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BSHS in Global Leadership in Disaster Response | HCC Crosswalk

Howard Community CollegeThis is the recommended program of study for students planning to obtain a Howard Community College associate's degree and transfer to GW to complete the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences (BSHS) in Global Leadership in Disaster Response.

The BSHS in Global Leadership in Disaster Response program is designed for students with previous international health care experience. The program draws heavily from both the civilian and military challenges and successes experienced during natural and man-made disasters, and other crises, both domestically and abroad. Graduates of this program will be well positioned to provide leadership and expert counsel in all matters of disaster and crisis related healthcare issues for myriad agencies at the local, regional, national, and international levels.

GWU Entry Requirement

Howard Community College Accepted Courses

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Notes

GW accepts up to 60 credits from the completed associate’s degree toward the general education and electives requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.

Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75.

Transferable course work must be completed with a grade of C or higher.

Students must have international health care experience.

English Composition

ENGL-121 College Composition I

3 credits

Student must complete 3 credits.

Physical or Natural Science with lab

BIOL-101 General Biology I

BIOL-102 General Biology II

BIOL-107 Fundamentals of Microbiology

BIOL-203 Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL-204 Anatomy and Physiology II

CHEM-101 General Inorganic Chemistry I

CHEM-102 General Inorganic Chemistry II

CHEM-103 Fundamentals of General Chemistry

CHEM-135 Chemistry for Engineers

CHEM-136 Chemistry for Engineers Lab

ENST-105 Environmental Science

ENST-115 Environmental Science Laboratory

GEOL-107 Introduction to Physical Geology

GEOL-117 Introduction to Physical Geology Lab

PHYS-103 Fundamentals of Physics I

PHYS-104 Fundamentals of Physics II

PHYS-107 Physical Science

PHYS-110 General Physics I (Calculus)

PHYS-111 General Physics II (Calculus)

4 credits

Students must complete 4 credits (lecture and lab).

Social Science

ANTH-105 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

ANTH-120 Comparative World Cultures

ANTH-220 Cultures of the Middle East

CRES-155 Introduction to Conflict Resolution: Science and Art

ECON-101 Principles of Economics (Macro)

ECON-102 Principles of Economics (Micro)

GEOG-101 Introduction to World Geography

GEOG-102 Elements of Cultural Geography

POLI-101 American Federal Government

POLI-102 State and Local Government

POLI-103 Political Ideology

POLI-104 The US Constitution

POLI-201 Comparative Government

POLI-202 International Relations and Contemporary Foreign Policy

PSYC-101 General Psychology

PSYC-200 Lifespan Development

SOCI-101 Introduction to Sociology

SOCI-102 Social Problems

SOCI-202 Urban Sociology

SPCH-105 Fundamentals of Public Speaking

SPCH-110 Interpersonal Communication

SPCH-115 Intercultural Communication

6 credits

Students must complete a minimum of 6 credits.

