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TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 20132014 Academic Catalog

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 9 General Academic Requirements General Information for Arts and Sciences The Curriculum The Arts and Sciences undergraduate program requires a minimum of 128 credit hours of study. These credits are earned through a combination of degree requirements and electives. The degree requirements are comprised of five components which each contribute to students achieving the goals of the undergraduate program. Remaining credits ar

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 10 General Academic Requirements Capstone experience minimum 4 credits Students are required to complete a culminating experience during which they will integrate knowledge and apply skills learned through the undergraduate program. The requirement is fulfilled through the major program. Foundation Skills This requirement ensures that students have the foundational skills for learning at the college level, for lifelong learning and for functioning in a di

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 11 events and processes, and the ways in which evidence is analyzed and evaluated as a tool for reconstructing the past. 3. Social Analysis SA Requirement two courses from two different disciplines The twocourse requirement in this domain consists of courses that present and apply the formal theoretical perspectives and empirical research methods that define those bodies of knowledge known as the social sciences anthropology,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 12 General Academic Requirements academic work that exhibits knowledge and skills appropriate to the degreelevel of the program. The nature of the Capstone Experience requirement depends on the major program. Students who doublemajor will complete multiple Capstone Experiences, as each major program defines an appropriate culminating experience. In all majors, the Capstone Experience involves completing a significant piece of work that requires the integr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS General Academic Requirements INDEX 13 Accounting B.A. in accounting Minor in accounting American Studies B.A. in American studies Minor in American studies Art B.F.A. in graphic design B.A. in studio art B.A. in studio art with specialization in art therapy Minors in studio art, art history, photography, graphic design and technology Biochemistry B.S. in biochemistry Biology B.S. in biology B.S. in biology with concentration in health sciences B.S. in biology

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 14 General Academic Requirements Sociology B.A. in sociology B.A. in sociology with concentration in crime and justice B.A. in sociology with concentration in human services B.A. in sociology with concentration in social inequality and social justice Minor in sociology Theology and Religious Studies B.A. in theology and religious studies Minor in Catholic studies Minor in theology and religious studies For individualized majors, see Special Academic Oppor

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Special Academic Opportunities INDEX 15 Special Academic Opportunities General Information for Arts and Sciences Colleges of the Fenway COF Emmanuel and five of its neighboring collegesMassachusetts College of Art and Design, MCPHS University, Simmons College, Wentworth Institute of Technology and Wheelock Collegehave joined in the Colleges of the Fenway collaboration. The collaboration benefits students by offering crossregistration to secondsemester freshmen

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 16 Special Academic Opportunities students and noncredit, exploratory internships are available to sophomores and above, once the required INT1001 PreInternship and Career Planning course is taken. Professions Advisory Committee at the earliest possible date to plan a program and obtain information about application procedures. When the student is at the point of applying for acceptance to a professional school, the Committee stands ready to examine the a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Special Academic Opportunities INDEX 17 Not have a disciplinary record for at least the semester preceding the period of study abroad. Students with a disciplinary record will meet with the Director of International Programs. Students with more than one incident on their record risk becoming ineligible to study abroad Not be on academic or disciplinary probation at the time of application and or time of departure Have the support of academic advisors Washin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 18 Admission Admission General Information for Arts and Sciences Office of Admissions Emmanuel College 400 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115 USA Phone 6177359715 Fax 6177359801 Email enrollemmanuel.edu Website www.emmanuel.edu Emmanuel College seeks candidates with varied experiences, interests and backgrounds. Admissions decisions are based on several factors, including Academic record SAT or ACT results Recommendations Essaywriting sample Extracurricula

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 19 The College offers a variety of application programs. Please contact the Office of Admissions for assistance in selecting the program that is best for you. APPLICATION DEADLINE November 1 November 15 February 15 December 1 DECISION NOTIFICATION December 1 Rolling after December 15 Rolling after December 15 Rolling after September 1 ENROLLMENT DEPOSIT January 15 May 1 May 1 3 weeks after decision General Information for Arts and Sciences PRO

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 20 Admission Advanced Placement International Baccalaureate General Information for Arts and Sciences Advanced Placement AP examinations for students who have taken designated AP courses in their secondary schools are offered by the College Board in the spring. A student achieving an AP score of four or five will receive credit for one course and advanced placement in that subject area. Students who are taking International Baccalaureate IB courses and p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Admission INDEX 21 for cultural diversity and to broaden the perspective of the entire Emmanuel College community to include the whole world as its frame of reference. More than 35 countries and territories are represented in Emmanuels student body. International candidates for admission as firstyear students should submit the following to the Office of Admissions A completed application with a 60 nonrefundable application fee in U.S. dollars A written essay

