 units

the

2 units

4

commonwealth who has been diagnosed as being develop-

mentally disabled, including but not limited units

other specific language in

composition and

which include the development of reading, writing

and comprehension

t>e

disabilities,

Mathematics must be college preparatory courses

in

such

subjects as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, elementary func-

to,

having dyslexia or

by any evaluation procedure B,

or equivalent testing, shall

required to take any standardized college entrance aptitude

admittance to any public institution of higher educacommonwealth. Admission shall tie determined by

test to gain

tion in the

skills.

all b.

the appropriate verifying

when

prescribed by chapter seventy-one a.

is

documentation may be required

3 units

(c)

History/Social Science

Eleaive Units

document. More

units

other relevant factors excluding standardized achievement

testing.


Undergraduate Admissions

each college or university attended. Transfer applicants graduated from high school three or more years

who

Candidates

earned

planned entrance date are exempt from the standard-

prior to their

ficial

less

who

have

than 24 transferable credits must also submit to an

high school transcript and standardized testing

of-

results.

ized testing requirement.

It is

Freshman Admission Review Freshman admission to Bridgewater State College

is

selective.

The

admission standards that require candidates to earn a "B" average

average

below

falls

this

mentioned above. Students whose

requirement can also meet the standard by

the use of a sliding scale that begins with compensating SAT scores

above 920, or an ACT composite score above

19.

No

be admitted whose high school grade point average

student can

their

Web site, www.mass.edu. Admission

profile as

compared to the pool of

applicants. Generally,

present a

minimum cumulative grade

in

who will

contribute

a variety of ways, other factors are considered

admission decision. These include demonstrated leadership, pation

in extracurricular activities,

motivation, maturity

and

in

the

partici-

special

aptitudes and talents. Letters of recommendation and any additional

supporting information a candidate wishes to submit are

welcomed

and encouraged.

extenuating circumstances and

given to applicants out of high school for

three years or more, students from educationally disadvantaged en-

vironments, working adults, and candidates

who exhibit

exceptional

Interviews are not required. Students are encouraged to attend

many group

Viewbook

or

one

information sessions offered throughout the year.

and a telephone reservation number are

Dates, times

on the college Web

site,

available in the

www.bridgew.edu.

standardized testing requirements for admission, notification

date and deferred enrollment ies

may be obtained from

may be found

in

the Viewbook. Cop-

the Office of Admissions

Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater,

on a 4.0

for exceptional high

be handled on an individual

minimum

eligibility require-

completed at other accredited

minimum grade

- Gates

of C-

is

work

institutions of higher education.

A

required for credit transfer Courses that

direct equivalent at Bridgewater State College

may be counted

as

fulfilling elective

requirements

riculum. Transfer students are required to

fulfill

the

in

the cur-

same degree

requirements as any other student; however, any student

who

has completed the general education requirements of one of the other Massachusetts State Colleges

will

not be subject to

additional general education requirements at Bridgewater State

One

69 hours

major and minor

at Bridgewater State College. Students

from an accredited two-year

transferring

to

half of the required courses in

must be completed

of transfer credit

institution are limited

toward the degree. Students

transferring from an accredited four-year institution are limited

90 hours

Grades

of transfer credit

for courses

toward the degree.

taken at an institution other than BSC are

not used to compute a student's grade point average. Only courses acutally taken at BSC are used to calculate a student's

BSC grade point average.

Additional information concerning admission procedures, application fees,

good

degree program.

specific

to

potential.

of the

will

Please note that these are

College.

is

in

school performance, evidence of maturity and motivation, or other

fields

Special consideration

point average of 2.5

may be granted

scale. Special consideration

do not have a

to the college

be

Transfer credit toward the degree will be granted for course

more

than 7,000 applications are reviewed for a freshman class of 1,400.

Since Bridgewater State College seeks students

will

have earned a

decisions at

Bridgewater are based upon the strength of the candidate's aca-

demic

will

ments and do not guarantee admission to the college or to a

"C". Detailed information about the BHE admission standards can

be found on

attended and

Students transferring less than 24 semester hours of credit must

basis.

below

falls

last institution

cumulative grade point average of 2.2 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Massachusetts Board of Higher Education has established minimum

for the required high school units

expected that candidates for transfer admission

standing at the

House,

MA 0232S.

Joint Admission

Program

Bridgewater State College participates with the Massachusetts

Community

Colleges,

Dean

College,

and Quincy College

State College for transfers from participating institutions

are enrolled

in

who

pre-approved programs of study, providing the

associate degree

TRANSFER ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

in Joint

Admission. This program guarantees admission to Bridgewater

is

completed. Joint Admission students must

maintain a cumulative grade point average at the two-year college of 2.5 or better to be eligible.

Transfers indicate their desire to participate in Joint Admission

Bridgewater State College welcomes applications from qualified transfer students.

by contacting either the Admissions Office or Transfer Office at

To qualify for transfer admission, a student must their

have earned applicant

is

1

2 semester hours of transferable credit; othenwise the

community

sion can be filed

considered under freshman admission requirements. institution.

A

college.

written application for Joint Admis-

upon enrollment

One semester

at the two-year participating

prior to their

planned enrollment at

Bridgewater State College, Joint Admission students must Transfer applicants will be evaluated

college

work and must request an

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

on the

basis of their previous

official transcript

at

an Intent to

Enroll

form

in lieu

file

of a regular Bridgewater State

to be sent from

vwm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

21


Undergraduate Admissions BRIPGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

College application. This form

available from the Transfer

is

Counselor at the participating colleges or the Office of Admis-

included

when

the community college certifies that a student

qualifies

under

this

compact.

sions at Bridgewater State College. To complete the review process, an official transcript of

all

college

work completed

to

III.

Credits

Beyond the Associate's Degree

date at any prior institution(s) and the community college must

To complete the baccalaureate degree, a student

be requested by the applicant. BSC's Joint Admission deadlines

under

are

November

for spring

1

and March

1

for

who transfers

compact may be required to take no more than 68

this

additional credits unless;

fall.

Commonwealth Transfer Compact

The student changes

a.

program upon entering

his or her

Bridgewater State College, or

For students transferring from Massachusetts

community colleges to Bridgewater State College The combination of additional Core Curriculum Require-

b.

(Effective January, 1990)

ments, I.

Requirements for Transfer Compact Status

A

student shall be eligible for transfer compact status

if

any,

and the requirements of the student's major

more than 68

credits.

he or

Under these circumstances, transfer students

she has met the following requirements:

the

same requirements

will

who began

as students

be subjert to

their under-

graduate education at Bridgewater State College.

Completed an associate's degree with a minimum of 60

a.

if

at the receiving institution total

hours exclusive of developmental course work.

Admission to Competitive Majors or Programs

IV.

Achieved a cumulative grade point average of not

b.

2.0

(in

than

less

is

merely a

minimum grade

because of space or

does not admit

tion

a 4.0 system) at the community college awarding

the degree. This

If

applicants

does

for

who

its

institu-

qualified applicants to a given major or

program, the receiving institution

point average

and by no means guarantees admission.

the receiving

fiscal limitations

all

use the

will

same

criteria for

are transfer students under this compact as

it

native students.

Completed the following minimum Core Curriculum Re-

c.

V.

quirements, exclusive of developmental course work:

A English Composition/Writing

6

credit hours

Behavioral and Social Science

9

credit hours

Humanities and Fine Arts

9 credit hours

Natural or Physical Science

8 credit hours

Mathematics

3 credit hours

Student Appeals who believes that

student

not been applied

Initially,

fairly

the provisions of this compact have

has the right to appeal.

differences of interpretation regarding the

transfer credit shall be resolved

receiving institution.

If

award

of

between the student and the

a difference remains unresolved, the

student shall present his or her evaluation of the situation to

The community college from which the student

is

applying

the institution from which the student

is

tatives

responsible for identifying on the transcript of the candidate that the student has fulfilled the

II.

Credits to

The 35 will

compaa

Absent a

Core Curriculum courses specified

in

section

shall

is

transferring. Represen-

then have the opportunity

to resolve the differences.

specifications.

be Transferred

credits in

from the two institutions

satisfactory resolution, differences of interpretation

may be

presented to the State-Wide Transfer Coordinating Committee. I

be applied toward the fulfillment of the Bridgewater State

Decision and Notification Dates Program

College general education requirements.

Early Action

A minimum credits.

of 25 additional credits will be accepted as transfer

These credits may be transferred as free

electives,

Freshman candidates may apply under the Candidates need to have

fulfilled

Early Action Program.

the standardized testing re-

toward any additional Core Curriculum Requirements, toward

quirements on or before the November test date and

the student's major, or any combination, as Bridgewater State

to have their application complete

College

deems

Office of Admissions by

appropriate.

and

November

transcripts

on

will

need

file in

the

16.

mid-December. The

Only college-level course credits consistent with the recom-

Early Action applicants are notified by

mended standards

lege either 1) offers admission, 2) denies admission, or 3) defers

set forth in the

publication are included under this

Undergraduate Experience

compaa.

Credits

awarded

by the sending institution through CLEP, challenge examinations

and other

life

experience evaluations for course credit

may be

col-

admission and reviews the application again during the regular admissions

cycle.

A

Action Program has

student offered admission under the Early until

respond to the college's

the

offer.

May

1

Candidates Reply Date to


.

Undergraduate Admissions Regular Freshman Admission Freshman applicants

for the

fall

All

completed application by February 15 Candidates meeting

Committee decision no

later

than April

freshman candidates are accepted

of

each

year.

The application deadline

November

1

5.

A

limited

addition to TOEFL,

Admission

number

During the

semester

for the spring

in

exam.

for consideration.

this deadline are notified of the

students applying as freshmen are required,

to submit official results of the SATI Reasoning or ACT Assessment

semester must submit their

for priority consideration

students' is

initial

orientation/registration period, international

TOEFL examination records and academic

be evaluated

for

placement

in 1)

transcripts will

appropriate English as a Second

Language courses offered through the Department of Foreign

1

Languages, and

Transfer Admissions

Department.

Transfer applications should be filed by April

admission or by November

1

for

1

September

for

January admission for

priority

consideration.

file

is

done on

becomes complete.

ber admission begins

in

a rolling basis as

Notification for

Septem-

March.

2) in writing courses offered

exams may be

required. Candidates

should begin the application procedure no less than

nine months

advance of the expeded date of admission.

Placement Policy for ESL Populations Students for

whom

and tested on

English

a second language are evaluated

is

their English proficiency

upon admission

College. Based on transcripts, Accuplacer,

Note: The college reserves the right to close admission at any time.

through the English

addition to the above-mentioned mandatory records,

other institutional placement

in

Notification for transfer candidates

the application

In

as well as pre-college writing samples

to the

TOEFL and SAT

and other

valid

scores,

methods an

of language proficiency assessment, students are placed in

Reinstatement and Readmission

appropriate level of English as a Second Language (ESL) and

who have not registered for courses or who have been academically College and who wish to re-enroll must file

Undergraduate students for

one

or

more semesters,

separated from the

an application for reinstatement/readmission with the Office of Admission.

An

from

official transcript

BSC as

any) since last enrolling at

colleges attended

all

(if

well as a personal statement

writing.

Depending on placement, students

credits in ESL? Students

• reading score of 68 or above on the Accuplacer •

SAT verbal score of 450 or above

GPA

published priority deadlines for transfer students.

be awarded according to established

if

policies.

BSC upon separation

point average achieved at

applicable,

above from a high school

in

the United

TOEFL score of or above 550 (paper-based) or 173 (computer-based)

The grade

will

be resumed

as grades achieved at other institutions are not included calculating a student's

of 3.05 or

States or another English-speaking country

will

in ESL.

criteria:

be submitted with the application while meeting the above

transfer credit,

to 6

complete

Students are exempt from taking ESL courses based on the following

explaining the circumstances of separation/non-enrollment must

Upon readmission/reinstatement,

will

can take 3 additional credits

when

BSC grade point average.

Program for Registered Nurses Provisions have been

made

for

graduates of three-year diploma

schools of nursing to complete programs leading to degrees

in

any

of the academic majors being offered at the college.

Students lege

who have been

academically separated from the Col-

must meet the requirements

of separation outlined by their

appropriate Dean before being considered for readmission.

While encouraging registered nurses to pursue degree work for personal enrichment, the college supports the guidelines of the National

League of Nursing

for the professional

International Admission International students who wish to apply for admission to the

ty to

college should address a letter of inquiry to the Office of Admission

of nursing, that degree

indicating their educational Eligible

candidates

will

background and intended area of

and

credentials. Students for

will

be required to submit an

two

study.

whose

education of nurses. These

career goals include the opportuni-

assume supervisory and/or teaching

at those institutions

responsibilities in the field

programs to be pursued should be taken only

which

degrees

offer

in

nursing education.

be mailed a special international student

admission application packet and asked to submit

of English as a Foreign

guidelines caution nurses

whom

English

official

is

copy of

official transcripts

a second language

results

from the "Test

Language" (TOEFL), unless they have

years experience in an American College or University.

at least

Through

this special

college are granted

Where

admissions program, students accepted to the

60

credit

hours for their school or nursing work.

applicable, these credits

may be used

lum, major or elective requirements.

into the college, registered nurses are

degree requirements as outlined

Documentation of financial support resources

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

is

required.

As with

in

to all

meet core

curricu-

others transferring

expected to meet the same

the "Undergraduate Academic

Policies" sertion of this catalog.

vwm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

23


Undergraduate Admissions New England

Regional Studemt Program

Bridgewater State College participates Student Program. The program

is

Board of Higher Education and

is

in

the

New

England Regional

New England New

administered by the

designed to permit qualified

eamed

Credit

with CLEP examinations

may be

ing Core Curriculum Requirements, major,

The chart

in this

and

applied towards

fulfill-

elective requirements.

seaion provides information about the

specific

CLEP

examinations and equivalent BSC courses.

England residents to study at the in-state tuition rate plus surcharge tuition in certain

Credit by

programs at Bridgewater State College.

the Information about the program can be obtained from the Bridgewater State College

Admissions

CLEP

BSC grade

is

regarded as transfer credit and

point average.

credit.

requirements for financial

Advanced standing with college

who

CLEP

aid,

in

credit

does not

maximum

satisfy residency

student housing, or student medical

insurance purposes.

Advanced Standing students

not reflected

year-school transfer credit and are counted towards the

allowance of transfer

Office.

is

CLEP transcripts are regarded as four-

credit

is

granted to entering

CLEP

credit

may

not be awarded

if

equivalent course

work

is

com-

have demonstrated college-level proficiency through pleted either prior to or later than the equivalent

CLEP examination or

established procedures. if

the CLEP equivalent already appears on a student transcript. CLEP

credit

Advanced Placement Program

may

satisfied

Bridgewater State College participates

in

not be retroactively substituted for requirements waived or

though

prior

academic arrangement.

the Advanced Placement

Program of the College Board, providing academic

credit for stu-

Bridgewater State College follows the American Council of Eduation dents qualified for advanced placement standing. Those interested

(ACE) recommendation that a student achieve a

minimum

score of

should take the College Board Advanced Placement tests and have

50 to earn

credit for

most CLEP examinations. Please note that some

the results submitted to the Office of Admissions for evaluation.

exams

require higher scores to earn

full credit.

Students scoring three, four or five receive placement and credit from the college.

Students

I

may arrange to take CLEP examinations at any of the

national test centers, induding Bridgewater State College. Those

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP)

interested in taking

CLEP examinations

at

BSC should contact the

Bridgewater State College awards academic credits that students

may earn though the

Office of Testing Services in the Academic Achievement Center at

College Level

Exam Program (CLEP)

of the

508.531.1780. College Board.

BSC

Office of testing Services: http://www.bridgew.edu/

TestingSen/ices

College Board Online: http://ww/w.collegeboard.com/dep

Exam Score

BSC Course

BSC Credit

Principles of Accounting (retired 6/30/07)

50

ACFI 240/241

6

Rnancial Accounting (introduced 6/30/07)

50

ACFI 240/241

6

Law

50

ACFI 305

3

Infomiation Systems and Computer Applications

50

3

50

COMP Elective MGMT130 MGMT200

American Literature

50

ENGL 231 and 232

6

Analyzing and Interpreting Literature

50

ENGL

Elective

6

English Composition with Essay

50

ENGL

101 and 102

6

English Composition without Essay

50

Not recommended

Business

Introductory Business

Principles of

Management

Principles of Mariceting

50

3

3

Composition and Literature

24

English Literature

50

ENGL

Freshman College Composition

50

Not recommended

Humanities

50

ENGL221andARTH101

221 and 222

6

6


Undergraduate Admissions BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

1

50

LAFR101 and 102

6

French Language, Level 2

62

LAFR 101/102/151/252

12

French Language, Level

German Language,

Level

German Language,

Level 2

Spanish Language, Level

1

1

Spanish Language, Level 2

50

LAGE101 and 102

6

63

LAGE 101/102/151/252

12

50

LASP101 and 102

6

66

LASP 101/102/151/252

12

50

POLI172

3

50

Free Elective

3

50

HIST 221

3

50

HIST 222

3

50

PSYC224

3

History and Social Sciences

|

American Government Introduction to Educational Psychology History of the United States

Colonization to

1

1:

Early

877

Histoiy of the United States

II: 1

865 to Present

Human Growth and Development Principles of

Microeconomics

50

ECON101

3

Principles of

Macroeconomics

50

ECON102

3

50

PSYC100

3

50

Free Elective

6

Introductory Sociology

50

SOCI102

3

Western

Civilization

1:

50

HIST111

3

Western

Civilization

II: 1

50

HIST 11 2

3

8

Introductory Psychology Social Sciences

and History

Ancient Near East to 1648

648 to Present

Science and Mathematics

Biology

50

BIOL 100/102

Calculus

50

Chemistry

50

College Algebra

50

College Mathematics

50

MATH CHEM MATH MATH

Natural Sciences Precalculus

141

3

131/132

4&3

105

3

100 and 105

6

50

BIOL 102 and Free Elective

8

50

MATH 100

3

dependent on approval of the department

Second Degree Option

Admission

A student who

the student wishes to pursue a major. Certain departments

has earned a bachelor's degree at Bridgewater State

College or at another accredited institution

may be admitted

college to pursue an additional bachelor's degree substantially different

from the

initial

in

a

to the

field of

study

recommend

Admissions

make

application through the Undergraduate

from

all

which

may

that the student pursue a graduate program with

some

Some

majors have specific admission requirements and/or limited space,

degree program.

Office, providing official transcripts

in

prerequisite courses rather than a second bachelor's degree.

which may That student should

is

result in

a student not being accepted into the desired

major.

previous

colleges other than Bridgewater State College. Please note that

For second undergraduate degree graduation requirements, see the

second bachelor degree candidates are subject to transfer admission

"Undergraduate Academic

deadlines of April

1

for

fall

entrance and November

1

Policies" section of this catalog.

for spring

entrance.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


Tuition and Fees BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Application Fees A nonrefundable undergraduate fee of

$25

is

required of

all

fall

May

for

1

semester. Students accepted with on-campus housing must

also submit a $

1

50 residence

hall deposit.

visit

The tuition deposit

is

in

the Registrar's Office.

of

your permanent address changes. Please

if

Room

003, or print the

Address Form found at www.bridgew.edu.

be returned by the due date indicated on the cellation of the student's course schedule. In

we

students with their tuition payments,

nonrefundable.

to notify the

critical

It is

the Registrar's Office, Boyden Hall,

Change

for the

permanent addresses

are sent to students at their

immediately

office

$100 must be

tuition deposit of

commuter students accepted

Bills

as maintained

students applying for admission.

Upon acceptance, an advance submitted by

semester. application and processing

bill

an

Bills

must

to avoid can-

effort to aid

our

have made important

changes regarding your student statement. Due to federal reguAll

new

students

be assessed an orientation fee upon enter-

will

ing the college. For students entering in the

$160

orientation fee will be

for

fall

semester, this

freshmen and $80

for transfers

and readmitted students. For the spring semester, the orientation fee

$80

is

for

the

Web page

.

in

$910 per year

in tuition

required fees. Students residing on

charged between $4,350.00 and $5,900.00 per ing

on the

facility

campus

is

in

the following pages.

b.

Web:

Select the

is

It

should be noted

this

e-mail

link via

your InfoBear

information to your student

this

representative at

and Fees

first initial, last

name

Šbridgew.edu (i.e.,jsmith@bridgew.edu

schedule

Jane Smith);

if

for

you are unsure of your

student representative's name, please

call

year.

the number listed

Evening Course Charges d.

evening courses

in

508.531.1225,

Account Summary/Credit

figures

subject to change. Published tuition and fees are for the

Students enrolled

expiration date:

call our cashiers at

account,

of these costs, please see the Tuition

2007-2008 academic

number and

a.

c.

table

the

are

are subject to change.

breakdown

in

MasterCard, Visa or Discover by providing your credit card

Card Payment all

you return

bill

return envelope provided.

depend-

occupied. Board for resident students

Check or

printed on the portion of the

2.

and

year,

approximately $2,980.00 per year. Please note that

For a

payment

may be made by the following methods: money order payable to Bridgewater

State College mailed to our lock box facility as

Tuition and Fees 2007-2008 Academic Year Daytime Course Charges Full-time undergraduate students who are Massachusetts $4,993.00

at wvw.bridgew.edu/studentaccounts/depts/fis-

cal/stuaccj.htm for the latest information on billing and

1

residents pay approximately

the signed certificates (the remittance portion of your

procedures. Payment

students.

all

lations,

statement) must be received by Bridgewater State College. See

be charged

will

all

fax

above or

Financial aid

visit

the

Web

site

above or 508.531.6163.

this information to

tuition 3.

listed

may be used

to pay your tuition, fees,

and fees associated with the cost to provide the evening room, board, books, as well as programs. Evening tuition

is

charged at $38 per course credit

with no credit hour

maximum. Evening

$208.05 per

hour with no credit hour maximum. Full-time

fees will be charged at a.

credit

Students letter

undergraduate students

who

in tuition

residing on

$5,900.00 per

in

$912

the semester. The

award

amount

to be claimed

required fees. Students

must be indicated on the

are charged between $4,350.00 and

depending on the

year,

received an

claim the award specifically designated for

and $4,993.20

campus

who have

from the Financial Aid Office may

are Massachusetts residents tak-

ing 12 credit hours for evening courses pay approximately

per year

flex points or

dining points on your Connect Card.

facility

bill

and must be

signed and returned by the due date to

occupied. Board avoid cancellation of your course schedule.

for resident students

is

approximately $2,980.00 per year. b.

Students wishing to claim credit for financial assistance from sources other than the

Please note that

all

figures are subject to change. For a break-

Bridgewater State College Financial Aid

down

of these costs, please see the Tuition

and Fees table

in

the Office (outside scholarships, waivers, loans,

following pages.

It

should be noted

this

schedule

is

subject etc.)

to change. Published tuition

academic

and fees are

for the

must do so by indicating the amount

2007-2008 of assistance on the

bill.

Official

year.

tion verifying the assistance

enclosed with the Please see below for special accommodations for evening student

bill,

documenta-

must be

which must be

returned by the due date or your course

transactions with Bridgewater State College.

schedule c.

Billing

and Fee Payment

ing,

Students are billed through the Office of Student Accounts twice annually,

in July

and November,

prior to the start of

each

will

Flex points

be cancelled.

may be used

for laundry,

vend-

bookstore items, and food services at

any location on campus which accepts the


Tuition and Fees

Connect Card. For more information on the

Official Transcript

Connect Card please see www.bridgew.

edu/PSCC/ConnectCard.htm or

$2.00

Charge

$5.00

On-the-Spot

call

Charge (per copy with

2-5 working days to process) Official Transcript

508.531.2897.

Semester Residence Hall and Dining Charges For your convenience there

Boyden

on the

Hall

first

is

a 24 hour drop box located

floor outside the Student

your payments and signed

fice for

Accounts Office

first

each semester Monday through Thursday 8 am

Students

who

lake credits

credit hours for

of

$235 per

in

excess of

degree completion

credit

hour for these

Any

$235 per

credit

hour surcharge.

may

in

from other

Pope and Scott Halls*

$2,175.00

Woodward

$2,175.00

take up to 142 credits

credits) at

142

will

no additional

be subject to the

Shea/Durgin Halls*

$2,216.00

East Hall

(Single)

$2,850.00

(Double)

$2,550.00

(Single)

$3,200.00

(Double)

$2,950.00

Crimson

Tuition

age or

age to the

SGA

in

*Single rooms are $1 50.00

from their total any credits

more per semester

DINING CHARGES Per Semester Rates

Plan

the day and/or 1/2 tuition and 1/2 fees

Base Meals Dining $$$*

A

$1,280.00

$210.00

Cost $1,490.00

waived to any person 60 years of

PlanB

$

950.00

$500.00

$1,450.00

Plane

$

100.00

$200.00

$

or after are

Registrar's Office to be eligible.

*

all

Hill

Student Apartments ONLY.

matriculated undergraduate students

Tuition $25.00

Less than 12 semester hours 2 semester hours or

300.00**

Dining Dollars expire the end of each semester.

**Great

attending classes.

1

$10.00

Activity Fee

The person must pay 1/2 fees and bring proof of

4 pm

charged to

is

$2,475.00

Mandatory Residential

institutions.

(Student Government Association) Fee

This fee

$2,475.00

DiNardo/Miles*

MEAL PLAN

and 1/2 fees

older.

Hall

Student Apartments*

Senior Citizens

for courses

Hall*

determining accumulated

In

credit hours, students should exclude

transferred

until 7 pm.

example, students

credits. For

credits taken in excess of

of

Room

be assessed a surcharge

(118 percent of 120 minimum required charge.

two weeks

18 percent of required

1

will

enrolled in baccalaureate programs

Accounts Of-

addition, the Student

bills. In

open evening hours the

is

in

more

$50.00

In

Management Plan

order to assist students

in

financing their education, the

college has contracted exclusively with Tuition

Management

Sys-

tems. This company's plan offers a low cost, flexible system for financing educational expenses out of current income through

Other Fees

regularly scheduled

$1,251.00

Health Insurance Fee (waivable)

Parking Decal Fee (waivable) 8 credits or less

9

credits or

$50.00

more

$125.00

$15.00

Software Fee Hospitalization/Major Medical coverage for

nine credits or

more

A Student Health

is

all

Insurance brochure can be obtained from

Health Services 508.531.1252.

If

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225

a student

is

or the Office of

covered under

a similar plan and wishes to waive the coverage, he/she must

complete a waiver form which bill

and return

ment

of your

it

bill.

Failure to

do so

payments over a 10-month period. For

Tuition

or refer to the Tuition

Management

Systems, 1.800.722.4867,

Management Systems Web

site

www.

afford.com.

Refund Policy Notification Requirements: All

undergraduate matriculated (degree seeking) students

who

withdraw from school must communicate that withdrawal writing through the

in

Academic Achievement Center

be mailed along with your

to the Office of Health Services prior to pay-

balance due on the student's Full

will

call

students carrying

required by Massachusetts state law.

the Office of Student Accounts 508.531

information

will

leave an outstanding

All

in

bill.

graduate matriculated (degree seeking) students

who

with-

draw from school (program) must communicate that withdrawal writing through the

School of Graduate Studies.

$1,251.00

Year

$735.00

Spring

All

withdrawals from courses must be communicated by the

student

Distance Learning Fee (interactive video

in

writing through the Registrar's Office.

conferencing courses, telecourses, teleweb courses and video courses)

$50.00

Non-attendance at class does not constitute

and

will result in

course charges except

form

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

is

on

official

withdrawal

a failing grade. Students are responsible for

when an

official

all

withdrawal from college

file.

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that Information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

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Tuition and Fees

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

1.

standard and "Non-Standard Date"

4.

Semester Courses Full-Semester Courses. Refunds for Full-Semes-

Policy 1.1. ter

courses

during the drop/add period; 85 percent refund

85 percent refund

in

the second week, during the four

second week, during the four weekdays after the drop/add

weekdays

period has ended; and a 70 percent refund during the

percent refund during the third

third

week

of the semester.

No

refund

will

be awarded

will

as follows: 100 percent refund during the drop/add period;

the

in

Housing. Refunds for housing

Policy 4.1.

be awarded as follows: 100 percent refund

will

Housing, Meal Plan, and Dining and Flex Dollars

be available

drop/add period has ended; and a 70

after the

week

of the semester.

No

refund thereafter.

thereafter.

Seven-Week Quarter Courses

will

-

for

be awarded as follows:

refund during weekdays 4 and 5 of the quarter.

be available

third

refund during the drop/add period.

will

No

will

be

week

Policy 2.2.A.

will

refund

be 100 percent

will

for

percent five or more days (including

no refund

weekend

weekend

for four or

Technology Courses (course

60 days

fee).

percent up to the end of the

first class;

paid

in

of graduation or withdrawal.

the student has an outstanding balance

Policy 4.3. B.

we

apply the flex

will

Flex Dollars (Employees). Flex dollars carry

A

refundable at the end of employment with the College.

days) prior

refund will be issued within

60 days

of the

end of employ-

ment.

The refund

will

is

refund to the cardholder

from year to year and balances greater than $20* are

100

fewer days

Technology courses

If

will issue a

dollars balance to that account.

days) prior to the start of class.

policy for course fees for

*There

be 90

will

be a $20 processing fee deducted from the

balance prior to refund.

no refund there-

Return of Financial Aid Policy

after.

Students 3.

refund thereafter.

Flex Dollars (Students). Flex dollars carry

with the college,

prior to the start of

Technology Courses (deposits). The refund

to the start of class;

Policy 2.2.B.

-

non-

be available thereafter.

policy for deposits for Technology courses will be

(including

No

the student's college account

we

within

Non-Technology Courses. The refund

technology courses

If

full,

Continuing Education

No

in

college.

-

the course.

00 percent

refundable at the time of graduation/withdrawal from the

avail-

Non-Credit Courses Offered Through

Policy 2.1.

of the semester.

Policy 4.3.A.

able thereafter.

2.

1

from year to year and balances greater than $20* are

be a 100 percent

refund

Dining. Refunds for Meal Plan

be awarded as follows:

add period has ended; and a 70 percent refund during the

refund

thereafter.

Odd-Day, Non-Standard Courses

will

the second week, during the four weekdays after the drop/

Odd-Day, Non-Standard Courses. The refund

Policy 1.3. for

No

Dining options

refund during the drop/add period; 85 percent refund

100 percent refund during the drop/add period; 70 percent

will

-

Meal Plan

Policy 4.2.

Seven-Week Quarter Courses. Refunds

Policy 1.2.

Summer Courses Policy 3.1.

5-Week Summer Courses. Refunds

Summer Courses

will

for

5-Week

be awarded as follows: 100 percent

refund during the drop/add period; 70 percent refund during weekdays four and five of the

no refund

who

receive financial aid

college during the semester

summer

session;

financial aid

award.

A

and withdraw from the

may not be

eligible for their entire

revised financial aid

award notice

will

be

mailed to students once awards have been adjusted. Bridge-

water State College must return federal and state grants, loans

and

thereafter.

and scholarships to the federal

or state

government based on

the student's length of enrollment. The student

may

retain only

a pro-rated portion of the federal and state aid awarded based Policy 3.2.

10-Week Summer Courses. Refunds

Week Summer

Courses

will

for 10-

be awarded as follows: 100

percent refund during the drop/add period; 70 percent

on the length of the term and the student's withdrawal

date.

The remainder of the student's financial aid must be returned by BSC to the Department of Education or Commonwealth of

refund during the 3 weekdays after the drop/add period

Massachusetts.

has ended; and no refund thereafter.

aid,

he or she

If

the student received a cash disbursement of

may owe

a repayment to

BSC

or to the federal

government. Policy 3.3.

Odd-Day, Non-Standard Courses. The refund

for these courses will

period;

30

no refund

be 100 percent during the drop/add

thereafter.

The Return of

Title IV

Funds requirement remains

the 60 percent point of the semester. See

Web

in effert until

site for actual


Tuition and Fees

the current semester. After those dates the student

dates

in

retain

all

may

financial aid.

Bridgewater State College uses the Federal Return of Title IV

Funds formula and dates to calculate the amount of scholarship/grant funds a withdrawn student

al

It is

who

very possible that a student

may

institutionretain.

receives financial aid

and withdraws during the Return of Title IV funds period will owe a balance to the BSC Student Accounts Office and may be required to repay funds to the U.S. Department of Education.

All

notify, in writing,

Achievement Center and the Financial Aid

All

who

undergraduate, matriculated (degree seeking) students

withdraw from school must

both the Academic

Office.

graduate, matriculated (degree seeking) students

draw from school (program) must

notify, in writing,

who

with-

both the

School of Graduate Studies and the Financial Aid Office.

Note: Federal, State or Institutional regulations, and/or action by the Board of Higher Education sitate revision to the

may

neces-

above Return of Financial Aid

Policy.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

n

at

vwwv.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.

31


Aid

Financial

The mission of the Financial Aid Office at Bridgewater State College

to assist students

is

education. Our main goal

is

and parents

in

Students must reapply for financial aid funds each year they

to ensure access for

all

who

desire

to pursue higher education.

may be changed due

fered

award packages may consist of a combination of

resources such as grant, scholarship, tuition waiver, work-study

and

loan.

An award package

availability of

is

is

need

is

demonstrated and the student maintains

Academic Progress and Student

based on "need" which

is

The college has

the difference

and the

of this catalog.

The cost of attendance includes

supplies,

expenses such as tuition

dirert

and also incorporates estimated costs

need analysis formula when the Free Application

ing the federal for Federal

Student Aid (FAFSA)

is

The difference between the two

is

the "need" which

is

met by

who

students

fafsa.ed.gov)

year.

way

at:

both the student

for a Personal Identification

Number

(PIN),

is

no need to reapply

for

a PIN each year.

tion that

awards federal

who

prefer,

the paper version of the FAFSA

office, or local college.

may

office,

Processing a paper version of the FAFSA

file early,

and to

file

on

line

priority consideration for financial aid funds,

l^t

of the

award

year. This

is

students,

one does not necessarily have to be a fall

under the auspices of

The

maximum

degree

is

1

time frame for completing an undergraduate

to attempt

1

20

credits, a

student would be allowed

no more than 180 credits before completing the

is

equal to

degree within

the

six years.

this

who have

full

time students,

not completed their

parameter would be deemed

ineligible for

a receipt date, not a

Since a student has

program

the "submit" button at the end of the applica-

from your computer. Applicants should

of their confirmation

Students

financial aid.

when you

tion process

financial aid

this regulation.

50 percent of the published length of the program.

postmark date. Elearonic applications are considered received click

negatively

Bridgewater State College's institutional financial aid programs

requirements for their degree. Generally, for

government must receive the student's completed FAFSA

by March

will all

adhere to the same standards. Since standards are applied to

this

federal

toward the calculation, and

withdrawals, failures, and incomplete grades

For programs that are

whenever

possible.

To obtain

institu-

be making progress toward

may be

high school guidance

take up to four weeks. The financial aid office strongly

encourages families to

financial aid

time. All attempted credits count

applicant to For those

a federal policy that

the completion of their degree within a reasonable period of

all

obtained from the financial aid

is

impact a student's progress. The state of Massachusetts and

electronically.

vww.pin.ed.gov. The PIN permits a family to sign and

access the FAFSA year after year; there

Satisfactory Academic Progress and Student Financial Aid

The quantitative portion requires students attending an

Web (www.

to apply. The entire

when

which allows the family to sign the application Apply

the Financial Aid Office at 508.531.1341 for details.

ress.

FAFSA on the

process can be completed elearonically

and the parent apply

programs see

financial aid

measures two components: quantitative and qualitative prog-

desire consideration for financial aid funds

the easiest and fastest

is

and description of

Satisfaaory Academic Progress (SAP)

COST OF AHENDANCE - FAMILY CONTRIBUTION = FINANCIAL NEED

must complete the FAFSA each

list

www.bridgew.edu/financialaid/FinAidPrograms.cfm or contact

completed and processed.

financial aid funds.

All

who

the refund section

available for study abroad.

is

complete

For a

determined by us-

is

Financial aid

institution. Please refer to

books

for

room and board, transportation and personal

expenses. The expected family contribution

guidelines regarding refunds of tuition

strict

Contribution (EFC).

and

Financial Aid.

distribution of financial aid funds for students

withdraw from the

fees,

satis-

factory academic progress. Please see the section of Satisfactory

between the cost of attendance (COA) and the Experted Family

and

of aid of-

and program

always dependent on the

funds from the state and federal government.

Awarding of funds

to funding availability

guidelines, an applicant will continue to be eligible as long as financial

Financial aid

amount and type

attend the College. Although the

financing their

page when applying on

print a

copy

to

1

complete

75 percent of

all

50 percent of the published length of a their degree,

credits

one must complete

at least

attempted to maintain compliance

with the satisfactory progress standards. Courses that do not

line.

carry credit, but are successfully completed, are not considered

Applications are accepted after the March

awards

will

be

made on

1^' priority

date, but

a funds-available basis. Applications for

the spring semester are accepted on a rolling basis.

punitive under the calculation. Progress

and the

entire

academic record

is

academic year. Repeating classes

is

measured over

time,

reviewed at the end of each for

which a passing grade has

already been earned will negatively impact a student's progress since

no additional

credits are earned, but additional credits are


Financial

attempted. Students

who do

Aid

not meet the college's standards

are notified of the loss of financial aid eligibility prior to the start of the next semester. bility,

When

a student

is

notified of their ineligi-

they are also given the opportunity to appeal,

writing,

in

based on mitigating circumstances. Summer classes are included as attempted and/or completed credits

year (unless a special condition

financial aid

no further appeal

policy,

can be reinstated. However,

if

is

and

required,

the quantitative stan-

dard has not been met, the student must present an additional appeal to the satisfactory progress committee.

the following academic

in

imposed by the Satisfartory

is

student has met the quantitative component of the Satisfactory

Academic Progress

Academic Standards:

Progress Committee).

Separation

Credit

To remain policy, a

Hours

Academic

Probation

Below

Attempted

Warning

CPA

This CPA

compliance with the satisfactory academic progress

in

completion rate of 75 percent

required. Simply stated.

is

0-16

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.00

To determine the num-

17-31

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.50

ber of credits required to maintain satisfactory progress, multiply

32-46

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.65

47-61

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.75

62-89

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.85

a student must complete at least 75 percent of credits at the

the total

end of each academic

number

year.

all

attempted

of attempted credits by 75 percent.

Tlie following chart

provides an example:

Required to

Total of

Eligibility

can be regained

ineligible

may

find

in

two ways: a student who

Student

Attempted

Complete

Example

Credits

(75 percent)

#1

30

23

Progress Committee. Students

#2

20

15

deadline that

#3

65

49

on-time status

#4

9

7

and regain

to take classes, or a student

may

is

eligibility

on

their

own

over time,

their

ferred deadline of

who

FAFSA was

March

1

submit their appeal by the

in their letter will retain their

and

received by the published pre-

other required documents,

all

any, are submitted to the financial aid office in a timely

appeals are reviewed by the Satisfactory Progress Committee,

All

whose

representatives are from the Registrar's Office, Academic

Achievement Center, and the Financial Aid the committee are will

have

final.

A student whose

their financial aid eligibility reinstated

must be

ary basis. These students pleting is

Office. Decisions by

appeal

all

attempted credits

reestablished, in

some

until

is

on a probation-

especially diligent in

eligibility for

com-

may be

is

which a student must earn

who transfers 60

credits

will

will

be reviewed throughout the academic

This policy

may be

be awarded

year.

subject to changes or updates. The policy on

web page supersedes the

in

affea the

policy in this catalog.

year.

off

located

in

employment both

campus through the Student Employment Center Boyden

Hall. Services of

the center are open to

all

status.

example, a student

their

on and

in

toward an undergraduate degree would

presumably have to earn 60 more credits to complete

Work Study Program, Bridgewater

Bridgewater State College students regardless of financial aid

maximum timeframe

their degree. For

addition to the Federal

State College provides opportunities for

BSC comple-

performed at the end of each academic will

approved,

Student Employment

attempted credits to regain

Transfer credits are not evaluated toward the

However, transfer credits

Appeals

the financial aid

the next semester.

tion rate that

if

on a funds-available basis regardless of the FAFSA receipt date.

compliance with the policy

cases, a student's eligibility

all

Appeals received after the deadline,

if

manner.

approved

regained for only one semester, with the stipulation that the student successfully complete

deemed

instead decide to appeal to the Satisfactory

communicated

if

is

an alternative funding source, continue

Alumni Scholarships The Bridgewater Alumni Association provides scholarships to

BSC Bridgewater undergraduate students. These individual scholar-

degree. Using the federal

1

50 percent

rule,

the student would be

allowed to attempt only 90 more credits before losing financial

ships are provided by separate trust funds, each specifying the particular criteria to be utilized in seleaing a recipient for that

aid eligibility.

award. Application forms are available during February each

The qualitative component of the ress as

it

relates to the student's

Satisfactory policy for

year and policy deals with prog-

the

BSC

Web

site at

Grade Point Average (GPA).

academic progress standards adhere to the College's

academic standards. (See chart below). Students

who

are academically separated from the college are not eligible for financial aid funds, unless they successfully appeal to the appro-

priate

may be accessed on

www.bridgew.edu.

academic dean and are subsequently reinstated.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

If

such a

Graduate Assistantships A

limited

number

of graduate assistantships are offered by the

Graduate School, subject to the

availability of funds, in areas

associated with certain programs of the college. For details

wvvw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


Aid

Financial

regarding graduate assistantships, see the "School of Graduate

If

Studies" section of the catalog.

want more

Other Scholarships

617-353-6316

you are interested

in

Boston University,

ies,

joining the Air Force

ROTC program

or just

information, contact the Department of Aerospace Stud-

or

1

18 Bay State Road Boston,

MA 0221 5 at

4705.

order to give recognition and prestige to student achievement

In

on campus, many academic departments,

Classes are held at Boston University. You can also

and campus

clubs,

detachment website

organizations sponsor scholarships and monetary awards to

deserving Bridgewater State College students.

may be found

in

A

the Bridgewater State College

complete

obtained at

in

may be

BSC Web

the Office of Student Affairs, or on the

visit

the

www.bu.edu/af-rotc.

listing

Handbook and

further information regarding application procedures

at:

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Air Force Reserve Officer Training

site

www.bridgew.edu.

tional

and

Corps (ROTC)

is

an educa-

and leadership program designed to provide young men

women

the opportunity to

become

Air Force officers while

completing a bachelor's or master's degree. The Air Force

ROTC

Veterans' Affairs

program prepares students to assume challenging positions of

The Veterans' Affairs Office provides general information on

responsibility

and importance

the Air Force.

in

Veterans Educational Assistance programs, educational guidance, and other related assistance. The office

and

for maintaining veterans' benefit records

necessary documentation for

initial

is

also responsible

Through a cross-enrolled program with Boston ested Bridegwater State College students

for submitting

enrollment and continuing

Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Program. Requirements

classes,

students

who may be eligible for educational benefits include who are enrolled in day or evening classes, either full-

er part-time in undergraduate, graduate

and some

programs and are veterans of World War

and post-Vietnam tional

eras;

men and women

II,

in

and physical

fitness training.

commitments range from

their degree, the Air Force offers a

from which to choose including

certificate

navigator, or

Korean, Vietnam

the Reserves or Na-

weapons

for students of

Mandatory weekly time

Once students complete

5 to 7 hours.

wide

flying,

controller.

variety of career fields

opportunities as a

pilot,

The Air Force has opportunities

ANY MAJOR.

Guard; husbands, wives, widows, widowers and children

of veterans

whose death

or

permanent and

In

total disabilities

dependents of servicemen missing

more than 90

in

action or prisoners of

addition to the tremendous leadership and

management

training that cadets receive, they can also benefit from several

were service-conneaed; service-connected disabled veterans,

for

University, inter-

participate in the

include yearly Aerospace Studies classes. Leadership Laboratory

eligibility benefits.

Students

may

war

scholarship programs.

days. If

For information concerning the Veterans' Educational Assistance

programs, the National Guard and selective reserve programs or the state tuition waiver program, please contact the Veterans'

you are interested

want more ies,

in

joining the Air Force

ROTC program

or just

information, contact the Department of Aerospace Stud-

Boston University,

617-353-6316

or

1 1

8 Bay State Road, Boston,

MA 022

1

5 at

4705.

Affairs Office, Financial Aid Office, Tillinghast Hall, or call or visit

between the hours of 8:30 am and 5

Friday.

pm,

Monday through

Telephone 508.531.1341.

ROTC Programs High school seniors can apply for four- and three-year scholarships plus fees. The scholarships range includes full-tuition,

$1 5,000/year

a

and $9,000/year. Scholarship winners also receive

$250-$400 stipend per month,

a

$600 book allowance and

uniforms. Applications for scholarships are due by

December

1

of senior year.

Freshmen and sophomores already for 2-, 3-,

in

college can

compete

and 3.5-year scholarships, some of which cover

tuition, others

cover $

1

5,000 per academic

full

year. All scholarship

winners receive a $250-$400 stipend per month, a $600 book allowance and uniforms.

34

Classes are held at Boston University. You can also

detachment website

at:

www.bu.edu/af-rotc.

visit

the


Undergraduate Academic Programs BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

about the

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

for information

The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs pre-

courses required

in

evening sections of

availability of

a specific major, concentration and/or minor.

pare students for fields of endeavor related to the following areas of study

and

for

Bachelor of Science

graduate school. Some of the degree programs

prepare students for secondary, middle school or PreK-12 specialist teaching

if

secondary education

is

in

Education

candidates for Massachusetts Educator Licensure are advised

All

to check with their individual education departments or the

selected as a minor.

School of Education and Allied Studies regarding proposed

Accounting and Finance

regulations changes which

Anthropology

sure program.

may have an impact on

their licen-

Art undergraduate and graduate students seeking licensure must

Athletic Training

All

Aviation Science

consult the section of this catalog entitled "School of Education

Biology

and

Chemistry

institutional deadlines.

Allied Studies" for important licensure information including

Chemistry-Geology The Bachelor of Science

Communication Studies

Education

in

is

offered

in

the following

areas:

Computer Science Criminal Justice

Childhood Education Elementary Education Special Education

Early

Earth Sciences

Economics English

cases where students with double or dual majors are eligible

In

Geography

BS and/or BSE degree, the student

for a BA,

Health Education

major department

History

will

make the

will select

which

decision regarding the degree

to be awarded.

Management Mathematics

Students should be aware that not

Music evening. Students

who

all

courses are offered

are only able to enroll

in

in

the

classes 4:00 pm

Philosophy or after should consult the appropriate department chairperson

Physical Education

for information

Physics Political

in

Students must meet

a

maximum

of

36

a department. The

The decision as to whether to award the degree of Bachelor of Arts or the degree of Bachelor of Science shall be consistent

with the Standards

in

the student

s

major

field

A minimum

to

36

BS and/or BSE degree, the student

make the

will select

which

decision regarding the degree

awarded.

of

30

credits

and

major may be required by

credits reflect

all

courses taken

in

Core Curriculum Requirements. At least one half of in

the major

field

(excluding cognate require-

ments) must be successfully completed at

cases where students with double or dual majors are eligible

will

30

the required courses

2.0

major department

listings.

credits within the

the major department, including those that are listed under the distribution of

as determined by

the major department.

for a BA,

requirements of the major as specified

all

under the departmental

Spanish

to be

evening sections of

Major

Work

Sociology

In

availability of

a specific major, concentration and/or minor.

Science

Psychology Social

about the

courses required

GPA

cludes

in

all

the major

is

this college.

A minimum GPA in-

required for graduation. The major

courses completed

requirements). The minor

in

GPA

the major field (excluding cognate

includes

all

courses required for

completion of the minor, regardless of the department

in

which

the courses are offered. Students should selea a major by the end of the

sophomore

year.

Students are advised to consult with their department chairper-

son or major adviser early

in their

academic

than the end of the sophomore year,

in

career, but

no

later

Double Major

order to be certain that In

course selection

will

allow graduation with the desired degree. all

order to graduate with a double major, students must meet

requirements of both majors. Completion of the double

major Students should be aware that not evening. Students

who

all

courses are offered

in

will

are only able to enroll in classes 4:00 pm

Students

or after should consult the appropriate

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

be reflected on the finalized transcript.

the

who

wish to be elementary, early childhood or special

department chairperson

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

35


Undergraduate Academic Programs education teachers are required to select a major

in

elementary,

English

and a major

in

the

English Education (High School, Middle School)

early childhood or special education

liberal

Writing

arts or sciences.

History

Concentration A

concentration

is

Military History

a unified set of courses usually

composed

of

Management

core requirements and of those additional course requirements particular to the

of core

and

chosen area of concentration. The

particular requirements

more than 36

credit hours.

must be

total

at least

number

24 but not

General Management (Human Resources, Operations) Energy and Environmental Resources Management Global

Cognate courses (required courses

Management

Information Systems

outside the major department) are not counted as part of the

Management

Marketing

36

hours. Only students selecting the major field of study

may

complete a concentration within that major. The concentration noted on the transcript. Concentrations are available

in:

Transportation is

Music Music Education

Accounting and Finance Accounting

Philosophy

Finance

Applied Ethics

Anttiropology Cultural Anthropology General Anthropology

Physical Education

Public Archaeology

Motor Development Therapy/Adapted

Coaching Exercise Science/Health Fitness

Physical

Education

Art

Recreation

Art Education Art History

Recreation

Teacher Licensure

in Physical

Education (PreK-8)

Crafts

Teacher Licensure

in Physical

Education (5- 12)

and Fitness Club Administration

Fine Arts ^'

Graphic Design

Physics General Physics

Photography

Professional Physics

Aviation Science Aviation

Management

Flight Training

Political Science American Politics

International Affairs

Biology

Legal Studies

Biomedical/Molecular Biology

Public Administration

Environmental Biology General Biology

Psychology

Chemistry

Industrial

Biochemistry

Medical and Health Psychology

Child Psychology

and Organizational Psychology

Environmental Chemistry Professional Chemistry

Sociology

Communication Studies

Education

Communication Studies Dance Education

Global Studies

Theater Arts

Special Education

Theater Education

Communication Disorders

City,

Early Childhood Education Early Education

and

Care, PreK-K

Minor A

Earth Sciences General Environmental Geosciences Geology

Community and Region

minor

field of

is

a unified set of courses chosen outside of the major

study requiring not less than 18 nor more than 21 hours.

The minor

is

recorded on the student's transcript. Minors

include courses from only one department or plinary.

Students

may use

may be

may

interdisci-

courses that satisfy Core Curriculum

Requirements or departmental requirements to

fulfill

inter-


Undergraduate Academic Programs

disciplinary

At

least

minor requirements unless otherwise prohibited.

one

half of the courses required for the

minor must

be successfully completed through Bridgewater State College. Students must achieve a

minimum

declared minors. The minor

GPA

2.0 cumulative average

includes

all

in

courses required for

completion of the minor regardless of the department

in

which

the courses are offered. Specific requirements for a minor are

found under the departmental descriptions.

Public Relations

Recreation

and East European

Russian

Studies

Secondary Education (High School, Middle School, PreK- 12 Specialist)* Social Welfare

Sociology

Spanish Special Education

Minors are offered

in:

Theater Arts

Accounting and Finance

Urban Affairs

Actuarial Science

Women's and Gender Studies

American Studies Anthropology

*Students

Art

who

wish to become middle school, secondary teach-

ers or PreK- 12 specialists elect a

minor

Art History

and a major from one of the major

Asian Studies

requires

Aviation Science

licensure standards.

more than 21 hours

in

secondary education

in

fields offered. This

minor

order to satisfy Massachusetts

Biochemistry candidates for Massachusetts Educator Licensure are advised

Biology

All

Biotechnology

to check with their individual education departments or the

Canadian Studies

School of Education and Allied Studies regarding proposed

Civic

may have an impact on

regulations changes which

Chemistry Education and Community Leadership

their licen-

sure program.

Coaching All

Communication Disorders

undergraduate and graduate students seeking licensure

must consult the seaion of

Communication Studies

and

cation

this catalog entitled

"School of Edu-

Allied Studies" for important information including

Computer Science institutional deadlines.

Criminal Justice

Dance

Core Curriculum Requirements

Earth Sciences

Bridgewater State College's Core Curriculum was developed to

Economics

serve as the educational foundation that

English

College students

Environmental Biology

study.

will build

all

on to complete

Bridgewater State

their

program of

The Core Curriculum features a skills-centered, outcomes-

Ethnic Studies

based distribution model of general education that allows

Exercise Physiology

students a wide choice of courses and the

Forensic Psychology

the requirements of their major with the broader,

Geography

tion that

is

Geophysics

Students

who

Health Promotion

significant

Health Resources

complete the BSC Core Curriculum

integrate

liberal

required of responsible citizens of the 2

educa-

century.

1

will learn

a

body of factual knowledge as well as understand the

intellectual foundations, conceptual

Management

flexibility to

frameworks, and method-

ologies of the major academic disciplines.

History

Irish-American Studies Latin

American and Caribbean Studies

Management

The BSC Core Curriculum

is

composed of four main

areas: 1.

Mathematics

Skill

Requirements: All students are required

to

demon-

strate proficiency in the skill areas of writing, logical reason-

Music

ing,

mathematical reasoning, and spoken communication.

Philosophy Physics Political

2.

Science

Core Distribution Requirements: about the

arts,

All

students

will learn

humanities, the natural and social and

Portuguese

behavioral sciences, global culture, multiculturalism, applica-

Psychology

tion of quantitative skills

Public History

Constitutions.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

and the

U.S.

and Massachusetts

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

37


Undergraduate Academic Programs 3.

Seminars: The

First

features of the

BSC Core Curriculum. These

will

discussion-oriented course. The intensive course designed to level learning.

tions

First

and

will

in

Year Seminar

engage the student

The Second Year Seminar

is

a small,

a writing

is

in

college-

either speaking

engage students

in

the connec-

between classroom learning and the world.

Requirements

4.

topic courses

allow students to explore an area of interest

or writing intensive

Fine and Performing Arts (CFPA)

and Second Year Seminars are key

in

the major: To connect the Core

Curriculum with each major, students writing intensive course

in their

demonstrate information in their

will

major and

literacy

wo courses from below:

ARTH

101 Introduction to Art

ARTH 102

Introduction toArchiteaure

ARTH 201 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture ARTH 203 American Art and Architeaure ARTH 205 Asian Art Survey: India, China and Japan ARTH 207 Introduaion to African Art ARTH 214 Art

'

complete one will

Selea

be able to

and technology proficiency

History Study Tour

ARTH

2

1

5

ARTH

2

1

7 African American Art

ARTH 218

Themes

in

the Visual Arts

History of Photography

ARTH 219 MesoamericanArt and Architecture

major.

ARTH 308 Women in the Visual Arts ARTH 311 Orientalism

Core Skills Requirements

ARTS 104

ENGL 101 Writing (CWRl)* ENGL 02 Writing (CWR2)*

Introduction to Digital Imaging

I

1

ARTS 125 Drawing

II

and 4-D Design

I

ARTS 130Two-Dimensional Design Foundations of Logical Reasoning (CLOR)*

ARTS 140Three-Dimensional Design

Seled one course:

ARTS 204 Time-Based Art

MATH 180 Transition PHIL

1 1 1

to

MUSC 120 Class Guitar (Classical Guitar) MUSC 130VoiceClassl MUSC 140 Class Piano MUSC 160 Music: A Listening Approach MUSC 62 Music in African Culture MUSC 63 Music of the Non-Western World MUSC 165 Introdurtion to Women Composers MUSC 166 Survey of American Jazz MUSC 168 American Popular Music MUSC 70 Music Fundamentals MUSC 240 Class Piano

Advanced Mathematics

I

Foundations of Logical Reasoning

I

Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning (CMAR)** one course:

Select

1

MATH 100 Precalculus Mathematics MATH 105 Selected Topics in Mathematics MATH 107 Principles of Mathematics MATH 108 Principles of Mathematics MATH 10 Elementary Statistics MATH 120 Introduction to Linear Algebra MATH 130 Discrete Mathematics MATH 141 Elements of Calculus MATH 142 Elements of Calculus MATH 144 Applied Calculus for Business MATH 151 Calculus MATH 152 Calculus

1

I

II

1

j

J J

1

I

II

PHED/THEA 146 Dance Appreciation

I

PHED/THEA 260 World Dance THEA lOTheater Appreciation THEA 115 Play Production THEA 1 20 Introduction to Aaing THEA/PHED 146 Dance Appreciation THEA 222 Asian Theater THEA 226 Children's Theater THEA 236 The American Musical Theater THEA/PHED 250 World Dance

I

1

II

I

II

Spoken Communication (CSPK)** Select

one course:

COMM COMM

130 Human Communication

250

THEA 210

Skills

Public Speaking

Humanities (CHUM)

Oral Interpretation

Select three courses from below:

ENGL

Core Distribution Requirements***

21

1

Literary Classics of Western Civilization to

ENGL 2 4 The Classical Tradition ENGL 221 Major British Writers to 1800 ENGL 222 Major British Writers since 800 ENGL 231 Major American Writers to 1865 ENGL 232 Major American Writers since 1865 ENGL 233 Introduction to the African American ENGL 241 Shakespeare ENGL 251 Literary Themes ENGL 252 Literary Types

1600

1

These courses course

may be

will

not satisfy the Core

Skills

Requirements.

A

applied to a Core Distribution Requirement and

1

one or more of the Additional requirements must be met.

*

Must be taken ** Must be taken

in

l^'year

in 2"''

year

*** May be taken anytime

38

Distribution Requirements. Ail

Novel

J


Undergraduate Academic Programs

ENGL 253 Non-Western Literature ENGL 254 Literature for Elementary Education Majors ENGL 255 East Asian Literature in Translation ENGL 261 Film Study: Introduction to the Art

PHIL 301 Plato and Aristotle

ENGL 262 Film Study: Literature and ENGL 324 Language in Context

PHIL 322 Philosophy of

1 1 1

HIST

1 1

2

Philosophy

in

Law

Western

Civilization to the

Western

Civilization since the

PHIL 328 Philosophy of Religion

I

PHIL 330 Amoralism, Egoism, and Altruism

II

51 Intermediate English as a Second

HIST

PHIL 320Topics

PHIL 325 Philosophy of Art

ENSL 101 English as a Second Language

1

PHIL 305 American Philosophy

Film

ENSL 102 English as a Second Language ENSL

PHIL 303 Major Modern Philosophers

Language

PHIL 334 Free Will, Determinism, and Responsibility PHIL 402 Knowledge and Truth

Reformation

PHIL 403 Ethics and Action

Reformation

PHIL 404 Mind and Language WMST/INTD 240 Critical Perspectives

HIST 131 World History to 1500 HIST 132World History since 1500 HIST 151 Asian Civilization

Women's and Gender

in

Studies

HIST 161 History and Culture of Mexico HIST 22 1 United States History and Constitutions to

1

Natural Sciences (CNSL; CNSN)

865

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions since 1865

INTD/WMST 240

Critical Perspectives in

Women's and Gender

two courses from below (one must be

Select

Laboratory Sciences

a laboratory science):

(CNSL):

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

Studies

LACH 101 Elementary Chinese

I

LACH 102 Elementary Chinese

II

LACV 101 Elementary Cape Verdean LAFR 101 Elementary French

II

LAGE 101 Elementary German

1

BIOL

1 1

7 The Biological Environment

BIOL 121 General Biology

Creole

I

LAFR 102 Elementary French

02 Introduction to Zoology

BIOL

EASC 100

Physical

PHYS 100

Physics

I

Geology

in

the Natural World

PHYS 107 Exploring the Universe

I

PHYS 181 Elements

of Physics

I

LAIT 101 Elementary Italian

I

PHYS 182 Elements

of Physics

II

LAIT 102 Elementary Italian

II

PHYS 183 Aviation

Physics

PHYS 243 General

Physics

I

PHYS 244 General

Physics

II

LAGE 102 Elementary German

II

LAJA 101 Elementary Japanese

I

LAJA 102 Elementary Japanese

II

LAJA 151 Intermediate Japanese

Non-Laboratory Sciences (CNSN): BIOL 1 1 Biology: A Human Approach

LANG 300 Languages of the World LANG 350 international Women's Cinema LAPO 101 Elementary Portuguese LAPO 102 Elementary Portuguese LAPO 151

BIOL 119The Botanical World BIOL

Intermediate Portuguese

LARU 101 Elementary Russian

I

PHYS 102 Modern

II

Latin

America Short Story

PHIL 203 Happiness and the Meaning of

Life

in

Social Select

PHIL 207 Philosophy of Education

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

PHIL 210 Liberation Ethics PHIL 21 2 Philosophies of India PHIL 21 3 Philosophies of China and Japan PHIL 21 5 Environmental Ethics PHIL 2 1 6 Values and Technology PHIL 229 Explaining the Paranormal PHIL 232 Philosophy of Feminist Thought

Human

Rights and

Human

PHIL 248 Buddha, Socrates, Jesus

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

Liberties

its

Social

Uses

Translation

PHIL 205 Medical Ethics

PHIL 235

Physics for the Humanist

PHYS 180 Energy and

LASP 151 Intermediate Spanish LASP 230 Contemporary

History of the Earth

GEOG 122 The Physical World GEOG 130 Environmental Geography

Intermediate Russian

LASP102 Elementary Spanish

28 The Biology of Human Sexuality

EASC 194 Environmental Geology

II

LASP 101 Elementary Spanish

1

EASC 102

I

LARU 102 Elementary Russian LARU 151

BIOL 115 Microbial World and You

I

II

and Behavioral Sciences (CSOC) two courses from below: 100 Introduction to

Cultural Anthropology

101 Biological Anthropology

103 Introduction to Archaeology

110 Introduaion to Folklore 1 1 1

1 1

Myth and Culture

5 Anthropology of Race, Class

120

First

and Gender

Nations: Global Indigenous People

130 Introduction to Primates

204 Global Human

Issues

206 Native Cultures

of North

America

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39


Undergraduate Academic Programs ANTH 208 Anthropology of Women ANTH 209 Peoples and Cultures of Africa ANTH 213 Latin American Peoples and Cultures ANTH 21 5 The Caribbean ANTH 216 Peoples and Cultures of the Near East ANTH 224 Anthropology of South Asia ANTH 305 Culture Change ANTH 307 Anthropology of Religion ANTH 308 Anthropology of Education ANTH 309 Anthropology of Art ANTH 314 Women in Myth and Lore ANTH 315 Ethnic Experience in America ANTH 319 Contemporary Native Americans ANTH 322 War, Peace and Culture ANTH 328 Archaeology of North America ANTH 330 Medical Anthropology ANTH 331 Political Anthropology ANTH 340 Myths and Peoples of the Ancient Near East ANTH 355 Anthropological Study Tour ANTH 404 Seminar: Culture and Consciousness ANTH 405 Forensic Anthropology ANTH 417 She/He: Two Spirits: Gender Cross-Culturally ANTH 426 New England Ethnic and Regional Communities ANTH 435 Global Feminism

COMM

365 Introduaion

to Intercultural

Communication

Additional Distribution Requirements*** Core

Skills

courses

be

not satisfy these requirements, but

Core Distribution Requirement areas may also

listed here.

Writing Intensive (CWRT) Selea two course^ from below. Note:

First

Year and writing intensive Second Year Seminars

ANTH 110 Introduaion to Folklore Myth and Culture ANTH ANTH215The Caribbean ANTH 305 Culture Change ANTH 307 Anthropology of Religion ANTH 330 Medical Anthropology ANTH 340 Myths and Peoples of the Ancient Near East ANTH 404 Seminar: Culture and Consciousness ANTH 426 New England Ethnic and Regional Communities 1 1 1

ARTH 214

Art History Study Tour

ENGL 211

Literary Classics

ENGL 214The

ENGL 221 Major

British Writers to

ENGL 222 Major

British Writers since

Civilization to

ENGL 232 Major American Writers

ENGL 253 Non-Western

1800 1800

since

ENGL 241 Shakespeare ENGL 251 Literary Themes ENGL 252 Literary Types

^

Literature

POLI 275 Comparative Government POLI 277 American Government: State and Local

HIST 161 History and Culture of Mexico

POLI 279 Introduaion to Public Administration

INTD/WMST 240

POLI 274 Western

POLI 285

Political

Law and the

Thought: Plato to the Present

Judicial Process

POLI 350 Research Methods

in Political

1865

to the African American Novel

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

POLI 260 International Relations

254

Literature for Elementary Education Majors

255

East Asian Literature inTranslation

261 Film Study: Introduaion to the Art

262

Film Study: Literature

Critical

and Film

Perspeaives

in

Women's and Gender

Studies

Science

PHIL 21 2 Philosophies of India

PSYC 100 Introduaory Psychology

PHIL 2 1 3 Philosophies of China and Japan

PSYC 200 Non-Western Theories

PHIL 248 Buddha, Socrates, Jesus

PSYC 230

of Personality

Cross-Cultural Psychology

SOC1 102 Introduaion to Sociology SOCI 103

Social

SOC1 104 Global

Social

PHIL 301 Plato and Aristotle PHIL 303 Major Modern Philosophers PHIL 305 American Philosophy

Problems

Problems

PHIL 320Topics

in

Philosophy

Law

SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality and Society

PHIL 322 Philosophy of

SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Societies

PHIL 325 Philosophy of Art

SOCI 2 1 7 East Asian

Societies:

China and Japan

PHIL 328 Philosophy of Religion

SOCI 2 1 8 Chinese Society and Culture

PHIL 330 Amoralism, Egoism, and Altruism

SOCI 219 Population and Society

PHIL 334 Freewill, Determinism, and Responsibility

SOCI 220

Third

PHIL 402 Knowledge and Truth

SOCI 338

Game Theory and the Law

World Societies

SOCI 360 Feminist Theory

in

SOCI 391 Seminar:

Data Analysis

Social

Sociology

PHIL 403 Ethics and Aaion PHIL 404 Mind and Language POLI 274 Western POLI 285

*** May be taken anytime

1600

ENGL 231 Major American Writers to 1865

INTO 200 Introduction to Canadian Studies 72 Introduaion to American Government

ofWestern

Classical Tradition

ENGL 233 Introduaion

1

may also

be used.

ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics GEOG 151 Human Geography GEOG 171 Geography of the Global South POLI

40

may

courses

listed in

Law and

Political

Thought: Plato to the Present

the Judicial Process

SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality and Society


Undergraduate Academic Programs SOCI 219 Population and Society

ARTH 218

SOCI 360 Feminist Theory

ARTH 219 Mesoamerican Art and Architecture ARTH 311 Orientalism

in

Sociology

THEA 236 The American Musical Theater WMST/INTD 240 Critical Perspeaives in Women's and Gender

History of Photography

COMM 462

Patterns of International

Communication

Speaking Intensive (CSPi) or Additional Writing Intensive (CWRT)

ENGL 211 Literary Classics ofWestern Civilization ENGL 214The Classical Tradition ENGL 253 Non-Western Literature ENGL 255 East Asian Literature in Translation

Selea one Speaking

ENSL 101 English as a Second Language

Studies

Intersive course (CSPI):

to

1600

I

ANTH

2 1 6 Peoples and Cultures of the Near East

ENSL 102 English as

ARTH

2 1 8 History of Photography

ENSL 151 Intermediate English as a Second Language

ARTH 311

Orientalism

GEOG GEOG

or

an additional Writing Intensive Course (CWRT) Note:

and Second Year Seminars may be used.

First

151

a

Second Language

II

Human Geography

171 Geography of the Global South

HIST

1 1 1

HIST

1 1

2

Western

Civilization to the

Western

Civilization since the

Reformation Reformation

HIST 131 World History to 1500

Writing Intensive Select

one course

requirements

seaion of

in

for

listed in

the Major (CWRM) each major as described

HIST 132 World History since 1500 in

the major(s)

the appropriate academic department

this catalog.

HIST 151 Asian Civilization HIST 161 History and Culture of Mexico

INTO 200 Introduction to Canadian Studies

EACH 101 Elementary Chinese Global Culture (CGCL) Select

I

EACH 102 Elementary Chinese

two courses from below.

ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 110 Introduction to Folklore ANTH 1 1 Myth and Culture ANTH 120 First Nations: Global Indigenous People ANTH 204 Global Human Issues ANTH 206 Native Cultures of North America ANTH 208 Anthropology of Women ANTH 209 Peoples and Cultures of Africa ANTH 213 Latin American Peoples and Cultures ANTH 21 5 The Caribbean ANTH 2 6 Peoples and Cultures of the Near East ANTH 224 Anthropology of South Asia ANTH 305 Culture Change ANTH 307 Anthropology of Religion ANTH 308 Anthropology of Education ANTH 309 Anthropology of Art ANTH 314 Women in Myth and Lore ANTH 319 Contemporary Native Americans ANTH 322 War, Peace and Culture ANTH 328 Archaeology of North America i ANTH 330 Medical Anthropology ANTH 331 Political Anthropology ANTH 340 Myths and Peoples of the Ancient Near East ANTH 404 Seminar: Culture and Consciousness ANTH 417 She/He:Two Spirits: Gender Cross-Culturally ANTH 435 Global Feminism 1

1

ARTH 101

Introduction to Art

ARTH 102

Introduction to Architecture

II

LACV 101 Elementary Cape Verdean Creole LAFR 101 Elementary French

I

LAFR102 Elementary French LAGE 101 Elementary German LAGE 1 02 Elementary German II

LAIT 101 Elementary Italian

I

LAIT 102 Elementary Italian

II

I

II

LAJA 101 Elementary Japanese

I

LAJA 102 Elementary Japanese

II

LAJA 151 Intermediate Japanese

LANG 300 Languages of the World LAPO 101 Elementary Portuguese LAPO 102 Elementary Portuguese LAPO 151 Intermediate Portuguese I

II

LARU 101 Elementary Russian LARU 102 Elementary Russian LARU 151

I

II

Intermediate Russian

LASP 101 Elementary Spanish LASP 102 Elementary Spanish

I

II

LASP 151 Intermediate Spanish LASP 230 Contemporary in

Latin

American Short Story

Translation

MUSC 62 MUSC 163 1

Music

in

African Culture

Music

in

the Non-Western World

PHED/THEA 260 World Dance PHIL 212 Pholosophies of India PHIL 2 1 3 Philosophies of China and Japan PHIL 248 Buddha, Socrates, Jesus PHIL 301 Plato and Aristotle

ARTH 201 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

PHIL 303 Major Modern Philosophers

ARTH 205 Asian Art Survey: India, China and Japan ARTH 207 Introdurtion to African Art

PSYC 200 Non-Western Theories

ARTH 214 Art

POLI 275 Comparative Government of Personality

PSYC 230 Cross-Cultural Psychology

History Study Tour

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.


