Common Core Curriculum - Baruch College

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FRO 1000 Session 11 -Academic Advisement Session
Presented by the: Center for Advisement and Orientation
Preparing for Your
Summer/Fall 2005 Registration
Center For Advisement and Orientation
VC Bldg- 5th floor – Room 215
646-312-4260
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Common Core Curriculum
Tier 1
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Communication and Quantitative Skills
ENG 2100
ENG 2150
COM 1010
MATH
Foreign Language
Writing 1
Writing 2
Speech Communication
Mathematics at the 2000 Level
3 Credits
3 Credits
3 Credits
3 – 4 Credits
0 – 6 Credits
(Based on High School Foreign Language Units – see page 51 in the 2004- 2006
Undergraduate Bulletin)
6. CIS 1000
Excel Proficiency
SimNet Exam
(Please read special notation on page 51 of the 2004-2006 Undergraduate Bulletin)
Tier II
Humanities; Natural Sciences and Social Sciences (Review the Undergraduate Bulletin for a description of each course)
Humanities - Select one course from each of the four areas (12 credits)
Fine and Performing Arts – Select one course (3 credits)
ART 1000
ART 1011
ART 1012
MSC 1003
MSC 1005
THE 1041
History – Select one course (3 credits)
HIS 1000
HIS 1001
HIS 1003
HIS 2050
HIS 2053
HIS 1005
Literature- Select one course (3 credits)
ENG/LTT 2800 or ENG/LTT 2850
Philosophy – Select one course (3 credits)
PHI 2000
PHI 2010
PHI 2200
Natural Sciences – Select one course (4 credits)
BIO 1003
ENV 1020
BIO 1005
ENV 1021
BIO 2010
PHY 1003
CHM 1000
PHY 2003
CHM 2003
Social Sciences - Select one course from each of the four areas (13 credits)
Anthropology/Sociology – Select one course (3 credits)
ANT 1001
SOC 1005
Economics- Select one course (3 credits)
ECO 1001 (Micro) ECO 1002 (Macro)
Political Science – Select one course (3 credits)
POL 1101
POL 2001
POL 2321
POL 2332
Psychology – (4 credits)
PSY 1001
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POL 2353
PUB 1250
Tier III
Disciplinary and Interdisciplinary Concentration The Minor Requirement
The Tier III minor consists of three courses (9 credits) of study in one discipline of the
Humanities, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences or Interdisciplinary Concentrations.
To complete a Tier III minor, you will need to take two courses at the 3000 level or above and
one Capstone Course (Capstone Courses are research-oriented and communication-intensive
courses, which are designed to come at the end of the sequence and thus to round out the
minor). Please consult the Undergraduate Bulletin and feel free to meet with a faculty advisor
in the discipline of your choice to help you decide on a sequence of courses that will be best for
you. You may choose from courses in the following disciplines: American Studies,
Anthropology, Art, Asian and Asian American Studies, Black and Hispanic Studies,
Communication Studies, English (includes Literature, Journalism, and Film), History,
Humanities with Honors, Information Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies,
Mathematics, Modern Languages and Comparative Literature, Music, Natural Sciences,
Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre, Women Studies and
Interdisciplinary Studies.
Although your Tier III minor must be in a non-business discipline, you may also complete a
second minor in a business discipline.
Reminder: Before you select your Tier Three Minor you should:
Review the: Undergraduate Bulletin
 Go to: www.baruch.cuny.edu/bulletin
 Review the description of the minors
Go to: www.baruch.cuny.edu/ugradprograms
 Visit the department and speak to a faculty advisor
Go to: www.baruch.cuny.edu/ugradprograms/ #Dept
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BBA Degree - Bachelor of Business Administration -124 credits
Additional Requirements to the Core Curriculum for the BBA
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MTH 2201/2206/2207/2610 or Equivalent*
ECO 1001 and 1002 – One ECO course is completed in the Common Core.
STA 2000 – Must pass the SimNet before you can register for this course.
ACC 2101
ACC 2203 – required for all non- accountancy majors.
BUS 1000
CIS 2200 – Must pass the SIMNET before you can register for this course.
LAW 1101
ZICKLIN SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE
FOLLOWING MAJORS:
Accountancy, Computer Information Systems, Economics, Finance & Investments,
Industrial/Organizational Psychology, Human Resource Management, Operations
Management, Entrepreneurship Management, Marketing Management, Quantitative
Methods and Modeling.
To find out more about these majors see the Zicklin website:
http://zicklin.baruch.cuny.edu/programs/undergrad/undergrad.html
Students who wish to pursue the BBA degree may do so after they have completed a
minimum of 45 credits with an overall minimum GPA of 2.25 and an average GPA of 2.25
or higher in the eight pre-business courses. Additionally, students must have completed
either COM 1010 or ENG 2150 (both are required for the degree).