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 22 Admission If your TOEFL results are over two years old and have expired, please submit a copy of your expired score report. In addition, international transfer applicants are required to submit Official final secondary school transcript along with proof of graduation if the date of graduation is on the official transcript, this is sufficient Official transcripts from each postsecondary institution attended, including grades from the most recent semes

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 23 Academic Regulations General Information for Arts and Sciences Registration With the advice of their academic advisors, students register with the Office of the Registrar each semester. Students who are already enrolled preregister in April for the following fall semester and in November for the following spring semester. A student is officially registered for classes only after all financial obligations to the College have been m

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 24 Academic Regulations be stipulated in course syllabus. Final examinations must be administered on the officially designated examination days on the academic calendar. A student who has more than two final exams scheduled on the same day may reschedule the middle exam. The student must arrange for the change with the faculty member no later than the last day to withdraw from classes. Midsemester grades are submitted to the Office of the Registrar for al

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 25 Arts and Sciences, in consultation with the student and faculty member, may extend the INC, but not beyond the final day of that semester. A student on academic probation may not receive any grades of INC. Reports and Records Final grades are available online at the close of the semester. All incoming students, all athletes, and upperclass students on probation receive midsemester grades. The College will withhold copies of grade

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 26 Academic Regulations Directory information includes name, term, home and electronic address, campus address and mailbox number, telephone and voice mailbox number, date and place of birth, photograph, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, program of enrollment, anticipated date of graduation, degrees and awards received, the most recent pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 27 Study Off Campus A matriculated student may obtain transfer credit for no more than one course for every full year completed at Emmanuel College as a fulltime student. A student wishing to exercise this option must obtain a Study Off Campus form and a copy of the regulations for study off campus from the Office of the Registrar. The student is responsible for understanding and complying with the regulations, including those relatin

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 28 Academic Regulations International students should consult with the Director of International Programs before taking a leave of absence. Degree Application A degree application must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar by September 15 for December completion and by February 15 for May completion. Failure to complete a degree application will delay a students ability to graduate. Participation in the May Commencement ceremony will be allowed upo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Regulations INDEX 29 Pi Lambda Theta International Honor Society and Professional Association in Education Pi Sigma Alpha The National Political Science Honor Society Psi Chi The International Honor Society in Psychology Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society for Business, Management and Administration Sigma Iota Rho The Honor Society for International Studies Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society Sigma Xi The Scientific Research So

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 30 Academic Support Services Academic Support Services General Information for Arts and Sciences Academic Advising Program The Academic Advising program provides a comprehensive framework within which students explore the liberal arts curriculum and focus on a particular area of study. Students meet regularly with their general academic advisors during their first two years. These meetings provide opportunities to become knowledgeable about academic pol

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Academic Support Services INDEX 31 The ARC also offers professional Academic, Writing and Math Specialists to address particular student needs. Academic Specialists provide coaching and study skills assistance, including reading strategies and time and procrastination management. Writing Specialists provide expert writing assistance in any discipline and at any stage of the writing process. The Math Specialist provides specialized support for courses in all dis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 32 Academic Support Services For more information on the Career Center or to set up an appointment, please stop by Marian Hall 214, call 6177359930 or email careercenteremmanuel.edu. learning and facilitates connections across disciplines. The librarys automated network, Fenway Libraries Online FLO, provides online access to Emmanuels print and media collections as well as to the collections of nine other area institutions. The FLO network is comprised of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 33 Student Life General Information for Arts and Sciences Emmanuel College is located in the heart of Boston, a city rich in history and culture. Emmanuel College students experience extends far beyond the campus. The Museum of Fine Arts, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Symphony Hall and Fenway Park are just a few of the landmarks within walking distance that enhance student life. Emmanuel College is in the midst of the heaviest concentr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 34 Student Life and social readiness in a safe, sportsmanlike, and challenging environment. Emmanuel College is a Division III member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association NCAA. The College sponsors 16 varsity sports including mens and womens cross country, mens golf, mens and womens soccer, womens softball, mens and womens volleyball, mens and womens indoor and outdoor track and field, mens and womens basketball and mens and womens lacrosse. Em

