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  • Russian at Saint Anselm : Saint Anselm College
    French German Studies Russian Letter to Prospective Students Useful Links and Resources Spanish Minors Faculty Native Speaker Program Modern Language Newsletter Language Placement Study Abroad Language Resource Center Spotlight on Alumni LIVE Learning Languages Apply Online Now Peterhof Palace Russia Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Modern Languages and Literatures Majors and Courses Russian Main Content Russian at Saint Anselm The Language Russian language courses are offered in a sequence starting from a course for true beginners and continuing all the way to the advanced level Students may also choose to spend a summer or semester studying in St Petersburg Russia The Literature The course in Russian Literature explores in English translation important writings by major 19th and 20th century Russian authors Lectures supply a detailed look at social and political events which helped shape the literature The Minor Russian language and literature courses can be supplemented by other courses toward a minor in Russian Area Studies Refer to the Online College Catalogue for more information including course descriptions In the catalogue please select Programs by Area Majors and Minors as well as Courses of Instruction Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint

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  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing : Saint Anselm College
    program and a continuing nursing education program The degree program in the Department leads to the Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing see course sequence below Courses in the department are not applicable to the bachelor of arts degree 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 Freshman English Social Statistics or Biblical Theology General Psychology 101 Microbiology Elementary Biochemistry 107 Introduction to Professional Nursing 110 Sophomore Year Anatomy Physiology I Anatomy Physiology II Social Statistics or Biblical Theology Nursing Care of the Elderly and Chronically Ill 127 6 credits Mental Health Nursing 125 Pathopharmacology I 238 Health Assessment Fundamentals of Nursing 126 AnaNursing Research 348 2 credits Junior Year Human Nature or Ethics Ethics Adult Medical Surgical Nursing 236 8 credits Core Elective in Historical Awareness Pathopharmacology II 239 2 credits Critical Care Nursing 340 Transition to Professional Practice 448 2 credits Maternal Newborn Nursing OR Human Nature Core Elective in Aesthetic Engagement Pediatric

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  • Peace and Justice Studies : Saint Anselm College
    to provide students with the opportunity to combine insights from different disciplines so as to develop a broad understanding of the integrated nature of peace and justice to explore how their own serious questions about faith peace and justice are related to concrete work for peace and justice In matters of peace and justice integrative learning cannot occur without a significant focus on experience and the concrete Through both individual and communal service learning experiences students will engage in an Experiential Learning Cycle providing a framework for understanding the nuances and complexities of issues of peace and justice The integrated experiential component must be broadly related to the student s senior thesis project Additional experiential learning may include service learning communal service projects for majors in the local community or in international experiences i e Peru summer program Experiential Learning Components students must complete one of the following Service learning in TWO of the Peace and Justce Studies major courses OR an internship OR a program of international study or urban immersion OR an alternative experiential component as approved by the program director 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 Freshman English Core Requirement Language Language PJ 101 PJ 301 In the sophomore year Peace and Justice Studies majors generally take Conflict Resolution and their research methods requirement SO 211 or PO 203 or CJ 202 Depending on initial placement they may also be completing their modern or classical language requirement The remainder of their schedules can be filled by Peace and Justice electives

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  • Philosophy : Saint Anselm College
    Page Academics Majors and Departments Philosophy Majors and Minors Philosophy Main Content Philosophy The study of philosophy is an indispensable part of a liberal education In its critical function philosophy teaches students to analyze arguments and to assess the value of various claims of knowledge In its systematic function it develops an integral view of the world with a special focus on the human person and with final reference to God as the highest cause In its ethical function philosophy presents an account of the rational principles which ought to guide one s moral life Accordingly the Philosophy program endeavors to sharpen students critical skills integrate their knowledge of reality and assist them in living a more rational and more worthy life Students who major in philosophy follow a program in the history of philosophy supplemented by courses in systematic philosophy This is usually a three year program but students who become majors at the end of their sophomore year will be able to complete their requirements After graduation many philosophy majors attend law school or graduate school others pursue employment in a variety of capacities such as positions in business government ministry education and the arts Refer to the

