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  • Pre-Professional Programs : Saint Anselm College
    graduate work in dentistry medicine law or theology you may choose any of our undergraduate majors In addition to an advisor in your chosen major a pre professional advisor will offer you guidance in selecting appropriate courses required for admission to post graduate programs and will assist you through the application process Counselors in our departments of Career Education Services and Academic Advisement are also available to assist you in career exploration locating internships and applying for both jobs and graduate programs Pre Medical or Pre Dental Saint Anselm College offers courses that prepare you for graduate study in medicine allopathic osteopathic and podiatric dentistry veterinary medicine optometry pharmacy physical therapy physician assistant and any other allied health profession The Chief Health Professions Advisor can help you prepare for this career choice For more information see the Heath Professions homepage Pre Law No specific program of study is required to gain admittance to law school If you are interested in law school you should meet with the director of academic advisement for individual academic planning A specific program of study based on educational interests and career goals can be shaped for you Pre Theological The Pre Theological Program involves concentration in philosophy and courses in the classical languages 3 2 Engineering Saint Anselm offers a five year cooperative liberal arts and engineering program in affiliation with the University of Notre Dame Notre Dame Indiana the University of Massachusetts Lowell The Catholic University of America Washington D C and Manhattan College Riverdale New York Students spend three years at Saint Anselm College fulfilling the liberal arts and science prerequisites for engineering In an additional two years at one of the above universities selected by the student the remaining engineering requirements are fulfilled Under this arrangement the student receives the bachelor of

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  • Natural Science : Saint Anselm College
    Spotlight on Alumni Apply Online Now Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Biology Majors and Courses Natural Science Main Content Natural Science Natural Science is an interdisciplinary major combining mathematics with the physical and biological sciences It is designed to offer maximum flexibility and scope for an individual s interest within the sciences while also providing opportunities to investigate other disciplines Students planning to attend a graduate or professional school should include organic chemistry among their courses of study Course Sequence Classes of 2015 2017 Please refer to the Online College Catalogue and consult with your academic advisor for recommended course sequencing Revised graduation requirements for each graduating class can be found in the Guide to the Core Curriculum Course Sequence Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year Conversatio I Conversatio II English composition Core English composition Core Chemistry 130 Chemistry 131 Biology 103 Biology 104 Sophomore Year Language I Elective Language II Elective Core Core Physics 121 Physics 122 Science Elective I Science Elective II Junior Year Language III Elective Core Core Core Science Elective III Science Elective V Science Elective IV Science Elective VI Senior Year Core Core Elective Core Core Eective Biology 421 Biology

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  • Chemistry : Saint Anselm College
    programs may be constructed Specific programs are arranged by students in consultation with their advisor and must be approved by the chairperson of the Department of Chemistry Course Sequence Classes of 2016 2017 Please refer to the Online College Catalogue and consult with your academic advisor for recommended course sequencing Revised graduation requirements for each graduating class can be found in the Guide to the Core Curriculum Course Sequence Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year HU 103 Conversatio I HU 104 Conversatio II EN 105 Freshman English Core Language CH 130 General Chemisty I CH 131 General Chemistry II MA 170 Calculus I MA 180 Calculus II In the sophomore year Chemistry majors generally take Organic Chemistry and Physics Depending on initial placement students will complete the modern or classical language requirement The remainder of the schedule is filled by chemistry electives other core requirements general electives or courses for a minor or double major In the junior year Chemistry majors generally take Analytical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry sequences and complete the Research and Seminar I requirement in the fall semester Students will choose core requirements general electives or courses for a minor or double major to complete the

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  • Chemistry ACS Certified : Saint Anselm College
    Training of the American Chemical Society ACS Completion of the approved program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chemistry with American Chemical Society Certification Students who complete this program are well qualified for graduate study or professional employment Major requirements Mathematics 170 180 Physics 131 132 Biology 336 Chemistry 130 131 250 251 270 310 280 281 370 340 360 420 421 and at least one advanced chemistry elective chosen from among Chemistry 355 350 and 380 In consultation with the student s advisor and with the permission of the department chairperson advanced courses in Biology Physics Mathematics or Computer Science may be substituted for Chemistry electives Course Sequence Classes of 2016 2017 Please refer to the Online College Catalogue and consult with your academic advisor for recommended course sequencing Revised graduation requirements for each graduating class can be found in the Guide to the Core Curriculum Course Sequence Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year HU 103 Conversatio I HU 104 Conversatio II EN 105 Freshman English Core Language CH130 General Chemistry I CH 131 General Chemistry II MA 170 Calculus I MA 180 Calculus II In the sophomore year Chemistry majors generally take Organic Chemistry and Physics Depending on initial placement students will complete the modern or classical language requirement The remainder of the schedule is filled by chemistry electives other core requirements general electives or courses for a minor or double major In the junior year Chemistry majors generally take Analytical Chemistry and Physical Chemistry sequences and complete the Research and Seminar I requirement in the fall semester Students also take Synthesis Characterization if offered or an Advanced Chemistry elective Students will choose core requirements general electives or courses for a minor or double major to complete the schedule In the senior year Chemistry majors