Und ergrad uate Acad emic Programs BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

SOC1 104 Global

Social

PHIL 212 Philosophies of India

Problems

SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Societies SOCI 2 1 7 East Asian

Societies:

PHIL 232 Philosophy of Feminist Thought POLI 275 Comparative Government

China and Japan

SOCI 218 Chinese Society and Culture

PSYC 200 Non-Western Theories

SOCI 220 Third World Societies

PSYC 230

THEA 222 Asian Theater

SOC1 102 Introduaion to Sociology

THEA/PHED 260 World Dance

SOC1 103

Social

SOC1 104 Global Multiculturalism (CMCL) Select

Social

1

SOCI 2 1 7 East Asian

SOCI 360 Feminist Theory

SPED 203

THEA 222 Asian Theater WMST/INTD 240 Critical

Application of Quantitative Select

2 1 4 Art History Study Tour 2

1

7 African

ARTH

2

1

8 History of Photography

365

1

50 Personal Finance

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting ACFI 340 Intermediate Accounting ACFI 341 Intermediate Accounting

1

7

HIST

1 1 1

HIST

1 1

2

1

American Art

II

I

II

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

Physics in the Natural World Physics for the Humanist

PHYS 180 Energy and

Introduction to Intercultural

Geography

I

PHYS 107 Exploring the Universe

Communication

ENGL 233 Introduction to the African American ENGL 255 East Asian Literature in Translation ENGL 324 Language in Context GEOG 151 Human Geography

GEOG

(CQUR)

Reasoning course may be taken (CMAR): ACF1

PHYS 102 Modern

ARTH 308 Women in the Visual Arts ARTH 311 Orientalism

COMM

SIcills

Novel

of the Global South

Western

Civilization to the

Western

Civilization since the

its

Social Uses

PHYS 181 Elements

of Physics

I

PHYS 182 Elements

of Physics

II

PHYS 183 Aviation

Physics

PHYS 243 General

Physics

PHYS 244 General Physics

I

II

POLI 350 Research Methods

SOCI 338

Game Theory and

SOCI 391 Seminar:

in Political

the

Science

Law

Social Data Analysis

Reformation Reformation

United States and Massachusetts Constitutions (CUSC)

one course from below:

HIST 131 World History to 1500

Selert

HIST 132 World History since 1500

ACFI 305 Business Law

HIST 151 Asian Civilization

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to 1865

INDT/WMST 240

Critical Perspectives in

Women's and Gender

International

Women's Cinema

LASP 230 Contemporary in

Latin

American Short Story

Translation

MUSC 166

POL1 172 Introduction to American Government POLI 277 American Government: State and Local

Studies

LANG 350

I

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions since 1865

HIST 161 History and Culture of Mexico

Survey of American Jazz

PHIL 210 Liberation Ethics

POLI 279 Introduction to Public Administration

POLI 285

Law and the

Judicial Process

;

Women's and Gender

one course from below, or a second Mathematical

PHYS 100

ARTH ARTH

Perspectives in

and Schools

Studies

BIOL 297 Biometry

Introduction to African Art

Sociology

in

Cultural Diversity Issues in Society

ARTH 205 Asian Art:

China and Japan

China and Japan

Societies:

SOCI 220 Third World Societies

ARTH 203 American Art and Architecture

ARTH 207

Problems

SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Societies

one course from below.

1 1

42

Problems

SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality and Society

ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 5 Anthropology of Race, Class and Gender ANTH 204 Global Human Issues ANTH 206 Native Cultures of North America ANTH 208 Anthropology of Women ANTH 209 Peoples and Cultures of Africa ANTH 213 Latin American Peoples and Cultures ANTH 21 5 The Caribbean ANTH 216 Peoples and Cultures of the Near East ANTH 308 Anthropology of Education ANTH 3 5 Ethnic Experience in America ANTH 319 Contemporary Native Americans ANTH 322 War, Peace and Culture ANTH 330 Medical Anthropology ANTH 331 Political Anthropology ANTH 41 7 She/He: Two Spirits: Gender Cross-Culturally ANTH 426 New England Ethnic and Regional Communities ANTH 435 Global Feminism India,

of Personality

Cross-Cultural Psychology


Seminars Each seminar may also

and an Additional

fulfill

a Core Distribution Requirement

Distribution Requirement.

Internship, Practicum, and Field Experience A number of departments within the college offer students the opportunity to enroll

ence

XXXX 199

First

Year Seminar (CFYS)

for

usually

XXXX 298 Second Year Seminar (Speaking

academic

an internship, practicum or

in

credit.

or fourth year, the

in their third

field experi-

Such experiences provide students,

supervised practical experience

chance to undertake a of study. Normally,

in their field

Intensive) field

(CSYS)

experience opportunities are available only during the

fall

and spring semesters.

or

XXXX 299 Second Year Seminar (Writing

Intensive)

Students interested

(CSYS)

1)

2"<^

any student with 24-53 earned credit hours to be a

field

experience have the option of

own

program proposals, subject to the approval of the department.

year student and

1

such a

available through the department, or 2) developing their

Bridgewater State College considers any student with

fewer than 24 credit hours to be a

in

consulting with their faculty adviser for details on programs

If

the

field

experience desired

is

proposed by the student,

the student's responsibility to locate a faculty

year student.

it is

member who

will

provide the necessary supervision. Please note: •

Only certain BSC courses have been approved for use

Application and Selection

in

Application forms for a field experience are available from the

the Core Curriculum. Please see http://www.bridgew.

edu/corecurriculum for a complete

and

for the

list

of

approved courses

most up to date information regarding the Core

is

Curriculum. •

who

Students

entered BSC

time students to BSC •

who

Students

the

in

an

fall

2006

BSC

prior to

who transfer more than 23

the CFYS

(First

fall

first

Curriculum.

credits will

to

be undertaken no

is

must be

which the

than the end of the in

which the

filed

field

with

experience

first

quarter of

field

experience

to be undertaken.

2006 may BSC

will

have

who trans-

have the CSYS (Second Year

Seminar) waived. However, transfer students

later

in

the semester prior to the semester

The department credits to

Year Seminar) waived. Students

more than 53

fulfill

or later as

earlier catalog.

Students

fer

of

MUST follow the new Core

matriculated at

petition to follow

student's department. The completed form

the chairperson of the department

will

still

need to

the Writing Intensive and Speaking Intensive require-

will

screen

all

applications

in

order to select

students best suited for the positions available. The chairperson will

forward the application forms to the dean of the appropri-

ate school for approval. The completed form must be received

by the registrar's office prior to the end of the drop/add period to enroll the student.

ments. •

Appeals

will

be heard by the Associate Dean of Arts and

Transfer students

outcomes

Applicants to internships must have completed at least 54 credits with a

Sciences.

for a

who

believe that they have

met the

Core Curriculum

Substitution form to the Office of the

Dean

of Arts

and

Supervision, evaluation

the program.

and grading of a

The college permits students to pursue their interests through directed study. Such an undertaking involves independent

work and faculty

along with the guidance

creativity

member. The end

or projea accepted by the faculty

student. Directed Study, which

is

result

is

with the

limited to three credits with a

and

is

primarily

available for the pursuit of independent

work. Application forms for directed study are available from the student's major department and should be submitted to the

department chairperson

student

in

for his/her

at

is

the

may be removed from it is

the program

in

if,

in

the best interests

agency and/or college. Grades are based on

writ-

ten evaluations from both the faculty supervisor and the agency supervisor.

Credit

From 3 to

1

5 credits

in field

experience

may be earned and

applied toward graduation requirements. The

which may apply toward the major each department.

A minimum

of

45

will

number

of credits

be determined by

clock hours in the field

is

required for each credit hour granted.

recommendation and then

forwarded to the appropriate school dean

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

of the student,

experience

field

the department offering

should be a paper

member working

of six credits for graduation purposes

for upperclassmen,

A

member

the judgement of the faculty supervisor,

DiREaED Study

maximum

may

Supervision and Grading

responsibility of a faculty

Sciences.

and help of a

2.5 cumulative GPA. Departments

BSC Core requirement by taking a course

at another college should submit a

thinking, hard

minimum

set higher standards.

for approval.

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

43


2

Undergraduate Academic Programs Compensation

Honors courses: Honors may not be compensated except

Normally, students

amounts to cover such expenses as

minimal

for

i

courses are specially-designed

sections of regular 100-200 level courses.

Most

fulfill

Core Cur-

riculum credit and thereby impose no additional requirements for

travel.

graduation. These courses offer small class size (usually capped at

Honors Program The Honors Program gifted

1

at Bridgewater State College

and highly motivated students to reach

encourages

their highest

and research.

potential through critical thinking, scholarship

Small classes and close student-faculty relations provide for the

vigorous and thorough exchange of ideas, a

intellectual,

and

offered

in art, biology,

The program does not require students to complete additional 1

20

credit hours necessary for gradua-

honors

described below,

credits, as

pleting honors their junior

work

in certain

and senior

honors thesis

in their

years,

sophomore

300 and 400

com-

years, by

and by researching and writing an

meet once

their

work

in

direc-

the program.

students receive honors credit on their transcripts, and those

worth serious

the program receive an honors degree

and the advantage for

both for the

effort

it

colloquia carry

one academic

50 minutes, and culminate

in

a

which provides the major part of the

Minimum enrollment in each colloquium is two and^he maximum is 12. Although most colloquia stand on their own,

some

are attached to regularly offered courses which form part

in

a

wide range of topics not usually found

Whether

in

at this level.

honors classes or colloquia, students are expected

in

intrinsic satisfaction

-a it

goal

brings

provides at a time of strong competition

In

GPA

falls

between 3.3 and 2.7 may remain

the program for a further semester after which they

dropped

honors work completed with a grade of B (3.0) or higher,

who complete

for

grade.

falls

all

week

scientific project

Students whose

For

a

to maintain a cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) of 3.3.

senior year.

once a semester to discuss

mathematiG,

and psychology.

level courses during

Honors students are required to meet with either of the tors

and often an emphasis on

Honors courses have recently been

of the student's normal program. Colloquia offer intense study

by taking honors sections of regular courses and/or honors colloquia during their freshman and

material,

chemistry, English, history,

Honors colloquia: Honors paper or

coursework beyond the

oral presentation.

philosophy, political science

credit,

and academic achievement.

tion; instead, students earn

more challenging

writing

the program as

v\/hile

whole attempts to create an atmosphere fostering

artistic

5 students), more active discussion, greater student and faculty

interartion,

if

the deficiency

below 2.7

either case,

will

is

not corrected; students

will

be

whose GPA

be dropped from the program at that time.

whenever the GPA returns

to 3.3, students

may

reenter the program. Although the honors directors have discretion to retain students in the

program

who do

not meet these

requirements, by the time of graduation students must have attained a cumulative

GPA

of 3.3.

graduate and career opportunities.

Junior and Senior Years Students

Commonwealth Honors Students can participate

by undertaking

in

the Honors Program

of the requirements listed

all

monwealth Honors or by undertaking

in

two ways:

below

for

two

years.

Honors program

Departmental Honors.

runs throughout a student's undergradu-

ate career, whereas Departmental Honors takes place only student's last

Commonwealth Honors

in

the

if

freshman

if

the student's major does not offer Depart-

individually designed interdisciplinary honors

Committee or the Honors Center).

The following departments offer Departmental Honors:

work

Accounting and Finance

year.

Aviation Science

Freshman and Sophomore Years wealth Honors) total of

1

(for

Common-

Commonwealth Honors must accumulate

2 credits of

honors

level

work

at the

100-200

preferably, but not necessarily, during their first credit at this level

three-credit

can be earned

honors courses

in

two

level

years.

two ways; by taking

four

totaling

Both honors courses and colloquia are described

Course Schedule issued

Honors

or by taking a mix of three-credit

honors courses and one-credit honors colloquia credits.

a

shortly before registration.

1

in

Health

Studies

Biology

Management

Chemistry

Philosophy

Communication Studies

Physics

English

Political

Foreign Languages

Psychology

Science

Work

History

Social

Mathematics and

Theater and Dance

Computer Science the

Movement Arts,

Promotion and Leisure

Art

Students seeking

program (both of

which require an application, either to the Departmental Honors

he or she transferred to Bridgewater

State College or developed an interest in pursuing honors after the

or,

mental Honors, by undertaking, through the Honors Center, an

includes the re-

quirements for Departmental Honors; a student might undertake only Departmental Honors

1

at least 3.3 are eligible to continue by entering a Departmental

Com-

the requirements listed

only under "Junior and Senior Years" for

Commonwealth Honors

who have completed the 2 credits of honors work who have attained a cumulative GPA of

described above and


bSc

Undergraduate Academic Programs

BRIDGBWATER STATE COLLEGE

Honors work at research ary.

this level

emphasizes independent study and

the major, or combination of majors

in

if

interdisciplin-

Students are required to take nine credits of honors work

at the

300-400

level

and can do so by combining Honors

A

Contracts and the Honors Thesis.

Bridgewater State College offers a variety of academic scholarships ranging from presidential

and Tsongas

scholarships, ad-

ministered by the Office of Admissions, to the

student can earn honors

an upper-division course by submitting an Honors Con-

credit in

Scholarships

scholarships described on the Student Affairs

bridgew.edu/student

Of particular

affairs.

more

Web

specialized

site

www.

interest to students in

traa, in which the student and instructor devise an advanced

the Honors Program

project within the course that emphasizes independent research

graduate Research which offers generous financial support for

on a

students' research. Full details concerning this program are

particular subject.

advanced

project,

The student then completes a special

under the

instructor's direction, in conjunction

is

the Adrian Tinsley Program for Under-

available in the Honors Center.

with the course. As a senior, the student researches and writes

an honors thesis (earning three

one

basis; this

"XXXX485 Honors member on a one-on-

credits for

Thesis") under the dirertion of a faculty

can be done for either one or two semesters

(we encourage two semesters, but students should discuss

will

this

thesis qualifies the student to graduate with honors

be determined by the Departmental Honors Committee

where appropriate, by the student's mittee. For

many

Interdisciplinary

students the honors thesis

point of the undergraduate experience in its

own

right,

or professional

is

and valuable as a preparation

and meeting place

refrigerator

graduate school

employment.

the Academic Achievement Center on

for students in the

and a lending

Students

library.

credit

1

about Fulbright, Goldwater and other national scholarships;

research conferences in which honors students are encouraged

open from 9 am to 5 pm on Monday

is

400

Honors Program Dinner 00

1

200

or

level in three-

credits

in

obtained by undertaking honors contracts (three for

honors contracts and the

filled out,

returned to the Honors Center during the

first

once each year the program hosts a dinner

an informal

talk by

for students

an off-campus speaker of

signed, and

two weeks

and in

and

note.

activist

Howard

Zinn;

Thomas

Payzant, superintendent of schools

Boston; Jack Beatty of the Atlantic Monthly; and Jeff Jacoby of

The Boston Globe. The honors program also hosts

honors thesis can be picked up from the Honors Center or your department office and should be

least

Recent speakers have included Congressman Barney Frank; historian

honors course work at the 300 or

each semester). Forms

At

faculty featuring

honors classes and one-credit honors colloquia;

level

year.

Commonwealth Honors may be sum-

2 honors credits at the

• Nine credit hours

copies

students; informa-

and announcements of national and regional undergraduate

to participate. The center

marized as follows:

• At least

will also find

BSC honors

through Friday during the academic Credit requirements for

honors program, the

tables, comfortable chairs, computers, a

of past honors theses written by tion

exciting

in

work

center has large

the intellectual high

for

the program have access throughout the year to

the ground floor of Maxwell Library. Designed as a study area

or,

Honors Com-

- fascinating and

in

the Honors Center

with their Departmental Honors Committee and thesis adviser).

Whether the

Honors Center Students

of

movie

aaivities such as

suggested by students

nights, theater excursions,

in

extracurricular

and other events

the program.

the semester); •

A

work

public presentation of the thesis

at

some campus

Honor

Societies

forum, such as a department event or the Undergraduate

Several departments invite academically talented students to

Research Symposium held each

join nationally

April.

recognized honor societies. For information on

the following, contact the department chairperson.

Students

who

complete the program

Commonwealth Honors" entered on

will

have the phrase "with

Alpha

Mu Alpha

Eta Sigma

their transcripts.

Kappa Delta

Lambda

Departmental Honors Students wishing to undertake only upper-division Honors work

can apply to their major department to do departmental honors

around the end of the sophomore or beginning of the junior year,

and should complete those requirements

listed

above

under "Junior and Senior Years." For specific requirements and expectations, please consult your Departmental Honors

Com-

mittee or request a copy of the Departmental Honors Programs

brochure from the Honors Center.

Pi

(Marketing)

Gamma, Pi

Delta

Pi

Chapter (Health)

(Education)

Eta (Communication Studies)

Omicron Delta Epsilon (Economics) Phi Alpha, Beta Chi Chapter (Social Phi

Alpha Theta

Pi

Kappa Delta

Pi

Mu

Pi

Sigma Alpha,

Psi

Work)

(History)

(Forensics)

Epsilon (Mathematics) Pi

Upsilon Chapter

(Political

Science)

Chi (Psychology)

Sigma

Gamma

Epsilon, Zeta lota

Chapter (Earth

Science and Geography)

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

45


Undergraduate Academic Programs BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Interdisciplinary

Programs

The college offers a number of interdisciplinary programs, providing majors, minors and preprofessional programs. See the section on "interdisciplinary

and Preprofessional Programs".


Undergraduate Academic

Policies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AND CLASSROOM CONDUCT

the case for review. The instructor shall inform the student that

may be taken

further action for

academic

affairs, in

vice president for

will

faculty, administra-

and student governing boards. The college reserves the

to require students to withdraw

who do

who do

â&#x20AC;˘

is

campus

outlines

policies

at

not resolved, the student or instructor

choose to have one,

shall

an advisory capacity, should either

in

shall

meet with the panel

to discuss the

conduct

its

investigations usually within

5 days fol-

1

lowing notification and shall follow the requirements of due

www.

process. Based

bridgew.edu/Handbook/index.htm.

the panel

upon the allegations

may recommend

or evidence received,

further sanctions, or

and

sanctions, or a reduction in sanctions,

in

Academic Integrity

account any previous infractions only after

it

no change take into

will

concludes

Institutions of higher education are dedicated to the pursuit of

academic honesty

tance. Faculty, students ity

is

include suspension or expulsion.

of fundamental impor-

and administrators

all

have a responsibil-

Requests by students for hearings by the academic review panel

to value, demonstrate and safeguard academic integrity as will

one of the

college's

most

essential institutional values.

be considered on the basis of inappropriate sanrtions, viola-

tion of

due process, procedural

the outcome, or

The college has an obligation to establish and promote standards of academic

integrity,

community has the

responsibility to understand, support,

lowed, teaching and learning can proceed

at the time of the

in

and fol-

are

in

and

an environment of

such standards are violated, teaching and learning

doubt and suspicion. Therefore, the best

college

error that negatively

imparted

evidence that was not reasonably available

meeting with the

The academic review panel

tee,

When

new

instrurtor.

and each member of the college

praaice them. When standards of academic integrity are

trust.

community require that cases

interests of the

of alleged

academic

dis-

honesty be addressed seriously but equitably.

student

members

three faculty

will consist of

of the

academic

policies

appointed annually by the chairperson of that committee;

three

members must be

present, including at least

members, to constitute a quorum.

In

two

students; plagiarism and cheating are not

course

in

which the violation took

may

president for academic affairs will serve

is

expected of

in

a non-voting capacity

condoned and are

a bearing on the sanrtions imposed by the panel.

before the academic review panel

place.

A violation may

Any

decision of the academic review panel shall be forwarded

shall

inform both the student and the instrurtor of the deci-

not limited to, plagiarism, sion in writing by

cheating,

and dishonest

practices.

confidential.

writing to the associate vice president for academic affairs,

who is

may have

evidence

result in

in

includes, but

is

All

result in a failure for the

a reduced grade, suspension, or dismissal from the college.

Academic misconduct

faculty

addition, the associate vice

violations by students. Multiple offenses by a student

subject to academic penalty, which

members

commit-

as advisor to the panel and will maintain a record of reported

At Bridgewater State College, academic honesty all

its

may

investigation of the present case. Further sanrtions

truth. In this pursuit,

may

alleged violation of college policy. The academic review panel

inconsistent with

and may be viewed

is

representative serving

right to dismiss,

not meet the requirements

and order or whose behavior

the matter

If

review panel, and the student and instrurtor, each with a

the standards of the college. The Bridgewater State College

Handbook

cases of repeat

request a hearing within five school days before the academic

right

not maintain acceptable

academic standing. The college also reserves the with due process, students of conduct

affairs will refer

accept and abide by the standards of

conduct and scholarship established by the tion

academic

offenses to the academic review panel.

Students are admitted to Bridgewater State College with the expectation that they

by the associate vice president

cases of repeat offenses. The associate

hand

delivery or by return-receipt-requested,

The procedure for implementaddressee-only mail.

ing

an academic penalty

for

academic misconduct

is

as follows;

An appeal by

either party shall

be made to the vice president for

â&#x20AC;˘ The instructor shall notify the student of the alleged violation,

academic

and they

shall discuss the

affairs.

matter usually within seven days

of the notice of the alleged infraaion.The instructor and/or

the student

may

request that the department

chair, or

other

Classroom Conduct Policy

party from the College, be present at this meeting. The instructor shall notify the

department chair and the associate vice

president for academic affairs of the nature of the alleged violation, the

and the

outcome

penalty,

assignment or

in

of the meeting held with the student,

which may include a reduced grade on an the course, including

reports the case to the

failure.

The instructor

academic review panel, and

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

may refer

Because

all

students and faculty at Bridgewater State College

are entitled to a positive and construrtive teaching and learning

environment, Bridgewater State College students are prohibited

from engaging

in

behavior or artivity that causes the disruption

of teaching, learning, research, or other academic artivities nec-

essary for the fulfillment of the College mission.

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.


ndergraduate Academic Policies

disruptive behavior occurs,

If

whether

member has the

remove the student from the classroom

to

potentially disruptive behavior to,

may

ACADEMIC STANDARDS

the classroom or

in

another academic environment, a faculty

setting.

right

Examples of

include, but are not limited

using derogatory, vulgar, and insulting language directed at

an individual or group, unsolicited talking class,

using or activating

classroom while class

cell

is in

in class,

sleeping

in

session, and/or failing to

a student exhibits disruptive behavior, the faculty

ask the student to stop the behavior. ply

If

will indicate

to be able to return to class.

member's

instructions

GPA must remain above

the probation level as indicated below:

comply with

EARNED

If

will

member may

be asked to leave

the expected appropriate

condua

the student agrees to the faculty

and returns to

ACADEMIC WARNING

PROBATION

SEPARATION

GPA

BELOW THIS GPA

0-16

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.00

17-31

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.50

32-46

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.65

47-61

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

1.75

62-89

2.0-2.19

Below 2.0

CREDIT HOURS

the student does not com-

with the professor's request, he or she

and the professor

order for a matriculated or nonmatriculated student to avoid

phones, arriving at or leaving the

the legitimate request of a College faculty member.

If

In

separation from Bridgewater State College, his/her cumulative

90 and above

1.85

must maintain

2.00

class but subsequently

2.00 or better continues to engage

in

disruptive behavior during future class

member will forward

sessions, the faculty

written documentation

of the student's behavior to the respeaive department chairper-

who will meet with

son,

the student to review the matter and

determine an appropriate course of action. While the courses of

ing,

redudion

in

order for a

semester transfer student to avoid separation

first

or above. After the

first

GPA must

remain at

1

.5

semester, a transfer student follows the

table above.

may

action will vary, they

In

from the college, his/her cumulative

include referral to advising or counsel-

grade, or withdrawal from the course.

Academic Probation If

the student does not comply with the course of action and

continues to engage

in

disruptive behavior, the student

may

be withdrawn from the course after a review conduaed by the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs. This artion

have implications

may

for the student's full-time status, financial aid,

Students on academic probation are limited to 13 semester

hours during the semester they are on probation. tion,

academic probation may involve

1)

student's academic load, 2) frequent interviews

student and adviser for the analysis of

addi-

In

an adjustment

in

the

between the

difficulties

and

for check-

ing the student's progress, 3) a stipulation that certain courses

health insurance, and resident status.

be taken to improve the student's academic performance, 4) Students

who exhibit behavior that immediately endangers or

seriously disrupts the establishment or priate learning

environment

in

maintenance of an appro-

should

If,

Campus

Police at

1

2

mental tions

Academic

2.

1

cases involving an individual with a

In all

for

at any time, faculty or students feel threatened, they

call

disabilities, this policy will

disability, including

operate to

make determina-

based upon an individual's behavior rather than upon

the individual's status of having a

deemed

disability.

Students have a

who have been academically separated from the may not take courses at the college (day or evening)

at least

one academic semester. After

may

this

it is

recommended

GPA

or better at

some other

related medications as

who have

may be

previously completed courses at

hours

sutdents with disabilities are responsible for their disruptive

course work taken elsewhere

conduct.

as transfer credit.

for

Academic Affairs

appeal for any decisions

will act

as the sole

made by the Associate Vice

more than 69

credit

transferred from two-year institutions. However,

prescribed by their physicians. Under applicable disability laws,

final

work

institution of higher

learning. Students

and to take any

office. Al-

that readmission appli-

cants give evidence of at least one semester of academic

with a 2.5

for

time period, students

apply for readmission through the admissions

though not required,

a college are reminded that a total of not

and

5)

college

may

The Vice President

and

Students

personal obligation to obtain medical care for conditions that affect their conduct,

activities,

advisable.

Academic Separation

is

48

on the student's extracurricular

the classroom are subject to an

immediate review by the Associate Vice President Affairs.

restrictions

other such precautions as are

will

not necessarily be accepted

An undergraduate

matriculated student

who

academically dismissed twice can only apply for readmission

after a three-year period.

If

readmitted, the student

academic probation and must achieve a minimum

President for Academic Affairs.

order to continue.

The student may also be subject to disciplinary action under the

The grade point average of the student

Student Code of Conduct.

readmission. Students

who

have

left

will

is

placed on

GPA

be resumed

the college for a

of 2.0 in

after

minimum


Undergraduate Academic

Policies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COUJBGE

of three years

may be

given special consideration upon written

appeal to the vice president for academic

affairs.

Graduation Requirements Curricula leading to baccalaureate degrees are so planned that a student carrying

1

5 credit hours each semester

will ordinarily

Note: Academic readmission or reinstatement to the college

be able to complete the requirements for graduation

does not guarantee reneweo financial aid

years or eight semesters. Degrees

must contact the

eligibility.

The student

Financial Aid Office to be considered for

who have

will

in

four

be awarded to candidates

the following:

fulfilled

financial aid. 1

.

SATISFAaORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS addition to being

In

is

of

1

20

credits, distributed

according to the

Core Curriculum Requirements, the requirements of the de-

good academic standing (please see the

in

preceding section), a student

A MINIMUM

and any

clared major

defined as making satisfactory

of

free eleaives. Satisfactory completion

requirements for a bachelor's degree must be under

all

academic progress when the academic record shows successful

a catalog in effect within eight years of the date of gradua-

completion of a specified number of credits per semester.

tion.

minimum

time students must earn a

Full-

of 10 semester credits each

The catalog used, however, may be no

catalog

semester to achieve satisfactory academic progress.

of a

many

make

require participants to

financial assistance

satisfactory

programs

academic progress

or minor

from that stated

when

earlier

the major, concentration,

formally declared. in

programs governed by state and/or federal regulations

where current academic requirements may need

the policy above.

in

was

in effect

than the the case

Note: This policy does not apply to students enrolled

in

order to remain eligible. The definition of satisfactory progress differs

or, in

change of major, concentration, or minor, no

than the catalog Students should note that

earlier

the time of matriculation

in effect at

to be

met. Students should check with their departments where

See the "Financial Aid" section of

applicable;

this catalog for further infor-

mation concerning satisfactory academic progress for financial

2.

A MINIMUM

of

30

completed through Bridge-

credit hours

water State College, including at least one half of the

aid purposes.

quired courses

re-

the major and any minor field (excluding

in

cognate requirements).

AWARDING OF UNDERGRADUATE

Note: Of the 90 credits that

DEGREES

Bridgewater State College and applied to the baccalaureate degree, only

69

may be accepted

credits will

in

transfer by

be accepted from two-year

institutions.

Commencement Ceremony

3.

The college conducts two commencement ceremonies annually, winter and

in

in

spring. Students

August or December

will

who complete

requirements

be invited to participate

in

A MINIMUM

of

1

5 credit hours of the final

of a student's degree

Any course taken

Note:

at another accredited institution

admission to Bridgewater State Colloege must have

after

departmental pre-approval.

4.

the Registrar's Office. Each student

degree requirements and all

is

required by the major at Bridgewater

2.0 (or higher

if

State College)

and any other academic requirements of

the student's major department as approved by college

for ensuring that the Registrar's

governance procedures; 5.

application deadlines are listed

A MINIMUM

cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0

or higher in the student's major(s)

and minor(s)

require-

ments taken through Bridgewater State College. The major

below:

GPA August

advance.

in

cumulative grade point average (GPA) of

in

credentials.

Recommended graduation

A MINIMUM

responsible for meeting

formal degree application. These applications are available

Office has received

student must complete an

After Admission for each course

believe they are ready to receive their degree

from Bridgewater State College are required to complete a

all

A

Approval Form for the Transfer of Undergraduate Credits

Degree Application who

credit hours

water State College.

in

the winter

ceremony.

Students

30

program completed through Bridge-

1: for

December

winter/January graduation

1: for spring/iVlay

graduation

April 15: for summer/August graduation

includes

all

courses completed

all

of the

may

department

in

GPA

includes

nor

which the courses are offered.

in

an introductory college

skills

course

not be used to satisfy Core Curriculum Requirements

may

it

be applied toward the minimum number of

credits required for graduation in

at

the major field

courses required for completion of the minor, regardless

â&#x20AC;˘ The credit earned

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

in

(excluding cognate requirements). The minor

any major.

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.


â&#x20AC;˘ Students

not be allowed to receive their diplomas

will

or transcripts until

all

that degree

have

financial debts to the college

been paid.

was earned through Bridgewater

another accredited

institution.

the state-mandated requirement

fulfill

State College or

Each student, however, must in

United States and

Massachusetts Constitutions. Conferral of a degree occurs

been

when

the registrar finalizes the stu-

and confirms that

dent's academic record

satisfied. Participation in

all

does not constitute conferral of the degree.

name

of a student's

in

requirements have

commencement ceremony

the

Similarly, inclusion

such publications as the

program does not confirm

eligibility for

Both the cumulative grade point average (GPA) and the major grade point average (GPA)

commencement

on

all

all

undergraduate courses

A

demic record.

the degree.

GPA

tive

for the

in

will

order to remain

college and continue

Upon admission

second degree, the student

to a

second undergraduate degree program

the student

ment

will

meet with an adviser from the major depart-

in

in

minimum

2.0 cumula-

good academic standing

at the

Upon completion

of the

the program. will

be eligible to attend commence-

ment and graduate with honors based on the cumulative GPA for

to plan a course of study based on the current require-

be based

will

appear on one continuous aca-

student must maintain a

Graduation Requirements - Second Degree Program (see the "Undergraduate Admissions" section of this catalog),

second degree

grades received through Bridgewater State College, and

undergraduate

all

level

work attempted through Bridgewater

State College.

ments of that major. That course of study must be approved by the chair of the department and forwarded to the assistant registrar.

Any changes

in

that course of study

must also have

the approval of the adviser and the chair and be forwarded to the assistant

registrar.

a student does not complete the course

If

may

of study within four years of admission, the department require the student to

changes

in

change the course of study to reflea

apply to students enrolled

of 3.8 or higher),

recog-

is

summa cum laude (cumulative GPA magna cum laude (cumulative GPA of 3.6

and cum laude (cumulative GPA of 3.3 to

cumulative

GPA determined

for

honors

is

based on

work attempted through Bridgewater State

level

3.59). The all

college-

College.

programs governed by state and/or

in

where current academic requirements may

need to be met. Students should check with

where

program

for the baccalaureate

nized by awarding degrees

to 3.79),

major requirements. (Note: This time period does not

federal regulations

Graduation With Honors Academic excellence

their

departments

applicable.)

The

Commencement Program

submitted for the student's istrar's

Office

must

is

final

printed prior to grades being

semester; therefore, the Reg-

honors designation that a student

print the

has earned up to the time of publication. The student's diploma The graduation requirements

for a

second degree are as

and

1

.

finalized transcript, however, will reflect the official

honors

designation based upon the student's final grade point average.

follows:

The completion of a minimum of 30 semester hours through Bridgewater State College beyond the

first

degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0

(or higher

if

GRADING SYSTEM

required by the major depart-

ment). 2.

The completion of at courses

in

least

one

The college uses the letter-grade system of marking to indicate

half of the required

the second degree major (excluding cognate

C

requirements) through Bridgewater State College. The

remainder of the major requirements may be satisfied by

- Satisfactory; D -

Poor; F

-Withdrawn. Grades

in

-

the A,

designation of plus or minus.

the transfer of courses from another accredited institu-

A-

the student's relative performance:

Superior; B

Failure; IP B, C,

In

-

In

- Good;

Progress;

W

and D ranges may include a

computing averages, grades are

assigned the following numerical values: tion. 3.

A minimum (or higher

if

cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0 required by the major department)

in

the

student's major requirements taken through Bridgewater State College.

completed

in

GPA

The major

the major

ments). The minor

GPA

field

includes

all

courses

(excluding cognate require-

includes

all

courses required for

completion of the minor, regardless of the department

The completion of

all

cognate requirements

4.0

B-

2.7

D-i-

A-

3.7

C-^

2.3

D

1.0

Bh-

3.3

C

2.0

D-

0.7

B

3.0

C-

1.7

on a Pass (P)/No Pass (N)

basis.

1.3

0.0

F

Certain courses such as internships and practica

may be

offered

Courses whose credits cannot

be used toward degree credits earned

(ex.

Freshman

Skills

in

courses) are assigned grades of Satisfartory (S)/Unsatisfactory

which the courses are offered. 4.

A

for the

major

as outlined on the adviser-approved course of study.

(U).

No numeric

bol of

WA

value

may be

is

assigned to grades

given to any student

who

P,

N,

S,

or U.

A

sym-

ceases attending a

course without withdrawing between the end of the drop/add

The Bridgewater State College Core Curriculum Requirements are satisfied by the student's

50

first

bachelor's degree, whether

period and the end of the withdrawal period.


Undergraduate Academic

Grades for College in

all

courses (day

become

and

everting) at Bridgewater State

a part of the student's record

3.3

and are used

desired

GPA

computing the GPA.

Policies

30

99.0

total credit

necessary grade

hours at the end

points

of next semester

Audit A

may

student

audit (AU) a course to gain knowledge

ticular subject area

a par-

in

AU and becomes

demic record. Audited courses or graduation requirements.

is

part of the student's

not be used to

will

45.9

53.1

necessary

grade points already

grade points

for desired

classes; however,

they are exempt from examinations. The course

99.0

needed next

earned

grade points

without earning credit or a grade. Students

auditing a course attend and participate

designated

in

GPA

semester

automatically

53.1

15

3.54

permanent aca-

grade

credit hours

semester

points needed

for next semester

needed

fulfill

degree

GPA

for

overall 3.3

Students must submit a completed

an

GPA

Course Audit Request form before the close of the drop/add period.

Forms are available at the Registrar's

Incomplete

Office.

An incomplete tor.

Change of Grade If

was made

a student believes that a mistake

grade recorded for a course, the student tor for a in

change

of grade

no

later

than the

the academic semester following that

A

recorded.

change

may

in

may be

(IN)

given at the discretion of the instruc-

The time by which missing work must be made

graduate and undergraduate courses, in

up, both in

also at the discretion of

is

the original

the instructor; however, this time period

may

not extend beyond

petition the instruc-

last

day of

final

exams

which the grade was

the last day of classes of the academic semester following that in

which the incomplete was earned.

fully

completed by

cally

be changed to a grade of "F"

of grade will not be considered after this

this deadline, the

If

a course

incomplete

(failure),

is

not success-

will

N (No

automati-

Pass), or

U

time.

(Unsatisfactory).

Dean's List The dean's

list is

the academic achievement of full-time matriculated undergraduate students. a

minimum

A

work must be completed

All

published at the end of each semester to honor

3.3 average for the semester

of 12 credits completed

is

of the date the degree

in

The Grade Point Average indicates the student's overall academ-

basis.

The

GPA

value received

calculated on both a semester and a cumulative is

computed by

in

each course by the number of credit hours per

multiplying the grade numerical

course. These totals are combined, and the result

the total

number

may

is

divided by

send mid-semester warning notices to under-

elect to

who

graduate students

Grade Point Average (GPA) It is

finalized as

is

conferred.

Mid-Semester Warning Notices Faculty

average.

is

required with

and no grades of "incom-

plete" (IN).

ic

prior to graduation, including

resolution of any grades of incomplete. The record

are receiving less than a C- (1.7) average

any course at that time.

meet with

his/her adviser

which a warning are not issued by tification are

is

It is

the student's responsibility to

and the

instructor of

any course

in

received. Since mid-semester warning notices

all

instructors, students

who do

not receive no-

cautioned not to presume that they are maintaining

a grade of C- or better.

of semester hours carried.

EXAMPLE

NO. OF

COURSE

HOURS

Repeat Courses GRADE

TOTAL

Undergraduate students may repeat a course receive a grade of C- or less. Although

on the student's

12.0

(C+)

2.3

6.9

only once unless otherwise stated

(B)

3.0

9.0

the

X

(B+)

3.3

9.9

grade

will

X

(B-)

2.7

8.1

grade

is

3

X

(A)

French

3

X

English

3

X

History

3

Math

3

,

first

for

which they

courses

will

transcript, credit for the course will

4.0

Biology

all

three times that a course

in is

appear

be awarded

the college catalog. For taken, only the most recent

be used to calculate the GPA, regardless of which

higher. All grades for courses taken the third

subsequent times

will

be used

in

and

the calculation of the student's

45.9

15

45.9^ 15 = 3.06 GPA

GPA.

(This policy

does not apply to courses taken at the gradu-

ate level.)

Projecting an Anticipated Grade Point Average If

a student

hopes to earn an

overall 3.3

Please note that the Veterans Administration will not pay for a

GPA, he or she can repeated course

project the semester

GPA needed

in

which a passing grade has previously been

to achieve this goal by follow-

earned. ing the steps listed below:

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.

51


ndergraduate Academic Policies AND ENROLLMENT

REGISTRATION

ing the signatures of the department chairpersons involved, filing

POLICIES

and

the completed form with the Registrar's office.

Change/Declaration of Minor

Ahendance Policy

In

Students are responsible for satisfactory attendance

in

each

course for which they are registered. Satisfactory attendance shall

be determined by the instructor within the context of

policy statement. The approval of excused absences

and the

as-

when attendance would be the health of others.

In

in rare

cases

harmful to the student's health or

illness,

participation in official

college events, personal emergencies and religious holidays.

Students should consult with faculty

absence whenever

feasible.

NOTE:

fails

a student

their

minor at anytime by obtaining the necessary form from the

Academic Achievement

Center.

Students planning on being certified as secondary or middle school teachers should declare their minor

freshman or sophomore

tion during their

in

secondary educa-

year.

general, students will be excused with-

out penalty for reasons such as

If

any minor offered by the college, a

in-

make judgments

about whether a student can attend class except

in

from the Academic Achievement Center. Students may change

this

signment of make-up work are the prerogative of the course struaor. The college's health services does not

order to be enrolled

student must declare the intended minor on forms available

members

in

Certification that the requirements of the is

advance of any

made on

offering the minor. Students lative

to attend the

first

three class hours of

minor have been met

the Degree Application Card by the department

average

must achieve a minimum 2.0 cumu-

declared minors for graduation.

in

Classification Designation

a course, the instruaor has the option of deleting the student

Students are designated as being

from the class

the basis of the number of credits they have earned for courses

completed successfully. The If

a given classification on

in

roster.

a student has a concern with regard to the attendance credits

policies or a faculty

member has

below shows the number of

list

which must be recorded

a concern about a student's

member

designated as a

in

order for a student to be

of a particular classification.

excessive absence, he or she should confer with the chairperson of the department.

minimum totals

Students should understand that these are credits accrued.

Change/Declaration of Concentration

ter,

To elect a concentration, students must complete a Concentration Declaration

dents

Form

may change

in

the Academic Achievement Center. Stu-

their concentration at

and

it is

yields the

which, maintained over eight semesters,

credits required as a

number

minimum

is

Classification a major

Credit Hours

Completed 84

Senior

student should select a major by the end of the sophomore year. their area of interest by obtaining the nec-

Academic Achievement Center. Although

early childhood, elementary education

majors

may

program

and

the second semester of the

sophomore

year,

they

their continued interest in these majors by the

same

Freshman

Course Audit Students

may

audit courses under the guidelines noted below.

will receive

no academic

credit for the courses nor

In

will a

grade be refleaed

in his

or her cumulative grade point

average. liberal arts.

â&#x20AC;˘

Change of Major for Upperclassmen Students

24

The student

addition to their education program, students must also elect a

the

54

Sophomore

special education

process used by the other freshmen for declaration of majors.

in

Junior

not be formally admitted into the teacher education

until

must confirm

major

upon

held.

choose the status of an undeclared major. The undeclared

essary forms from the

for the baccalau-

of credit hours earned prior to the semester in

which the registration

who enter as freshmen must formally declare

Freshmen may change

of

5 credits per semes-

For registration purposes, students will be classified based

Change/Declaration of Major for Freshmen or

1

reate degree.

the total

students

this total

120

is

anytime by obtaining

the necessary form from the Academic Achievement Center.

All

The normal course load

may change majors

at

A

student

may

audit a course subject to the approval of his

or her adviser or department chairperson

any time by obtaining the

and consent of the

instruaor.

necessary forms from the Academic Achievement Center, securâ&#x20AC;˘

A

student

is

ment and/or

52

subject to conditions established by the departinstructor for the audited course.

\


2

Undergraduate Academic

Policies

BRIDGBWATER STATE COLLEGE

A

student registering for credit has course enrollment prefer-

ence over an auditing student. Therefore, a student must reg-

It is

recommended

that students not carry semester courses dur-

ing the semester in which they enroll in student teaching.

audit only during the drop/add period by submitting

ister for

forms provided by the Registrar's

an auditor

Office.

A

student's status as

a course cannot be changed.

in

Credit by Examination The college encourages qualified students to meet certain graduation requirements through "Credit by Examination."

A

student

ception

may

one audit course per semester.

register for

may be granted by

Ex-

petition to the appropriate school

credit for successful

or subject area examinations. In addition, certain departments

A

Additional information can be obtained from the Test Center

student receives no credit for an audited course. The

student's academic record will reflect the course enrollment

wxh

own

examinations for which credit can be awarded.

A

for

in

the Academic Achievement Center, 508.531.1780.

the notation AU.

See the "Undergraduate Admissions" section of •

comple-

dean.

offer their

award

Currently the college will

tion of the College Level Examination Program's (CLEF) general

student

be charged the same

will

an audited course as

for a course

and fees

tuition

taken for

this catalog for

further information concerning credit by examination.

credit.

Intercollegiate Athletics Eligibility

Course Drops and Adds The Drop/Add Schedule

• The Drop/ Add period for after the 6'^

weekday

The following

as follows:

is

1

weekday

1

of the quarter.

A

.

weekday

3^**

summer

weekday

A

courses ends after

of the session.

A

summer courses ends

of the session.

after the first class meeting.

cannot add intensive

-

courses after the

-

e.g.,

first

weekend

A

4.

student-athlete must maintain a

minimum

of

1

2 credit

minimum grade

point

student-athlete must pass 24 credit hours (normal

progress rule) or the equivalent

However, students or

student-athlete must maintain a

average (GPA) of 2.0.

• The Drop/Add period for nonregular courses ends one

weekday

student-athlete must be a full-time undergraduate stu-

hours or the equivalent each semester. 3.

• The Drop/Add period for 10-week after the 5'^

eligibility

dent. 2.

• The Drop/Add period for 5-week

the

govern intercollegiate athletics

5-week semester courses ends

of the semester.

• The Drop/Add period for 7-week quarter courses ends after

the 3"^

five rules

most students attending Bridgewater.

for

in

an academic year as a

full-time student.

one-week

A

5.

class meeting.

student-athlete must sign the

statement concerning

eligibility,

NCAA

student-athlete

a Buckley

Amendment

consent and a drug testing consent.

No adds

or drops will

be permitted

Drop/Add forms are available drop/add period.

It is

after these deadlines.

at the Registrar's Office during the

advisable that students discuss changes

in

their schedule with their adviser.

Student-athletes are required to undergo both physical and

orthopedic examinations prior to competing on intercollegiate

teams. Specific information on these exams can be obtained either

If

students

fail

to drop courses appropriately, a grade of "F"

may be entered on used

in

their

academic record. This grade

will

from the director of athletics or from the head athletic

trainer.

be

computing the GPA.

In

addition, there are very specific requirements

which must

be met by transfer students from other four-year

Course Loads Full-time undergraduate students

must

carry a course load of 12

to 18 credit hours or the equivalent each semester. The typical

course load

is 1

5 credit hours. Students wishing to carry

dean

credit hours

may

who have been

involved

in

and students

multiple transfers. For information,

please confer with the director of athletics.

more

than 18 credit hours must receive permission from the appropriate school

institutions,

transfer students from two-year or junior colleges

prior to registration. Failure to carry at least

1

jeopardize housing, financial aid status and

athletic eligibility.

On

a case-by-case basis, a student enrolled in a part-time

academic course load, as an accommodation to a documented disability, will

not be excluded from participating

in athletic

pro-

grams. The student shall follow the normal petition and appeal processes through the director of athletics and recreation.

Undergraduate students wishing to carry a course load of more than 14 credit hours during the

summer must

from the appropriate school dean

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

obtain permission

prior to registration.

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

53


Undergraduate Academic

Policies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Make-up Tests and Examinations The procedure the semester

for

Transfer of Credit After Admission

making up an examination held during

in

determined by the individual instrudor or

is

the department.

If

a student misses an examination,

it

the

is

order for undergraduates to receive credit for courses taken

at other accredited institutions, approval

must be obtained

in

advance.

student's responsibility to notify the instructor immediately so

that alternative arrangements

may be made.

Application forms are available

in

the Registrar's Office. Applica-

tions for approval of a course from another institution should be

making up a

examination

The

privilege of

only

when the cause has been the serious illness of the student member of his or her immediate family. All such excuses

or a

final

will

be granted

accompanied by the appropriate catalog from that Approval must be obtained prior to registering for

institution. class.

It is

weeks

must be documented by a medical doctor and submitted to the

by the institution to the Registrar's Office within

instructor of the course.

the completion of the course.

Prerequisites

NOTE:

Students must have the necessary prerequisite for each course.

Bridgewater State College and applied to the baccalaureate

Prerequisites, listing

any, are indicated with the individual course

if

and are enforced

at the time of registration. Prerequisite

courses taken at institutions other than Bridgewater State Col-

documented

lege must be

some

(transcript or

grade report, and,

in

the

student's responsibility to have official transcripts sent directly

Of the 90 credits that may be accepted

degree, only

69

credits will

six

after

transfer by

in

be accepted from two-year

institu-

Grades for courses taken at an institution other than

tions.

Bridgewater State College are not used

computing the

in

student's GPA.

cases, course description) prior to registration.

Withdrawal From the College Students

who

wish to enroll

prerequisite(s)

a course without the

in

Forms

must obtain a Prerequisite Override Form

prior

for official

withdrawal from the college

to registering for the course. The form must be signed by the

Library. Professional staff

chairperson of the department through which the course

ter will assist in

fered and,

in

some

is

of-

cases, the instructor of the course. Students

completing the process, including the review of

alternatives available to the student. Should the student leave

the college without giving

courses taught through the School of Education and Allied Stud-

will

must complete a Request

Student to Take an Upper

for a

Level Professional Education Course

Admission form and obtain

all

Without Formal Program

Preregistration

is

be recorded

grades

will

for

all

be recorded

not be effective

until

official notification, failing

courses. After the tenth for

classes

all

week

grades of classes,

and the withdrawal

will

the last day of the semester.

required signatures.

Withdrawal From Courses Following the Drop/Add Period

Registration ate,

the Maxwell

in

from the Academic Achievement Cen-

seeking an override of professional education prerequisites for

ies

may be obtained

from the Academic Achievement Center located

held for returning, matriculated undergradu-

graduate and joint admission students

spring semester and

in April for

advising period held

two weeks

the

fall

in

November

for the

Students

Add

may withdraw from

period

if

courses following the Drop/

they submit a Course Withdrawal Form to the Reg-

semester. During the istrar's Office

by the appropriate date

listed

below. The Course

prior to registration, a student

Withdrawal Form must be signed by the course instructor and

meets with his/her adviser to review the student's progress

ward meeting Core Curriculum Requirements and requirements. registration

A

class schedule

form

is

is

specific

to-

degree

developed, and the student's

signed by the adviser.

In

the case of double

majors, the form must be signed by both advisers. Preregistration is

from is

Web and in person. Students who wish to Web must secure electronic permission to register

available via the

register via the

their adviser at their advising session. Preregistration time

based on the student's

etc.) at

classification (senior, junior,

the student's adviser or the chairperson of student's major

department to acknowledge that the student has conferred with these parties.

If

a student falls

eligibility for

and

Course Schedule, published

some sources

of financial aid

housing

may be

on how to

register.

for courses until

all

Students

will

registra-

instructions

not be allowed to register

financial debts to the college are paid

health records are up to date.

54

each

and

and health insurance

and on-campus

affected.

The Course Withdrawal Schedule

shortly before

time status after

sophomore,

the close of the previous semester

tion period, provides specific registration dates

full

participation in extra curricular activities

â&#x20AC;˘ The Withdrawal period for

The

below

withdrawing from a course, he or she should be aware that

and

the

1

is

as follows:

5-week semester courses ends

weekday following the completion

of the

1

0th

week

of

the semester.

â&#x20AC;˘ The Withdrawal period for 7-week quarter courses ends the

weekday following the completion quarter.

of the 5th

week

of the


s

bSc

Undergraduate Academic

• The Withdrawal period for 5-week

weekday following the completion

summer of the

Policies

courses ends the

3'^^

week

of the

session.

• The Withdrawal period for 10-week the

summer

weekday following the completion

courses ends

of the 7^'^

week

of

the session. • The Withdrawal period for non-regular courses typically ends

one weekday following the point when approximately

70%

of the course has been completed. Students should consult

the Registrar's Office for exact deadlines for withdrawal from

these courses. • Students

who

are taking a course on-line or off-campus or

who

are non-degree seeking must

lines

and procedures.

No withdrawals

meet established dead-

be permitted after these deadlines unless

will

the student can demonstrate that extraordinary circumstances (i.e.,

sudden

illness,

a death in the family) have prevented the

student from withdrawing by the published deadline. Consult the Academic Achievement Center for more information about

withdrawals after the deadline.

Course withdrawals with a

"W" and

will

will

be indicated on the student's transcript

not affect the calculation of the student's

grade point average.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


School of Graduate Studies GENERAL POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

William Smith, 508.531.2809

Dr.

Dean, School of Graduate Studies

Raymond Guillette, 508.531.2919 Dean

Dr.

Assistant

Students are responsible for of the catalog. Students

Ms.Tisa Cohane, 508.531.6143 Director,

regulations presented

Off-Campus Programs and Graduate School

all

who

information given

the latest edition

in

have questions regarding the graduate catalog should contaa the School of

in this

Graduate Studies.

Services

Academic Integrity Policy

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/SOGS/

The School of Graduate Studies at Bridgewater State College, all

The School of Graduate Studies of

all

is

responsible for the administration

graduate courses and programs.

institutions of higher learning, considers

be an important hallmark

for

academic

graduate students and scholars. The

importance of academic

integrity

the undergraduate

continues to be even more

level,

like

integrity to

and honesty, which

is

taught at

vital for

scholars

The School of Graduate Studies at Bridgewater State College

and researchers

provides leadership, coordination and support for

seminar papers, research papers and theses. All graduate degree pro-

partments engaged

in

all

academic de-

graduate instruction. The graduate dean, the

graduate faculty and the Graduate Education Council are responsible for

the maintenance of appropriate standards for graduate degrees

and

certificates.

grams

at the

to increase to

an advanced

understanding of and competence

in

level

ative talents, the graduate

are acquiring scholarly habits

a designated field of study. By

ability

skills

and

cre-

programs of the college aim to increase

to pursue and contribute to a satisfying career.

The School of Graduate Studies

is

floor.

Park

Avenue

open Monday through

is

located

entrance. With

Friday

open evenings only when

from 8

in

the Maxwell

some

rules

and

integrity

m

Library,

1

.

degree programs, must

to 7:30 prvi.The office

is

in

either a

full

traditions of that

pages

for

Plagiarizing

list

and

of the School of

academic

The following examples

integrity.

of serious breaches of academic integrity:

any published or online source, including

Not properly documenting quotations and paraphrases

in

one's

not using footnotes, endnotes, parenthetical citations or

i.e.

policies,

4.

graduate

in

the

Copying portions of Internet sources without proper documentation

5.

procedures

graduate courses and programs outlined

prior to enrolling in courses carrying

Inadequate paraphrasing, with or without proper documenta-

tion 6.

credit.

and

citations;

Creating false documentation,

used

in

references,

i.e.

purposely fabricating informa-

endnotes and footnotes;

Using or copying from another student's written work with or

without the student's permission; 7.

Taking an examination for another student;

For additional information relative to a specific graduate program,

8.

Cheating on an examination;

students should contact the appropriate department program

9.

in

policies of

Graduate Studies

tion;

application materials from the School of Graduate Studies. Students

and requirements

graduate

other conventional methods of documentation;

or part-time basis should request appropriate

aware of the general

In short,

community. Sometimes, however, gradu-

and honesty. The dean

texts,

pursuing a master's degree, certificate of

are responsible for being

own academic work by adhering to

as one's own; 2.

508.531.1300 or e-mail at

advanced graduate study (CAGS) or Postbaccalaureate licensure pro-

coordinator

rely

"Blackboard" and other online discussions, and claiming them

3.

Persons interested

in their

reviews any infraaions of academic

gradschool@bridgew.edu.

followflng

skills in

ate students violate the accepted principles

exceptions, the office

classes are in session. Contact the School

of Graduate Studies for evening hours at

gram on

and

who

students are entering a community of scholars and must respect the

represent a partial

ground

where

at Bridgewater State College require courses in research

the time-honored conventions of their discipline.

each graduate student's

extending the student's area of knowledge, research

the individual's

who find themselves vwiting

conventions of documentation are taught. Graduate students,

edge the scholarship

is

level,

on the scholarship that has preceded them, and they must acknowl-

The primary objective of Bridgewater State College's graduate

programs

graduate

the department involved.

Purchasing a paper or assignment from an online source or

another student and claiming 1

0.

11.

it

as one's own;

Writing a paper or report for another student; Altering or falsifying data.

Serious violations of academic integrity are not limited to this Penalties for

list.

academic misconduct may include the following:

2.

A grade of "F", "N", or "U" (as appropriate) in the course; A grade of " F" for the assignment being evaluated;

3.

The assigning of additional course work;

1.

I


School of Graduate Studies

4.

Suspension from graduate programs;

Academic Probation

5.

Dismissal from graduate programs.

Any

matriculated or nonmatriculated graduate students

whose

GPA falls below 3.0 will be notified that they are on academic probation. When graduate students are placed on academic cumulative

The procedure

implementing a penalty for academic dishonesty

for

or misconduct, which includes, but

cheating, 1

The professor will

.

is

not limited

plagiarism

to,

and

probation, they

as follows:

is

graduate students of any alleged viola-

notify

and

tions of the Graduate School's Academic Integrity Policy,

they shall discuss the matter

person, via e-mail or by

in

conduct. (The professor

may

invite a third party to

their

with their advisers.

Academic Standing for Graduate Students

the meeting, In

warranted.)

If it is

be mindful that

GPA has fallen below a 3.0. Students should discuss the matter

phone

within seven business days of the discovery of the alleged mis-

if

receive a letter from the School of Graduate

will

Studies. This letter informs students that they should

the courses which a graduate student offers to satisfy degree

determined that academic dishonesty or requirements, the

minimum standard

for satisfactory

work

is

a 3.0

misconduct has occurred, the students' advisers, the graduate average.

program coordinators, department

chairs,

the appropriate school

deans and the dean of the Graduate School the professor

in

will

be notified by

writing of the misconduct, the proposed penalty,

and the outcome of the discussion with the students.

A record

of

the case, including the letter from the professor, along with any

supporting documentation,

will

be kept

in

students'

files

at the

If

the matter

is

not resolved through the

above, students

may file

letters of

process described

initial

appeal within

five

any relevant documents. The dean

will

be notified of the meeting times and dates and

be reviewed.

will

Graduate Education Council process. Both students

with representatives,

Under the the

GEC

shall

Studies.

In

will

conducting

in

1

Submit a written appeal to the course

.

its

2.

concludes

after

it

tions

may

will

its

if

the issue

the matter

is

If

unresolved, submit a written appeal to the department gradu-

3

If

.

Graduate Education Council,

make

its

decision,

unresolved, submit a written appeal to the appropriate school

dean.

4.

If

unresolved, submit a written appeal to the dean of the School

of Graduate Studies.

which

dean of the School of Graduate

sanctions or a reduction

Education Council

if

ate program coordinator.

reviews, the

who may sen/e as advisers or advocates.

writing to the

instructor

course-related or to the academic adviser

invited

The dean of the School of Graduate Studies

5.

in sanctions.

will

submit graduate

student petitions to the Graduate Education Council for review.

Graduate Education Council may recommend further sanctions, in

have the matter considered

program-related.

Based upon the allegations or evidence received, the

no change

petition to

follow the requirements of due

review student appeals and

will

may

stu-

and professors can attend the meetings

direction of the chair of the

be forwarded

experience problems pertaining to graduate

Studies:

is

to attend a meeting of the Graduate Education Council, at which

time matters

who

academic performance, program requirements or

other academic issues,

submit appeals to the

Graduate Education Council (GEC).The professors and the will

policies, including

business

days to the dean of the School of Graduate Studies, attaching

dents

Graduate students

through the established review process of the School of Graduate

School of Graduate Studies. 2.

Appeals

(The Graduate Education Council consists of representatives

The Graduate

from the college's graduate

take into account any previous infractions only

faculty, administrators

and graduate

student body.)

investigation of the present case. Further sanc-

include suspension or dismissal.

Change of Grade Students and professors involved letter

will receive

copies of the decision

from the Graduate Education Council, and copies

will

be pro-

vided to the students' advisers, graduate coordinators, department chairs

placed

and appropriate school dean. A copy of this in

students' official

files in

letter will also

be

the School of Graduate Studies.

students'

a student believes that a mistake

recorded for a course, the student

a change of grade no

later

than the

academic semester following that

A change of grade will

was made

may

in

in

petition

last

the original grade

an

instructor for

day of final exams

GPAs remain below a 3.0

semesters, their academic progress

the

not be considered after this time.

for

is in

two consecutive

jeopardy. The School of

Students should promptly notify the Registrar's Office of any change in

name

or address by using the appropriate form. Official legal

must be presented. Forms

Graduate Studies makes every attempt not to dismiss students

documentation

from academic programs, though prolonged GPAs below 3.0

are also available at the School of Graduate Studies or

may

printed from the college

result in

in

which the grade was recorded.

Change of Name and/or Address

Academic Dismissal If

If

academic dismissal.

(i.e.

marriage

Web

certificate)

site

may be

www.bridgew.edu/registrar/forms.

cfm.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.

57


School of Graduate Studies

the School of Graduate Studies at 508.531.1300 or gradschool®

Comprehensive Examination In

most graduate programs, graduate students must take compre-

hensive examinations that reflect the

The comprehensive examination

is

full

ranges of their programs.

based upon the student's major

areas of study, as well as related areas, and

on a

thesis.

may

include

in

The Drop/Add schedule

its

is

graduate students enrolled

all

1

5-week semester courses ends

after

the sixth weekday of the semester. • The Drop/Add period for seven-week quarter courses ends after

comprehensive

the third weekday of the quarter

examination.

• The Drop/Add period for five-week

To be

eligible for

a comprehensive examination, students should be

nation should

in

the

fifth

weekday

summer

courses ends after

of the session.

• The Drop/Add period for 10-week

who plan to take the comprehensive exami-

a Comprehensive Examination Request form

file

weekday

the third

near completion of the course work specified by their major academic departments. Students

summer courses ends

after the first class meeting.

- e.g., weekend

examination fee of $60 for master's degree candidates and $75 for

intensive

CAGS candidates.

class meeting.

after

of the session.

• The Drop/Add period for non-regular courses ends one

the

School of Graduate Studies, with a nonrefundable comprehensive

or

weekday

However, students cannot add

one-week

- courses

after the first

Checks should be made payable to Bridgewater State College. The

No adds

completed form with necessary signatures and fee must be

forms are available at the Registrar's Office during the drop/add

filed in

or drops will be permitted after these deadlines.

the School of Graduate Studies on or before the appropriate applica-

period.

tion deadline:

with their adviser.

October

November comprehensive examinations

1

If

It is

students

advisable that students discuss changes

fail

Ordinarily,

of

March/April comprehensive examinations

1

comprehensive examinations are given during the months

November and

specific

ing the

March/April. The academic departments set the

date of the comprehensive examination.

students

their results

in

one

receive

a timely fashion.

fail

Full-time graduate study for master's degree

If

students

fail

in

comput-

and CAGS students

is

credits in a given semester.

To be considered

1

2 credits each semester, as defined under "Course Loads"

the Undergraduate Academic Policies section of this catalog.

(The Accelerated Post-Baccalaureate program does not

a second compre-

full-time,

post-baccalaureate program students must carry a course load of at least

the comprehensive examination shall be given

additional opportunity to pass.

be used

will

Course Loads

in

Students \fA\o

schedule

defined, for academic purposes only, as being enrolled in nine or

who take the comprehensive examination will by mail

in their

GPA.

more graduate All

Drop/Add

to drop courses appropriately, a grade of "F" will be

entered on their academic record. This grade February

in

as follows:

• The Drop/Add period for

oral,

or Web-based, as determined by the students' departments. The

academic department determines the format of

for

degree programs as well as non-degree students.

Course Drops and Adds

which they have

The comprehensive examination may be written,

studied.

designated to ensure appropriate aca-

is

work done

Students must give evidence that they can integrate

information and ideas from the various areas

bridgew.edu. This policy

demic advising and counseling

fall

into this

category.)

hensive examination, students are subject to academic dismissal.

Students should meet immediately with their faculty advisers or

Full-time graduate students

designated personnel to review weaknesses of their performances,

semester and up to

and prescribed programs of study should be designed to help

sions.

may

load must receive permission

made substantial

and program coordinators.

progress will

examinations. Students

and submit the exam

in

the additional work prescribed by the

who retake the examination must register

or spring semesters or

ister for courses,

If

maximum credit

writing from their graduate advisers

Full-time graduate students carrying nine credits or more: see

Prior to the registration period for the six (6)

years to complete their degree

programs. Should graduate students not enroll

considered inactive.

in

Course Registration

Registration

fall

5 credits per

Immunization Requirements for Graduate Students section.

conhnuation or interruption of course

the

1

two summer ses-

be allowed to retake the comprehensive

fee.

Graduate students have

up to

Students wishing to register for more than the

students prepare for the second examination. After students have

department, students

register for

during each of the

six credits

summer

students are

in

inactive

is

fall,

spring

and summer

ses-

published by the Registrar's Office. Hard

School of Graduate Studies. The course schedule

be

and wish to

schedule

copies of this schedule are available at the Registrar's Office and the

courses during

sessions, students will

deemed

sions, a course

reg-

students should seek reinstatement by contacting

is

also available

online through InfoBear at www.bridgew.edu. Graduate students

are not required to have registration forms signed by their advisers;


bSc

School of Graduate Studies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

however, graduate students should consult their advisers on a regular basis regarding their course schedules.

Graduate Assistantship Bridgewater State College awards graduate assistantships to students

Graduate course work

is

on

offered

Students should realize that

either a full- or part-time basis.

not possible to set an absolute

it is

who are fully admitted to a

total

award equals approximately $10,000 per academic year, which

deadline for completing a graduate program due to such factors as

includes tuition

the college's need to reserve the right to cancel any course for which

a stipend. The stipend varies between

there

is

enrollment and the need of the departments to

insufficient

offer courses

on a

rotating basis.

and fee remission

credits per year plus

$600 and $650 per month.

recommendation, pertinent experience, educational

preparation, interviews or a combination of these faaors. Graduate

Graduate students are reminded to consult the annual college acafor deadlines

and dates for admission, comprehensive

examination requests and applications to graduate. This calendar in

up to 24

basis of undergraduate and/or graduate grade point average, test

Deadunes

printed

for

Graduate assistantships are competitive and are determined on the

scores, letters of

demic calendar

who

graduate program and

maintain good academic standing during the time of the award. The

is

the college catalog, course schedule and on the college

assistants

encourage and

and

Web site.

work

in

in

an academic department or administrative

assist superior students in pursuing

graduate study

completing the requirements for graduate degrees

minimum

office

20 hours per week. Assistantships are intended to

of the college for

possible time.

in

the

Graduate research assistantships are

also available.

Grading System The School of Graduate Studies requires that matriculated gradu-

Graduate Research Assistantship

ate students maintain a high level of academic standing as they Fully

advance

in their

degree programs. The grading system

for

admitted

full-

and part-time graduate students may apply to

graduate the Graduate Research Assistantship program. Graduate Research

students at

BSC

is

from that of the undergraduate programs.

different

Graduate course achievement will be rated A

Assistantships are designed to link a graduate student together (4.0),

A-

(3.7), B-i- (3.3),

with a professor

B

(3.0), B- (2.7),

(Incomplete), or

C+ (2.3), C (2.0), C- (1.7), F (0),W (Withdrawn), AU

(Audit).

Some courses are graded on a

in

a meaningful research project, which

semester or one academic year

in

be one

duration. During the assistant-

P (Pass)/N ship period, a graduate research assistant will

(No Pass) or S

will

IN

work

directly

with a

(Satisfactory)/U (Unsatisfactory) basis. Refer to the

professor on a joint project, which will lead to a presentation at a

"Course Descriptions" section

in this catalog.

professional conference and/or a joint publication. The research assistant will

This grading system puts

more pressure on graduate students to

student

form at a higher students

level

may earn

have the equivalent of a "half" assistantship,

in

that the

perwill

work ten

(1

0) hours per

week with

a professor, be paid

than undergraduate students.Though graduate

less

than a B

in

a course, the overall

GPA must be

a half-stipend ($3,000 per year), and have tuition/fees remission for six (6)

graduate credits per semester

a 3.0 at the time of graduation.

Graduation Appucation

Graduate and Undergraduate Credit

Students should check with their advisers regarding exit requirements

Courses at BSC with 500- and 600-level numbers carry graduate for their

credit

and are open only to graduate

academic program, as requirements vary for each program.

students.

Students

who are nearing the completion of their graduate program who plan to receive a master's degree or CAGS in May or August, should complete an Application to Graduate

requirements and

An undergraduate may

request to enroll

in

a 500

level

course for January,

undergraduate

credit.

Approval

is

based upon the following

criteria:

form. These forms should be completed by students, approved by the faculty advisers

â&#x20AC;˘ Students must be seniors

in their last

and program

coordinators,

and submitted with the can-

semester of course didates'

Graduate Program Proposal forms to the School of Graduate

work. Studies office

â&#x20AC;˘ Students'

GPA must

be a 3.5 or

on

or before the appropriate appliQtion deadline.

higher.

â&#x20AC;˘ Students' written requests must be approvedljy the chair of February

the students' major departments, academic school dean and

1

Junel

May graduation August graduation

the dean of the School of Graduate Studies.

October Certain designated

400

level

courses

may be

1

taken for either Failure to file

graduate or undergraduate

credit.

The School of Graduate Studies

guidelines for faculty teaching these courses indicate that advanced

work should be

required of graduate students taking

400

January graduation

an application before the deadline may postpone

degree conferral. Any questions regarding graduate commence-

ment ard requirements should be

directed to the School of Graduate

level

Studies at 508.531.1300. courses. The guidelines

more into

recommend more

rigorous examinations

sophisticated term papers so that graduate students

and

may take

account the different quantitative and qualitative standards

Graduation Dates The college has three graduation dates (May, August and January).

associated with graduate study.

Graduate students have a separate annual commencement

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

cer-

this catalog.

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bSc

School of Graduate Studies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

emony. Students graduating to attend the

in

August and January are encouraged

May commencement. In

commencement ceremony,

order to participate

required course

all

ments must be completed. No degree or

work and

certificate will

and no graduate transaipts will be issued unless have been paid

all

in

a

exit require-

be conferred,

tuition

and fees

in full.

Independent or Directed Study Graduate students are allowed to undertake an independent or directed study under the supervision of a faculty

member. The course

XXXX 503 (credit to be arranged) is designed for graduate students who desire to study selected topics in their fields. Directed Study

Directed study

may not be

used to substitute for courses that are

required in the program or to study topics that are covered in required

Graduation Requirements In

or elective courses in the program.

order for students to exit from a graduate program, they must

satisfactorily

complete

of 3.0), and,

in

credit requirements (with

all

minimum GPA

a

most programs, pass a comprehensive examination.

Directed study follows the

same registration procedures as all academic

course work on campus; that

is,

an^ngement for directed study must

take place prior to the time of registration with

Immunization Requirements for Graduate Students Immunization requirements apply to

full-time

all

graduate students,

on file at the appropriate departmental study

is

limited to students

program

mum of

all

forms completed and

Enrollment

in

directed

who have been accepted to a graduate and

at Bridgewater State College 1

office.

who have completed a mini-

5 approved graduate aedits.

regardless of age. To achieve full-time graduate student status,

according to the

Commonwealth

of Massachusetts Immunization

Laws, students must receive nine or more credits from one institution

Program and Course

Prerequisites

Program and course prerequisites may be required to ensure adein

any one semester, regardless of the location of the course or the quate preparation for graduate work

actual dates that the course or internship

is

in

the area of study.

In certain

held.

cases,

program prerequisites may be fulfilled

after the applicant's

acceptance by the School of Graduate Studies. Certain advanced Proof of immunizations must be provided by a physician or a prior courses school and must include the dates

may

require that students have completed specific prerequi-

of:

site courses.

• two doses of measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) first

birthday

and

after

1

after the patient's

967

• one dose of tetanus diphtheria (TD) within the

last

years

1

• three doses of hepatitis B Note: All newly enrolled part-

and full-time graduate

must provide proof of meningitis immunization

students

or waiver. Proof

must be:

• documentation of one dose of meningitis immunization within five

Research A graduate program may require enrollment in the course Research XXXX 502 (credit to be arranged) or PSYC 504 for Psychology for completion of original research undertaken by graduate students in their field.

thesis. The

students

years or

• sign the meningitis waiver at www.bridgew.edu/HealthServices/

Health%20Form%20and%20 Meningitis%20Waiver.doc.

an

The students' investigations

number of aedits awarded

may repeat the course

until

a

ordinarily culminate in a

for the research

maximum

may vary and

of nine credits

in

MA program and six credits in an MAT, MEd, MPA, MS or CAGS

program

is

earned tow/ard the minimum

credit requirements for the

degree or certificate. Consent of department and formal application

The Health Services

staff

can

assist

you

by offering immunizations and advice on the law. Failure to

on hold until

all

meeting the requirements

in

how to be compliant with

comply places future registration for classes

requirements are

required.

Satisfaqory or Reasonable Progress Graduate students must make

met

toward completion of Please

call

Health Services at 508.53 1

.

1

252 to arrange an appoint-

who

statute of limitations. Students

are not

making such progress

Statute of Limitations-Program

Incomplete /\n incomplete (IN)

may be

given at the discretion of the instmctor.

The time by which missing work must be made up, undergraduate courses, however,

this

is

time period

in

graduate and

incomplete

was

deadline

(Failure) or

may

offered for master's degree or

last

day

will

all

automatically be changed to a grade of "F" Pass).

Candidates

for

work must be completed

graduation should note, prior to graduation,

including resolution of any grades of incomplete, since as of the date

the degree

is

hensive examination, must be completed within six years of the

date of the student's acceptance.

not extend beyond the

and Courses

i

graduate program requirennents, including the connpre-

CAGS

In addition,

credit

no graduate course

may be more than

six

years old at the time program requirements are completed.

T j

I

||

earned. Courses that are not successfully completed

"N" (No

however, that

All

also at the discretion of the instructor;

of classes of the academic semester following that in which the

this

satisfactory or reasonable progress

degree programs within the college's

are subject to separation from their programs.

ment.

by

their

conferred the record

is

If

graduate students cannot complete degree requirements within

the six-year file

limit

because of extraordinary circumstances, they may

written appeals, requesting a reasonable extension from the

j

School of Graduate Studies.

finalized.

1

il


)

School of Graduate Studies

Thesis A number of departments require or recommend theses in

degree programs. A thesis, which represents original research discipline,

plans.

especially

is

recommended

if

Theses must be submitted to the School of Graduate Studies

(9)

before students are approved for graduation.

master's

a

in

(1

0) The

which

catalog

will

all

theses, acts as the official

theses written as part of graduate-degree programs

spend serious academic time

researching a narrowly focused topic nal text, of publishable quality.

Library,

all

at Bridgewater State College.

At the same time, theses allow graduate students, working

closely with thesis committees, to

Maxwell

archive for

students have future doctoral

in

depth and produce an

The culmination

gives students great academic pride

and

is

origi-

often a text that

satisfaction.

