First Year (Freshman)

Fall Semester (Harper College)

  • ENG 101@ (Composition I) 3 credits
  • MCM 120@ (Introduction to Mass Communications) 3 credits
  • MTH 101 or MTH 124 (Quantitative Literacy or Finite Mathematics) 3-4 credits
  • Humanities/Fine Arts (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 4 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • Biology (Biology with Lab) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Harper College)

  • ENG 102@ ( Composition II) 3 credits
  • Humanities/Fine Arts (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 4 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • Social/Behavioral Science (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 5 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits
  • Physical Science (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 3 in Harper Catalog - not BIO) 3 credits

Second Year (Sophomore)

Fall Semester (Harper College)

  • Humanities/Fine Arts (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 4 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • SPE 101 (Fundamentals of Speech Communication) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits
  • Social/Behavioral Science (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 5 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Harper College)

  • Social/Behavioral Science (Choose applicable AA courses from Group 5 in Harper Catalog) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits
  • Major Discipline and Transfer Elective+ (Choose from: MCM 230, 235, 240, 241, 242, 243, 250, 251 or 252) 3 credits

Third Year (Junior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • TRS 101* (Transfer Success Course), 1 credit
  • MATH 121 ( College Algebra) 3 credits
  • BCOM 301 (Business Communications) 3 credits
  • OLED 320 (Introduction to Organizational Leadership) 3 credits
  • OLED 325 (Organizational Communications II) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • OLED 335 (Organizational Change) 3 credits
  • OLED 350 (Group Dynamics & Facilitation) 3 credits
  • OLED 365 (Social Justice Diversity) 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits

Fourth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • OLED 330 (Foundations of Organizational Leadership) 3 credits
  • OLED 370 (Leadership Development) 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits
  • ORGD 435 (Organization Development) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • OLED 380 (Strategy, Vision and Planning) 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits
  • Minor Course 3 credits
  • ORGD 420 (Group Facilitation) 3 credits
  • ORGD 425 (Leadership Theories and Application) 3 credits

Fifth Year (Senior)

Fall Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ORGD 430 (Instruments, Analysis & Feedback of Data I) 3 credits
  • ORGD 440 (Instrumentation, Analysis & Feedback of Data II) 3 credits
  • ORGD 445 (Executive Coaching) 3 credits

Spring Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ORGD 400 (Organization Culture & Behavior) 3 credits
  • ORGD 410 (Values and Ethics in Organization Development Practice) 3 credits
  • ORGD 485 (Leveraging Diversity) 3 credits

Summer Semester (Roosevelt University)

  • ORGD 460 (Interventions & Applications) 3 credits
  • ORGD 470 (Evaluation of Change and Interventions) 3 credits
  • ORGD 499 (Organizational Development Portfolio) 3 credits

*TRS 101 -Transfer Success Course (waived with transfer of 90 credit hours or more)

@=Grade of C or better required

*CORE Experiential Learning Course - Determined by Major

Please note that with the transfer of an AA degree all RU general education core requirements are completed unless a pre-requisite general education course is needed for the major.