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 35 groups, retreats, days apart, discussion groups, spiritual direction, pastoral counseling, education, the Catholic sacramental life, interdenominational dialogue and varied community service. Living compassionately reflects yet again another Notre Dame charism, that of embodying Gods goodness, as the Emmanuel College community invests itself in a comprehensive volunteer service program both at home and abroad. Emmanuel College hosts the Ca

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 36 Student Life gymnasium. The Jean Yawkey Center hosts various weekly student organization meetings, Family Weekend events, discussion and study groups, intramural programs, numerous club activities including concerts, poetry slams, multicultural food tastings, lectures and openmic nights, as well as houses Emmanuel Colleges annual Dance Marathon. The Jean Yawkey Center for Community Leadership provides opportunities for Emmanuel students to utilize Bost

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Student Life INDEX 37 Through a collaboration with other offices as well as our clubs and organizations, we coordinate thematic programming such as Latino Heritage Month, Native American Heritage Month, Emmanuel College Celebrates the Twelve Days of Christmas, Black History Month, Safe Spring Break Campaign, Womens History Month, and International Hospitality Night. Health Services The mission of Health Services is to provide accessible and quality health care

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 38 Finances and Financial Aid Finances and Financial Aid General Information for Arts and Sciences Emmanuel College is committed to providing students with a quality education at an affordable cost. The College continues to make investments in facilities, technology and academic, and student life programs. Emmanuels administration, faculty and staff are committed to ensuring that an Emmanuel education is worth the investment. The following pages provide

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 39 Deposits New students at the time of acceptance are required to make a 300 tuition deposit that is credited toward the initial semester tuition charges. Incoming students who are planning to live in the residence halls are required to pay an additional 200 deposit that is credited toward the initial semester charges. These deposits are forfeited after May 1, 2013 if the student fails to register for class for the 20132014 aca

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 40 Finances and Financial Aid All graduating students must be paid in full prior to receiving graduation invitations, diploma and participating in the graduation ceremony. Wire Transfer For wire transfer payments, please call 6177359938 or email financial services emmanuel.edu so that we may provide you with Emmanuel Colleges Account Number and ABA Routing Number. Credit Card Credit card payments can be made online via Online Academic Resources OAR via My

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 41 Parent Loans Parent loans are often a good option for families to pay the balance after financial aid. A couple of these loans are listed below. Federal Direct Parent PLUS Loan Apply online www.studentloans.gov. A paper application is available online at www.emmanuel.edu or by calling our office at 6177359938. To expedite the process, we encourage the online application. The Parent PLUS Loan interest rate is fixed at 7.9 and

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 42 Finances and Financial Aid who are recommended by the Emmanuel family of dedicated alums, current faculty or staff. Recommendation forms for both of these scholarships are available through the Office of Admissions and were due by February 15, 2013. Scholarships are mutually exclusive however, students receiving scholarships or awards may also be considered for needbased financial aid, including federal, state and Emmanuel College grants and loans. In

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 43 Emmanuel College Endowed Scholarships Scholarships funded by alumni and friends of the College. Awarded based on donor criteria. Many endowed scholarships for the following academic year are made available for students to apply for during the beginning of the spring semester. Most endowed scholarships are reserved for continuing students however, all incoming students are reviewed for their endowed scholarship eligibility upo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 44 Finances and Financial Aid Annual Federal Direct Stafford Loan Limits General Information for Arts and Sciences Grade Dependent Students Independent Students Freshman 031 credits Sophomore 3263 credits JuniorSenior 64 credits 5,500 6,500 7,500 9,500 10,500 12,500 Loan limits include both subsidized and unsubsidized amounts and cannot exceed your cost of attendance minus other financial aid. A 1.051 loan fee is deducted from the annual loan amo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 45 State Financial Aid State Grants and Scholarships A needbased grant or meritbased scholarship from the state of residence of fulltime undergraduate students. Awards are estimated until the College receives notification from the states scholarship office. States release funds to the College only after enrollment status has been verified. In addition to Massachusetts, states that permit the use of their state funding at Emmanue