Transfer Credit Transfer credit at the graduate level

defined by the School of

is

Graduate Studies at Bridgewater State College to include two credit situations. First, transfer credit

is

distinct

defined as being any appropri-

Students writing master's theses must adhere to the following

ate graduate aedit taken at Bridgewater State College prior to the

policies:

student's

(1)

All

graduate students writing master's theses must have a thesis

committee, consisting of a thesis committee chair and two faculty

The thesis committee must be approved by the graduate

readers.

coordinator (2)

chair,

the

is

enrolled at the time of matricula-

defined to include appropriate gradu-

form must be completed and signed

must

is

of the

avail-

download on the School of Graduate Studies Web page.) in

order for students to

register for the appropriate research course,

XXXX 502

or

which

PSYC 504 Research

register for at least six credits of

is

always the

course. Students

XXXX 502, but the aedits

can be broken into smaller credit segments and taken over multiple

semesters, particularly

if

students need a

M

academic year

to write their theses. Otherwise, students can register for the six credits

full

during one semester.

Form to the

Registrar's Office to register for the

XXXX 502 or PSYC 504 Research course. Students who have registered for the XXXX 502 an Incomplete, which

PSYC 504

in

requiring

up to 9 graduate credits. This

letter

grade

in

the text of the

that not

acquaint graduate students

will

with the manusaipt form and style used

students

credits. In

programs

may request to transfer

limit of transfer credits includes

It

should be noted, however,

more than 6 graduate credits, taken both

matriculation, can

prior to

and

make every attempt to enroll

Bridgewater State College

in

which students are enrolled at the time of matriculation.

in

after

be transferred from other graduate schools (students

graduate courses). These credits include any credits earned

in

courses

It

does not

department sections of this catalog.

Approval of transfer aedit

more than 6

better has

in their respective

disd-

plines;

graduate students writing theses should examine recent

theses

in their

academic departments.

is

subject to the following conditions:

credits being transfen-ed are

1

from an acaedited

than Bridgewater State College; 2) that a grade of B or

been earned

in all

courses being transferred; 3) that courses

being transferred have not been used to

another degree or

manusaipt.

The thesis committee chairperson

credits,

tution before or after matriculation.

institution other

and readers sign the

placed

number of graduate

tion and/or graduate courses taken at another accredited insti-

When the thesis is written and fully approved by the three mem-

is

the total

courses taken at Bridgewater State College before matricula-

that not

"approval page" of the thesis, which

limits

programs of fewer than 40

40 or more graduate

by the theses chairpersons once the theses are completed.

bers of the thesis committee, the chairperson

in

a semester

be changed to a

will

6

transfer credits to

include prerequisites. Program exceptions are noted in the appropriate or

Research course and do not complete their theses will receive

The School of Graduate Studies

should

After students obtain the necessary signatures, they then take the Thesis Proposal

not be more than

certificate;

six

and

fulfill

the requirements of

4) that graduate transfer aedits

may

years old at the time program requirements are

completed.

All

courses to be used as transfer aedit

in

a graduate program must

The student must provide the School of Graduate Studies with

have the approval of the students' advisers and program coordinators

a minimum of four copies of the thesis to be bound: one for the

priorto submitting for final approval to the School of Graduate Studies.

Maxwell

Transfer aedit should also

Library,

one for the School of Graduate

Studies,

one for

be properly recorded on the students'

the students' academic department and one for the student.

Graduate Program Proposal forms. An

(Sometimes departments request an additional bound copy.)

taken at another accredited institution must be on

Students (8)

is

College graduate program.

departmental

(7)

which the student

State College prior to or after matriculation into a Bridgewater State

This

(6)

in

Second, transfer credit

with a detailed proposal and signatures of the thesis

able for

(5)

courses

in

tion.

ate credit taken at an accredited institution other than Bridgewater

School of Graduate Studies. (The Thesis Proposal Form

(4)

matriculation into a Bridgewater State College gradu-

The student writing a thesis must submit a Thesis Proposal Form,

two faculty readers, the graduate coordinator and the dean

(3)

first

ate program. This credit includes appropriate graduate credit earned

may also

request additional

bound copies of their theses.

official transcript

of courses

file in

the School of

Graduate Studies.

Copies of the completed manusaipt must be brought to the School of Graduate Studies, which

will

arrange for the binding of

the copies. A charge of $ 1 2 for each copy will be paid by the graduate students. Students pick

up their bound copies

the School of

transfer

at

is

for courses being requested to

from within Bridgewater State College. The Graduate Transfer

Credit form

Graduate Studies.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

in

BSC has two forms used for acceptance of transfer credit. The PreMatriculation Transfer Credit form

is

for courses being requested to transfer

from an accred-

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.

61


School of Graduate Studies

ited institution

ofherthan Bridgewater State College. Blank copies of

both forms are sent to students

in their

matriculation packages by the

School of Graduate Studies. Students are strongly urged to process their

Master of Arts

in

Teaching (MAT)

Programs leading to the degree of Master of Arts offered

in

in

Teaching are

the following areas:

forms for transfer aedit early in their graduate program. Biology

WrTHDRAWAL FROM COURSES Students

Creative Arts

may withdraw from courses following the drop/add period if

English

they submit a Course Withdrawal form to the Registrar's Office by the appropriate semester deadline date, which

is

History

posted at www.bridgew.

Mathematics

edu/Registrar/dropaddwithdraw.cfm.The course withdrawal form must

Music Education be signed by the course

instructor Students should discuss

any course Physical Science

withdrawal with their advisers.

If

graduate students fall below full-time

status after withdrawing from a course, they should ity

for some sources of financial aid

Physics

be aware that eligibil-

and health insurance may be affected.

Master of Education (MEd) The Course Withdrawal Schedule • The Withdrawal period for

1

is

Programs leading to the degree of Master of Education are offered

as follows:

5-week semester courses ends the week-

day following the completion of the

1

5* week of the quarter. fol-

lowing the completion of the 3"^ week of the session. 1

of the

7* week of the

point

when approximately 70%

- Dual

License

School Counseling (PreK-8, 5-12)

session.

• The Wthdrawal period for non-regular courses typically ends one

weekday following the

Mental Health Counseling Mental Health Counseling

0-week summer courses ends the

weekday following the completion

Counseling Concentrations:

• The Withdrawal period for 5-week courses ends the weekday

• The Wthdrawal period for

the following areas:

0* week of the semester.

• The Withdrawal period for 7-week courses ends the weekday following the completion of the

in

Student Affairs Counseling Early

Childhood Education

of the course

Educational Leadership

has been completed. Students should consult the Registrar's Office Elementary Education

withdrawal from these courses.

for exact deadlines for

• Students

who are taking

established deadlines

Health Promotion a course on-line or off-campus must

meet Instructional

and procedures.

Technology

PreK-12 Education (For Educators

No withdrawals will be

in

permitted after these deadlines unless

Non-U.S. settings)

students can demonstrate that extraordinary circumstances have

Reading

prevented them from withdrawing from the course by the published

Special Education

deadline. Course withdrawals will be indicated scripts

"W" and will

with a

on students'

tran-

not affect the calculation of students'

grade point averages.

who

soon as

Graduate Studies of

Disabilities

Master of Pubuc Administration (MPA)

decide to withdraw from a graduate program should

notify the School of

Moderate

Severe Disabilities

Withdrawal from the College Students

Concentrations:

their intentions in writing as

The Master of Public Administration degree

offers

concentrations

in

the following areas:

possible. (Students should also consult course withdrawal

procedures and refund policies indicated elsewhere

in

the catalog.)

Financial Administration

Municipal and Regional Development and

Management

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Nonprofit Administration

Master of Science (MS)

Master of Arts (MA) Programs leading to the degree of Master of Arts are offered

in

the

Programs leading to the degree of Master of Science are offered the following areas:

following areas:

Athletic Training

English

Concentration: Creative Writing

Psychology

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Computer Science

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School of Graduate Studies

Criminal Justice

Educational Leadership

School Counseling

Concentrations: Administration of Justice

Educator Licensure

Crime and Corrections Physical Education

All

candidates for Massachusetts Educator Licensure are advised to

Concentrations.

check with

Adapted

Education and Allied Studies offices regarding proposed regulations

Physical Education

their licensure

progrann.

Performance and Health Fitness

Programs designed to lead to the licensure of educators are

Strength and Conditioning

able to qualified persons

Master of Science The Master of Science in

education departments or the School of

changes which may have an impact on

Applied Kinesiology

Human

their individual

in

in

Management (MS)

Management degree

who

are interested in

who have

one of the

avail-

earned a bachelor's degree and

licenses listed.

offers concentrations

To be

the following areas;

eligible, individuals

must be

officially

admitted by the School of

Graduate Studies and the School of Education and

Allied Studies to

an appropriate Postbaccalaureate or postmaster's licensure program

Accounting

or to

Marketing

an appropriate Master of Arts programs

tion program. All of the

Organization Development

in

Teaching or Master of Educa-

listed

have been approved by the

Massachusetts Department of Education.

Technology Management

programs

Specific information regarding

Master of Social Work (MSW)

is

provided

in this

catalog

under the School of Education and Allied Studies and appropriate departmental descriptions. For additional details regarding licensure

Certificate of

Advanced Graduate Study

(CAGS) A program

program procedures and requirements, students should contact the appropriate program coordinator

leading to the

CAGS

Education

in

is

offered in the follow-

ing areas:

Educator Licensure Programs: Administrator of Special Education

Educational Leadership

Early

Mental Health Counseling

levels)

Disabilities (PreK-2)

Reading

Elementary (1-6)

School Counseling

Instructional

Technology

Reading Specialist

DoaoR OF Education (EdD) A collaborative CAGS/EdD program is offered tional Leadership

(all

Childhood Teacher of Students with or without

and Reading with the

(all

(all

levels)

levels)

School Social Worker/School Adjustment Counselor in

the areas of Educa-

University of Massachusetts-

School Business Administrator

(all

(all

levels)

levels)

School Guidance Counselor (PreK-8)

Lowell.

School Guidance Counselor (5-12) School Principal/Assistant Principal (PreK-6)

POSTBACCALAUREATE LICENSURE PROGRAMS Postbaccalaureate licensure programs leading to

initial

School Principal/Assistant Principal (5-8)

licensure are

School Principal/Assistant Principal (9-12) offered

in

the following areas: Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

Supen/isor/Direaor Early

(all

(all

levels)

levels)

Childhood Education Teacher of Biology (5-8)

Educational Leadership (LEAD)

Teacherof Biology (8-12)

Elementary Education Health (Health, Family and

Consumer

Sciences)

Teacher of Chemistry (5-8)

Physical Education

Teacher of Chemistry (8-12)

Secondary Education (Middle School/High

Teacher of Dance

(all

levels)

Teacher of Earth Science (5-8)

School/PreK-1 2 Specialist) Special Education

Teacher of Earth Science (8-12) Teacher of English (5-8)

Postmaster's Licensure Programs

Teacher of English (8-12)

Postmaster's licensure programs are offered

Teacher of Health/Family and Consumer Sciences

in

the following areas:

(all

levels)

Teacher of History (5-8)

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


School of Graduate BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Teacher of History (8-12)

Applicants must meet the following

Teacher of MathematiG (5-8)

by the School of Graduate Studies and School of Education and

Teacher of Mathematics (8-12)

Allied Studies:

Teacher of Music

(all

A 2.8

levels)

• Three

Teacher of Physical Education (PreK-8)

undergraduate GPA. (3)

appropriate letters of recommendation. At least one

recommendation should be an academic reference from

letter of

Teacher of Physical Education (5-12)

order to be admitted

criteria in

a professor

Teacher of Physics (5-8)

A qualifying

Teacher of Physics (8-1 2)

score on the Communication and Literacy

Skills

por-

tion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure® (MTEL).

Teacher of Students with Moderate

Disabilities (PreK-8)

Teacher of Students with Moderate

Disabilities (5-12)

• Teacher of Students with Severe

Official transcripts of

undergraduate and graduate course work.

Disabilities (all levels)

Please note that admission decisions to Postbaccalaureate programs

Teacher of Theater

(all

levels)

made on

are

Teacher of Visual Art (PreK-8)

a rolling basis

when

applications are submitted

viflthin

a reasonable timeframe prior to the start of an academic semester

Teacher of Visual Art (5-1 2)

Candidates Note: All graduate students seeking licensure and enrolling level

courses

officially

in

in

upper-

the School of Eduation and Allied Studies must be

accepted by the School of Graduate Studies and the School of

who

are applying for a license

a

in

field in

which

they did not major are subject to a review of their course back-

ground in

in

the license area; additional courses

may be

required

the content area.

Education and Allied Studies.

Accelerated Postbaccalaureate Licensure

Graduate Certificate Programs Graduate

certificate

are interested in

in

programs are available

obtaining certain basic

for students

skills

who

and competencies

a particular area of study Admission to graduate certificate

programs

is

limited to students

ate degree. Courses completed

may be

who in

have an earned baccalaure-

graduate

certificate

programs

applied to degree programs as long as they satisfy certain

Program (APB) Students seeking admission to the accelerated postbaccalaureate licensure

tial

institution of acceptable standing.

recommendation of the APB coordinator The coordinator will base

effective teacher

certificate

Candidates for the APB program

be admitted by the School of Graduate Studies based upon the

will

the admission recommendation on the candidate's potential to be an

transfer guidelines.

Graduate

ini-

program must hold a bachelor's degree from a four-year

programs are offered

in

the following areas:

• •

Accounting

A 2.8 undergraduate GPA. Content competence demonstrated by a passing score on the subject matter test portion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator

Finance Information Systems Instructional

Licensure® (MTEL).

Management

Note: Candidates

Technology

who are applying for a license

in

a

field in

which they did not major are subject to a review of their course

Management Marketing

based upon multiple indicators including, but not

limited to, the following;

background

Management

in

the license area; additional content courses

may be

required to be completed prior to admission.

For application materials tificate

and information on graduate

• cer-

GRADUATE ADMISSIONS

Literacy skills por-

tion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure® (MTEL).

programs, contact the School of Graduate Studies at

508.531.1323.

A qualifying score on the Communication and

Resume.

Experience with youth at the licensure

level.

Applicants to the Accelerated Postbaccalaureate (APB) licensure

program should

refer to the

"Secondary Education and Professional

Programs" section of this catalog

for

admission

criteria.

Admission Standards Master of Arts

in

Teaching (MAT)

Postbaccalaureate Licensure Programs

Students seeking admission to the Master of Arts

Students seeking admission to a postbaccalaureate

program must hold a bachelor's degree from a four-year

initial

program must hold a bachelor's degree from a four-year of acceptable standing.

licensure

institution

in

Teaching degree institution

MAT program is designed for high school and middle school teachers who have an initial license and are seek-

of acceptable standing. The

ing a professional license in the

Commonwealth

of Massachusetts.


bSc

School of Graduate Studies

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Applicants must meet the following

order to be admitted by

criteria in

A 2.5 undergraduate GPA based upon four years of work or a 2.75

the School of Graduate Studies:

undergraduate

A 2.75 undergraduate GPA based upon four years of work or a 3.0 GPA based upon work completed

undergraduate

during the junior

A composite score of 600 to 899 on the quantitative and verbal

A rating of least 2 on three letters of recommendation (1

and senior years. •

parts of the

A composite score of 900 on the quantitative and verbal parts of theGRE General Test.

An

initial

letters of

(at least

two

recommendation should be from professors and the

recommendation could be from a professional employer).

• Applicants not holding a bachelor's degree

in

of

letters

of

third letter

will

the content area

Skills

MAT are subject to a transaipt review by the

be required as program prerequisites.

initial

need

licensure

Literacy

portion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure''''^

Some programs may require additional MTEL®.

(MTEL). refer to

Please

the appropriate departmental sertion of this catalog.

• Applicants not holding a bachelor's degree

in

the content area

MAT are subject to a transcript review to

management,

certain education programs)

as program prerequisites.

(including counselcriminal justice,

have additional admis-

sion requirements, which are outlined in the appropriate departmental

letter

determine v\/hether additional content course work will be required

number of graduate programs

ing, psychology, public administration,

work and

being the

recommendation

on the Communication and

to provide a qualifying score

Master's Degree Programs

social

letters of

recommendation could be from a professional employer.

being pursued for the

Please note that a

two

• Candidates for education programs leading to

academic department to determine whether additional content course work

General Test.

should be academic references from professors and the third

recommendation

of

being pursued for the

GRE

highest rating on the scale). At least

teaching license.

• Three appropriate

GPA based upon work completed during the junior

and senior years.

Conditions that must be met to

move from

• Students must meet with their advisers

sections of this catalog.

conditional to

full

gradu-

ate student status include:

who will recommend three

graduate courses that must be taken through Bridgewater State College after conditional admission to the program.

Students seeking admission to a program leading to a master's

degree must hold a bachelor's degree from a four-year of acceptable standing. (College seniors

institution

may be admitted on

• Students must attain a

GPA of at least 3.0 after completion

of the

three required courses.

a

conditional basis, pending receipt of their degree.) Master's degree

applicants must

admit"

meet the following

graduate student

(full

aiteria in order to receive a "clear

If

students attain a

they

status):

will

earn a •

A 2.75 undergraduate GPA based upon four years of work or a 3.0 GPA based upon work completed

undergraduate

Programs

Most programs tive

and verbal

initial

parts of the

the junior and

in

licensure.

require a composite score of

quantita-

Please consult the

appropriate departmental section of the catalog. The Master of Science

in

Management program

requires a

Students seeking admission to a postmaster's program must hold a

GMAT score of 450 or

following criteria

and must meet the

order to be admitted by the School of Graduate

Studies:

A graduate GPA of 3.0.

Three appropriate

letters of

recommendation

(at least

of recommendation should be from professors

A rating of

(on part IV) on three letters of recommendation

1

being the highest rating on the scale). At least

two

ommendation should be academic references from

(1

letters of rec-

• Candidates for education programs leading to

and

professors

two

letters

and the third

letter

of recommendation could be from a professional employer).

to provide qualifying scores

the third letter of recommendation could be from a professional Skills

employer.

initial

licensure

on the Communication and

need

Literacy

portion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure®

(MTEL).

• Candidates for education programs leading to to provide a qualifying score Skills

in

higher.

be

Postmaster's Licensure

master's degree from an accredited institution

900 on the

GRE General Test.

students do not

the junior and

in

CAGS AND GPA based upon work completed

If

subjea to academic dismissal.

A 2.8 undergraduate GPA based upon four years of work or a 3.0 undergraduate

status.

GPA of at least 3.0 after completing the courses, they will

senior years.

senior years for programs leading to

GPA of at least 3.0 after completing the courses,

be moved to full graduate student

initial

licensure

on the Communication and

need

Literacy

Appucation Procedures

portion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure® For

(MTEL).

Some programs may require additional MTEL®. Please

refer to the appropriate

departmental section of this catalog.

most programs the School of Graduate Studies admits students

for the

An

fall

and spring semesters and summer sessions of each

application

is

not complete unless

all

year.

of the appropriate docu-

ments have been received by the School of Graduate Studies on or Applicants

who do not meet the

sidered for a

"

"clear admit" status will be con-

conditional acceptance"

if

before the appropriate application deadline:

they meet the following

aiteria:

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version

of this catalog.

65


9

School of Graduate Studies

February

1

February

1

Social

Work fall semester admission

March

1

Psychology

March

1

Counselor Education

May

1

5

Fall

October

1

October

1

including grade results, from each school attended sent directly

Summer session admission

5

fall

to the School of Graduate Studies. Graduates of Bridgewater

semester admission fall

State College

semester admission

and persons who have taken non-degree aedit

at the college should request the Registrar's Office to send tran-

semester admission

scripts to the

School of Graduate Studies.

Spring semester admission

who

have successfully completed graduate courses,

Counselor Education spring semester

Applicants

admission

as well as those

Postbaccalaureate and accelerated postbaccalaureate programs have "rolling admission," accepting applications at

sonable time frame prior to the

start of

in

who hold

must fulfill

calaureate,

all

a degree(s)

in

addition to the bac-

application requirements as set forth

the college catalog. The successful completion of graduate

courses prior to application shall not obligate the academic

anytime, within a rea-

department or the School of Graduate Studies to recommend

an academic semester.

an applicant for acceptance. Applicants

who have questions

regarding graduate application

procedures and deadlines should contact the School of Graduate Studies at 508.53

1

.1

261 or 508.53 1 .2490.

make

of graduate students to

certain that

all

3.

documents

application

recommendation

letters of

recommendation are required

with the exception of the Master of Science

degree program, which requires two

are received on time. Applicants should indicate a specific degree or licensure

Letters of Three

the responsibility

It is

in

letters of

for

all

programs

Management recommendation.

program (and also the area of study) when they request Candidates

application forms.

for the master's

degree

in

counselor eduation

should consult that program's section of this catalog for specific Certain programs require a formal interview with the program

instruction

about

letters of

recommendation.

coordinator. Please consult the department requirements presented in this

Forms for recommendations are available from the School of

catalog.

Graduate Studies. Applicants to a graduate program should material listed

below

is

on

file in

make

the School of Graduate Studies

the School of Graduate Studies.

Application forms with fee payments and

all

general, only letters of

In

will

provide an estimate of applicants'

other correspondence

programs

and application material should be sent to:

and MEd

in their

proposed

two

Bridgewater State College

who

graduate or graduate). The third

Library

Bridgewater,

-

Room

MA 02325

have taught. For

application

ments

listed

is

not complete unless

all

may be from

below have been received by the School of Graduate

faculty

administrators for .

must be from

letter

level (under-

may be from

for

MAT

faculty

appropriate

whom the applicants

MA and MS applicants, at least two letters who have taught the applicants

in

the

MA and MS letter

members who have taught the

at the collegiate level or

Studies.

1

letters

appropriate areas of concentration. The third

of the appropriate docu-

letters

to successfully pursue

have taught the applicants at the collegiate

must be from people

An

abilities

employers or school administrators

1

directly to

be accepted. These

fields or concentrations. For

applicants, at least

School of Graduate Studies

Maxwell

recommendation

submitted on these forms and sent by the reference

certain that the

applicants

from appropriate employers or school

whom the applicants have taught.

Graduate application form and application fee Graduate students should send the completed application form

and application fee

of

$50 to the School

of

4.

Graduate Studies to

For those

is

$

1

00.)

Checks

(ARB) licensure program

for the application fee

should be

made

programs requiring the GRE as an admission require-

ment, students are required to submit the results of the General

begin the admissions' application process. (The application fee for the Accelerated Postbaccalaureate

Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

Test. Applicants

must arrange

to have their official score report

sent direaly from the Educational Testing Service to the School

payable

of Graduate Studies. Bridgewater State College's

to Bridgewater State College.

CEEB code

is

3517. Photocopies and scores submitted by applicants are not 2.

An official copy of all undergraduate and graduate tran-

acceptable. Information relative to the

scripts

from the School of Graduate Studies or vwwv.GRE.org. Students

Official transcripts

must be sent

directly to

who have earned

the School of

Graduate Studies and must bear the seal and/or stamp of the issuing college. Copies of transcripts

and

transcripts

"Issued to Student" are not acceptable. Applicants

a master's degree are exempt from the

GRE

requirement.

marked

who have

5.

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

attended more than one undergraduate college and/or gradu-

Master of Science

ate school should arrange to have transcripts of

submit

all

GRE may be obtained

course work,

in

Management

applicants are required to

GMAT scores. Applicants must arrange to have an official


School of Graduate Studies

score report sent directly from the Educational Testing Service.

must

Bridgewater State College's CEEB code

550 from a paper-based test or 79-80 on the internet-based

is

351

7.

Photocopies

and scores submitted by applicants are not acceptable. Information pertaining to the

GMAT may be obtained from the

have earned a master's degree are exempt from the

GRE or GMAT Scores (dependent upon

Transcripts - All transcripts must be evaluated and translated

showing equivalence of

GMAT

requirement.

Language (TOEFL)

Test of English as a Foreign All applicants

from countries where English

is

not the

language also must provide scores from the TOEFL examination. Ordinarily, only students with

er-based total) or better

will

MA

(www.cedevaluations.com). World Education Services,

New

to have sufficient time to receive an

Applicants must provide a qualifying score on the

apply for an F-IVisa.

Literacy Skills portion of the

and

one month

com-

prior to the deadline in order

Initial

1-20 form

needed to

Massachusetts

Tests for Educator Licensure® (MTEL) as a graduate admission

applying to

letters of rec-

strongly suggested that international students submit a

(Communication and Literacy SIcills portion)

if

two

employer

pleted application at least

requirement

least

references from professors

for admission.

[Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure® (IMTEL)

Communication and

Inc.,

NY (www. wes. org), or another reputable agency.

Three Letters of Recommendation - At

It is

7.

degree by an agency

the third letter of recommendation could be from a professional

TOEFL scores of 2 1 3 (comput-

be considered

U. S. baccalaureate

ommendation should be academic

official

program)

such as the Center for Educational Documentation, Boston,

York, 6.

test.

www.mba.com. Students who

School of Graduate Studies or

receive a total score of 2 1 3 from a computer-based test or

one of the following education

pro-

ADMISSIONS DECISIONS

grams:

Postbaccalaureate and Accelerated Postbaccalaureate

(APB)

initial

teacher licensure programs. (Applicants to the

Accelerated Postbaccalaureate (APB) program must also

submit a qualifying score on the appropriate

MTEL® subject

AcnoN All

BY the Academic Department

completed applications are sent by the School of Graduate Studies

to the academic department in which applicants propose to concentrate. After

revievwng these applications, departments

make recom-

matter test.)

MEd and CAGS programs leading to initial

mendations to the School of Graduate Studies. administrator

licensure

All

MEd, Postmaster's and CAGS programs leading

MEd

programs leading to

support licensure;

initial

e.g. instructional

AcnON

teacher licensure

All

to

technology specialist,

Some programs may require additional MTEL®. Please

refer to the appropriate

8.

departmental section of this catalog.

may also be

special departmental requirements relative

to the application, such as an interview. Such requirements, any, are to

in

the School of Education and Allied

School of Graduate Studies.

AcnON

BY THE SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

The School of Graduate

Additional departmental requirements There

the Educator Licensure Office

Studies. After reviewing these applications, decisions are given to the

school guidance counselor

Note:

BY THE EDUCATOR LICENSURE OFFICE

completed applications of applicants seeking licensure are sent to

initial

tions of the

Studies, after reviewing the

academic department,

taken. if

be found under each department's description of its

graduate program(s)

Change

in this catalog.

in

Program

Any request to change from one graduate program

International Student Admission Requirements Students applying for admission to a BSC graduate program, who plan to

come

into this country

on an

F-1 Visa, will

following documents with the application •

need to include the

and application

Certified bank/financial statement attesting to the fact that

ment must show sufficient funding for one year of college-related and

living

expenses. Presently,

be made

prior to the deadline for receiving

to another

BSC estimates this amount to

must

completed applica-

tions as indicated in the college calendar. All requests are

subjea

to departmental approval. Students wishing to change programs

should request the School of Graduate Studies office

fee:

funds are available specifically for educational expenses. The state-

costs

recommenda-

notifies applicants of the action

review their

file

to determine

what

in

writing to

additional material needs to be

submitted. Appropriate aedits earned prior to a program change to the new graduate program with new adviser and program coordinator.

may be transferred of the

the approval

be approximately $16,256. •

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Score essary, in

accordance with English language

whom

English

is

official

copy of

results

skills).

(if

nec-

Students for

a second language will be required to submit an

two years experience

from the TOEFL, unless they have at in

an American college or

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

university.

Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program Planning Graduate students

who are accepted are assigned

advisers in the

least

students' area of study. Students in several programs are required to

Students

enroll in

the program planning course

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.

67


bSc

School of Graduate Studies

BRIDGETATER STATE COLLEGE

minimum

Planning (one graduate credit) as part of the

ments

in their

credit require-

program. Students should consult specific program

requirements to see

if

course

this

is

and

Students' academic and professional backgrounds

objectives are

of graduate study. Graduate students

CAGS program should enroll under the

degree or

into a master's

who have been accepted

direction of their advisers immediately after acceptance by the School

of Graduate Studies

and

prior to enrolling in

Studies.

is

designed for persons with

a wide variety of academic and professional objeaives. Students are encouraged to consult specific

MEd program

descriptions in this

catalog.

- A minimum

depending upon the program,

is

of

30 approved graduate

required for the Master of

Education degree. For program and course

details,

students should

consult the appropriate departmental section of this catalog. Degree

Students are required to have a completed copy of this form sent to

credits

must have the endorsement of the

adviser.

when applying to graduate. Licensure Information

- A number

of Bridgewater State College's

master of education programs have been approved by the Mas-

GRADUATE PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

sachusetts Department of Education for the licensure of educational personnel. Specific information regarding such programs in this

details regarding certification

General Requirements -A minimum of 30 approved graduate

(MA) degree. All

required for the Master of Arts

is

provided

catalog under the "School of Education and Allied Studies"

and appropriate departmental program

Master OF Arts is

in this

Master of Education The Master of Education (MEd) degree

General Requirements

accepted graduate students will receive copies of the Graduate

Program Proposal form from the School of Graduate

credits

information listed

Programs" and under the appropriate academic department.

aedits,

the School of Graduate Studies

MAT

any additional courses,

i^r details, graduate students should contact their advisers.

All

students should consult the

catalog under the "Department of Secondary Education and Professional

required.

considered during the planning and development of a coherent pro-

gram

details,

descriptions. For additional

program procedures and

require-

ments, students should contact the appropriate graduate program

credits

coordinator.

must have the

adviser's

endorsement. A thesis

is

optional in Master

of Arts programs. For additional details, students should consult ap-

propriate departmental sections of the catalog for specific program

Master of Pubuc Administration The Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree provides profes-

requirements for the degree.

sional education to prepare persons for leadership roles in public

The Master of Arts

in

in

Teaching

Teaching (MAT) degree

was developed

school and middle school subject area teachers license

and are seeking a professional

of Massachusetts. The

MAT program

is

who

license in the

public affairs.

Program

details are provided in the

"Political

Science"

propriate master's degree" requirement, which

is

DOE

licensure regulations. This degree

secondary school teachers professional license

who

program

have an

initial

Commonwealth

part of the criteria

most recent

will

also appeal to

General Requirements -A minimum of 40 to 46 approved graduate credits

additional

knowledge and a

Program (APB):

Initial

required for the Master of Public Administration

MPA program accommodates the

(MPA)

needs of both pre-

career students and in-career professionals by offering alternative

program requirements that take

into account students'

academic

and professional background.

Master of Science General Requirements - A minimum of 30 approved graduate is

required for the Master of Science (MS) degree. All aedits

licensure should refer in this section of the

catalog to the program entitled "Accelerated Postbaccalaureate

and Middle

is

degree. The

credits initial

catalog.

already hold a standard level or

and want to acquire

master's degree in the discipline.

Students needing

in this

for high

designed to meet the "ap-

for professional stage licensure, as set forth in the

and

graduate program section under

administration

Master of Arts

Licensure for Secondary (Subject Areas: 8-12)

must have the

adviser's

endorsement. A thesis

Master of Science programs. For additional

is

optional

details,

in certain

students should

consult appropriate departmental sections of the catalog for specific Level (Subject Areas: 5-8) Teachers." Students seeking

program and course requirements

for the degree.

licensure should also consult the section of this catalog entitled

"School of Education and Allied Studies" for information pertaining to licensure, admission to

and retention

in

professional education, as

Master of Science The Master of Science

well as important institutional deadlines.

in

in

Management

Management (MS) degree

prepares

students to apply systems thinking to managerial problems, direct

General Requirements - A minimum of 33 approved graduate credits

is

required for the

MAT degree, which

is

offered through the

Department of Secondary Education and Professional Programs and the academic departments of the college. For program and course

large-scale projects,

and lead people and organizations through

complex change. Program

details are provided in the "School of

Business" section of this catalog.


School of Graduate Studies

General Requirements - A minimum of 30

credit hours of gradu-

ate course work, including a core of five courses, three concentration

one

courses,

and one capstone

elective

must be taken

es

course. The foundation cours-

prior to taking the core or concentration courses

and may not be used to

the 30 credit program requirements.

fulfill

The foundation course requirements can be

satisfied

by completion

of approved equivalent undergraduate courses: a statistics course for

MGMT 500, courses in accounting and finance for ACFI 505, and in marketing and law for MGMT 506. Students concentrating

courses in

accounting

will

need additional

may call 508.53 1.1395

prerequisites.

Accounting students

or e-mail afdept@bridgew.edu for

more

information.

Master of Social Work The mission of the Master of Social Work (MSW) program

is

to pre-

pare advanced professional practitioners to address regional needs,

promote

and enhance the strength and

social justice,

resilience of

communities, families and individuals. Program details are provided in

the "Social

Work"

section of this catalog.

General Requirements credits

is

Students enrolled

in

the

required to complete a

Certificate of

is

of

62 approved graduate

Work (MSW)

degree.

MSW program for advanced standing are

minimum

of

35 approved graduate

credits.

Advanced Graduate Study

General Requirements credits

- A minimum

required for the Master of Social

- A minimum

of

30 approved graduate

required for the Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study pro-

gram. Courses taken for the

accomplished by students

in

CAGS may not repeat work previously either their undergraduate or graduate

degree work. At least one-half of the

CAGS

credits

must be earned

in

courses limited to postmaster's students (600-level).

Currently, the college offers a

program leading to a

Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in

in

Certificate of

Education with concentrations

counseling, educational leadership and reading. For details, stu-

dents should consult the counselor education, educational leadership

and reading program

sections of this catalog.

Collaborative

CAGS/EdD Program

There

is

a transfer agreement between Bridgewater State College,

offers the Certificate of Advanced

and the

v\/hich

Graduate Study (CAGS) (see above),

University of Massachusetts-Lowell,

which

offers the Doctor of

Education (EdD) degree. Further program information

is

provided

in

the

"School of Education and Allied Studies" section of this catalog.

Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

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School of Arts and Sciences BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Dr.

Howard London

Dean, School of Arts and Sciences

Anthropology Dr. Rita Miller

Associate Dean, School of Arts

Art Biological Sciences

and Sciences

Academic Departments Anthropology

Chemical Sciences

Dr. Curtiss

Hoffman, Chairperson

Art

Communication Studies

Dr.

Brenda Molife, Chairperson

Biological Sciences Dr.

Criminal Justice

Kevin Curry, Chairperson

Chemical Sciences Dr.

Earth Sciences

Edward Brush, Chairperson

Communication Studies Dr.

Jabbar Al-Obaidi, Chairperson

Criminal Justice

English

Dr.

Foreign Languages

Dennis Dion, Acting Chairperson

Earth Sciences Dr.

Jacek Sulanowski, Chairperson

English

Geography

Dr.

Ann

Brunjes, Chairperson

Foreign Languages

History

Dr.

Fernanda

Ferreira,

Chairperson

Geography

Mathematics and Computer Science

Dr.

James Hayes-Bohanan, Chairperson

History Dr.

Music

Leonid Heretz, Chairperson

Mathematics and Computer Science Assistant Professor Richard Quindley, Chairperson

Music

Philosophy

Dr. Salil

Sachdev, Chairperson

Philosophy

Physics

Dr.

Aeon

Skoble, Chairperson

Physics

Political Science

Dr.

Martina Arndt, Chairperson

Political

Psychology

Dr.

Science

George

Serra, Chairperson

Psychology

Social

Dr.

Work

Ruth Hannon, Chairperson

Social Dr.

Sociology

Work

Rebecca

Leavitt,

Chairperson

Sociology

Theater and Dance

Dr. Patricia

Theater

Fanning, Chairperson

and Dance

Associate Professor Henry Shaffer, Chairperson

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


School of Arts and Sciences UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

with the standards

in

the student's major

field as

determined by

the major department.

The School of Arts and Sciences offers undergraduate programs leading to the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in

it

offers.

Concentrations are programs of

study within the major with their

own

may complete

a is

study

field of

indicated on the student's transcript.

will

student

be awarded.

will

son or major adviser early

History

academic

in their

than the end of the sophomore

Cultural Anthropology

which major

career, but not later

year, in order to select a

major

certain that course selection will allow graduation

with the desired degree.

Military History

General Anthropology

Mathematics

Public Archaeology

Music

Art

Students should be aware that not evening. Students

Music Education

who

all

courses are offered

are only able to enroll

in

in

the

classes 4:00 pm

department chairperson

or after should consult the appropriate

Art Education

Philosophy

Art History

Applied Ethics

Crafts

about the

for information

courses required

Physics

Fine Arts

in

availability of

evening sections of

a specific major, concentration and/or minor.

General Physics

Graphic Design

Professional Physics

Undergraduate Minors

Photography Political

Biology

Science

In

American

Biomedical/Molecular Biology

Politics

Legal Studies

General Biology

Public Administration

Chemistry

the School of Arts and Sciences the following minors

in

specific disciplines or interdisciplinary areas are offered:

International Affairs

Environmental Biology

Psychology

Biochemistry

Actuarial Science

History

American Studies

Irish-American Studies

Anthropology

Latin

Child Psychology

Environmental Chemistry

Industrial

Professional Chemistry

Chemistry-Geology

Communications Studies

and

Art History

Mathematics

Psychology

Asian Studies

Music

Biochemistry

Philosophy

Psychology

Computer Science

Social

Criminal Justice

Sociology

Work

Community and Region

City

Earth Sciences

General

Education

Environmental

American and

Caribbean Studies

Art

Organizational

Medical and Health

Communication Studies

Biology

Physics

Biotechnology

Political

Canadian Studies

Portuguese

Chemistry

Psychology

Civic Education

and

Community Leadership

Science

Public History Public Relations

Global Studies

Geosciences

Communication Studies

Geology

Russian and East

Spanish

Computer Science

English

Theater and Dance

English Education (High

Writing

European Studies

Criminal Justice

Social Welfare

Theater Arts

Dance

Sociology

Theater Education

Earth Sciences

Spanish

English

Theater Arts

Dance Education

School, Middle School)

Geography

Environmental Biology

Urban

Ethnic Studies

Women's and Gender

Studies

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree programs allow students to select from a number of areas and provide preparation for high school teaching is

will select

decision regarding which degree the

Students are advised to consult with their department chairper-

and to be Anthropology

make the

department

subset of requirements.

concentration within that major. The completed concentration

Only students selecting the major

cases where students with double majors are eligible for a

BA, BS and/or BSE degree, the student

the areas listed below. Listed beneath each department are

the concentrations

In

(if

Affairs

Forensic Psychology

Geography Geophysics

secondary education

elected as a minor), graduate school, and fields of endeavor

related to the major area of study.

The decision as to whether to award the degree of Bachelor of Arts or the degree of Bachelor of Science shall be consistent

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

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School of Arts and Sciences GRADUATE PROGRAMS Graduate programs leading to the Master of Arts, Master of Arts in

Teaching, Master of Public Administration, Master of Science

and Master

of Social

Work degrees

are offered

in

the following

fields:

Master of Arts English

Concentration: Creative Writing

Psychology

Master of Arts

in

Teaching

Biology Creative Arts English History

Mathematics Music Education Physical Science

Physics

Master of Public Administration Concentrations: Financial Administration

Municipal and Regional Development and

Management Nonprofit Administration

Master of Science Computer Science Criminal Justice

Master of Social Work Additional information regarding graduate programs, including application procedures

be found

in

and academic requirements, may

the "School of Graduate Studies" and appropriate

departmental sections of

this catalog.

Departmental Course Descriptions See the "Course Descriptions" sedion of

this catalog for depart-

mental course descriptions.

72

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


Anthropology BRIDGEWATER

ists,

or

may

private industry. Students

in

select a

anthropology or general anthropology, or a BS ogy. Students

Professor Curtiss Hoffman

may

also

combine a major

in

BA

in

in cultural

public archaeol-

anthropology with an

education major.

Sandra Faiman-Silva

Cultural Anthropology Concentration Associate

Students taking the cultural anthropology concentration are

Professor:

Diana Fox

introduced to three of the five anthropology sub-fields along

with upper division area studies and topically focused courses.

Assistant

Cultural anthropology uses a comparative, cross-cultural

Louise Badiane, Ellen Ingmanson

Professors:

to understand

thropologists

Department Telepttone Number: 508.531.1799

and

and

culture

its

on

first

method

variations. Cultural an-

draw on quantitative and

research, based

Complex

Location: Burrill Office

human

qualitative data in their

hand participant observation fieldwork

interviews.

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Anthro Public Archaeology Concentration

Degree Programs •

BA

The public archaeology concentration provides the basic knowl-

edge and

Anthropology

in

training necessary for careers in contract archaeology

Concentrations: Cultural Anthropology, General

and to the study of

Anthropology

ing archaeological resources. The concentration relies heavily

• BS

in

Anthropology

cognate courses

and

federal, state,

local legislation protect-

on

geology and geography.

in

Concentration: Public Archaeology

General Anthropology Concentration

Undergraduate Minors

The general anthropology concentration introduces students to

• Anthropology

four of anthropology's five major subfields: cultural, biological, archaeological, and applied anthropology. This concentra-

The department provides a strong

curriculum aimed

liberal arts

at developing well-rounded, informed citizens with strong cal thinking abilities.

students, preparing

Department programs also impart

them

for a

criti-

skills

to

wide range of professions. The

tion will expose students to a

how anthropological ideas and methods are used to address human problems. Students will be well prepared to bring an-

department encourages students to continue on to graduate

thropological

study.

graduate program

Many department

faculty

members engage

in

research and the

department encourages student-faculty collaborative research. Students

may

laboratory work, and the department offers a

work

in field

to the

skills

in

work place

or to enter a broad based

anthropology.

Anthropology Major a) Cultural

also carry out internships. The public archeology

concentration requires that students participate

thorough understanding of the

breadth and depth of anthropology, with an opportunity to see

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

or

summer archaeo-

logical field school.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Anthropology Concentration

100 Introduction to

Credits

Cultural Anthropology

3

101 Biological Anthropology

3

103 Introduction to Archaeology

3

400 Seminar: Anthropological Theory

3

401 Research Methods

in

Anthropology

(Writing Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum

Requirement-CWRM)

3

LANG 300 Languages of the World may be substituted for ANTH 101 or ANTH 103

Note:

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science Anthropology, the

scientific

study of humankind, allows students

Plus

of other cultures. Anthropology

is

traditionally divided into five

sub-fields: cultural anthropology, archaeology, physical (or biological)

anthropology, applied anthropology, and linguistics.

A

major

in

anthropology provides students with an understanding of societies

and

cultures throughout the world. Students majoring

in

in

health care, social services and public

welfare agencies; or as teachers,

museum

3

206 Native Cultures

of North America

209 Peoples and Cultures 213

Latin

of Africa

American Peoples and Cultures

21 5 The Caribbean

216 People and Cultures

of the

Near East

anthro-

pology are prepared to understand and work with individuals from other cultural settings,

one course from:

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

to build cross-cultural understandings through an intensive study

curators, environmental-

Plus 1

1

2 of

may

5 additional credits in anthropology courses, at least

which must be at the 300

take up to 3 credits

in

level or

above. Students

archaeology or biological

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

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of this catalog.


.

Anthropology anthropology at the 300

above as part

level or

of

c)

15

this concentration

minimum

Total

credits:

33

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum Tfiese

of 120 earned hours

required for graduation.

is

in

Credits

3

3 3 Intensive

the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

3

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" sertion

Plus

"Undergraduate Academic

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

Policies" section of this catalog.

Archaeology Concentration

b) Public

100 Introduction to

Credits

Anthropology

Cultural

3

101 Biological Anthropology

3

103 Introduction to Archaeology

3

206 Native Cultures

3

328 Archaeology

of North America

of North America..

3

400 Seminar: Anthropological Theory

the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

ANTH 410

3

Public Archaeology

in

209 Peoples and 213

3

a cultural area from:

206 Native Cultures

Latin

^

of North America

Cultures of Africa

American Peoples and Cultures

21 5 The Caribbean

216 Peoples and

Cultures of the Near East

319 Contemporary Native Americans

409 Mesoamerican

and Cultures

Societies

Plus 9 additional elective credits in anthropology, at least six of

(Writing Intensive

one course

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

in

General Anthropology Concentration ANTH 100 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANTH 101 Biological Anthropology ANTH 103 Introduction to Archaeology ANTH 400 Seminar: Anthropological Theory (Writing

which must be at upper division

(300-400), one

level

in

9

each of the three sub-disciplines below:

3 Cultural:

Plus 9 credits of field or laboratory

combination of ANTH 303,

ANTH

work

332,

in

archaeology (any

ANTH 405 and

Direrted

Study or Internship)

9

Plus 3 additional credits in anthropology

3

Cognate requirements: Elementary Statistics MATH 1 1

I

or

ANTH 401

Research Methods

in

Anthropology

or

GEOG

3

1

EASC 100

5 Quantitative Physical

Geography 4

Geology

12

Plus four courses from:

EASC 101

Historical

305 Culture Change 307 Anthropology of

Religion

308 Anthropology

of Education

309 Anthropology

of Art

314

Women

in

Myth and Lore

31 5 Ethnic Experience

in

^

America

3 1 9 Contemporary Native Americans

322 War, Peace and Culture

330 Medical Anthropology 331

Political

Anthropology

340 Myths and Peoples 399

of the Ancient Near East

Special Topics in Anthropology, as appropriate

404 Seminar:

Culture and Consciousness

409 Mesoamerican

Societies

417 Seminar: She/He "Two

and Cultures

Spirits"

Gender

Cross-Culturally

Geology

ANTH 420 Visual Anthropology ANTH 426 Seminar: New England

EASC 194 Environmental Geology EASC 370 Sedimentology and

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

Stratigraphy

Ethnic and

Regional Communities

EASC 480 Remote Sensing

ANTH 435

GEOG 213 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GEOG 317 Air Photo Interpretation-Remote Sensing GEOG 332 Management and Presen/ation of the Natural

Seminar: Global Feminism

I

Biological:

ANTH 399 ANTH 405

Environment

INTD 350

Soil Identification

and Interpretation

for

Land Use

Special Topics in Anthropology, as appropriate

Forensic Anthropology

Or other cognates deemed appropriate by the department Total

minimum

credits:

52

Archaeology:

ANTH 303 Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

74

Archaeological Field Excavation

Prehistoric Sites in

Policies" section of this catalog.

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

New

328 Archaeology 332 Practicum

in

England

of North America

in Field

Archaeology

(3 credits)

399

Special Topics in Anthropology, as appropriate

410

Public Archaeology

425 Seminar: Problems

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

of

New

England Archaeology


BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

ANTH 216

Plus three additional, 3-credit electives in

anthropology, division level

two

must be upper

of which

Peoples and Cultures of the Near East

Plus 12 additional credits in anthropology

(300 and above)

9

Total

12

minimum

credits:

21

Plus one, 3 credit research or applied course from the list

below:

3

ANTH 303

Archaelogical Field Excavation in

Prehistoric Sites in

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

New

332 Practicum

England

in Field

Archaeology

355 Anthropological Study Tour

405

Forensic Anthropology

485 Honors Thesis 498

Field Experience in

Anthropology

Cognate requirements: Research methods course (choose one)

3

GEOG 315 Quantitative Geography MATH 10 Elementary Statistics ANTH 401 Research Methods in Anthropology 1

I

Foreign Language Requirement: A two-semester sequence of an introductory foreign or

its

language

6

equivalent Total

minimum

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

aedits:

45

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Double Major With Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education OR Special Education Students

may choose

a double major

in

anthropology and

elementary education, early childhood education or special education for licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials with suggested course sequences are available.

Anthropology Minor Anthropology minors are advised to take the following courses: Credits

Any two

ANTH 100 ANTH 101 ANTH 103 Plus

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Biological

Anthropology

Introduction to Archaeology

any one of the

ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH

6

of the following:

3

follov\/ing:

206 Native Cultures 208 Anthropology

of

of North America

Women

209 Peoples and Cultures 213

Latin

of Africa

American Peoples and Cultures

21 5 The Caribbean

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at

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75


BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Students interested

Faculty

teaching art must selert a minor

in

in

secondary education. However, state-mandated requirements

Chairperson:

for teacher training are subjert to change, so

Assistant Professor Brenda Molife

it is

necessary to

consult with Professor Dorothy Pulsifer regarding up-to-date

requirements. Prospeaive teachers of art are encouraged to join

Graduate Program Coordinator:

Professor Dorothy Pulsifer

the student chapter of the National Art Education Association.

Professors:

Roger Dunn, Mercedes Nunez

Art majors not interested

aged to

select a minor

major. Students

Associate Professors:

Jeffrey

who

in

an education minor are encour-

complementing

to their interests

and

skills.

To insure an appropriate selection

of art courses in the major or minor,

Leigh Craven, Mary Dondero,

Beatrice

St.

ment chairperson

A

Laurent, Donald Tarallo

Department Telephone Number: 508.531. 1359

program seleaion.

in

student majoring

must achieve a grade

in art

of C- or better

of the required courses within the art program, repeating

courses

if

necessary to achieve the required grade.

Room

100 www.bridgew.edu/art

Web site:

important that each

III,

in all

Location: Art Building,

it is

student work closely with his or her art adviser or the depart-

Ivana George, John Hooicer,

Magaly Ponce, Robert Saunders

in art

or art history will find a diversity of course offerings suitable

Asmus, Rob Lorenson

Assistant Professors:

their interests within the

are not art majors, wishing to minor

Students should be aware that typically there are additional

hours outside of class to complete course requirements and

Degree Programs •

BA

expenses

Art

in

Concentrations; Art Education, Art History, Crafts, Fine Arts,

MAT

-

and tools

for materials

required fees. Field trips to

New York

galleries in the region, in

Graphic Design, Photography

regularly a part of

Creative Arts

many

studio courses beyond the

in

museums, studios and commercial

art history

and

City,

at other sites are

and studio

and

art courses,

include additional costs.

Undergraduate Minors

A

gallery calendar of

|..

changing exhibitions

is

maintained

•Art

throughout the academic year

• Art History

Gallery within the art building. (One of these exhibitions

in

the Wallace

L.

Anderson is

the

student show, and art majors and minors are encouraged to

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

set aside their best

work

an adjacent

is

permanent

gallery

to submit to this annual showing.) In

a continuing exhibition of works from the

art collection.

These gallery

work that enhances classroom

Bachelor of Arts The Department of Art offers

artists six

concentrations:

and related

a generous

gift

art

facilities offer a

range of

instruction. In addition, visiting

programs are made possible each year by

from the Class of 1936.

Art Education Art History Crafts

Fine Arts Concentration

Fine Arts

ARTS 125 Drawing

Graphic Design

Credits 3

1

ARTS 130Two-Dimensional Design

Photography

3

ARTS MOThree-Dimensional Design

3

ARTH 20 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture

3

1

The undergraduate program offers a broad-based training

in

or

the visual

arts. In

addition to course work, internships give

first-hand experience in such areas as graphic design, muscology, exhibition planning,

and community

planning to pursue graduate study at

should

art

some

programs. Students

ARTH point

in their

closely with their advisers to select appropriate

process at the graduate

3

1

Art and Architecture since

ARTS 225 Drawing

940

3 3

ARTS 230

Painting

3

II

3

1

ARTS 240 Sculpture in

1

Architecture

careers

course work beyond the 36-hour requirements of the major, thus earning themselves a competitive edge

ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and ARTH 309 Early Modern Art and Architeaure

3

1

the application

ARTS 255 Printmaking level.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

1

3


BSC

Art

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE 1

One

craft

course from, but not limited

to,

Choose two,

the following

3

courses:

ARTS 270 Ceramics ARTS 273 Glass

ARTS 273 Glass

I

ARTS 290 Weaving

I

One, additional 3-credit art elective (ARTH 101 and

ARTH 102 do not

fulfill

I

I

One 300

level crafts

course

One 400

level crafts

course

3 3

3

this elective requirement)

Total

I

I

ARTS 290 Weaving

I

6

craft courses:

I

ARTS 280 Metals

I

ARTS 280 Metals

level

ARTS 270 Ceramics

minimum

credits:

Total

minimum

credits:

36

36

Core Curriculum Requirements Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

A minimum

required for graduation.

is

Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

Academic Programs" section

"Undergraduate Academic

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

120 earned hours

specified in the "Undergraduate

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

of

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

for graduation.

Policies" section of this catalog.

Policies" section of this catalog.

Art History Concentration Graphic Design Concentration

Credits

ARTS 125 Drawing

Credits 3

1

3

ARTS 130 Two-Dimensional Design

3

ARTS 130Two-Dimensional Design

3

ARTS 140Three-Dimensional Design

3

ARTS UOThree-Dimensional Design

3

ARTH 201

3

3

ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

3

ARTH 309

ARTS 125 Drawing

1

ARTS 225 Drawing ARTS 230

Painting

II

1

ARTS 240 Sculpture

Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture

Eariy

3

1

ARTH 309

Early

ARTH 310

Art and Architecture since

Modern

Art and Architecture

3

Choose one:

3

ARTS 104

3

ARTS 216 Photography

II

3

ARTS 230

ARTS 362 Graphic Design

III

3

ARTS 235Watercolor

3

ARTS 255 Printmaking

1940

ARTS 460 Advanced Graphics

Painting

I

I

Painting

portfolio review, but graphic design courses

is

may be taken

with-

Choose one:

3

ARTS 240 Sculpture

minimum

credits:

ARTS 273 Glass

36

1

An

Policies" section of

tjiis

course chosen from the ARTS 200 or higher

the courses listed above or any ARTH

3

catalog.

3

ARTS 130Two-Dimensional Design

3

ARTS 140 Three-Dimensional Design

3

ARTS 230

3

1

credits in

200

level or

3 credits

ARTS 240 Sculpture

in

Non-Western

art history

3

ARTH 205 Asian ARTH 207

Art Survey: India, China and Japan

Introduction to African Art Islamic Art

and Architecture

minimum

credits:

36

3

1

3

Core Curriculum Requirements

940

3

A minimum

Issues for Visual Artists

3

ARTH

Art and Architecture since

Modern

6

from the following

Total

Early

ARTS 360 Business

ARTH courses

i

ARTH 309 31

higher

courses:

ARTH 208 Survey of

or

Painting

level

Credits

1

ARTS 235Watercolor

200

course or higher.

6

Crafts Concentration

art studio

level of

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

Painting

I

for graduation.

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

ARTS 125 Drawing

I

ARTS 290 Weaving

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

"Undergraduate Academic

I

I

ARTS 280 Metals

specified in

I

ARTS 270 Ceramics

completion of ARTS 260.

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required

I

based on a

Normally the review should follow successful

Total

I

I

ARTS 260 Graphic Design Admission to the graphic design concentration

and 4-D Design

Introduction to Digital Imaging

ARTS 361 Graphic Design

this review.

3

3

1

ARTS 260 Graphic Design

out

3

Modem Art and Architecture

Art and Architecture 1

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

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BSC BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies"

sedion of

ARTS 104

Credits

History of Photography

3

Introduction to Digital Imaging

ARTS 125 Drawing

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

this catalog.

Photography Concentration ARTH 218

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

and 4-D Design

1

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special Education may choose a double

3

Students

3

education, early childhood education or special education for

major

in art

and elementary

ARTS 130 Two-Dimensional Design

3

licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials with sug-

ARTS 140 Three-Dimensional Design

3

gested course sequences are available.

ARTS 216 Photography ARTS 217

Digital

ARTS 230

Painting

3

1

Photography

3

1

3

I

Art Minor

Credits

ARTS 125 Drawing

3

1

or All

ARTS 235 Watercolor ARTS 240 Sculpture

Painting

students wishing to minor

in art

should meet with an art

I

department adviser before selecting the remaining 3

1

ARTS 316 Photography

3

II

ARTS 416 Advanced Photography

3

Any ARTH course

3

200

at the

or higher level

minimum

credits:

3

ARTS 140Three-Dimensional Design in art

12

and/or art history

36 Total

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

Not open

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

minimum

credits:

Art History Minor

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

5 credits.

ARTS 130 Two-Dimensional Design 12 credits

Total

1

Choose one:

Policies" section of this catalog.

18

Credits

to art majors

ARTH 201 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

3

ARTH 309

3

Early

Modern

3

Art and Architecture

Select four additional courses from art history offerings at the

200

Art Education Concentration Students majoring

level or

above.

ANTH 309 Anthropology

of Art

and

PHIL 325 Philosophy of Art are other options within this

education must refer to the Department

in

requirement

and Professional Programs

of Secondary Education

12

for specific

Total

minimum

credits: 21

requirements and consult with the art education coordinator, Professor Dorothy Pulsifer, for additional information. Credits

ARTH 201 Ancient and Medieval Art and Architecture ARTH 202 Renaissance and Baroque Art and Architecture

3

ARTH 309

3

Early

Modern

ARTS 125 Drawing ARTS

1

of assistance in post-graduate

an advanced degree

in art.

or in the pursuit of

Contaa the Department

of Art for

3 further information concerning eligibility

3 3

1

and

application.

3

II

3

I

ARTS 240 Sculpture

employment

3

1

ARTS 140 Three-Dimensional Design

Painting

provides highly motivated art

3

ARTS 216 Photography ARTS 230

in art

majors with opportunities to enhance their academic program

through intensive scholarly study and research designed to be

Art and Architeaure

30 Two-Dimensional Design

ARTS 225 Drawing

Honors Program The honors program

3

1

ARTS 255 Printmaking

ARTS 260 Graphic Design

3

1

or

ARTS 104 Introduaion

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

3

1

Master of Arts The Master of Arts

to Digital

Imaging and 4-D Design

ARTS 270 Ceramics

minimum

credits:

in

Teaching Creative Arts

Teaching degree was developed for high

school and middle school subject area teachers

3 Total

in

39

initial

license

and are seeking a professional

monwealth of Massachusetts. The

MAT

who have an

license in the

program

is

Com-

designed to

meet the "appropriate master's degree" requirement, which

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

is

part of the criteria for professional stage licensure, as set forth in for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

SCHOOL OF arts AND SCIENCES


Art

DOE

the most recent will also

who

already hold

and want to acquire ad-

a standard level or professional license

knowledge and a master's degree

ditional

program

licensure regulations. This degree

appeal to secondary school teachers

in

the discipline.

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of the catalog for information regarding graduate

program

procedures.

Admission Requirements 1 A minimum undergraduate GPA .

of 2.75 based

)

upon four years of work

GPA A

undergraduate

based upon work completed during the

junior 2. )

or a 3.0

and senior years

composite score of 900 on the quantitative and

verbal parts of the

GRE General

3. )

An

4. )

Three appropriate

5. )

Official transcripts of all

Test

teaching license

initial

letters of

recommendation

undergraduate and

graduate course work

All

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

adviser

in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

is

described under "Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program Plan-

ning"

in

the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

Program Requirements GRPP

Credits

501 Graduate Program Planning

1

Education Core Courses

EDMC 530 EDMC 531 EDMC 532

The Teacher as Researcher

3

The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum

3

The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to

Advocacy

EDMC 533

3

The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction

and Assessment

EDMC 538

for Diverse Learners

The Professional Teacher

3

program

(final

course)

MAT

3

students are expected to have, or acquire

in

addition to

degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level courses, to

A minimum

of

academic area

be determined by the department.

18 approved graduate credits of concentration,

in

the

which meet the academic

and professional objectives of the student,

is

18

required

Successful completion of a comprehensive examination

is

also required. Total

minimum

credits:

34

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

79 catalog.


Biological Sciences

In

Faculty

addition to the broad array of biology courses, students have

opportunities to join biology faculty

Chairperson:

whether

participate in internships,

Professor Kevin Curry

research projects, and to

in

local, regional or out-of-

state.

Graduate Program Coordinator

The Department of Biological Sciences

Professor John Jahoda

is

located in the Conant

Science Building. The department has 10 teaching laboratories,

two

Hardy Moore

Professor:

lecture rooms, 3 faculty-student research areas, a biology

museum-seminar room,

Associate

a bioassay laboratory, an electron

microscope laboratory and the South Shore Herbarium. The

Professors:

Jeffery

Bowen, Michael Carson,

laboratories are well equipped to help students apply the

Donald Padgett

Patricia Mancini,

Equipment includes not

theoretical principles of their courses.

only light microscopes but also automated nutrient analyzers,

Assistant

microtomes, a microplate reader, electrophoretic equipment,

Professors:

Christopher Bloch, Joseph Burdo,

spectrophotometers and tissue cuture

Merideth Krevosky, Michelle LaBonte

there

is

close cooperation

departments, so that other equipment

Department Teleptione Number: 508.531. 1358 Location: Conant Science Building, Room 226A Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Biology

facilities. In

addition,

between the biology and chemistry

may be

shared.

Located on the three acres next to the building are a

20 X 80 foot greenhouse and the biology garden including a

pond

Degree Programs • BS

for aquatic plants.

laboratory and field in

The greenhouse and gardens support

work and are planted with specimens

of

Biology horticultural interest.

Concentrations: Environmental Biology,

Biomedical/Molecular Biology (Biomedical Area,

The location of the campus

is

a major advantage for conduct-

Molecular Area), General Biology (Standard ing field

work and

ecological studies. Within an hour's drive

Program, Teacher Preparation Program) • •

BA

of the

MAT

campus are such

diverse habitats as bays, salt-marshes,

Biology

in

sandy beaches, rocky shores, estuaries, bogs, freshwater ponds, -

Biology

streams and

rivers (clean

and

polluted), white cedar

swamps,

marshes, pine groves and hemlock groves.

Undergraduate Minor • Biology

The department maintains and operates the Watershed Access • Biotechnology

Laboratory and BSC City Lab located

in

the John Joseph

Moak-

• Environmental Biology ley

Center for Technological Applications. These laboratories

are designed for use

The department offers an undergraduate program leading to the

in

teacher professional development

environmental education and biotechnology and for

in

interdisci-

degree of Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts and a graduplinary studies by faculty

ate program leading to the degree of Master of Arts

The goal of the undergraduate program with broad backgrounds allowing for

is

opportunity to develop their

skills

and students

Teaching.

to provide students

flexibility in

choices. Students enrolled in the graduate

in

making career

program have the

and knowledge

in

more

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS The two versions of the biology major are the Bachelor of

specialized areas.

Science

in

Biology (BS) and the Bachelor of Arts

in

Biology

(BA). Each student majoring in biology will be assigned a

The Bachelor of Science program the

skills

is

and knowledge necessary

designed to provide for

employment

in

the

departmental academic adviser from

biotechnology, environmental, health-related, and teaching

both the BS versus areas, as well as providing a

sound foundation

for

BA

decision,

graduate or also important to frequently

professional school. The Bachelor of Arts permits the student to

explore personal interests

in

the faculty of the in

regard to

and selection of courses.

meet with the adviser to

It is

verify

progress toward completion of graduation requirements.

biology while developing the back-

ground needed to use biological knowledge

in

association with

a field such as sales, illustration, or elementary education. With careful course selection, this degree can prepare the student for

the opportunities listed above for the Bachelor of Science.

80

among

department, and should consult with the adviser

Bachelor of Science

in

Biology (BS)

The department offers a BS degree program with three concentrations: environmental biology, biomedical/molecular

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


bSc

Biological Sciences

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

biology and general biology. Within the biomedical/molecular concentration, a student focuses on either the biomedical area or the molecular area. Within the general concentration, a

All

BS students are

required to take a core of courses consisting of General Biology I

and

II,

Cell Biology, Ecology, Genetics

and Microbiology.

In

consultation with the departmental adviser, each student seleas

The Bachelor of Science

is

prepare the student for employment as a biologist tory or field setting, or for

CREDITS

BIOL 121-122 General Biology BIOL 200

8

l-ll

4

Cell Biology

4

BIOL 225 Ecology

4

BIOL 321 Genetics BIOL 428 Microbiology (Writing Intensive

additional courses that satisfy the requirements of his or her particular concentration.

Biology

in

BS students must take the core and cognate courses.)

Core Courses:

student focuses on the standard program or the high school/

middle school teacher preparation program.

Bachelor of Science (All

in

the Major Core

Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

4

designed to in

a labora-

advanced training at a graduate or

professional institution.

Cognate Courses:

CHEM 141-142 Chemical Principles CHEM 343-344 Organic Chemistry MATH 141 Elements of Calculus

8

l-ll

8

l-ll

3

1

The Environmental Biology concentration presents course

work

in

such areas as wetlands biology, biomonitoring,

freshwater ecology and marine

mammal

biology. This

program

or

MATH 151 Calculus I* MATH 142 Elements of Calculus

encourages students to use their biology electives to develop a diversified

background of

tives in other

interest

skills

as well as

departments to complement

and open future opportunities

careers. Cooperative

recommended their

elec-

MATH

152 Calculus

environmental

for internships

II*

or

and

BIOL 297 Biometry

programs with community environmental

PHYS 181 Elements

monitoring organizations such as the Taunton River Watershed

aaual environmental problems.

of Physics

1

4

II

4

or

Alliance allow students to gain praaical experience while investigating

3

II*

or

PHYS 243 General

Physics

PHYS 182 Elements

I*

of Physics

or

The Biomedical/Molecular Biology concentration

work

in

such

fields as histology,

immunology,

ogy, biochemistry, molecular biology

The two areas within

offers course

PHYS 244 General

and electron microscopy.

this concentration are distinguished

*

by

is

required.

MATH

1

51

is

preferred.

A

second

semester of calculus should be taken.

Physiology, while the molecular area offers

Total

the option of Animal Physiology or Plant Physiology. The biomedical

II*

Pre-medical, pre-veterinary and pre-dental students:

PHYS 243-244

their physiology courses: the biomedical area includes courses in

Human Anatomy and

Physics

virology, embryol-

minimum

credits in the

Biology core and cognate courses: 54

area prepares students for health-related pursuits such as

laboratory or clinical work, or health-professional schools. The

molecular area study

is

in cellular

designed for students

or molecular biology,

who

and

plan on graduate

for those

who

seek

a career in molecular biology or biotechnology laboratory

A student may not apply both in

Biology.

toward the BS degree

in

Biology.

BIOL 373 and BIOL 251-252

BIOL 280 may not be applied

work

or research. Biomedical/Molecular Internship opportunities are

available in local hospitals

Note:

toward the BS degree

and research laboratories as well as

Environmental Biology Concentration Credits

national agencies.

Biology core and cognate courses

The General Biology concentration

is

a broad program of

in

54

addition to the following:

biological study without defined specialization.The standard pro-

gram provides

a wide-ranging

background together with courses

that are tailored to the student's individual interests. The high

school/middle school teacher preparation program to provide the breadth of

knowledge required

is

meet Massachusetts educational standards.

4

BIOL 341 Plant Physiology

4

designed

for earning

Mas-

sachusetts teacher licensure and helping middle and high school pupils

BIOL 297 Biometry

Selea three environmental biology concentration courses (consult "A" below). BIOL Biology; BIOL

485 Honors

497 Undergraduate

Thesis;

Directed Study

in

in

Biological Research or BIOL

BIOL 498 Internship

Biology; or BIOL

elective

396 Research Problems

490

in

Biology; BIOL

499

Special Topics in Biology

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

81 this catalog.


Biological Sciences

ONE

only) can be used for only

(for a total of 3 credits

biology

9-12

elective or concentration eleaive

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

One environmental concentration elective course discipline is recommended (consult "B" below.)

in

another

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

specified in the

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Environmental Biology Concentration Internship/Re-

Biomedical/Molecular Biology Concentration

search Biology majors

in

the environmental biology concentration

should strive to qualify for a 3 credit internship or research experience (BIOL 396 Research Problems Internship in Biology, or BIOL

in

Biology,

497 Undergraduate

BIOL 498

Biomedical/Molecular Concentration:

Biological Re-

Some examples

search) as part of their concentration electives.

are volunteer experience through the Student/Conservation

Biomedical Area

Credits

54

Biology core/and cognate courses in

addition to the following:

Association, paid internships with regulatory agencies such as

the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection

BIOL 251-252

Human Anatomy and

Physiology

8

l-ll

or the National Park Services, or research with professional

investigators at Bridgewater State College. (An

internship opportunities

ment Web which

site.

may be accessed

expanded

list

of

at the biology depart-

Two Biomedical/Molecular Concentration

Electives

6

(consult "A" below)

Also consult the biology internship section

follows.)

Select

the

one additional biology

300

level (3 or

A. Environmental Biology Concentration Electives

seaion

(three courses from the following

courses)

list):

in this

4

elertive of

catalog for

all

any type at or above

"Course Descriptions"

credits) (see the

additional

300-400

level

3

BIOL 243 Systematic Botany BIOL 284 Invertebrate Zoology

BIOL 396 Research Problems

BIOL 325 Ichthyology

graduate Biological Research or BIOL 485 Honors Thesis;

BIOL 326 Marine Biology

BIOL 498 Internship

BIOL 327 Wetlands Biology

Biology; or BIOL

in

490

in

Biology; BIOL

Biology; BIOL

Special Topics

499

in

BIOL 328 Stream Ecology

3 credits only) can be used for only

BIOL 372 Animal Behavior

concentration elective.

Directed Study

biology elective or

Total

BIOL 396 Research Problems

in

BIOL 408 The Biology of Marine

Biology (3 credit

in

Biology (for a total of

ONE

BIOL 373 Animal Physiology

497 Under-

minimum

credits: 71

limit)

Mammals

Biomedical/Molecular Biology

BIOL 420 Limnology

Concentration: Molecular Area

BIOL 422 Biological Evolution

Biology core/and cognate courses

BIOL 423 Biological Invasions

in

Credits

54

addition to the following:

BIOL 425 Population Ecology BIOL 485 Honors Thesis BIOL 490 Special Topics

BIOL 341 Plant Physiology Biology (at least 3 credits)

in

or

BIOL 497 Undergraduate Biological Research BIOL 498 Internship

in

Biology (3 credit

BIOL 499 Directed Study

in

BIOL 373 Animal Physiology

limit)

Biology (3 credits)

Select three biomedical/molecular concentration electives (consult "A" below). BIOL

B.

Environmental Biology Concentration Electives

(one course recommended from the following

CHEM 290 Environmental COMP 105 Computer and

in

list):

Biology; BIOL

or BIOL

Chemistry

485 Honors

Their Applications;

An

Topics

in

for only

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Soil Identification

and Interpretation Total

82

for

I

Land Use

minimum

credits:

Biology; or BIOL

490

in

Biology;

Special

biology elective or concentration elective

EASC 240 Hydrology INTD 350

in

Biological Research

BIOL 498 Internship

Biology (for a total of 3 credits only) can be used

ONE

EASC 210 Oceanography

GEOG 213

Thesis;

BIOL 499 Directed Study

Introduaion

396 Research Problems

497 Undergraduate

71

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

9


Biological Sciences

Select

300

one additional biology

level (3 or

in this

4

elective of

credits) (see the

catalog for

all

additional

any type at or above the

General Biology Concentration

"Course Descriptions" section

300-400

3

level courses)

General Biology Concentration:

Standard Program A. Biomedical/Molecular Biology Concentration

Credits

Biology core and cognate courses

Electives:

in

addition to

54

the following:

BIOL 284 Invertebrate Zoology BIOL 320 Biochemistry BIOL 350 Molecular Biology

BIOL 341 Plant Physiology

4

BIOL 373 Animal Physiology

4

BIOL 371 Histology BIOL 375 Immunology

Three courses at or above the 200

BIOL 376 General Endocrinology BIOL 396 Research Problems

in

Biology (3 credit

limit)

this catalog for

BIOL 382 Comparative Chordate Anatomy

Problems

BIOL 430 Embryology

ology; BIOL

BIOL 435 Mammalian Reproductive Physiology

Topics

BIOL 450 Virology

Human

in

200-400

all

Biology; BIOL

level courses.)

BIOL 396 Research

497 Undergraduate

Biological

Research or BIOL 485 Honors Thesis; BIOL 498 Internship

BIOL 434 Biological Electron Microscopy

BIOL 472

level for a total

of at least nine credits. (See the "Course Description" section in

only

in

ONE

499

Directed Study

in

Biology; or BIOL

490

in Bi-

Special

Biology (for a total of 3 credits only) can be used for

9-12

biology eleaive or concentration eleaive

Genetics Total

minimum

credits: 71

BIOL 475 Parisitology BIOL 482 Neurobiology

Core Curriculum Requirements

BIOL 485 Honors Thesis BIOL 490 Special Topics

A minimum

Biology (at least 3 credits)

in

BIOL 498 internship

specified in the in

Biology (3 credit

BIOL 499 Directed Study

1

20 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

limit)

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the in

Biology (3 credit

limit)

Total

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required 1

minimum

credits:

70

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

General Biology Concentration: for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

of

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

BIOL 497 Undergraduate Biological Research

Policies" section of this catalog.

