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  • Richard Bland College Announces Outstanding Scholars

    Richard Bland College Announces Outstanding Scholars

    Richard Bland College of William & Mary is pleased to announce that 180 students achieved a grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 and above for the 2016 Fall semester. This follows Richard Bland College’s continued commitment to advance student success with its Exceptional Student Experience (ESE@RBC) program which includes assigning Learner Mentors to all students. […]

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  • Richard Bland College Announces Southern Knights Cruisers Scholarship

    Richard Bland College Announces Southern Knights Cruisers Scholarship

    Richard Bland College of William & Mary and Southern Knights Cruisers, Inc. have announced the creation of a Southern Knights Cruisers, Inc. endowed scholarship to support area students.

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  • Job Market Looking Bright for College Graduates

    Job Market Looking Bright for College Graduates

    On Monday, Dec. 19, 2017, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said that college graduates are entering the strongest job market the country has seen in nearly a decade, and their degree is more important than ever.

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  • Meet Statesman Scholar Amber Ange

    Meet Statesman Scholar Amber Ange

    Ever since her days at Thomas Dale High School, aspiring lawyer and Chester native Amber Ange has had an interest in politics. It wasn’t until she enrolled at Richard Bland College of William & Mary, however, that her fascination blossomed into a love affair that she hopes will lead to a career in the field.

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  • RBC Dual Enrollment Students Invited to White House

    RBC Dual Enrollment Students Invited to White House

    Richard Bland College of William & Mary is a leader in dual enrollment that provides students with the opportunity to acquire college credits for work completed while still in high school.

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  • Richard Bland College of William & Mary Names Equestrian Coach

    Richard Bland College of William & Mary Names Equestrian Coach

    President Debbie Sydow has named Elizabeth K. Brown as the Manager of the Equine Center and Head Equestrian Coach at Richard Bland College of William & Mary. Brown has nearly two decades of diversified experience as a horse trainer and riding instructor.

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  • Becca Balint: Overcoming the Odds

    Becca Balint: Overcoming the Odds

    When Becca Balint was 3-years-old she lost her hearing after being diagnosed with Sensorineural hearing loss (SNHL). That condition occurs when there is damage to the inner ear. Most of the time, SNHL cannot be medically or surgically corrected and results in permanent hearing loss.

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  • Region X Champions!

    Region X Champions!

    Richard Bland College claimed its first-ever NJCAA Region 10 Men’s Soccer Tournament Championship October 29-30 at the WRAL Soccer Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.  Against the odds, the No. 5 seed Statesmen won back-to-back matches on consecutive days against higher seeded teams for their title.  In the Championship match, Richard Bland battled No. 2 seed […]

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  • Awards of Distinction Recipients

    Awards of Distinction Recipients

    The Richard Bland College Foundation has announced the new Awards of Distinction’s inaugural honorees. The Honorable M. Kirkland Cox ’81 received the Distinguished Alumni Award; Jerome Goehing ’09 was presented with the Young Alumni Award; and the Richard Bland Award was bestowed upon the Marjorie Solenberger Family.

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  • Meet Statesman Scholar Rodrigo Carvalho

    Meet Statesman Scholar Rodrigo Carvalho

    The distance between Lisbon, Portugal and South Prince George, Virginia is 3,628 miles. For Honors Student and men’s soccer player Rodrigo Carvalho, who hails from Portugal’s capital and largest city, acclimating to the rural Richard Bland College campus and more serene pace the area provides was a seamless transition.

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  • Meet Statesman Scholar Darianne Addington

    Meet Statesman Scholar Darianne Addington

    Matoaca resident Darianne Addington worked tirelessly to become a Statesman Scholar at Richard Bland College of William & Mary. The second year Honor Student starts her day at the crack of dawn and doesn’t stop until the wee hours of morning. She adeptly balances being a commuter student at RBC with a rigorous academic schedule and a full-time job.

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  • M&T Funds Scholarship at Richard Bland College of William & Mary

    M&T Funds Scholarship at Richard Bland College of William & Mary

    Richard Bland College of William & Mary and M&T Bank have announced the creation of an M&T endowed scholarship to support area students. M&T Scholars at Richard Bland College will be selected on the basis of academic merit and financial need.

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  • Meet Statesman Scholar Jason Nesmith

    Meet Statesman Scholar Jason Nesmith

    Richmond native Jason Nesmith might be the busiest student on the Richard Bland College of William & Mary campus. He’s a member of the Honors Program, an RA in the dorms and a Student Ambassador. He’s an accomplished musician and a member of the Music Club. His schedule also includes being a member of the Historical Society and holding down a campus job as a student success coordinator.