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 46 Finances and Financial Aid years in which to complete a fouryear program. Students not attending fulltime have eight years in which to complete a fouryear program. In order to maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress, a student is expected to complete the following minimum number of credits each year like to be considered for financial aid, they must contact the OSFS to make this request. Students are solely responsible for maintaining their academic pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 47 changes to their academic standing. For example, credits transferred in from another institution need to be brought to the attention of the OSFS. Financial aid cannot be awarded until this official notification is received. Students who have been denied financial aid because they were not making Satisfactory Academic Progress may again receive financial aid the semester after attaining Satisfactory Academic Progress. partici

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 48 Finances and Financial Aid opportunities to students. Students must have Federal WorkStudy as part of their financial aid award to be considered for these positions. transportation and personal expenses. If a change in any of the listed expenses occurs, the budget may be recalculated. If this results in adjusted financial aid eligibility, the student will be notified with a revised Financial Aid Award Letter. The following are sample budgets used to ca

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Finances and Financial Aid INDEX 49 Withdrawal Policy Withdrawal from a Course Course schedule changes must be made during the semesters adddrop period to receive a refund. After the adddrop period, enrollment and housing status is confirmed prior to the disbursement of financial assistance. Financial aid may be reduced if the student is enrolled in fewer courses than originally reported or has changed hisher residency status without notifying the OSFS. After t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 50 Finances and Financial Aid Refund Process If students have a credit on their account after paying their bill, they may Reduce their loan by the amount of the credit Leave the credit on the account and have it applied toward the next semesters balance Request a refund in the OSFS or through MySaints. Students who request their refund through MySaints may request to have the funds directly deposited into their bank account. Because financial aid is d

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Accounting INDEX 51 Accounting Rebecca Moryl, Ph.D. Chair The accounting major provides the student with a thorough preparation in the theory and practice of accounting, a body of knowledge in management, and a solid foundation in the liberal arts. The accounting courses are designed to prepare the student for an entrylevel accounting position with a public accounting firm, corporation, or government agency. Many careers are open to accounting majors, including

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 52 Accounting ACCT3296 ACCT3411 ACCT3413 ACCT4201 ECON1101 MATH1117 MATH1111 or MATH1121 Accounting Internship Federal Income Taxes Accounting Information Systems Advanced Accounting Principles of Microeconomics Introduction to Statistics Calculus I Applied Mathematics for the Natural, Social and Management Sciences Introduction to Business Legal Environment of Business Organizational Behavior Legal Environment of Business Organizational Behavior Financia

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 53 American Studies Matthew Elliott, Ph.D. Coordinator The American Studies program offers an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the diverse structures, experiences, and expressions of United States society and culture. The program is comprised of courses that examine the U.S. through a focus on its institutions, organizations, myths, ideologies, cultural practices, and cultural products. The major in American Studies serves as a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 54 American Studies 4. POLSC1201 5. SOC1105 Introduction to American Politics and Government Major Institutions in U.S. Society American Voices I U.S. Literature to 1865 ENGL2309 The Haves and the HaveNots American Authors on Money, Class and Power ENGL2413 African American Literature A Tradition of Resistance ENGL2604 American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 HIST2105 America Since 1960 HIST2128 Immigrants in the American Experience HIST2130 African

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 55 HIST3121 HIST3205 POLSC3160 POLSC3201 POLSC3202 POLSC3209 POLSC3607 SOC3201 SOC3203 Surviving Columbus History of Native Americans, 1492 to 1992 Themes in the History of the American West American Political Thought Congress, Representation, and the Legislative Process The American Presidency Public Policy, the Law and Psychology Constitutional Law Worlds in Motion The Causes and Consequences of Migration Organized Crime A Sociologi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 56 American Studies SOC2105 SOC2127 SOC2201 SOC2203 Race, Ethnicity and Group Relations Social Class and Inequality The Practice of Social Policy Crime and Justice POLSC3201 Congress, Representation, and the Legislative Process The American Presidency Public Policy, the Law and Psychology Constitutional Law Worlds in Motion The Causes and Consequences of Migration Organized Crime A Sociological Exploration of Mobs, Gangs, and Cartels POLSC3202 POLSC3209

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS American Studies INDEX 57 Courses in American Studies AMST1101 ART2217 ENGL2303 ENGL2304 ENGL2309 Introduction to American Studies American Art to 1940 The Modern American Novel American Voices I U.S. Literature to 1865 The Haves and the HaveNots American Authors on Money, Class and Power African American Literature A Tradition of Resistance American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 The American West in Film and Literature Images of Masculinity Crime Storie