High School/Middle School Teacher Preparation Program Students preparing to teach

must complete

in

BS degree

this

high school or middle school in

biology and minor either

in

secondary education-high school (grades 8-12) or secondary education-middle school (grades 5-8). Successful completion

Biomedical/Molecular Biology Concentration Internship/Research Biology majors

in

the biomedical/molecular concentration

should strive to qualify for 3 credits of internship or research experience (BIOL

Problems

in

498

Internship

Biology; BIOL

in

Biology or BIOL

497 Undergraduate

programs

will

lead to Massachusetts

Some examples

Initial

partment of Secondary Education and Professional Programs" for specific teacher licensure

and program requirements. Credits

396 Research

Biological Re-

search) as part of their concentration electives.

of either of these

Teacher Licensure. Please refer to the catalog entry for the "De-

54

Biology core and cognate courses in

addition to the following:

are volunteer or paid experiences in a nearby laboratory or clinic;

internships with agencies such as The National Institutes

of Health, Jackson Laboratory or The

Washington Center; or

research with professional investigators at Bridgewater State College. (An

expanded

list

of internship opportunities

accessed at the biology department

Web

biology internship section which follows.)

site.

may be

Also consult the

BIOL 251-252

Human Anatomy and

Physiology HI

8

BIOL 341 Plant Physiology

4

BIOL 422 Biological Evolution

3

BIOL 382 Comparative Chordate Anatomy

3

or

BIOL 284 Invertebrate Zoology

EASC 100

Physical

Geology

4

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/cataiog/addendaJ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

83


Biological Sciences

The following course

is

Core Curriculum Requirements

recommended:

BIOL 490 Special Topics

A minimum

Biology: Bioethics

in

PHIL 215 Environmental Ethics

"Undergraduate Academic

Biology departmental approval to participate in the teaching

praaicum as

practicum,

provided

is

Minimum

biology

Any grade

of

D-i-

been repeated

Any grade

3.

required for graduation.

Academic Programs" section

of

if

in

the

Students

the following criteria are met:

GPA

and

of 2.8

a double major

and the Elementary and

or lower in a biology eleaive has

biology and elementary

Early

in

the biology department office

Childhood Education

been

Biology Minor A minimum

Credits

of 18 credits in Biology, including:

BIOL 121 General Biology

minimum

credits:

4

1

76

At least 14 additional credits

200

Core Curriculum Requirements

level

planned

in

in

biology at or above the

consultation with the chairperson of

14

biological sciences

of

120 earned hours

required for graduation.

is

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as Note: BIOL

1

22 General Biology

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

specified in the

of the courses at or

II

above the 200

may be

substituted for

minimum

Total

"Undergraduate Academic

Bachelor of Arts The BA degree

is

to use biological

Biotechnology Minor

Biology (BA)

in

designed for the biology major

knowledge

in

who

A minimum wishes

adding particular courses

BIOL 200

many

work

carefully selecting biology courses in

chemistry, physics

for

Credits

4

1

4

Cell Biology

BIOL 321 Genetics

4

BIOL 428 Microbiology

4

and

and mathematiG

beyond the BA requirements, a BA degree holder may for

qualify

At least 4 additional credits

in

biology from the biomedical/

molecular biology concentration electives planned

of the career opportunities listed under the BS.

BA degree

requires a

minimum

Credits

BIOL 121-122 General Biology

Two Two Two

biology courses at the

biology courses at the biology courses at the

200

300 400

consulta-

minimum

4 credits:

20

of 12 courses with the

following specifications:

Two

in

tion with the chairperson of biological sciences Total

The

18

of 20 credits in biology, including:

BIOL 121 General Biology

pursuit of a career outside of

science writing, scientific illustration, technical sales, or

company. By

credits:

Policies" section of this catalog.

Examples of such careers are elementary education,

a publishing

one

level.

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

biology.

Office.

elective with a grade of at least CTotal

A minimum

in

grade of at least C-

repeated for a grade of at least C-, or substituted with an

approved biology

may choose

early childhood education or special education. Appropriate

advising materials are available

or lower in a biology core course has

for a

D-t-

engage

application to

Policies" section of this catalog.

Double Major with Elementary and Early Childhood Education or Special Education

signified by the signature of the biology depart-

ment chairperson on the

.

is

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

PHIL 216 Values and Technology

1

120 earned hours

specified in the "Undergraduate

or

2.

of

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

or

8

l-ll

Environmental Biology Minor A minimum

Credits

credits in biology, including:

4

1

4

II

4

BIOL 225 Ecology

6

level

9

BIOL 122 General Biology

6

level

1

BIOL 121 General Biology

6

level

of

additional biology courses at or above

the

200

6

level

At

least 7 additional credits in biology

from the environmental

concentration elertives planned with the chairperson of

Cognate Courses: CHEM 131-132 Survey Note:

A

student

may

of Chemistry

Total

7

l-ll

not apply both BIOL 280 and BIOL 251

252 toward the BA degree

7

biological science

-

in Biology.

Total

minimum

credits:

39

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

minimum

credits:

19


Biological Sciences BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Honors Program The Departmental Honors Program

in

Biology provides an

opportunity for highly-qualified biology majors to study biology

and to conduct independent research credit. Interested

biology for honors

in

students should contact the Department of

Biological Sciences by their

tion concerning eligibility

sophomore year

and

Master of Arts The Master of Arts

in

in

Teaching Biology

Teaching degree was developed for high

school and middle school subject area teachers

for further informa-

and are seeking a professional

license

initial

who have an

monwealth of Massachusetts. The MAT program

application.

Com-

license in the

designed to

is

meet the "appropriate master's degree" requirement, which

Undergraduate Research

is

The Department of Biological Sciences provides the opportunity

forth in the

for students to participate in a true research experience,

component

increasingly an advantageous

is

which

part of the criteria for professional stage licensure, as set

program

most recent DOE licensure

regulations. This degree

appeal to secondary school teachers

will also

who want

already hold a standard level of professional license and

of undergraduate

to acquire additional

training.

knowledge and a master's degree

in

the

discipline.

Each semester, BIOL 396 Research Problems

in

Biology and

Students should consult the School of Graduate Studies section

BIOL 497 Undergraduate Biological Research are offered by faculty

members who

a small

team

and supervise either individuals or

direct

of undergraduates in a research project. Students

of the catalog for information regarding graduate

program

procedures.

are intimately involved with experimental design as well as data collertion, analysis

and

interpretation.

The course culminates

with a student presentation of the semester's work

in

a depart-

Admission Requirements 1. A minimum undergraduate GPA )

upon four years of work

mental seminar. These courses are often followed by a presenta-

of 2.75

tion at a professional scientific meeting. Research topics vary

GPA based upon work completed

from semester to semester as different faculty members

junior

direct

the research course; equally valuable training and experience scientific

ment

methodology

is

obtained with

topics.

all

recommends

of Biological Sciences highly

which adds a profitable dimension that

is

2. )

in

A

based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

during the

and senior years

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test

The Depart-

this experience

not provided by

ordinary course work.

3. )

An

4. )

Three appropriate

5. )

Official transcripts of all

initial

teaching license letters of

recommendation

undergraduate and graduate

course work

Biology Internship Biology students interested

in

developing a

experience through BIOL 498 Internship

in

field or

laboratory

Biology must meet

.

Prior

completion of at least 54 credits and at least two

Minimum

2.5 cumulative

GPA

overall,

and 2.7 GPA

4.

Planning, which

Planning"

in

the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this

Program Requirements

Prior

agreement of a

visor

and oversee the

faculty

member

is

in

biology. 3.

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

catalog.

semesters of biology at Bridgewater State College. 2.

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

adviser in

described under "Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program

the following criteria to be considered: 1

All

to act as faculty super-

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Credits

Planning

specific internship.

Submission of a completed internship application form to the department chairperson by the middle of the semester

preceding the internship.

Education Core Courses

EDMC 530 EDMC 531

The Teacher as Researcher Ttie

list

of internship opportunities

department

Web

may be accessed

at the biology

EDMC

3

532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues

to Advocacy

site.

EDMC 533

3

The Standards-Based Classroom:

Instruction

EDMC 538

and Assessment

for Diverse Learners

The Professional Teacher

students are

expeaed

3

(final

program course)

MAT

3

Standards-Based Classroom:

Curriculum

A

1

3

to have, or acquire in addition to

degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level courses, to

be determined by the department.

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at

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85


B^C BRIDGEWATER

COUiGB

STATE

-

18 credit hours of biology course work from (The student

once

if

may

among

1

Advanced

is

required:

same numbered course more than

take the

the subject matter

BlOE 51

graduate-level

the following

is

8

different.)

Biological Topics

and Techniques

BlOE 512 Advances

in

Biological Science

BlOE 513 Advances

in

Cell/Molecular Biology

BlOE 514 Advances

in

Biomedical/Physiological Biology

BlOE 515 Advances

in

Ecological/Environmental Biology

BIOL 503 Directed Study

BlOE 51

1

expeaed

-

BlOE 51 5

will

to develop a

(or other

approved course)

focus on outcomes. Teachers will be

knowledge base appropriate to

the subject matter and to develop the

needed

skills

and techniques

for laboratory or fieldwork in the field study.

Students

may

not take BlOE 500 level graduate courses

that cover subject matter that the student has previously

taken either at the graduate or undergraduate

level.

Successful completion of a biology department comprehensive

examination

is

also required.

Total

Master of Arts

in

minimum

aedits:

34

TEACHrNG General

Science This

program

is

inartive.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


Chemical Sciences and

Faculty

and special

industrial laboratories,

are encouraged to participate

social events. Students

research and together with

in

Chairperson and

faculty often attend

Graduate Program

professional meetings throughout the country to present their

Coordinator:

Associate Professor Edward Brush

Professor:

Frank Gorga

American Chemical Society (ACS) and other

research results.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Associate Professors:

Steven Haefner, Cielito King

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science The chemistry major, with a concentration

Assistant

BS degree. These programs are designed

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1233 Location: Conant Science Building, Room 318 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Chem

diately after graduation or after graduate

who

work

plan

imme-

a chemically

in

related discipline. Satisfactory performance (a 3.0 average or

any of these programs gives students the preparation

better) in

for students

a career as a professional chemist or biochemist either

Degree Programs •

biochemistry,

in

environmental chemistry, or professional chemistry, leads to the

Chifuru Noda, Stephen Waratuke

Professors:

required to obtain an assistantship or fellowship

in

graduate

BA

in

Chemistry

school. The biochemistry

and the professional chemistry pro-

BS

in

Chemistry

grams are both

by the American Chemical Society.

certified

Concentrations: Biochemistry, Environmental

The chemistry major (without a concentration) leads to the

Chemistry, Professional Chemistry

BS

in

Chemistry-Geology (offered

jointly

BA

with

degree. This program

is

designed for students

MAT

teaching, chemical or pharmaceutical sales, pharmacy, envi-

-

Physical Science

ronmental sciences or veterinary medicine.

program of other

may be developed

Biochemistry

courses suited to the individual's interests

Chemistry

consultation with the student's adviser.

The Department of Chemical Sciences offers programs lead-

Additionally, the

ing to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in

jointly

Chemistry. These programs are designed to provide the

pates

knowledge necessary to prepare students

skills

and

for successful careers

the chemical, pharmaceutical or biotech industries, for chemi-

cal research, teaching,

oceanography and environmental science

or for further study in graduate degree

department

in

in

maintains a suite of modern for both teaching

the Conant Science building and scientific

tion

may be found

instrumentation that

is

and research purposes.Jhis includes

should also enroll students

Chemistry

in

(AA), several infrared (IR) spectrometers, an ultraviolet-visible

Principles

spectrophotometer (UVA/is), and a luminescence spectrometer.

not decide

Other equipment includes a gas chromatograph (GC), a gas

until

chromatograph/mass spectrometer and a high pressure

nature of

liquid

in

any of the programs offered by the

1

51 or

CHEM 141 MATH 141)

Chemical Principles in

the

II

in

BIOL

will

1

21

.

CHEM 00 Computers in CHEM 142 Chemical 1

addition to continuing with

and the second semester of

among

calculus. Students

need

the various programs within the department

the spring of their second year. Because of the sequential

many courses

to the regular

Students, staff and faculty maintain an atmosphere of informal

I

semester of

the spring semester of the

In

normally take

required

in

our programs

students to consult with a chemistry faculty

chromatograph.

fall

their first year. Additionally, students interested in biochemistry

(NMR) spectrometer, an atomic absorption spectrometer

Many

this catalog.

enroll in

and calculus (MATH

first year,

interaction, both inside

in

the "Interdisciplinary and Preprofessional

in

Programs" section of

electrochemical equipment, a nuclear magnetic resonance

tory.

major

also partici-

preprofessional advising for students interested

department should

housed

It

medicine and dentistry or oceanography. Additional informa-

Students interested

is

offers a chemistry-geology

with the Department of Earth Sciences.

in

programs and profes-

sional schools.

The department

A minimum number

of chemistry courses are required so that a

used

wish to

prepare for fields such as medicine, dentistry, secondary school

Undergraduate Minors

in

who

the Department of Earth Sciences)

freshman advisers during the

we

member first

urge in

new

addition

year registra-

tion process.

and outside the classroom and labora-

students participate

which include seminars by area

in

Chemistry Club

scientists, visits to

activities,

academic

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

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as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

87


Chemical Sciences BA

Chemistry Major (leading to a

degree) Credits

CHEM is

100 Computers

(COMP 100

Chemistry

in

degree)

an acceptable substitute)

CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM MATH

All of

8

plus the following additional courses:

242 Intermediate Inorganic Chemistry

3

343-344 Organic Chemistry

l-li

8

381-382

l-ll

8

CHEM 290 CHEM 450 CHEM 490

4

BIOL 121 General Biology

141-142 Chemical

Principles

Physical Chemistry

461 General Biochemistry

151-152 Calculus

PHYS 243-244 General

l-ll

l-ll

I

(MATH 141-142

are acceptable

Physics

l-ll

6

MATH 141-142 and PHYS 181-182

8

are not acceptable as

minimum

3

Instrumental Analysis Special Topics

Physical

in

3

Chemistry

3

4

1

Geology

4 4

II

or

EASC 101

Historical

Geology

one course from the following:

Select

substitutes in the professional chemistry program. Total

Environmental Chemistry

BIOL 122 General Biology

(PHYS 181-182

47

the courses listed for the chemistry major

EASC 100

are acceptable substitutes with permission of adviser*)

Note:

Credits

2

substitutes with the permission of the adviser*)

*

Chemistry Major with a concentration in Environmental Chemistry (leading to a BS

4

BIOL 225 Ecology

47

credits;

BIOL 420 Limnology

EASC 240 Hydrology

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

EASC 250 Geomorphology for graduation.

EASC 350

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

Structural

Geology

EASC 450 Geochemistry

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

Total

minimum

72

credits:

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

Chemistry Major with a concentration IN Biochemistry (leading to a BS degree; approved by the American Chemical Society) Credits All of

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

the courses required for the chemistry major,

except

CHEM 242

44

plus the following additional courses:

CHEM 444 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry CHEM 462 General Biochemistry CHEM 466 Advanced Biochemistry Laboratory

3

BIOL 121 General Biology

II

BIOL 200

1

Cell Biology

3

Society)

2

All of

4

plus the following additional courses:

4

CHEM 241 Quantitative Chemical Analysis CHEM 444 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry CHEM 450 Instrumental Analysis CHEM 492 Laboratory Techniques MATH 251 Calculus

BIOL 321 Genetics

4

BIOL 428 Microbiology

4

One

3

of the following:

CHEM 241 CHEM 250 CHEM 450

Chemistry Major with a concentration in Professional Chemistry (leading to a BS degree; approved by the American Chemical 47

3 3 3 3

3

III

Quantitative Chemical Analysis

Instrumentation

One

Instrumental Analysis

the following: Total

minimum

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

additional mathematics course selected from

MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH

credits: 71

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

Credits

the courses required for the chemistry major*

3

110 Elementary

Statistics

I

120 Introduction to Linear Algebra

200

Probability

and

Statistics

202 Linear Algebra

316

Differential Equations

Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

*

"Undergraduate Academic

substitutes in the professional chemistry program.

Policies"

seaion of

this catalog.

Note:

MATH

141-142 and PHYS 181-182 are not acceptable as

Total

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

minimum

credits:

65


Chemical Sciences BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

Master of Arts

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

This

program

is

in

Teaching Chemistry

inactive.

General Science

Policies" section of this catalog.

This

program

is

inactive.

Chemistry-Geology Major (Leading to a BS IN Chemistry-Geology)

Physical Science The MAT in Physical Science

A major in

school and middle school subject area teachers

chemistry-geology

is

offered jointly with the Department of

Earth Sciences. (See the catalog section entitled "Interdisciplinary

and

tial

This

may choose

MAT program

is

Commonwealth

who

have an

ini-

and are seeking

of Massachusetts.

defined to meet the "appropriate master's

degree" requirement, which

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education OR Special Education Students

license in chemistry, earth science or physics

a professional license in the

Preprofessional Programs" for detailed information.)

degree was developed for high

stage licensure, as set forth

is

in

part of the criteria for professional

the most recent Massachusetts

Department of Education licensure regulations.

a double major in chemistry or chemistry-

geology and elementary education, early childhood education or special

Students should consult the School of Graduate Studies seaion of this catalog for information regarding program policy

and

education for licensure purposes. Please contact the Department of

procedures.

Chemical Sciences and the appropriate education department for further information.

For current information concerning

program requirements, con-

sult the Physics section of this catalog.

Minor in Secondary (High School, Middle School or PreK-12 Specialist) Education Students

may major

in

Chemistry and minor

in

secondary (high

school, grades 8-12; middle school (grades 5-8 or PreK-12 spe-

education. Successful completion of these programs

cialist)

lead to Massachusetts

Initial

will

Teacher Licensure. Please refer to

the "Department of Secondary Education and Professional Pro-

grams"

and program requirements.

for specific teacher licensure

Chemistry Minor 18 credits

in

Credits

chemistry.

CHEM 141-142 Chemical Principles CHEM 343-344 Organic Chemistry CHEM 100 Computers in Chemistry

1

and

and

I

8

II

8

II

2

or

one other chemistry course at the 200

level or

Total

higher

minimum

Biochemistry Minor CHEM 141-142 CHEM 343-344 CHEM 461-462

credits:

18

Credits

Chemical Principles Organic Chemistry

1

I

and

and

General Biochemistry

I

8

.'.

II

8

II

and

7

II

Total

minimum

credits:

23

Honors Program The honors program

in

chemistry provides highly motivated

chemistry majors with opportunities to enhance their academic

program through intensive scholarly study and research designed to

be of assistance

suit of

in

post-graduate employment or

an advanced degree

in

chemistry.

in

the pur-

Contaa the Department

of Chemical Sciences for further information concerning eligibility

and application.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this

catalog.


Communication

Studies

ies

Faculty

course work contributing to the major

students admitted

required for

is

all

2005 forward.

Fall

Chairperson and

Graduate Program

The minimum requirements include:

Coordinator:

Associate Professor Jabbar Al-Obaidi

Professors:

Joel Litvin,

Thomas

Nancy

Street

Arthur

Lizie,

COMM COMM COMM

Micl<ey,

Associate

One

Professors:

Jr.,

Susan

Nancy Owens Assistant Professors:

Jason Edwards, Bjorn Ingvoldstad

Instructor:

Nancy Van Leuven

One

One

to

Mass Communication

3

to

Communication

3

295 Communication Studies Research

BA

in

250

Diction

Public Speaking

260 Group Communication and Decision Making 270 Interpersonal Communication

3

395 Communication Theory 396 Mass Communication Theory and Research

of the following writing intensive core

COMM

in

the major:

3

495 Communication

(Writing Intensive

Communication Studies

3

210 Voice and

requirements

Degree Program

3

of the following:

COMM COMM

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1348 Location: Maxwell Library, Room 215 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/depts/comm/

220 Introduction

230 Introduction

of the following;

COMM COMM COMM COMM

Miskelly,

Credits

in

Studies Seminar

the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-

CWRM)

COMM Undergraduate Minors

496 Seminar

in

Media Studies and Communication

Technologies (Writing Intensive

• Communication Studies

in

the Major Core Curriculum

Requirement-CWRM)

• Public Relations*

Communication Studies *lnterdisciplinary

minor

groupings

in

electives: (18 hours)

from among course

Speech Communication/Mass Communication/Or-

ganizational Communication/or Public Relations (12 of these

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

elective credits in

COMM

150

110 or

may be

must be 300

level or above.

COMM 498 and only 2

Only 3 credits

credits in

COMM 18

applied to the major.) Total

minimum

credits:

36

Bachelor of Arts The department offers a

BA

in

Communication

Studies.

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

The Department of Communication Studies cooperates with several other departments for students

in

offering a Public Relations minor

wishing to explore studies which draw upon knowl-

edge and expertise

in

more than one

section "Interdisciplinary

field.

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" sertion

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

See the catalog

and Preprofessional Programs" and

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

consult the department for information on the public relations

Communication Studies Minor COMM 220 Introduction to Mass Communication COMM 230 Introduction to Communication

minor.

Communication Studies Students seleaing this program

Plus 12 additional credits selected from will

develop specific

skills

and

funaion of both communication studies and mass communica-

(COMM)

courses, of which six

must be

communication

at the

will also

have the opportunity to focus on course

groupings, based on advising and assessment of individual

needs and direction.

Note:

90

A

grade of "C" or higher

in all

300

level or

12

higher Total

They

3

3

as

well as a critical understanding of the general nature, scope

tion.

Credits

communication stud-

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

minimum

credits:

18


Communication Studies Minor

Interdisciplinary

in

The Forensic Society participates

Public

Relations This public relations minor

of the Department of

and

English.

It

offered as a cooperative effort

germane

skills

Students take courses

over

1

5 separate categories including persuasive, informa-

humorous speaking and is

Students petitive

honor Required Courses:

3

3 3

who have shown

society. Pi

commitment

to debate

membership

and com-

the forensic

in

Delta.

The Communication Club

communication

students for informa-

in

communication studies may also become members

Communication Association honor society

Lambda

Members

Pi Eta.

Communication

3 Microeconomics

Business Communication

COMM COMM Note:

Interested students should contact the department chairperson Studies, the

are selected on the basis of scholar-

ship and character.

Students

Communication

all

studies.

may

also receive academic credit in the department

for active participation in

Choose one:

of the Department of

open to

of the National

descriptions for

Principles of

is

tion/interchange on the professions related to the field of

Students

3

COMM 212 Announcing COMM 250 Public Speaking COMM 330 Business and Professional

debate

or,

forensics

- see

course

more information on the following courses:

110 Forensics Practicum 1

50 Practicum

A maximum

in.

Communication Media

of six credits in the

above courses may be

applied toward graduation.

Department

or the Department of English.

minimum

Total

credits: 21

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special Education arts

Kappa

a

elected to

3

Choose one:

Students

may be

speaking

3

Elective Courses:

Management

oral interpretation of literature.

students with or without previous

all

Credits

COMM 301 Introduction to Public Relations COMM 391 Public Relations Practicum MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 424 Advertising

of

to

experience.

courses, for a total of 21 credit hours.

ECON 101 ENGL 202

open

advertising, public rela-

marketing and business writing or elect presentational

tions,

in

Membership

to public relations practice.

management,

in

competition

debate, group discussion and individual speech competition

tive,

Management

Studies,

provides an opportunity for students to acquire

knowledge and

skills

is

Communication

in intercollegiate

in

may choose a double

major,

one

and sciences with a concentration

in

in

communication

communication

GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Arts in Teaching (Speech Communication and Theater) This

program

is

inactive.

studies and another in elementary education, early childhood

education or special education for licensure purposes.

Honors Program The honors program

in

communication

arts

and science

provides highly motivated communication studies majors with opportunities to enhance their academic program through intensive scholarly study

assistance

in

and research designed to be of

post-graduate employment or

an advanced degree

in

communication

Department of Communication Studies concerning

eligibility

in

the pursuit of

studies.

Contact the

for further information

and application.

AaiviTiES Several student clubs are actively tivities

engaged

in co-curricular

ac-

supportive of the academic programs in the department

SCHOOL OF arts AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

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Criminal Justice BRIDGEVATER

criminal justice

Faculty

justice

program to meet the standards

for criminal

programs designed by the Massachusetts Board of

Acting Chairperson and

Higher Education (BHE).The same standards are also affirmed

Graduate Program

by the Academy of Criminal Justice (ACJS). Program standards

Coordinator:

Assistant Professor Dion Dennis

emphasize the development of

skills in critical

thinking,

com-

munications, conceptualizing ideas, and understanding criminal

Associate

seven broad areas identi-

justice data. Students take courses in

Professor:

Carolyn Petrosino

by the BHE as essential for criminal justice programs:

fied

Assistant

4) Criminal Law,

Jo-Ann Della-Giustina, Aviva Glasner,

Professors:

and

1)

Law Enforcement;

Administration of Justice; 2) Crime Theory; 3)

5) Corrections; 6) Ethics;

and 7)Research

and Analytic Methods.

Mitchell Librett, Dina Perrone,

Richard Wright

Requirements: Kyung-shick Choi, Francis Williams

Instructors:

Web site:

Room 337

MS

in

Police,

CRJU 406

www.bridgew.edu/CriminalJustice

in

CRJU 331

Community and

3

Society

3 3

CRJU 354 Corrections

Degree Programs • BS

Introduction to Criminal Justice

CRJU 335 Criminal Law and the Courts

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.2107 Location: Hart Hall,

Credits

CRJU 201

3

and the Criminal

Ethics

System

Justice

CRJU 410 Applied Crime Theory

in

CRJU 420 Research Methods

in

Criminal Justice

CRJU 430 Analyzing Criminal

Justice Data

Criminal Justice

3 3 3 3

Criminal Justice Criminal Justice

One

Concentrations: Administration of Justice, Crime

course from the following:

CRJU 358 Race,

and Corrections

Class, Crime,

3

and

Justice

CRJU 388 Hate Crime CRJU 404 Media,

Undergraduate Minor

Justice,

and Crime

CRJU 425 Comparative Crime and Deviance

• Criminal Justice

One course from the The Department of Criminal Justice criminal justice

and a minor

in

offers a

major program

in

criminal justice.

Internship

discipline-specific curricu-

credits will

lum aimed critical

the

Department programs also impart

abilities.

them

for a

in

Criminal Justice (only 3

count toward the major)

tion, research, private

in

skills

wide range of career options

field of criminal justice or closely related fields.

options include positions

Career

the criminal justice system, educa-

treatment agencies and various state and

federal justice agencies. The department encourages students to

Elective Requirements:

Two

2

1

3 The Juvenile Justice System

CRJU/SOCI 227 Deviance and

faculty

members engage

in

research and the

department encourages student-faculty collaborative research.

may

Social Control

CRJU/SOCI 255 Juvenile Delinquency

CRJU 324 Law,

Many department

6

courses from the following:

CRJU

CRJU 323 Comparative Legal Systems

continue on to graduate study.

Students

Crime and Justice

at developing well-rounded graduates with strong

thinking

to students, preparing in

3

Critical Issues in

CRJU 497 Research CRJU 498

The department provides a rigorous

following:

CRJU 496 Seminar:

also carry out internships.

a Global Context

Theory and the Justice System

CRJU 325

Political

CRJU 332

History of Policing in

CRJU 334 White

in

and Society

Justice

Collar

America

Crime

CRJU/SOCI 339 Violence, Guns, and Society

CRJU 346 Criminal Procedure

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

CRJU 347

Restorative Justice

CRJU 358 Race, in

Bachelor of Science The Bachelor of Science with a solid background

92

in

and

Justice

(if

not taken

CRJU 359 Technology and Crime Control

Criminal Justice provides students

in criminal justice

Class, Crime,

the Criminal Justice core)

and criminology,

CRJU 381

Privatization in Criminal Justice

CRJU 385 Virtimology

enabling them to develop a broad understanding of crime and

CRJU 388 Hate Crime

the criminal justice system. The department developed the

CRJU 399

(if

not taken above)

Special Topics in Criminal Justice (3 credits only)

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


Criminal Justice

Credits

CRJU 406

Ethics

and the Criminal

System

Justice

CRJU 425 Comparative Crime and Deviance

(if

6

Required criminal justice core courses:

CRJU 201

not

Introduction to Criminal Justice

CRJU 410 Applied Theory

taken above)

in

Criminal Justice

CRJU 426 Ethnography and Crime Analysis CRJU 485 Honors

Choose one course from the following:

Thesis

PSYC 369 Psychology

of Criminal Behavior

Cognate Courses One course from the following:

in

HIST 496 American

Police,

CRJU 335

Criminal

CRJU 354

Corrections

Law and

3

Society

the Courts

3

Society

CRJU 2 1 3 The Juvenile Justice System

Political History

CRJU/SOCI 227 Deviance and

Social Control

CRJU/SOCI 255 Juvenile Delinquency

PHIL 322 Philosophy of Law PHIL 403 Ethics and Action

CRJU 323 Comparative Legal Systems

POLI 285 Law and the Judicial Process

CRJU 324 Law, Justice and

POLI/ECON 340 Law and Economics POLI 341 Constitutional Law and

The Powers of

Politics:

POLI 342 Constitutional Law and

The

Politics:

Politics: Liberty

Political

CRJU 332

History of Policing in

Theory and the Justice System

Law and

CRJU 346

Criminal Procedure Restorative Justice

CRJU 381

Rights of the Accused

POLI 389 Racial

Politics in

PSYC 369 Psychology

of Criminal Behavior

and

Justice

Privatization in Criminal Justice

CRJU 385 Victimology

the United States

aken as a Criminal Justice

Class, Crime,

CRJU 359 Technology and Crime Control

The

Politics:

America

Crime

Collar

CRJU 347

CRJU 358 Race,

and Equality POLI 344 Constitutional

a Global Context

CRJU/SOCI 339 Violence, Guns, and Society

First

Amendment Law and

in

Society

CRJU 325

CRJU/SOCI 334 White

Government

POLI 343 Constitutional

9

Criminal Justice electives (choose any three courses):

ECON 325 The Economy of Crime HEAL 405 Drugs

Community and

CRJU 331

(if

CRJU 388 Hate Crime

not

CRJU 399

elective)

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology

CRJU 404 Media,

PSYC 474

CRJU 425 Comparative Crime and Deviance

Forensic Psychology

Justice,

and Society

SOCI 310 Women and Crime

CRJU 426 Ethnography and Crime

SOCI 313 Family Violence

CRJU 485 Honors Thesis Total

minimum

credits:

39

PSYC 369 Psychology

Analysis

of Criminal Behavior

SOCI 310 Women and Crime

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

of

120 earned hours

is

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section of this cata-

log. For additional

ate

Academic

graduation requirements, see the "Undergradu-

Policies" section of this catalog.

in

aedits: 18

Honors Program The honors program

in

criminal justice provides highly moti-

vated criminal justice majors with opportunities to enhance

academic program through intensive scholarly study and

their

research designed to be of assistance

Note: The Bachelor of Arts

minimum

Total

required for graduation. These

Criminal Justice

inactive.

is

ment

or in the pursuit of an

in

post-graduate employ-

advanced degree. Contact the De-

partment of Criminal Justice for further information concerning

Criminal Justice Minor The criminal

justice

eligibility

minor consists of

six

and application.

courses (18 credits).

Overseas Study Opportunities The objective of the minor program of study

in

is

to provide a substantive area

criminal justice for students majoring in

complementary

disciplines such as sociology, political science, social

work, economics,

anthropology or psychology. Criminal justice education includes the scientific

and the

reintegration of the offender back into the community.

Students will

study of crime and delinquency, law-making, punishment,

in

the minor program are required to take basic courses that

provide a theoretical and applied knowledge of the discipline.

The Department of Criminal Justice urges

its

majors and minors

to study abroad, both via Bridgewater State College sponsored

study tours and as exchange students at universities. The Office of International

Programs can

assist students.

Any student

contemplating study abroad should consult the department with

all

pertinent documentation. Final acceptance of credit will

be determined upon receipt of ing material and, in

some

official transcripts

cases,

may

and support-

not be equivalent to the

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Criminal Justice

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

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credits

earned

in

The Master of Science

a regular semester or year at Bridgewater

State College.

-.-

Criminal Justice requires completion of

in

31 credit hours, including

required core courses (18 credits).

six

Students take their remaining courses from departmental graduate courses as well as up to

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

stone requirement that

Bachelor of Science/Master of SciENa Joint Degree

-

tion

Program

program leads to

botfi

offer

with either a master's

satisfied

and a master's project completed

comprehensive examinaa research seminar in

in

542 or CRJU 597). The department

criminal justice (CRJU

a BS and a

may be

thesis (6 credits) or a combination of a

Bridgewater State College offers a joint degree program. This 151 credit

two approved graduate courses

from outside of the department. The program includes a cap-

one research seminar each

will

year.

MS degree in Criminal

Justice.

The Master of Science

in Criminal Justice

Curriculum Qualified aiminal justice majors

have earned 90

credits

who have competitive GPAs and

may apply to the joint degree program.

Acceptance enables these students to take a combination of under-

Core Courses (required of all students): CRJU 500 Foundations

graduate and graduate courses beginning

in their

Students admitted into the joint degree program must complete

Science

in

criminal justice

programs

in

1

senior year.

CRJU 504 Seminar: Crime,

of the requirements for the Bachelor of Science

CREDITS

of Scholarship

CRJU 505 Applications

in

Justice

and Society

3

Crime Theory

3

all

CRJU 510 Research Methods

and the Master of

order to receive both degrees

CRJU 51

1

CRJU 512

Criminal Justice

in

3

Analyzing Criminal Justice Data Ethics

and

3

Policy in Criminal Justice

3

simultaneously.

This

program

is

Quinn

Bill

Additional Courses:

approved.

CRJU 501

Master of Science

in

Justice

Criminal Justice

1

and Process of the Criminal

Structure

System (strongly recommended for students

not hold a bachelor's degree

The Master of Science the knowledge and

Criminal Justice provides students with

in

skills

necessary to succeed

in

a variety of

professional positions in criminal justice or in closely related

Graduates from the program

fields.

will also attain

background and proficiency necessary completion of doctoral programs the program

will

in

and

criminal justice. Students in

acquire detailed knowledge of the seven broad

areas of criminal justice, learn about the role of information

technology

in

the criminal justice system,

become

do

CRJU 502 Research CRJU 503 Directed Study CRJU/SOCI 514 Theories of Deviance

the academic

for admission into

wrfio

in criminal justice)

CRJU 515 Criminal CRJU 517 Studies

Justice Administration

in

Crime Prevention: Understanding

What Works CRJU 518 Hate Crimes and Hate Groups CRJU 520

Violence, Crime

and Society

familiar with

CRJU 521 Domestic Violence

major data sources, and learn to carry out research and data

CRJU 522

Women

and Criminal

Justice

analysis in criminal justice. Students will also develop skills in

CRJU 525 Comparative Crime and critical

thinking and

in oral

and written communications.

dition to providing a solid foundation in justice,

centration

in

may choose from two

Administration of Justice

criminal justice

in

is

offered in cooperation

and Corrections.

Admission Requirements A minimum undergraduate GPA 1

.

)

upon four years 2. )

A

of course

of 3.0 based

work

may

CRJU 540

Test

Three appropriate letters of recommendation

94

to Police Culture:

Corrections, Crime,

An

Intensive

Review

and Society

CRJU 541 Community-based Corrections CRJU 542 Research Seminar

CRJU 546

Class, Race,

CRJU 550

Juvenile Justice

in

Corrections (rotating topics)

Gender and Crime and Society

Society

CRJU 555 Information Technology CRJU 597 Research Seminar

for Criminal Justice

in

in

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice (rotating topics)

CRJU 598

Internship in Criminal Justice

CRJU 599

Special Topics in Criminal Justice

undergraduate and

more information, contact the program

Justice

and Crime

Policing in a Democratic Society

graduate course work

For

Cities

CRJU 557 Advanced Research Methods

composite score of 1000 on the quantitative

4. ) Official transcripts of all

CRJU 527

CRJU 551 Law and

and verbal parts of the GRE General 3. )

CRJU 526 Communities, CRJU 530 introdudion

concentrations. The con-

with the Master of Public Administration program. Students also concentrate in Crime

ad-

contemporary criminal

the program emphasizes diversity

issues. Students

In

coordinator.

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BSC

Criminal Justice

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Capstone Requirement Either completion of a master's thesis (6 credits) or a

combination of a comprehensive exam and a master's project completed in a research seminar in criminal justice

(CRJU 542 or CRJU 597)

is

required

Other Courses: With the approval of the graduate may take up to two of these courses

coordinator, students or other

approved graduate courses:

POLI 501 Introduction to Public Institutions and Administration

POLI 505 Public POLI 51

1

Management

Program Evaluation and

Policy Analysis

Total

minimum

Optional Concentrations: Students must take courses

in

credits:

34

at least three

the concentration (9 credits).

Administration of Justice CRJU 515 Criminal

Justice Administration

POLI 501 Introduction to Public Institutions and Administration

POLI 505 Public

Management Total

minimum

credits:

43

minimum

credits:

43

Crime and Corrections CRJU 540

Corrections, Crime

and Society

CRJU 541 Community-based Corrections

CRJU 542 Research Seminar

in

Corrections Total

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Earth Sciences BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

mm

tarn

Planetary Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The

Faculty

student research opportunities

latter collaboration creates

physics,

Chairperson:

Professor Jacek Sulanowski

The research program of a

third faculty

undergraduate research opportunities

Graduate Program Coordinator:

tectonics with a focus

Professor Jeffrey Williams

in

geo-

which includes projects focused on earthquake generation.

on the geology

member enables additional in

the fields of petrology and

of both the Appalachian

and

Rocky Mountains. The department also supports research within the

Professors:

Richard

Enrigfit, Peter

realm of sedimentology and paleontology. This includes course-based

Saccocia

research projects involving both field investigations analysis of sediment transport

Associate Professors:

Robert Cicerone, Michael

and deposition,

and laboratory

particularly within the

coastal environment.

Krol,

The department has a long

Department Telephione Number: 508.531.1390 Room 308A

history of active

engagement within the

Location: Conant Science Building,

cutting-edge field of remote sensing and supports these

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/EarthSciences/

with both traditional courses and numerous applied research opporthe department has been selected as the only

tunities. In this regard,

Degree Programs •

BA

• BS

the state college system

in

Massachusetts to participate

the

in

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) sponsored

Earth Sciences

Joint Venture (JOVE) program.This distinaion led to collaborations

Concentrations: Environmental Geosciences,

with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory on remote sensing projects

Geology

Mexico, Alabama, and Southeastern Massachusetts and the Goddard

• BS

in

Earth Sciences

in in

one

activities

Chemistry/Geology (offered

in

jointly

Space

with

Flight

in

Center on bolide impacts. Similar research projects,

the Department of Chemical Sciences)

performed by both faculty and undergraduate students, are on-going

MAT

today.

-

Physical Sciences

The department

Undergraduate Minors

is

committed to providing undergraduate students

mXh

the opportunity to perform research

• Earth Sciences

earth science students are involved

• Geophysics*

work 'Interdisciplinary

in

a faculty mentor. Each year,

research

and present their

at professional conferences organized by both regional

and

national geologic organizations. These opportunities help to propel

Minor

our students into rewarding careers and excellent graduate programs.

The Department of Earth Sciences programs

in

offers several

undergraduate

the earth and environmental sciences. Majors

the BS earth sciences program

may

Modern equipment supports the department's

vironmental geosciences or geology. The

BA

or

BS earth science

programs may also be taken as a double major with education. In addition,

sional

a program

program

in

in

chemistry-geology, and a preprofes-

oceanography are

laboratory courses

available.

and undergraduate research

ment includes: (1 an X-ray )

(2) thin

Diffractometer with

seaioning equipment;

microscopes;

(4)

complete with a

new polarizing and stereoscopic

(3)

digital

camera and image

in

research. The department

includes faculty with extensive background

and experience

in

the

realm of field work, laboratory investigations, and theoretical work, including

computer modeling. This

riculum and provides their

diversity supports

a modern cur-

numerous opportunities for students to extend

an AS-I earthquake seismometer; (9)

miaoscope

analysis software; (5) a

(6) a seismic refraction unit; (7)

(8)

a Frantz Isodynamic Separator;

a 14-foot coastal research vessel; (10) a portable gamma-ray

spectrometer;

(1 1)

(12) a Sunsparc

a portable visible-near infrared spectroradiometer

20 UNIX work

workstation; (14)

GPS

station; (13)

a SunBlade

1

50 UNIX

surveying equipment and (15) groundwater

and stream water sampling/monitoring equipment.

education beyond the confines of the traditional classroom. Finally,

Departmental faculty collaborate with

demic

institutions to increase the

opportunities for students.

scientists

from other aca-

number and variety of research

One member of the faculty

is

a Guest

Investigator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. This

appointment generates research opportunities

for students in

expeditions. Another faculty

Resources Laboratory

in

member collaborates with

have

our close relations with the Department of Chemical Sciences

facilitated access to

more

specialized instrumentation used to

investigate geochemical problems. This includes

an atomic absorption

spectrometer, an ultraviolet- visible spectrophotometer and a gas

chromatograph/mass spearometer

marine

geochemistry, geology, and oceanography and includes sea-going

96

projects. This equip-

powder cameras,

a research grade Olympus polarizing

proton procession magnetometer;

The Earth Sciences faculty have a wide range of expertise within the geosciences and are actively engaged

curriculum, including

in

elect a concentration in en-

the Earth

the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and

In

addition to course related laboratory spaces, the department has

several smaller specialized laboratories to support research activities.

These include a well-equipped remote sensing laboratory, a

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


Earth Sciences BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE I

geochemistry and petrology laboratory, a fine particle sedimentology laboratory, for

and extensive facilities for the preparation of rock samples

EASC 410

Earth Systems Science

GEOG221

3

II

Meteorology

3

numerous analyses.

Earth Science Elective Requirement: Earth sciences faculty are using Bridgewater State College's

One

sophisticated computer

300, or 400

classroom instruction, including

facilities for

earth science elective course at the 200,

3

level

demonstrating and displaying Web-based and self-authored material

and models.

In

a growing number of courses, students

assignments online, and spent

in "virtual

in

some

may submit

courses, a majority of class time

classrooms." To learn more,

visit

is

Cognate Requirements: MATH 100 Precalculus Mathematics

the department

(or equivalent

passing

score on the mathematics placement test)

Web site atwww.bridgew.edu/depts/EarthSciences/.

CHEM

102 Chemistry

Everyday

in

3 3

Life

or

The department boasts an active Earth Sciences and Geography Club that sponsors both

Harvard University), regional national (Hawaii),

and

Students

field trips.

(Museum

local

CHEM

of Comparative Zoology at

I

3

(New Hampshire's White Mountains),

international (Canada, Iceland, Mexico)

may

131 Survey of Chemistry

Any one biology or physics course

also qualify for

Sigma

Gamma

Epsilon, the

national earth science honor society.

Not more than one grade of "D"

in

department, shall be accepted to

fulfill

the major, taught

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

minimum

specified is

41

of

120 earned hours

required for graduation.

is

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Earth Sciences Major Earth Sciences

credits:

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

in

the

program. Total

The major

in

the requirements for this

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

a solid broad-based program that of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

provides the student with an understanding and appreciation

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" section of

this catalog.

of the physical aspects of the earth and earth processes. Career

opportunities for graduates exist

government

service, industry,

and

in federal, state

local

with regulatory agencies and consulting firms. Teaching elementary, middle and secondary schools

Many

Earth Sciences Major Bachelor of Science

and environmental studies both

is

of our earth science majors have been

lowships at leading graduate schools.

in

the

Credits

another option.

Earth science core courses required:

awarded

EASC 100

Physical

EASC 101

Historical

In addition,

full fel-

the faculty

4

Geology

4

Geology

have an extensive program of undergraduate research, and

EASC 210 Oceanography

3

many

EASC 215

3

students have presented the results of their undergradu-

ate research at various national meetings.

Some

of this research

has been funded, and students are encouraged to contact the faculty

if

Solar System

Astronomy

EASC 240 Hydrology

4

EASC 250 Geomorphology

4

EASC 280 Vertebrate Paleontology

interested. Internships are also available for those

New

students desiring to prepare themselves for employment upon

EASC 320 Geology

graduation. Interested students are encouraged to contact the

EASC 400

Earth Systems Science

1

EASC 410

Earth Systems Science

II

earth science/geology faculty

Saccocia and Sulanowski

-

Drs. Cicerone, Enright, Krol,

- for more

GEOG

information about earth

of

3

England

3 3 3

221 Meteorology

3

science/geology programs.

Additional earth science course required:

Earth Sciences

One

Major - Bachelor of Arts

or

earth science elective course at the 200, 300,

400

3

level

Credits

EASC 100

Physical

EASC 101

Historical

EASC 2 1

Oceanography

EASC 215

Solar System

4

Geology

4

Geology

Cognate Requirements: CHEM 141-142 Chemical Principles and I

EASC 280 Vertebrate Paleontology

EASC 320 Geology EASC 400

of

New

8

II

3

Astronomy

PHYS 181-182 Elements

Earth Systems Science

1

I

and

8

II

or

3

PHYS 243-244 General England

of Physics

3

3

MATH 141-142

Physics

I

and

Elements of Calculus

II

I

and

II

6

3 or

MATH 151-152

Calculus

I

and

II

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BIOL 117 The Biological Environment Not more than one grade of "D" taught

in

BIOL 225 Ecology

for a course in the major,

the department, shall be accepted to

fulfill

BIOL 327 Wetlands Biology

the

CHEM 343-344

requirements for this program. Total

minimum

62

credits:

ENGL 201

Organic Chemistry

Technical Writing

l-ll

I

Total

minimum

68

credits:

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

120 earned hours

of

is

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" seaion

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

Policies" section of this catalog.

"Undergraduate Academic

Environmental Geosciences Concentration This concentration

designed to provide students with a

is

and

local

government

and

service, industry

and chemistry

will

the cognate disciplines of biology

prepare the student for environmental work

related to the detection

and monitoring of pollutants as well as

Credits Physical

EASC 101

Historical

all

of the earth science programs vwthin

with an

internal as well as surface processes. Career opportunities

and consulting students tal

work

and

local

Geology

4

Geology

4

fields as

government

service,

and environmental studies both with regulatory agencies

will

firms.

With the selection of appropriate

be prepared for government

related to the detection

service, for

and monitoring of

well as for remediation of affected areas,

for remediation of affected areas.

EASC 100

its

industry

consulting firms. The selection of appropriate elective courses in

this catalog.

this concentration provides students

for graduates exist in federal, state

and environmental studies both with regulatory agencies and

within the major as well as

seaion of

understanding of the physical and chemical aspects of the earth

geoscience professionals. Career opportunities for graduates exist in federal, state

Commonwealth,

the

employ as environmental

will

Policies"

Geology Concentration The most comprehensive of

fundamental understanding of earth processes as well as the specific tools which they

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

and

electives,

environmen-

pollutants as

for careers in

hydrology. This concentration gives students a solid background

graduate work at leading

universities.

4

EASC 250 Geomorphology

4

EASC 260 Mineralogy

4

EASC 350

4

Earth Science Major with Geology Concentration - Bachelor of Science

4

Earth Sciences Core Courses Required

Geology

EASC 370 Sedimentology and EASC 496 Seminar

minimum

in

Stratigraphy

Geology

1

in

geology and the cognate sciences required to successfully pursue

EASC 240 Hydrology

Structural

such

environmental geology mining or petroleum geology and

EASC 100

Physical

EASC 101

Historical

Credits

4

Geology

4

Geology

EASC 250 Geomorphology

4

with the written concurrence of the adviser. Other courses

EASC 260 Mineralogy

4

may be added

EASC 350

Structural

EASC 360

Petrology

Plus a

of four other earth science courses selected

or approved as substitutes

with approval of

the adviser

1

4

EASC 370 Sedimentology and

Minimum cognate requirements

MATH 141-142

HI

4

6

or

Other Earth Science Courses Required

MATH 151-152 Calculus l-ll CHEM 131-132 Survey of Chemistry HI

7

or

CHEM

4

Stratigraphy

EASC 470 Paleontology

include:

Elements of Calculus

4

Geology

4 4

or

141-142 Chemical

PHYS 181-182 Elements

EASC 240 Hydrology

EASC 450 Geochemistry

Principles

of Physics

l-ll

EASC 460 Geophysics

HI

8

EASC 490

Field

Methods

in

4

Geology

or

PHYS 243-244 General

Physics

l-ll

Earth Science Elective

or

(any other earth science course at or above

Two approved

biology courses

6

Students are also encouraged to take the following courses:

98

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

EASC 450)

3


Earth Sciences

Cognate Courses Required CHEM 141-142 Chemical Principles and I

PHYS 181-182 Elements

of Physics

I

and

8

II

PHYS 243-244 General

Physics

I

and

141 -142 Elements of Calculus

and

Calculus

I

and

Master of Arts

be accepted to

fulfill

for

in

Teaching Earth Sciences

II

This

Not more than one "D"

and the appropriate education depart-

6

II

or

MATH 151-152

for further information.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

II

I

of Earth Sciences

ment

8

II

or

MATH

ment

an Earth Science (EASC) course

shall

Total

minimum

69

credits:

is

inactive.

General Science This

the requirements for this program.

program

program

is

inactive.

Physical Science The MAT in Physical Science

degree was developed

Core Curriculum Requirements

school and middle school subject area teachers

A minimum

initial

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

sachusetts. This

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

MAT

program

Commonwealth

Mas-

in

the

is

defined to meet the "appropri-

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

ate master's degree" requirement, which

"Undergraduate Academic

for professional stage licensure, as set forth in the

Policies" section of this catalog.

and are

license in chemistry, earth science or physics

seeking a professional license

for high

who have an

is

of

part of the criteria

most recent

Massachusetts Department of Education licensure regulations.

Chemistry-Geology Major A

major

ment

in

chemistry-geology

is

offered jointly with the Depart-

of Chemical Sciences. See the catalog section "Interdisci-

plinary

and Preprofessional Programs"

Physical

EASC 101

Historical

of this catalog for information regarding

program

policy

and

procedures. for details.

For current information concerning

Earth Sciences Minor EASC 100

Students should consult the School of Graduate Studies section

Credits

Geology

program requirements,

consult the "Physics" section of this catalog.

4

Geology

4

Four additional earth sciences courses (departmental

approval required)

12 Total

Geophysics Minor A minor in geophysics is jointly offered

minimum

credits:

20

with the Department

of Physics. For further information, contact the department

chairpersons.

Minor

in Secondary Education (High School, Middle School or PreK-12

Specialist) may minor

Students

in

secondary education (high school,

middle school or PreK-12 this

minor

will

specialist). Successful

lead to Massachusetts

Initial

completion of

Teacher Licensure.

Please refer to the "Department of Secondary Education and Professional Programs" for specific teacher licensure

and

program requirements.

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special Education Students

may choose

a double major

in

earth sciences

and

elementary education, early childhood education or special education for licensure purposes. Please contact the Depart-

school of arts and sciences Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

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99 this catalog.


English

or to pursue graduate study. Bridgewater State College English

Faculty

majors have achieved success

Chairperson:

Associate Professor

Ann

government

Graduate Program Assistant Professor Greg Chaplin

Professors:

Charles Angell,

wide

a

and business administration.

Within the English major, students

Thomas

Curley,

may

also pursue a writing

concentration or combine their program with licensure

Arnold Girdharry, Evelyn Pezzulich, Lois Poule,

variety of occupa-

service, public relations, technical writing, creative

writing, advertising

Coordinator:

in

tions including teaching, banking, law, medicine, publishing,

Brunjes

in

elementary, middle school, or secondary education.

Jadwiga Smith,

Judith Stanton

The department

offers

who

an honors program for students

wish to pursue independent study culminating

a thesis.

in

Associate Professors:

Michael Boyd, Michael Hurley, Julia

The department participates

Stakhnevich

in interdisciplinary

minors such

as American Studies, Canadian Studies, Irish-American Studies

and Women's

Studies.

Assistant

Matthew

Professors:

Bell,

Benjamin Carson,

English

James Crowley, Michelle Cox,

Anne

Kimberly Davis,

Major

Majors must achieve a grade of C or above

Doyle,

ing

Kathryn Evans, John Kucich,

I

and ENGL 102 Writing

ENGL 102 may

Michael McClintock, John Sexton,

II.

in

ENGL 101 WritENGL 101 and

Credit earned for

not be applied to the major.

Kathleen Vejvoda, Jerald Walker

The Department of English

permit a major to use only one

will

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1258

passing grade below C- to satisfy requirements

Room 339 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/English

major.

Location: Tillinghast Hall,

An

additional grade

below C-

The major must earn 35 credits

BA

three semester hours

English

in

Concentrations: English Education (High School, Middle School),

MA in

MAT

-

ENGL

21

1

English

in English,

which must include Credits

each of the following:

Writing About Literature in

3

the major)

Literary Classics of

Civilization to

Western

3

1600

or

Concentration: Creative Writing •

ENGL 203

in

(must be taken early

Writing •

the English

the major to

take another English course.

Degree Programs •

in

will require

ENGL 221 Major

English

British Writers to

1800

(also satisfies

requirement for English Literature before 1800. Credits are only applied once.)

Undergraduate Minor •

• English literature before 1800 (choose one course):

English

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Arts The program of study their appreciation

for English

majors aims to enhance

and knowledge

of literature

and the writing

process. Through exposure to significant literary

the tools for understanding and analyzing write, students will

what they read and

develop an understanding of the history

and background of English-language

major includes offerings literatures with a

in culturally

foundation

100

in

the

diverse English-language

in British

and American

embracing the writing process and

background prepares English majors

Coursework

This

3

321 The Age of Pope 1660-1740

322 The Age

of Johnson

1740-1800

335 Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama 340

Literature of the English Renaissance

341 Literature of the Continental Renaissance

ENGL 342 Shakespeare: Histories and Comedies ENGL 343 Shakespeare: Tragedies and Late Plays ENGL 360 The

English Novell

ENGL 370 Seventeenth Century ENGL 380

Literature

Milton

ENGL 312 Modern ENGL 350 Recent

British

Fiaion

British Fiction

ENGL 361 The English Novel ENGL 365 Viaorian Prose and

II

tradi-

critical analysis.

..

320 Chaucer

• English literature after 1800 (choose one course):

literatures, including

texts in translation central to the discipline.

tions,

works and to

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

to enter diverse careers

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Poetry

3


English t

RlDGEWATER

^TATE COLLEGE

ENGL 367

Writing Concentration

English Literature of the Late Victorian

and Edwardian Periods

The writing concentration

ENGL 377

Post-Colonial Literature

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

381

Irish Literature

382

Irish Literature

386

English Romantic Poets

and Theory

I

may

393 Modern

to

Early

and business

American

Ethnic American Literature

• 9 credit hours from

African-American Literature

I

African-American Literature

U.S. Literature in the

A seminar (generally taken

II

Century

Nineteenth Century

II

Poetry

Intensive in the

CWRM 494 Seminar:

Special Topics British Literature

496 Seminar: American 497 Seminar: World

• 18 additional credits

and Culture

Literature

Literatures

ENGL 201

Technical Writing

ENGL 202

Business Communication

fulfill

Topics are designated

in

some

of the

to Writing

ENGL 227

Creative Nonfiction Writing

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

FictionWriting

228

Workshop

Workshop

229 PoetryWriting Workshop 230 Creative Writing 280 The

Journalistic Essay

301 Writing and the Teaching of Writing

302 Technical Writing

II

371 Advanced Creative Nonfiction Writing

389 Topics

in

390 Theories

Writing Writing

in

392 Advanced PoetryWriting Workshop

396 Rhetoric and 489 Advanced

Style

Portfolio

Workshop Total

and Culture

18

3

minimum

credits:

48

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum may

I

and Cultures

English electives

in

Personal and Public Writing

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-

495 Seminar:

ENGL 200

Workshop

3 the Writing

fulfill

9

the following:

ENGL 204 Responding

during the senior year)

Note: Each of these courses also

among

I

Choose one seminar:

Topical courses

36

• Required courses for English major

ENGL 357 Recent American Drama ENGL 394 Modern American Poetry ENGL 395 Studies in Recent American

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

Credits

Requirements:

ENGL 333 Realism and Naturalism ENGL 346 Southern Literature ENGL 356 Modern American Drama

writing), expressive or referential writing or the

3

Beginnings

Literature,

ENGL 329 Modern American Fiction ENGL 330 Recent American Firtion ENGL 331 U.S. Literature in the Nineteenth ENGL 332

which emphasize applied writing (technical

teaching of writing.

British Poetry

1820

ENGL 315 ENGL 31 7 ENGL 318

select courses

II

• American literature (choose one course):

ENGL 309

designed to offer a student

is

supervised writing throughout the college career. Students

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

above requirements.

specified

the Course Schedule.

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

No more than

six

hours of 200

level literature

credited toward the major. The six-hour limit

"Undergraduate Academic

courses can be

in literature

not apply to 200 level writing courses or 200 level film courses in

the English Department.

English Education Concentration School/Middle School Students

Credit for

ENGL 498

Internship

in

English

may

not be applied

to the requirements of the major.

may minor

minimum

credits:

36

in

-

High

secondary (high school, grades 8-12

or middle school, grades 5-8) education. Successful completion of this

Total

Policies" section of this catalog.

does

program

Licensure. Students

will

lead to Massachusetts

must complete

Initial

Teacher

either the English education

concentration for high school or middle school. Students

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

should also refer to the "Department of Secondary Education for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

and Professional Programs"

for specific teacher licensure

and

minor requirements.

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" sedion

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Required Courses: • A course in young adult literature (LIBR 420) • ENGL 203 Writing about Literature •

Choose one course from the following courses:

Credits 3

3 3

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English

ENGL to

21

1

ENGL 356 Modern American Drama ENGL 394 Modern American Poetry ENGL 395 Studies in Recent American

Literary Classics of Western Civilization

1600

ENGL 221 Major satisfies

British Writers to

1800

(also

area requirement for English

Note: Each of these courses also

applied once.)

• Choose one course from the following courses:

ENGL 253 Non-Western Literature ENGL 315 Ethnic American Literature ENGL 317 African American Literature •

3 1 8 African American Literature

3

Tradition to

I

II

1900

3

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

342 Shakespeare:

of Johnson:

and Culture

and Cultures

minimum

Total

aedits:

39

for graduation.

specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" section of

this catalog.

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special

Literature of the English Renaissance

341 Literature of the Continental Renaissance Histories

Education

and Comedies

343 Shakespeare: Tragedies and Late

Students

may choose

a double major in English

and elementary

Plays

education, early childhood education or special education for

English Novell licensure purposes. App-^opriate advising materials with sug-

370 Seventeenth Century

Literature

gested course sequences are available.

380 Milton

Choose one course from the following courses:

312 Modern

350 Recent

3

English Minor

British Fiction

Traditionally considered the province of liberal arts majors, the

British Fiction

361 The English Novel

English minor also offers a suitable option for students majoring

II

365

Victorian Prose

367

English Literature of the Late

and Poetry

in

credits in courses at the

Irish Literature

I

382

Irish Literature

II

386

English Romantic Poets

ENGL 261 ENGL 262

credits

may be taken

earned for

computer

ENGL

in

300

level or

above. The remaining nine

courses at the 200 level or above. Credit

101 Writing

I

and ENGL 102 Writing

II

may not

be applied toward the minor.

British Poetiy

Total

3

minimum

aedits: 18

Film Study: introduaion to the Art Film Study: Literature

and Film

Honors Program

• Choose one course from the following courses:

3

ENGL 305 History of the English Language ENGL 323 Introduaion to Linguistics Early

American

The Honors Program

in

English provides highly motivated

English majors with opportunities to enhance their academic

program through intensive scholarly study and research

Choose one course from the following courses:

ENGL 309

fields as

and management

science. Eighteen credits in English are required with at least nine

and Edwardian Periods

381

393 Modern

such specialized technical and professional

science, social sciences, behavioral sciences

• Choose one course from the following courses:

3

Literature,

designed to be of assistance or

Beginnings to 1820

in

in

post-graduate employment

the pursuit of an advanced degree

in

English. Contact

the Department of English for further information concerning

ENGL 331 U.S. Literature in the Nineteenth Century ENGL 332 U.S. Literature in the Nineteenth Century ENGL 333 Realism and Naturalism • Choose one course from the following courses:

I

eligibility

and

application.

II

3

ENGL 329 Modern American Fiction ENGL 330 Recent American Fiction ENGL 346 Southern Literature

102

Literatures

740-1 800

1

335 Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama

Victorian

497 Seminar: World

and Culture

Literature

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Pope: 1660-1740

322 The Age

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

British Literature

496 Seminar: American

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

Special Topics

495 Seminar:

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

1900

ENGL 320 Chaucer ENGL 321 TheAge of

360 The

the Writing Intensive

494 Seminar:

3

Choose one course from the following courses:

340

fulfills

Writers: The Female

ENGL 328 Women Writers: The Female Tradition since

3

3

the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM.

in

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

Choose one course from the following courses:

ENGL 327 Women

Poetry

Writing and the Teaching of Writing

• Choose one seminar from below:

Literature before 1800. Credits only

ENGL

ENGL 301

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


bSc

English

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

consult the graduate coordinator and adviser to select a thesis

Master of Arts in

(MA)

English

students pursuing advanced studies

simply

want

and complete an a

is

Candidates

PhD and

to extend their undergraduate

MA in

A number

a college teaching career.

and want an advanced degree

as an end

in

and of

background

of our

number simply want

1

Students must enroll

.

MA

A

2)

both of the following require-

two

additional three-credit 500-

in literature

and/or writing

6

Students are also required to submit two long seminar

papers for evaluation by the Graduate Committee. For this

GPA

undergraduate

work

of

of 2.75 based

purpose students should select

or a 3.0 undergraduate in

(These papers should be clean,

the

comments and

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

3)

Three appropriate

An undergraduate major

credits in the discipline,

two best seminar

i.e.,

without the professors'

grades.) Subject to the acceptance by the

Graduate Committee, the seminar papers the student's folder

in

be placed

in

Total

minimum

credits:

33

English, with at least is

Additional Degree Requirements

generally

required for admission to this program.

A

Students with deficient academic backgrounds

ate-level reading/translation test in a foreign

are sometimes accepted into the program with

the student's choice; the student

the stipulation that these deficiencies be

up before work

will

the department.

recommendation

letters of in

their

papers written during their graduate program of study.

and senior years

4)

made

Foreign Language Reading Proficiency Test (An intermedi-

may use

language of

a foreign language

dictionary during the test.)

actually credited to the degree

A Comprehensive

program begins Official transcripts of all

5)

(total

credits).

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test

24

in

courses

level elective

to acquire the

GPA based upon work completed

degree

not to write a thesis must complete the

fulfilling

itself.

upon four years

junior

fully

MA stu-

2.

A minimum

The thesis must be

ments:

English for professional

in

who choose

non-thesis option by

private or public schools

in

Students

Admission Requirements 1)

and reg-

thesis proposal,

(6 credits).

Non-Thesis Option

in

English, while others are destined for

dents are already certified teachers

reasons. Finally, a small

ENGL 502 Research

designed for

in English.

degree program come from varied academic backgrounds.

Some

and committee, then write a

ister for

accepted by the thesis director and thesis committee.

The Master of Arts degree

this

director

undergraduate and

Examination

(Taken after course work

is

completed)

graduate course work

Master of Arts Degree Requirements

Creative Writing Concentration

Thirty-three (33) credits at the

500

level distributed as follows:

This

program

Credits of the art

ENGL 500

Introduction to Graduate Study in English

(To be taken early

in

the student's program)

sue the 3

Three courses

in literary

periods, figures, or genres

9

One One

ethnic or culturally diverse literature

3

in

course

in literary

in

craft of creative writing.

MFA in

Students

who intend to

pur-

English, a career in editing or journalism, or wish to

explore their potential as a professional writer will find this option

theory

3

Admission Requirements

3

writing

In

Two

designed to provide students with the intense study

is

particularly beneficial.

course

One course

and

addition to the admission requirements for the Master of Arts

6

elective courses in literature and/or writing

in English,

students

who wish to

pursue the Creative Writing

Concentration must also submit a creative writing sample. Poets

The remaining course requirements (6

credits)

can be satisfied should submit

by completing one of the following two research options:

1

to

1

2 poems. Prose writers should submit

between 20 and 40 pages

of fiction or creative fiction.

Thesis Option Students not admitted specifically for the Creative Writing

Students

who choose

this option will research

and write a Concentration but

thesis, a

work

of independent scholarship,

which demonstrates

who wish to change to this concentration must who would sen/e as

obtain approval from the creative writing faculty their ability to apply the

knowledge and

scholarly tools ac-

quired during their degree work. Students doctoral

work

in

who want

his or her thesis director.

to pursue

English are strongly encouraged to choose

the thesis option. Those

who choose

to write a thesis should

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English

Degree Requirements

Degree Requirements:

Thirty-three (33) credits at the

500

level distributed as follows:

Thirty-four (34) credits at the

500

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning

level distributed

as follows:

Credits

ENGL 500 introduction to Graduate Study in (To

be taken

English

program)

early in the student's

3

Three courses

in literary periods, figures

One

ethnic or culturally diverse literature

One

course course

in

in literary

Two courses One

or genres

theory

in creative

Credits

Eighteen (18) credits

in

9

ENGL 500 Introduaion

3

Two

3

courses

1

English

in literary

to Graduate Study in English periods, figures, or genres

One course

in

writing

3

One course

in

ethnic and culturally diverse literature

3

6

writing

elective course in literature or writing

One

A foreign language reading

elective course in literature or writing

3

3

or three (3) internship credits proficiency test

The remaining course requirements (6

credits)

must be

Fifteen

by

satisfied

completing a creative thesis (ENGL 502)

minimum

credits:

(1 5)

credits in

secondary education:

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom:

6 Total

33

3

Curriculum

Master of Arts

in

Teaching English

developed

ers. Specifically,

teachers

in

Teaching degree

for high-school

the

who have

MAT initial

sional licensure in the

MAT

program

is

is

in

English (MAT)

Commonwealth

is

in

A

of English

program

will

appeal to

who

already

and simply

knowledge and a graduate degree in

the

MAT

both English and education. Advising

by full-time members of the graduate faculty

in

will will

complete be done

the Department

of English.

Admission Requirements A minimum undergraduate GPA 1) years of

work

or a 3.0

of 2.75 based

undergraduate

work completed during the 2)

A

3)

An

4)

Three appropriate

5)

Official transcripts of all

junior

upon four

GPA based upon

and senior years

composite score of 900 on the quantitative and verbal

parts of the initial

GRE General

Test

teaching license letters of

recommendation

undergraduate and graduate

course work

All

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

adviser

in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

is

de-

scribed under Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program Plan-

ning in the School of Graduate Studies section of this catalog.

104

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

3

3

minimum

credits:

Comprehensive Examination administered by the Depart-

ment

most recent DOE

certification or a professional license

the discipline. Graduate students

for Diverse Learners

Professional Teacher (final

of Massachusetts. The

high-school and middle-school English teachers

courses

and Assessment

Total

part of the criteria for profes-

licensure regulations. Also, this degree

Standards-Based Classroom:

program course)

designed to meet the "appropriate master's

to acquire additional

Instruction

and are seeking profes-

sional stage licensure, as set forth in the

want

3

EDMC 538 The

designed for secondary school

degree" requirement, which

have standard

was

and middle-school English teach-

licensure

as Leader: From Issues to

Advocacy

EDMC 533 The

professional licensure The Master of Arts

3

EDMC 532 The Teacher

Program for teachers who have, or are seeking,

in

3

6

34


Foreign Languages

Spanish

Faculty

Major

To graduate with Chairperson:

Assistant Professor Fernanda Ferreira

Professors:

Leora Lev, Margaret Snook

30-36

following

is

a partial

list

must take

LASP 252 and above. The

of approved courses for the Spanish

major.

Associate Professors:

a major in Spanish, the student

credits of Spanish courses

DuilioAyalamacedo,

LASP 252 Reading

in

LASP 271 Patterns

of the Spanish

Spanish

Language

LASP 272 Spanish Composition

Atandra Mukhopadhyay

LASP 281 Spanish Conversation LASP 290 Spanish Phonetics and Dialectology LASP 301 The Golden Age

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.1279 Location: TiHinghast Hall,

LASP 310 Contemporary

Room 317

LASP 320

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/catalog/ForeignLanguage

of Spanish Literature

Latin

American Short Story

American Poetry

Latin

LASP 350 Gender,

and PolitiG

Sexuality,

in

Hispanic Cinema

LASP 351 Cervantes

Degree Program •

BA

LASP 381 The Middle Ages LASP 391 Spanish

in Spanisli

Civilization

LASP 392 Spanish-American

Undergraduate Minor

LASP 400 Sun/ey

• Portuguese

LASP 401 Topics

• Spanish

LASP 402 Survey LASP 403 Topics

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Civilization

of Spanish Literature in

Spanish Literature

of Spanish-American Literature in

Spanish-American Literature

LASP 404 Nineteenth Century Spanish LASP 410

American Novel:

Latin

LASP 420 The Contemporary

Ttie

Latin

American Novel

LASP 451 Twentieth Century Spanish

Bachelor of Arts Department of Foreign Language

portunity to gain practical working of 10 foreign languages. Students

offers students

knowledge

of

an op-

one

may choose any

or

more

of these 10

languages offered by the department unless otherwise advised by the requirements of their academic major. Students

who

Literature

Early Twentieth Century

Literature

LASP 490 Seminar

in

Hispanic Literature

LASP 495 Seminar

in

Spanish-American Literature

A maximum

of three credits in

Languages may be substituted

LANG 498 for

Internship in Foreign

one course above with

are

departmental approval. continuing the study of foreign languages at Bridgewater State

College should do so at the earliest opportunity.

A maximum in

The department offers an undergraduate major and minor

English

of three credits

may be

earned

in

a Spanish course taught

applied toward the Spanish major. Spanish

in

courses taught

in

English include

LASP 350 Gender,

Sexuality,

Spanish.

and To maintain good standing, only grades of C- or better are

lowed

in

each major course and

in

LANG 324 and EDHM

Politics in

Hispanic Cinema.

al-

The following courses are not applicable towards the Spanish 424. major:

Thirty to

36 semester hours are required

for a

Spanish major.

LASP 210

Latin

American Poetry

LASP 220 The Contemporary For

all

in

Latin

Translation

American Novel

in

prerequisites, equivalent course credit or preparation will

English Translation

be considered.

LASP 230 Contemporary in

The Department of Foreign Languages participates

in

the

Courses with a multidisciplinary

minor

in

Canadian Studies; the

Latin

American

and Caribbean Studies minor; the Women's and Gender Studies

Latin

American Short Story

Translation

LANG

subject code (with the exception of

LANG 498) Total

minimum

credits:

minor; and the Asian Studies minor. For specific information on

30

these programs, consult the catalog section "Interdisciplinary

Core Curriculum Requirements

and Preprofessional Programs."

A minimum

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

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Foreign Languages

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

SACHEM

consortium courses and study abroad are available

for transfer purposes.

See the "Undergraduate Academic Expe-

rience" of this catalog for further information.

LANG 300 Languages of the World LANG subject code (with LANG 498)

Courses with a

the exception of

minimum

Total

The Spanish major sequence

not available

is

in

hours.

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special

in in

Secondary Education Secondary Education for licensure as a Teacher of is

inaaive.

Foreign Language Requirement

may choose

a double major

in

Spanish and elemen-

like to

continue the study of foreign

languages at Bridgewater State College should do so at the

on appropriate course

tion for licensure purposes. Advising

who would

Students

tary education, early childhood education or special educa-

sequences

Minor The minor

Foreign Language (Spanish) 5-12

Education Students

18

credits:

the evening

earliest opportunity.

available.

is

With the exception of advanced placement foreign language

Portuguese Minor

courses and foreign language College-Level Examination

Students can take the following two courses, or place direaly into

LAPO 102 based on

Program (CLEP) exams,

the Portuguese Placement Exam.

exempt from one

Credits

Basic

Language Courses

LAPO

101 Elementary Portuguese

more secondary

or

may not be granted

levels of the

same

to students

of study of three

foreign language or be-

cause of a placement score. Students whose total credit hours

LAPO 102 Elementary Portuguese

below the minimum

1

3

fall

II

3

foreign language exemption would need to take additional free elective course

Core LAPO LAPO LAPO LAPO

credit

two semesters because

to

work

to

1

20 required

meet

this

due

for graduation

to a

graduation requirement.

