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Title: The Core of Regis College and School of Health Care Professions


1
The Core of Regis College and School of Health
Care Professions
  • First year spooky seminar

2
Artes Liberales
  • Trivium grammar, logic, and rhetoric
  • Quadrivium geometry, astronomy, arithmetic, and
    music.

3
Liberal Arts
  • Trivium
  • Grammar Fresh. Writing Seminar
  • Rhetoric ? Literature Elective
  • Logic ? Intro to Philosophy
  • Philosophy Elective
  • Quadrivium
  • Music ? Fine Arts Core
  • Geometry
  • Arithmetic ? Math
  • Astronomy Science
  • Trivium/Quadrivium ? Intro to Religious Studies
  • Religious Studies Elective

4
Common and Distributive Core
Economic Systems (EC 200, POL 410, SO 472 or EC
320 and EC 330) 3 or 6 SH Fine Arts Core (FAC
200, FAC 211, FAC 350, FAC 351 or HU 203) 3
SH Foreign Language (Two semesters in one
language) 6-8 SH Freshman Literature (EN 210
or HU 201) 3 SH Literature Elective (EN
300-level or HU 205, 310, 311) 3 SH Intro to
Philosophy (PL 250) 3 SH Philosophy Elective
(PL 300- or 400-level) 3 SH Intro to
Religious Studies (RS 200) 3 SH Religious
Studies Elective (RS or RC 300-level) 3 SH
Mathematics (MT 201 or higher) 3 or 4 SH
Natural Science w/Lab (AS, BL, CH, ENVS, GE, PH)
4 SH Non-U.S. History Elective (selected HS
courses) 3 SH Social Science Elective (CJ,
GY, HS, POL, PY, SO, WS) 3 SH Speech
Communication (COM 210) 3 SH
5
The Core of the Core the Core Seminars
  • First Year Writing Seminar
  • Sophomore Seminar
  • Junior Seminar
  • Senior Seminar

6
First Year Writing Seminar
  • Introduces university life and university-level
    thinking.
  • Introduces critical thinking, argumentative and
    analytical writing, research methods, and active
    learning.
  • Introduces the goals and ideals of Jesuit liberal
    arts education, the mission of the University,
    and the Core philosophy.

7
First Year Seminar Course Titles
  • All Things Green and Beautiful
  • Communication and Popular Culture
  • Plagues and Peoples
  • Lies and Lying Liars
  • Consumption, Culture and Self
  • The Buck Stops Over There Responsibility,
    Accountability and Citizenship
  • Searching for the Self Discovering Who I Am and
    What I Want to Become
  • Nip N Tuck Health Care, Culture and You
  • Saints and Sinners
  • The Hearts Hunger
  • The Literature of Exile

8
Sophomore Seminar
  • Examines the complex society of the US.
  • Raises fundamental questions about justice,
    diversity, and liberty.
  • Nurtures concern for poor, oppressed, or
    otherwise marginalized people.
  • Provides opportunities for service learning.

9
Sophomore Seminar Course Titles
  • Environmental Justice
  • Diversity in the Workplace
  • Gender in Fiction and Film
  • Religious Diversity in American Film and
    Literature
  • Immigration in America
  • The 50s Testing American Ideals
  • African-American Women Writers

10
Junior Seminar
  • Cultivates an international perspective on on
    questions of peace, justice, and security in the
    global community.
  • Develops understanding of the systems of power
    and privilege at work in the worlds diverse
    cultures.
  • Improves skills in research, analysis, argument,
    and synthesis.

11
Junior Seminar Course Titles
  • The Second World War
  • Global Peace and Justice
  • 20th-Century Irish Literature and Culture
  • The United States and the Middle East
  • Contemporary Africa
  • Latin America in Film
  • Health Care in the World
  • Christian Character and Global Citizenship
  • African Diaspora
  • Bearing Witness to Modern Conflict

12
Senior Seminar
  • Focuses on personal and ethical dimensions of
    life after college (e.g., career, relationships,
    community, spirituality, etc.)
  • Promotes reflection on faith, justice, service,
    and leadership.
  • Explicitly raises the central question of the
    University Mission, How ought we to live?

13
Senior Seminar Course Titles
  • Love and Work
  • Personality and Spirituality
  • Economic Justice in the Marketplace
  • Spirituality and Work
  • Nonviolence Practical Skills for Home and Work
  • Decisions, Discernment and Money
  • Its All Greek to Me

14
Common and Distributive Core
Economic Systems (EC 200, POL 410, SO 472 or EC
320 and EC 330) 3 or 6 SH Fine Arts Core (FAC
200, FAC 211, FAC 350, FAC 351 or HU 203) 3
SH Foreign Language (Two semesters in one
language) 6-8 SH Freshman Literature (EN 210
or HU 201) 3 SH Literature Elective (EN
300-level or HU 205, 310, 311) 3 SH Intro to
Philosophy (PL 250) 3 SH Philosophy Elective
(PL 300- or 400-level) 3 SH Intro to
Religious Studies (RS 200) 3 SH Religious
Studies Elective (RS or RC 300-level) 3 SH
Mathematics (MT 201 or higher) 3 or 4 SH
Natural Science w/Lab (AS, BL, CH, ENVS, GE, PH)
4 SH Non-U.S. History Elective (selected HS
courses) 3 SH Social Science Elective (CJ,
GY, HS, POL, PY, SO, WS) 3 SH Speech
Communication (COM 210) 3 SH
15
School for Health Professions Core
  • Core Studies Requirements
  • First Year Writing Seminar (CCS 200) 3 SH
  • Literature Elective (EN 300-level or HU 205,
    310, 311, Foreign Language, FAA) 3SH
  • Economics/Business/Social Science
    (BA/CJ/GE/EC/HS/POL/PY/SO/CS) 3 SH
  • Intro to Philosophy (PL 250) 3 SH
  • Health Care Ethics (HC430) 3 SH
  • Intro to Religious Studies (RS 200) 3 SH
  • Religious Studies Elective (RS, RC, CAS
    300-level) 3 SH
  • Departmental Requirements
  • Chemistry/Lab (CH 206A, CH 207A) 4 SH
  • Microbiology/Lab (BL 254, BL 255) 4 SH
  • Anatomy and Physiology III/Lab (BL 244,245, 246,
    247) 8 SH
  • General Psychology (PY 250) 3 SH
  • Developmental Psychology (or Child Psychology)
    (PY459) 3 SH
  • Nutrition (NR350) 3 SH
  • Sociology (SO 200) 3 SH
  • Statistics (MT270) 3 SH

16
Characteristics of the Core
  • Development of the Whole Person
  • Academic Challenge
  • Liberal Arts Foundation
  • Integration
  • Ethical Inquiry and Reflection
  • Spirituality and Religion
  • Concern for Social Justice
  • Global Awareness
  • Leadership
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