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 58 Art Art Cynthia Fowler, Ph.D. Chair The art department offers programs in studio art, graphic design and technology, art therapy, art history and art education. The study of art within a liberal arts context provides a rich, interdisciplinary source of material for selfexpression. Through a broad studio and art history experience, students develop the critical, analytical and technical facility necessary to produce and understand works of art. Student

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 59 Studio Art Learning Goals and Outcomes The studio art program is designed to Introduce and develop the conceptual and technical aspects of the studio arts in both traditional and new media Assist in developing an independent critical ability to choose appropriate media in concert with the level of craftsmanship necessary for individual artistic expression Develop the ability to evaluate artwork through art history courses, class critiques, writi

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 60 Art Identify and describe the formal properties of art objects Connect specific art objects to major art movements Understand the ways in which art objects engage history, culture and other external forces Analyze the shifting meanings of art objects based on the theoretical tools employed by art historians Requirements for Art History Minor ART1201 Survey of Art I ART1201 Survey of Art I Three courses in art history to be selected in consultation

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 61 The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for students in the Graphic Design major is the Graphic Design III Senior Studio course ART4432 with a noncredit senior thesis and exhibition requirement. The course is completed in the fall semester of the students final year of study. In order to begin enroll in the course students must have the permission of the course instructor and have already successfully completed the core courses ART1401,

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 62 Art Programs of Study for Arts and Sciences ART2411 or ART2415 ART3431 Spring ART2215 ART3432 Fourth Year Fall ART2411 or ART2415 ART4432 Spring ART4194 One elective Printmaking I Life Drawing Motion Design Modern Art Graphic Design II ART2413 or ART2443 Photography I Digital Photography I New Technologies in Photography Photography II Idea and Image Photography III Pixel to Page Advanced Photography Projects ART3412 ART4412 Printmaking I Li

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Art INDEX 63 Gain introductory skills in treatment planning and assessment by increasing familiarity with the tools and techniques of art therapy Begin to formulate their identity as an art therapist and the roles they might play in the field through classroom discussions, projects and practicum placements The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for the Art Therapy PreProfessional Program not major is ART4366 Art Therapy Practicum II. These cour

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 64 Art Third Year ART1407 Introduction to Digital Processes or ART2215 Modern Art ART2401 Painting I ART3301 Principles of Art Therapy One art history elective One studio art elective Fourth Year ART43654366 Art Therapy Practicum I II ART4417 Senior Studio Recommended PSYCH2405 and PSYCH3601 advisor in the spring of their junior year. Working independently on their project, students meet on a regular basis with their advisor to discuss their work.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biochemistry INDEX 65 Biochemistry Josef Kurtz, Ph.D. Chair Biochemistry is a study of the chemical and molecular basis of life. This discipline has emerged as an important cornerstone for students that seek careers in medical and basic sciences. The discovery of the DNA sequence of vast numbers of new genes is useless without an understanding of how these genes elicit their function. The study of the molecular and chemical basis of gene function defines bioche

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 66 Biochemistry BIOL2301 BIOL3125 BIOL CHEM3141 BIOL CHEM4194 BIOL CHEM4195 BIOL4999 CHEM1101 CHEM1102 CHEM2101 CHEM2102 CHEM3105 or CHEM3106 Experimental Biology Molecular Biology Systems Biochemistry Research Internships in the Natural Sciences I Research Internships in the Natural Sciences II Biochemistry Senior Seminar Principles of Chemistry I 1 Principles of Chemistry II 1 Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry II Physical Chemistry I Physical Chemis

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 67 Biology Josef Kurtz, Ph.D. Chair The biology major at Emmanuel College has three objectives 1 to provide students with an understanding of the fundamental concepts in biology 2 to develop students capacities to use and critically evaluate scientific knowledge and 3 to collaborate with students to develop keen problemsolving skills and appreciate how biology is related to issues that affect society. The biology major provides a solid core of cou

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 68 Biology The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for all Biology majors is the Seminar course BIOL4160. This course is typically completed in the fall or spring semester of the students final year of study. In order to begin the capstone students must have completed Genetics BIOL2123 and Biochemistry I BIOL2131. In the capstone course, students discuss current research related to an advanced topic that integrates learning from previous cours

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biology INDEX 69 Second Year BIOL2123 CHEM2101 CHEM2102 BIOL2301 Genetics Organic Chemistry I Organic Chemistry II Experimental Biology Laboratory Biology electives Third Year BIOL2131 Biochemistry I Biology electives Fourth Year BIOL4160 Seminar Biology electives Internships BIOL41944195 or 3211 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Students Students with the goal of medical school, dental school, or veterinary school should refer to page 121 for detailed inf