Courses 151 Intermediate Portuguese

I

3

Foreign Language Placement Policy

152 Intermediate Portuguese

II

3

252 Reading

in

Portuguese

271 Review of Portuguese Grammar

If

you have completed four

in

3

• see the department chairperson

Additional required course

• you

Students must choose one of the following courses: 3

• If

or

LAPO 281 Portuguese Conversation credits:

Spanish minors are required to take 18 semester hours

may be determined

in

a

new

foreign language at the 101

you have completed three you

will

the

same language.

in

• you

the

consulta-

department head.

automatically be placed

may begin

a

new

language

levels of foreign

18

include the 101-102 level. The

choice of subsequent courses

you wish to

high school with at least a C grade

Spanish Minor

tion with the

if

same language.

in

101

may

the

may begin

• you

foreign language, which

in

level.

LAPO 272 Portuguese Composition

minimum

language

high school

continue

Total

levels of foreign

3

three

in level

in level

_102

of

foreign language at the

level.

may

take the Foreign Language Placement

Exam for higher placement only. if you have completed three levels of foreign language in high school with less than a C in level three • you must take the Foreign Language Placement

A maximum in

English

of three credits

may be

courses taught

earned

in

Exam and be placed

a Spanish course taught

applied toward the Spanish minor. Spanish

• you

may begin

a

accordingly.

new

foreign language at the 101

level in

English include:

has been two or more years since you completed three levels of foreign language in high school

• If it

LASP 350 Gender,

Sexuality,

and

Politics in

Hispanic

Cinema

you must take the Foreign Language Placement

Exam and you may take _1 01 The following courses are not applicable towards the Spanish minor:

LASP 210

exam •

Latin

American Poetry

in

places you

you may begin a

Translation level.

LASP 220 The Contemporary

Latin

American Novel

in

English

Translation

LASP 230 Contemporary

Latin

American Short Story

in

Translation

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

in

for credit

if

the

_101.

new

foreign language at the 101


bSc

Foreign Languages

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

ii

• if

you are a transfer student from another college or and

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

university

• you took a foreign language at your previous institution,

your transfer credits

Master of Arts

be assessed

will

upon admission to Bridgewater State

College.

This

program

is

in

Teaching

inactive.

• you did not take a foreign language at your previous institution,

your remaining foreign language require-

ment (should there be one)

will

Students interested

be determined by

your foreign language experience

in

should refer

high school,

your situation does not

obtaining Massachusetts

initial

licensure

Initial

Licensure for

High School (Subject Areas: 8-12), Middle Level (Subjea Areas:

one of the categories

fit

in

catalog to the program entitled "Acceler-

ated Postbaccalaureate Program (APB):

based on the guidelines above. • If

in this

5-8)

above

and PreK-12

Specialists

under "Secondary Education and

Professional Programs."

• contact the Department of Foreign Languages

(Room 340,

508.531.1379),

Tillinghast Hall,

for additional assistance.

Students

who were exempt from

foreign language study in

high school or at previous colleges must go through a formal

process to request a substitution of the foreign language

requirement

in certain

majors at Bridgewater State College.

Students with appropriate documentation should meet with the learning disabilities specialist or the disability resources coordinator as early as possible to receive information on the

process requirements.

Honors Program The honors program

in

Spanish provides highly motivated

Spanish majors with opportunities to enhance their academic

program through intensive scholarly study and research designed to be of assistance or in the pursuit of

in

post-graduate employment

an advanced degree

in

Spanish. Contact

the Department of Foreign Languages for further information

concerning

eligibility

and application.

Overseas Study Opportunities The Department of Foreign Languages urges

its

majors and

minors to study abroad and can offer information on available study plans. The International and Exchange Programs Office,

Student

can assist students. Any student contemplating

Affairs,

study abroad should consult the department with

documentation.

upon in

Final

acceptance of credit

receipt of official transcripts

some

cases,

may

will

all

pertinent

be determined

and supporting material and,

not be equivalent to the credits earned

in

a

regular semester or year at Bridgewater State College.

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Geography Faculty

Additionally, this

department

department has been selected as the only

the state college system

in

participate in the National Aeronautics

Chairperson and

Graduate Program Coordinator:

tion

(NASA) sponsored

in

Massachusetts to

and Space Administra-

Members

Joint Venture (JOVE) program.

of the faculty collaborate with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Associate Professor

(on multi-spectral and hyperspectral remote sensing

James Hayes-Bohanan

Mexico,

in

Alabama, and Southeastern Massachusetts), the Goddard Space

Sandra Clark, Vernon Domingo

Professors:

Associate Professors:

Robert Hellstrom, IVIadhusudana Rao

Robert Amey, Darcy Boellstorff

U.S.

Department

Woods in

marine geochemistry and geology), the Massachusetts Depart-

U.S.

Professors:

Center (on bolide impact), the

Hole Oceanographic Institution (on research problems

ment Assistant

Flight

of Transportation (on a national study of bus systems).

of Education (on statewide curriculum reform)

Army Corps

involved

in

and the

of Engineers (on wetlands). Faculty are also

watershed studies

in

cooperation with biology de-

partment faculty at the Raytheon Watershed Access Laboratory.

Department Teleptione Number: 508.531. 1390 Location: Conant Science Building, Room 310 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Geography

In

member

addition, a

of the faculty has an

guest investigator at the

Woods

appointment as

Hole Oceanographic Institution

on Cape Cod and has research opportunities

for students in

marine geochemistry and geology. Two other professors are

Degree Programs BA

• BS in

MAT

actively

Geography

in

Geography -

program leading to the degree of Master of Arts

(MAT) with a concentration

Geography

department.

geography The Department of Geography offers an undergraduate major geography. Majors

education. Majors in

in

economic planning

geography may

programs

in

or

elect a concentration

double major with education.

In

addi-

chemistry-geology, oceanography and urban

affairs

and planning are

aaive

in

available.

The department

is

the Russian and East European studies minor, the urban affairs

women's

Certificate in Planning.

A MAT

in Social

available

earth sciences

studies minor, as well as the Graduate

See the "Interdisciplinary and Prepro-

The department works actively with state and regional agen-

on socioeconomic and environmental problems. Past

ulty research projects include coastal

Sciences with an emphasis on

ment.

Modern equipment enables the department

to offer inves-

tigation oriented laboratory experience. This

equipment

includes: (1) an X-ray Diffractometer with (2) thin section

equipment;

(3) polarizing

New

Bedford Harbor, and the search for water supplies

for the next century.

magnetometer;

a proton procession (7) Frantz

Isodynamic Separator;

vessel; (9) a portable

20 UNIX work

(8)

and student

Examples of such involvement are with

local orga-

internships.

local banks,

planning

agencies, retailers, Boston's "Big Dig", the Massachusetts Bay

14-foot coastal research

gamma-ray spectrometer;

(10) Sunsparc

station; (1 1) Hewlett Packard capillary gas

In addition,

and (14) groundwater

the department has a well-equipped remote

sensing laboratory, and a cartographic laboratory with a large

format

digitizer planimeter, a climatological station

(MBTA), the Massachusetts Forest

Fire

at the Burnell

tory, a

Campus

wet geochemistry

with solar

School, an astronomy obsen/a-

laboratory,

sedimentology laboratory.

and a wet, as well as

Finally, this

dry,

department has access

to a scanning electron microscope through the Southeastern

Massachusetts Consortium.

Bureau,

the Natural Resources Trust of Bridgewater, and the Ocean

Earth sciences and geography faculty are using Bridgewater

Spray Cranberry Cooperative.

State College's sophisticated computer facilities for classroom instruction, including

108

(5)

(6) earth resistivity unit;

sampling equipment.

room

Transit Authority

and stereoscopic

radiation recording instrumentation, a solar greenhouse class-

The department has been involved with assisting nizations through faculty research

powder cameras;

fac-

storm impaas, regional

economic developments, transportation planning, the impact of in

Teaching

cooperation with the history depart-

in

visible-near infrared, spectroradiometer;

PCBs

in

offered by the

chromatograph; (12) GPS surveying equipment; (13) a portable

fessional Programs" sertion of this catalog.

cies

is

microscopes; (4) atomic absorption spectro-photometer;

also

the Asian studies minor, the Canadian studies minor,

minor, and the

is

in

Geography may double major with

in

environmental geography, geotechnology or regional and

tion,

statewide curriculum reform. The geogra-

Education Center's Resource Center.

A

in

in

Physical Sciences

Undergraduate Minors •

engaged

phy faculty maintains the Southeastern Massachusetts Global

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

demonstrating and displaying Web-based


.

Geography and self-authored material and models. of courses, students

some

a growing

In

may submit assignments

courses, a majority of class time

rooms." To learn more,

visit

is

online,

spent

the department

number

BA in Geography

and

GEOG 340 Geography Materials and Methods GEOG 441 Geographic Frameworks

in

in "virtual class-

Web

site at

www.

Program

bridgew.edu/depts/Geography.

All

The department boasts an active Earth Sciences and Geography Club that sponsors both regional waii),

may

local (Harvard Mineral

(New Hampshire's White Mountains),

and international

also qualify for

geography honor

courses chosen,

Museum),

following

Upsilon the international

GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG GEOG

Geography Major (BA or BS) major or minor

way

to

in

geography can provide a student with a

examine the world with

objectivity.

The student can be

trained to analyze the water-use and land-use opportunities in

appreciate the varied ways

in

in

balance, and to

which people

all

over the world

use those resources. Bridgewater State College graduates

have found employment as planners, environmental analysts, teachers, market researchers, cartographers of our

and administrators.

geography majors have gone on to earn advanced

degrees from leading graduate schools.

Students are invited to meet with any of the geography faculty

-

Professors Clark, Domingo, Hayes

-

Bohanan, Hellstrom, Rao, or

Aten-to discuss the program.

All

geography majors must complete the following courses: Credits

GEOG 121 Physical Geography GEOG 151 Human Geography GEOG 2 3 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GEOG 290 Introduction to Geographic Analysis GEOG 370-389 Any regional geography course GEOG 490 Seminar in Geography MATH 110 Elementary Statistics 1

3 3 1

3 3

3 3 3

I

Geography majors are required to complete the following additional courses according to the

BS

in

degree being sought.

Geography

GEOG 3 5 GEOG 413 1

Quantitative Geography

3

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Students seeking a BS

in

II

Geography are strongly encouraged

Climatology Satellite

Image Processing Applications to

315 Quantitative Geography 31 7 Air Photo Interpretation-Remote Sensing

321 Meteorology

II

322 Biogeography 323 Water Resources

324

Earth Surface Processes

331 Geography of Environmental Problems

332 Management and Preservation

of the

GEOG 333 Geography of Environmental Justice GEOG 340 Geography Materials and Methods GEOG 350 Economic Geography GEOG 354 Field Methods in Urban Geography GEOG 355 Political Geography GEOG 363 Locational Analysis GEOG 365 Geography of Transportation' GEOG 374 Geography of the Middle East GEOG 375 Geography of South Asia GEOG 376 Geography of East Asia GEOG 380 Geography of Russia/C.I.S. GEOG 381 Geography of Latin America GEOG 382 Geography of Europe GEOG 383 Geography of the United States GEOG 386 Geography of Canada GEOG 388 Geography of Africa GEOG 400 Special Topics in Geography GEOG 413 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GEOG 422 Online Weather Studies GEOG 431 Environmental Regulations GEOG 441 Geographic Frameworks GEOG 462 Principles of Urban Planning GEOG 463 Applications in Urban Planning GEOG 497 Undergraduate Research in Geography GEOG 498 Internship in Geography or Planning GEOG 499 Directed Study in Geography Total minimum credits - BA in Geography: 39 Total minimum credits - BS in Geography: 39 II

3

to

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

complete:

GEOG 498

12

Meteorology

Natural Environment

your communities, to understand the interrelated systems

which keep the land and sea resources

Many

consultation with their advisers, from the

the Environment

society.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM A

in

list:

GEOG 221 GEOG 222 GEOG 314

national (Ha-

(Iceland, Mexico) field trips. Students

Gamma Theta

Electives

Geography majors must complete any four additional

Internship in

Geography

or Planning

specified

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

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at

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Geography of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" section of

this catalog.

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special Education Students

may choose

a double major in

geography and

elementary education, early childhood education or special education for licensure purposes. Please contact the Depart-

ment

of

Geography and the appropriate education department

for further information.

Geography Minor GEOG GEOG

Credits

121 Physical Geography 151

3

Human Geography

3

Four additional geography courses (departmental

approval required). or higher

Two

courses must be at the 200 level

and must be from

two of the

at least

12

following areas: a) a regional

course

b) a topical course c)

a techniques course Total

minimum

credits:

18

GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Arts This

program

is

in

Teaching Earth Sciences

inactive.

General Science This

program

is

inactive.

Physical Science The MAT in Physical Science

degree was developed for high

school and middle school subject area teachers initial

who have an

license in chemistry, earth science or physics

seeking a professional license sachusetts. This

MAT

program

and are

Commonwealth

of

Mas-

in

the

is

defined to meet the "appropri-

ate master's degree" requirement, which

is

part of the criteria

for professional stage licensure, as set forth in the

most recent

Massachusetts Department of Education licensure regulations.

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog for information regarding

program

policy

and procedures.

For current information concerning

program requirements,

consult the "Physics" section of this catalog. C

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school of arts and sciences


History BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

History Major

Faculty

No grade lower than Chairperson:

used to

Professor Leonid Heretz

receiving a

"D"

Coordinator:

Associate Professor Keith Lewinstein

Professors:

David Culver,

must

either retake

complete another course that

Philip Silvia,

HIST

Joshua Greenberg, Raman Seylon,

1

3

12 Western Civilization since the Reformation

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions

1865

to

since

Degree Programs

3

History

3

1865

3

One course taken from each

of the following areas:

Area

III

Ancient, Medieval, Early

Area

IV

Modern Europe

Area V

United States History to

MAT

Area Vi

United States History since

Area

VII

The Traditional World

Area

VIII

Modern World

History

Undergraduate Minors

18

Modern Europe

Concentration: Military History -

Reformation

Civilization to the

HIST 132 World History since 1500

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1388 Location: Tillinghast Hall, Room 310 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/History

in

Western

HIST 131 World History to 1500

Sarah Wiggins

BA

1 1 1

One course from among:

Assistant

Credits

HIST 121 The Ancient World

Margaret Lowe,

O'Connor, Wing-Kai To •

Professors:

required "area"

One course from among: HIST

lerardi,

same

Required courses:

Associate

Erin

the

Jr.,

Michael

fulfills

for the major.

Jean Stonehouse, Thomas Turner

Professors:

as

and successfully complete

the course (with a grade of "C-" or better) or must successfully

Lucille Fortunate,

Andrew Holman,

may be

may continue

or "F" in a history course

history majors but

Graduate Program

a "C-" in a history (HIST) course

the requirements for the history major. Students

fulfill

1

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877

• History • Public History*

Two upper

division

(300-400

which must be taken *lnterdisciplinary

Minor

in

level) electives,

different geographical areas

(World, Europe, U.S.A.). Students

requirement with courses

in

may meet

this

public history and/or

museum management

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

6

Note: Students seeking elementary education, middle school or high school licensure with a history major should select an additional course in

Bachelor of Arts The department

tives so that they

offers students a solid, liberal arts

major as

preparation for professional careers, for graduate study

in

(law and librarianship, for example) and for careers as

seum

professionals and public historians.

It

teach history at the middle and high school a relevant

and valuable

liberal arts

for careers in elementary, early It

history courses to

all

a total of six credit hours in Area

mu-

level,

and

it

provides

childhood and special education.

of their elec-

111

toward completion of

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium (Writing Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-

CWRM)

program by offering

or

HIST 496 Undergraduate History Seminar Students

The Department of History recommends that

program that

will

its

majors select

are strongly urged to take eleaive courses

in

may use

these courses to meet area

requirements

complement the

major program. History majors electing secondary education

cal science,

one

the major.

students.

a minor or interdisciplinary

as

prepares students to

major to students preparing

also contributes to the general education

III

Medieval offerings and one from Early Modern Europe for

other

fields

Area

have taken one course from the Ancient/

geography,

economics and the behavioral sciences

in

politi-

Only

six

may be

hours of 100 level and

six

hours of 200 level courses

applied toward a history major or minor.

order to

meet present employment expectations.

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at

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Ill


History

No more than

three hours from the following courses

may be

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

used toward the 36 hours required for a history major: HIST

(when appropriate)

392, 498, 499.

Area IV No more than

toward the 36 hours required HIST

Women

in

Modern Europe HIST 426 since

for a history major:

458 North American Women's and Gender

HIST 466

-

may be used

three hours from the following courses

British

Empire and Commonwealth

1815

HIST 429 The French Revolution and the

History

American History

Napoleonic Era

minimum

Total

credits:

HIST 430 Nineteenth Century Europe

36

HIST 431 Twentieth Century Europe

Modem

Core Curriculum Requirements

HIST 432 Intellectual History of

A minimum

HIST 433 Modern European Imperialism

of 120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

HIST 434 Modern Russia to 1917

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

Europe

HIST 43 5 History of the U.S.S.R.

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

HIST 436 History of East-Central Europe since 1918

"Undergraduate Academic

HIST 437 European National Histories

Policies" section of this catalog.

HIST 439 Topics

Undergraduate Courses by Area Area

I

-

Western

Civilization

in

Non-United States History

(when appropriate) HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

and World History

(when appropriate) HIST HIST

1 1 1

1 1

2

Western Western

Civilization to the

Reformation

INTD 427 Civilization since the

and

History,

1798-1922

HIST 121 The Ancient World HIST 131 World History to 1500

Area

HIST 132 World History since 1500

INTO 211 History and

Ireland in Literature

Reformation

Literature of

V-

United States History to 1877 HIST 440 Topics

Western

in

United States History

(when appropriate) Civilization

I

HIST 441 United States History: The Colonial

Area

II

-

HIST 442 United States History: The

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to

American Revolution 1763-1787

1865

HIST 443 United States History: The Early

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions since

1607-1763

Period

United States History Surveys

National Period

1865

HIST 444 Jacksonian

Area

III -

Coming

Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern Europe

HIST 445 United States History: The

HIST 400 The Ancient World: Near East

HIST 464

HIST 407 Mystery Religions

HIST 466 in

the Middle

New

England

Textile

Communities:

HIST 465 African-American History

the Ancient

Roman World HIST 415 Europe

War

and Economic History

Social in

Civil

HIST 461 American Immigration and Ethnicity

Rome

HIST 406 Rise of Early Christianity

HIST 408 Jews and Christians

the

HIST 448 United States Foreign Relations to 1900

HIST 403 Ancient Greece and the Hellenistic Age HIST 404 The Ancient World:

Demoaacy and War

of the Civil

Women

in

American History

HIST 489 History of Canadian-American Relations

Ages

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquiom

HIST 418 Renaissance Europe

(when appropriate)

HIST 419 The Reformation and Wars of Religion

HIST 420 Early Modern Europe: Society and Culture HIST 421 European

Women's

History:

Medieval

HIST 437 European National Histories (when

HIST 437 European National Histories:

European National Topics

United States History since 1877 in

United States History

HIST 446 United States History: 1865-1900

HIST 449 United States Foreign Relations

appropriate)

439

-

(when appropriate)

HIST 425 British History since 1603

HIST

Area VI

HIST 440 Topics

Renaissance and Reformation

in

Italy

Histories: France

Non-United States History

(when appropriate)

since

1900

HIST 453 United States History: Progressive Era HIST 456 World

War

II

HIST 457 America since World

War

II

HIST 461 American Immigration and Ethnicity

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History BRIDGEWATER

HIST 462 American Labor History HIST 464 Social

New

England

Textile

HIST 485 Honors Thesis HIST 490 Historical Studies at Oxford

Communities:

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

and Economic History

HIST 496 Undergraduate History Seminar

HIST 465 African-American History

HIST 466

Women

HIST 471 Sport

in

HIST 498 Internship

American History

in

American

History

in

HIST 499 Directed Study

Life

in

History

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

The following courses also carry credit

(when appropriate)

in history:

INTD 200 Introduction to Canadian Studies

Area

VII

-

The Traditional World

INTD 211 History and

HIST 400 The Ancient World: Near East

Civilization

Literature of

Western

I

HIST 434 Modern Russia to 1917

INTD 220 Introduction to American Studies

HIST 439 Topics

INTD 420 American Studies Seminar

in

Non-United States History

INTD 427 Ireland

(when appropriate)

in Literature

and

History,

1798-1922

HIST 474 Islamic Civilization to 1400

HIST 477 Latin America: The Colonial Period

HIST 480 History of Imperial China HIST 482 History of Modern Japan

HIST 483 South Asia: The Modern Period

HIST 487 Canadian History to Confederation HIST 491 Medicine and Society

History Major/Middle School or High School Education Minor History (Teacher of History Grades 5-8) No grade lower than

a "C-" in a history course

may be used

to

the

in

fulfill

the requirements for the history major. Students receiving

North Atlantic World a

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

"D" or "F"

in

a history course

may continue

as history majors

but must either retake and successfully complete the course

(when appropriate) (with a grade of "C-" or better) or

Area

VIII

-

another course that

Modern World

fulfills

the

must

same

successfully complete

required "area" for the

major.

HIST 435 History of the U.S.S.R. HIST 439 Topics

in

Non-United States History Required courses:

(when appropriate) HIST 456 World

War

II

Programs" section of

HIST 475 The Modern Middle East

HIST 478 Latin America: The National Period HIST 481 China Under

HIST 483 South Asia: The

• Note: The methods course requirement of

Modem

Revolution

MSED 450 Political

Confederation History of

HIST

Canadian-American

Science

in

the Middle School

1 1 1

Western

3

following:

Reformation

Civilization to the

HIST 121 The Ancient World

HIST 491 Medicine and Society

in

HIST 131 World History to 1500

the North •

World

One course from among the HIST

HIST 494 Quebec and Canada since 1867

1

following:

3

12 Western Civilization since the Reformation

HIST 132 World History since 1500

HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium

• HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions

(when appropriate)

to

The following courses may be used to meet area requirements. The specific area, however, depends on the topic or topics addressed in the course: HIST 338 Honors Tutorial

-

Fall

HIST 339 Honors Tutorial

-

Spring Semester

Semester

HIST 391 Historiography

1865

3

• HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions since

1865

3

One course taken from each

of the following areas:

Area

III

Ancient, Medieval, Early

Area

IV

Modern Europe

in

Non-United States History

Area V

United States History to

HIST 440 TopiG

in

United States History

Area

United States History since

Vl

18

Modern Europe

439 Topics

HIST

is:

Strategies of Teaching History/

One course from among the

Relations

Atlantic

candidates

Period

Modern Asia

in

all

seeking licensure as a teacher of history, grades 5-8

489

33

specialist) minor.

HIST 488 Canadian History since

HIST

the

Communism

HIST 482 History of Modern Japan

War and

this catalog for courses required for

secondary education (high school, middle school, PreK-12

HIST 476 The Arab-Israeli Conflict

HIST 484

CREDITS

Please consult the "Secondary Education and Professional

1

877 1

877

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at

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113 this catalog.


.

History

Area

VII

The Traditional World

Note: The methods course requirement of

Area

VIII

Modern World

seeking licensure as a teacher of history, grades 8-12

HSED 412 Note: Students seeking middle school or high school licensure

with a history major should select an additional course III

in

Political

as one of their electives so that they have taken one course

HIST

each from the Ancient/Medieval offerings and one from Early

Modern Europe

for a total of six credit hours in

Area

III

additional upper division (300 and

history electives,

which must be taken

400

in

HIST

Only

six

may be

History Seminar

3

..3

1865

3

and

six

hours of 200

courses

level

three hours from the following courses

may be

of the following areas:

Area

III

Ancient, Medieval, Early

Area

IV

Modern Europe

Area V

applied toward a history major or minor.

No more than

following:

2 Western Civilization since the Reformation

One course taken from each

these courses to meet area requirements.

level

1 1

History Colloquium (Writing Inten-

496 Undergraduate

hours of 100

3

Reformation

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions

6

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

may use

the following:

Civilization to the

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to 1865

or

Students

Western

HIST 132 World History since 1500

level)

since

495 Undergraduate

sive in the

1 1 1

HIST 131 World History to 1500

different geographi-

cal areas (World, Europe, U.S.A.)

• HIST

the High School

in

One course from among the HIST

Two

Science

HIST 121 The Ancient World

toward

completion of the major.

is:

Strategies for Teaching History/

One course from among

Area

candidates

all

.1?

Modern Europe

United States History to 1877

Area VI

United States History since

Area

VII

The Traditional World

Area

VIII

Modern World

877

1

Note: Students seeking middle school or high school licensure

used toward the 36 hours required for a history major: HIST

with a history major should select an additional course

392, 498, 499.

Area

in

as one of their electives so that they have taken

III

one

course from the Ancient/Medieval offerings and one from Early

No more than

three hours from the following courses

toward the 36 hours required HIST 458 North American

HIST 466

Women

in

may be used

for a history major:

Women's and Gender

Modern Europe

hours

in

Area

III

toward

History

American History

Total

for a total of six credit

completion of the major.

minimum

69

credits:

Two

additional upper division (300 and

history electives,

which must be taken

400

in

level)

different

6

geographical areas (World, Europe, USA)

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

• HIST

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

Academic Programs" seaion

fulfill

HIST 496 Undergraduate History Seminar Students

Policies" section of this catalog.

History (Teacher of History Grades 8-12) No grade lower than a "C-" in a history course may be used

Only to

six

may be

may

use these courses to meet area requirements.

hours of 100

level

and

six

hours of 200

courses

level

applied toward a history major or minor.

the requirements for the history major. Students receiving

a "D" or "F"

in

a history course

may continue

as history majors

(with a grade of "C-" or better) or

another course that

fulfills

the

must

same

No more than

three hours from the following

toward the 36 hours

but must either retake and successfully complete the course

No more than

required "area" for the

HIST

Credits

Women

in

33

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

may be used

for a history major:

History

American History Total

catalog for courses required for the

secondary education (high school, middle school, PreK-12 specialist) minor.

392, 498, 499.

458 North American Women's and Gender

HIST 466

Please consult the "Secondary Education and Professional this

may be used

three hours from the following courses

toward the 36 hours required

Required courses:

Programs" sertion of

for a history major: HIST

successfully complete

major.

114

History Colloquium (Writing Inten-

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

or

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

495 Undergraduate

sive in the

minimum

credits:

69


History .

• HIST 495 Undergraduate History Colloquium (Writing Inten-

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

120 earned hours

of

is

or

HIST 496 Undergraduate History Seminar

Academic Programs" section

Students

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" section of

may use

these courses to meet area requirements.

this catalog.

Only

six

may be

Military History Concentration All history

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

sive in the

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

1

majors with a military concentration must meet

hours of 100

level

and

six

hours of 200

level

courses

applied toward a history major or minor.

all

No more than

the requirements of the history major. Specific course content

three hours from the following

toward the 36 hours required

areas are noted below.

may be used

for a history major: HIST 392,

498, 499.

No grade lower than fulfill

a "C-" in a history course

may be used

to

the requirements for the history major. Students receiving

a "D" or "F"

in

a history course

may continue

as history majors

but must either retake and successfully complete the course (with a grade of "C-" or better) or

another course that

fulfills

the

must

same

successfully complete

No more than

three hours from the following courses

toward the 39 hours required HIST

458 North American Women's and Gender

HIST

466 Women

in

may be used

for a history major:

History

American History Total

required "area" for the

minimum

credits:

36

major.

Core Curriculum Requirements Credits

Required courses: •

One

course from among:

HIST

1 1 1

Western

3

Civilization to the

1

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

Policies" section of this catalog.

Double Major With Elementary EducaChildhood Education or Special Education

1865

3

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions since

required for graduation.

tion, Early

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to

is

3

12 Western Civilization since the Reformation

HIST 132 World History since 1500 •

in

"Undergraduate Academic

course from among:

HIST

120 earned hours

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

HIST 131 World History to 1500

One

of

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

Reformation

HIST 121 The Ancient World

A minimum

students

may choose

a double major in history

and elementary

education, early childhood education or special education for

1865

3

licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials with sug-

gested sequences are available. •

One

course taken from each of the following areas:

(one course of each grouping must be

Area

III

and

in military history)..

18

Ancient, Medieval, Early

IV

Modern Europe; Modern Europe

Minor

in Secondary (High School, Middle School, PreK-12 Specialist) Students

Area V and VI

United States History to

1

may minor

either in secondary (high school, grades 8-

877; 12 or middle school, grades 5-8) education. Successful comple-

United States History since 1877

tion of either of these

Area

VII

and

programs

will

lead to Massachusetts

The Traditional World;

VIII

Teacher Licensure. Please refer to "Secondary Education

Initial

Modern World

and Professional Programs"

for specific teacher licensure

and

program requirements. Note: Students seeking middle school or high school licensure

with a history major should select an additional course

Area

III

in

History Minor

as one of their electives so that they have taken one

course from the Ancient/Medieval offerings and one from Early

Required courses:

Modern Europe

HIST

for a total of six credit hours in

Area

III

toward

1 1 1

Western

Credits

Civilization to the

Reformation

3

or

completion of the major.

HIST 121 The Ancient World •

Two upper electives,

division

(300 and 400

which must be taken

in

areas (World, Europe, USA)

or

level) military history

HIST 131 World History to 1500

different geographical

6

HIST

1

12 Western Civilization since the Reformation

3

or

HIST 132 World History since

1

500

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History ii

r

iH

III

niiifii

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to

iiMi'>iniiil'i>ii

iriiiiamt

iTiyt

For further information students should contact

1865

3

Dr.

Leonid Heretz,

Chairperson, Department of History.

HIST 222 United States History and Constitutions

1865

since

3

Honors Program The honors program

One course

300-400 upper

(three hours) from the

may

courses. Students

select

III:

Ancient, Medieval, Early

Area

IV:

Modern Europe

Area

VII:

Traditional

Area

VIII:

Modern World

may

3

Modern Europe

designed to be of assistance

World

select

300-400 upper

in

post-graduate employment

advanced degree

in history.

Contact

level

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

from any one of the following 3

877

V:

United States History to

Area

VI:

United States History since

1

1

Master of Arts

877

The Master of Arts six

academic

and application.

eligibility

Area

Only

their

the Department of History for further information concerning

areas:

may be

enhance

program through intensive scholarly study and research

or in the pursuit of an

(three hours) from the

courses. Students

history provides highly motivated

in

history majors with opportunities to

from the following areas:

Area

One course

level

hours of 100

level

and

six

initial

minimum

credits:

in

Teaching History

Teaching degree was developed for high

school and middle school subject area teachers

hours of 200 level courses

applied toward a history major or minor. Total

in

18

and are seeking a professional

license

Commonwealth

of Massachusetts. The

MAT

who have

an

license in the

program

de-

is

signed to meet the "appropriate master's degree" requirement,

Interdisciplinary

Minor

which

Public History

in

offer

an interdisciplinary minor

in

public institutions such as

public history that provides

museums, government

historical societies, national parks is

and

in

in

the most recent

who

program

will also

DOE

licensure regulations. This

appeal to secondary school teachers

already hold a standard level or professional license and

want to acquire

offices,

business. The

part of the criteria for professional stage licensure,

degree program

students with education and training for professional positions in

is

as set forth

The departments of history and sociology and anthropology

additional

knowledge and

a master's degree in

the discipline.

designed to serve the Southeastern Massachusetts region. Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of the catalog for information regarding graduate

Required courses:

Credits

HIST 392 History Seminar

3

Museum Management

HIST 492 Historical

3

Admission Requirements

or

A

1. )

HIST 493

Museum Management: A

HIST 498 Internship

in

Practicum 3

upon work completed during the

in Prehistoric

A

2. )

3

ANTH 328 Archeology of North America ANTH 410 Public Archeology

junior

and

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

and verbal parts of the GRE General 3. )

An

4. )

Three appropriate

initial

Test.

teaching license. letters of

recommendation

3 All

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

Electives: adviser in

GPA based upon four GPA based

senior years.

or

HIST 440 Topics

2.75 undergraduate

years of work or a 3.0 undergraduate

History

ANTH 103 Introduction to Archeology ANTH 303 Archeological Field Excavation Sites in New England

Suggested

program

and procedures.

policies

United States History: Public History

in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

is

described under "Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program

HIST 441 United States History: The Colonial Period 1607-1763

Planning"

in

the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this

HIST 460 History of American Indians since 1914 catalog.

HIST 461 American Immigration and Ethnicity HIST 464

New

England

Textile

Communities: Social

Program Requirements

and Economic History

GRPP 501 Graduate Program Education Core Courses

POLI 277 American Government: State and Local

SOCI 206

Cities

and People: Urban Sociology

SOCI 31 5 Race and

Ethnicity in

116

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom:

America Total

minimum

Credits

Planning

credits:

18

Curriculum

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

1

3

3


BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

EDMC

532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to

Advocacy

EDMC

3

533 The Standards-Based Classroom:

Instruaion and Assessment for Diverse Learners.

EDMC 538 The

3

Professional Teacher (final program

course)

3

Concentration Electives

MAT

18

students are expected to have, or acquire

in

addition to

degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level

courses

A minimum

in history,

to be determined by the department.

of 18 approved graduate credits in the

academic

area of concentration, which meet the academic and professional objeaives of the student,

is

required.

Each student must pass a comprehensive examination prior to being eligible to receive the Master of Arts Total

For

program

details,

in

Teaching degree.

minimum

credits:

34

candidates should consult the Department

of History's graduate

program coordinator.

Dr. Keith

Lewinstein.

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117


B^SC Mathematics and Computer Science

secondary

Faculty Chairperson:

level;

to serve the needs of students in fields which rely on

5.

Associate Professor Richard Quindley

mathematics,

e.g.,

experimental sciences, social sciences,

and elementary education.

Graduate Program Coordinators:

Professor Glenn Pavliceic (Computer

Note: The Bachelor of Arts

Mathematics

in

is

inactive.

Science), Professor Pliilip Scalisi

(Mathematics)

Professors:

Double Major with Elementary Education OR Early Childhood Education

Hang-Ling Chang, Zon-I Chang,

may choose

Students

a double major

in

mathematics and

Paul Fairbanks, Walter Gleason,

elementary education, early childhood education or special

Thomas Moore, Uma Shama

education for licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materi-

Associate

als-With suggested course sequences are available.

Mahmoud

Professors:

El-Hashash,

Ward Heilman,

Torben Lorenzen, Michael Makokian,

Minor in Secondary Education (High School, Middle School, or PreK-12

John Nee

Assistant Professors:

Heidi Burgiel,

Specialist) may minor

Shannon Lockard,

Students

Abdul Sattar

middle school or PreK-12 this

Instructor:

secondary education (high school,

Lee Mondshein, John Santore,

minor

in

will lead to

completion of

specialist). Successful

Massachusetts

Initial

Teacher Licensure.

Please refer to the "Department of Secondary Education and

Rebecca Metcalf

Professional Programs" for specific teacher licensure

Department Teiepttone Number: 508.531.1342 Location: Hart Hall, Room 215 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/depts/mathcs/

Degree Programs in

Mathematics

• BS

in

Computer Science

Bachelor of Science

Computer Science

in

This

program provides a broad background

and

will

serve as preparation for

in

employment

computer science in

computer ap-

plications or for graduate studies in the field.

• BS

and

program requirements.

The department participates

MAT Mathematics MS in Computer Science -

programs

in

number

a

of multidisciplinary

for students preparing for careers in medicine,

dentistry or oceanography. Additional information

programs may be found

Undergraduate Minors

on these

the section "Interdisciplinary and

in

Preprofessional Programs."

• Actuarial Science* • Computer Science

Note: The Bachelor of Arts

• Mathematics

• Interdisciplinary

Minor

in

Computer Science

is

inactive.

Mathematics Major

All

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Credits

majors are required to take:

MATH 151-152

MATH

Calculus

6

l-il

4

202 Linear Algebra

MATH 251-252 Calculus lll-IV MATH 301 Abstract Algebra MATH 401 Introdurtion to Analysis

6 3

I

Bachelor of Science Since mathematics

is

study, the curriculum

1

.

in

Mathematics

both a cultural and a technical is

field

of

planned with the following objective:

COMP

101 Computer Science

PHYS 243-244 General

to introduce students to mathematics as an important area Five electives

of

human

to prepare students for careers in industry;

3.

to give preparation to students for graduate study in math-

ematiG and

Physics

8

l-ll

from any 300 or 400

related fields;

MATH

level

courses except

318. PHYS 403 Mathematical Physics

taken as one of these

five electives.

and

MATH 354

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

MATH 408

may be

Majors preparing for

secondary school teaching careers must take

to prepare students planning to teach mathematics on the Probability Theory,

118

3

1

thought;

2.

4.

3

1

MATH 403

History of Mathematics,

Introduction to

Modern Geometry

or


5

Mathematics and Computer Science MATH 325

Foundations of Geometry as three of the

among

MATH

in

MATH 151, MATH 52, MATH 202, MATH 252 shall be accepted in partial ful1

fillment of the requirements for the major in

A

MATH 110 and MATH 200 MATH 120 and MATH 202 MATH 214 and MATH 301

the D range (D+, D, D-)

the five courses

251, and

student receiving a second grade

in

Students

mathematiG.

the D range

in

one of

may

to satisfy #1

.

elect to take

Students

satisfy

number and

among MATH 105

receive a C- or better before being allowed to

107

mathematics courses.

Principles of

Mathematics

Note: Students or

who

are contemplating majoring

Introduction to Calculus

so must take four courses to

II

Selected Topics

Mathematics

I,

in

and

Mathematics,

MATH 108

MATH

Principles of

to satisfy that requirement.

mathemat-

Total

minimum

credits:

18

computer science should be aware of the sequential

nature of the course offerings. their

in

MATH 220

who do

#3 although they may use up to two courses from

the above courses must repeat the course with the higher

enroll in other

ics

not take the other course of that pair for credit

towards the minor:

1

Note: Not more than one grade

may

of courses

five

electives

AauARiAL Science Minor

order for students to plan

In

programs so that degree requirements may be completed

This interdisciplinary minor,

drawing from both high-level

within a four-year period, students should consult with the

mathematics courses and finance courses

chairperson of the department or their adviser as soon as

mathematics majors or accounting and finance majors

possible.

interested in preparing for the actuarial science Total

minimum

credits:

48

pursuing a career as an actuarial or

in

is,

ideally suited for

who

exam and

are

in

a related area.

Credits

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

in

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Matheiviatics Minor A minimum of 18 hours is required.

MATH

I

1

3

MATH MATH MATH

3

151 Calculus

1

152 Calculus

II

3

251 Calculus

111

3

MATH 403

Probability Theory

6

II

Note: Accounting and finance majors

41

-1

42 Elements of Calculus

or ACFI

l-ll

490

One course from among

MATH 120 MATH 202 MATH 214

the following:

3

ments. Total

Statistics

the following:

I

130 Discrete Mathematics Probability

and

I

Statistics

202 Linear Algebra

214 2

1

Introduction to

251 Calculus

III

252 Calculus

IV

MATH

Modern Algebra

6 Analytic Geometry

any 300 or 400

Students

among

120 Introduction to Linear Algebra

200

level

MATH

courses (including

318)

who

minimum

credits: 21

Computer Science Major

Introduaion to Modern Algebra

Elementary

1 1

Mathematics

to satisfy the minor require-

Linear Algebra

Three additional courses from

MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH

MATH 403

Introduction to Linear Algebra

All

3.

may not choose ACFI 476

to satisfy the minor requirements.

major may not choose 2.

3

ACFI 490 Investments

or

MATH

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

Choose one course from the following:

Credits 1.

3

II

ACri 476 Insurance and Risk Management

Students must satisfy

the following three requirements:

151-152 Calculus

I

9

Credits

majors are required to take the following courses:

COMPlOl Computer Science COMP102 Computer Science

3

1

3

II

COMP 206 Introduction to Computer Organization COMP 330 Data Strurtures and Algorithms COMP 340 Organization of Programming Languages COMP 350 Operating Systems COMP 430 Computer Networks COMP 435 Analysis of Algorithms COMP 442 Object-Oriented Software Engineering COMP 470 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence MATH 20 MATH 30

3 3 3 3

3 3

3 3

1

Introduction to Linear Algebra

3

1

Discrete

Mathematic

3

1

take one course from any of the following pairs

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at

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bSc

Mathematics and Computer Science

BRIDGEWATER

MATH 151 -152 Calculus -II MATH 200 Probability and Statistics I

6

advanced degree

3

the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science for

in

mathematics or computer science. Contart

further information concerning eligibility

At

least four elective courses (12 credit hours)

application.

12

selected from:

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

COMP courses at the 300-400 level (except COMP 410 Database Applications and those

Any

and

must be

required above)

MATH

Master of Science

41 5 Numerical Analysis

PHYS 442

Digital ElectroniG

2 credit hours

in

in

Computer Science

the natural sciences including one of the

131-132Survey

141-142 Chemical

strengthening the preparation of individuals currently

l-ll

of Chemistry Principles

working

PHYS 243-244 General

of Physics

in

computer-related

l-ll

training professionals in other areas

be accepted in

in

COMP

the

D

range

D-)

(D-i-, D,

among the four

COMP 206 and COMP 330 shall

in partial fulfillment

of the requirements for the major

01

,

computer science.

1

who

desire

l-ll

02,

1

wish to apply

their respective fields or

to retrain for entry in a

Not more than one grade

who

l-ll

computer science to Physics

fields;

l-ll

PHYS 1 8 1 - 1 82 Elements

COMP

intended to meet

12

BIOL 121-122 General Biology

courses

is

the growing need for high-level computer professionals by:

following sequences:

CHEM CHEM

Computer Science

I

The Master of Science 1

in

C- or better before being allowed to

enroll in other

career;

providing the necessary general and theoretical

background

for

graduate study

A student receiving a second D in one of the

above must repeat the course with the higher number and

computer science

those individuals in

who

wish to continue

computer science beyond the master's

degree.

receive a

computer science

The program consists of 30

courses.

entirely

credits

and may be completed

on a part-time basis (courses are offered

in

the late

afternoon or evening).

Any computer science major who has successfully completed 1

02

wflll

demic

not be allowed to take

COMP

1

00

or

COMP

1

COMP

05 for aca-

Admission Requirements credit. 1

Total

minimum

credits:

69

.

)

A minimum

undergraduate

upon four years

of

work

GPA

of 2.75 based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

GPA based upon work completed Core Curriculum Requirements junior

A minimum

of

1

20 earned hours

is

required for graduation. These 2. )

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

A

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

Academic

"

Three appropriate

Official transcripts of all

letters of

recommendation

undergraduate and

Policies" section of this catalog.

graduate course work

101 Computer Science

102 Computer Science

Credits

1

II

201 Assembly Language Programming

and three additional courses to be selected from:

PHYS 442

Digital Electronics

The Master of Science

3

motivated and prepared to meet the challenges of a rigorous

from various backgrounds

who

are highly

3

advanced degree curriculum.

9

applicants should be familiar with the organization of computers

and have competencies

In

addition to a bachelor's degree,

in:

computer science •

Total

minimum

credits:

18

Honors Program in

Computer Science program seeks to

attract individuals

major

The honors program

in

3

I

or any course counting toward the

a high-level

programming language such as

C,

C-n-, or

Java;

discrete

data structures and algorithms.

and continuous mathematics;

mathematics and computer science

provides highly motivated mathematics and computer science

Demonstrated competencies within these areas can be

majors with opportunities to enhance their academic program

achieved through professional experience, undergraduate

through intensive scholarly study and research designed to be of

study, or transitional graduate coursework. Students

assistance

120

3. )

4. )

Undergraduate

Computer Science Minor COMP COMP COMP

during the

and senior years

in

post-graduate employment or

in

the pursuit of an

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

who do


Mathematics and Computer Science

not already have a computer science degree should contact the

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" sec-

program coordinator

tion of the catalog for information regarding graduate

to determine their level of preparedness.

program

and procedures.

policies

Program Requirements Candidates must successfully complete each of the following

Admission Requirements

courses:

1

.

)

COMP COMP

520 Operating Systems

540 Automata, Computability, and 3

545 Analysis of Algorithms 560

Artificial Intelligence

Candidates must successfully complete

among

the

2. )

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

3

3. )

An

3

4. )

Three appropriate

5. )

Official transcripts of all

courses from

five

A

initial

teaching license

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

adviser

in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

security,

is

Planning"

the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this

in

catalog.

Program Requirements GRPP 501 Graduate Program Education Core Courses

Credits

Planning

1

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom:

3

Curriculum

EDMC 532 to

recently

3

The Teacher as Leader: From Issues

Advocacy

EDMC

3

533 The Standards-Based Classroom:

EDMC 538

addressed issues such as human-computer interaction,

computer

Planning, which

described under "Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program

Instruction

Computer Science (COMP 596) has

bioinformatics,

recommendation

undergraduate and

graduate course work

All

in

letters of

15

follovi/ing:

COMP 510 Topics in Programming Languages COMP 525 Design and Construction of Compilers COMP 530 Software Engineering COMP 536 Graphics COMP 550 Topics in Discrete Mathematics COMP 562 Expert Systems COMP 565 Logic Programming COMP 570 Robotics COMP 575 Natural Language Processing COMP 580 Database Systems COMP 582 Distributed Database Systems COMP 594 Computer Networks COMP 596 Topics in Computer Science* COMP 599 Computer Science Seminar *Topics

during the

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test

3

590 Computer Architecture

of 2.75 based

and senior years

junior

Formal Languages

COMP COMP COMP

CPA

undergraduate

GPA based upon work completed

3

Principles

A minimum

upon four years of work or a 3.0 undergraduate

Credits

and Assessment

for Diverse Learners

The Professional Teacher

3

(final

program course)

3

computer vision and

computer learning systems.

Concentration Electives MAT students are expected to have,

At the conclusion of the program, candidates

will

option of sitting for a comprehensive written

exam which

have the

18 or acquire in addition to

degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level courses, to

be determined by the department.

incorporates subject matter from the five required courses or completing a capstone projert that allows candidates to

pursue an area of interest

in

The Master of Arts

in

in

minimum

license

30

Teaching Mathematics

and are seeking a professional

Commonwealth

credits:

of Massachusetts. The

18 approved graduate

credits in the

academic

MAT

who have

sional objeaives of the student,

an

six

is

required.

required courses or a capstone project approved by the

department

is

also required.

license in the

program

is

Successful completion of a comprehensive examination in the

Teaching degree was developed for high

school and middle school subject area teachers initial

of

area of concentration, which meet the academic and profes-

Total

Master of Arts

A minimum

depth.

Total

minimum

credits:

34

de-

signed to meet the "appropriate master's degree" requirement,

which

is

part of the criteria for professional stage licensure,

as set forth

in

the most recent

degree program

who want

will also

DOE

licensure regulations. This

appeal to secondary school teachers

already hold a standard level or professional license and to acquire additional

knowledge and a master's degree

in

the discipline.

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121 of this catalog.


A

Music Major

Faculty

Audition Requirement Chairperson:

Associate Professor

Salil

A

Sachdev

formal audition

major. There

Graduate Program

is

required for acceptance into the music

is

no audition requirement

music minor Auditions are held

in

acceptance into the

for

February,

May and Novem-

Completed audition forms must be received by the music

Coordinator:

Professor Carol Nicholeris

ber.

Professor

Jean Kreiling

forms, or additional information,

department two weeks

prior to the audition date.

To obtain

contaa Dr Carol

Nicholeris,

audition coordinator, at 508.531.2040.

Associate Steven Young

Professor:

must

Instrumentalists

proficiently execute the following:

• Major scales up to four sharps and

Assistant

scale

Deborah Nemko

Professor:

flats

and chromatic

two octaves from memory

• Sight-reading •

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1377 Location: l^axwell Library, Room 31 3 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/depts/music

A

three to five minute prepared solo, with or without

accompaniment •

A

seleaion

in

a contrasting style

Singers must proficiently execute the following:

Degree Programs •

BA

in

Music

An unaccompanied major

scale

on a neutral

syllable

• Sight-reading

Concentration: Music Education

An

MAT -

A

Music Education

Undergraduate Minor

art-song or aria

selection in a contrasting style

Accompanist must be provided by the student.

• Music

Within 10 days of the audition, the candidate fied of his/her status.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS 1

.

2.

Bachelor of Arts a Bachelor of Arts degree. The overarching goal of the is

performance within a prepares students

liberal arts context,

who

including further study

• The student

and

may

repeat an audition more than once on

must pass the audition within one year or

not be accepted as a music major 3.

in

not accepted to the major.

A

student

addition, the Music

music and Massachusetts Teacher

Department

may

audition only once

may

not take courses with a

offers a

minor

for

or BS

degree

in

is

more

MUSC

prefix other

than to

Core Curriculum Requirements

those

BA

auditions and

not accepted as a music major:

fulfill

In

who

interests,

Licensure.

students pursuing a

noti-

a scheduled audition or jury day

and by so doing

wish to pursue a variety of

be

conditionally accepted into the major.

program

to provide a solid foundation in music history, theory

will

will be:

accepted into the major.

• The student

The music department offers a major within the framework of

He/she

may

select

music as a minor

other majors, as well as

courses that satisfy the college-wide Core Curriculum Require-

ments. Private instruction

is

given

in

piano, guitar, voice

and

Students with questions concerning the suitability of audition material should contact

orchestral

and band instruments; a performance study fee

Dr.

Carol Nicholeris at 508.531.2040

is

or e-mail: cnicholeris@bridgew.edu.

charged

for these lessons.

available for both singers

A

Performing organizations are also

and

instrumentalists.

A

student majoring

in

music must earn 49 credits by combining

required courses and electives.

student wishing to major or minor

in

In

addition, a piano proficiency

music should consult examination, which addresses basic competencies, must be

with the department chairperson as early as possible. Certain courses

may be waived pending

passed. Specific musical examples and guidelines are available consultation with the music

from the music department

department chairperson and/or completion of proficiency

chair. Alternatively,

the proficiency

tests.

requirements

may be met by

successful completion of

440. The Department of Music

will

permit

its

MUSC

majors to use

only one passing grade below C- to satisfy requirements

in

the music major (including both the required core courses and

122

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Music electives).

An

additional grade

below C-

to take another music course, chosen

in

will require

Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

the student

MUSC 367

consultation with his or

her adviser. The required core courses are designed to develop

competence

theory, history, musicianship

in

Requirement-CWRM)

and performance:

MUSC 369

Credits

MUSC 62

Music

1

in

African Culture

Music by Women Composers (Writing

Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum

Music of the Twentieth Century

3

3

Elective:

or

MUSC 163 Music of the Non-Western World MUSC 270 Sight-Singing and Ear-Training MUSC 271 Music Theory MUSC 272 Sight-Singing and Ear-Training MUSC 273 Music Theory MUSC 281 Music History MUSC 282 Music History MUSC 351 Conduaing MUSC 372 Form and Analysis 1700-1900 MUSC 472 Form and Analysis

The remaining history electives above or

3

1

MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC

3

1

3

II

II

3

1

3 3

II

3

1:

3

II:

3

371 Counterpoint

373 Composition

I

374 Composition

II

399

Special Topics in Music

456 Methods

499

Ensembles:

7

MUSC 109 Beginning African Drumming MUSC Marching Band MUSC 113 Jazz Band MUSC 5 Instrumental Ensemble MUSC 118 Chorale MUSC 119 Vocal Ensemble MUSC 183 String Ensemble

recitals

counted toward recitals

(which

Note: Students

may

in

which the student

will generally

Artist Series recitals,

MUSC

1 1 1

109

MUSC

or

and no more than 2

credits

credits

may be taken

can be taken

in

is

performing

as a music major

in

will

recitals),

be posted

in

along with the mini-

MUSC 191 Introduction MUSC 271 Music Theory

taking

or she

meet the is

enrolled

not be permitted to graduate as a music

major.

MUSC

Total

in

not be

the Music Department

A student who fails to

115.

by either demonstrating proficiency

will

concerning these

minimum requirement for every semester he

minimum

credits;

49

Core Curriculum Requirements

Students are expected to meet music technology requirements

ing

assigned number of on-

include First Friday recitals. Faculty

and student

mum number required, will

apply only one ensemble credit per semes-

toward the major. No more than 3

specific,

this requirement.) Specifics

at the start of each semester.

ter

MUSC 440

with a grade of "C" or above.

every semester they are registered as music

majors. (Recitals

1 1

Skills

music majors must attend a

campus

1 1 1

Music

in

Recital Requirement: All

Ensemble

Music Education

Piano Proficiency Requirement: Completion of

Advanced Keyboard

The Twentieth Century

in

Directed Study

A minimum

music technology or by

to Music Technology prior to tak-

of

120 earned hours

specified in the "Undergraduate

I.

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

Performance Studies

"Undergraduate Academic

(6 credits, including

at least one semester at the 300 level):

Policies" section of this catalog.

6

Music Education Concentration

MUSC 121,221,321,421 Brass MUSC 122, 222, 322, 422 Percussion MUSC 23, 223, 323, 423 Strings (Violin, Viola) MUSC 124, 224, 324, 424 Woodwinds MUSC 125 225, 325, 425 Guitar MUSC 26, 226, 326, 426 Strings (Cello, Bass) MUSC 131, 231, 331, 431 Voice (Singing) MUSC 141,241,341,441 Piano

The music department

offers a

music education concentration,

which allows prospective music educators to earn a bachelor of

1

arts

degree

This

program

in

music with a concentration is

designed for students

in

who

sachusetts state licensure for teaching Music

1

their

music education.

wish to earn Mas(all

levels) within

undergraduate experience.

The following courses are required to complete the music

Music History Elective from:

MUSC 363

3

Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-

CWRM) MUSC 364

education concentration:

Music of Bach, Handel, and Vivaldi (Writing

Music of the Classical and Romantic

Periods (Writing Intensive

in

Credits â&#x20AC;˘

MUSC 270 MUSC 271 MUSC 273

Sight-Singing and Ear-Training

Music Theory Music Theory

3

1

3

1

3

II

the Major Core

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B^C

Music

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

MUSC

281 Music History

MUSC 282 MUSC 372

Music History

3

I

3

II

Form and Analysis

1700-1900

1:

3

* Students seeking

participate in a large

Initial

Licensure in music will

ensemble (Wind or Chorale)

6 semesters of which only 5 semesters must be **

Cognate Requirements MUSC 166 SuA/ey of American

which Jazz

SPED 203

Life

Cycle

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

Some

and Society

certain

of the required courses listed above also

will

Total

minimum

credits:

87

3

3

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum Note:

students

Proficiency Exam,

may necessitate private lessons

3

PSYC 227 Development through the

a minimum of

for credit.

Asa minimum prerequisite to student teaching,

be required to pass a Music Education Piano •

be required to

for

fulfill

of 120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Core Curriculum Requirements

specified in the "Undergraduate

Academic Programs" seaion

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the 5 credits from ensembles*:

MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC

5

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

112 Wind Ensemble 113 Jazz Band

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special

115 Instrumental Ensemble 118 Chorale 119 Vocal Ensemble

Education

183 String Ensemble

Students

may choose

a double major in music

and elementary

education, early childhood education or special education for •

4

credits in

300

performance studies. At

and

level

at least

mance medium vocalist)

MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC •

least

one semester

in

licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials with sug-

one semester at the

gested course sequences are available.

a secondary perfor-

(voice for an instrumentalist; instrument for

4

must be completed

Minor

in

Education (All Levels) education must refer to the "Department

121,221,321,421 Brass

Students minoring

122,222,322, 422 Percussion

of Secondary Education

123, 223, 323,

423

124, 224, 324,

424 Woodwinds

in

and Professional Programs"

for specific

requirements, and consult with the Music Department for ad-

Strings (Violin, Viola)

ditional information.

125,225,325, 425 Guitar 126, 226, 326,

426

Music Minor

Strings (Cello, Bass)

131, 231, 331, 431 Voice (Singing)

141,241,341,441 Piano

MUSC 140 Class Piano MUSC 270 Sight-Singing

additional required courses:

MUSC 351 MUSC 375

Credits

Required courses: 3

1

and

Ear-Training

3

1

or

Conducting

3

Orchestration and Arranging (instrumental

emphasis)

3

or

MUSC 272

MUSC MUSC

Sight-Singing and Ear-Training

271 Music Theory 281 Music History

II

3

1

3

1

or

MUSC 455

Creative Activities in Elementary School Music

MUSC 282

Music History

II

(vocal emphasis)

MUSC 388 Instrumental Techniques MUSC 456 Methods in Music Education MUSC 483 Choral Techniques MUSC — Music History elective

3

Three credits

3

118, 119, 183)*

in

ensembles (MUSC

1 1

2,

1 1

3,

3

Six additional credits

from among the following:

Performance Studies: (maximum four credits Initial

Licensure must also declare a minor in

secondary education and complete the

credit at the

follovi/ing courses:

(See the "Secondary Education and Preprofessional Programs" section of this catalog)

EDHM EDHM EDHM EDHM EDHM EDHM

210

Introduction to Teaching

3

235 Learning and Motivation

3

335 Assessment and Planning

3

413

3

Strategies for Teaching Music

445 Content Area Reading, Writing and Study

490 Student Teaching**

3

5

3

-

Students seeking

1 1

Skills

3

300

- at

least

level of study)

MUSC 121,221,321,421 Brass MUSC 122, 222, 322, 422 Percussion MUSC 123, 223, 323, 423 Strings (Violin, Viola) MUSC 124, 224, 324, 424 Woodwinds MUSC 125, 225, 325, 425 Guitar MUSC 126, 226, 326, 426 Strings (Cello, Bass) MUSC 131, 231, 331, 431 Voice (Singing) MUSC 141,241,341,441 Piano

12

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

one 6


Music MUSC

130 Voice Class

department's technology specialist

I

or

8)

MUSC 230 Voice Class MUSC 62 Music in African Culture MUSC 166 Survey of American Jazz MUSC 67 The Music of Black Americans MUSC 240 Class Piano MUSC 272 Sight-Singing and Ear-Training MUSC 273 Music Theory MUSC 274 Creating Music MUSC 281 Music History

MAT

applicants are expected to have,

or acquire in addition to degree requirements,

II

1

an appropriate background of college

1

department. (Appropriate background for a

level courses, to

music concentration would include theory,

II

history, ear training/sight singing,

II

and piano

II

9)

A candidate for this music methods

or

MUSC 282 Music History MUSC 364 Music of the Classical and Romantic Periods MUSC 366 American Music of the Twentieth Century MUSC 367 Music by Women Composers MUSC 371 Counterpoint MUSC 372 Form and Analysis 1700-1900 MUSC 399 Special Topics in Music MUSC 499 Directed Study in Music

program

may

in

general

prior to enrolling in this

take either

MUSC 455 Methods in MUSC 455 Creative

Music Education or

Aaivities in Elementary School Music

in

addition to regular program requirements. 1

1:

credits: 21

be expected

will

one course

program. A candidate missing such background

II

minimum

conducting,

proficiency.)

to have taken at least

I

Total

be determined by the

0)

Official transcripts of

all

undergraduate and

graduate course work

Program Requirements

Credits

Education Core Courses

GRADUATE PROGRAMS POSTBACCALAUREATE PROGRAM! INITIAL LICENSURE - Teacher of Music In

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum EDMC 532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy.... EDMC 533 The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction and Assessment

EDMC 538

3 3 3

for Diverse Learners

The Professional Teacher

3 (final

program

course)... 3

conjunction with the School of Education and Allied Studies

and the School of Graduate offers a postbaccalaureate

Studies, the

Department of Music

program which

graduate to obtain Massachusetts

initial

qualifies a

music

licensure as a teacher

of music at the PreK-12 grade level (vocal, instrumental,

Music Courses

MUSC 552 MUSC 558

in

Music Education Problems

OrffSchulwerk Teacher Training: Level

(MUSC 559 OrffSchulwerk Teacher Training:

general).

or

MUSC 562

may be For additional current information concerning this program,

Seminar

3 I

Level

II

OrffSchulwerk Teacher Training: Level

III

substituted for this course)

MUSC 559

3

Orff Schulwerk Teacher Training: Level

3

II

contact the Music Department. or

Master of Arts

in

MUSC 503 Directed Study MUSC 564 Music in the Arts: A Cultural Perspective MUSC 569 Foundations in Music Education MUSC 575 Techniques for Arranging Classroom and

Teaching Music

Education Admission Requirements A minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.75 1 )

based upon four

3 3

Concert

Music

3

yearsofworkora 3.0 undergraduate GI^A based upon

work completed during 2)

A

junior

and senior

years.

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

Successful completion of a comprehensive examination

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test 3)

A

4)

An

also

Total

minimum

credits:

33

bachelor's degree in music initial

teaching license and teaching

experience

in

the

field

5)

Three appropriate

6)

A passing

of music

letters of

recommendation

score on the music department

proficiency test

and

either a formal audition or

a video of the applicant's teaching and/or 7)

is

required.

Demonstrated proficiency

in

conduaing

the use of technological

applications for music education as assessed by the

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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Faculty Aeon Skoble

Chairperson:

Associate Professor

Professors:

Robert Fitzgibbons, Edward James,

Philosophy Major A minimum of ten philosophy courses (30 credits) is required. A grade of "C or higher is required in all philosophy course

Francine Quaglio

work contributing

Associate Professor:

Catherine

to the major.

CREorrs

Womack •

One

At least one of the following courses

three-credit

1

00-level philosophy course

3

Assistant Professor:

Laura IVlcAlinden

in logic is

3

required:

PHIL 201 Rational Thinking

William Devlin

Instructor:

PHIL 310 Symbolic Logic

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1379

Room 341 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Philosophy

Location: Tillinghast Hall,

At least two of the following courses

in

the history

of philosophy are required:

PHIL 301 Plato and Aristotle

Degree Program •

BA

PHIL 303 Major Modern Philosophers

Philosophy

in

PHIL 305 American Philosophy

Concentration: Applied Ethics

At

Undergraduate Minor

least

two

of the following area courses are

required:

PHIL 402 Knowledge and Truth

• Philosophy

PHIL 403 Ethics and Aaion PHIL 404 Mind and Language

The Department of Philosophy offers a major leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree.

The program

A

minor

in

philosophy

is

also available.

PHIL 450 Senior Seminar

philosophy provides a solid foundation for

in

in

Philosophy (Writing

entry into careers such as law, journalism, college teaching,

Intensive in the major Core Curriculum

management, and medical

Requirement-CWRM)

graduate work

in

ethics, as well as preparation for

is

required

philosophy and related disciplines.

At

range of analytical, interpretive, evaluative and

least three additional courses in philosophy

are required

The study of philosophy involves the development of a broad critical abilities

as they are applied to a variety of theoretical and practical hu-

Core Curriculum Requirements

man

A minimum

concerns. Courses

of philosophy as a

about the

in

mode

the problems, history, and methods of critical thinking deal with questions

priority of values,

the status of knowledge, truth, and

consciousness, the nature of

science and

art, religion,

politics.

of 120 earned hours

specified in the

offers

numerous opportunities

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

and

models of

atmosphere

mutual respect and open-mindedness. Faculty

of

work

intellectual excellence,

closely with students

who

Policies" section of this catalog.

for students to

excel, provides

advisers

required for graduation.

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

The department

is

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Total

wish to plan a course

of study within the philosophy program. Academically talented

Fulfill

requirements for the philosophy major with at least four

PHIL 203 Happiness and the Meaning of PHIL 204 Sex and Personal Relations

activities include

Philosophy club, which gives students from to discuss philosophical topics in

all

30

courses from the following distribution:

about

honors program. Extracurricular

credits:

Applied Ethics Concentration

students should contact the department chairperson for details its

minimum

fosters an

the

majors a chance

an open and constructive

Life

PHIL 205 Medical EthiG

PHIL 210 Liberation Ethics

manner. The Club also sponsors the Bridgewater Journal of

PHIL 322 Philosophy of

Philosophy, which publishes student research and essays.

PHIL 330 Amoralism, Egoism, and Altruism

Law

PHIL 334 Freewill, Determinism and Responsibility '

126

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Total

minimum

credits:

30


Philosophy Minor For a

minor

higher grades

philosophy, a student must complete six philoso-

in

in

future philosophy courses will be neces-

sary in order to eventually reach the 3.5

GPA

in

philosophy

required for completing the Honors Program.

phy courses (18 chairperson to their

in

credits). Interested

students should contact the

order to discuss an individual program relevant

academic majors.

minimum

Total

credits:

18

Double Majors Philosophy

is

an excellent double major

in

that

enriches the

it

questions and theoretical orientation of any other discipline. Interested students, particularly those majoring

should contaa the chairperson

in

in

education,

order to discuss an individual

program.

Philosophy Departmental Honors Program The Philosophy Departmental Honors Program encourages students to excel

ance

in

philosophy, to provide models and guid-

for pursuing excellence,

and to honor those students who

demonstrate excellence. To be accepted into the departmental honors program, a student must be a philosophy major and fulfill

the following criteria at the time of application to the

philosophy honors program':

A

3.3

GPA

for

all

philosophy courses to be used toward

a Bridgewater State College degree with a

minimum

of

three philosophy courses completed.^

A

3.3

GPA

for

all

completed course work to be used for a

Bridgewater State College degree. •

At least 60 credits completed toward an undergraduate degree.

For additional information concerning the departmental

honors program

in

Philosophy, please contact the department

chairperson.

The philosophy department has a chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the international honors society for philosophy. Membership is

open, regardless of major, to sophomores and higher with

a 3.0 average in

two

cumulative GPA.

Members

to

wear

or

more philosophy

a sash indicating

classes

membership as part

and a 3.2

and are

receive a certificate

eligible

of their

graduation regalia.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS The department does not currently offer a graduate program. However, philosophy courses at the 400 tion of PHIL 499,

may be taken

for

level,

with the excep-

graduate credit with the

consent of the Department of Philosophy.

'

Upon admission

to the departmental honors program, a

student's philosophy major advisor will

assume

for advising the student in respect to the 2

responsibility

honors program.

Students entering the Honors Program at or near the

minimum GPA

for

admission should be aware that achieving

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1 Physics ii Faculty

Major

Physics

The physics department offers two physics concentrations: a

Chairperson:

professional physics concentration and a general physics

Associate Professor Martina Arndt

concentration. Both concentrations have a core set of seven

Graduate Program Coordinator:

physics courses along with cognate courses in mathematics

Professor Jeffrey Williams

and chemistry.

Edward Deveney, Thomas Kling

All

Associate

Physics Core

Professors:

physics majors take the physiG core.

Credits

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1386 Location: Conant Science Building,

Web site:

PHYS 243-244 General PhysiG

Room 1 1SA

PHYS 401 Modern

www.bridgew.edu/physics

Degree Programs •

BA

in

MAT MAT

3

Electricity

Physics

and Magnetism

3

CHEM MATH

Physics

-

Physical Science

-

Physics

3

Core Cognates:

Concentration: Professional Physics •

3

PHYS 414 Experimental PHYS 439 Mechanics

Concentration: General Physics

• BS

4

Physics

PHYS 402 Quantum Mechanics PHYS 438

Physics

in

8

l-ll

141-142 Chemical 151-152 Calculus

Principles

8

l-ll

6

l-ll

Total

minimum

38

credits:

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

Undergraduate Minors

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

• Physics

specified

• Geophysics*

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

*lnterdisciplinary

The Department of Physics necessary

skills

"Undergraduate Academic

Minor

strives to provide students

research, teaching, or further study

grams

in

with the

and knowledge to pursue successful careers

physics culminating

in

in

graduate programs. Pro-

in

the degrees of Bachelor of Arts,

Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts

in

Teaching are offered.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Policies"

seaion of

this catalog.

Professional Physics Concentration The physics major with a professional physics concentration is

designed to meet the needs of students going to gradu-

ate school

in

physics or a related

field, or

jobs

in

science or

engineering.

Requirements

Credits

Physics core courses

24

Physics core cognates

14

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science The Department of Physics offers programs leading to the bachelor's degree in physics.

students with the necessary successful careers

in

A

major

skills

in

physics provides

and knowledge to pursue

research, teaching, graduate

sional programs, industry, engineering

and

meet

specific future needs.

also offers students opportunities

in

1

2 credit hours of physics electives

the 100 level from the

list

12

PHYS 403 Mathematical Physics PHYS 405 Nuclear Physics

PHYS 409 General

Relativity

and Cosmology

fields.

The department

on-campus research and

PHYS 422 Computer Simulation

in Physical

Science

PHYS 433 Thermal PhysiG PHYS 435 Optics PHYS 442

Digital Electronics

I

internships.

PHYS 458 Advanced Students

who

are contemplating majoring in this department

should be aware of the sequential nature of the course ings.

It is

128

and Magnetism

PHYS 459 Advanced Mechanics PHYS 460 Advanced Quantum Mechanic

of prime importance that students consult with the

in

Electricity

offer-

chairperson of the department as soon as possible so that they

can complete degree requirements

above

below:

profes-

and many other

Each student can plan a physics program with the help of a faculty adviser to

Electives:

PHYS 498

Internship

in

Physics

PHYS 499 Directed Study

four years.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

in

Physics


Physics

Cognates:

MATH 251 MATH 316

Calculus

3

III

3

Differential Equations

minimum

Total

56

credits:

Minor in Secondary Education (High School, Middle School or PreK-12 Specialist) may minor

Students

secondary education (high school,

in

middle school or preK-12

General Physics Concentration

this minor, the

The physics major with a general physics concentration signed to meet the needs of students seeking jobs

in

is

de-

Physics

teaching,

specialist). Successful

program requirements of

either a

and PHYS 107 Exploring the Universe

sachusetts

Initial

completion of

BA

will

or BS in

lead to Mas-

Teacher Licensure. Please refer to the "De-

engineering, industry, computers, finance, biology, medicine, law

partment of Secondary Education and Professional Programs"

and many other

for specific teacher licensure requirements.

fields.

would be an

also

It

combine with many of the minors offered

effective

major to

at the college.

Along

with the physics core and physics core cognate courses, the stu-

Honors Program

dent must take

The honors program

six

hours of physics electives from the

list

below.

in

physics provides highly motivated

physics majors with opportunities to enhance their academic

Cognates:

Credits

program through intensive scholarly study and research

Physics core courses;

24

designed to be of assistance

Physics core cognates

14

or in the pursuit of

in

post-graduate employment

an advanced degree

in physics.

Contact

the Department of Physics for further information concerning

6

Physics Electives

and application.

eligibility

PHYS 107 Exploring the Universe

PHYS 180 Energy and

its

Uses

Social

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

PHYS 403 Mathematical Physics PHYS 405 Nuclear Physics

PHYS 409 General

and Cosmology

Relativity

PHYS 422 Computer Simulation

in Physical

Master of Arts

Science

The Master of Arts

PHYS 433 Thermal PhysiG

for high school

PHYS 435 Optics PHYS 442

have an

Digital Electronics

PHYS 458 Advanced

Electricity

the

and Magnetism

Commonwealth

which

is

and are seeking a professional

of Massachusetts. This

MAT

license in

program

most recent DOE licensure regulations.

minimum

credits:

44

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of the catalog for information regarding graduate

18 credits

policies

Minor

in physics

minimum

credits;

18

Admission Requirements 1

.

)

is

jointly offered

A minimum

work

GPA

of 2.75 based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

during the

Sci-

ences and Geography. For further information contact the 2. )

department chairpersons.

