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    St Paul College MN

    Course Equivalents (Articulation Agreement) to the Thomas J. Long School of Pharmacy & Health Sciences PharmD Program

    St Paul College MN: 2012-2013

    Math and Science
    Online Science Courses Are Not Accepted for Prerequisites
    Required Courses St Paul Course Number
    Calculus MATH (2749)
    Physics with Lab PHYS (1720) or (2700) Lab Included
    General Chemistry with Lab CHEM (1711, 1712) Labs Included
    Organic Chemistry with Lab CHEM (2711, 2712) Labs Included
    General Biology with Lab BIOL (1740, 1745) Labs Included 
    Microbiology  MDLT (2420) Lab Not Required
    Liberal Arts
    28 Semester Units of Liberal Arts Credit Required
    English Composition
    Minimum 6 Semester Units
    ENGL (1711) (1712) (1730)  Two Courses Required
    Public Speaking SPCH (1710) Online Courses Are Not Accepted for This Requirement
    Economics ECON (1720)
    Students With a Bachelor's Degree Can Substitute: ECON (1730)
    Psychology PSYC (1710) or (1740)
    General Education Categories
    Students who have not completed a US Bachelor’s degree must complete one course in each of these categories
    IC Global Studies Minimum 3 Semester Units Introduction to Cultural Anthropology;  Antropología Cultural;  Intermediate Chinese 3; Intermediate Chinese 4;; Advanced Chinese I; Classical Mythology; History of Ancient Greece; History of Ancient Rome; Intercultural Communication; Masterpieces of World Literature;  Intermediate French 3; Intermediate French 4; La Francophonie; Intermediate German 3;  Intermediate German 4; East Asian Civilization I; East Asian Civilization II; Colonialism in Latin America; The Problem with Latin America; A Global History of Food; History of Ancient Greece; History of Ancient Rome; Europe in Turmoil, 1900-1945; Europe since 1945; History of American Immigration; Pre-Modern China to 1840; People's History of Mexico; Intermediate Japanese 3; Intermediate Japanese 4; Advanced Japanese I; Music of the World's People; Introduction to Political Science; International Politics; Politics of Asia; History of Ancient Egypt and the Near East; Religion of the Pharaohs; Ancient Judaism; Christian Tradition; Intermediate Russian 3; Intermediate Russian 4; Food, Culture and Society; Intermediate Spanish 3; Intermediate Spanish 4
    IIB Worldviews and Ethics Minimum 3 Semester Units Sexuality in Greek Society; Sexuality in Roman Society; The Renaissance and Birth of the Modern World; WAR; Engineering Ethics and Society; Western Civilization I; Western Civilization II; World History I; World History II; John Muir's World: Origins of the Conservation Movement;  A History of Medicine; History of Warfare;Renaissance and Reformation; Women in Time and Place;  Perspectives on World History; Introduction to Philosophy; Moral Problems; The Meaning of Life; Fundamentals of Ethics; Environmental Ethics; Philosopher in Depth; Ancient and Medieval Philosophy; History of Modern Philosophy; Philosophy of Religion; Political Philosophy; Biomedical Ethics; Ancient to Medieval Political Theory; Modern to Contemporary Political Theory; American Political Thought; New Testament and Christian Origins; Portraits of Jesus; Western Religious Traditions; Introduction to Religion; Social Ethics; Sex, Sin and Salvation; World Religions; Asian Religious Traditions; Business Ethics; Biomedical Ethics; Politics of Asia; History of Ancient Egypt and the Near East; Religion of the Pharaohs; Ancient Judaism; Christian Tradition
    IIC Visual and Performing Arts Minimum 3 Semester Units Survey of World Art to 1400; Survey of World Art After 1400; History of Graphic Design; Renaissance Art History; Nineteenth Century European Art; Twentieth Century European Art and Film; Contemporary World Art; Art in the U.S., 1865-1945; Chinese Art History; Japanese Art History; Sex, Gender and the Arts; Visual Arts Exploration; Drawing; Two Dimensional Design; Color; Three Dimensional Design; Ceramics; Sculpture; Digital Photography; Asian Cinemas; Greek Art and Architecture; Roman Art and Architecture; Visual Arts in Education; Film Aesthetics; Major Filmmakers; Film, Literature and the Arts; Le Cinéma Français / French; Cinema in English; History Goes to Hollywood; Music Appreciation; Introduction to Jazz; Religion and Cinema; Contemporary Russian Film; Hispanic Film; Introduction to Theatre; Beginning Acting; Expressive Movement; Playwriting; Mask Making