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  • RBC Welcomes New Chief Information, Strategy & Innovation Officer

    RBC Welcomes New Chief Information, Strategy & Innovation Officer

    Dr. Kenneth LaTessa, previously, the Chief Information Officer at the National Research Center for College & University Admissions (NRCCUA), has ben named the Chief Information, Strategy & Innovation Officer.

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  • Business Management
  • Software Developer
  • Engineer
  • Marketing/Public Relations
  • Web Designer
  • Healthcare
  • Education
  • Project Management/Logistics

Business Management

This major is designed for students who expect to hold managerial positions in large or small organizations. Business management involves two broad domains: One is working with people – hiring, training, coordinating, and creating an effective environment for the attainment of organizational objectives. The other is laying a foundation for becoming a manager of a business or organizational unit where strategy and decision-making skills are important.

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Business (recommended if unsure of BUS major)
BUS 104
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total15-16
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Software Developer

This major is designed for students who expect to hold managerial positions in large or small organizations. Business management involves two broad domains: One is working with people – hiring, training, coordinating, and creating an effective environment for the attainment of organizational objectives. The other is laying a foundation for becoming a manager of a business or organizational unit where strategy and decision-making skills are important.

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Engineer

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Marketing/Public Relations

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Business (recommended if unsure of BUS major)
BUS 104
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Elective
Foreign Language or elective choice
3
Total15-16
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Web Designer

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 201, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 201 (Pre-requisite Math 201)
5
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 202
5
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101
3
Total15
Overall Credits to Transfer:
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 211
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 203 (math majors)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, 103, GOVT 201, 202 HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 210, 219, 220, 254
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101
3
Elective
BIO101, CHEM101 (lec/lab)
4
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 204
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
CSCI 212 (computer science majors)
3
Elective
BIO102, CHEM102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
MATH 220, CSCI 220
3
Elective
Math 205
3
Total16
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Healthcare

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201 (pre-requisite Math 117 with B or placement test)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 101 (lec/lab )
4
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202
3
Total14
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 202 (pre-requisite Math 201)
4
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, PHIL 203
3
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 102 (lec/lab)
4
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Total17
Overall Credits to Transfer: 60 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 204
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101,103, GOVT 201, HIST101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 220
3
Elective
MATH 203, CSCI 211
3
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 230, PHYS 201
4-5
Elective
Foreign language or elective choice
3
Total16 - 17
Fourth SemesterCredits
Elective
MATH 205 or CSCI 211
3 - 4
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 231, PHYS 202
4 - 5
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Elective
Foreign language or elective choice
3
Total13 - 15
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Education

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217 (pre-requisite Math 101 or placement test)
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 101, 121, REL 209, 220
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 151, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
8
Total17
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 201, 207
3 - 4
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 152 and CHEM 102 (lec/lab)
8
Total14 - 15
Overall Credits to Transfer: 63 - 64
Third SemesterCredits
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 230 (lec/lab)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 101 (lec/lab)
4
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202, REL 209, 220
3
Computer Proficiency
CSCI 202, 203, 211, 212
3
The Language & History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Total17
Fourth SemesterCredits
Investigation of the Natural World
CHEM 231 (lec/lab)
4
Investigation of the Natural World
PHYS 102 (lec/lab)
4
Elective
BIO 211, 218 (Bio track)
Math 202 (Forensic track)
4
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, PHIL 203, REL 201, ENG 200
3
Total15
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Project Management/Logistics

First SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 101
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 101 (or higher if eligible - 117, 217)
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
The Art of Language & Ideas
SPCH 101, 201, REL 209, 220, PHIL 101, 121
3
Introduction Into Logistics
LOG 101
3
Total15
Second SemesterCredits
The Art of Language & Ideas
ENGL 102
3
Business
BUS 201
4
Transportation and Distribution
LOG 120
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202
3
Inventory and Warehousing
LOG 130
3
Total16
Overall Credits to Transfer: 62 - 63
Third SemesterCredits
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
MATH 217, 117, 201
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, REL 209, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL101
3
U.S. & World Cultures
ECON 201, 202, GEO 101, REL 209, GOVT 201, HIST 101, 102, 201, 202
3
Investigation of the Natural World
BIO 101, 110, CHEM 101 (lec/lab)
4
IT Applications
LOG 140
3
Total16
Fourth SemesterCredits
The Language and History of Fine Arts
ART 201, 202, 231, MUS 103, THEA 201
3
Business
BUS 202
3
The Human Experience
PSY 201, 202, 250, 260, 292, 295, REL 201, 210, SOC 201, 204, 250, 253, PHIL 203
3
Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning
Math 207, 201
3-4
Portfolio Class
LOG 201
4
Total15-16
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