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 70 Biology BIOL4178 Directed Study with permission of instructor Students who declare the Health Science concentration will work with their advisor to ensure that other nonmajor requirements are met for postundergraduate careers. Examples include PreMedDental Calculus I and II Physics I and II Physician Assistant Introduction to Psychology Statistics Students are also encouraged to consider the following electives to further enhance their studies i

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Biostatistics INDEX 71 Biostatistics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Coordinator Biostatistics is an interdisciplinary study with requirements in both biology and mathematics. Students who major in biostatistics will not only gain a strong background in the two fields, but also the communication skills that are essential for success in the working world. Students will be well prepared to find jobs in both current and emerging fields. Biostatistics is the application of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 72 Biostatistics MATH3105 MATH4101 Advanced Statistics Programming in SAS Third Year Fall BIOL2123 Spring BIOL2115 or BIOL2119 Genetics Determinants of Health and Disease Current Topics in Biological Research Probability and one elective to be chosen from the following courses BIOL2115 Determinants of Health and Disease BIOL2119 Current Topics in Biological Research Suggested FourYear Program of Courses For a student who has taken calculus in high schoo

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry and Physics INDEX 73 Chemistry and Physics Christine JaworekLopes, Ph.D. Chair Chemistry is the basic science that deals with the composition and transformation of matter. Scientific, medical and technological phenomena ultimately are understood in terms of molecular structure and interactions. Chemistry is often referred to as the central science, and a clear understanding of chemistry is essential for all branches of the natural and physical science

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 74 Chemistry and Physics The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for all chemistry majors is the Senior Seminar in Chemistry course CHEM4160. This course is typically completed in the spring semester of the students final year of study. In order to begin the capstone seminar students must have successfully completed at least four upperlevel chemistry courses. During the capstone course, students write and present a scientific review article on

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Chemistry and Physics INDEX 75 Distinction in the Field Distinction in the field of chemistry requires the completion of two semesters of CHEM41944196 Research Internships in the Natural Sciences, a public presentation of research results, and a 3.5 cumulative grade point average in Chemistry courses. Suggested FourYear Program for B.S. in Chemistry First Year CHEM1101 Principles of Chemistry I CHEM1102 Principles of Chemistry II or CHEM1103 Chemical Perspectiv

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 76 Chemistry and Physics PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Students Students with the goal of medical school, dental school, or veterinary school should refer to page 121 for detailed information concerning the program of study at Emmanuel College. Students majoring in chemistry are strongly encouraged to choose a concentration in biochemistry as preparation for careers in health professions. Requirements for PreHealth Professions Preparation For chem

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 77 Education Fiona McDonnell, Ed.D. Chair The education program at Emmanuel College is a licensure program that prepares elementary and secondary teachers. The program complies with licensure requirements established by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. Students begin by building knowledge of the history and philosophical foundations of education in America. They are trained in current theory and researchbased p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 78 Education required Education courses and MTELs for their respective major and field of licensure. The Capstone Experience students complete a portfolio to demonstrate their achievement of the learning goals of the Education major. Students are evaluated on these portfolios which are shared with Education department faculty. Elementary education majors must pass the Foundations of Reading MTEL and the multisubject and mathematics subtests of the General

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 79 Liberal Studies Major Specific course requirements for the liberal studies major are listed below. Liberal Studies Major Requirements for Elementary Education Majors BIOL1101 Life on Earth CHEM1110 Introduction to Physical Sciences ENGL1105 Introduction to Literature ENGL3307 Survey of Literature for Children and Young Adults HIST1106 United States History Since 1877 HIST1108 World History to 1500 MATH1120 Foundations of Mathematics for Teach

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 80 Education FourYear Sequence for Secondary Education First Year EDUC1111 The Great American Experiment SA PSYCH1405 Adolescent Psychology Second Year EDUC2311 Learning, Teaching, and the Secondary Curriculum EDUC2312 Teaching All Students, Grades 512 Third Year EDUC3311 Managing the Classroom Learning Environment English Majors EDUC3318 English Language Arts Instructional Methods Grades 612 History Majors EDUC3315 Social Studies Methods Grades 312 Mathe

