Newbury College

Introduction

College Mission

Newbury College engages students in a career-focused education, grounded in the liberal arts, within a diverse and dynamic learning community. The College mentors students to become professionally competent, ethically aware, socially responsible, and prepared for lifelong learning. Committed to personalized and experience-based teaching, Newbury College inspires students to become independent thinkers, valuable collaborators, and global-minded citizens.

Newbury College Learning Objectives

At Newbury, our faculty is committed to the idea that a meaningful college education for all types of students requires active participation in the learning process. Here, you will find yourself in an environment that will challenge you to achieve your personal and professional goals while grooming you for the competitive 21st century job market in Massachusetts and elsewhere.

In keeping with its mission, Newbury College has developed and adopted the following college-wide learning objectives. Students who graduate from Newbury College should be able to: demonstrate a depth of knowledge applicable to the fulfillment of professional career goals demonstrate the ability to access, analyze, interpret, and evaluate information in order to make thoughtful decisions in a complex and changing world demonstrate effective communication skills applicable to academic, professional, and social interactions demonstrate high standards of ethical behavior in personal, academic, and professional endeavors demonstrate knowledge of self and society which promotes intellectual, professional, and personal growth; and leads to a commitment to lifelong learning demonstrate the ability to serve as responsible citizens and to interact with their chosen communities with a sense of purpose and a respect for the value of cooperative action.

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Bachelor of Science in Accounting

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Accounting: graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment. [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: • demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment. • demonstrate comprehensive accounting knowledge, including generally accepted accounting principles, generally accepted auditing standards, and individual and business tax regulations. • demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions, including internal and external decisions involving accounting and financial matters. • demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in a myriad of business situations with particular emphasis on clear and concise communication of financial information. • demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior. • demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior with strong emphasis on financial statement preparation and reporting. Recommended Course Sequencing: FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 205Business Calculus MN 105Principles of Management Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC 201 Intermediate Accounting I AC 202 Intermediate Accounting II AC 204 Principles of Finance HU 1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 200Business Law MN 208Business Communications SS 102 Macroeconomics SS 103 Microeconomics THIRD YEAR AC 207 Individual Taxation AC 310 Cost Accounting EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU 305 Ethics IB 301 International Business Management SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues 300-level (or higher) Business Elective 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR AC 308 Business Taxation AC 320 Auditing AC 499 Accounting Internship or AC 498 Bachelor Thesis MN 405Strategic Management 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective Electives (3) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

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Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Campus or Online Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline + 1 more

Bachelor of Science in Business Management. Graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment, ... [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment. demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of management, including finance, marketing, organizational theory, and strategic planning in both the domestic and international business environments. demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in both the theoretical and practical applications of business management. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior from a business perspective. demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior as it relates to an organization’s stakeholders. Recommended Course Sequencing: FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MN 105Principles of Management MH205 Business Calculus Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC 204 Principles of Finance HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 200Business Law MN 201Human Resources Management MN 208Business Communications SS 102 Macroeconomics SS 103 Microeconomics 200-level (or higher) Business Elective THIRD YEAR EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective IB 301 International Business Management HU 305 Ethics MN 325Organizational Theory and Behavior SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR MN 405Strategic Management MN 421Operations Management MN 495Seminar in Contemporary Management Issues MN 499Business Management Internship or MN498 Bachelor Thesis 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective Electives (3) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science. Graduates should be able to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the technological and societal advances inherent in the field... [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the technological and societal advances inherent in the field. maintain and update their skills and knowledge to keep pace with those advances. address the social and commercial demands of the computer science field. adhere to the ethical standards of the computer science profession. design and implement protocols appropriate to the particular demands of intended projects. evaluate and refine proposed computing plans and project designs. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR CS105 Computer Science I CS106 Computer Science II CS118 Spreadsheets and Introduction to Databases CS 230 Algorithm Development EN105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 216Statistics Arts & Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR CS155 Intro to Website Development and the Internet CS 225 Concepts in Networking CS 234 Object-Oriented Programming CS 2xx 200-level (or higher) Computer Science Elective CS 301 Data Structures HU 1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 218 Discrete Mathematics MN 208Business Communications Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective THIRD YEAR CS 304 Software Project Planning CS 308 Database Systems CS 317 Operating Systems Theory CS 3xx 300-level Computer Science Elective CS 490 Capstone I: Proposal and Prospectus (1 credit) EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU 305 Ethics SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues Electives (2) FOURTH YEAR CS 3xx 300-level Computer Science Elective CS492 Capstone II: Development and Implementation CS4xx 400-level Computer Science Electives (2) CS499 Computer Science Internship or CS498 Bachelor Thesis 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (3) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 122 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice

Campus or Online Full time Part time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline + 1 more

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. Graduates should be able to differentiate among and analyze the philosophies, practices, and procedures of the major components of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. [+]

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: • differentiate among and analyze the philosophies, practices, and procedures of the major components of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, the courts, and corrections. • compare and contrast major psychological and sociological theories of criminal behavior, crime control, and rehabilitation. • demonstrate knowledge of the major ways crime data are reported, collected, analyzed, and interpreted. • explain theories underlying substantive and procedural protections afforded criminal defendants under federal and state laws, and demonstrate an understanding of how these protections affect law enforcement practices, court procedures, and corrections. • display, both orally and in writing, the ability to assemble information from relevant sources and to organize materials for a variety of analytical, evidentiary, and decision-making purposes. • demonstrate knowledge of the ethical principles applicable to criminal justice professionals and of the importance of honest, ethical behavior in the achievement of justice. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR CJ101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CO110 Public Speaking CS117 Applications and Presentations* EN105 Advanced English Composition EN206 Introduction to Literature HU103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 201College Algebra or MH 203Survey of Math LW229 Criminal Law PS101 Introduction to Psychology or SS107 Introduction to Sociology Elective SECOND YEAR CJ201 Critical Issues in Criminal Justice CJ205 Evidence and Court Procedures CJ206 Criminal Procedure and Rules of Court CJ221 Criminology CJxxx Criminal Justice Electives (2) HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy Arts & Science Elective Electives (2) THIRD YEAR CJ301 Research Methods In Criminal Justice EN2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU303 United States History Since 1945 LW335 Constitutional Law MH216 Statistics SCxxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS305 Global Issues Arts & Science Elective Electives (2) FOURTH YEAR CJ 495 Criminal Justice Seminar CJ499 Criminal Justice Internship or CJ498 Bachelor Thesis CJxxx Criminal Justice Electives (2) HU305 Ethic 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (4) Total Credits Required For Graduation: 121 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Fashion Merchandising. Graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global fashion merchandising environment. [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global fashion merchandising environment. demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of fashion merchandising, including marketing, promotions, visual merchandising, and international business. demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively by being aware of the physical, emotional, cultural, and economic factors impacting the fashion business. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior from a fashion merchandising perspective. demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior in the domestic and international fashion merchandising environments. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature FA101 Principles of Retail Merchandising HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 201College Algebra Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC 204 Principles of Finance FA 103 Clothing & Society FA 205 History of Costume HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 200Business Law MN 208Business Communications SS 102 Macroeconomics SS103 Microeconomics THIRD YEAR AR 109 Fashion Drawing I AR 112 Color Theory (2 credits) EN 2xx 200-Level (or higher) Literature Elective FA 207 Visual Merchandising FA 217 Textile Science FA 305 Contemporary Fashion HU 305 Ethics IB 301 International Business Management SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues FOURTH YEAR FA 421 Fashion Show Production FA 495 Fashion Merchandising Seminar FA 499 Fashion Merchandising Internship or FA 498 Bachelor Thesis MK 313 Advertising and Promotion Management MN 405Strategic Management 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (4) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 120 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies. Graduates should be able to demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the American legal system, including its legal procedures, its functions and structure, and substantive areas of civil and criminal law. ... [+]

Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: • demonstrate comprehensive knowledge of the American legal system, including its legal procedures, its functions and structure, and substantive areas of civil and criminal law. • evaluate ideas and information and formulate clear, concise, and relevant legal arguments supporting a position on a given topic. • demonstrate, both orally in and writing, analytic and problem-solving skills. • research and compose various types of documents, such as research papers and memoranda, which integrate analysis of fact patterns and appropriate citations to scholarly sources. • demonstrate knowledge of the ethical codes and principles applicable to legal professionals, including the ideal that members of the legal profession should be dedicated to serving others honestly, competently, and responsibly, with the goal of achieving justice. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting CO110 Public Speaking CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 201College Algebra or MH203 Survey of Math LW 103 The American Legal System SS 107 Introduction to Sociology Elective3 SECOND YEAR EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU 1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy HU 232 United States History to 1865 LW 205 Legal Research and Writing LW 229 Criminal Law LW 230 Civil Litigation MN 200Business Law SS 102 Microeconomics or SS 103 Macroeconomics Arts & Science Electives (2) THIRD YEAR CO/HA/LW Law and Ethics Requirement Choose one of the following: CO 235 Media Law and Ethics HA 215 Medical Law and Ethics LW 215 Justice, Law and Ethics HU305 Ethics HU303 United States History Since 1945 LW301 Mediation and Conflict Resolution LW 335 Constitutional Law LW/CJ 2xx 200-level (or higher) Legal Studies or Criminal Justice Elective SS217 Race and Ethnicity SS305 Global Issues Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR LW2xx 200-level (or higher) Legal Studies Elective LW/CJ 3xx 300-level (or higher) Legal Studies or Criminal Justice Elective LW495 Legal Studies Seminar LW499 Legal Studies Internship or LW498 Bachelor Thesis SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS309 American Politics PS/SS/CJ 200-level (or higher) Psychology or Social Science or Criminal Justice Elective Electives (3) Total Credits Required For Graduation: 121 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Marketing

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Marketing. Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the relationship and importance of marketing to the business environment. [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the relationship and importance of marketing to the business environment. demonstrate comprehensive professional marketing knowledge, including product, branding, pricing, promotion,distribution, and their relationship to each other. demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully formulate questions, to gather, analyze and apply marketing information, and to make sound business decisions. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively by presenting business ideas orally and in writing in a myriad of business situations to both business and non-business professionals. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior in marketing related situations. demonstrate the ability to identify and address ethical issues in marketing situations. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MH205 Business Calculus MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 105Principles of Management Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC 204 Principles of Finance CS 117 Applications and Presentations* HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU135 World Religions or HU152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK210 Consumer Behavior MN 200Business Law MN 208Business Communications SS 102 Macroeconomics SS 103 Microeconomics Elective THIRD YEAR CO302 Writing for Public Relations or CO 343 Advertising Writing EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU 305 Ethics IB 305 International Marketing MK 305 Marketing Research MK313 Advertising and Promotion SC xxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) SS 305 Global Issues 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (2) FOURTH YEAR MK 414 Marketing Planning and Strategy CO485 Public Relations and Crisis Communication MK 499 Marketing Internship or MK 498 Bachelor Thesis MN 405Strategic Management 300-level (or higher) Business Elective 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (3) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

Bachelor of Science in Sport Management

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science in Sport Management. Graduates should be able to demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global sport management environment. [+]