A

and senior years

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

and verbal parts of the GRE General Test

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special

3. )

An

4. )

Three appropriate

5. )

Official transcripts of all

Education may choose

of

GPA based upon work completed

with the Department of Earth

junior

Students

undergraduate

upon four years

Geophysics Minor minor

program

and procedures.

acceptable for the physics major. Total

A

de-

Physics Total

Physics

is

part of the criteria for professional stage licensure, as

set forth in the

Internship in PhysiG in

and middle school subject area teachers who license

signed to meet the "appropriate master's degree" requirement,

PHYS 460 Advanced Quantum Mechanics PHYS 499 Directed Study

Teaching Physics

I

PHYS 459 Advanced Mechanics PHYS 498

initial

in

Teaching Physics degree was developed

in

initial

teaching license letters of

recommendation

undergraduate and

graduate course work a double major

in

physics

and elementary

education, early childhood education or special education for licensure purposes. Please contact the

Department

and the appropriate education department tion.

of Physics

for further informa-

All

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their

adviser

in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

is

described under "Graduate Advisers and Graduate Program

Planning"

in

the "School of Graduate Studies" seaion of this

catalog.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

129


Program Requirements GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Credits

Planning

1

Education Core Courses

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum EDMC 532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy... EDMC 533 The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction

3 3

EDMC 530 EDMC 531 EDMC 532 EDMC 533

3

Credits

The Teacher as Researcher

3

The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy

EDMC 538 The

for Diverse Learners

3

Professional Teacher (final

program 3

course)

Professional Teacher

3 ..3

The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction

and Assessment

and Assessment

EDMC 538 The (final

3

Program requirements: Education Core Courses

3'

program course)

Introductory course

PHSC 501 Problem

Concentration Electives

MAT

students are expected to have, or acquire

in

Twelve (12) credits

be determined by the department.

credits

A minimum

in

Physical Science

3

Concentration Electives

degree requirements, an appropriate background of college level courses, to

Solving

addition to

in

eleaives at least 3

from each area:

12

of 18 approved graduate credits in the

Chemistry

academic area of concentration, which meet the academic and professional objectives of the student,

18

required

is

Successful completion of a comprehensive examination

is

also

CHEM 512 CHEM 550 CHEM 560

Microcomputers as Laboratory Instruments Chemistry and the Environment Special Topics in Chemistry

required. Total

minimum

credits:

34

Earth Science

EASC 501 Observational Astronomy

Master of Arts

in

EASC 504 Observational Meteorology

Teaching General

EASC 550 Modern Developments

Science This

program

EASC 560 is

in

Earth Science

Special Topics in Earth Science

inactive.

Physics

Master of Arts Science The MAT Physical

in

Teaching Physical

PHYS 560 Science degree

was developed

school and middle school subject area teachers initial

for high

who have an

license in chemistry, earth science or physics

seeking a professional license chusetts. This

PHYS 550 Physics

MAT

program

is

in

the

of

Massa-

defined to meet the "appropriis

Teachers-A Modern Review

Physics of the Environment

Special Topics in Secondary School Science

and are

Commonwealth

ate master's degree" requirement, which

PHYS 581 The PHYS 593

for

Special Topics in Physics Teaching

or

PHYS 594

Special Topics in Junior High Science

for professional stage licensure, as set forth in the

most recent

Massachusetts Department of Education licensure regulations.

Capstone course PHSC 590 Integrated

Physical Science Total

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog for information regarding

program

policy

and procedures.

Admission requirements: A minimum undergraduate GPA 1) upon four years

of

work

of 2.75

2)

A

based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

GPA based upon work completed junior

during the

and senior years

composite score of 900 on the quantitative

and verbal parts

of the

GRE General

Test

3)

An

4)

Three appropriate letters of recommendation

5)

initial

teaching license

Official transcripts of all

undergraduate and

graduate course work

130

I

part of the criteria

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

minimum

credits:

33


The

Faculty

political science

tion) offers students

Chairperson:

major (international

and processes that govern

Professor George Serra

among

affairs

concentra-

an understanding of the structures

and economic

political

relations

global actors. This program provides a foundation for

Graduate Program

graduate work

Coordinator

and economics, international law and organization, and

Associate Professor Wendy Haynes

international politics, international business

in

for a

professional career in these fields.

Michael Kryzanek, Shaheen Mozaffar

Professors:

The

political science

major

(legal studies concentration) offers

students a background for professional careers in the field of

Assistant Professors:

program provides a foundation

Jordon Barkalow, Brian Frederick,

law. This

Mark Kemper, Deniz Leuenberger,

paralegal studies.

for

law school and

for

Margaret Stout The Instructor:

Location:

Summer Street House, Room

scientific

101

education

institutions

Degree Programs

The

BA

in Political

Science

and

in

preparation for entry into advanced degree

political

in

Politics,

Affairs, Legal Studies, Public

international

is

• Master of Public Administration (MPA)

in

the United States.

major (public administration concentration)

political science

sectors at the federal, state,

Administration

public service, private

organizations

prepares students for a career focus

Concentrations: American

politics.

designed to provide strong undergraduate

is

programs and professional careers

Website: www.bridgew.edu/PoliSci

politics concentration)

broad understanding of American

The concentration

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.1387

major (American

political science

offers students a

Jodie Kluver

and

who

designed for those students

in

the public and nonprofit

local levels.

The concentration

wish to pursue a Master of

Public Administration degree and/or a career in this field.

Concentrations: Financial Administration, Municipal

and Regional Development and Management,

Bachelor of Arts

Nonprofit Administration

The Department of degree

in Political

Science offers the Bachelor of Arts

Political

Science.

Undergraduate Minors • Civic Education and

Community Leadership*

Political Science

Core Courses

• Political Science All political

science majors, regardless of their concentration,

must complete 21 • Interdisciplinary

credits by taking the following core courses:

minor Credits

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

POL1 172 Introduction to American Government

3

POLI 260 International Relations

3

POLI 274 Western

3

Political

Thought-Plato to the Present

POLI 275 Comparative Government

3

The Political Science Program

POLI 277 American Government: State and Local

3

The Department of

POLI 350 Research Methods

3

study

in political

Political

science: a political science major (no concen-

tration), a political science tion),

Science offers five programs of

major (American politiG concentra-

a political science major (international affairs concentra-

tion), a political

science major (legal studies concentration) and

a political science major (public administration concentration).

POLI 475 Senior Seminar

political

This

in their

own

country and

program provides a foundation

cal science, public administration

in

political

other parts of the world.

for

graduate work

and international

the study of law, and for professional careers in

Science

Requirement-CWRM) Note: Only 3 credits

may be

in

3

Internship or 3 credits in Directed Study

applied toward the Political Science major.

minimum

credits in Political Science core: 21

science major (no concentration) offers students

an understanding of governmental structures and processes

in Political

Science

(Writing Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum

Total

The

in Political

the public and private sectors.

in

in politi-

affairs, for

teaching and

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required 1

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

Academic Programs"

section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

SCHOOL OF arts AND SCIENCES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


Science

Political

Political Science

Major

(21 credits)

400

and

1

Major

Political Science

(No Concentration) A student choosing the political science major (no concentration) must complete the political science major CORE courses 300

5 credits (five courses) at the POL!

(International Affairs Concentration)

A

student choosing the

and the concentration requirements below:

or

level.

Credits

minimum

Total

Political Science

credits:

36

A minimum

of

CORE

courses

Law and

3

POLI 330 Asian

Relations

Political

3

Politics

POLI 385 Government and POLI 387 Government and

POL! 391 The American Presidency

POLI 388 Government and

minimum

of

Issues

Politics

POLI 382 Latin American Government and

POLI 372 Legislative Process and Procedure

Politics

Politics

the Middle East

Politics in

of Africa

Politics of

Eastern Europe

one course must be

selected from the following:

POLI 375 American

3

Aaors and

POLI 381 United States-Latin American Relations

The Powers

Government

addition, a

Policy:

POLI 377 Canadian-American

3

Politics:

3

POLI 473 International Organization

Choose one course from the following:

following concentration requirements:

of

POLI 384 United States Foreign Policy

POLI 386 Canadian

21

one course must be selected from the

POLI 341 Constitutional

21

POLI 370 Canadian Foreign

Credits Science

courses

Choose one course from the following:

and the concentration requirements below:

Political

CORE

Science

Political

Major

(American Politics Concentration) A student choosing the political science major (American politics concentration) must complete the CORE courses above

In

major (international

political science

must complete the CORE courses above

affairs concentration)

3

Political Parties

and

Interest

Choose one course from the following:

Groups

POLI 379 Voters, Elections and Campaigns POLI 380 Public Opinion and Mass

Behavior

Political

Political

POLI 365 International

Politics of

POLI

455

3

Economy

POLI 361 International

the Environment

Totalitarian Political Systems: Dictators

and the Reign of Terror In

addition, students choosing the

tration

must

American

politics

POLI 488

concen-

POLI

select electives (other than those taken in the

categories above) from the course

menu below

to

Law and

First

and Development

Internship

in Political

in

the Third World

Science (3 credits only) Total

minimum

(Legal Studies Concentration)

Law and

Politics:

A

The

student choosing the

concentration)

POLI 343 Constitutional Law and

political science

major

(legal studies

must complete the CORE courses above and

the concentration requirements below:

Politics: Liberty

and Equality

Credits

POLI 344 Constitutional Law and

Politics:

Rights

Political

Science

CORE

POLI 375 American POLI 376 Urban

Political Parties

and

All of

Interest

Groups

Politics

Politics in

Political

and

Law and

Politics:

The 3

POLI 372 Legislative Process and Procedure

3

the United States

One course

in Political

First

Science (3 credits only) Total

minimum

credits:

Law and

Politics:

Law and

Politics: Liberty

Law and

Politics:

Law and

Regulation

The

Amendment

POLI 343 Constitutional

36

3

selected from the following:

POLI 342 Constitutional

Politics

POLI 479 Public Policy

POLI 498 Internship

3

Judicial Process

Powers of Government Behavior

POLI 391 The American Presidency

Women

Law and the

POLI 341 Constitutional

POLI 380 Public Opinion and Mass POLI 389 Racial

the following:

POLI 285

POLI 379 Voters, Elections and Campaigns

and Equality POLI 344 Constitutional of the

Rights

Accused

POLI 495 Administrative

132

21

courses

Accused

POLI 372 Legislative Process and Procedure

POLI 476

36

Major

Political Science

The

Amendment

of the

credits:

9

Politics:

Powers of Government POLI 342 Constitutional

Politics

meet the

15 credit requirement of the concentration:

POLI 341 Constitutional

498

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

j


Science

Political

One course

selected from the following:

PHIL 235

Human

Rights and

Human

3

POLI/ECON 340 Law and Economics POLI 400 Special Topics

in Political

Science*

POLI 485 Honors Thesis

in Political

Science*

Political Science A student may qualify as

ship

if

ing the following requirements:

Credits

a significant portion of the course content or intern-

A

related to the law.

is

the course or internship

is

POL1 172 Introduction to American Government

3

POLI 260 International Relations

3

POLI 274 Western

determination as to whether the

course or internship meets this requirement the department chairperson.

If

will

Political

Thought-Plato to the

Present

be made by

3

POLI 275 Comparative Government

3

the chairperson concludes that

not sufficiently related to the law,

then the course or internship

Minor a political science minor by complet-

Science (3 credits only)*

in Political

*Credit earned will count toward the legal studies concentration only

with suggested course sequences are available.

Law

PHIL 322 Philosophy of

POLI 498 Internship

education for licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials

Liberties

will

Three electives, at least one of which must be at the

not satisfy this requirement

POLI 300

-

400

9

level

of the legal studies concentration. Total

minimum

credits:

36

Only 3 credits of internship or directed study may be applied

toward the minor.

Political Science

Major

minimum

Total

credits: 21

(Public Administration Concentration)

A

student choosing the

political

science major (public adminis-

must complete the CORE courses above

tration concentration)

and the concentration requirements below:

Science

CORE

courses

21

A wide and

POLI 279 Introduaion to PublicAdministration

3

POLI 390 Public Finance

3

9

science

is

available to

all

stu-

criteria.

governments and nonprofit organizations. Assign-

to the internship

program

is

based on application to and

subsequent selection by the internship supervisor. Application procedures follow college policy (see seaion on "Internships"

To be eligible for an internship, a

this catalog).

Three courses selected from the following:

in political

and non-majors, who meet the program

range of assignments are available with federal, state

local

ment

Program

program

internship

dents, majors

Credits Political

Internship An

Political

major or minor must have already completed POLI 172 and a

POLI 201 Citizenship and Community Leadership

300

POLI 376 Urban

of the internship supervisor. Non-political science majors and

Politics

POLI 400 Special Topics POLI

479

in Political

Science*

498

Internship

Law and Regulation

political

will

concentration only or internship

is

junior standing. Credits shall be limited to three unless

in Political

Science (3 credits only)*

mended

a significant portion of the course content

related to public administration.

more

are approved by the Department of Political Science. However,

count toward the public administration if

and must have taken one

science course. Interns must have achieved at least a

only 3 credits

*Credit earned

course and must receive the consent

political science internship supervisor

POLI 479 Public Policy POLI

level political science

minors must have the approval of their major adviser and the

Public Policy

POLI 495 Administrative

in

Science

A determination

may

apply to the major or the minor.

that those students with an interest

in

is

It

recom-

the program

confer with the internship supervisor as soon as possible

in

the

semester before their proposed internship.

as to whether the course or internship meets this requirement will

be

made

by the department chairperson.

concludes that the course or internship

is

If

the chairperson

not sufficiently related

to public administration, the course or internship will not satisfy

the requirement of the public administration concentration. Total

minimum

credits:

Honors Program The Honors Program vated their

36

Science provides highly moti-

majors with opportunities to enhance

academic program through intensive scholarly study

and research designed to be of assistance

employment

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special

in Political

political science

or in the pursuit of

science. Contact the

Department of

information concerning

in

post-graduate

an advanced degree

eligibility

Political

and

in political

Science for further

application.

Education Students

may choose

a double major in political science

and

elementary education, early childhood education or special

Pi

Sigma Alpha

The

Political

Chapter) of

Science Department has a chapter (the Pi

Sigma Alpha, the national

political

Pi

Upsilon

science honor

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at

vwvw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

133 this catalog.


5

Science

Political

society.

Each

year, the political science faculty selects

invites political science

who

who

majors

Concentrations

and

are juniors and seniors and

have demonstrated outstanding academic accomplish-

ments to

join.

Each

initiate receives

an inscribed

There are three areas

which an

in

MPA

eleaive courses are available

trate;

in

candidate

may concen-

each of the areas. As an

alternative to earning a degree within a concentration area,

certificate of

membership.

may pursue

students

a generalist

MPA track.

elective courses

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

must be taken

in

For students seek-

minimum

ing to earn a degree in a concentration, a

of three

the substantive area. The

substantive concentration areas are as follows:

Financial Administration

Master of Public Administration The Department of

Political

Municipal and Regional Development and

Science offers the Master of Public

Administration (MPA) degree. The

MPA

program provides

professional education to prepare persons for leadership roles in

public administration

and

and public

affairs at

and nonprofit

An

the federal, state

local levels with flexible career opportunities in

public

must be taken

additional three hours

both the

sectors.

Admission Requirements: Detailed information about admissions

MPA

program accommodates the needs of both pre-career

into account the student's

academic

and no professional work experience are expected to complete a credit

hour degree program (including

six

ate graduate course into the

Up to

six

hours of profes-

the degree has not yet been awarded at the

A minimum

GPA

undergraduate

receive a clear admit status,

composite score of 900 or greater on the quantitative and

transferred

verbal parts of the

MPA

acceptance,

MPA Curriculum

GRE General

applicants

Test.

To receive a conditional

must have a composite score

700-899 on the quantitative and verbal

parts of the

GRE

General Test

Both pre-career and in-career students must complete a 24

hour core curriculum component of the degree program. These

• Three letters of recommendation should

courses are:

A

resume

come from

sors or practitioners familiar with the student's

Credits

ability.

POLI 501 Introduction to Public Institutions and 3

POLI 510 Introdurtion to Research

in

Public

Program Evaluation and

criteria

may

• Official transcripts of

Policy Analysis

also be considered on a conditional

basis of acceptance

3

Administration

profes-

academic

Students failing to meet the standard graduate

admissions

Administration

1

an acceptable GRE

of 2.75,

MPA program faculty. To MPA applicants must have a

score and an interview with the

hours of appropri-

work taken elsewhere may be

If

completion of the bachelor's degree •

degree program.

POLI 51

the

in

bachelor's degree from a four-year accredited college or

of

The

provided

time of application, the successful applicant must be nearing

sional internship), while in-career professionals are expected to

complete a 39 credit hour program.

A

university;

and professional background. Students with a bachelor's degree

45

is

"School of Graduate Studies" section of the catalog.

students and in-career professionals by offering alternative pro-

gram requirements that take

three one-credit

in

professional development modules.

Program Description Course work The

Management

Nonprofit Administration

all

undergraduate and graduate course

work

3

POLI 521 Public Finance

3

Contact the School of Graduate Studies to receive a catalog

POLI 531 Public Personnel

3

and application material.

POLI 532 Organizational Theory and Behavior for Public

and Nonprofit

Institutions

POLI 541 Legislative-Executive Relations

3

Exit

3

The

or

from

POLI 542 Administrative Law and Regulation POLI 591 Capstone Seminar

in

Requirement

MPA this

Public Administration

students are also required to complete

of electives of which 3 credits

Seminar

in

must be

in

1

3

5 hours

in

POLI 598 Internship

in

Total

minimum

to

1

credits:

some degree

of flexibility for exit

students are required to

most cases

will require

fulfill

an

exit

passing a written

faculty to test students' mastery of

and issues covered

sit

for the

at least

examination and

in

fundamental

the core curriculum. Students

30 hours will

of the degree

program

have two opportunities

to pass the examination. In appropriate circumstances, such

six

Public Administration

in

must have completed

development

module. Pre-career students must complete an additional hours

All

comprehensive examination. This one-day examination allows

principles

POLI 506 Capstone

Public Administration professional

offers

program.

requirement, which

program All

program

as a student interested

39

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

in

pursuing further graduate work at


the doctoral

level, a

master's thesis

may be

substituted for

the comprehensive examination. The master's thesis directed by a committee of three faculty

will

be

members and be

covered under the guidelines and regulations of the School of

Graduate Studies at Bridgewater State College.

Distinctive Features

of the Program

Professional Development Modules The program requires that students register

for a

minimum

of

three one-credit modules, offered each semester on topics of special relevance to public service. Normally these

modules are

taught on Saturdays during the semester.

Internships

A

six-hour internship experience (depending

experience) at the local, state or federal level pre-professional students for those professionals

and

who

will

upon professional is

required for

all

be available as an elective

wish to enhance their background.

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at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.


Psychology

Psychology Major

Faculty Chairperson:

Professor Ruth

Hannon

Credits

PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology

3

PSYC 201

3

Psychology*

Statistics for

or

Graduate Program Coordinator Associate

MATH 110 Professor John Calicchia

PSYC 224

Statistics 1*

Elementary

Child Psychology

3

or

Professors:

Elizabeth Englander,

Orlando

Olivares,

Margaret Johnson,

PSYC 227 Development Through the

David Richards,

PSYC 252 Psychology

Susan Todd

PSYC 310

Associate Sandra Neargarder, Jeffrey Nicholas

Assistant Jonathan Holmes, Tina Jameson,

Amanda

201 or

Shyne,

3

MATH

1

3

3

receives a C- or

below

in

PSYC

10 or PSYC 320 must repeat the course(s) for in

the "Under-

graduate Academic Policies" section of this catalog.

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1385 Room 325 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Psychology

In

Location: Hart Hall,

addition, psychology majors

must

select five elective courses

as follows:

Advanced psychological

Degree Programs in

Psychology*

a higher grade. Please see "Repeat Courses"

Melissa Singer, Elizabeth Spievak

• BS

3 in

of Personality

*A psychology major who Teresa King,

3

PSYC 342 Biopsychology PSYC 360 Psychology

Professors:

Cycle

Social Psychology

PSYC 320 Research Methods

Professors:

Life

of Learning

studies (select

one of the

following courses):

Psychology

PSYC 303 Survey

3 of Psychological Testing

Concentrations: Child Psychology, Industrial

PSYC 319

and Organizational Psychology, Medical and Health Psychology •

MA

-

History of Psychology

PSYC 321 Psychology PSYC 350

Psychology

Human

of

Differences

Special Topics in Psychology

PSYC 404 Attitude and

Personality

Measurement

PSYC 460 Neuropsychology

Undergraduate Minors

PSYC 490 Senior Seminar

• Psychology • Forensic Psychology*

Biobehavioral, cognitive,

and social psychological

studies (select one of the following courses): • Interdisciplinary

Minor

PSYC 210 Applied

PSYC 230

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

Cross-Cultural Psychology

PSYC 280 Consumer Psychology PSYC 305 Psychology PSYC 313

Industrial

of Personnel Seleaion

and Organizational Psychology

Bachelor of Science

PSYC 337 Cognitive Psychology

The objectives of the Department of Psychology are to

PSYC 340 Sensation and Perception

1)

provide

all

students with an understanding of psychology

and what psychologists do; background

plicable) a

in

will

help

them do

their jobs better; 3) give our terminal majors sufficient training

to

enhance

their opportunities for vocational

placement

psychology-related occupations; 4) give our majors to

become

in

PSYC 345 Psychology

of Consciousness

PSYC 355 Behavior Analysis

in

PSYC 385 Environmental Psychology

intend

PSYC 474

Forensic Psychology

professional psychologists sufficient preparation to

permit them to be competitive success

who

PSYC 342 Biopsychology

PSYC 344 Drugs and Human Behavior

2) give students (where ap-

psychology that

in

achieving admission to and

Clinical Studies

and Practicum and Research

Note: The Bachelor of Arts

in

Psychology

is

inartive.

PSYC 369 Psychology

of Criminal Behavior

PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology PSYC 470

Clinical

Psychology

PSYC 475 Psychology

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

(select

one of 3

the following courses):

graduate schools.

PSYC 365 Health Psychology

136

3

Social Psychology

of

Group Behavior


Psychology BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

PSYC 492 Seminar:

Methods

Clinical

in

Choose one:

Medical

PSYC 494

Clinical Practicum: Forensic

of Psychological Testing

PSYC 321 Psychology

Psychology

3

(Testing)

PSYC 303 Survey

Psychology

of

PSYC 404 Attitude and

PSYC 495 Practicum: Medical Psychology

Human

Differences

Personality

Measurement

PSYC 496 Personnel Praaicum Choose one: (Cognitive Development)

PSYC 497 Research PSYC 498

Clinical

PSYC 499

Directed Study

Praaicum in

Psychology

3

PSYC 327 Psychology

of Exceptional Children

PSYC 328 Psychology

of

Mental Retardation

PSYC 337 Cognitive Psychology Plus

two additional

any two

electives:

psychology courses

Choose one:

(Biological

Development

4

Children)

in

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology Also required:

One

BIOL 102 Introduaion to Zoology

4

biology lab course from the following:

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

Choose one: (Abnormal Psychology)

3

PSYC 325 Developmental Psychopathology

or

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology

or

BIOL 121 General Biology

Choose one:

I

Total

minimum

credits:

43

(Note:

elective.

Students enrolled prior to

1987 and

Fall

enrolled prior to September

transfer students

1989 are required

a foreign language through the intermediate level or

See below.)

PSYC 210 Applied

to complete

3

(Elective)

PSYC 226 and PSYC 227 may not be taken as an Social Psychology

PSYC 230 Cross-Cultural Psychology PSYC 319

its

History of Psychology

PSYC 344 Drugs and Human Behavior

equivalent.

PSYC 350

Special Topics

in

Psychology

Core Curriculum Requirements

PSYC 355 Behavior Analysis

A minimum

PSYC 365 Health Psychology

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

PSYC 369 Psychology

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

of Criminal Behavior

PSYC 385 Environmental Psychology

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

specified in the

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

PSYC 470

"Undergraduate Academic

PSYC 490 Senior Seminar

Policies" section of this catalog.

Clinical

Psychology

Choose one:

The concentration a

more

in child

psychology provides students with

specialized education

in

the

field of child

SOCI 103 Social Problems

psychology

and development and knowledge of psychological

testing

3

SCWK 334 Intervention with Family Systems SCWK 392 Treating Childhood Sexual Abuse

Child Psychology Concentration

and

SOCI 203 The Family

SOCI 322 Sociology of Childhood

interventions used with children.

Credits

PSYC 100

PSYC 201

The following courses may be taken but

Introductory Psychology Statistics for

chology concentration requirements: Statistic

is

I

accepted but

PSYC 226 Adolescent Psychology PSYC 227 Development Through the

Child Psychology

PSYC 252 Psychology

PSYC 310

child psy-

3

not recommended*)

PSYC 224

not be counted

toward the minimum major requirements and the

Psychology*

(MATH 110 Elementary

will

3

of Learning

Cycle

3

Note: To substitute Social Psychology

PSYC 320 Research Methods

Life

3

PSYC 350

Special Topics for any require-

3 in

ment on

Psychology*

this

list,

a student

must have the permission of

his or

3 her adviser and the chairperson of the Department of Psychol-

PSYC 342 Biopsychology

3

PSYC 360 Psychology

3

ogy.

of Personality

Total

*A psychology major who receives a C- or below in PSYC 201 or MATH 10 or PSYC 320 must repeat the course(s) 1

a higher grade. Please see "Repeat Courses"

graduate Academic Policies" section of

in

for

the "Under-

this catalog.

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

minimum

credits:

43

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

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at

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Psychology

specified in the of

tiiis

One

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Industrial

course from the following:

COMM

303 Introdurtion

ECON 101 ECON 102

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

to Organizational

Principles of

Microeconomics

Principles of

Macroeconomia

and Organizational Psychology

Total

Communication

minimum

credits:

61

Concentration an understanding

This concentration will provide students with

of the psychological principles related to personnel

work and

the application of these principles to business and industry.

Introductory Psychology

PSYC 201

Statistics for

Psychology*

(MATH 110 Elementary

Statistics

I

is

PSYC 252 Psychology PSYC 310

Life

Cycle

Social Psychology in

3

"Undergraduate Academic

3

Medical and Health Psychology Concentration

Psychology*

PSYC 100

Introductory Psychology

3

PSYC 201

Statistics for

3 3

PSYC 360 Psychology

3

201 or

MATH

1

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

PSYC 342 Biopsychology of Personality

*A psychology major who

Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

accepted but

of Learning

PSYC 320 Research Methods

specified in the "Undergraduate

3

not recommended*)

PSYC 227 Development Through the

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Credits

PSYC 100

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

receives a C- or

below

in

PSYC

3 3

Psychology*

(MATH 110 Elementary

Statistics

t

accepted but not

is

recommended*)

PSYC 227 Development Through the PSYC 252 Psychology

10 or PSYC 320 must repeat the course(s) for

credits

PSYC 310

Life

3

Cycle

of Learning

3

Social Psychology

3

a higher grade. Please see "Repeat Courses" in the "Under-

PSYC 320 Research Methods

graduate Academic Policies" section of

PSYC 342 Biopsychology

3

PSYC 360 Psychology

3

this catalog.

Additional requirements:

PSYC 210 Applied

PSYC 303 Survey

3

Social Psychology

3

of Psychological Testing

or

in

Psychology*

of Personality

*A psychology major who receives a C- or below in PSYC 201 or MATH 10 or PSYC 320 must repeat the course(s) 1

PSYC 404

Attitude and Personality

PSYC 313

Industrial

of

Human

\

this catalog.

Measurement

of Personnel Selertion

and Organizational Psychology

PSYC 321 Psychology

for

a higher grade. Please see "Repeat Courses" in the "Under-

graduate Academic Policies" section of

PSYC 305 Psychology

3

Differences

PSYC 496 Personnel Practicum

3

Additional requirements:

3

PSYC 303 Survey

3

PSYC 342 Biopsychology

3

3

PSYC 344 Drugs and Human Behavior

3

of Psychological Testing

3

or

One

4

biology lab course from the following:

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

PSYC 355 Behavior Analysis PSYC 365 Health Psychology

or

PSYC 492 Seminar:

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

PSYC 495

in

Medical 3

Practicum: Medical Psychology

One

biology lab course from the following:

4

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

3

1

or

or

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology 105 Computers and their Applications:

An Introduction ENGL 201 Technical Writing

or

BIOL 121 General Biology 1

HIST 462 American Labor History

3

Also required:

3

ANTH 330

Sociology of Work

SOCI 332 Sociology of Organizations

I

3

SOCI350 or

3

Medical Anthropology

or

SOCI 307 Medical Sociology

CHEM

102 Chemistry

in

Everyday

Life

or

PHYS 102 Modern

138

3

I

Also required:

COMP

3

Methods

Psychology

or

BIOL 121 General Biology

Clinical

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Physics for the Humanist

3


5

Psycholo BRIDGEWATER

II

ENGL 201

rn mill' iiaiaiMiteKiihi

3

eenglander@bridgew.edu or 508.531.1385.

PHIL 205 Medical Ethics

3

Total

SCWK 400

3

Technical Writing

1

Social Services in the Health Care Field Total

minimum

credits: 61

minimum

18

credits:

Psychology Minor Credits

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required 1

PSYC 100 Introduaory Psychology for graduation.

Five other psychology courses to

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the

fit

3 the needs of the

individual student

1

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

minimum

Total

credits:

18

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Honors Program The Honors Program

It is

strongly

further

work

recommended in

that

all

Psychology provides highly motivated

in

psychology majors planning

psychology majors with opportunities to enhance their aca-

psychology at the graduate

level

take

PSYC 319

demic program through intensive scholarly study and research

History of Psychology. Such students should also elect courses

designed to be of assistance

which

will

develop their computational and writing

in

some computer

addition,

literacy

is

in

post-graduate employment or

skills. In

advantageous.

the pursuit of an advanced degree

in

psychology. Contact

the Department of Psychology for further information concern-

and

ing eligibility

application.

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education and Special

GRADUATE PROGRAM

Education may choose

Students

a double major

in

psychology and

elementary education, early childhood education or special education for licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials

Master of Arts The Department of Psychology offers a graduate program

with suggested course sequences are available.

leading to the degree of Master of Arts

program, which prepares the student to

Forensic Psychology Interdisciplinary

for licensure as a

Minor

PSYC 369 Psychology

of Criminal Behavior

3

PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology Forensic Psychology

PSYC 494

Clinical Practicum: Forensic

Psychology

SOCI 228 Criminology

a variety It

may

also

PsyD).

3

The Master of Arts

3

curriculum designed to provide a firm foundation

3

standing of

3

electives:

in

human

Psychology

the under-

in

clinical disorders,

as well as

emphasized as essential

statistics are

tools for clinical professionals

CRJU/SOCI 255 Juvenile Delinquency

come

CRJU/SOCI 334 White Collar Crime

with the empirical

and Crime

a clinical program with a

psychotherapy and psychological assessment.

Research methods and

studies

is

behavior and

CRJU 354 Corrections

-

e.g., in

performing

and program evaluations, and literature.

in

clinical

out-

staying current

Students are exposed to a range

of empirically supported therapeutic methods, with special

SOCI 313 Family Violence

em-

phasis on cognitive-behavioral techniques. Experiential learning is

Note: Only two courses

who may have

serve as a stepping-stone to further graduate training (PhD or

specific skills in

Selea one course from the following

Women

examination

Massachusetts,

3

PSYC 474

SOCI 3 1

for the

in

and emotional challenges.

of behavioral, cognitive

Credits

Psychology. This

sit

mental health counselor

equips students to help individuals

Required Courses:

in

may be counted toward

the minor that

an essential component of the program, with 15 credits of

practica

and internships

required.

have already been counted toward the student's major.

Admission Requirements Course Sequence:

PSYC 100 must be taken before any other PSYC

course.

PSYC 369 must be taken before PSYC 494. SOCI 228 must be taken before the SOCI elective

• is

taken.

GRE

General test scores

• three letters of recommendation official transcripts

of

all

undergraduate and graduate course

work •

applicants must possess an undergraduate degree

psychology or a closely related For further information concerning the forensic psychology interdisciplinaty

minor contaa

Dr.

Elizabeth Englander at

a

minimum

GRE

scores

of 3.0

GPA

in either

field

as an undergraduate, above average

and some experience

in

the

field

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139


bSc

Psychology

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

â&#x20AC;˘

final

candidates

will also receive

a personal interview from

tfie

Admissions Committee

Seminar and Research All

students are required to complete one of the following two

courses:

Requirements for the Degree Students must complete a

complete

minimum

Master of Arts

credits for the

a written

ation; students

in

PSYC 504 Research

an additional PSYC 508

of 61 approved graduate

PSYC 504 Research

Psychology. Students must

comprehensive examination before gradu-

who complete

(Thesis) or

Advanced Seminar.

a thesis

may

4

or

substitute their oral

PSYC 508 Advanced Seminar

defense for the written examination. Clinical All

students will complete a

and 15-credit

minimum

45-credit academic core

core (including pradicum and internship).

clinical

Academic Core First

All

Core

students must complete 100 hours of practicum and

600

hours of internship.

PSYC 591

Clinical

PSYC 592

Internship

Praaicum

(maximum

3 of 6 credits each semester)

12

Year Courses

The following courses

must be

Important: Only 500-level courses

taken within the Department

in

of Psychology.

the

MA

program

in

will

be accepted for credit

psychology. Matriculating students

may

not transfer any second year courses into the program. Under current guidelines established by the

commonwealth, students

Credits

Fall:

PSYC 505 Research Methods and Design

completing the program of study

PSYC 51

of Clinical Practice

sit

for the

in

examination

PSYC 506 Research Methods and Design

3

II

PSYC 512 Evaluation Techniques

3

PSYC 575 Psychopathology

3

Second Year Courses year courses must be completed before beginning second

year courses.

Fall:

PSYC 500 Developmental Human Psychology

3

Practice

1

3

Spring: for

Non-medical

Professionals

3

PSYC 542 Psychotherapy: Theory and

Practice

II

3

Other Program Requirements The following courses may be taken at any time, assuming any prerequisites have

140

been met.

PSYC 508 Advanced Seminar

3

PSYC 516

3

Multicultural Counseling

PSYC 517 Career Information and Placement

3

PSYC 518 Theory and Process

3

of

for licensure as a

Massachusetts. Total

PSYC 513 Psychopharmacology

eligible

3

Spring:

PSYC 541 Psychotherapy: Theory and

be

3

Theories of Psychotherapy

mental health counselor

First

will

completing the required number of post-graduate super-

vised clinical hours) to 1

psychology

3

1

(after

PSYC 509 Foundations

in

Group

Interaction

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

minimum

credits:

61


Social Work

The college's

Faculty

social

Council on Social

Chairperson:

for social

Professor Rebecca Leavitt

cial

Graduate Program

and

Coordinator:

Professor Spencer Zeiger

Professor:

Anna

work

LCSW

completing their

The program integrates theory with

community

Associate Lucinda King-Frode, Beverly Lovett

field

experience through

conjunction with a variety of

social service agencies.

30 hours

participate in

agency.

Assistant

SCWK 338

In

dents spend a

ArnaaAlcon, Barbara Bond,

Professors:

Mark Karen

SCWK 250

Brenner, Emily Douglas,

Introduction

community

service in a social service

Work

how

it

Practice, stu-

90 hours during one semester

of

at

an

functions and about the professional

roles of social workers. This course lays the foundation for

Fein, Sabrina Gentlewarrior,

the senior year

field

experience course

(SCWK

experience meets from September through

David O'Malley

minimum social

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.1389 Location: Burrill Office

of

Introduction to Social

minimum

agency learning

Jude Gonsalvez, Emily Mann,

Web

in

MSW degree.

to Social Welfare acquaints students with the field as they

Professors:

site:

accredited by the

completing their bachelor's degree

level after level after

three required courses held

Martin-Jerald

is

Education, allowing graduates to apply

licensure in Massachusetts at the licensed so-

worker (LSW) at the

work department

Work

explained

is

in detail in

field

entails a

supervision of a professional

worker at the Master of Social Work

courses

Complex

410 hours under the

of

498). The

May and level.

Each of these

the "Course Descriptions"

section of this catalog.

www.bridgew.edu/SocialWork Note: The Bachelor of Arts

in

SociatWork

is

inactive.

Degree Programs • BS

in

Social

Work

Social

Work Major

MSW Social Work

Credits

Undergraduate Minor • Social Welfare

SCWK 250 Introduction to Social Welfare SCWK 270 Social Work Issues of Diversity and Oppression SCWK 320 Human Behavior and Social Environment SCWK 321 Human Behavior and Social Environment SCWK 338 Introdurtion to Social Work Practice SCWK 350 Social Welfare Policy SCWK 380 Research Methods in Social Work SCWK 431 Social Work Practice with Individuals, 1

II

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science

Families

The Department of Social Work offers an undergraduate

program leading to the Bachelor of Science degree. social welfare

is

also available. The curriculum

is

A

minor

in

social

work and other human

work methods,

Social

Work

SCWK 498

3 3

3 3

3 3

3 Practice with

Communities

and Organizations

designed to

prepare students for beginning generalist professional practice in social

and Groups

SCWK 432

3

3

Field Experience in Social

Work

6

service fields. Students learn

theories, values,

and

Elective:

ethics for practice

One course

with various populations and, especially, with the region's

in social

work

3

diverse and vulnerable populations. The program builds on a liberal arts perspective, providing students with a foundation for critical thinking, effeaive

behavior that

will

communication, and ethical

be of daily importance to them

in

Required cognates: A minimum grade of CPSYC 100

profes-

sional practice.

protective services, juvenile justice

and mental

chronic care and elder services. Social

work majors

the program well prepared for graduate study and for consideration for

advanced standing

at

cognates 3 3

SCWK 375

3

Data Analysis for Social Workers

PSYC 201

eligible

some graduate schools

Statistics for

Psychology

or

in

also complete

may be

in all

or

health;

domestic abuse, family court and probation; residential settings

required

SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology

Career opportunities are vast and varied and include positions in child

is

Introductory Psychology

SOCI 391 Seminar: Social Data Analysis

One semester

in

a biology course (choose one):

3

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

of social work.

BIOL

1 1

Biology:

A Human Approach

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Social Work BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

BIOL

1 1 1

BIOL

1 1

Human

2 Biology

Heredity

Six additional credits in social

and Human Thought

exception of

BIOL 115 Microbial World and You BIOL

1

SCWK

338,

work

SCWK

elective courses with the

SCWK 432

431,

minimum

Total

credits:

18

I

Human

BIOL 128 The Biology of

SCWK 6

17 The Biological Environment

BIOL 121 General Biology

and

498

Admission to the Social

Sexuality

Work Program

Admission Requirements:

Recommended

Social

Work

Electives:

To be formally admitted to the social work program, a student

SCWKAVMST 304 The Psychosocial Development of Women SCWK 305 Child Welfare SCWK 333 Current Issues in Aging: A Multidisciplinary Perspective

must: 1

.

2.

SCWK 334 Intervention with Family Systems SCWK 376 Social Work with Adolescents and Young Adults SCWK 392 Treating Childhood Sexual Abuse SCWK 399 Special Topics in Social Work SCWK 415 Social Services in Alcohol and Substance Abuse SCWK 435 School Social Work - History, Theory and Issues SCWK 446 Social Work Practice with Groups SCWK 499 Directed Study in Social Work

Meet with an assigned

102 Writing

II,

COMM

(see

list

Skills,

3.

also required.

is

Have completed 60 hours of course work with a minimum overall

GPA

and a minimum GPA of 2.7

of 2.5

tion the social

GPA between

in

2.0 and 2.5

Social

may

peti-

work program admissions committee that

they be accepted into the major due to special circum-

for graduation.

stances.

If

the decision of the committee

is

favorable, such

be granted conditional acceptance to the

students

will

program

only.

Policies" section of this catalog.

minimum

credits:

48

4.

Have completed

SCWK 250

work course GPA

Honors Program social

and ENGL

under Required Cognates). PSYC 100 Introductory

Psychology

Academic Programs" section

Total

The honors program

I

130 Human Communication

SOC1 102 Introduction to Sociology, and a biology course

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

adviser.

Requirements that include ENGL 101 Writing

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

work

Complete a minimum of 36 hours of Core Curriculum

Work. Students with a

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

social

social

work provides

in social

work majors with opportunities

to

ly

highly motivated

enhance

SCWK 270

and

with a social

(not including cognates) of 2.7

work course grades below

below these standards

will

C-.

have

and no

Students falling slight-

their

grade performance

reviewed by the social work program admission committee.

their aca-

demic program through intensive scholarly study and research designed to be of assistance in

in

the Department of Social ing eligibility

Work

5.

post-graduate employment or

the pursuit of an advanced degree

in social

for further information concern-

and written communicautilized in ev-

101 Writing ENGL 102 Writing and COMM 130 Human Communication skills with a minimum grade of C-i-

ENGL

and application.

in

I,

each course.

A

programs that interface with

in

majors and preprofes-

social

work

II

grade of C or C-

may be accepted

minor seeks to acquaint students

sional

in oral

fundamental to and

eryday social work practice. Students must have completed

Social Welfare Minor This

Demonstrate competency tion since such skills are

work. Contact

if

in

one of these courses

the student agrees to consult the

Writing Center and give proof that basic

(e.g., sociology,

skill

problems

in

a

given area are identified and addressed.

psychology, anthropology, health, education, counseling, business, pre-law, pre-medicine, recreation) with the evolution of

the social welfare structure the policies that result

and populations

in

6.

(SCWK 250), programs (SCWK 350)

the United States

in social

welfare

at particular risk

(SCWK

270).

Complete an application

to four

interest, readiness

Credits

SCWK 250 Introdurtion to Social Welfare SCWK 270 Social Work Issues of Diversity and Oppression SCWK 320 Human Behavior and Social Environment SCWK 350 Social Welfare Policy 1

admission to the social work

information on employment and volunteer experiences,

and a two

Required courses:

for

program. This application includes basic biographical data,

page self-evaluation of the student's

and

suitability for a career in social

work. The purpose of the self-evaluation

commitment

to the goals

is

to reflect the

and purposes of so-

3

applicant's

3

cial

3

assigned faculty adviser

3

The application should be reviewed by the student's

work. The application in

is

available through the student's

the Department of Social Work.

adviser and an additional social

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

work

faculty

member.


Social Work

BSC BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

7.

Submit a copy of his/her transcript that provides an up-to-

Admission to SG/VK 498 Field Experience

date indication of cumulative and social work GPAs.

Social

A Be successfully reviewed by the

8.

work

social

faculty. All

information obtained through the admission process

be held

in

confidence. Knowingly making a false oral or

eligible for

is

placement

SCWK 320

SCWK

and

student applying for senior

admission to the program.

an appointment with the

SCWK

in

338.

In

Code

follow the National Association of Social Worker's of Ethics. This

Work and

is

code

printed

is

in

NASW Web

site

work program

admissions committee about the outcome of the admission

and

tor.

Only social work courses from four-year colleges accredited by

be granted equiva-

will

lency credit with the possible exception of

SCWK

Work

in

evaluations of any field work courses completed are also

would be below-300 site

by a Bridgewater State College social work faculty person or other is

CSWE

qualified social

fully duplicative of

Social

the

work

faculty,

same course

in

provided the course

the Department of

Work's curriculum as determined through the

articulated

agreement by the

may have been

program admission

interview,

field

coordina-

identified during the

needed, are to be

if

addressed with the applicant. Goals for the student and pos-

A

agency options are explored.

recommended on the The

field

particular setting will be

basis of these variables.

education coordinator discusses the placement

student then meets with the agency supervisor to discuss the placement, mutual expectations and available learning opportunities.

A

final decision

is

reached by the

field

education

coordinator after consultation with the student and the agency

worked out on an

Practice

individual basis.

It

is

recommended

that each student join the National As-

sociation of Social Workers during the semester prior to field

placement.

practice course

and

SCWK

junior year field

338, the combined

work experience,

af-

being formally admitted into the social work program. They

should have completed

A GPA

interviewed by the social work

faculty after review.

Students are eligible for admission to initial

is

supervisor Suggested readings and preplacement contacts are

official

Admission to SGfVK 338 Introduction to Social Work

ter

agency

with the student and arranges for an agency contact. The

work course offered on an off-campus

level required social

and

courses

curriculum. Performance

required. The only other course exception

5 for

education review committee. The needs, strengths

field

applicant's

sible

correspond with the goals and objectives specified

1

are not available.

Issues of concern that

250. Transfer

students must provide evidence that these courses sufficiently

within the Department of Social

than Feb.

interests of the students, as well as availability of

each applicant

Work Education

later

Placements are from September

fall.

and program placement resources, are discussed. Additionally,

process.

the Council on Social

make

applications for field placement are reviewed by the social

work writing by the social

required to

is

coordinator to discuss options

are not available during the summer. Evening

weekend placements

All

in

the following

com-

(wmj.

naswdc.org).

Applicants are notified

in

May and

to

the Encyclopedia of Social

available through the

placement

after

the spring semester each

placement

field

field

after being

work program and

and procedures. Applications are due no Sign a statement indicating that he/she has read and will

9.

498, the 410-i-

work experience,

formally admitted into the social pleting

written statement during the admission process could result in denial of

student

clock hour senior year field

will

in

Work

of 2.

7

SCWK 320

in social worl<

and 2.5

in

the Social Work Major

Students must remain

or be taking

courses

Retention

it

in full

compliance with

all

requirements,

concurrently.

overall

must be

achieved prior to admission to SGA/K 338. Students must also complete the department's Junior Prospective Intern Data Form

and the Practicum/lnternship Form required by the School of

policies

and procedures of the Department

college

and the Council on

may be terminated from professional

Social

Work

the social

judgement of the

of Social

work program

social

Work, the

Education. Students

work

if,

in

the

faculty, violations of

professional and/or ethical codes have occurred. These viola-

Arts and Sciences.

tions are discussed in detail in the department's admission, ter-

The

social

work

faculty's field education coordinator discusses

the placement with the student and arranges for an agency contart. The student then meets with the agency supervisor to discuss the placement, mutual expectations

learning opportunities.

A final

decision

is

and available

reached by the

field

education coordinator after consultation with the student and the agency supen/isor. Suggested readings and preplacement contacts are worked out on an individual basis.

mination and appeals policies and procedures. Dismissal from

two

field

two

or

placements due to unacceptable performance and/or

more

failures in

any

social

work course may

result in the

termination of the student from the social work program. students wishing to pursue a major

urged to obtain a copy of of Social

this

in social

work

All

are strongly

document from the Department

Work. Course work with a grade lower than C- must

be repeated prior to graduation.

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143


Social Work BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

MiiiiMliiiii

GRADUATE PROGRAM

The advanced

year, with 32 credits, broadens and deepens

the foundation content while offering students choices

modules or quarter courses that introduce the

Master

in

Work

Social

to

work with

Mission program ally

and

may

courses. Students

Bridgewater State College's Master

in Social

Work (MSW)

may be combined

The mission of the

MSW program

in-

with semester-long

also use these electives to take graduate

courses outside the Department of Social Work, such as those

purposes of social work education nation-

reflects the

internationally.

some

particularly vulnerable populations. In

stances, quarter courses

among

needed

skills

is

to

prepare advanced professional practitioners to address regional

in

the Master of Public Administration, Master of Science

Management, Master

in

of Education in Health Promotion or

other approved master's degree.

needs, promote social justice, and enhance the strengths and

and

resilience of communities, families will

resilience theory

approach

will

by building and reinforcing what by using the

is

components

among in

work with

for intergen-

client

The advanced year also offers an integrated seminar that

draw on

human

the social environment, research, policy

to effect change and strengthen

The course

managed

SCWK

order to prepare graduates to work successfully with a

variety of client systems often presenting multiple,

program provides a

SCWK

complex

resilience theory

and

philosophy and a specific body of knowledge, values and

skills.

and creative thinking that

adapt and evaluate interactions for

the demographic and cultural groups

in

or three issues

care, confronting childhood poverty, or

512 Human Behavior III:

in

the Social

DSM-IV-TR

3

541 Research: Evaluating Practice

550

Social

Work

Practice

III:

3

Intergenerational

551 Social Work Practice

IV:

3

Intergenerational

Strengths-based Practice with Individuals

incorporates content on the profession's history, purpose and

critical

two

Strengths-based Practice with Families

strengths-based approach for intergenerational practice that

initiate,

focus on

take the following courses:

Environment

The curriculum emphasizes

will

SCWK 570 SCWK 572 SCWK 592 SCWK 593

Integrative

Seminar

Social Policy

cial

work values and

justice,

human

30

includes

ethics, diversity

3 3

II

Field Practice

4

III

4

Field Practice IV

Electives: four elective courses, 1.5 credits each, for a

our region.

total of

credits with content

and

social

3

1

6

6

credits

Total

The foundation year

in

and community

individuals, groups,

SCWK SCWK

MSW

in

work

approaches to working with immigrants. Second year students

order to promote greater self-sufficiency and

enables alumni to

practice.

the impact of

The Curriculum

problems, the

behavior

their foundation course

confronted by communities, families and/or individuals, such as

constructive functioning.

In

will

require students to

and

systems

going right for people, and

given to the intergenerational system,

what can be done

relationships

is

in

strengths and resources to address areas

client's

of concern. Attention to identify

are grounded

and a strengths-based approach

erational practice. This

The program

individuals.

who

prepare advanced professionals

minimum

credits:

62

on so-

and economic

Part-Time Program

behavior and the social environment, social

Students electing to complete the

welfare policy and services, social work practice, research and

basis

must do so

in

MSW degree on a

three years, beginning

a field praaicum. First-year students will take the following

Designed for students

courses:

offers classes in the evening

who work

in

the

fall

part-time semester.

during the day, the program

and on weekends.

Credits

SCWK 500 History,

Introduction to Social Welfare Policy:

Admission Requirements: The admissions

Programs and Issues

3

SCWK 502 Dynamics of Diversity and Oppression SCWK 508 Introduction to Social Policy SCWK 510 Human Behavior in the Social Environment SCWK 511 Human Behavior in the Social Environment SCWK 530 Social Work Practice SCWK 531 Social Work Practice Groups and 1

3

1

.

3

Community-based

3

II

3

2.

An updated resume

3

3.

Official transcripts of all

3 3

Praaice and Seminar

and Seminar

1

II

MSW program, available

due on February

1

for fall matriculation.

undergraduate and graduate

course work

Practice

Field

completed application to the

1

Introductory Social Research

Field Practice

A

through the School of Graduate Studies. Applications are

II:

SCWK 540 SCWK 590 SCWK 591

process involves

the following components:

3

3

4.

A

personal statement about interest

work 5.

in master's-level social

practice

Three letters of reference, ideally from supen/isors, faculty

members and

others able to attest to the applicant's readi-

ness to undertake graduate education

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

in social

work


,

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

MAT

Standardized test scores such as the GREs and the

6.

welcome

are not required, but students are

to submit such

scores

Minimum undergraduate GPA

7.

of 3.0

The admission committee's decision

will

be based on the

applicant's demonstrated academic ability, interpersonal

and self-awareness - indicators of the

skills,

likelihood that the

applicant can successfully complete the program. In addition,

evidence of a commitment to the social work profession and to the mission of the Bridgewater State College

and

MSW program,

of the likely contribution the applicant might

Massachusetts

citizens of Southeastern

work

make

to the

be assessed. Social

will

requires the ability to withstand difficult emotional chal-

lenges, to

work with people whose

cultural

backgrounds and/or

personal values differ from one's own, and to practice

manding and changing

and

political

fiscal

in a

de-

environment. Special

attributes such as linguistic ability compatible with those in the

region, a

demonstrated commitment working with underserved

populations, and particular

skills

such as those

in

research and

policy implementation will be considered.

Advanced Standing: in

the second year with

Student seeking to enter the program full

advanced standing must meet

all

of the requirements listed above. In addition they must have

earned a

BSW

BA/BS

or

in social

work degree from a CSWE-

accredited program within the last six years. Students

completed

their

BSW

degrees more than

six

who

years ago will be

evaluated individually to determine their preparedness for year 11.

Applicants

who

completing year

I

wish to transfer into the elsewhere

will also

vanced standing. Students entering with will

begin their course work

in

MSW program

after

be considered for adfull

advanced standing

the summer.

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at

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145 this catalog.


Sociology

with each other and construct patterns of relationships, groups,

Faculty

classes, institutions,

and

societies. Individuals

patterns and those patterns,

Chairperson:

Associate Professor Patricia Fanning

Professors:

Walter Carroll, William Levin,

relationships

Kim Mac

attitudes,

in turn,

shape those

shape individuals and

their lives. In faa, the central insight of sociology

Innis

and

social interactions

is

that social

shape human behavior,

and resources.

Associate Professors:

Sociology courses provide students with an understanding of

Fang Deng, Henry Vandenburgh

how these Assistant

social relationships arise,

Professors:

what

they persist,

social order or

contribute to social change. Students learn the theories and re-

Cohen, Michele Wakin,

Jodi

why

and how they maintain

effects they have,

search methods used

Jonathan White

to

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.13S5 Location: Burrill Office Complex Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Sociology

engage

in

sociology. Students have opportunities

collaborative research with faculty

in

members

or to

participate in internships. These opportunities enable students

to

deepen and apply what they have learned

enhances

their opportunities in the labor

in

classes

market or

in

and

graduate

school.

Degree Program â&#x20AC;˘

BA

Sociology

in

Note: The Bachelor of Science

Concentrations:

City,

Sociology

in

is

inactive.

Community and Region,

Education, Global Studies

Sociology Major Required Courses

Undergraduate Minor â&#x20AC;˘ Sociology

't

Credits

SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology

3

SOCI 290 Seminar: Social Theory

3

SOCI 370 Sociological Analysis (Writing Intensive

The Department of Sociology offers a major program ogy,

and

a

minor

trate in City,

in

may concen-

sociology. Sociology majors

Community and Region, Education

Studies. Students

may

also

combine a major

in

in sociol-

or Global

in

the

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM) SOCI 390 Seminar: Research Methods

in

Sociology

SOCI 391 Seminar: Social Data Analysis

3 3

3

sociology with

an education major.

Plus

any one of the following:

3

SOCI 204 Gender, Sexuality and Society

The department provides a strong

liberal arts

curriculum aimed

SOCI 207 at

developing well-rounded, informed citizens with strong

Social Inequality

criti-

SOCI 312 Discrimination and Prejudice cal

thinking

Department programs also impart

abilities.

skills

SOCI 3 1 5 Race and

them

to students, preparing

SOCI 326

Career options include positions

Gerontology

Social

America

Ethnicity in

wide range of professions.

for a

-

Sociology of Aging

the criminal justice system,

in

SOCI 330 Women's Roles: Sociology of Sex and Gender education, research, industry, and state and federal agencies.

The department encourages students to continue on to gradu-

Pius

any one of the following:

3

ate study.

SOCI 206

Many department

faculty

members engage

research and the

in

department encourages student-faculty collaborative research. Students

may

Cities

and People: Urban Sociology

SOCI 305 Sociology of Education SOCI 307 Medical Sociology SOCI 332 Sociology of Organizations

also carry out internships.

SOCI 340 Sociology of PoiitiG SOCI 350 Sociology of Work

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Plus

any one of the following:

SOC1 104 Global

Sociology social relationships.

146

Problems

SOCI 214 Middle Eastern

The Bachelor of Arts

in It

Sociology

is

the scientific study of

human

connections between their

own on

carrying

experiences and the society

social

life

human

SOCI 217 East Asian

Societies

Societies:

China and Japan

SOCI 218 Chinese Society and Culture

allows individuals to understand the

which they

live. In

Social

in

SOCI 220 Third World Societies

beings interact

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

.3


Sociology BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Plus three addKional sociology courses, including those

not already taken from the above

must be at the 200

level or

lists,

three of which

Education Concentration Required Courses:

above

9

SOC1

1

02

Credits

Introduction to Sociology

SOCI 290 Seminar:

Capstone Requirement:

3

Students must complete an Honors Thesis (SOCI 485), a research

3

Theory

3

SOCI 305 Sociology of Education

3

Social

SOCI 332 Sociology of Organizations

projea (SOCI 497) or a 3-credit intemship (SOCI 498)

3

SOCI 370 Sociological Analysis (Writing Intensive

in

the Major

Core Requirement-CWRM)

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required

3

SOCI 390 Seminar: Research Methods for graduation.

1

SOCI 391 Seminar:

Social

in

3

Sociology

Data Analysis

3

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

One course from among the following:

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Total

minimum

3

SOCI 322 Sociology of Childhood SOCI 323 Sociology of Adolescence

credits:

36

One course from among the following: City,

Community, and Region Concentration

Required Courses:

Credits

SOCI 102 introduction to Sociology SOCI 206

and People: Urban Sociology

Cities

SOCI 290 Seminar:

,

Social Theory

SOCI 370 Sociological Analysis (Writing Intensive

in

SOCI 391 Seminar:

Social

in

Sociology

Data Analysis

SOCI 410 Sociology of Urban Planning and

SOCI 207

Sexuality,

3

and Society

Social Inequality

3

SOCI 312 Discrimination and Prejudice

3

SOCI 315 Race and

3

SOCI 330 Women's Roles: Sociology of Sex and Gender

Ethnicity

America

the

Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

SOCI 390 Seminar: Research Methods

SOCI 204 Gender,

two additional

sociology course, including

3

Plus

3

those not already taken from the above

3

which must be at the 200

level or

lists,

one of

above

6

3

Policy

Capstone Requirement:

Two

of the following courses:

6

SOCI/CRJU 352 Urban Crime SOCI 353

Cities in a Global

3

Students must complete a research project (SOCI 497), Honors Thesis

(SOCI 485), or a 3-credit intemship (SOCI 498).

Context

Total

minimum

aedits:

36

SOCI 380 Seminar: Qualitative Methods and Urban Ethnography

Global Studies Concentration One

of the following courses:

3

SOCI 207 Social Inequality

SOCI 315 Race and

SOCI 426

New

Ethnicity in

America

England Ethnic and Regional

Required Courses:

3

SOCI 104 Global

3

Social

SOCI 290 Seminar:

Communities

Credits

SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology problems

Social Theory

3

SOCI 342 Comparative Sociology

3

SOCI 370 Sociological Analysis (Writing Intensive

one additional sociology course, including those not already taken from the above lists, which must be at the 200 level or above Cognate: One course from the following list.r ANTH 306 Urban Anthropology ECON 350 Urban Economic Problems and Policies GEOG 353 Urban Geography GEOG 462 Principles of Urban Planning HIST 464 New England Textile Communities: Social and Plus

Core Requirement 3

376 Urban

the

major-CWRM)

SOCI 391 Seminar:

Social

in

3

Sociology

Data Analysis

3

3

3 Plus,

any two courses from the following:

6

SOCI 214 Middle Eastern Societies

SOCI 217 East Asian

Societies:

China and Japan

SOCI 218 Chinese Society and Culture SOCI 219 Population and Society

Economic History POLI

in

SOCI 390 Seminar: Research Methods

SOCI 220 Third World Societies

Politics

SOCI 353

Capstone Requirement

3

Students must complete a research project (SOCI 497) or a 3-aedit

Plus

lists,

minimum

credits:

a Global Context

additional sociology courses,

above above

including those not already taken from the

internshlD (SOCI 498).

Total

two

Cities in

which must be at the 200

level or

6

39

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at

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147


Socio BRIDGEWATER

Cognate: One course from the following

3

list

ANTH 208 Anthropology of Women

COMM

365

Introduction to Intercultural

Communication

designed to be of assistance in

Politics

THEA 222

in

post-graduate employment or

the pursuit of an advanced degree. Contact the Department

of Sociology for further information concerning eligibility

and

application.

POLI 382 Latin American Government and

488

sociology provides highly motivated

program through intensive scholarly study and research

PHIL 212 Philosophies of India

POLI

in

sociology majors with opportunities to enhance their academic

GEOG 171 Geography of the Global South GEOG 381 Geography of Latin America GEOG 388 Geography of Africa MUSC 162 Music in African Culture

POLI 387 Government and

Honors Program The honors program

Politics

Politics of Africa

and Development

in

the

Overseas Study Opportunities

Tfiird

World

The Department of Sociology urges

Asian Theater

its

majors and minors to

study abroad, both via Bridgewater State College sponsored study tours and as exchange students at universities. The Office

Capstone Requirement:

3 of International

Students must complete a research project (SOCI 497) or a 3-CTedit

and Exchange Programs can

intemship (SOCI 498).

department with Total

minimum

credits:

39

all

pertinent documentation. Final acceptance

of credit will be determined

upon

and supporting material and,

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special may choose

a double major in sociology

at Bridgewater State College.

and elemen-

tary education, early childhood education or special education

for licensure purposes. Appropriate advising materials with

suggested course sequences are available.

Sociology Minor

Credits

Students must take 18 credits including:

SOCI 102 Introduction to Sociology

Plus any

one of the following:

SOCI 207

Social Inequality

SOCI 312 Discrimination and Prejudice

SOCI 3 1 5 Race and

Ethnicity in

America

SOCI 326 Social Gerontology - Sociology of Aging

SOCI 330 Women's Roles: Sociology of Sex and Gender

Plus any

one

of the following:

3

SOCI 203 The Family SOCI 206

Cities

and People: Urban Sociology

SOCI 332 Sociology of Organizations SOCI 340 Sociology of

Politics

SOCI 350 Sociology of Work

Plus three additional sociology courses, including those not

already taken from the above at the

200

level or

lists,

two

of

which must be

above

9 Total

148

minimum

credits:

in

equivalent to the credits earned

Education Students

assist students.

Any student contemplating study abroad should consult the

18

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

receipt of official transcripts

some in

cases,

may not be

a regular semester or year


Theater and Dance

program

Faculty

in

fulfills

Standard

the public schools

I

requirements for licensure for dance

Massachusetts.

in

Chairperson:

Associate Professor Henry Shaffer

Professors:

Arthur Dirks, Stephen Levine,

Students majoring

Nancy Moses, Suzanne Ramczyk

three concentrations: dance education, theater arts or theater

Bachelor of Arts department may choose one of

in this

education.

Associate Professor:

James Quinn

Also see the catalog section "Interdisciplinary and Preprofes-

Programs" and consult the department

sional

Assistant

on the

Professor:

Jody

Weber

Theater Arts Concentration

Department Telephone Number: S08.S31.2193 Location: Rondileau Campus Center, Room 024C

Web site:

Students selecting this concentration follow a program

designed to develop

www.bridgew.edu/ttieater

Degree Program BA

in

minimum requirements

include:

Dance*

• Theater Arts

• Interdisciplinary

minor

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

One

The Department of Theater and Dance

two

ing students in

in

is

significant art forms.

56 Voice and Movement

220

3

for Acting

3

Play Analysis for Production

242 Acting

3

I

265 Stage Costuming 272 Scenography

3

;

3

1

280 Theater Management

3

421 Theater History

3

422 Theater

History

431 Directing

495 Seminar

1

3

II

3

1

in

Contemporary Theater

2

3

course)

lives,

the art forms or to begin a career

THEA THEA THEA THEA

to pursue in

4

Four credits in*:

Upon completing

theater and dance throughout their in

1

committed to educat-

theater or dance, students are prepared to

advanced study

subjeas

The

three-credit elective course in theater (any

THEA

engage

of those

in live theater.

Credits

Undergraduate Minors

in

and appreciation

and production

THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA THEA

Theater Education

a program

skills in

related to performance

Communication Studies

Concentrations: Dance Education, Theater Arts,

for information

dance minor.

interdisciplinary

theater

or dance.

*One

140 Theater Performance Practicum 1

70 Technical Theater Practicum

172 Theater Costume Praaicum

185 Theater Management Practicum credit

each must be

in

THEA

170,

THEA 172 and THEA 185

The Theater Program emphasizes a comprehensive theater

program within the

liberal arts context. in

ment,

and

history, literature

Students pursue a sys-

Required Cognate Course

performance, production; manage-

tematic course of study

opportunities to participate

Choose one

of the following:

criticism

which are enhanced by

ENGL 214The

either

performance or produc-

ENGL 241 Shakespeare

in

tion in the department's theater season.

ENGL 342

Shakespeare: Histories and Comedies

ENGL 343 Shakespeare: The Theater Education Program combines the content of the theater program with additional learning to support Standard

requirements for licensure to teach theater

in

3

Classical Tradition

Tragedies and Late Plays

ENGL 353 Modern European Drama I

ENGL 356 Modern American Drama

public schools in

Total

minimum

credits:

39

Massachusetts.

Dance Education and Theater Education The Dance Program offers a wide variety of dance technique training

and a

solid theoretical

Concentrations

foundation for performance

These concentrations are

and choreography.

In

addition, the

program

offers

of

on dance pedagogy

in

liberal arts

programs within the major

an emphasis

either the private of public sector.

communication

arts

and sciences dealing with the subject

The areas of dance and theater

arts.

They are designed to meet

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at

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149


2

the subject matter knowledge requirements for Massachusetts licensure in the fields of

Those students

in

dance and

the program

who

theater.

choose to seek

initial

PHED 247 Theory and

Practice of Jazz Dance, Spring

PHED 248 Theory and PHED 249 Theory and

Practice of

Modern Dance,

Practice of

Modern Dance, Spring

PHED 271 Theory and

Practice of Tap

Massachusetts licensure at either the undergraduate or post

2 2

Fall

2

Dance

Total

2

minimum

credits:

54

baccalaureate levels must also complete an additional 24 credits in education

and gain admittance to the professional

Education Requirements

education program.

Upon

Students seeking licensure as Teacher of Dance must declare

will lic

successful completion, the student

be licensed to teach theater or dance

in

Massachusetts pub-

schools grades PreK-12.

Students must audition for admittance to the dance education

meet subject matter knowledge on the

Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL速).

in

in

minor:

CREorrs

EDHM 210 Introduction to Teaching EDHM 235 Learning and Motivation EDHM 335 Assessment and Planning EDHM 445 Content Area Reading, Writing Study

Required:

Credits

THEA251 Dance History THEA 255 Creative Dance THEA256 Creative Dance THEA 260 World Dance THEA 353 Creative Dance for Children THEA 357 Dance Production Theory THEA 358 Dance Production Techniques THEA 452 Ballet Pedagogy THEA 453 Dance Methodology PHED 281 Theory and Practice of Educational Dance 1

It

3 3

3

secondary education (high school, middle school,

preK-1 2 specialist) and complete the following courses

*

Dance Education Concentration concentration, and must

a minor

An

the

3 3

3

and 3

Skills

appropriate strategies for teaching course

EDHM 490 Teaching

1

PSYC 227 Development through the

SPED 203

3

Practicum Life

3

Cycle

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

and Society

3

3 * To

be completed prior to admission to professional educa-

3 tion

and enrollment in any other education

courses.

3 1

Total

minimum aedits

in

secondary education minor 33

3 3 3

Core Curriculum Requirement; A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as

Three credits of the following: THEA 399 Topical Studies THEA 497 Advanced Individual Projects THEA 498 Internship in Theater THEA 499 Directed Study in Theater

3 specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" section of

this catalog.

Theater Education Concentration One

of the following:

3

THEA 265 Stage Costuming THEA 272 Sceneography THEA 280 Theater Management I

Two credits In: THEA 155 Dance

2 Practicum

One credit In one of the following:

1

THEA 1 70 Technical Theater Practicum THEA 1 72 Theater Costume Praaicum THEA 85 Theater Management Practicum

Required cognates: PHED 161 Folk Dance PHED 164 Square Dance PHED 168 Ballroom Dance PHED 237 Theory and Pradce of Jazz Dance, Fall PHED 242 Theory and Practice of Ballet, Fall PHED 245 Theory and Practice of Ballet, Spring

Credits 3 3

THEA 226 Children's Theater THEA 230 Creative Dramatics THEA 242 Aaing THEA 272 Scenographyl THEA 280 Theater Management THEA 421 Theater History THEA 422 Theater History THEA 430 Playwriting THEA 431 Directing ENGL 253 Non-Western Literature ENGL 356 Modern American Drama

3

One credit each in: THEA 1 70 Technical Theater

3

1

3 3 3 3

1

3

II

3

1

1

150

Required: THEA 156 Voice and Movement for Acting THEA 220 Play Analysis for Production

3

3 3 3

1 1 1

2 2

THEA 172 THEA 185

Practicum

Theater Costume Practicum Theater

2

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

Management Practicum


Theater and Dance

THEA/PHED 255

Creative Dance

ENGL 241 Shakespeare

THEA/PHED 256

Creative

ENGL 335 Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama ENGL 342 Shakespeare: Histo;ies and Comedies ENGL 343 Shakespeare: Tragedies and Late Plays

THE/VPHED 357 Dance Production Theory

One from

3

the following:

Total

minimum

Dance

1

3

II

3

2

THEA/PHED 358 Dance Production Techniques

1

PHED 154

2

Ballet

45

credits:

Choose one:

1

Education Requirements

PHED 161

Students seeking licensure as Teacher of Theater must declare

PHED 164 Square Dance PHED 168 Ballroom Dance

a minor

in

secondary education (high school, middle school,

preK-1 2 specialist) and complete the following courses

in

210 Introduction

to Teaching

3

235 Learning and Motivation

3

335 Assessment and Planning

3

445 Content Area Reading, Writing and

3

Study

Skills

appropriate strategies for teaching course

EDHM 490 Teaching SPED 203

3

12

Practicum

PSYC 227 Development through the

3

Cycle

Life

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

and Society

3

Choose 6

credits

* To

-Theory, Practice

minimum

credits in

Practice of Jazz Dance, Fall Practice of Ballet, Fall Practice of Ballet, Spring

Practice of Jazz Dance, Spring Practice of

Modern Dance,

PHED 249 Theory and Practice of Modern Dance, THEA/PHED 259 Dance Repertory Practice of Tap

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

Fail

Spring

Dance

secondary education minor: 33

be completed prior to admission to professional educaand enrollment in any otiier education courses.

Total

minimum

aedits:

23

Double Major with Elementary Education, Early Childhood Education or Special Education may choose

Students

a double major,

one

in

communication

for graduation. arts

These earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified in the "Undergraduate

6

from the following:

PHED 237 Theory and PHED 242 Theory and PHED 245 Theory and PHED 247 Theory and PHED 248 Theory and

PHED 271 Theory and Total

tion

II

and Performance

EDHM EDHM EDHM EDHM An

Dance

PHED 268 Ballroom Dance

the

minor: *

Folk

and sciences with a concentration

or theater education

Academic Programs" section

and another

in

in

theater

arts,

dance

elementary education,

early childhood education or special education for licensure

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

purposes. Policies"

seaion of

this catalog.

Theater Arts Minor

Credits

Honors Program The honors program

theater arts provides highly motivated

in

communication studies and theater

THEA 115 Play Production THEA 21 Voice Production for Theater THEA 220 Play Analysis for Produaion Three elective TH E A courses (any TH E A course) Practica (2 credits in THEA 140, THEA 170, and/or

3 3

1

9

enhance

scholarly study

their

in

eligibility

majors with opportu-

and research designed to be of assistance

post-graduate employment or

degree

arts

academic program through intensive

in

in

the pursuit of an advanced

Theater and Dance for further information concerning

and application.

'

THEA 185)

2 Total

Interdisciplinary The dance minor

3

nities to

is

Minor

minimum

arts

and dance and the is

20

AaiVITIES AND PRODUaiONS The program of theater and dance presents

in

Dance

an interdisciplinary program

tive

credits:

in

produrtions annually the theater

in

mainstage

musical, an experimental work, a production for

the art of dance.

The program includes the study of techniques of various

six

the 1400-seat Rondileau

Campus

Center Auditorium. The productions usually include a play, a

physical education program. The objec-

to give a solid liberal arts experience

in

young audi-

ences and two dance concerts. Any interested student

styles of

is

invited

to participate.

dance, dance history and theory, choreography and production. Several student clubs are actively

Required courses:

THEA/PHED

1

Credits

55 Dance Practicum (two semesters)

THEA/PHED251 Dance

History

tivities

engaged

in co-curricular

supportive of the academic programs

in

ac-

the department.

2

3

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The Ensemble Theater sponsors and produces student-directed studio productions, workshops, and social and educational activities.

It is

open to

all

The BSC Dance Company

students interested

is

dance company to campus concert each year.

and educational

Students

may

It

open to

all. It

in theater.

brings a professional

for a brief residence

program and

also sponsors master classes

activities

and

social

dealing with dance.

also receive academic credit in the department

for active participation in choral, speaking,

dance or theater-

see course descriptions for more information on the following courses:

THEA 140 Theater Performance Practicum THEA/PHED 155 Dance Practicum THEA 1 70 Technical Theater Practicum THEA 172 Theater Costume Practicum THEA 185 Theater Management Practicum Note: A maximum of six credits in the above

courses

may be

applied toward graduation.