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Education INDEX 81 Fourth Year EDUC4300 Sheltered English Instruction Teaching English Language Learners EDUC4467 Student Teaching Practicum EDUC4468 Student Teaching Capstone Seminar Includes prepracticum fieldbased experience Distinction in the Field of Education Education majors who earn a grade point average of 3.5 in all courses and a grade no lower than 3.67 A in education courses and who, as part of their capstone practicum experience, successfully com

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 82 English English Matthew Elliott, Ph.D. Chair The English department offers concentrations in Communication, Media and Cultural Studies, Literature, and Writing and Literature. Our undergraduate programs prepare students to think and to write critically and creatively through the study of a variety of media and texts. By creating effective written and oral narratives, students develop an awareness and appreciation of how language influences the beliefs

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 83 56. Theory and Research 2 courses Writing and researching at an advanced level as a prelude to the senior capstone experience. 7. Professional Experience 1 course Applying the knowledge gained through classroom work to an internship in the communication field. 8. 2000level or above Communication, Media and Cultural Studies or English Department offering 9. One 3000level or above Communication, Media and Cultural Studies or English Department of

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 84 English American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 ENGL2701 Literature and Film 3. Creative Writing and Professional Communication 1 course ENGL2501 Journalism ENGL2504 Prose Writing ENGL2506 Poetry Writing ENGL2507 Fiction Writing ENGL2521 Public Relations and Persuasion ENGL2523 Advertising and Culture Representation and Semiotics in Mass Media ENGL3501 Writing for Electronic Media ENGL3708 Digital Culture MGMT2307 Organizational Behavior SOC2113

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 85 Cultural Literacy Requirement Creative Writing and Professional Communication Media and Visual Literacy In the Final Two Years Theory and Research Requirement Professional Experience Requirement Capstone Seminar 3000level communication menu course Elective courses from any of the eight categories The department recommends that, if possible, communication program majors complete a minor program in another department. Although any department is r

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 86 English 8. 2000level Free ENGL Elective or EDUC3318 1 course Students gain additional knowledge in the disciplines of literature, writing, or communication. 9. 3000level Literary Period or Tradition 1 course Students engage in intensive study of the literature and criticism focusing on a specific literary period or tradition. 10. 3000level Literary and Critical Discourses 1 course Students engage in intensive study in an additional literary period or t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 87 Contemporary Latin American Fiction ENGL2124 History through Fiction Event and Imagination ENGL2417 Literature of the Black Atlantic LANG2664 The Arab World Through Its Literature 8. 2000level Free ENGL Elective or EDUC3318 1 course EDUC3318 English Language Arts Instructional Methods Grades 612 ENGL2305 Writing Women ENGL2323 Short Fiction ENGL2325 Spirituality and the Literary Imagination ENGL2701 Literature and Film Any additional course fro

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 88 English Requirements for Departmental Minor in Literature ENGL1205 Introduction to Literary Methods Four additional literature courses chosen in consultation with the department chair. At least one course must be at the 3000level. The literature minor is available to nonEnglish majors only. 3. American Literature 1 course Students study important American novelists, poets or dramatists, both canonical and contemporary, and apply the tools of literary s

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS English INDEX 89 The Capstone Experience The culminating experience for students in the Writing and Literature major is the Writing Seminar course ENGL4160. This course is typically completed in the spring semester of the students final year of study. In order to begin the Capstone course students must have junior or senior status and have successfully completed the following courses Advanced Prose Writing ENGL3504, Prose Writing ENGL2504, and Introduction to L

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 90 English African American Literature A Tradition of Resistance ENGL2417 Literature of the Black Atlantic ENGL2604 American Voices II U.S. Literature Since 1865 ENGL3701 Media Theory 5. 2000level English department core writing course 1 course ENGL2504 Prose Writing 6. 2000level or above English department writing course 1 course ENGL2501 Journalism ENGL2506 Poetry Writing ENGL2507 Fiction Writing ENGL2521 Public Relations and Persuasion ENGL3501 Writing

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Foreign Languages INDEX 91 Foreign Languages Arlyn Sanchez Silva, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Foreign Languages offers a variety of language, culture, and literature courses designed to enhance language acquisition, to foster an understanding of diverse peoples and cultures, and to promote criticalthinking skills. Through the analysis of writings and films produced in languages other than English, students are encouraged to see the intersections among languag