Bachelor of Science in Sport Management Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global sport management environment. demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of sport management, including marketing, finance, event planning, and international business. demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions. demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively by being aware of the physical, emotional, cultural, and economic factors impacting the sports industry. demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior from a sport management perspective. demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior in the domestic and international sport management environments. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR AC 101 Principles of Financial Accounting AC 102 Principles of Managerial Accounting CS 117 Applications and Presentations* EN 105 Advanced English Composition EN 206 Introduction to Literature HU 103 World Civilization (Modern) MH 201College Algebra SM 105 Principles of Sport Management Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Elective SECOND YEAR AC204 Principles of Finance HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 216Statistics MK 105 Principles of Marketing MN 200Business Law MN 208Business Communications PS 101 Introduction to Psychology SM 205 Sport Marketing SS 102 Macroeconomics SS 103 Microeconomics THIRD YEAR EN 2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU305 Ethics SC110 Understanding the Human Body (4 credits) SM 301 Sport Finance SM 341 Sport Facilities and Events Planning SS 305 Global Issues 200-level (or higher) Business Elective 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (2) FOURTH YEAR MN 405Strategic Management SM 414 Sport Law and Ethics SM 495 Seminar in Sport Management SM 499 Sport Management Internship or SM 498 Bachelor Thesis 300-level (or higher) Business Electives (3) 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective Electives (2) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

BSc Hotel, Restaurant, and Service Management

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Brookline

The Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Service Management prepares students for leadership and management roles in the growing hospitality industry, as well as for graduate study. The curriculum provides a theoretical and practical foundation in hospitality management, balancing core educational requirements with in-depth business and professional courses. [+]

The Bachelor of Science in Hotel, Restaurant, and Service Management prepares students for leadership and management roles in the growing hospitality industry, as well as for graduate study. The curriculum provides a theoretical and practical foundation in hospitality management, balancing core educational requirements with in-depth business and professional courses. Students will explore all aspects of the hospitality industry, including organization and staffing, accounting, and industry regulations. The program places strong emphasis on the value of customer service, whether the focus is on hotel operations, dining services, convention/meeting planning, or overall management policies. Internships offer students the opportunity to apply their knowledge in a professional environment while gaining valuable industry experience. Concentration in Culinary Management The concentration in Culinary Management offers a curriculum with a balance of general education, business, and culinary arts courses. This program provides a well-rounded, in-depth study of the restaurant management field. Introductory and upper-level courses emphasize management policies, customer service, and human resource management. Within this framework, there is a full complement of culinary arts courses that includes hand-on production throughout the four years. Graduates of the program will have the background and expertise to assume managerial and entrepreneurial roles. Note that all full-time day students are required to take FY100 First Year Seminar during their first semester. Newbury College has developed and adopted the learning outcomes listed below. Students completing this degree should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of culinary management, accounting, and control systems. (Knowledge); manage personnel and create systems needed to succeed in the culinary industry. (Professional Competency / Knowledge); demonstrate the ability to access, analyze, interpret and evaluate information within the culinary industry. (Critical Thinking / Information Literacy); demonstrate effective communication skills applicable to academic, professional, and social interactions as they apply to the culinary industry. (Communication); demonstrate the ability to serve as responsible citizens and to interact with their chosen communities with a sense of purpose, social awareness, and respect. (Social Responsibility); demonstrate high standards of ethical behavior in personal, academic, and professional endeavors appropriate to the culinary industry (Ethical Behavior). Concentration in Hotel Administration The concentration in Hotel Administration prepares students to assume positions of leadership in the many career paths available in the hospitality industry. The curriculum focuses on hotel operations, business policies, and quality service management, emphasizing interpersonal, conceptual, and technical skills. Courses include sales for the hospitality industry, convention management, conference and events planning, and legal issues for managers. At the upper level, course offerings provide an international perspective on the study of hospitality operations. Faculty active in the field provide industry-based experience, and prominent industry leaders supplement the curriculum with off-campus activities, visits to campus, and student internships. Note that all full-time day students are required to take FY100 First Year Seminar during their first semester. Newbury College has developed and adopted the learning outcomes listed below. Students completing this degree should be able to: demonstrate knowledge of the art and science of hospitality management and the industry’s need for greater management professionalism (Knowledge); demonstrate knowledge of all aspects of the scope of the hospitality industry and the skills and behaviors required to be successful (Professional Competency / Knowledge); demonstrate the ability to retrieve, understand, and critique relevant information in the hospitality field (Critical Thinking / Information Literacy); demonstrate the ability to use communication to disseminate pertinent hospitality information as a means of motivating employees and informing management (Communication); demonstrate their understanding of the importance of social awareness, respect, and the value of contributing to the larger community (Social Responsibility); demonstrate a belief in the importance of ethical behavior, high standards, and professional conduct in the hospitality industry (Ethical Behavior). [-]