Humanities

ARTT-282 Art History I

ARTT-283 Art History II

ARTT-284 History of World Architecture

ARTT-285 History of Modern Art

ARTT-286 African Art and Architecture

ARTT-287 Far Eastern Art and Architecture

ARTT-288 Middle Eastern Art and Architecture: Islam to Present

ARTT-290 American Art and Architecture Since Colonialism

ARTT-291 Italian Renaissance Art And Architecture

ARTT-292 Ancient Egyptian Art and Architecture

DANC-100 Introduction to Dance

ENGL-200 Children's Literature

ENGL-201 American Literature I

ENGL-202 American Literature II

ENGL-203 English Literature I

ENGL-204 English Literature II

ENGL-205 The Short Story

ENGL-206 African American Literature

ENGL-207 Ethics in Literature

ENGL-208 Contemporary Poetry

ENGL-210 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama

ENGL-211 Science Through Science Fiction

ENGL-212 By and About Women

ENGL-213 Latin American Literature

ENGL-214 Middle Eastern Literature

ENGL-217 The English Bible as Literature

ENGL-218 Introduction to Film and Literature

ENGL-219 Asian Literature

ENGL-226 World Literature I

ENGL-227 World Literature II

FILM-101 Introduction to Film

FILM-171 Introduction to American Cinema

FILM-172 Introduction to World Cinema

FILM-200 Latin American Film

FILM-201 British Film

FILM-203 Indian Film

FILM-204 Middle Eastern Film

FILM-205 Italian Film

FILM-206 French Film

FILM-207 German Film

FILM-208 Asian Film

FILM-209 Scandinavian Film

FILM-210 Russian Film

FILM-211 African Film

Foreign Languages: All 200-level courses, except those included in notes

HIST-111 American History to 1877

HIST-112 American History Since 1877

HIST-121 The Ancient World: Prehistory to the Middle Ages

HIST-122 Western Civilization: Medieval to Early Modern

HIST-123 Western Civilization and the Modern World

HIST-210 History of Latin America

HUMN-101 Introduction to the Humanities

HUMN-103 Introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology

HUMN-104 Introduction to the Digital Humanities

HUMN-105 Projecting the Past: Ancient Rome, Cinema, and History

HUMN-106 Humanities through the Arts

HUMN-107 Arts, Cultures, and Ideas

HUMN-111 Leadership Development Studies: A Humanities Approach-Honors

HUMN-223 Cultures of Asia

HUMN-231 Humanities Through Film

HUMN-241 Utopia: Good Place or No Place?

HUMN-242 Dystopia: Good World Gone Bad

MUSC-101 Music Appreciation

MUSC-107 American Popular Music

MUSC-108 African American Music

MUSC-138 Tunes in 'toons: Classical Music in Cartoons and Animation

MUSC-145 Music Technology in Society

MUSC-163 World Music

MUSC-202 Music Literature in Context I

MUSC-203 Music Literature in Context II

MUSC-235 Music of East Asia: China, Japan, and Korea

PHIL-101 Introduction to Philosophy

PHIL-103 Introduction to Ethics

PHIL-104 Introduction to Religious Studies

PHIL-110 Introduction to Chinese Taoism

PHIL-111 Introduction to Japanese Zen Buddhism

PHIL-112 Introduction to African Philosophy

PHIL-201 Religions of the World

PHIL-203 Civility and the Virtue Tradition

PHIL-260 Film and Philosophy

THET-131 Theatre Appreciation

THET-190 Theatre History I

THET-191 Theatre History II

THET-216 Contemporary Drama: Topics in Diversity

THET-250 Shakespeare from Page to Stage

THET-251 Shakespeare from Page to Screen

WMST-193 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women, Art, and Culture

WMST-225 Women in American History: Colonial Era to 1880

WMST-227 Women in American History: 1880 to the Present

WMST-228 Women in European History: 1750 to the Present

WMST-229 African American Women's History

WMST-270 Women and Film

3 credits

Students must complete a minimum of 3 credits.

Electives

Students may use any college-level (i.e. 100-level and 200-level) academic courses towards this requirement in the following subjects:

ACCT, AGNG, AMSL, ANTH, ARAB, ARTT, ASTR, BFMT, BIOL, BMET, BMGT, CADD, CARD, CFOR, CHEM, CHNS, CMGT, CMSY, CNST, COOP, CRES, CRIM, DANC, DHYG, DMSU, ECON, EDUC, ELEC, EMSP, ENES, ENGL, ENTR, ENST, EXSC, FILM, FINE, FIRE, FNPL, FREN, FYEX, GEOG, GEOL, GERM, GREK, HBRW, HEAL, HEED, HINM, HIST, HMDV, HMGT, HORT, HUMS, HUMN, INDS, ITAL, JPNS, KORE, LFIT, MATH, METO, MLTS, MSFT, MUSC, NURS, NUTR, OFFI, PERS, PHIL, PHYS, POLI, PORT, PSYC, PTAP, PUBH, RADT, RUSS, SOCI, SOWK, SPAN, SPCH, THET, TURK, TVRD, WMST

44 credits

Students must complete a minimum of 44 credits.

Any courses above that have not been used towards other GW general education requirements can be used towards this requirement.

Academic credit awarded for health care clinical rotations and practicum courses may be considered.

Military courses may be considered.

Total Transfer Credits

 

60 credits