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Campbell University Course Descriptions

Course descriptions for all Campbell University courses are listed in our Undergraduate Course Catalog. (Note: You will need to scroll through the catalog page by page. Course Descriptions begin on page 98.)

North Carolina Community College Course Equivalencies

The following link will provide a list of North Carolina Community College courses  that have previously transfer into Campbell University for equivalent credit and course content. If the courses you have completed do not appear on this list, it does not necessarily mean that they will not transfer for credit

Equivalencies for the North Carolina Community College General Curriculum

Campbell's Academic Outlines

These academic outlines will provide you with an overview of the current degree requirements for completion of each of the undergraduate programs offered at Campbell University. You are welcome to view these documents at: www.campbell.edu/academics/majors .  Use them, along with the Undergraduate Course Catalog or the Equivalencies for the North Carolina Community College General Curriculum , to help select your current institution's most most pertinent courses for transfer. Please email transfer@campbell.edu with any questions.

Campbell University General College Curriculum (GCC)

All degrees offered at Campbell University require completion of the General College Curriculum subrequirements. These subrequirements are listed below. Though all majors require the GCC, each major may have different requirements when it comes to specific subject areas. The subject areas that will vary by major are Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and Foreign Language. Be sure to view the major guides and the notes herein, to find the requirements for your intended major. Completion of these courses will not be required in order to be accepted in transfer to Campbell; however, any of the Campbell GCC requirements not completed prior to transfer must be completed in order to earn a degree form Campbell University.

A. Humanities/Fine Arts:

Subtotals: B.A. 21 - 39 hours; B.S. 21 - 36 hours; B.S.W. 21 - 36 hours; B.B.A. 18 - 33 hours; B.S.N. 18- 27.

Required Humanities/Fine Arts courses:

  • RELG 125 (3 hours)
  • ENGL 100, 101, 102, 2xx (6 - 12 hours, depending on placement)
  • ART 131, MUSC 131, or THEA 131 (3 hours)
  • HIST 111 or 112 (3 hours)
  • Foreign Language (FREN, SPAN, GERM, GREE, LATN, or PORT)– number of hours varies by degree:

          B.A. - 101, 102, 201, 202 (3 - 12 hours, depending on placement);

          B.S. - 101, 102, 201 (3 - 9 hours, depending on placement);

          B.S.W. - 101, 102, 201 (3 - 9 hours, depending on placement);

          B.B.A. - Complete two foreign language courses. This requirement may be met by presentation of two or more high school units (years) in the same language (0 – 6 hours)

          B.S.N. - Foreign language is not required.

  • Humanities/Fine Arts Electives (3 - 6 hours) Students must take a total of 9 additional credit hours from the Humanities/Fine Arts and Social/Behavioral Sciences elective lists. At least 1 course must be selected from the Humanities/Fine Arts elective list and at least 1 course must be selected from the Social/Behavioral Sciences elective list.

           Humanities/Fine Arts elective list: RELG 202 or higher; PHIL 121; ENGL LIT 201 or higher; HIST; Foreign Language 221 or higher.

B. Social/Behavioral Sciences

Subtotals: B.A. 3 - 6 hours; B.S. 3 - 6 hours; B.S.W. 3 - 6 hours; B.B.A. 3 - 6 hours; B.S.N. 3 - 6.

  • Social/Behavioral Sciences Electives (3 - 6 hours) - Students must take a total of 9 credit hours from the Humanities/Fine Arts and Social/Behavioral Sciences elective lists. At least 1 course must be selected from the Humanities/Fine Arts elective list and at least 1 course must be selected from the Social/Behavioral Sciences elective list.

           Social/Behavioral Sciences elective list:  CRIM, ECON, GEOG, POLS, PSYC, SOCI, or COMM 240.

C. Natural Sciences /Mathematics

Subtotals: B.A. 8 - 10 hours; B.S. 12 - 14 hours; B.S.W. 8 - 10 hours; B.B.A. 8 - 10 hours; B.S.N. 12 - 14 hours.

  • Laboratory Science (BIOL, CHEM, ENVS, PHYS, GEOL, or FNSC) - number of hours varies by degree:

                    B.A., B.B.A and B.S.W - one course (4 hours)

                    B.S. and B.S. N.- two courses (8 hours)   

  • MATH 122; or two courses from: MATH 111 or higher as selected by the major department (4 - 6 hours)

D. Other requirements

Subtotals: B.A. 2 hours; B.S. 2 hours; B.S.W. 2 hours; B.B.A. 2 hours; B.S.N. 2 hours.

  • PE 185 (2 hours)

Total General College Curriculum Hours: B.A. 34 - 57 hours; B.S. 38 - 58 hours; B.S.W. 34– 54 hours; B.B.A. 31 – 51 hours; B.S.N. 35 -49 hours.

 

 

Comprehensive Articulation Agreement

Campbell University has partnered with the North Carolina Department of Community Colleges in the Comprehensive Articulation Agreement (CAA). This agreement addresses the transfer of credits in the core curriculum between institutions in the North Carolina Community College system for students who wish to transfer to Campbell University. North Carolina Community College students who have completed the 44 general core hours of the Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree programs will be considered to have fulfilled the institution-wide, lower division of the Campbell University General College Curriculum.

Note: The Campbell University General College Curriculum requirements of Religion and Foreign Language will not be granted credit through the CAA, unless the equivalent courses were completed as part of the student’s community college curriculum. Additionally, students may be required to complete additional subject matter if they did not meet the major specific GCC requirements upon transfer.

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