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  • Chemistry (Teacher Certification in Chemistry) : Saint Anselm College
    the requirements of the State of New Hampshire Department of Education for Teacher Certification in Chemistry The program offers a curriculum which emphasizes chemistry yet provides a background in related science areas needed by the high school teacher Course Sequence Classes of 2016 2017 Please refer to the Online College Catalogue and consult with your academic advisor for recommended course sequencing Revised graduation requirements for each graduating class can be found in the Guide to the Core Curriculum Course Sequence Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year HU 103 Conversatio I HU104 Conversatio II EN 105 Freshman English Core Language CH 130 General Chemistry I CH 131 General Chemistry II MA 170 Calculus I MA 180 Calculus II Sophomore Year PY 203 Adolescent Psychology ED 130 Pricinples of Teaching and Learning Core Core CH 250 Organic Chemistry I CH 251 Organic Chemistry I PS 121 or 131 Physics I PS 122 or 132 Physics II Junior Year Core Core CH 280 Physical Chemistry I Core ED 322 Inclusion Equity and Diversity in Education Education Elective ED 255 ED 280 ED 350 consult advisor ED 340 Curriculum and Assessment in Teaching Elective Senior Year Core ED 432 Supervised Student Teaching Counts

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  • Forensic Science : Saint Anselm College
    to answer questions of interest in the legal system The major is based on a core of content in the sciences specifically chemistry computer science and mathematics with additional options in biology and physics Additional content within the major includes archaeology criminal justice fine arts psychology and sociology The major allows students to focus their studies in the area of Forensic Science or Computer Forensics Both take common core courses Forensic Science students take 3 additional courses and Computer Forensic students take 4 additional courses Refer to the Online College Catalogue for more information including course descriptions Course Sequence Freshman Year Conversatio I Conversatio II English 105 Core Chemitry 130 Chemistry 131 Criminal Justice 101 Criminal Justice 212 In the sophomore year Forensic Science majors generally take Forensic Chemistry and Computer Forensics Depending on initial placement students will complete the modern or classical language requirement The remainder of the schedule is filled with major electivescore requirements general electives or courses for a minor or double major In the junior year Forensic Science majors generally take the Analytical Chemistry sequence and complete their Quantitative Reasoning requirement Students will choose major electives core requirements general electives or courses for a minor or

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  • Classics at Saint Anselm College
    am a human being I consider nothing human unconnected to me In its essence the study of Classics connects you directly to human expressions valued and preserved for millennia NOTA BENE Cursus Studiorum To read the Latin and Greek authors in their original is a sublime luxury I thank on my knees him who directed my early education for having in my possession this rich source of delight Thomas Jefferson Read more about a major in Classics For me archaeology is not a source of illustrations for written texts but an independent source of historical information with no less value and importance sometimes more importance than the written sources Michael Rostovtzeff Read more about a major in Archaeology A good classical education will produce a mind that is capable of stretching itself A less rigorous education will produce a less elastic mind Jasper Griffin Read more about a minor in Latin Greek or Archaeology Opportunities Abroad SEMESTER IN ITALY Classics majors and minors have the option to spend a semester in Orvieto The program housed in the medieval historic center of Orvieto will also include weekly field trips Rome Florence Pompeii Assisi et alia with particular emphasis on ancient medieval and renaissance Italy This is a great opportunity to study the ancient Etruscan and Roman civilizations first hand and to experience the continuity of Italian art history and culture from antiquity to the present ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD SCHOOL The Department of Classics runs a number of archaeological excavations in and around Orvieto Currently we are excavating a 6th century BCE pyramidal structure deep underneath the city of Orvieto as well as an Etrusco Roman sanctuary in the nearby city of Castel Viscardo This summer 2015 will be our tenth season Students have the opportunity to participate in the field school and

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  • Classics Major at Saint Anselm College
    the literary monuments which bygone ages have bequeathed to us as a spell to raise from the tomb of time the thoughts of great men in different ages and different countries and as a means ultimately to trace the social moral intellectual and religious progress of the human race Our graduates often pursue advanced degrees in Classics Ancient History or Archaeology some go on to related fields in the liberal arts or attend professional schools in law or medicine Others have gone on directly to teach Latin in secondary schools as well as to careers in government modeling banking social work programming and software development to name a few The department also encourages students with major concentrations in English History Philosophy and Theology to supplement their studies with a secondary major in Classics Major requirements Students majoring in Classics may concentrate either in Greek or in Latin If Latin is chosen six courses in Latin exclusive of Latin 103 and four courses in Greek are required If Greek is chosen six courses in Greek exclusive of Greek 101 and four courses in Latin are required It is strongly recommended that History 311 312 Philosophy 211 an Archaeology course and two years of a modern foreign language be taken as electives The student must also pass a written comprehensive examination in the language literature and culture of Greece and Rome sample schedule Freshman Year Conversatio I Greek or Latin English 105 or Science core Elective Conversatio II Greek or Latin Freshman English 105 or Science course Elective Sophomore Year Philosophy or Theology Greek or Latin Elective Philosophy or Theology Greek or Latin Elective Junior Year Philosophy or Theology Greek Latin Elective Philosophy or Theology Greek Latin Elective Senior Year Greek Latin Elective Elective Greek Latin Elective Elective Why Classics Courses in

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