BSc Interior Design

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: define and apply recognized ethical concepts appropriate to the profession of Interior Design; demonstrate awareness of the values of community service and the role interior design professionals can take for the betterment of their community, the natural world, as well as the profession and the world community; assess and evaluate information, apply critical, analytical, strategic and creative thinking skills gained through study in liberal arts and interior design in order to make informed design decisions; design project solutions with knowledge gained through research of theoretical and practical concepts and communicate developed ideas through written, oral and graphic forms; comprehend, analyze, synthesize and utilize the theoretical underpinnings of the aesthetics and functionality requisite for the success as interior design practitioners in an evolving global economy; identify and apply life-safety codes, standards and guidelines applicable to the project and appropriate to the user group. [-]

BSc International Business Management

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Brookline

The Bachelor of Science degree in International Business Management prepares students for positions in firms operating in today’s global business environment. It prepares both U.S. and non-U.S. students for positions in their home country or overseas. Students develop skills in working in and leading multi-cultural teams and learn the theory and practice of marketing, finance, and management that are essential to working in a global business. Classes and assignments are designed to make effective use of the international and cultural diversity found at Newbury College and in the greater Boston area. [+]

The Bachelor of Science degree in International Business Management prepares students for positions in firms operating in today’s global business environment. It prepares both U.S. and non-U.S. students for positions in their home country or overseas. Students develop skills in working in and leading multi-cultural teams and learn the theory and practice of marketing, finance, and management that are essential to working in a global business. Classes and assignments are designed to make effective use of the international and cultural diversity found at Newbury College and in the greater Boston area. Note that all full-time day students are required to take FY100 First Year Seminar during their first semester. Newbury College has developed and adopted the learning outcomes listed below. Students completing this degree should be able to: Demonstrate knowledge of self, society, and the global business environment. (Knowledge) Demonstrate comprehensive professional knowledge of marketing, finance, and management in a global business environment. (Professional Competency) Demonstrate the ability to thoughtfully access and analyze information and to make sound business decisions from a global perspective. (Critical Thinking and Information Literacy) Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively by being aware of cultural differences in a global business environment. (Communication) Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate socially responsible behavior from a global perspective. (Social Responsibility) Demonstrate an awareness of ethical business behavior in different cultures and international business environments. (Ethical Behavior) [-]

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Bachelor of Arts in Communication

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Arts in Communication: Digital Journalism Track, Media Production Track, Public Relations and Advertising Track [+]