See the eight pre-business courses listed below:
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ACC 2101
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CIS 2200 (CIS 1357)
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ECO 1001
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ECO 1002
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ENG 2100
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LAW 1101
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MTH 2201/2206/2207/2610
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STA 2000
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BA Degree – Bachelors of Arts –120 credits
Additional Requirements to the Core Curriculum for the BA
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One additional Natural Science course (4 credits) from among the following:
BIO 1003, 1005, 2010; CHM 1000, 2003; PHY 1003, 2003; ENV 1020, 1021
This second laboratory science course must be in a different area from the
one taken to fulfill the common core requirement. For this purpose,
ENV and BIO courses are considered to be in the same area.
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Cultural Studies - Select one course (3 credits) in Black, 6Undergraduate Bulletin
Pg. 58 for details.
Students who wish to complete the BA degree must declare their major at one of the Academic
Departments in the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences. The School also offers an Ad Hoc Arts and
Sciences major. The Weissman School also offers students the opportunity of completing a double
major in Arts and Sciences. To find out more about the Weissman School of Arts and Sciences go to
their website: http://www.baruch.cuny.edu/wsas/
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WEISSMAN SCHOOL OF ARTS AND SCIENCES ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
If you are currently a Baruch College student and wish to declare a major in the Weissman
School of Arts and Sciences, you must have an overall GPA of at least 2.00. The BA
degree is awarded for the following majors:
Actuarial Science
Art (Ad Hoc Major)
Arts and Sciences Ad Hoc
Biology (Ad Hoc Major)
Business Journalism
Business Communication
Economics
English
Journalism/Business
History
Mathematics
Music
Philosophy
Political Science
Psychology
Religion and Culture
Sociology
Spanish
Statistics
Arts Administration (Ad Hoc Major)
Corporate Communication
Graphic Communication
English Literature
Journalism/English
Music - Management of Musical Enterprises
Romance Languages (Ad Hoc Major)
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BS Degree – Bachelor of Science Degree – 120 credits
Additional Requirements to the Core Curriculum for the major in
Public Affairs
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ECO 1001 & ECO 1002 – one ECO course is completed in the Common Core
CIS 2200– Must pass the SIMNET before you can register for this course.
PHI 2200- May be satisfied in the Common Core
PUB 1250 - May be satisfied in the Common Core
STA 2100
 LAW 1101
School of Public Affairs Eligibility Requirements for a major in
Public Affairs:
For the major in Public Affairs:
Complete 24 credits and the following courses with a GPA of at least 2.5: PUB 1250, ENG
2100 and 2150, STA 2100, any 2000-level mathematics course, ECO 1001, COM 1010,
and PHI 2200;
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Complete any 48 credit hours that include PUB 1250, ENG 2100 and 2150, STA 2100, and
any 2000-level mathematics course, with an overall GPA of 2.25.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------If you have any questions regarding the requirements for this degree, please contact
Jennifer Harrington, Undergraduate Coordinator for the School of Public Affairs, at
[email protected]
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BS Degree – Bachelor of Science Degree – 120 credits
Additional Requirements to the Core Curriculum for the major in
Real Estate and Metropolitan Development Major
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ECO 1001 and ECO 1002 – one ECO course is completed in the Common Core
MTH 2201/2206/2207/2610
ACC 2101
PUB 1250– May be satisfied in the Common Core
STA 2000– Must pass the SIMNET before you can register for this course.
ECO 3320 or ECO 3220
Eligibility Requirements for Undergraduate Degrees in the School of
Public Affairs:
For the major in Real Estate and Metropolitan Development:
Complete the following courses with a GPA of at least 2.5: ECO 1001, ECO 1002,
STA 2000, ENG 2100, ACC 2101, and one calculus course (MTH 2201/2207/2206/2610).
In addition, complete a minimum of 45 credits with an overall GPA of at least 2.5
(ENG 2150 or COM 1010 must be included in the 45 credits). If you have any questions
regarding the requirements for these degrees or to inquire about scholarships in Real Estate,
please contact Jennifer Harrington, Undergraduate Coordinator for the School of Public
Affairs, at [email protected]
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A Few Reminders:
1. Review your Undergraduate Bulletin and the Schedule of Classes before you
begin registration.
2. Spend some time exploring the Baruch website for information about major and
minors.
3. Check E-SIMS at the end of the semester to check your grades. Read your
Undergraduate Bulletin – Understanding your Final Grades and Transcript
4. You (not the advisor or the computer) are responsible for checking and adhering
to all course prerequisites and corequisites. You can find out the course
prerequisites and corequisites by reading the Undergraduate Bulletin and the
Schedule of Classes.
5. Every student must submit the on-line “Eligibility Review for Your Major”. Log
on to: http://advisement.baruch.cuny.edu for more information.
6. Review this booklet again before registration. It should not be used
exclusively. You must refer to the Undergraduate Bulletin, Schedule of
Classes and other college publications.
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Do you need more help selecting courses??
Do you have more questions??
Stop by the Center for Advisement and Orientation and
sign-in for walk-in advisement.
Do not wait
until the day your are scheduled to register for courses.
Remember to bring this booklet!
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