GRADUATE PROGRAMS Master of Arts in Teaching (Speech Communication and Theater) This

152

program

is

inactive.

SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES


School of Business

Catherine Morgan

Dr.

The bachelor of science program

Dean, School of Business

theory and analysis Mr. Frank Sargent

Assistant

in

economics prepares

in

today's global market economy. The

curriculum guides economics majors

Dean and

stu-

dents to understand and apply the fundamentals of economic

Director of Aviation, School of Business

and

analytical,

critical

thinking

skills

in

developing creative,

and sound problem-solv-

ing techniques, qualities that are highly valued in any profes-

Academic Departments Accounting and Finance Dr. Patricia

sional field. Students in the

program have the opportunity

to participate in internships

and pursue careers with banks,

corporations,

government organizations,

and

real estate firms

stock brokerages.

Bancroft, Chairperson

The Department of Management offers undergraduate pro-

Aviation Science

grams that prepare students

Associate Professor Michael Farley, Chairperson

for successful careers in business

and management.

Econonnics Dr.

The undergraduate management major includes concentra-

Margaret Brooks, Chairperson

tions in general

management (human

resources 6r operations),

energy and environmental resources management, global

Management

management, information systems management, marketing,

Professor Sylvia Keyes, Chairperson

and transportation.

Experiential courses

and internships give

students the opportunity to work on projects with local compa-

Room 104 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/business

Location: Harrington Hall,

nies

and businesses.

The School of Business supports Bridgewater State College

School of Business

in its

dual mission to educate the residents of Southeastern

Massachusetts and the Commonwealth and to be a resource

The School of Business emphasizes academic that bridges theory faculty

and

practice.

rigor

and learning

Because of our outstanding

and programs, our students graduate with a firm foun-

dation for professional success.

for the region ties to

and

state.

We

meet our professional

responsibili-

our students and to the region by bringing members of

the community into our classrooms, extending classroom learning into

community

settings,

and aaively engaging

in

scholarly

and professional development. The programs

in

the School of Business are accredited by

the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (lACBE).

A

specialized accrediting body, lACBE's mission

promote and support

quality business education

is

to

worldwide

The School of Business

is

located

in

a fully renovated, state-of-

the-art building, Harrington Hall. Students benefit from class-

rooms with modern technology and access

to technology labs.

through accreditation and outcomes assessment. Qualified students

The structured major

in

accounting and finance offers curricula

that prepare students for the rigorous examinations needed for professional certification as a Certified Public

(CPA), Certified

Accountant

Management Accountant (CMA), Chartered

Financial Analyst (CFA), or Certified Financial Planner (CFP).

Bridgewater State College students frequently win statewide competitions and are often cited by the Massachusetts Society of

CPAs

for their excellent

ate certificates

in

may

such

management,

infor-

mation systems, accounting and finance, including a CPA Exam Preparation Certificate, as alternatives to degree programs. The

school also offers minors

with other departments actuarial science,

resources

in

each department and collaborates

offering interdisciplinary minors in

in

Canadian

studies, public relations

and health

management.

Students with interests is

unique among

public four-year institutions on the eastern seaboard of the

United States and attracts numerous students from outside concentration takes a

flight training

student through commercial licensing and flight instructor certification.

undergraduate and gradu-

as marketing

work.

The FAA approved aviation science major

Massachusetts. The

register for fields

to

work on

knowledge

in

research have the opportunity

faculty projects that are advancing the state of in their disciplines.

The themes of leadership, tech-

nology and internationalization serve as integrating threads that

tie

together

all

of Bridgewater State College's academic

disciplines.

The aviation management concentration includes

private pilot licensing

and prepares students

for careers with In

airlines, airports, aircraft

companies, government agencies and

other aviation support services.

addition to undergraduate programs, the School of Business

offers a

Masters of Science

in

Management, with concentra-

tions in accounting, marketing, organizational development.

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at

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153 catalog.


School of Business

and technology management. Qualified undergraduates may be accepted to enroll in

in

the School's five-year Bachelor of Science

Management/Master

of Science in

Management.

Departmental Course Descriptions See the "Course Descriptions" seaion of

this catalog for

departmental course descriptions.

154

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


Accounting and Finance

Finance Concentration

Faculty

The finance concentration prepares students

Chairperson:

Associate Professor Patricia Bancroft

for positions in

management

banking, investments, financial planning, cash

and

and

international finance in both public

private institu-

Graduate Program

tions. This concentration also assists in

Coordinator:

Professor Carleton Donchess

professional certifications such as the Certified Financial Plan-

Professors:

Saul Auslander, Kathleen Sevigny,

preparing students for

ner (CFP) or Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).

Grade Policy for Accounting and Finance Concentrations No more than two grades lower than C- in a required Account-

Harold Silverman

Associate Professors:

ing

Shannon Donovan, Liang Tang

and Finance course (ACFI

prefix) will

be applied toward

fulfillment of the requirements for the accounting

Assistant Professor:

as freshmen or as transfer students enrolled for the

Mark Crowley

semester or thereafter. Students

Department Telephone Number S08.531.139S

Room

Location: Harrington Hall,

D's or F's in courses

may

courses

Degree Programs

in

which the D's or

fall

2002

more than two

were earned and earn a grade total of

grades below C-

towards fulfillment of the requirements

in

two "ACFI"

will

be counted

the accounting and

finance major.

Concentrations: Accounting, Finance in

F's

more than a

prefix required courses, with

Accounting and Finance

• Master of Science

receive

continue as accounting and finance

of C- or higher, so that no

in

who

majors but must retake a sufficient number of the required

103

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/AF

• BS

and finance

major. This policy applies to students accepted for matriculation

Management (MS)

Concentrations: Accounting, Marketing,

Accounting Concentration

Organization Development, Technology

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

Management

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting ACFI 305 Business Law

Credits 3

I

3

II

3

1

Undergraduate Minors

ACFI 340 Intermediate Accounting

1

3

• Accounting and Finance

ACFI 341 Intermediate Accounting

II

3

• Actuarial Science*

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

ACFI 406 Business Law

3

II

ACFI 430 Cost Accounting

*lnterdisciplinary minor

3

1

ACFI 466 Federal Income Taxation

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

3

1

ACFI 470 Accounting Information Systems

3

ACFI 492 Intermediate Accounting

3

COMP

III

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

Introduction

Bachelor of Science

in

Accounting and

Finance

Accounting Concentration The accounting concentration prepares students for a variety of positions leading to

management

level careers in

and public accounting, auditing and taxation.

corporate

This concentra-

tion also assists in preparing students for the Certified Public

Accountant (CPA) exam or the Certified Management Accounting

3

101 Principles of Microeconomics

3

102 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

210

Statistics for

Economic and Business

141-142 Elements of Calculus

318 Quantitative Methods

educational requirements to

Management

for

Total

sit

Massachusetts. Accordingly,

for the

this

Uniform

may

result in

is

changing the

CPA examination changes within

3 3 3 3 3

minimum

credits:

66

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

of

1

20 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

our accounting curriculum.

3

6

l-ll

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 490 Strategic Management

(CMA) exam.

Note: The Massachusetts Board of Accountancy

in

ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

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at

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

155 this catalog.


bSc

Accounting and Finance

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Finance Concentration ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

ACFI 305 Business Law

11

I

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

ACFI 498 Internship

3

COMP COMP

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

ACFI 406 Business Law

3

II

ACFI 455 International Finance

3

ACFI 465 Options and Futures Market

3

ACFI 476 Insurance and Risk Management

3

ACFI 485 Capital Budgeting

3

ACFI 486 Real Estate Investment and Finance

3

ACFI 490 Investments

3

COMP

3

101 Principles of Microeconomics

3

102

3

Principles of

An

Macroeconomics

in

Accounting

101 Computer Science

I

105 Computers and Their Applications:

Introduction

ECON 101 ECON 102 MATH 141 MATH 151

Principles of

Microeconomics

Principles of

Macroeconomics

MGMT 130 MGMT 498

Elements of Calculus Calculus

I

I

Principles of

Management

Internship in

Management

NOTE: No more than 3

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

Introduction

ECON ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

Credits I

III.

Any two courses from among the

3

ACFI 340 Intermediate Accounting

I

210

3

ACFI 341 Intermediate Accounting

II

6

ACFI 406 Business Law

Statistics for

Economics and Business

318 Quantitative Methods

for

l-ll

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems MGMT 490 Strategic Management Total

minimum

3

ACFI 430 Cost Accounting ACFI 445 Auditing

I

3

ACFI 455 International Finance

3

ACFI 460 Advanced Accounting

3

ACFI 465 Options and Futures Markets

3

ACFI 466 Federal Income Taxation

I

I

ACFI 470 Accounting Information Systems

75

credits:

6

II

3

Management

applied to

following:

315 Money and Banking 141-142 Elements of Calculus

may be

credits in internship

the minor.

ACFI 476 Insurance and Risk Management

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

ACFI 485 Capital Budgeting

ACFI 486 Real Estate Investment and Finance

for graduation.

ACFI 490 Investments

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified

ACFI 492 Intermediate Accounting

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

in

ill

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

NOTE:

Policies" section of this catalog.

II,

If

ACFI 340 or ACFI 341 are used to

Accounting and Finance Minor NOTE: Students

Students from arts and sciences, education, management, or aviation programs

may

background and expand

elect this

minor to broaden

Finance and

in

who

double minor

Actuarial Science

in

may

both Accounting and

ACFI 490 toward the minor

in

not apply ACFI

initial

The central purpose of

this

476

minor

minimum

18

credits:

is

exposure to the basic areas of business and

AauARiAL Science Minor

the environment of the financial world.

This interdisciplinary minor,

drawing from both high-level

mathematiG courses and finance courses

Required Courses:

is

ideally suited for

mathematics majors or accounting and finance majors I.

or

Accounting and Finance. Total

to provide

requirement

III.

their

their potential in job related areas of

their respective disciplines.

satisfy

they cannot be used to satisfy requirement

Both of the following courses:

Credits interested

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

1

3

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

II

3

in

preparing for the actuarial science

pursuing a career as an actuarial or

in

who

exam and

are

in

a related area. Credits

II.

Any two courses from among the (At least

ACFI 150 Personal Finance I

ACFI 340 Intermediate Accounting ACFI 341 Intermediate Accounting

156

1

3

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

II

3

following:

one must be an ACFI course)

ACFI 305 Business Law

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

I

6

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

MATH MATH MATH

151 Calculus

1

3

152 Calculus

II

3

251 Calculus

III

3

II

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


bSc

Accounting and Finance

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

Choose one course from the following:

3

specific area of interest

ACFI 476 Insurance and Risk Management

trations:

ACFI 490 Investments

•Accounting

MATH 403

• Marketing

Probability Theory

through one of

four,

three-course concen-

• Organizational Development

may nor choose ACFI

Note: Accounting and finance majors

476 ics

490

or ACFI

majors

to satisfy the minor requirements.

may not choose MATH 403

• Technology

minor

to satisfy the

Admission Requirements 1 A minimum undergraduate GPA

requirements.

.

Total

Management

Mathemat-

minimum

credits:

)

21

upon four years

of

work

of 2.75 based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

GPA based upon work completed

Transfer of Credit after Admission In

junior

must be obtained

An

2. )

order for undergraduates to receive credit for courses taken

at other accredited institutions, approval

during the

and senior years

appropriate score on the

GMAT

For

more

information, contact the School of Graduate

in

Studies

advance.

Application forms are available

in

the Registrar's Office. Appli-

3. )

Two appropriate

4. )

Official transcripts of all

5. )

Working knowledge of computers

tion. Transcripts of

weeks

prior to registering

the student's responsibility to have

scripts sent directly

completion

after the

must be obtained

of the course. Approval It is

institu-

is

required

these approved courses must be submitted

to the Registrar's Office within six

for class.

recommendation

undergraduate and

graduate course work

cations for approval of a course from another institution should

be accompanied by the appropriate catalog from that

letters of

official tran-

by the institution to the Registrar's Office.

Master of Science in Management who hold a bachelor's degree:

For students The

MS

in

Management

requires

work, including a core of

30

credits of

five courses, a

graduate course

concentration area of

three courses, one elective course and a capstone course. The

Departmental Honors Program Accounting and Finance

program also requires two foundation courses, ACFI 505 Ac-

in

counting and Finance for Managers and

The Department of Accouriting and Finance offers a departmental honors program

in

accounting and finance. This pro-

gram provides an opportunity

for well-qualified

accounting and

finance majors to conduct independent research and scholarly

study

in

accounting and finance. Contact the Department of

Accounting and Finance for further information concerning eligibility

and application.

Internship in Accounting in

foundation course requirements can be satisfied by completion of

approved equivalent undergraduate courses including

courses

in

accounting and finance for ACFI 505, and courses

MGMT

in

marketing and law for

in

accounting

will

need additional prerequisites. Accounting

may

call

508.531.1395 or e-mail afdept@bridgew.

edu

and Finance

506 Marketing

taken prior to taking the core or concentration courses. The

students

Students interested

MGMT

and Contract Management. The foundation courses must be

506. Students concentrating

for information.

earning internship credit should contact

Admission Requirements: A minimum undergraduate GPA 1)

the Department of Accounting and Finance.

upon four years of work

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

GPA based upon work

of 2.75 based

or a 3.0 undergraduate

completed during the junior

and senior years 2)

Master of Science Successful

managers

knowledge and

demands

in

skills

in

to

in

Management variety of

changing and growing

the ever-expanding global marketplace. The Master

of Science (MS)

in

Management program prepares

in

For

more

Studies

recommendation

Three appropriate

4)

Official transcripts of all

5)

Working knowledge of computers

letters of

undergraduate and

graduate course work is

required

and lead people and organizations through complex

change. The program emphasizes the role of information technol-

ogy

GMAT

3)

students to

apply systems thinking to managerial problems, direct large-scale projects,

appropriate score on the

information, contact the School of Graduate

the 21^^ century must have specialized

meet a

An

the

as a result.

modern In

firm

and the organizational changes occurring

addition, students gain focused instruction

in

a

Five-year Bachelor of Science/Master of Science in

Management Undergraduate students

who have completed

at least

30

credit

hours of course work at Bridgewater State College, have completed the undergraduate prerequisites, have taken the

GMAT

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157


examination, and can complete

BA degree

in

30 additional

all

credits

requirements for their BS or

may

apply for the five-year

BS/MS program. Those admitted take a mix and graduate courses during

their fourth

of undergraduate

and

fifth

year and

graduate with both degrees. Admission to this program

is

seleaive and limited.

The Master of Science in Management with a Concentration in Accounting Candidates for the MS in Management with an accounting concentration must successfully complete the following course requirements:

Core

CREorrs

MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT

501 Systems Research and Problem Solving

526

Project

3

Management

3

576 Organizational Change and Leadership

3

581 Information Resources Management

3

582 Business System Design and Integration

3

Concentration Area Requirements* ACFI 545 Auditing

3

ACFI 560 Advanced Accounting

3

Select

one course from the following:

3

ACFI 567 Advanced Taxation ACFI 593 Financial Statement Analysis and Disclosure

Elective:

Any approved MS course

3

Capstone: ACFI 595 Accounting Seminar

3

*For concentration and capstone requirements

organization development and technology the "Department of

Management"

Internship in Accounting

Students interested

in

in

marketing,

management, see

section of this catalog.

and Finance

earning internship credit should contact

the Department of Accounting and Finance. Total

158

minimum

credits:

30

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BSC

Aviation Science

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

The curriculum provides the

Faculty

ate

Chairperson:

Associate Professor Michael Farley

program emphasizes well as oral

Professors:

and written communication

use of

Room

skills.

flight simulators.

A

is

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Aviation

in

the flight training concentra-

standards

in civil

aviation. This

and enforcement

and operational

program prepares the graduate

for a career path that starts as a certified flight instructor,

in

and

leads to positions with airlines and corporate flight departments.

Degree Program: â&#x20AC;˘ BS

as

Effective resource

expert classroom instruction and

career

of safety regulations, including airworthiness

11 IB

The

skills,

and safety awareness are con-

tion leads to the development, administration,

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1779 Location: Harrington Hall,

factors,

the intensive flight training

Michael Sloan

airspace.

emphasized throughout the curriculum. Complementing

stantly

Richard Abers, Veronica Cote,

modern

thinking and analytical

critical

management, human

Assistant

necessary to oper-

flight training

the high-density environment of

in

Aviation Science

Management,

Concentrations: Aviation

'Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) scholarship opportu-

Flight

nities are available.

Training

The ROTC program

students the opportunity to

become

is

designed to give

a military officer while

completing a bachelor's degree program. See the department

Undergraduate Minor

chairperson for details.

â&#x20AC;˘ Aviation Science

Credits

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS Bachelor of Science

in

Aviation Science

The Department of Aviation Science offers a BS degree Aviation Science with concentrations aviation

in flight

training

management. Graduates are prepared

the aviation industry

in

in

and

for entry into

productive, professional employment,

or alternatively, for graduate study.

AVSC 100

Private Pilot Flight

AVSC 105

Private Pilot

State College, as a Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 141

ground school, allows students to complete

all

required ground

school courses at the college as part of the aviation science curriculum. Bridgewater State College

is

also designated by

the Federal Aviation Administration as an Aviation Education

Resource Center.

The Bridgewater State College aviation science program incor-

6

AVSC 200 Instrument Flight AVSC 211 Commercial Pilot Ground School AVSC 212 Instrument Pilot Ground School

4

AVSC 300 Commercial

4

AVSC 303

Flight Instructor

Air Carrier Operations

307

310 Aviation

3 3

Flight

AVSC AVSC AVSC AVSC

Ground School

3 3

Safety

3

320 Aviation Regulatory Process

3

400

3

COMP Federal Aviation Administration Certification of Bridgewater

3

Ground School

Instructional Flight

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

Introduction

3

ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics GEOG 221 Meteorology MATH 110 Elementary Statistics MATH 141 Elements of Calculus

3 3 3

I

3

1

MGMT MGMT

Management

130

Principles of

140

Human

Resources

Management

PHYS 181 Elements

of Physics

1

PHYS 183 Aviation

3 3

4 4

Physics

porates single engine and multi-engine flight simulator training into

its

flight training courses. For

complete information on these

*Please note that flight courses involve flight fees. Total

programs, consult with the chairperson of the Department of

minimum

credits:

67

Aviation Science.

Flight Training Concentration*

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required

The

flight training

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as

and

flight training, in order to

1

concentration combines academic studies

prepare graduates for a wide

specified

in

for graduation.

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

variety of positions within the air transportation industry,

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

including general, airline and military aviation'. The flight

"Undergraduate Academic

program allows the student pilot,

to obtain private pilot,

Policies" section of this catalog.

commercial

instrument pilot and flight instructor certificates.

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Aviation Science

Aviation

Management Concentration*

Aviation Science Minor*

The

management

The aviation science minor

aviation

concentration

is

designed to prepare

graduates for managerial and supervisory positions throughout the

air

transportation industry. Primary flight training

is

in

courses. This

program of study

and

Credits

AVSC 100

Private Pilot Flight

nature and prepares the aviation career-oriented student for

AVSC 105

Private Pilot

virtually

any management career

industries. carrier

Some

aviation or aviation-related

in

options: a flight

Flight Option:

interdisciplinary

is

two

option.

includ-

ed, along with broad exposure to aviation specific business

management

divided into

is

management

option and an aviation

of these positions include airport manager,

air

MGMT

130

3

Ground School

Principles of

6

Management

3

Plus 6 credits in eleaives selected from the

manager, and general aviation operations manager.

Total

minimum

below

list

6

credits (flight option):

18

Credits

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

I

II

AVSC 100 AVSC 105

Private Pilot Flight

AVSC 305

Introduction to General Aviation

Ground School

Private Pilot

Management

AVSC 307 Air Carrier Operations AVSC 310 Aviation Safety AVSC 402 Insurance and Risk Management AVSC 407

Aviation Marketing

AVSC 471

Aviation

COMP

AVSC 305 Introduaion

3

5

MGMT MGMT

3

Plus 9 credits in eleaives seleaed from the

in

Aviation

Management

Management

Macroeconomics

Technical Writing

Principles of

3

140 Human Resources Management

Total

minimum

credits (aviation

ÂŁ/ert/Ves;

3

AVSC 105 Private Pilot Ground School AVSC 200 Instrument Flight AVSC 21 Commercial Pilot Ground School AVSC 212 Instrument Pilot Ground School AVSC 300 Commercial Flight AVSC 303 Flight Instructor Ground School

3 3

3 3

AVSC 402

Insurance and Risk

Management

3

AVSC 407

Aviation Marketing

Management

PHYS 181 Elements

4

MGMT

of Physics

option): 18

1

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 360 Business Data Processing PHYS 183 Aviation

9

Private Pilot Flight

AVSC 305 AVSC 307 AVSC 400

Statistics

3

below

list

management

AVSC 100

3

1

141 Elements of Calculus

3

Management

3

3

221 Meteorology

110 Elementary

Credits

Management

3

3

Principles of

130

Option:

to General Aviation

3

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

ENGL 201

GEOG MATH MATH

Aviation

3

3

Introduction

ECON 102

Management

3

1

3

1

1

Introduction to General Aviation Air Carrier Operations

Management

Instructional Flight in

Aviation

140 Human Resources Management

4

Physics

*Please note that flight courses involve flight fees. *Please note that flight courses involve flight fees.

and Ground School

Flight Training One environmental science course: EASC 194 Environmental Geology

3

Students enrolled all

or

flight

and

the aviation science program must take

in

flight-related courses

through Bridgewater State

College except as provided below*. Flight training

GEOG 130

Environmental Geography Total

minimum

credits:

71

istration (FAA)

approved

flight schools,

Core Curriculum Requirements of

120 earned hours

is

approved

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

provided

which operate under

Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 141.

A minimum

is

under articulation agreements with Federal Aviation Admin-

flight

schools

science department.

A

may be obtained from

list

of college

the aviation

Ground school courses are conduaed by

the college under Federal Aviation Regulation Part 141, as the flight simulator training, which

is

required as a part of

is

com-

mercial and instrument flight training courses.

Policies" section of this catalog.

Physical Examinations

Airport Management Concentration This

program

is

inactive.

Students seeking admission to the tion

must pass a Class

Class

III

FAA

physical

is

II

or better

flight training

FAA

concentra-

physical examination; a

required for the aviation

management

concentration or any other program involving flight courses.

160

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Aviation Science BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

A copy

of the certification for the appropriate flight physical

must be on

file

will

BEFORE FLIGHT

with the aviation coordinator

The following procedures

academic

for granting

ground school training

for

credit for flight

in

academic quality and to maximize safety

for the participants in

students requesting academic

from Bridgewater State College for

related

flight

and

ground school training are subject to these

Credit for in

All

Authorized minor,

and

flight training credits specified

free electives

may be

above

for the major,

applied toward the college

graduation requirement of 120 credits (minimum).

flight-

provisions.

other course work will be considered as specified

all

apply nine

accord with

pertinent college policies. These policies are designed to ensure

the aviation science program.

may

toward the minor; any balance may be credited toward

credits

free electives.

both incoming

freshman students and transfer students are

credit

At least 50 percent of

Students entering the aviation science minor

Academic Credit for Flight TRAiNrNG flight-related

electives.

earned at Bridgewater State College.

TRAINING BEGINS.

and

be designated as free

the credits in any major field (major department) must be

the college catalog under the sections concerning "Transfer

Please note: For additional detailed information on the tion science

program

call

508.531.1779

avia-

or write Chairperson,

Department of Aviation Science, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, Massachusetts 02325.

Admissions" and "Transfer of Credit

after

Admission."

Upon acceptance * Entering

Freshmen and Transfer Students:

Freshmen or transfer students entering Bridgewater State College

may

in flight

request up to eighteen (18) credits for previous work

and

flight-related

ground school training under the

.

To obtain credit

hold a current, appropriate flight physical

(c)

pass a

flight proficiency test

certificate,

conduaed by an

and

aviation

science approved flight instructor. (Additional flight training if

a student has difficulty passing the flight

proficiency test.) All costs for the flight proficiency test (and

any additional 2.

All

of Aviation Science

students

with the policies and procedures as set forth

in

MUST

comply

said manual.

copy of the policies and procedures manual can be obtained of Aviation Science.

for flight training, the student must: (a) pro-

(b)

required

and Procedures Manual."

upon request through the Department

vide valid documentation** of the flight training concerned,

may be

Policies

A

following provisions:

1

into the aviation science program, students

must obtain a copy of the "Department

be borne by the applicant.

flight training) will

FAA

Credit for training in

ground schools may be

certified

obtained by providing valid documentation** of the

train-

Honors Program The Honors Program

in

Aviation Science provides highly moti-

vated Aviation Science majors with opportunities to enhance their

academic program through intensive scholarly study and

research designed to be of assistance

ment

in

post-graduate employ-

or in the pursuit of an advanced degree in Aviation

Science. Contact the

Department of Aviation Science

information concerning

eligibility

for further

and application.

ing concerned.

** Valid documentation includes pertinent log books and other certificates, licenses

and

from the

verification of the training

school(s) concerned. This verification

must be

in

the form of a

statement, which identifies the school, describes the curriculum

under which the training was taken and specifies the number of class hours involved. The statement must be signed by the

Up

chief flight instruaor of the school.

granted for courses from

flight schools

to

full

credit

may be

operating under Federal

Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 141 and up to half credit for training from schools operating under

FAR

Part 61

tt)e above procedure for fliglit and ground school courses may be applied as fol-

Credit authorized by flight-related

lows:

Students entering the

up to 17

credits

flight training

concentration

may

apply

and students entering the aviation manage-

ment concentration may apply up

to 13 credits

academic major; any additional authorized

toward the

flight training credit

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5

Economics

Economics Minor

Faculty

The minor

Chairperson:

in

students to

Professor Margaret Brooks

economics

become

offers a basic

familiar with

and provides them with training

program which enables

some aspects in

of the

economy

economic analysis and

Professor:

Anthony Cicerone

problem-solving techniques.

Assistant Professors:

liter

Soma Ghosh, Michael Jones, Daniel Lomba

Requirements: Credits ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics .....3 ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 ECON 201 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory and

Bakkal,

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.1716 Location: Hunt Hall, Room 1 13 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Economics

3

Policy

ECON 205

Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and

3

Policy

ECON 210

Statistics for

Economics and Business

3

Degree Program â&#x20AC;˘ BS

Economics

in

Plus a or

Undergraduate Minor

400

minimum level.

Statistics

I

of

two other economics courses

The two courses,

and

MATH 318

Management, may be

â&#x20AC;˘ Economics

MATH 110

Quantitative

substituted for

Economics Major The major

in

economics

is

economy and provides them with and problem-solving techniques.

economic theory

will

program which

a comprehensive

enables students to become familiar with

many

training in

A

aspects of the

economic analysis

strong background

in

prepare students for entry into fields such

as banking, finance, business, politics and real estate.

Requirements: ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 201 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory and

Credits

3 3

3

Policy

ECON 205

Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory and 3

Policy

ECON 210 Plus five

300

Economics and Business

Statistics for

level or

3

higher economics courses for

a total of 30 credit hours

in

economics

1

Total

minimum

credits:

30

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

of

120 earned hours

is

required for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

162

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Note: The Bachelor of Arts

in

Economics

is

inactive.

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

300

Methods

for

ECON 210 Total

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

at the

Elementary

minimum

6 credits:

21


Management URIDGEWATER

practical, on-the-job professional opportunities.

Faculty

These valuable

learning experiences, coupled with the college's development

Chairperson:

as a regional resource for business and industry, offer students

Professor Sylvia Keyes

significant contact with business

and management

leaders.

Graduate Program

General Management Concentration

Coordinator:

Professor Mercer Fellouris

Professors:

Jeanne Aurelio, Jon Bryan,

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

Craig Cowles, Helene Fine,

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

Dorothy Mulcahy, Frank Sterrett

ACFI 305 Business Law

Assistant Professors:

Department Telephone Number. 508.531.1374

Room HOC

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/Management

Management

Concentrations: General

3

3

105 Computers and Their Applications: An 3

101 Principles of Microeconomics

3

102

Principles of

Macroeconomics

210

Statistics for

EconomiG and Business

144 Applied Calculus

3 3

for Business

318 Quantitative Methods

for

3

Management

3

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems MGMT 425 Operations Management MGMT 490 Strategic Management

Degree Programs in

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

Robert Wolk

• BS

3

I

Introduction

Stanley Ross, Peter Sietins,

Location: Harrington Hall,

3

II

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

COMP

Martin Grossman, Yefiia Kamel,

Credits I

Management, Energy

and Environmental Resources Management, Global Management, information Systems

3 3 3 3

3 3

Management, Marketing, Transportation • Master of Science

in

Management (MS)

Choose one option: Operations Option

Concentrations: Accounting, Marketing,

MGMT 340 MGMT 470 MGMT 475

Organization Development, Technology

Management

Labor Relations

Management

Statistical

Process Control

Undergraduate Minor •

3

credits (operations option):

60

Resources Option

MGMT 303 Organizational Behavior MGMT 340 Labor Relations MGMT 375 Personnel Development Total

Bachelor of Science

in

careers

in

for success-

business and management. The program provides

general education, other liberal arts courses and specific

agement education

and environmental resources,

marketing, global management, information systems, resources and operations

how

in

human

a strong liberal arts framework,

business decisions relate to society

economically, ethically and socially

skills

and knowledge that

who

option):

60

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum

of

1

20 earned hours

required for graduation.

is

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic Policies" seaion of

this catalog.

- while

- cul-

Energy and Environmental Resources Management Concentration Credits ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

will

1

3

developing

enable them to assume

ACFI 305 Business Law

II

3 3

I

responsibilities.

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting Students

3

(human resources

credits

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

management

3

management.

With a curriculum embedded students learn

man-

for students with career interests in general

business, transportation, energy

minimum

3

Management

The management concentrations educate students

the

3

Management

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

turally,

minimum

Total

Human

ful

3

Materials

enroll in the

management program can

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance gain

experience through internships and courses that provide

CHEM CHEM

131 Survey of Chemistry 1

32 Survey of Chemistry

3 3

I

II

4 3

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Management CHEM 250 COMP 05

Instrumentation

3

Computers and Their Applications: An

1

MGMT 460

Public Policy

Regulation

in

Global

and Government

Management

3

MGMT 490

4

POLI 260 International Relations

EASC 194 Environmental Geology

3

Proficiency in four levels of

EASC 240 Hydrology

4

ECON 101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 210 Statistics for Economics and Business GEOG 121 Physical Geography GEOG 332 Management and Preservation of the

3

Introduction

EASC 100

Physical

Geology

3

Management

3 3

one foreign language Total

minimum

12 credits:

3

Core Curriculum Requirements

3

A minimum

3

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified

Natural Environment

Strategic

in

of

120 earned hours

is

78

required for graduation.

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

3

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

MATH 44 Applied Calculus for Business MATH 318 Quantitative Methods for Management

3

"Undergraduate Academic

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems MGMT 460 Public Policy and Government

3

1

Regulation

MGMT

490

in

Global

Strategic

PHYS 180 Energy and

3 3

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

Credits 3

I

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting ACFI 305 Business Law 3

Management Social

Information Systems Management Concentration

3

Management

Its

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

3

Uses

3

3

II

3

I

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

COMP 101 Computer Science COMP 102 Computer Science COMP 210 COBOL COMP 211 COBOL COMP 410 Database Applications

3

ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

3

1

Total

minimum

credits:

81

3

II

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required 1

for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

Global Management Concentration ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting ACFI 305 Business Law

Credits I

3

II

3 3

I

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

ACFI 455 International Finance

3

COMM

365 Introduction

COMP

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

to Intercultural

Communication

Introduction

ECON ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

3 3

101 Principles of Microeconomics

102

Principles of

Macroeconomics

210

Statistics for

Economics and Business

144 Applied Calculus

3

3 3

for Business

318 Quantitative Methods

for

3

Management

3

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems MGMT 445 Information Systems Management MGMT 450 Problems in Information Systems MGMT 480 Systems Analysis MGMT 490 Strategic Management Total

minimum

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

3 3 3

3 3 3 3 3 credits:

69

for graduation.

102

Principles of

Macroeconomics

3

210

Statistics for

Economics and Business

3

specified

3

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

3

"Undergraduate Academic

321 International Economics 1

44 Applied Calculus

for Business

318 Quantitative Methods

for

Management

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamtntals of Information Systems MGMT 410 International Marketing and Physical Distribution

164

3

II

3

3

101 Principles of Microeconomics

1

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

3 3

3 3

3

Marketing Concentration ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

ACFI 305 Business Law

I

I

II

Credits 3 3

3

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

3

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS


Management BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

COMP

MGMT 490

105 Computers and Their Applications: An

Introduction

ECON ECON ECON MATH MATH

101 Principles of Microeconomics

3

3

POLI 376 Urban

Politics

3

SOCI 206

and People: Urban Sociology

Principles of

Macroeconomics

3

210

Statictics for

Economics and Business

3

144 Applied Calculus

Management

Total

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as

3

specified in the

3

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

3

"Undergraduate Academic

1

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

Management Minor

3

Students from

3

minor to broaden

3

liberal arts

their

and other programs may

background and expand

elect this

their potential

job related areas of their respeaive disciplines. The central

purpose of

minor

this

is

to provide

initial

exposure to the basic

areas of business and the environment of the business world.

and Physical

Distribution

MGMT 41 5 MGMT 440

for graduation.

3

elective courses:

International Marketing

Required courses*:

Retail

Management

Credits

ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

Marketing

Industrial

73

3

of the following three marketing

410

credits:

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required

in

MGMT

3

minimum

3

3

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems MGMT 420 Marketing Research MGMT 424 Advertising MGMT 430 Sales Management MGMT 490 Strategic Management MGMT 494 Marketing Management and Strategy And any one

Cities

3

for Business for

3

POLI 279 Introduction to Public Administration

102

318 Quantitative Methods

Management

Strategic

3

Total

minimum

credits:

63

MGMT MGMT

130

Principles of

200 Marketing

3

I

Management

3

MGMT130

Principles (Prerequisite:

and ECON 101 or ECON 102 or consent of

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 120 earned hours is required

department) for graduation.

These earned hours include Core Curriculum requirements as specified in the

3

Plus three additional electives from any ACFI or

courses for which prerequisites have been completed

9

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section

of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

One economics course (either ECON 101

ECON 102

Microeconomics or

may be used toward

Transportation Concentration ACFI 240 Principles of Accounting

Credits

accounting and finance and aviation science

II

3

majors with a concentration

3

take at least two

ACFI 350 Managerial Accounting

3

to include

ACFI 385 Managerial Finance

3

requirements.

ACFI 305 Business Law

I

Macroeconomics)

electives.

• Majors

3

ACFI 241 Principles of Accounting

Principles of

Principles of

the completion of these three required

I

COMP

MGMT

in

MGMT

MGMT 360

or

in

aviation

courses at the

management must 300

or

400

MGMT 490 to fulfill the

not

level,

elective

105 Computers and Their Applications: An 3

Introduction

Any one

COMP

EASC 100

programming course

Physical

At least one

half of the courses required for the minor

must be successfully completed at

3

this college.

Total

4

Geology

minimum

credits:

18

or

GEOG 121 Physical Geography ECON 101 Principles of MicroeconomiG ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON 210 Statistics for Economics and Business GEOG 350 Economic Geography GEOG 353 Urban Geography GEOG 355 Geography of Transportation MATH 1 44 Applied Calculus for Business

3

MGMT 130 Principles of Management MGMT 140 Human Resources Management MGMT 200 Marketing Principles MGMT 360 Fundamentals of Information Systems

3

institution. Transcripts of

3

submitted to the Registrar's Office within

3

completion of the course. Approval must be obtained prior to

3

registering for class.

Transfer of Credit After Admission

3

In

3

at other accredited institutions, approval

3

advance.

order for undergraduates to receive credit for courses taken

must be obtained

in

3

the Registrar's Office. Ap-

3

Application forms are available

3

plications for approval of a course

3

should be accompanied by the appropriate catalog from that

It is

in

from another

institution

these approved courses must be six

weeks

after the

the student's responsibility to have

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bndgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


5

Management BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

sent directly by the grade-granting institution

official transcripts

ments can be

by completion of approved equivalent

satisfied

undergraduate courses: courses

to the Registrar's Office at Bridgewater State College.

ACFI 505, and courses

Honors Program

Students concentrating

The Department of Management offers a departmental honors

program

in

management.

for well-qualified

program provides an opportunity

This

management majors in

Department of Management

for further information

and

accounting and finance for

in

accounting

MGMT

Accounting students may

call

508-531-1395 or

e-mail afdept@bridgew.edu for information.

Management/ Management

Five-year Bachelor of Science in

concerning

Master of Science

in

Undergraduate students

application.

credits of course

work

who have completed

at least

at Bridgewater State College,

30

have com-

pleted the undergraduate prerequisites, have taken the

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

examination, and can complete

BA degree

in

30

all

additional credits

managers

Successful

knowledge and

ized

growing demands

in

in

Management

in

and graduate courses during

the 21^1 century must have special-

skills

to

meet a

variety of

may

apply for the five-year

in

Management program

prepares

students to apply systems thinking to managerial problems,

and lead people and organizations

direct large-scale projects,

information technology

four,

in

in

students gain

result. In addition,

a specific area of interest through one of

three-course concentrations:

• Accounting • Marketing

• Technology

Development

upon four years

An

in

Management

Candidates for the

MS must

successfully complete the follow-

ing course requirements:

Core Courses

MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT

Credits

501 Systems Research and Problem Solving

526

Project

of

work

3

Management

3

576 Organizational Change and Leadership

3

581 Information Resources Management

3

582 Business System Design and Integration

minimum

3

core credits:

1

Concentration Area Requirements* of 2.75 based

*For accounting concentration and capstone requirements, see the "Department of Accounting and Finance" section of this

or a 3.0 undergraduate

GPA based upon work completed 2. )

The Master of Science

Total

)

junior

is

seleaive and limited.

Management

Admission Requirements 1 A minimum undergraduate GPA .

program

the modern firm and the organiza-

changes occurring as a

• Organization

and

fifth year,

this

Curriculum

through complex change. The program emphasizes the role of

focused instruction

of undergraduate

and

the ever-expanding global marketplace.

The Master of Science (MS)

tional

their fourth

graduate with both degrees. Admission to

changing and

GMAT

requirements for their BS or

BS/MS program. Those admitted take a mix

Master of Science

506.

need additional

will

to conduct independent

management. Contact the

research and scholarly study

eligibility

prerequisites.

in

marketing and law for

in

during the

catalog.

and senior years

appropriate score on the

GMAT

For

Marketing Concentration

more

information, contact the School of Graduate Studies

recommendation

3. )

Three appropriate

4. )

Official transcripts of all

5. )

Working knowledge of computers

letters of

graduate course work is

MS

in

Management

requires

work, including a core of courses,

one

elective,

15

Select three courses from the following:

9

MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT

required

Master of Science in Management For students who hold a bachelor's degree The

Core Courses

undergraduate and

30

credits of

five courses, three

graduate course

in

540

Industrial

554

Issues in Global

Marketing

E-Commerce

594 Marketing Management and Strategy

eleaive:

Capstone:

concentration

and one capstone course. Students

One

510 International Marketing

Any approved (ACFI

MGMT

Total

the

or

MGMT) MS

course

590 Management Systems Seminar

minimum aedits

3 3

(marketing):

30

technology management concentration, marketing concentration or organizational

development concentration take

590 Management Systems Seminar as

their

MGMT

capstone course.

Organization Development

Concentration

Credits

The foundation courses must be taken prior to taking the core or concentration courses credit

and may not be used

to

fulfill

the 30-

Core Courses

program requirements. The foundation course require-

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

15


Management MGMT 572 MGMT 578 Select

and Group Behavior

3 3

one course from the following:

MGMT MGMT One

Interpersonal

Organizational Development

577 Power and Influence

elective:

Capstone:

3

Organizational Culture and Workforce Diversity

571

in

Any approved (ACFI

MGMT

Total

Organizations

or

MGMT) MS

course

3

590 Management Systems Seminar

minimum

3

credits (organization development):

30

Technology Management Concentration

Credits

Core Courses

15

9

Select three courses from the following:

MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT One

527 Product Development Processes

528 Quality and

Risk

561 Environmental

562

Strategic

elective:

Management

Management

Management

Any approved (ACFI

of Technological Innovation

or

MGMT)

graduate

course

Capstone:

3

MGMT

590 Management Systems Seminar

Total

minimum

credits (technology

3

management)

concentration):

30

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

167


School of Education and Allied Studies

Dr.

Anna

Bradfield

Dean, School of Education and Allied Studies

Ms. Mary Ann McKinnon Assistant

Dean

Room 124 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/SoEd

Location: Hart Hall,

Academic Departments Counselor Education Dr.

Michael Kocet, Chairperson

Elementary and Early Childhood Education Dr Nancy Witherell, Chairperson

Counselor Education Movement Arts,

Health Promotion

and Leisure Studies

Professor Samuel Baumgarten, Chairperson

Elementary and Early Childhood

Secondary Education and Professional Programs

Education

Dr.

Movement Arts, Health Promotion and

Dr.

Leisure Studies

Lynne Yeamans, Chairperson

Special Education

and Communication

Disorders

Robert MacMillan, Chairperson

Academic Programs

PreK-12 Education (For Educators Non-U.S. Settings)

in Counselor Education Dr Michael Kocet, Chairperson

Secondary Education and Professional Programs

Educational Leadership

Dr Lynne Yeamans, Graduate Program Coordinator

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

Special Education

and Communication

Dr.

John Marvelle, Graduate and Postbaccalaureate

Program Coordinator

Disorders Health Promotion/Physical Education Dr.

Robert Haslam, Graduate Program Coordinator

Educational Leadership Instructional Technology

Dr Thanh Nguyen, Graduate Program Coordinator

Instructional Technology PreK-12 Education (For Educators For information

on

this

in

Non-U.S. Settings)

program contact the School of

Graduate Studies 508.531.1300

Reading Dr Ruth

Farrar,

Graduate Program Coordinator

Secondary Education Dr Thomas Brady, Graduate Program Coordinator

SEAS Core Courses Dr.

John-Michael Bodi, Graduate Program Coordinator

Special Education

and Communication

Disorders

Dr Kenneth Dobush, Graduate Program Coordinator

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES


School of Educatipn and Allied Studies

The School of Education and

and graduate programs

ate

Allied Studies offers

undergradu-

for the professional preparation of

and high

early childhood, elementary, special education, middle

school teachers, as well as for specialized positions

community-based organizations and agencies.

All

school are devoted to developing professionals

programs

who

in

in Physical

Education (PreK-8)

Teacher Licensure

in Physical

Education (5-12)

Special Education (Concentration

in):

Communication Disorders

school and

the

(Teacher Licensure available

in):

Teacher of Students with Moderate

are committed

and research and work

to excellence, understand best practices laboratively in their

in

Teacher Licensure

Disabilities

(PreK-8, 5-12)

col-

Teacher of Students with Severe

chosen areas. Hie school also provides service to

the schools, community organizations and agencies of the region.

Disabilities

levels)

(all

The school conducts an on-going review of professional standards

and requirements

in

order to respond to the changing needs of the

profession. Graduates of programs leading to

initial

Minors

in:

Coaching

licensure are

ready to enter the profession of teaching. During advanced degree

Communication Disorders

programs leading to the professional stage of licensure and other

Dance

graduate course work, educators strengthen their leadership

Exercise Physiology

ties

and

their

commitment to

abili-

Health Promotion

lifelong learning.

Health Resources Extensive field experiences

in

development of meaningful linkages between study and

Management

Reaeation

schools and agencies contribute to the

Special Education

practice.

Procedures and guidelines are implemented to ensure that high quality standards are maintained in field-based experiences

students have experiences working tions of children

in

and

that

settings with diverse popula-

Secondary Education minor (High School, Middle School Education or PreK-12 specialist licenses) with majors, concentrations, or

options

and youth.

in:

Biology Students following the cun-icula leading to a bachelor of science

Chemistry in

Dance education degree are prepared as early childhood, elementary or

needs teachers. Students majoring

special tion,

an

childhood educa-

taught

and sciences major in

(for special

in

Studies. Students majoring in

the School of Educa-

Mathematia Music

curricula leading

in

may

Secondary Education, which prepares them

middle

in

physical

(all levels)

(all

levels)

Physics

select

for

Theater

(all

levels)

Visual Art (PreK-8

school and/or high school teaching. Students majoring

Consumer Sciences

History

most

to a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree

a minor

Health/Family and

education (5-12), a major

grades 5-12), as well as a major

and Allied

levels)

English

elementary education or special education must complete

arts

tion

in early

(all

Earth Sciences

and 5- 12)

education earn a bachelor of science or bachelor of arts degree.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

POSTBACCALAUREATE, GRADUATE, AND POSTMASTER'S PROGRAMS

Majors

Postbaccalaureate programs leading to

in:

Early

Early

Childhood Education

Elementary Education (Concentration Early Education

initial

licensure are offered

in:

Athletic Training

in):

and Care, PreK-K (non-public

Health/Family and

Consumer Sciences (PreK-12)

Physical Education (PreK-8) (5-12)

school licensure)

Health Education (Teacher licensure option Health/Family and

Childhood Education

Elementary Education

in:

Consumer Sciences PreK-1 2)

Physical Education (Concentrations

Secondary Education (Middle School/High School PreK-12

Specialist)

Special Education (Moderate

in):

and Severe

Disabilities)

Coaching Exercise Science/Health Fitness

Motor Development Therapy/Adapted

Physical Education

Recreation Recreation and Fitness Club Administration

(Teacher Licensure available

in):

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vwvw.bridgew. edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

169 this catalog.


School of Education and Allied Studies

Graduate curricula leading to the master's degree and

Certificate

Elementary and Early

Reading

of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) are offered in the following

Childhood Education

fields:

Master's Programs

Consult office of:

Master of Arts

Secondary Education

in

and Professional Programs

Teaching

LICENSURE OF EDUCATIONAL

PERSONNEL (in

conjunction with several of

the Departments of Arts

in

the School

and Sciences)

All

candidates seeking Massachusetts EduMtor Licensure are

advised to check with their individual education departments or the

School of Education and Allied Studies offices regarding regulation

Master of Education

in:

Consult office of:

changes which may have an impact on

The School of Education and Early

their licensure

program.

Counselor Education

Counseling

Elementary and Early

Childhood

Childhood Education

and committees,

Allied Studies,

offers the following state

and

ing to Massachusetts licensure ticipatory states

and

territories

through

its

departments

approved programs lead-

eligibility for

licensure in par-

through the Interstate Certification

Educational

Secondary Education and

Contract. Information

on undergraduate and graduate programs

Leadership

Professional Programs

leading to licensure

found

Elementary Education

Elementary and Early

Educator Licensure Programs:

Childhood Education

Administrator of Special Education Early

Movement Arts,

Health Promotion

Health

Promotion and Leisure Studies

Technology

Secondary Education and Professional Programs

Educators

in

School of Graduate Studies

(all

levels)

Disabilities (PreK-2)

Elementary (1-6)

Reading

Technology

Specialist

(all levels)

levels)

(all

School Social Worker/School Adjustment Counselor

School Business Administrator PreK-1 2 Education (For

appropriate departmental sections.

in

Childhood Teacher of Students with or without

Instructional Instructional

is

(all

(all

levels)

levels)

School Guidance Counselor (PreK-8) School Guidance Counselor (5-12)

Non-U.S.

School Principal/Assistant Principal (PreK-6)

Settings)

School Principal/Assistant Principal (5-8)

Reading

Elementary and Early

School Principal/Assistant Principal (9-12)

Childhood Education

Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent Supen/isor/Director

Special Education

Special Education

and

Communication Disorders

(all

(all

levels)

levels)

Teacher of Biology (5-8) Teacher of Biology (8-12) Teacher of Chemistry (5-8)

Master of Science

in:

Consult office

Movement Arts,

Athletic Training

of:

Health

Promotion and Leisure Studies

Teacher of Chemistry (8-12)

Teacher of Dance

(all

levels)

Teacher of Earth Science (5-8) Teacher of Earth Science (8-12)

Movement Arts,

Physical Education

Health

Promotion and Leisure Studies

Teacher of English (5-8) Teacher of English (8-12) Teacher of Health/Family and Consumer Sciences

Post Master's Programs: Certificate of

Consult office of:

Advanced

Teacher of History (8-12)

Graduate Study (CAGS in

Teacher of Mathematics (5-8) Teacher of Mathematics (8-12)

Education)

Concentrations

Teacher of History (5-8)

Teacher of Music

in:

(all

levels)

Counseling

Counselor Education

Educational Leadership

Secondary Education and

Teacher of Physics (5-8)

Professional Programs

Teacher of Physics (8-12)

Teacher of Physical Education (PreK-8) Teacher of Physical Education (5-12)

170

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

(all levels)


School of Education and Allied Studies

Teacher of Students with Moderate

Disabilities (PreK-8)

education programs

Teacher of Students with Moderate

Disabilities (5-12)

Students

Teacher of Students with Severe

Teacher of Theater

(all

tory level until they

Disabilities (all levels)

in

the School of Education and Allied Studies.

may not enroll

in

education courses beyond the introduc-

have met

all

admissions

criteria

and are

officially

admitted to the program.

levels)

Teacher ofVisual Art (PreK-8)

Criteria for Admission

Teacher ofVisual Art (5-1 2)

The Students

who wish

education teachers, are required to select a major early childhood or special education

and a major

or sciences. All teachers licensed by the

chusetts are required to have a major

The following majors meet the

arts

the

liberal arts

Commonwealth

in

the

for

have been established as minimum require-

admission to a professional education program:

elementary,

in in

follov\flng criteria

ments

to be elementaFy, early childhood or special

liberal arts

1

.

Candidates must be matriculated into an undergraduate arts

of Massa-

or sciences degree

or sciences.

major/equivalent).

and sciences requirement at

2.

program (with appropriate undergraduate

Candidates must provide proof of having attained a passing score on the Communication

Bridgewater State College:

Anthropology

Mathematics

Art

Music

Biology

Philosophy

Chemistry

Physics

Earth Science

Political

and

Literacy Skills portion of the

Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure速 (MTEL).

3.

Candidates must have an overall cumulative Grade Point Aver-

age of

2.8. This

minimum GPA must be maintained throughout

the professional education program.

Science

Economics

Psychology

English

Sociology

Geography

Spanish

English

History

Communication Studies

or equivalent).

4.

Candidates must demonstrate proof of proficiency

(minimum grades

of "C-i-"

ENGL

in

in

101 and

written

ENGL 102

and Theater Arts 5.

Candidates must provide evidence of early

Students should consult with both their arts and sciences adviser

ences woricing with children or youth

and

cies

each semester (with a

final

semester) to insure that

all

their education adviser

semester prior to their

last

check the

academic degree requirements have been successfully met.

It is

the student's responsibility to insure that

work

is

successfully

completed

and sciences major, and the leads to licensure. Students for submitting

all

all

based experi-

210, ELED 220, SPED 202 or

PHED

205). The

number

of

hours and placement are determined by the department.

required course

6.

Candidates must have a complete health record (Immunization Record) on

for general education, the liberal arts

file

with the Office of Health Sen/ices.

approved major or minor which

state

must

field

schools or other agen-

as part of an introduction to education course (ECED 230,

EDHM

and

licensure

in

additionally

assume

responsibility

7.

materials to appropriate offices by the established

Candidates must interview,

if

required, with their individual

education departments (check with department).

deadlines. 8.

Please note,

all

candidates seeking Massachusetts Educator Licensure

of at least

are required at the time of application to sign an affidavit indicating that they have not been convicted of

and are not under charges

child protection

"recommend"

or "highly

recommend" on the forms

provided with the application packet.

for

any crime (misdemeanor or felony) and have not been identified by

any

Candidates must provide two faculty recommendation ratings

9.

agency as a perpetrator of child abuse.

Candidates must submit a complete Application for Admission to a Professional Education Program. The application includes

biographical data, information on

and

Students having questions regarding their licensure and/or aca-

experiences,

demic requirements should consult with

above. The application

their adviser, the appropri-

ate department chairperson or the graduate program coordinator

tency

for additional information.

reflect

in

verification of will

employment and volunteer

completion of aiteria 1-8

be reviewed to determine compe-

written expression of the English language

the candidate's commitment to a career

in

and should

education.

Therefore, candidates should pay particular attention to correct

Admission to and Retention in Professional Edugvtion Programs - Undergraduate Students All

undergraduate students preparing for a career

which requires licensure must formally aiteria,

and be recommended

for

spelling

and the proper use of grammar when completing the

application.

Candidates seeking admission to the professional education block in

education in

apply, satisfy

all

elementary or early childhood education should consult the

selection

admission into professional

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

171 this catalog.


School of Education and Allied Studies

"Department of Elementary and

Early

Childhood Education" sec-

tion of this catalog regarding additional

admission requirements.

Please note, teacher preparation candidates

for access to public

Please note, teacher preparation candidates

may be asked

to au-

thorize a Criminal Offender Record Inquiry (CORI) as a requirement for access to public

prepractica

and

and

private schools

and agencies during

practica field experience. Also, the

Education requires

Department of

candidates to sign an affidavit

all

their

v*/hich states

may be asked

to au-

thorize a Criminal Offender Record Inquiry (CORI) as a requirement

prepractica

and

and

private schools

and agencies during

practica field experience. Also, the

Education requires

their

Department of

candidates to sign an affidavit which states

all

they "have not been convicted of nor are currently charged with

any crime (misdemeanor or felony)" as part of their appliation for a Massachusetts educator's license.

they "have not been convicted of nor are currently charged with

any crime (misdemeanor or felony)" as part of

their application for

a Massachusetts educator's license.

Retention

and Exit Requirements

Students must remain

compliance

in full

w/ith all regulations,

requirements, policies and procedures of the School of Education

Admission Deadlines

and Allied

Students must apply and be admitted to a professional education

the State Department of Education.

program before they may

enroll in

upper

level

for preparing

communication with

their

academic advisers and

and submitting the completed application

packets.

Applications are accepted at any time. To ensure adequate time for

made

processing, however, application should be in

advance of the anticipated date of

weeks

several

and

education program admission/retention decision written letter of appeal to the

in

upper

level

courses

must have been

in

the School of Educa-

officially

accepted into

Admissions

professional education.

The following

is

the established process for admission to an in

must be met

.

the School of Education and Allied Studies:

Candidates must be matriculated into an undergraduate

and sciences degree or graduate 1

.

admission to the practicum

for

initial 1

program

Criteria

criteria

(student teaching):

Admission Process licensure

dean of the School of Education and

Allied Studies.

Praqicum - Undergraduate and Postbaccalaureate Programs

Allied Studies

The following

of a professional

may submit g

Application for

students enrolling

tion

Admission/Retention Appeal Process A student who wishes to request reconsideration

registration for professional

education courses.

All

Graduate Studies, the college and

(beyond the introduc-

tory level) professional education courses. Students are responsible for maintaining

Studies, the School of

licensure

arts

program

The student receives the application packet from the instructor of the introduction to education course

ELED 220, SPED 202 tion

or

PHED 205)

or

from the School of Education and

(ECED 230,

EDHM

2.

web

satisfy

all

admission

criteria for

professional

education programs (MTEL速 passing scores, English proficiency,

downloads an applicaAllied Studies

Candidates must

210, prepractica hours, health records),

and maintain continued

site

good standing

in

the School of Education and Allied Studies.

www.bridgew.edu/licensurefield placement/ 3. 2.

The student completes the application as directed

in

Candidates must have a 2.8 overall cumulative grade point av-

the packet erage. Middle school

and

returns

it

and high school teacher candidates must

to the Office of Professional Education. also have a 2.8 grade point average in the arts

and sciences

major. 3.

Students

will

be notified via mail of the status of their applica-

tion.

4.

Candidates must submit evidence of having passed

all

three

parts of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure

Admission to and Retention in Professional Education Programs - Postbaccalaureate/ Graduate Students All

(MTEL速), including the appropriate subject

5.

postbaccalaureate teacher education candidates must be admit-

tests.

Candidates must have successfully completed courses and prepractica

all

prerequisite

field experiences.

ted to a postbaccalaureate program through Graduate Admissions (see the "School of Graduate Studies" seaion of this catalog).

6.

Candidates must obtain departmental approval

Candidates must submit evidence of a minimum 2.8 overall

ture of chair or graduate coordinator

undergraduate grade point average, passing scores on appropriate

application).

on

(via

the signa-

their student teaching

sections of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure速 (MTEL),

three recommendations and biographical information as part of the

Admission Deadline

Graduate admissions process. 1

172

.

The deadline

for submitting the

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

completed application packet


and Allied

School of Educatii

to the Field Experience Office

lowing

is

Feb. 1 to student teach the

and Sept. 30 to student teach the following

fall

fol-

spring.

Professional Education Review Process A student who experiences a problem pertaining to program waiver, licensure or other matters

are completed within the college's service area at

All practica

centers

and

may

request consideration under

the School of Education and Allied Studies' established review

by the School of Education and Allied

sites established

Studies!

process.

Studies. Students are supervised by appropriately qualified faculty. In

that the practica experiences are intense and rigorous,

recommended

that students not enroll

in

it is

The

other courses during the

semester that they student teach.

first

step

is

or her adviser.

student to submit a written appeal to his

for the

If

the situation cannot be resolved at this

student and/or adviser

will

the

level,

then proceed to the department

chair-

person or graduate coordinator. Should the student's situation not Criminal Offender Record Inquires (COR!) are conducted by place-

ment

sites.

An

CORI

unsatisfactory

report

a reason for refusal of

is

placement by the Bridgewater State College Office of

ment and cooperating school

districts

Field Place-

be resolved, then the student may petition the dean of the School of Education

disaetion,

and

Allied Studies for review.

may convene a review board

The dean, at

his or her

to hear the appeal.

and agencies.

Licensure Application Written complaints

teacher tion

will

and

filed

by schools or agencies

relative to a

student

be reviewed by a committee from the School of Educa-

Allied Studies. In instances

not met the procedures, the college as set forth

policies,

in this

where the student teacher has

standards and/or expectations of

catalog, the Practicum

and/or other college documents, the student

Handbook

may be removed from

the assignment and the program.

Students wishing to apply for their Massachusetts Department of Education

initial

tions during the

educator's license will obtain application instruc-

Educator Licensure/Career Services Meeting

scheduled each semester during a student's

initial

cum. Bridgewater State College participates

in

of Education's online Educator Licensure

(ELAR), Candidates can access

ELAR

internship/practi-

the Department

and Recruitment system

via the following

web

address:

www.doe.mass.edu/educators/eJicense.html.

Admission to. Retention in and Exit from Professional Education Programs - MAT,

BSC program completers seeking

med,c:ags All

graduate students seeking licensure must formally apply,

all

selection criteria

sional education Studies,

licensure through the

ELAR

sys-

tem must fill out a Request for Recommendation Form and submit

and be recommended

programs

in

for

satisfy

to the Office of Professional Education.

Candidates applying for professional licensure should meet with

the School of Education and Allied

and the School of Graduate

it

admission into profes-

the licensure coordinator

Studies.

in

the School of Education and Allied

Studies during their last semester of coursework at the college to

The following requirements and

and

criteria for

and degree programs

tion in licensure

Allied Studies

in

admission to and reten-

review requirements and application procedures.

the School of Education

and the School of Graduate Studies have been

All

candidates seeking Massachusetts Educator Licensure are re-

quired at the time of application to sign an affidavit indicating that

established:

they have not been convicted of and are not under charges for any 1

All

.

students must be formally admitted to a graduate degree or

licensure

program by the School of Graduate

Students must remain

2.

in

good standing with the School

crime (misdemeanor or felony) and have not been identified by any child protection

Studies.

agency as a perpetrator of

child abuse.

Licensure Tests

of

Graduate Studies and the School of Education and Allied Studies.

Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure速 The Massachusetts Department of Education has contracted with

Substitutions/Waivers for Licensure

National Evaluation Systems (NES)

Undergraduate and graduate students with

and administer the educator

prior courses and/or

experiences which are equivalent to or exceed those required particular state

way

in

a

approved program may request a substitution by

of their academic adviser through their department. Students

should contact their adviser for a copy of

Grades of D and

F

this institutional process.

cannot be used. This procedure

is

for licensure

standards only; consult the major department for degree requirements.

interested persons ing

upcoming

may

in

Amherst, MA, to develop

licensure test system. Students

and

contact N.E.S. to obtain information regard-

test administrations

and

registration information at

413.256.2892 orwww.MTEL.nesinc.com.

Registering, taking

and

achieving passing scores of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator

Licensure速 (MTEL)

is

educational licensure bulletins

the student's responsibility and in

is

required for

the state of Massachusetts. Registration

and additional information may also be obtained

Office of the School of Education

and

in

the

Allied Studies reception area,

Students must provide evidence of having attained a passing score (as

determined by the Massachusetts Department of Education)

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at

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

this catalog.


5

ucation and Allied Studies

School Q BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

on the Communication and

Literacy portion of the

Massachusetts

consult the counseling, educational leadership

Tests for Educator Licensure速 as part of the admission dteria of the

seaions of

and reading program

this catalog.

School of Education and Allied Studies.

Students must provide evidence of having attained a passing score

determined by the Massachusetts Department of Education) on

(as

the appropriate subject tests of the Massachusetts Tests for Educa-

BRIDGEWATER StATE COLLEGE/UNIVERSITY OF Massachusehs - Lowell Collaborative CAGS/EdD FhioGRAM A transfer agreement is in place between Bridgewater State

tor Licensure速 prior to being placed for student teaching. Students

College,

which

offers the Certificate of Advanced

Graduate Study

are encouraged to consult with their individual departments regard-

program

ing

specific

MTEL

(CAGS), and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell, w^ich offers requirements.

the Doctor of Education (EdD) degree.

Master of Education PreK-12 Education (For

in

Educators

complete the

This

program

degree

designed for individuals

who

PreK-12 Eduation for Eduators

in

program

is

Non-U.S. Sehings)

in

is

for

American

citizens

who

in

wish to earn a graduate

accordance with

agreement, students

this

CAGS program

who

with a concentration

satisfactorily in

educational

leadership or reading at Bridgewater State College and v\/ho apply

Non-U.S. Settings. The

and are admitted

hold undergraduate U.S. degrees

and are teaching overseas.

the

EdD program

to the

sachusetts-Lowell,

CAGS program

be

into the doctoral

Mas-

at the University of

eligible to transfer

up to

1

2 aedits from

program. Specific provisions

of the transfer aedits will be subject to regulations described

Admission Requirements: 1 )

Hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited college

Lowell. Graduates of the

2)

2.8 grade point average

College

3)

Three

of recommendation; at least

letters

from professors and the

third

two should be

the

can be from a professional

be

CAGS program

Education's Admissions

Submit a completed application with statement of intent

of Massachusetts-Lowell.

5)

Achieve a minimum

Elective

Leadership Program, Hart

will identify

College, Bridgewater,

Hall,

3

Dr.

Ruth

Farrar,

Hart Hall,

133, Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater,

02325

Bridgewater State

course work that meets the needs of the 1

Degree requirements include a minimum of (30) approved gradu-

and the

successful completion of the comprehensive

examination. Total

minimum

aedits:

30

Certihcate of Advanced Graduate Study

(CAGS)

IN

Education

The School of Education and Allied Studies

offers a

program leading

to a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS)

concentrations ing,

174

in

in

222, Bridgewater State

graduate program coordinator, Reading Program,

Room

5 aedits): site,

Room

MA 02325

3

3

students

ate credits

University

about these programs, contact

Professional Teacher

collaboration with the non-U.S. setting

College

3

for Diverse Learners

(1

program

by the College of

Dr Lynne Yeamans, graduate program coordinator. Educational

5 aedits):

Courses

for review

and Standards Committee at the

For additional information

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum EDMC 532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy EDMC 533 The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction and Assessment

at Bridgewater State

considerations as graduates of

GPA of 3.0 for the first two

Program Requirements:

EDMC 538 The

same

at Lowell. Applicants to the doaoral

employer

(1

CAGS program

entitled to the

must submit a completed application

degree courses

In

will

4)

Core Courses

m

the Graduate School Catalog of the University of Massachusetts-

Education with

mental health, counseling, school guidance counsel-

educational leadership and reading. For details, students should

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

MA


Counselor Education

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Faculty Chairperson

Counseling Program Options:

and Graduate Program Coordinator:

Associate Professor Michael Kocet

Professors:

Victoria Bacon,

Master of Education Options School Counseling

Maxine Rawlins

-

in

Counseling Program

51 credits

Student Affairs Counseling

-

Mental Health Counseling

Associate

51 credits

63

-

credits

Mental Health Counseling: Dual License

Professor

Louise

Postmaster's Assistant

in

Certificate of

Theresa Coogan, Christy Lyons

Professors:

66

-

credits

Graham

Counseling Program Options

Advanced Graduate Study

Mental Health Counseling Certificate of

Department Telephone Number: 508.531.2836 Gymnasium, Room 104 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/counselingprograms

-

30

Advanced Graduate Study

School Counseling

- 30

in

(minimum)

credits

in

credits

Location: Kelly

General Admission Criteria for the Counseling

Programs

Degree Programs •

MEd

in

The counselor education faculty seek to admit students

who

Counseling will

become

highly effective professional counselors.

As such,

Concentrations: Mental Health Counseling, Mental the faculty look at each student's application as a whole and

Health Counseling-Dual License, School Counseling

do not exclude students based on any one

criterion.

Students

(PreK-8, 5-12), Student Affairs Counseling

must submit a complete application by Oct. semester admission and March

Advanced Graduate Study Programs (CAGS) Certificate of •

Mental Health Counseling

School Counseling

admission.

In

1 for a

1 for a spring

summer/fall semester

addition to the admission standards set by the

college, there are general admission criteria for counseling that

are based on state and national standards outlined below. Specific

program admission requirements are

individual

identified

under

program options on the following pages.

Postmaster's Licensure Program •

School Counseling (PreK-8, 5-12)

Each applicant faculty

Mission Statement

Each applicant must demonstrate success

and communities

and PreK-12 educational

in

mental health, student

settings.

ness, lifespan

in

Each applicant must demonstrate aptitude for

Each applicant must provide career goals and objectives

students by stressing well-

development, professional

ethics, multicultural

competencies, and prevention. The counseling faculty

and prepares counselors

to help clients effeaively

to developmental, educational, career, mental health

critically,

communicate

effeaively,

and responsibly

utilize

innovative strategies to enhance the practice of counseling

and philosophical

gram.

All

students must successfully complete the four core re-

quirements

in

the 21 5' century. The faculty facilitates the ability of students to translate theoretical

principles into practical

(CNGC

510,

CNGC

528,

CNGC

529,

who

desire to

change programs must

file

500) to

a formal petition with

the Counseling Programs Committee and meet

requirements of the desired program. is

approved must adhere to the

dents graduate prepared to pursue licensure

in

place at the time of approval.

respective

CNGC

be considered as a master's candidate. Matriculating students

application to promote wellness throughout the lifespan. Stuin their

self-

development.

Students are conditionally admitted to one counseling pro-

the Department of Counselor Education are educated to

think

chosen program;

respond

and

other lifespan challenges. As professional counselors, students in

their relevance to their

self-examination and personal and professional

with regard to background, experience, and counseling orientation,

and

Each applicant must demonstrate openness to

diverse

is

forming

graduate-level study;

The faculty embrace a

professional identity as counselors and facilitate the developof this professional identity

in

and small group contexts;

counseling, consultation, and preventive services to individuals,

ment

reviewed by counselor education

effective interpersonal relationships in individual

selor Education prepares professional counselors to provide

affairs,

is

serve on the Counseling Programs

Committee; •

Bridgewater State College graduate Department of Coun-

families, groups,

who

A

specific

student

all

admission

whose

petition

program requirements

area of counseling.

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175


Counselor Education

The counselor education faculty actively seeks to recruit ap-

Comprehensive Examinations

plicants with diverse backgrounds.

Written comprehensive examinations are administered

in

No-

vember and March. The examination, which requires integrating

Counseling Program Planning All

accepted students must attend an orientation for

new

students and meet with their faculty adviser upon acceptance.

theory and practice

in

education program

is

who

CNGC

work

programs Blackboard

sites.

have not been formally accepted

program are urged to confine

into the

to the four "core" courses

field

experience. Previous examinations are on the various counseling

Prospective candidates

the student's matriculated counselor

taken during the student's

(CNGC

their selection of courses

510,

CNGC

528,

CNGC

School Counseling (51 credit hours)

529,

500).

Admission Requirements The Department of Counselor Education takes very seriously responsibility

counselors,

and commitment to

train professional

and to "protect the public good".

A bachelor's

includes at least

and

ethical

when needed. However,

whom is

becomes

it

the department also • of students for

clear that transitioning out of the

reflects

ACA

personal,

may

and

arise.

be followed

will

in

new

discussed with

will

cally related to

A

and receive a

will

be put

in

the student's

be posted on each

course or fieldwork experience; students

lower than a B- must repeat the course.

who

in

an educational

including a

500-word

per-

In

in

Lastly,

or they will be placed

self-reflective description of the applicant's career

goals as they relate to school counseling

each graduate

receive a grade

addition, students

students must maintain a

GPA

of 3.0

on academic probation as outlined

in

School Counselor Licensure Course requirements leading to

receive a grade of "F" in any course will be dismissed

from the program.

the

licensure by the

by the college

praaicum or

internship) are required

level (5-12) are outlined

5*

below. Licensure

will result in interstate reciprocity

with signatory

Compact.

To discuss the various licensure program options, please consult

matriculated students. Depending on the counseling

Mas-

the pre-kindergarten through 8'^ grade level (PreK-8) or the

states as specified under the Interstate Certification

Work Experiences

Field experiences (e.g.,

initial

sachusetts Department of Education as a school counselor at

through 12^^ grade

graduate student handbook.

all

and

sonal statement that presents a synthesized, integrated

Students must receive a grade of B- or higher

of

one of which

applicants will be required to interview with a

and

Field

working with children

member A completed application,

Graduate Studies.

who

least

has knowledge of the

faculty

at the School of

file

who

passing score on the Communication and Literacy

All

signed copy

recommendation, at

sure® (MTEL) •

of the department's program-specific Blackboard virtual sites.

A

and

portion of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licen-

hard copy of the contract. Students must sign and receive a

will also

quantitative

Test

setting

copy of the Learning Contract to continue to take courses as a matriculated student. The contract

letters of

000 on the

Successful experience in a counseling capacity specifi-

concerns which

be reviewed and

students; students will sign

all

that

counseling related experience

student orientation experience,

the department's Learning Contract

field

applicant's aptitude for the counseling profession

During the

1

GRE General

should be from a supen/isor

response to academic,

/or professional student-related

GPA

Three

ethical standards, college guidelines,

department expectations and requirements, as well as the procedures which

2.8 undergraduate

composite score of

verbal parts of the

program

necessary. The department has written a Learning Contract,

which

psychology or a related

of the following courses: general

psychology

A A

number

recognizes that there will be a small

in

two

psychology, abnormal psychology and developmental

com-

Faculty are

mitted to supporting student success, and providing remedial interventions,

degree

its

with your adviser.

program, students complete between 700 and 1000 hours of supervised tion with is

field

work experience. Each student,

an academic

adviser, selects

conjunc-

an appropriate

site

and

supervised by an on-site professional while meeting with

a Bridgewater State College faculty

seminar.

Most

importantly, students

member

for a field

must submit a

field

work

application to the field

work

Field

work applications must be completed by

April 1

and summer semesters and by

for the

fall

School Counseling Program Initial

Licensure (PreK-8) (51 Credit Hours)

Requirements should be taken

in

the following sequence: CREorrs

work

work experience.

the spring semester.