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  • Integrated Studies in the Great Books : Saint Anselm College
    Read Our Blog Lyceum Journal Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Philosophy Majors and Minors Integrated Studies in the Great Books Main Content Integrated Studies in the Great Books The Integrated Studies in the Great Books Program administered by the Philosophy Department aims to bring about a fully integrated liberal arts education Through the study of great works in the arts literature philosophy science and theology primarily of Western Civilization the program challenges students to seek out what is true what is good and what is beautiful so that they may become wiser and better human beings The program engages the abilities to think clearly to write well and to communicate persuasively When developed these abilities are applicable to a wide range of career options within the social economic and political world into which the student graduates In addition to pursuing an integrated understanding of a great range of human wisdom this course of study has two other significant features The first is an emphasis on discussion seminars rather than lecture classes The second is the use of primary rather than secondary sources or textbooks Refer to the Online College Catalogue for more information including course descriptions

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  • Physics : Saint Anselm College
    Facilities Spotlight on Alumni Apply Online Now Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Physics Majors and Courses Physics Main Content Physics The ideas of physics have a profound significance for anyone who would think about nature and its intelligibility The department offers a sequence of courses that provides an opportunity for students to study the models theories and laws that have been developed in an attempt to describe the physical universe In addition to serving the general liberal arts education the department offers majors in physics applied physics and engineering physics 3 2 engineering program The department also offers minors in physics and engineering science 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 Freshman English Core Course Mathematics 170 Mathematics 180 Physics 131 Physics 132 In subsequent years students majoring in Physics will continue to take courses in Physics and Mathematics along with core courses and 3 free electives Saint Anselm College

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  • Applied Physics : Saint Anselm College
    Physics Majors and Courses Teacher Certification Physics Applied Physics Engineering Physics 3 2 Program Faculty Minors Facilities Spotlight on Alumni Apply Online Now Saint Anselm College Home Page Academics Majors and Departments Physics Majors and Courses Applied Physics Main Content Applied Physics The Applied Physics major consists of a ten course foundation which provides a firm grounding in the concepts and procedures of physics b a choice of four technical electives that allows students to focus their studies on a particular aspect of the science and c an optional research course 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 Freshman English Core Course Mathematics 170 Mathematics 180 Physics 131 Physics 132 In subsequent years students majoring in Applied Physics will continue to take courses in Physics and Mathematics along with core courses and 5 free electives Saint Anselm College A Catholic Benedictine Liberal Arts College 100 Saint Anselm Drive Manchester New Hampshire 03102 603 641

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  • Engineering Physics (3-2 Program) : Saint Anselm College
    next level of their education and ultimately their career Engineering students also obtain both a bachelor of arts degree in engineering physics and a bachelor of science degree in engineering The student spends three years at Saint Anselm College following the liberal arts curriculum and the science and mathematics prerequisites for engineering In an additional two years at the cooperating university chosen by the student the remaining engineering requirements are fulfilled Under this arrangement upon fulfillment of the requirements for graduation the student receives a Bachelor degree from Saint Anselm College with a major in Engineering Physics Upon successful completion of the fifth year the student then receives an engineering degree from the partnering university s school of engineering Official Partnerships exist with The University of Notre Dame South Bend Ind The University of Massachusetts Lowell Lowell Mass The Catholic University of America Washington D C Manhattan College Riverdale N Y In consultation with the Dean and student advisors students may also pursue completion of the program with a non official partner school However admission to those schools is not guaranteed as there is no official agreement in place between the schools Recent graduates have successfully completed the engineering program with Worcester Polytechnic Institute Worcester Mass Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy N Y and Wentworth Institute of Technology Boston Mass Course Sequence Classes of 2015 2017 Please refer to the 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 Freshman English Core Course Mathematics 170 Mathematics 180 Physics 131 Physics 132 Four years at Saint Anselm major in applied physics If an engineering physics major decides to spend

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