Digital Journalism Track Media Production Track Public Relations and Advertising Track Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: • demonstrate knowledge of the conceptual, historical, and theoretical perspectives that inform the communication field. • analyze the impact of media and media institutions on society and culture. • evaluate and utilize news and scholarly sources for professional and academic purposes. • interpret and apply the laws and ethical codes that guide the communication field. • communicate a message effectively through speaking, writing, and other media, aimed at a particular audience. • create journalistic pieces through the process of news gathering and reporting and by utilizing multimedia tools. • edit and revise copy adhering to conventions of journalism and professional standards of practice. How to Apply The application process at Newbury College is highly personalized and we take the time to get to know you as an individual. Our admissions staff is committed to developing a clear understanding of your accomplishments and achievements inside and outside of the classroom. We have rolling admission beginning November 1, 2015. If you have any questions, please contact us. Fill out and submit a completed application. You can apply through one of the following options. Newbury College gives equal consideration to the Newbury application and Common Application. A writing sample. Please submit a copy of a graded paper you have written within the past year. It should be a minimum of 250 words and can be on any subject. Some examples are an English composition, a history thesis, a psychology report or a literary critique. Newbury College will accept the Common Application essay in place of a graded writing sample. Two letters of recommendation - one from a guidance counselor and the other to be filled out by an English, Math, History, Science, or Foreign Language instructor. Transfer students should provide one from an academic advisor and the other recommendation by a professor. Transcripts - all applicants must submit their high school transcript and transfer students must submit all college transcript(s) as well. All transcripts must be official copies. SAT/ACT scores are optional. Students may submit scores if they believe the results present a fuller picture of their achievements and potential. Students who do not submit scores will not be at any disadvantage in the admission process, unless they wish to qualify for our Presidential Scholarship. Interviews are not required but strongly encouraged especially for students attempting to qualify for our additional scholarships. Documents may be mailed to: Newbury College, Office of Admission, 129 Fisher Avenue, Brookline, MA 02445 or faxed to (617) 731-9618. International Students must also submit: an official TOEFL score. A minimum score of 71 (internet-based exam); 197 (computer-based exam); or a 527- 530 (paper-based exam) is required. For the IELTS, a minimum 5.5 band score is required. *If an international student is accepted, (s)he must also submit several other forms. Please see our section on Enrolling as an International Student for more information. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design : graduates should be able to define and apply recognized ethical concepts appropriate to the profession of Graphic Design. [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to • define and apply recognized ethical concepts appropriate to the profession of Graphic Design. • demonstrate a commitment to the betterment of their profession and the world community. • assess and evaluate information and apply critical, analytical, strategic and creative thinking skills in order to make thoughtful decisions. • design project solutions with knowledge gained through research of theoretical and design concepts and communicate ideas through written, oral and graphic forms using technology. • analyze, synthesize and utilize theoretical design, typography, and technology to develop a functional product. • identify and apply appropriate software applicable for each design project. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR AR101 Drawing I (2 credits) AR102 Drawing II (2 credits) AR112 Color Theory (2 credits) AR117 Principles and Elements of Design EN105 Advanced English Composition GD101 Typography GD102 History of Graphic Design GD105 Graphic Design I GD110 Computer Typography MH 201College Algebra or MH203 Survey of Math PS101 Introduction to Psychology or SS107 Introduction to Sociology SECOND YEAR EN206 Introduction to Literature GD106 Graphic Design II GD111 Media Design: Text and Image GD201 Packaging Design Portfolio GD205 Digital Communications HU103 World Civilization (Modern) HU106 History of Art to 1495 HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy Elective THIRD YEAR CO201 Writing for Media or EN208 Business Communications EN2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective GD310 Photo Imaging I GD311 Photo Imaging II GD340 Graphic Design III HU107 History of Art from 1495 HU305 Ethics SCxxx Laboratory Science (4 credits) 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR GD401 Web Design for the Graphic Designer GD408 Motion Graphics GD418 Professional Practice GD490 Capstone I: Proposal and Prospectus GD495 Capstone II: Development and Implementation GD499 Graphic Design Internship or GD498 Bachelor Thesis SS305 Global Issues 200-level (or higher) Humanities or Psychology or Social Science Elective Electives (2) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies

Campus Full time September 2017 USA Brookline

The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies offers students the opportunity to pursue professional and educational goals that transcend traditional majors. Students develop an individualized curriculum that includes a structured selection of courses from two or three academic disciplines. Regardless of the subject areas chosen, the program rests on a strong foundation of general education requirements. Through exploration of the perspectives, philosophies, and experiential context of a variety of disciplines, students will gain knowledge, communication skills, critical thinking abilities, and technical competencies that will prepare them for the workplace or for graduate study. [+]