176

in

director to participate in any field

November

1 for

*CNGC 510The

Counseling Function inSchool, Agency/

Community and Higher Education

*CNGC 528 *CNGC 529 *CNGC 500

Settings

Counseling and Development

3

3

Multicultural Counseling

3

Research and Evaluation

3

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES


BSC

Counselor Education

BRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

CNSG

5

1

CNGC

5 Ethical and Legal Issues for the School

Counselor

CNSG 523 The School

3

School Counseling

3

CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group Interaction CNGC 539 Introduaion to Career Counseling CNGC 532 Psychological Assessment CNGC 582 Principles and Methods of Community I;

...

a (P)Pass/(N)

No

(Total of

Three

600 hours)**

3

600 hours)**

12

the 500 level or above

(3) credits in electives at

3

Comprehensive Examination

To be taken within the

To be taken within the

*

*Students would meet with their adviser to plan their

first

meet with

1

work

their adviser to plan their field

600 hours

in

a

minimum

and

1

will register for

work they

will

hours

credits.

1

3 credits for each

1

50 hours of field

complete that semester. For example,

per week/1 50 total hours total

=6

credits;

=

1

=9

total

hours

credits.

1

3 credits for each

1

50 hours

complete that semester. For example,

=

=

3 credits; 20 hours per

6 credits; 30 hours per week/450 total

Students must attend a in field

clinical

seminar each

experience.

30 hours per week/450

in field

Students should consult with their academic adviser

hours

1

clinical

Total

total

hours

=9

minimum

credits: 51

Mental Health Counseling (63 credit hours)

seminar each semester

experience.

Students should consult with their academic adviser

Admissions Requirements

when

choosing an appropriate

when

choosing an appropriate elective.

20 hours per week/300

3 credits;

Students must attend a

they are involved

will

field

600 hours

of

will register for

work they

to complete

two semesters and a maximum may work 0-30 hours per 5 week

minimum

semester they are involved

two semesters and a maximum of four may work 0-30 hours per 5 week semes-

5 credits

hours per week/1 50 total hours

hours

of field

1

of

semesters. Students ter

work

a

in

of four semesters. Students

week/300

5 credits

first

work experience. Students would need

of field

experience. Students will need to complete

work

3

*

1

will

the 500 level or above

Counseling -School

571 Practicum: School Counselor (PreK-8)

**Students

12

(3) credits in electives at

semester and

*

3

581 Practicum: School Counselor (5-12)

of field

Three

3

Experience (0 credit; Graded on

Comprehensive Examination

Pass basis)

Counselor: (PreK-8) (100 hours)

(Total of

Community

Experience (0 credit; Graded on

CNSG 570 Advanced Applied CNSG

of

Counselor: (5-12) (100 hours)

CNSG

3

3

and Methods

a (P) Pass/(N) No Pass basis) CNSG 580 Advanced Applied Counseling -School

3 3

Counseling and Consultation

CNGC 520 Group

Principles

CNGC 520 Group

Counselor: Psychopathology

and Developmental Issues

CNSG 524 Applied

582

Counseling and Consultation

3

Bachelor's degree

in

psychology or a related

field

which

elective.

Total

minimum

includes general psychology, abnormal psychology,

and

credits: 51

developmental psychology

School Counseling Program

Initial

Licensure

A minimum

Composite score of 1000 on the quantitative and verbal

(5-12) (51 credit hours) parts of the

Requirements should be taken

in

the following sequence:

Counseling Function

Community and Higher Education

*CNGC 528 *CNGC 529 *CNGC 500

in

Settings

3 3

Multicultural Counseling

3

Research and Evaluation

3

and Developmental Issues

CNSG 524 Applied

CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group CNGC 539 Introduction to Career Counseling CNGC 532 Psychological /^sessment I:

has knowledge of the

..

counseling related experience • Applicants must have successful volunteer or paid experi-

ence

All

member A completed

3 Interaction.. 3

3

a counseling capacity specifically related to mental

• 3

3

in

health counseling

3

School Counseling

who

candidate's aptitude for the counseling profession and

Counseling and Development

1

of 2.8

General Test

should be from a supervisor

School, Agency/

CNSG 5 5 Ethical and Legal Issues for the School Counselor CNSG 523 The School Counselor: Psychopathology

GRE

GPA

• Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which

Credits

*CNGC 510 The

undergraduate

applicants will be required to interview with a faculty

500-word personal self-

reflective description of the applicant's career goals as

they

relate to

application, including a

statement that presents a synthesized, integrated and

mental health counseling

Official transcripts of

all

undergraduate and graduate course

work

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at

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ucation

This

63

credit

program

in

Mental Health Counseling - Dual License

those seeking licensure as a

for

is

mental health counselor

Massachusetts by the Board of

Registration.

Program requirements have been designed to

meet current

state licensing requirements

(CMR

(66 CREDIT hours)

262).

Admission Requirements •

Mental Health Counseling Program

Counseling Function

in

School,

Agency/Community and Higher Education Settings

CNMH

3

Multicultural Counseling

3

Research and Evaluation

3

I:

CNMH

Counseling: Adolescent-Adult

3

Counseling: Pre-adolescent

3

3

564 Theories

Development

of Psychological

GPA

GRE General

Test

passing score on the communication and literacy portion

3

who

has knowledge of the

candidate's aptitude for the counseling profession and

counseling related experience • Applicants must have successful volunteer or paid experi-

ence

in

a counseling capacity specifically related to mental

health counseling •

applicants will be required to interview with a faculty

All

member •

A

completed application, including a 500-word personal

statement that presents a synthesized, integrated, and

Pass basis)

self-

reflective description of the applicant's career goals as they

570 Advanced Applied Counseling: Mental

relate to

mental health counseling

3

571 Practicum: Mental Health Counselor

(Total of

2.8 undergraduate

of the Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure® (MTEL)

Experience (0 credits; Graded on

Health Counselor (100 hours)

CNMH

which

• Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which

3 3

No

field

composite score of 1000 on the quantitative and verbal

parts of the

Theory and Process of Group Interaction... 3

Introduction to Career Counseling

a (P) Pass/(N)

psychology or a related

should be from a supervisor

Psychological Assessment

CNGC 520 Group

CNMH

A

3

568 Psychopathology

CNGC 532 CNGC 539

Professional Counselor: Standards,

and Legal Issues

CNGC 535 Applied CNGC 536 Applied CNGC 538 Group

CNMH

A A

3

Counseling and Development

534 The

Ethics

in

developmental psychology Credits

*CNGC 528 *CNGC 529 *CNGC 500

bachelor's degree

includes general psychology, abnormal psychology, and

(63 credit hours)

*CNGC 510 The

A

This 66-credit

900 hours)**

18

program

is

for

those seeking dual licensure as

(LMHC)

a Licensed Mental Health Counselor

in

the state of

Massachusetts by the Board of Registration and a School Social Six (6) credits of electives at the

500

level or

above

6

Worker/School Adjustment Counselor License with the Depart-

ment Comprehensive Examination

to

of Education.

meet current

initial

*

To be taken within

**Students

first

1

meet with

will

5 credits

minimum

Health Counselor (LMHC) must complete a

1

field

work

0-40 hours per

1

5

at a mental health site. Students

week semester and

50 hours of

for

each

ter.

For example,

1

1

field

week/450 hours

=

1

total

hours

=

total

9

hours

credits;

2 credits, Students

semester they are involved

minimum

work they

will

=6

(CMR 262) and

Department of Education

work

Mental Health Counseling - Dual License Counsel-

900

ing Program (66 credit hours)

may work 3 credits

complete that semes-

credits;

=

3 credits;

30 hours per

40 hours per week/600

must attend a

in field

of

will register for

hours per week/150 total hours

20 hours per week/300

licensure by the Massachusetts

as a school adjustment counselor.

their adviser to plan their field

experience. Students seeking licensure as a Licensed Mental

hours of

Program requirements have been designed

state licensing requirements

clinical

total

seminar each

experience and must attend a

of three seminars overtheir

900

total hours/1

8 credits

fieldwork experience. Total

minimum

credits:

63

Credits

*CNGC 510 The

Counseling Function

Community and Higher Education

in

School, Agency/

3

Settings

*CNGC 528 Counseling and Development *CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling *CNGC 500 Research and Evaluation

CNMH

534 The Professional Counselor: Standards,

and Legal Issues

CNGC 535 Applied CNGC 536 Applied CNGC 538 Group

I:

,

3 3 Ethics

3

Counseling: Adolescent-Adult

3

Counseling: Pre-Adolescent

3

Theory and Process of Group Interaaion... 3

CNMH

568 Psychopathology

CNGC

563 Psychopharmacology

3 for

Non-medical 3

Professionals

CNGC 520 Group

3

Experience (0 credit; Graded on

a(P) Pass/(N)No Pass basis)

CNGC 532 CNGC 539 178

Psychological Assessment

3

Introduction to Career Counseling

3

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES


bSc

Counselor Education

SRIDGEWATER STATE COLLEGE

CNMH

564 Theories

CNGC 582

Development

of Psychological

Principles

3

and Methods of Community

interested

Counseling and Consultation

CNMH

is

designed for those students

student affairs settings.

(51 credit hours)

Credits

Requirements should be taken

9

450 hours)**

582 Practicum: Mental Health Counselor

License (Total of

in

Student Affairs Counseling Program 3

571 Internship: Mental Health Counselor

(Total of

CNMH

program

careers

in

3

580 Advanced Applied Counseling: Mental

Health Counselor- Dual License (100 hours)

CNMH

This 51 credit hour

Dual

-

9

450 hours)**

in

the following sequence:

*CNGC 528 Counseling and Development *CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling *CNGC 500 Research and Evaluation CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group Interaction CNGC 520 Group Experience (0 credit; Graded on I:

Three (3) credits of elective at the 500 level or above

3

a(P)Pass/(N)

Comprehensive Examination

*To be taken within the *

*Students

work

first

meet with

will

their adviser to plan their field

a School Social Worker/School

health site and

Students

450 hours 1

each

complete that semester:

total

hours

=

total 1

field

work they

hours

=6

credits;

site.

will

=

3

seminar

3

3

3

Professionals

CNSA 560

Special Topics in Student Affairs (1-3 credits)

or any counseling eleaive

Affairs Counseling

3

Counseling: Student

(100 hours; 3

3

credits)

571 Practicum: Student Affairs Counselor

(Total of credits:

600 hours)**

12

66 Six (6) elective credits at the

Student Affairs Counseling (51 CREDIT hours) Admission Requirements • A bachelor's degree in psychology

in

CNSA 525 Student Affairs Administration CNSA 530 Applied Counseling for Student Affairs

CNSA

of three total seminars.

minimum

3

..

3

and Professional Issues

Ethical, Legal

CNSA 570 Advanced Applied

experience and must

Total

3

Education

will

30 hours

clinical

3

Student Affairs

hours per week/600

must attend a

in field

3 ...

Student Affairs Practice Counseling

CNSA 520

at a mental

week semester and

= 9 credits; 40

2 credits. Students

minimum

5

1

total

each semester they are involved attend a

work

hours per week/1 50 total hours

1

hours

per

50 hours of

1

20 hours per week/300

week/450

field

school-based mental health

may work 0-40 hours

register for 3 credits for

credits;

at a

for

a license as

Adjustment Counselor must

complete a minimum of 450 hours of

per

LMHC and

experience. Students pursuing a

3

Pass basis)

CNGC 539 Introduaion to Career Counseling CNSA 551 Student Development Theory in Higher CNSA 523 Foundations in Higher Education

5 credits

1

No

3

500

above

level or

6

Capstone experience choices: Option A: Comprehensive Examination and Capstone

or a related field,

Portfolio

which

Option

includes at least one of the following courses: general

B:

Master's Thesis

psychology, abnormal psychology and developmental psy-

*To be taken within

chology

**Students

A minimum

Composite score of 1000 on the quantitative and verbal parts of the

undergraduate

GRE General

GPA

of 2.8

who

profession and counseling-related experience

for

All

in

a counseling capacity or related

applicants will be required to interview with a faculty

Completed

ter.

each

1

1

50 hours of

field

a

minimum

hours application, including a

=

total

Students

of

600

may work 0-40 1

will register for

work they

For example, 10 hours per

week/450

site.

5-week semester and

20 hours per week/300

student affairs

member •

their adviser to plan their field

with a total of 600 hours at the

has knowledge of the

applicant's aptitude for the higher education/counseling

experience

5 credits

work experience. Students must complete

hours per

in

1

Committee. An internship includes from 150-600 clock hours

• Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which

• Successful experience

first

meet with

fieldwork hours at a site approved by the Counseling Programs

Test

should be from a supervisor

will

will

week/1 50

total hours

=

6

three credits

complete that semes-

total

hours

credits;

=

3 credits;

30 hours per

hours 9 credits; 40 hours per week/600 total

12 credits.

500-word personal

statement that presents a synthesized, integrated, and

self-

reflective description of the applicant's career goals as

they

Students should consult with their academic advisers

choosing an appropriate

when

elective.

relate to student affairs counseling

Official transcripts of all

undergraduate and graduate course

work

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at

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179


Counselor

Students

in

lucation

the student affairs counseling program

will

not be

Students must complete

3.)

requirements and

eligible for licensure.

minimum

Total

Postmaster's Licensure Counseling

in

The Postmaster's Licensure program als

who

seek

initial

work,

field (i.e. social

clinical

program

Requirements should be taken

designed for individu-

*CNGC 510 The

in

psychology), which has included

of study with a faculty adviser in accordance

will

complement previous master's

include

all

the following sequence:

appropriate

level

course

experiences and a

field

Counseling Function

capstone experience.

School,

in

Settings

3

*CNGC 528 Counseling and Development *CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling *CNGC 500 Research and Evaluation CNSG 523 The School Counselor: Psychopathology

3

3 3

and Developmental Issues

CNSG 524 Applied

established by the Massachusetts Department of Education.

will

in

Agency/Community and Higher Education

and who

counseling or a related

counselor, which are aligned with licensure requirements

work, and

experience

field

Credits is

with the current BSC requirements for licensure as a school

The program

required field experience

requirement based on previous experience.

credits: 51

a formal, supervised internship experience. Each student plans their

all

not waive the

School

licensure as a school counselor,

possess an applied master's degree

may

3

School Counseling

3

CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group Interartion... 3 CNGC 539 Introduction to Career Counseling 3 CNGC 532 Psychological Assessment 3 CNGC 582 Principles and Methods of Community I:

Counseling and Consultation

Admission Requirements for Postmaster's Licensure in School Counseling: • An applied master's degree in counseling or related field (i.e. social

work,

supervised

clinical

field

psychology) which includes a formal,

Counselor: (Prek-8)

CNSG

A 3.25

Three letters of recommendation, at least one of which

cumulative

GPA

in

who

Three (3) credits

* *

in

a counseling capacity

Applicants seeking licensure must complete at least of the required school counseling course

work

at

50%

BSC

be required to interview with a faculty

12

the 500 level or above

a

ters.

of

Students

may work 0-30 hours

A completed

application, including a five-hundred

word

per-

two semesters and 1

its.

-

6

total

hours

credits;

1

-

clinical

semes-

5-week semester and

total

field

work

hours per

1

3 credits; 20 hours per

Students must attend a

of four

50 hours of

week/300

total

=9

cred-

hours

seminar each semester they

are involved in field experience. Total

score on the Communication

Official transcripts of all

1

work

of field

minimum

credits: 51

and Literacy portion

of the Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure® (MTEL)

per

30 hours per week/450

they relate to school counseling

A passing

maximum

a

three credits for each

600 hours

they will complete that semester For example,

hours

work

their adviser to plan their field

minimum

week/1 50

self-reflective description of the applicant's career goals as

3

5 credits

1

experience. Students need to complete

member sonal statement that presents a synthesized, integrated, and

first

meet with

will

will register for

School of Graduate Studies. Final applicants will

in electives at

To be taken within *Students

in

as

required by the School of Education and Allied Studies and

600 hours)**

has knowledge of the

applicant's aptitude for the counseling profession

Successful experience

3

the master's program

should be from a supen/isor

00 hours)

( 1

571 Practicum: School Counselor

(PreK-8) (Total of

experience

3

CNSG 61 5 Legal and Ethical Issues for the School Counselor... 3 CNSG 570 Advanced Applied Counseling - School

undergraduate and graduate course

Postmaster's Licensure (5-12)

in

Requirements should be taken

work

School Counseling

Program in

the following sequence: Credits

Postmaster's Licensure in School Counseling (PreK-8)

.

)

Students must complete

CNSG 524 Applied

Counseling before entering the

mum 2. )

grade of "B"

is

field

School

experience (a mini-

required).

Students must complete

CNSG

Issues for the School Counselor,

6 1 5 Legal and Ethical

which can be taken con-

currently with either the pre-practicum or practicum experi-

ence.

180

Counseling Function

in

School,

Agency/Community and Higher Education

Program

NOTE: 1

*CNGC 510 The

Settings

3

*CNGC 528 Counseling and Development *CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling *CNGC 500 Research and Evaluation CNSG 523 The School Counselor: Psychopathology

3

3 3

and Developmental Issues

CNSG 524

3

Applied School Counseling

CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group CNGC 539 Introduction to Career Counseling I:

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

3

Interaaion

..

3 3


Counselor Education

CNGC 532 CNGC 582

Psychological Assessment Principles

3

and Methods of Community

Counseling and Consultation

3

level

course work but

program requires a minimum

of

30 graduate

credits.

3

3

Counselor: (5-12) (100 hours)

581 Pradicum: School Counselor (5-1 2)

Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) IN Mental Health Counseling Program (30 credits)

12

600 hours)**

(Total of

complement previous master's

will

must include an internship and a comprehensive examination. The

CNSG 615 Legal and Ethical Issues for the School Counselor... CNSG 580 Advanced Applied Counseling - School CNSG

program

Credits Three

*

*

*Students

will

first

in

minimum

a

and

work they

hours

credits.

600 hours

to complete

may work 0-30 hours 1

maximum per

three credits for each

per week/1 50 total hours total

=6

credits;

=

1

of field

5-week semes-

1

1

3 credits; 20 hours per

hours

week/300

total

=9

hours

seminar each semester

clinical

experience.

minimum

Total

3

CNMH

534 The

3 3 3

Professional Counselor: Standards, Ethics

of four

50 hours of field

30 hours per week/450

in field

School,

*CNGC 528 Counseling and Development *CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling *CNGC 500 Research and Evaluation and Legal Issues

3

CNGC 535Applied CNGC 536 Applied CNGC 538 Group

Counseling: Adolescent-Adult

3

Counseling: Pre-Adolescent

3

I:

Students must attend a

they are involved

work

their adviser to plan their field

complete that semester. For example,

will

in

3

5 credits

would need

will register for

Counseling Function

Agency/Community and Higher Education Settings

of two semesters and a

semesters. Students ter

1

meet with

experience. Students

work

the 500 level or above

(3) credits in electives at

To be taken within

*CNGC 510 The

credit hours: 51

CNMH

568 Psychopathology

CNGC 532 CNGC 539

CNMH CNMH

Theory and Process of Group Interaction... 3

Psychological Assessment

3

Introduction to Career Counseling

564 Theories

of Psychological

3

Development

3

570 Advanced Applied Counseling: Mental 3

Health Counselor (100 hours)

Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) - Mental Health Counseung Certificate of

CNMH

CAGS

671

Internship: Mental Health

Counselor (Total of 600 hours)**

12

(30 credits) The

CAGS

in

Mental Health Counseling

are practicing counselors

degree

in

who

designed for students

is

Elective:

Three

(3) credits at

counseling or related

field

and need a CAGS to apply

licensure in Massachusetts as a Mental Health Counselor

for

(CMR

262).

*To be taken within **Students

will

first

Admission Requirements • A master's degree in counseling, which counseling internship with

A 3.25

Three

cumulative

letters of

GPA

in

semester and included an applied

supervision

clinical

should be from a supervisor

who

at least

Successful experience

one of which

hours

has knowledge of the

Final applicants will

be required to interview with a faculty

application including a

500-word personal

statement that presents a synthesized, integrated, and reflective description of the applicant's career

relate to

self-

undergraduate and graduate course

work

Students accepted will

in

the

meet with a

CAGS

in

each

1

50 hours

credits;

=

3 credits;

attend a

in field

20 hours per

30 hours per week/450 clinical

total

seminar each

experience and must attend a

total seminars.

Total

minimum

credits:

30

Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) - School Counseling (30 credits) Certificate of Advanced

program

is

Graduate Study

for licensed School

in

School Counseling

Counselors seeking to enhance their

expertise through professional development.

Admission Requirements A master's degree in counseling • An initial or professional license as •

Mental Health Counseling pro-

faculty adviser

5-week

Certificate of

gram

two

1

goals as they

mental health counseling

Official transcripts of all

=6

semester they are involved

The

A completed

hours

a counseling capacity demonstrated

in

member •

total

of

per

complete that semester. For example,

= 9 credits. Students must

minimum

by at least one year of full-time employment as a counselor

will

work

their adviser to plan their field

may work 10-30 hours

will register for three credits for

work they

week/300

applicant's counseling activities

3

5 credits

10 hours per week/1 50 total hours

the master's program

recommendation

of field

1

meet with

experience. Students

the 500 level or above

and do not possess a 60-aedit master's

Three

who

letters

a school counselor

of recommendation, at least one from a supervisor,

has knowledge of the applicant's professional experience as

and design a program based a school counselor

on the

current requirements for licensure in Massachusetts. The

All

A completed application,

applicants will be required to interview with a faculty including a

500-word personal

member state-

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at

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181


ment

how this CAGS program

that explains

to the candidate's professional

CNGC 660

will contribute

CNMH

development as a school

counselor â&#x20AC;˘

Official transcripts of all

undergraduate and graduate course

work

Special Topics in Counseling

564 Theories

CNSA 551 CNSG 523

of Psychological

Development

Student Development Theory

in

and Developmental Issues Total

Note: Interested professionals must submit a completed

counseling program application by Oct.

March

admission or

1 for

1 for

a spring semester

a summer/fall semester admission.

Massachusetts Department of Education licensed educators,

administrators and professional support personnel are

required to

renew

their professional (formerly "standard")

stage licenses every five years. Individuals must engage

in

sustained professional development that strengthens their professional

knowledge and

as part of the recertification

skills

process. Licensed school counselors 1

need between 120 and

50 professional development points (PDPs) to renew

their

primary licenses. Under the revised recertification regulations,

one graduate

credit

is

the equivalent of 22.5 PDPs.

Advanced Graduate Study School Counseling Program

Certificate of

(CAGS)

IN

(30 credits) Credits

CNSG 605

Orientation to Capstone Experience

1

CNGC 610

Counselor Supervision: Principles and Practice

3

CNSG 615

Legal

CNGC 620 CNGC 625

and

Counselor

Ethical Issues for the School

Multicultural Counseling

...

3 3

II

Enhancing Counseling and Prevention through

Technology

3

CNGC 542 Group The Facilitation of Group Experience CNGC 630 Child and Adolescent Psychopathology

3

CNSG 607 Capstone

2

II:

Experience

Counseling electives to equal nine (Electives will be

3

9

(9) credits

determined during the orientation course)

Electives:

CNGC 529 Multicultural Counseling CNGC 536 Applied Counseling: Pre-Adolescent CNGC 538 Group Theory and Process of Group I:

Interaction (3 credits) (satisfies prerequisite to

Group

CNGC 539

Higher Education

The School Counselor: Psychopathology

II:

The

Facilitation of the

CNGC 542

Group Experience)

Introduction to Career Counseling

CNGC 544 Introduction to Reality Therapy CNGC 560 Special Topics in Counseling CNGC 561 Grief Counseling CNGC 563 Psycho pharmacology for Non-medical CNGC 567 Marital and Family Therapy CNGC 582 Principles and Methods of Community Counseling and Consultation

CNGC 625

Professionals

(satisfies prerequisite to

Enhancing Counseling and Prevention

through Technology)

SCHOOL OF education AND ALLIED STUDIES

minimum

credits:

30


Elementary and Early Childhood Education UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

Faculty Chairperson:

Professor Nancy Witherell

Bachelor of Science

Education

in

Graduate Program Professor Ruth Farrar (Reading)

Elementary Education (1-6)

Professor John Marvelle (Elementary

Students

and

select a

Coordinators:

Early

Childhood Education)

who

Barbara Bautz, Steven Greenberg,

elementary education as well as a major

in

or sciences.

liberal arts

Professors;

wish to be elementary teachers are required to

major

requirement of the

A major

or sciences

in liberal arts

Commonwealth

is

the

in

a

of Massachusetts.

Gerald Thornell

Students must apply for admission and be accepted into profes-

Associate

sional education after completion of

Rebecca Corwin, Gregory Nelson,

Professors:

Mary Shorey, Robert

Sylvester

ELED 220 Introduction

to

Elementary Education and before the professional semester. ELED

220

is

the only education course

prior to official

in

which students can

enroll

acceptance into a professional education program.

Assistant Professors:

Elaine Bukowiecki, Patricia

Emmons,

The

state of Massachusetts requires three Massachusetts Tests

for Educational Licensure®

Department Telephtone Number: 508.531.1243

Room 130 Web site: www.bridgew.edu/EiemEd

Location: Hart Halt,

Communication and

(MTEL)

Literacy,

for

Elementary licensure:

General Curriculum (Elementary)

and the Foundations of Reading. Beginning 2007,

all

three of these

in

the

semester of

fall

exams must be passed as a

prerequisite

to professional semester courses.

Degree Programs • BSE

in

• BSE

in Early

Elementary Education

seeking students must take the professional semester as a block

Concentration: Early Education and Care (PreK-K)

(Non-Public School Licensure) • BSE

in

Dual Licensure

• •

MEd MEd MEd

in

Elementary Education

in

Elementary Education (Professional

(Initial

Licensure)

in

MEd MEd

department. These courses

and

Allied

Studies" for information pertaining to admission to a professional

education program and the State Regulations for the Licensure of Educational Personnel and important institutional deadlines.

in Early

Childhood Education

in Early

Childhood Education (Professional

in Early

in

undergraduate students seeking licensure must consult the

All

Elementary Education (Non-Licensure) (Initial

Licensure)

Licensure)

register with the

section of this catalog entitled "School of Education

Licensure)

and must

Elementary Education/MEd Special

Disabilities PreK-8)

MEd MEd

of courses

are usually taken the semester prior to student teaching.

Education (Teacher of Students with Moderate

matriculated undergraduate elementary education degree-

All

Childhood Education

Students must complete 80 hours of prepraaica experience.

hour experience

40 hours Childhood Education (Non-Licensure)

Reading

who

is

is

attached to the course ELED 220.

An

A 40-

additional

attached to the professional courses. Undergraduates

are not taking these courses together

must meet with

in

a professional block

their professor to plan appropriate prepractica

experiences.

Advanced Graduate Study Program (CAGS)

Certificate of • Reading

After completing

complete a in

Postbaccalaureate Licensure Programs

a

sor

all

education methods courses, students must

full-time,

local school

semester-long student teaching experience

under the

and a supervising

joint supervision of a college supervi-

practitioner.

• Early Childhood Teacher of Students with or

without

Disabilities (PreK-2) (Initial Licensure)

• Elementary Education

(Initial

Licensure)

Students successfully completing the program are eligible to apply for initial

This

Massachusetts licensure

in

elementary education (1-6).

program has been approved by the Massachusetts Depart-

ment

of Education

and includes

licensure reciprocity with signa-

tory states under the Interstate Certification

Compact.

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at

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183 this catalog.


2

Elementary and Early Childhood Education The following courses are required to complete the elementary

The following courses are required to complete the elementary

education major:

education major: Credits

ENGL 254

Credits

3

ENGL 254

3

GEOG

HIST 131 World History to 1500

3

HIST 131 World History to

HIST 221 United states History and Constitutions to 1865

3

HIST 221 United States History and Constitutions to 1865

3

MATH

3

MATH 1 07

3

POL1 172 Introduaion to American Government

3

POL1

PSYC 224

3

PSYC 224

Literature for Elementary Education Majors

GE0G151 Human

107

Geograpliy

Principles of

Mathematics

1

Child Psychology

or

3

Human Geography

151

Principles of

1

3

500

3

Mathematics

1

72 Introdurtion to American Government

1

3

Child Psychology

3

or

PSYC 227 Development Through the

Note:

Literature for Elementary Education Majors

Some

Life

of the required courses listed

PSYC 227 Development Through the

Cycle

above also

certain

to Elementary Education

3

ELED 300 Elementary Art Methods ELED 310 Teaching Science and

5

in

the Elementary School

ELED 340 Teaching Language Arts

in

in

the Elementary School

(Writing Intensive

3

Elementary Classroom

3 in

Public Schools: Elementary.. Total

minimum

credits:

3 in

1

51.5

in

prior to

and enrollment

upper division education courses.

in

admission to professional education

in

3

the Elementary School

the Major Core Curriculum

3

ELED 350 Teaching MathematiG in

in

the Elementary School

Elementary Classroom

3

or

SPED 217 Meeting the Needs

of All Learners Public Schools:

in

Elementary

12

SPED 404 Student Teaching

Practicum: Inclusion

6

Program (PreK-8)

BSE Elementary Education/MEd

Special

Education (Teacher of Students with Moderate Disabilities PreK-8) Dual Licensure 5-YEAR Program The dual license program

ment

of Elementary

and

is

a joint program

3

a Standards-Based, Inclusive

ELED 492 Supen/ised Teaching *To be completed

the Elementary School

Requirement-CWRM)

ELED 360 Teaching

a Standards-Based, Inclusive

ELED 492 Supen/ised Teaching

Social Studies in

ELED 340 Teaching Language Arts

the Elementary School

3

Introduction to Special Education

ELED 330 Teaching Reading

3

ELED 350 Teaching Mathematics

*SPED 202

3

the Elementary School

Requirement-CWRM)

in

certain

• Additional undergraduate program requirements:

3

(Writing Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum

ELED 360 Teaching

of the required courses listed above also

ELED 310 Teaching Science and

Social Studies in the

Elementary School

ELED 330 Teaching Reading

Some

Cycle

Core Curriculum Requirements

Core Curriculum Requirements

*ELED 220 Introduction

Note:

Life

between the Depart-

*To be completed prior to admission to professional education

and enrollment

in

upper division education courses.

Graduate Program Requirements: • Students must complete the following courses:

Early

Childhood Education and the

Department of Special Education and Communication Disorders.

EDMC 530 The Teacher The dual license program

3

as Researcher

SPED 504 Applied Curriculum Development is

a five-year,

1

57

credit

for

program that 3

Learners with Special Needs: PreK-8 leads to both a BSE in

in

Elementary Education with

Elementary Education and an

MEd

Initial

License

SPED 517 Language in

Moderate

for Initial License as

Special

SPED 530 Assessment Procedures

The purpose of the program

in

3

who have an

is

3

Special Education Special

Needs

to develop special education

through

3

Direct/Explicit Instruaion

in-depth understanding of special educa-

SPED 575 Behavior

and the elementary school classroom.

Interventions

in

Undergraduate Program Requirements: • Students must complete a

liberal arts or

science major

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

3

Special Education Total

184

3

Special Education

in

Disabilities (PreK-8).

SPED 560 Teaching Students with

tion

3

Strategies in Special Education

a Teacher of Students with

SPED 550 Seminar

teachers

Needs Learners

Special Education with

SPED 518 Reading endorsement

Skills for

minimum

credits:

81


Elementary and Early Childhood Education Students successfully completing this program

OR WITHOUT

(Department

Disabilities (PreK-2)

OF Education Public School Licensure) select a

the

who

be

eligible to

licensure

initial

requirements for the Early Childhood Teacher of Students with or

without

I

Students

will

meet Commonwealth of Massachusetts teacher

Disabilities (PreK-2) license.

wish to be early childhood teachers are required to

major

in early

childhood education as well as a major

A major

liberal arts or sciences.

requirement of the

in

The following courses are required to complete the early or sciences

in liberal arts

Commonwealth

child-

a

is

hood education major: of Massachusetts.

Credits

*ECED 230 The

The Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education ,

offers a

major

in early

ECED 300

Early

ECED

Science and Social Studies Inquiry for the

3

Childhood Art Methods

(.5)

childhood education for public school licen-

which enables the student to prepare

sure,

Basics of Early Childhood Education

31

1

for career opportuni-

Young Child

3

with young children from infancy through age 8. Students are

ties

ECED 332 Reading Development provided with professional preparation

in

Young Child

3

understanding stages

ECED 342 Language Arts of child

for the

for the

Young Child (Writing

growth and development, curriculum planning, teaching Intensive in the Major Core Curriculum

procedures and program evaluation.

Requirememt-CWRM) Students seeking public school licensure must apply for admission

ECED 361 and be accepted

ECED 230 and

3

ECED 352 Developmental Mathematics

for the

Young Child

3

Creating an Effeaive Early Childhood

into professional education after completion of

ECED 230

before the professional semester.

Environment is

3

the

ECED 496 Supen/ised Teaching only education course

which students can

in

in

Public Schools:

in

an Integrated

enroll prior to official

Early

6

Childhood

acceptance into a professional education program.

ECED 497 Supervised Teaching Early

6

Childhood Setting

The state of Massachusetts requires three Massachusetts Tests for Educational Licensure速 (MTEL) for Early Childhood PreK-K (public school) licensure:

Communication and

Literacy, Early

and the Foundations of Reading. Beginning 2007,

all

in

the

exams must be passed as a

three of these

Childhood

fall

semester of

prerequisite

to professional semester courses.

Cognate Requirement: PSYC 224

Child Psychology

SPED 203

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

SPED

The Early Childhood Learner with Special Needs

21

1

3

Total All

and Society

minimum

3 3

credits:

39.5

matriculated day students seeking this Early Childhood Educa-

tion

degree must take the professional semester as a block of

*To be completed prior to admission to professional education and enrollment in upper division education courses.

courses and must register with the department. These courses are usually taken the semester prior to student teaching. Partj

I

'

time students should contact the department concerning special

Early Education and Care (PreK-K) Concen-

scheduling arrangements.

TRATioN (Department of Early Education

and

Care Certification) Students seeking professional licensure should consult the section of this catalog entitled "School of Education

and

The Department of Elementary and

Early

offers a concentration in Early Education

admission and retention information

for professional education

and important

Childhood Education

Allied Studies"

and Care (PreK-K) which

enables students to prepare for career opportunities with young

institutional deadlines.

children from infancy to

age

Students are provided with profes-

six.

sional preparation in understanding the developmental stages of

Students must complete 80 hours of prepractica experience.

A 40-hour experience

very is

attached to the course

hours at a pieschnol or kindergarten kindergarten or primary

level.

An

level

ECED 230,

young

children, effective curriculum planning, teaching

odology and program evaluation.

and 25 hours at the

additional

40 hours

is

attached

The concentration to the professional courses. Undergraduates

who

are not taking 2.5

these courses together

in

meth-

1

GPA in the

in Early

Education and Care (PreK-K) requires a

major and does not lead to public school licensure.

a professional block must meet with This concentration will

meet

all

current

and projected requirements

their professor to plan appropriate preprartica experiences.

of the

Department of

Early Education

and Care. This concentration

does not require a second major or passing the Massachusetts After completing

all

must complete a

full-time,

education professional courses, students Tests for Educational Licensure速 (MTEL), as

is

the case with public

semester long student teaching experischool licensure.

ence

in

a local school under the joint supervision of a college

supervisor

and a supervising

practitioner.

The following courses are required to complete the Early Childhood major with a concentration

in Early

Education and Care (PreK-K).

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

wvm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

185


mbSc

Elementary and Early Childhood Education

BRIDGEWATER

^^^^^1

^^^^H

STATE COLLEGE

Required education courses: ECED 230 The

ECED 280

Credits

Basics of Early Childhood Education

Creative Techniques

in Early

Childhood

ECPK 320 Language Development and ECPK 32 1

Early Literacy, (PreK-K)

Project-Based, Standards-Rich Learning

Early Childhood,

....

3

tory states

and includes

of Education

licensure reciprocity with signa-

under the Interstate Certification Compact.

3

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section 3

of this catalog for information regarding graduate plication procedures

in Early

Childhood, PreK-K

ECPK 323 Managing

program has been approved by the Massachusetts Depart-

ment

in

PreK-K

ECPK 322 Observation and Assessment

This

3

program ap-

and admission standards.

3 Positive

ECPK 490 Mentored Program

Environments for Children, PreK-K 3

Students seeking

initial

Observation, PreK-K

this catalog titled

"School of Education and Allied Studies" for

ECPK 491 Mentored Performance Fieldwork

I,

ECPK 492 Mentored Performance Fieldwork

II,

3

PreK-K

3

licensure should consult the section of

and retention information and

professional education admission institutional deadlines.

6

PreK-K (6 credits)

Starting Fall 2007,

Choose one of the following:

3

all

three

MTEL速 must be passed

as a prerequi-

professional semester courses.

site to

COMM 365 Introduction to Intercultural Communication PSYC 230

Students must complete 80 hours of prepractica experience.

Cross-Cultural Psychology

SCWK 334

40-hour experience

Intervention with Family Systems

SOCI 203 The Family

ditional

40 hours

language

arts,

is

is

attached to the introductory course.

A

An

ad-

attached to the professional courses: reading,

mathematics, and science and social studies.

Cognate Requirements: PSYC 224

Child Psychology

SPED 203

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

SPED

The Early Childhood Learner with Special Needs

2

1 1

and Society

Total

minimum

credits:

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their ad-

3

All

3

viser in

3

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning"

42

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which in

is

desaibed

the "School

of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

Students must complete the following courses:

GRADUATE PROGRAMS

Credits

GRPP 501 Graduate Program The Department of Elementary and offers several

Early

*ELED 220

Childhood Education

programs designed to meet the needs of graduate

students: postbaccalaureate programs

allow students to apply for

initial

and master's degrees that

licensure.

degree

in

The department also

and master's

Reading

offers a

is

(all

levels) of reading. In addition, a

CAGS

ELED 360 Teaching

3 the Elementary School

in

in

in

in

the Elementary School

3 Public Schools:

in

12

Elementary

Initial License

3

a Standards-Based, Inclusive

ELED 492 Supervised Teaching

Postbaccalaureate Program: Elementary Education (1-6)

3

the Elementary School... .3

Elementary Classroom

in

available.

5

Elementary School

ELED 350 Teaching MathematiG

Master of Education

3

Social Studies in the

ELED 340 Teaching Language Arts

Reading for educators seeking an additional license as

a teacher specialist

ELED 310 Teaching Science and

ELED 330 Teaching Reading

degree programs that allow students to apply for professional

1

Introduction to Elementary Education

ELED 300 Elementary Art Methods

licensure in elementary educa-

tion (1-6) or early childhood education (PreK-2);

Planning

Students successfully completing the program are eligible to apply

-

This

program

is

designed

degree and seek This

is

initial

for

persons

for initial

who have

)

2)

A minimum

major or

its

required

Total

2.8 undergraduate

Official transcripts of all

Master of Education

GPA

is

required for

This

program

is

in

aedits: 31.5

Elementary Educa-

designed for persons

degree and seek

initial

who have

a bachelor's

licensure in elementary education (1-6).

undergraduate and graduate

course work

186

minimum

tion (Initial Licensure)

admission to the program 3)

elementary education (1-6).

*To be completed prior to admission to Professional Education and enrollment in upper division education courses.

Admission Requirements A liberal arts or science undergraduate 1 is

in

licensure in elementary education (1-6).

a day program only.

equivalent

Massachusetts licensure

a bachelor's

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES


Elementary and Early Childhood Education designed to meet the "appropriate master's degree"

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section

program

of the catalog for information regarding graduate program ap-

requirement, which

plication policies

and procedures.

A minimum A

2)

GPA of

plication policies

and procedures.

Admission Requirements

and the Elementary Education

Literacy Skills

A minimum

1)

undergraduate

four years of

Licensure® (MTEL) 3)

Three appropriate

4)

Official transcripts of all

letters of

work

A composite score of 900 verbal parts of the

Students seeking

initial

licensure should consult the section of

3)

Three appropriate

this catalog titled

"School of Education and Allied Studies" for

4)

An

Elementary Education and

its

40 hours

language

All

arts,

is

on the quantitative and

General Test

letters of

recommendation

teaching license with one year

full-

transaipts of

all

undergraduate and

attached to the course ELED 510.

An

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their ad-

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

viser in

Planning, which

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning"

ad-

in

Planning, which

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning"

in

is

described

Program Requirements GRPP 501 Graduate Program Core Courses

Students must complete the following courses:

and Assessment

Credits

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning

Credits Planning

1

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher 3 EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum 3 EDMC 532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy. ...3 EDMC 533 The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruction

the "School

of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

EDMC 538 The

1

3

for Diverse Learners

program course)

Professional Teacher (final

ELED 510 Fundamentals of Elementary Education

3

ELED 51

3

Program

3

• Elect five graduate courses (400 level U/G or 500

Theory and Practice

ELED 512 Theory and

in

Teaching Reading

Practice in Teaching

ELED 513 Mathematical Applications ELED 514 Exemplary

Language Arts Classroom

for the

Practice in Science

and

plines. Alternative

3

EDMC 530 The Teacher as

12

from

arts

and science

disci-

No more ences

than two courses should be

in

any one

arts

and

sci-

discipline.

3

Researcher

• Suggested Requirement: A student teaching documentation package

and

disciplines: art, English, history,

mathematia, reading

sciences.

portfolio)

Total

minimum

aedits:

34

Master of Education program

is

designed for persons

who

licensure in elementary education (grades 1-6)

professional licensure

in

the

Commonwealth

hold

• Course selections must be approved by an adviser.

This degree

in Elementary Education (Professional Licensure) This degree

adviser,

courses must be approved by the program

coordinator.

3

Classrooms

(competency

15 level),

Differentiating Instruction: Creating Inclusive

ELED 592 Practicum: Elementary Education

Exit

....3

Electives

approved by the program

3

Social

Studies Classrooms

ELED 515

described

of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

attached to the professional course: reading,

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

1

is

the "School

mathematics, science and social studies.

accepted students must enroll under the directions of their ad-

viser in

GRE

40-hour prepracticum. All

is

the junior

graduate course work

ELED 510 Fundamentals of

Students must complete 80 hours of prepractica experience. A

40-hour experience

initial

Official

5)

Admission to professional education

institutional deadlines.

in

upon

GPA

time teaching experience

and retention information

includes successful completion of

of 2.75 based

and senior years 2)

professional education admission

GPA

or a 3.0 undergraduate

based upon course work completed

recommendation

undergraduate and

graduate course work

ditional

licensure regulations.

qualifying score on the Communications,

portions of the Massachusetts Test for Educator

and

most recent DOE

of the catalog for information regarding graduate program ap-

2.8 based

work

of

part of the criteria for professional stage

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section

undergraduate

upon four years

is

licensure as set forth in the

Admission Requirements 1 )

is

who

cases,

it is

initial

and are seeking

program

is

also offered to elementary school teachers

already hold a standard level or professional license.

may be

offered for professional development purposes

In

such

and

individualized.

of Massachusetts. The

Total

minimum

credits:

31

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vwm.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

187 this catalog.


BRIDGEWATER

Early Childhood Education postbacgvlaureate program:

Students successfully completing the program are eligible to apply

initial license

- Early Childhood: Teacher of Students with AND WITHOUT DISABILITIES (PREK-2) program

This

degree and

is

designed for persons wlio have a bachelor's

seeic initial licensure in early

(PreK-2). This

is

.

A

)

liberal arts or

equivalent

in Early

science undergraduate major or

Master of Education Education

2.8 undergraduate

GPA

is

This

required for

credits:

31.5

Early Childhood

in

program

is

(Initial Licensure) designed for persons

degree and seek

initial

who

have a bachelor's

licensure in early childhood education

(PreK-2).

undergraduate and

Official transcripts of all

minimum

its

required

is

Childhood: Teacher of

Total

admission to the program 3. )

Massachusetts licensure

Students with or without Disabilities (PreK-2).

a day program only.

A minimum

2. )

for initial

*To be completed prior to admission to Professional Education and enrollment in upper division education courses.

childhood education

Admission Requirements 1

h

graduate course work Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section This

of the catalog for information regarding graduate program ap-

program has been approved by the Massachusetts Depart-

ment

of Education

and includes

plication policies

licensure reciprocity with signa-

tory states under the Interstate Certification

and procedures.

Compact.

Admission Requirements

A minimum

1 .)

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog for information regarding graduate program application procedures

A qualifying

2.)

and admission standards.

Skills

Students seeking

initial

licensure should consult the section of

professional education admission

and retention information and

is

Eariy

Childhood portions of the

Three appropriate

4. )

Official transcripts of all

undergraduate and

attached to the introductory course.

A

An

licensure should consult the section of

Students seeking

initial

this catalog titled

"School of Education and Allied Studies" for

adprofessional education admission

40 hours

is

arts,

and

retention information

attached to the professional courses: reading,

and language

recommendation

letters of

graduate course work

Students must complete 80 hours of prepractica experience.

ditional

of 2.8 based

work

score on the Communications, Literacy

and the

3. )

important institutional deadlines.

40-hour experience

of course

Massachusetts Test for Educator Licensure速 (MTEL)

"School of Education and Allied Studies" for

this catalog titled

GPA

undergraduate

upon four years

mathematics and science and

institutional deadlines.

Admission to professional education

social studies.

includes successful completion of

ECED

510, 25 hours

An

a K-2

in

40

setting,

and 15 hours

hours

attached to the professional courses: reading, language

in

a preschool setting.

additional

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their ad-

All

viser in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

planning, which

is

described arts,

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning"

in

is

mathematics, science and social studies.

the "School

of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog. All

Starting Fall 2007,

all

three

MTEL速 must be passed

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their ad-

viser in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning" site

is

described

as a prerequiin

the "School

to professional semester courses. of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

Students must complete the following courses:

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Credits

Planning

Program Requirements

1

Students must complete the following courses:

*ECED 230 The

Basics of Early Childhood Education

3

Childhood Art Methods

5

Credits

ECED 300

ECED

Early

GRPP 501 Graduate Program 3

1 1

Planning

1

Science and Social Studies Inquiry for the

ECED

Young Child

Early

3

Childhood

3

ELED 51

ECED 332 Reading Development ECED 342 Language Arts

Fundamentals of

51

for the

Young Child

1

Theory and Practice

in

Teaching Reading Reading

ELED 513 Mathematical Applications for the

Young Child

ECED 352 Developmental MathematiG

Classroom

ECED 496

Young

Child

Creating an Effective Early Childhood Environment

Practice in Science

and

in

3

3

Differentiating Instruction: Creating Inclusive

the Public School: Early

Classrooms Supen/ised Teaching

Childhood Setting

188

3

6

Childhood

ECED 497

3

Social Studies

..3

ELED 515 Supervised Teaching

3

3

ELED 514 Exemplary for the

for the

Classrooms

ECED 361

..

3

in

ECED 563

Early

Childhood Curriculum: Ages 5-7

3

ECED 596

Practicum: Early Childhood Education

6 or 12

an Integrated Early

6

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES


BRIDGEWATER

Early Childhood Education

STATE COLLEGE

ECED 597

Exit

Requirement:

(competency

6

Practicum: Preschool

EDMC 530 The Teacher

A student teaching

3

as Researcher

ing

minimum

credits:

Early Childhood Education (Professional Licensure) degree program

is

sachusetts. The

designed for persons

program

is

in

the

who

and

and

sci-

art,

English, history, mathematics, read-

sciences.

program

This degree

is

also offered to elementary school teachers

already hold a standard level or professional license.

cases,

of

it is

may be

Mas-

offered for professional development purposes

individualized. Total

in

the most recent

Master of Education

DOE

The graduate reading program

licensure regulations.

Education with a specialty

1 )

such

and

minimum

credits:

31

part of the criteria for

is

Admission Requirements A minimum undergraduate GPA

In

initial

and are

designed to meet the "appropriate

professional stage licensure as set forth

ment

for

in

Reading degree of Master of

reading and institutional endorse-

Massachusetts licensure as Reading Specialist

upon four years of work or a 3.0 undergraduate

meet the recommendations Ethics

and

in the junior

in

offers the

(all levels).

Program learning experiences and outcomes are designed to

of 2.75 based

GPA based upon work completed

of the Professional Standards

Committee and the advisory group

and

to the National Council

of Accreditation of Teacher Education (N.C.A.TE.) Joint Task Force

senior years

A composite score verbal parts of the

3)

Three appropriate

4)

An

initial

arts

Course selections must be approved by an adviser.

who

hold

Commonwealth

master's degree" requirement, which

2)

any one

in

licensure in early childhood education (grades PreK-2)

seeking professional licensure

in

34 •

Master of Education

courses should be

discipline.

• Suggested disciplines:

documentation paclcage

portfolio)

Total

This

No more than two ences

of

900 on the

quantitative

of the International Reading Association (I.R.A.), Reading/Literacy

and

Specialist.

GRE General Test letters of

Candidates must complete

of the following course

all

requirements and program requirements. As part of their program,

recommendation

students must satisfactorily complete the following curriculum:

teaching license with one year full-time

teaching experience Official transcripts of all

5)

Admission Requirements

undergraduate and graduate

The reading program designates the teacher of reading license as

course work

a specialist teacher license. Program prerequisites include Mas-

Students should consult the "School of Graduate Studies" section

sachusetts teaching licensure and at least one year of teaching

of the catalog for information regarding graduate program ap-

experience under the area of licensure.

plication policies

and procedures.

1)

A minimum

undergraduate

GPA

of 2.8 based

on four years of

work or a 3.0 undergraduate GPA based on work completed All

accepted students must enroll under the direction of their ad-

viser in

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

Planning, which

under "Graduate Advisers and Program Planning"

in

is

in

described

2)

admit)

the "School

3)

Program Requirements Planning

Program Content Elect five arts

academic

program course)

...

Electives

disciplines.

level

U/G or 500

level)

600

(conditional

GRE

must be approved by the

Specialist or

A qualifying

Skills

4)

score

on the Massachusetts Tests

for

One

(01)

year of experience teaching

in

the area of

licensure 5)

A rating least

6)

of

"

one " on three

letters of

recommendation

(at

one from teaching supen/isor and one who has knowl-

edge of applicant's aptitude

for

Foundational knowledge

computer technology

in

advanced scholarship)

(Microsoft Word and Office)

from

Courses must be approved by the

adviser. Alternative courses

(clear admit) or

Educator Licensure® (MTEL) Communication and Literacy

3

1

graduate courses (400

and sciences

3

for Diverse Learners

Professional Teacher (final

900

Possession of an active Massachusetts State

Reading

1

EDMC 530 The Teacher as Researcher 3 EDMC 531 The Standards-Based Classroom: Curriculum 3 EDMC 532 The Teacher as Leader: From Issues to Advocacy... 3 EDMC 533 The Standards-Based Classroom: Instruaion

(a)

(b)

and Assessment

score of

the quantitative and verbal parts of the

Department of Education (MADOE) licensure as

Credits

Core Courses

EDMC 538 The

in

General Test

of Graduate Studies" section of this catalog.

GRPP 501 Graduate Program

the junior and senior years

A composite

7)

Official transcripts of all

undergraduate and graduate

course work

program coordinator

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at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

189


Elementary and Early Childhood Education Program Requirements

Admission Requirements

Successful completion of the Literacy Professional's Library

1 )

Master's degree from an accredited college or university

2)

An

2)

A rating of

3)

Successful completion of two 200-hour practica

4)

Successful completion of a Literacy Professional's Portfolio

has knowledge of applicant's aptitude for advanced

5)

Support for the work of professional

scholarship)

6)

A

1 )

oral presentation or exhibit pertaining to a topic in literacy

(at least

literacy organizations

passing score on the written comprehensive examination

(a)

3)

To be accepted for practicum experiences (READ 558 and

READ

559), licensure as a reading specialist with the

sachusetts State Department of Education or (b)

4)

"one" on three

A minimum graduate GPA of 3.0 Possession of an active Massachusetts State Department

(MADOE)

of Education

Mas5)

Initial licen-

recommendation

letters of

one from teaching supervisor and one who

(a)

Possession of

professional teacher license

MADOE

licensure as Reading

A qualifying score on the

sure with the Massachusetts State Department of Education

Specialist or (b)

and a passing score on the Massachusetts Tests

Tests for Educator Licensure速 (MTEL)

for Educator

Licensure速 (MTEL) of communication and literacy passing score on the

MTEL速 Reading

skills.

A

and

Subject (08).

6)

READ 550

Improving Literacy Instruction Studies

in Literacy

3

Principles

and Techniques

3

Development and

Implementation

3

Practicum Experience for the Consulting Teacher

of Reading

READ 559

3

1

Practicum Experience for a Consulting

Teacher of Reading

READ 560

in

computer technology

Office)

undergraduate and graduate

Official transcripts of all

course work

Candidates must complete

all

of the following course require-

3

Literacy Curriculum

READ 558

Course Requirements READ 650 Research in Literacy

Seminar Total

3

minimum

credits:

Credits

Curriculum and Instruction

3

Student Performance and Program Effectiveness

3

READ 654

30

Principles

and Programs

in

N-1 2 Literacy Curriculum and

READ 670 Seminar

The graduate reading program offers the Certificate of Advanced

INST 552 Multimedia for Educators

endorsement (all levels).

for

move through

Instruaion

With

institutional

is

who

offered to cohort groups

the entire program together. To enhance the experi-

ence, courses are scheduled on Saturdays during the academic

year and as

two-week

intensives in the

3 3

adviser's consent, another

instructional technology

Massachusetts licensure as Teacher of Reading

The 30-credit program

Professional

3 Studies

Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) - Reading Certificate of

Reading with an option for

in

3

Development

READ 655 Case

in

3

READ 651 Socio-psycholinguistics and Critical Literacy READ 652 Cultural Foundations of Literacy READ 653 Diagnosis, Assessment and Evaluation of

3

II

Literacy Research

Graduate Study

the area of

ments and program requirements:

Programs

Literacy

in

3

Supervision and Administration of

READ 556

8)

3

READ 553 Issues in Literacy Education for Social Justice READ 554 Research in Literacy Teaching and Learning

READ 555

Foundational knowledge

(MiaosoftWord and 3

Assessment

Literacy

7)

Acquisition

and Development

READ 552

Literacy Skills (01)

Three years of experience teaching licensure

Credits

READ 551 Case

Massachusetts

Communications

may be

3

500- or 600-level course substituted for INST

in

552

Suggested alternatives:

READ 681 CAGS

Literacy

READ 682 CAGS

Literacy Practicum

Praaicum II

as

needed

summer.

Program Requirements Students

who

complete the

CAGS program and

1.

wish

water State College graduates the doctoral program of the credits earned

in

who

apply to and are accepted into

reading at UMass-Lowell

toward the 48

may apply

2. Successful

3.

Support

completion of a multimedia exhibit

for the

4. Successful

doctorate degree.

in

exemplary

in

exemplary

literacy practices

12

credits required as part of the

Successful completion of a research project literacy practices

to pursue a doctoral degree receive an additional benefit. Bridge-

work of

professional literacy organizations

defense of the research project and multimedia

exhibit

Program learning experiences and outcomes are designed to

meet the recommendations

of the Professional Standards

and

Ethia Committee and the Advisory Group to the National Council of Accreditation of Teacher Education

(NCATE)

Joint Task Force

of the International Reading Association (IRA), reading/literacy

supen/isor

190

and consultant.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

Total

minimum

aedits:

30


Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies • Health Promotion

Faculty

• Health Resources

Chairperson:

Management*

• Recreation

Professor Samuel Baumgarten

Interdisciplinary

Graduate Program

Minor*

Coordinator

Professor Robert

Professors:

Marcia Anderson, Edward Braun,

Studies offers both undergraduate and graduate programs

Janice Harris, Joseph Huber,

areas of athletic training, health promotion/education and physi-

Haslam The Department of Movement Arts, Health Promotion, and Leisure

cal education.

Amos Nwosu

major

Associate Professors:

Robinson, Pamela Russell,

the department offers a

to a Bachelor of Science degree;

in athletic training

and a major

in

which leads

health promotion/

education which leads to a Bachelor of Science degree.

Deborah Sheehy

Assistant

minors

Professors:

level

in

Robert Colandreo, Mark Mattesi,

resources

Karen Pagnano, Maura Rosenthal

dance

is

the

education which leads to a Bachelor of Science

or Bachelor of Arts degree; a major

Lydia Burak, Kathleen Laquale, Ellyn

At the undergraduate

in physical

in

In addition,

coaching, exercise physiology, health promotion, health

management, and

recreation are also offered.

offered jointly by the

A minor in

Department of Movement Arts, Health

Promotion and Leisure Studies and the Department of Theater and

Department Teleptione Number: 508.531. 1215 Location: Tinsley Center, Room 232A

Dance, and a minor jointly

Web site: www.bridgew.edu/MAHPLS

Leisure Studies

Degree Programs •

BA

(Awarded

in Athletic

• BS

in

• BS

in Physical

management

Movement Arts,

and the Department

of

is

offered

Health Promotion and

Management.

in

area of health promotion, which leads to a Master of Education

for

completion of major core without a concentration) • BS

health resources

Graduate study offered by the department includes a program

Physical Education

in

in

by the Department of

Health Promotion; a program leads to a Master of Science

Training

in

in

the

in

the area of athletic training which

Athletic Training;

and a program

in

the area of physical education which leads to a Master of Science

Health Education

Physical Education. Postbaccalaureate

Education (Awarded for

programs

in

for initial teacher

and health education are available

completion of major core and selected

licensure in physical education

concentration)

and are described under the department's graduate programs.

Concentrations: Coaching, Exercise Science/

Health Fitness, Motor Development Therapy/

Adapted

Department Objeqives

Physical Education, Recreation, 1

.

Recreation and Fitness Club Administration,

Teacher Licensure

in

Provide a quality physical education

liberal arts

major program

with a variety of concentrations providing advanced professional

Physical Education PreK-8

preparation.

and 5-12 •

MEd

MS in Athletic Training MS in Physical Education

in

Health Promotion 2.

Concentrations: Adapted Physical Education, 3.

Applied Kinesiology,

Human

Performance and

Health Fitness, Strength and Conditioning, individualized

Provide quality physical education activity courses to assist

students

in

developing lifetime

activity patterns.

Provide a quality health education major program with courses that deal with health promotion issues

and healthy

living styles.

,

program 4.

postbaccalaureate teacher licensure

Programs

an atmosphere of health and well being

for students.

Career Opportunities The

• Physical Education

Instill

athletic training

and

physical education

programs are

arts

science majors. Career opportunities are tied to the majors

• Health (Health, Family and Consumer Sciences)

Undergraduate Minors

and

and

concentrations where a student develops knowledge and application of that

knowledge

ing major

a professional program accredited by the Commission

is

in

a professional capacity. The athletic train-

on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE). The teacher

• Coaching

preparation program

• Dance*

is

accredited by the National Council for the

Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE). Career opportunities

• Exercise Physiology

SCHOOL OF education AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

www.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of

191 this catalog.


Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies can be found

in traditional athletic training settings

the military. The health education major can work

in

and

Introductory Psychology

3

or

PSYC 227 Development Through the

schools, public

health agencies, nonprofit organizations, hospitals, colleges universities,

PSYC 100

(high schools,

colleges, professional sport), industrial settings, physician offices,

Life

Cycle

and

business and industry.

Electhre (choose one):

Any 300-400

level

ATTR, HEAL, PHED, or R ECR course

or

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS

one

dance courses:

of the following

...3

PHED 146 Dance Appreciation PHED 251 Dance

History

Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science

PHED 255

Creative

Dance

The Department of Movement Arts, Health Promotion

PHED 256

Creative

Dance

and Leisure Studies

offers the physical education

I

II

Total

major

minimum

aedits: 41

an opportunity to seek a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.

addition, a

In

Core Curriculum Requirements A minimum of 20 earned hours is required for graduation. These

comprehensive health education major, lead-

toward a Bachelor of Science, may be selected. A Bachelor of

ing

Science

1

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in Athletic Training is also available

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section of this catalog.

Bachelor of Arts students majoring

All

of Arts degree

in

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

For additional graduation requirements, see the

Physical Education

physical education

must complete a minimum

graduation and must complete 41 credits

Academic

and seeking a Bachelor

of in

1

20

credits required for

Bachelor of Science

the major as outlined

This major

below:

letic

is

- Athlehc Training

accredited by the

Commission on Acaeditation of Athand prepares the

Training Education (CAATE),

athletic training

Required Physical Education Core Courses:

student with the necessary academic and

Students must achieve a grade of C- or better

for the National Athletic Trainer's Association/Board of Certifica-

in

the

six

courses

listed

PHED 100 Applied PHED 117

below:

Credits

Musculoskeletal Anatomy

Historical

3

and Philosophical Foundationsof Sport and 3

PHED 217

Principles of

PHED 3 1 8

Socio-Cultural Foundations of Sport (Writing Intensive

tion

Motor Learning

and

clinical

experiences to

Examination (BOC).The program includes courses

sit

in injury

and immediate care of

prevention, recognition, assessment injuries,

Physical Education

athletic

health care administration and professional development

responsibility.

3

Admission into the ATEP program

is

limited

and competitive.

required for admission, and

A due to

3

separate application process

PHED 385 BiomechaniG

3

the ATEP Program Director by March

PHED 401

4

year Candidates should contact the Program Direaor for applica-

in

the Major Core Curriculum Requirement-CWRM)

Physiology of Exercise

tion materials or

Activity

in activity

in

physical education

must accumulate

at least

9

at least

6

1

of the student's

download them from the ATEP website

1

Sports

having taken the

or

ATTR 240

Introduction to Athletic Training

in

ATTR 241 Apprenticeship

not count as part of that

six activity

theory and practice courses). Students must achieve a C- or better

required activity and theory and prartice courses. Each concentration its

own

requirements for the nine credits

9

Health Course Requirement: HEAL 102

Health and Wellness

3

Cognate Courses: Principles of Biology

or

ATTR 340 Sports

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

First

Aid

3

in

3 3

Athletic Training

Injury

Management-Lower

Extremity

3

Sports Injury

Management-Upper

Extremity

3

ATTR 342

Clinical Application of BasicAthletic Training Skills

ATTR 343

ClinicalApplication of Intermediate AthleticTraining

3

3

Skills

Nutritional

Concepts for Health Care Practitioners

ATTR 442 Therapeutic 4

Credits

ATTR 341

ATTR 410

BIOL 100 General

wmi.

1

ATTR 112

determine

at

10 Taping and Bracing

theory and practice courses. (Taking the second level of a course after

will

sophomore

Required Athletic Training Courses: ATTR

different types of traditional activity courses or

first level will

is

credits

and/or theory and practice courses. The nine credits must

come from

is

bridgew.edu/ATEP.

Requirement

majors

All

3 3

Exercise

ATTR 443 Pharmacology for the

Physically Aaive

ATTR 446 Medical Conditions and Physically Active

ATTR 450 Therapeutic Modalities

192

"Undergraduate

Policies" section of this catalog.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

Disabilities of

1

.5

the 1.5

3


Movement Arts, Health Promotion and Leisure Studies ATTR 454

PHED 318 Socio-Cultural

Clinical Applications of Advanced AtfileticTraining

3

SIcills

ATTR 455

Professional Preparation in Athletic Training

ATTR 490 Administration

of Athletic Training

in

Foundations of Sport (Writing Intensive

the Major Core Curriculum

Requirement-CWRM

3

)

3

PHED 385 Biomechanics

3

3

PHED 401

4

Physiology of Exercise

Activity Requirements:

Cognate Courses: PHED 100

Applied Musculoskeletal Anatomy

3

Students must achieve a grade of C- or better

PHED385

Biomechanics

3

in

PHED 401

Physiology of Exercise

4

PHED 1 52 Theory and

Practice of Lifeguard Training Training

HEAL 102

Health and Wellness

3

PHED 204 Theory and

Practice of Progressive Resistance Training... 2

PSYC100

Introduaoty Psychology

3

PHED 209 Theory and

Practice of Metabolic Training

Introduction to Zoology

4

One

activity

from Individual Sports Category

4

One

activity

from Team Sports Category

1

4

One

activity

from Individual or Team Sports Category

1

BIOL

1

02

Human Anatomy and BIOL 252 Human Anatomy and BIOL 251

Physiology Physiology

1

II

Total

minimum

the activity courses listed below: 2

2 1

71

credits:

Additional Required Courses:

Core Curriculum Requirements

*ATTR 112 Sports

A minimum of

PHED 41 4 Coaching

1

20 earned hours

is

required for graduation.These

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

the

*PHED 416

PHED 498

"Undergraduate Academic

Planning and Implementing Coaching

3

3

Education

Field Experience in Physical

*RECR 461

Policies" section of this catalog.

3

3

Leadership Strategies

"Undergraduate Academic Programs" section of this catalog. For additional graduation requirements, see the

First Aid

Organization and Administration

in

3

Recreation

Bachelor of Science All

students majoring

â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

in physical

Physical Education

*These courses must be taken prior to the field experience, PHED

education and seeking a Bachelor

498. of Science degree for graduation

fied as a tions.

must complete a minimum of 1 20

credits required

and must complete a designated area of study

CONCENTRATION. The Department offers seven

identi-

concentra-

Two of the concentrations lead to initial teacher licensure

Physical Education,

one

at the PreK-8 level

and one

in

HEAL 102

Health and Wellness

3

in

at the 5- 1 2 level.

The other concentrations have been developed to prepare graduates to pursue career opportunities

Required Health Course:

Cognate Courses: 4

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

community-based organizations or

such as business, industry, agencies and hospitals. These programs,

which include field experiences have expanded the

in

various settings

in

BIOL 102 Introdudion to Zoology

the community,

PSYC 100

3

Introductory Psychology

role of the professional in the fields of physical

or

education and health promotion beyond the teaching environment in schools,

thus preparing the graduate for

PSYC 227 Development Through the

Life

Cycle

new career opportunities. Elective (choose one):

Coaching Concentration

Any 300

This concentration prepares the physical education major to apply

course or one of the following dance courses:

concepts and principles related to

PHED 146 Dance Appreciation

all

aspects of coaching; including

field

experience

is

400

level

PHED 251 Dance

the player, team, coach and administration of athletic programs for

youth and adults. The

of

an important aspect of this

concentration.

AHR, HEAL, PHED, or RECR 3

History

PHED 255

Creative Dance

PHED 256

Creative

Dance

I

II

Total

minimum

credits:

56

Required Physical Education Core Courses: Students must achieve a grade of C- or better listed

below:

PHED 00 Applied 1

PHED

1 1

in

the

six

Core Curriculum Requirements

courses Credits

Musculoskeletal Anatomy

3

Physical Education Principles of

Motor Learning

1

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" sertion of this catalog.

7 Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Sport and

PHED 2 1 7

A minimum of 20 earned hours is required for graduation.These

3

For additional graduation requirements, see the "Undergraduate

3

Academic

Policies" section of this catalog.

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES Note: See Catalog Web Addenda

at

vmw.bridgew.edu/catalog/addenda/ as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.


Movement Arts, Health Promotion BRIDGEWATER

and Leisure Studies

STATE COLLEGE

PSYC 100

Exercise Science/Health Fitness

Introductory Psychology

or

Concentration

PSYC 227 Development Through the

Life

Cycle

This concentration prepares students for career opportunities in

Total

health and fitness

education and

in

minimum

aedits:

63

such settings as industry, hospitals, agencies,

human

service organizations.

Emphasis

is

on human

Core Curriculum Requirements

performance and cardiovascular health, which includes physi-

A minimum of 20 earned hours is required for graduation. These 1

cal health evaluation,

graded exercise

tests, exercise prescription

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

and

physical activity

campus

in

program development. A field experience

a setting identified above

is

off

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs"

sedon

in

of this catalog.

an important aspect of this For additional graduation requirements, see the

"Undergraduate

concentration.

Arademic Policies" seaion of this catalog.

Required Physical Education Core Courses: Students must achieve a grade of C- or better

in

the six courses listed

below:

Credits

PHED 100 Applied PHED 1 17 of Sport

PHED

Historical

and

Anatomy

3

and Philosophical Foundations

Physical Education

3

on

3

and

leisure

and

social

Socio-Cultural Foundations of Sport (Writing Intensive

the Major Core Curriculum

Physical Education Concentration This concentration prepares the physical education major to

with children, youth and adults with

21 7 Principles of Motor Learning

PHED 318 in

Musculoskeletal

Motor Development Therapy/Adapted

Requirement-CWRM)

3

PHED 385 Biomechanics

3

PHED 401

4

Physiology of Exercise

physical education to

work

The program focuses

disabilities.

meet the developmental,

sport,

dance

needs of special populations as well as the emotional

needs of individuals with

disabilities.

prepares graduates for career opportunities clinics, hospitals,

and

The concentration

in rehabilitation centers,

social agencies as well as private

and public

schools. Opportunities for practical experience are provided through

off-campus field experiences as well as the department-sponsored

Activity Requirement:

Children's Physical Developmental Clinic.

Students must achieve a grade of C- or better

in

the courses

listed

below:

Required Physical Education Core Courses:

PHED 163 Aerobic

1

PHED 204 Theory and

Practice of Progressive Resistance Training... 2

PHED 209 Theory and

Practice of Metabolic Training

Students must achieve a grade of C- or better in

Four additional credits of activities selected

2

in

PHED 4

consultation with adviser.

Additional Required Courses:

PHED 201

Apprenticeship

in

Exercise Science

the

PHED 400

Physiology and Techniques of Strength Fitness

PHED 402

Exercise

PHED 403

Cardiovascular Analysis Evaluation and

Metabolism

3

Exercise Prescription Exercise Circulation:

PHED 409

Planning, Implementing and Evaluating

Mechanisms and Morphology

Programs

PHED 498

Field Experience in Physical

3

3 Education

3

Required Health Courses: HEAL 102 HEAL 471

Health and Wellness

Crediti

Anatomy

3

17 Historical and Philosophical Foundations

and

3

Physical Education

Principles of

PHED 318

Socio-Cultural Foundations of Sport (Writing Intensive

Motor Learning

the Major Core Curriculum

3

Requirement-CWRM)

3

PHED 385 Biomechanics

3

PHED 401

4

Physiology of Exercise

Nutrition

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology or

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

Students must achieve a grade of C- or better

3

in

the courses listed

below:

PHED 285 Gymnastics

2

PHED 235 Rhythmic Activities

1

PHED 280 New Games

1

Individual: Archery, Tennis, or Golf

1

Team: Volleyball or Soccer

1

Dance: 3

Cognate Courses:

194

below:

Musculoskeletal

Actwity Requirement: 3

PHED 405

Fitness

listed

3

Rehabilitation

PHED 404

3

1

of Sport

in 1

courses

PHED 217 and

Health Fitness

six

PHED 100 Applied

Folk,

Square, or

Aquatics: any

Modern

swimming course

Fitness/Wellness: any fitness/wellness course

1

1

1

Additional Required Courses: 4

PHED 324

Physical

and Motor Development of

Individuals with Disabilities

PHED 451

Prosthetics

and Orthotics

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED STUDIES

3 3


Movement Arts, Health Promotion BRIDGEWATER

and Leisure Studies

STATE COLLEGE

Aquatics: Any

PHED 494 Advanced Study of Motor Programs for 3

Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions

PHED 498

Field Experience in Physical

swimming course

1

Fitness/Wellness: any fitness/wellness

1

3

Eduration

Additional Required Courses:

PHED 324

Required Health Course: HEAL 102

3

Health and Wellness

Physical

PHED 451

1

00 General

Prosthetics

PHED 494 Advanced

Cognate Courses: BIOL

and Motor Development of

4

Principles of Biology

and Orthotics

3

Study of Motor Programs for

Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions

PHED 498 Field

or

3

Individuals with Disabilities

Experience

in

3

3

Physial Education

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

PSYC 224 Child Psychology

3

Required Health Course: HEAL 102

or

Health and Wellness

3

PSYC 226 Adolescent Psychology PSYC 327 Psychology of Exceptional

3

Children

Cognate Courses: 4

BIOL 100 General Principles of Biology

or

PSYC 328 Psychology of Mental Retardation

or

PSYC 355 Behavior Analysis

3

PSYC 370 Abnormal Psychology

3 Total

minimum aedits: 59

Core Curriculum Requirements

A minimum of

1

20 earned hours

is

BIOL 102 Introduction to Zoology

PSYC 224

PSYC 226 Adolescent Psychology

required for graduation. These

earned hours include Core Curriculum Requirements as specified

in

the "Undergraduate Academic Programs" section of this catalog.

SPED 202

Introduction to Special Educatiorv

SPED 203

Cultural Diversity Issues in School

SPED 302

Principles

a major

in

special education

may

in