The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies offers students the opportunity to pursue professional and educational goals that transcend traditional majors. Students develop an individualized curriculum that includes a structured selection of courses from two or three academic disciplines. Regardless of the subject areas chosen, the program rests on a strong foundation of general education requirements. Through exploration of the perspectives, philosophies, and experiential context of a variety of disciplines, students will gain knowledge, communication skills, critical thinking abilities, and technical competencies that will prepare them for the workplace or for graduate study. Under the direction of a faculty advisor during the first year, students gather relevant information and consider courses to include in their degree programs. They may choose as their disciplines areas for which the college offers courses but does not have a major. By the end of the first year, students will write a plan of study describing the objectives of their individual programs and explaining the rationale for the courses chosen. This plan must be approved by the faculty advisor and by the Dean of the College. In the senior year, each interdisciplinary student will be required to develop a year-long capstone project which synthesizes the concepts from the two or three discipline areas. The student will be assigned a project advisor from one of the disciplines who will mentor the student and facilitate the collaboration between the student and other appropriate faculty, as the student develops a proposal and creates a finished work/project. The student will then present the final work to a committee comprised of faculty from the discipline areas and external representatives if applicable. Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to • recognize connections among academic disciplines and integrate knowledge from different areas to develop a better understanding of self and society. • employ a variety of perspectives, experiences, and methodologies to investigate research problems. • communicate knowledge using the conventions of multiple academic disciplines. • apply skills of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation learned in multidisciplinary courses to the diverse needs of professional settings. • demonstrate ethical awareness and multicultural sensitivity that reflect the broad foundation of an interdisciplinary approach. [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology

Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Brookline

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. Graduates should be able to demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, clinical applications, and historical trends in psychology. [+]

Student Learning Outcomes: Graduates should be able to: demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, clinical applications, and historical trends in psychology. utilize critical thinking, skeptical inquiry, the scientific approach and creativity, within appropriate contexts, in academic and professional work in psychology. understand and apply basic research methods in psychology, including information and technology competence, critical evaluation of written scholarly work, research design, data analysis, and interpretation. communicate clearly, effectively, and sensitively through oral and written means for academic, clinical and research purposes, adhering to the guidelines set out by the APA. demonstrate knowledge of the complex ethical issues inherent in psychology as a discipline, the problem-solving skills needed to integrate principle with individual circumstance, a commitment to uphold the highest ethical standards in all their professional endeavors, and the capacity to apply these insights to other important areas of their lives. recognize, understand, and respect the complexity of socio-cultural, racial, ethnic, and international diversity in their personal and professional lives. apply acquired concepts, insights, and values in psychology to self-improvement and increased interpersonal awareness in preparation for leading productive, responsible, and ethical lives, in personal, community, and professional contexts. develop realistic and appropriate goals and behaviors in the utilization of their psychological knowledge, skills, and values in selecting and engaging in a variety of occupational pursuits. Recommended Course Sequencing FIRST YEAR CS117 Applications and Presentations* EN105 Advanced English Composition EN206 Introduction to Literature HU1xx Humanities Requirement: HU 135 World Religions or HU 152 Introduction to Philosophy MH 201College Algebra or MH203 Survey of Math PS101 Introduction to Psychology PS221 Human Development I: Childhood and Adolescence* SS107 Introduction to Sociology Arts & Science Elective Elective3 SECOND YEAR HU103 World Civilization (Modern) HUxxx Humanities Elective HA215 Medical Law and Ethics PS222 Human Development II: Adulthood and Aging or PS240 Psychology of Adjustment PS230 Social Psychology or PS233 Community Psychology PS235 Abnormal Psychology PS2xx 200-level (or higher) Psychology Elective PSxxx Psychology Elective SS2xx 200-level (or higher) Social Science Elective(2) THIRD YEAR EN2xx 200-level (or higher) Literature Elective HU305 Ethics PS 2xx 200-level (or higher) Psychology Elective PS349 Research Level I: Introduction to Research PS350 Research Level II: Methods and Statistics PS3xx Choose one of the following: PS 331 Theories of Personality PS 336 Family Psychology PS 337 Theories and Applications of Counseling and Psychotherapy PS3xx 300-level (or higher) Psychology Electives (2) Arts & Science Elective Elective FOURTH YEAR PS360 Brain and Behavior (4 credits) PS3xx 300-level (or higher) Psychology Electives (2) PS4xx Advanced Seminar PS499 Psychology Internship or PS498 Bachelor Thesis SS305 Global Issues 200-level (or higher) Arts & Science Electives (2) Electives (2) TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION: 121 [-]

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