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 92 Foreign Languages peers and Foreign Language faculty. Senior Seminar papers are also made available for review by department faculty. Teacher Licensure in Spanish Students seeking teacher licensure in Spanish must complete a major in Spanish as well as complete required education courses and student teaching. Education requirements are available through the education department. Students seeking Initial Licensure in Massachusetts must pass the Massach

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Gender Womens Studies INDEX 93 Gender Womens Studies Michelle Maiese, Ph.D. Coordinator Courses in gender womens studies provide a focused opportunity to explore, in historical and contemporary perspective, the ways in which gender affects human identities and relationships. It is a dynamic, multidisciplinary approach to the study and analysis of womens experiences, contributions and voices also of the effects that culturally based gender roles has on mens a

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 94 History History Javier F. Marion, Ph.D. Chair The study of history enables students to understand change and continuity across time in the United States, Europe and the world. Courses survey such topics as the growth and decline of states and societies, the conduct of war and the pursuit of justice, cultural achievements, religious belief and forms of worship, reform movements, influential ideologies, the significance of race, gender and class and exp

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS History INDEX 95 Requirements for Departmental Minor in History HIST1105 United States History to 1877 or HIST1106 United States History Since 1877 and HIST1108 World History to 1500 or HIST1109 Modern World History Three additional departmental courses Teacher Licensure in History Students seeking teacher licensure in history must complete a major in history as well as complete required education courses and student teaching. Education requirements are ava

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 96 Leadership Leadership Sharon McKechnie, Ph.D. Coordinator Emmanuel College offers a minor in organizational leadership, a multidisciplinary program for students who want to learn about leadership generally and who hope to make a difference wherever they end up working. Regardless of formal position or title, people can be influential, they can be leaders. The minor in organizational leadership challenges students with a rigorous, valuesbased, missiond

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management Economics INDEX 97 Management Economics Rebecca Moryl, Ph.D. Chair The Department of Management Economics offers a major in management, a major in accounting, and minors in economics, management, accounting and organizational leadership. Within the management major, students may concentrate in sport management. The management major reflects the reality of management todaya field of study and action that is fundamentally multidisciplinary, drawing

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 98 Management Economics MGMT 3305. During the Capstone Experience students demonstrate achievement of the goals of the major program. For Strategic Management, students participate in a business simulation project and write an individual major paper. Students are evaluated by the capstone course instructors and final papers and projects may be shared with management department faculty. Concentration in Sport Management In addition to courses required for

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Management Economics INDEX 99 Minor in Economics for management majors ECON1101 Principles of Microeconomics ECON1103 Principles of Macroeconomics ECON2101 History of Economic Thought Three additional economics courses at the 2000level or above, where at least two are at the 3000level or above. A management major completing an economics minor must take ECON1101, ECON1103, ECON2101 and three other economics courses because a student may count only four credits

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 100 Mathematics Mathematics Yulia Dementieva, Ph.D. Chair The goal of the mathematics program is to provide a solid theoretical understanding of mathematics and an appreciation of the many applications in science and other disciplines. Mathematics is a powerful collection of tools for analyzing and solving problems. It is also a rich field of study filled with imagination and creativity. A solid background in mathematics will position graduates for caree

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Mathematics INDEX 101 MATH2115 MATH3103 MATH3105 MATH3109 MATH4101 MATH4178 MATH4194 Introduction to Programming with MATLAB Probability Advanced Statistics Operations Research Programming in SAS Directed Study Internship Students exempt from Calculus I andor Calculus II by placement will choose additional electives for a total of six courses. Teacher Licensure in Mathematics Students seeking teacher licensure in mathematics must complete a major in mathema

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 102 Performing Arts Performing Arts Tom Schnauber, Ph.D. Chair Performing Arts may be selected as an individually designed major with concentrated work in Theater Arts or MusicTheater. Minors in Music, MusicTheater, and Theater Arts are also available. It is also possible to combine Performing Arts with another field to create an individually designed Interdisciplinary major. Coursework varies depending on the program and is decided through studentfacult

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Performing Arts INDEX 103 Requirements for a Minor in MusicTheater PERF1302 or PERF1303 PERF1321 MusicTheater through the Ages History of the American Musical Theater The ABCs of Music Notation Dots, Lines, and Squiggles Acting Basic Techniques Advanced Performance Techniques for the Singing Actor Read and Sing Theatrical Design and Production PERF2111 PERF2312 PERF2322 PERF3121 Additionally At least one semester of private voice lessons At least three per

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 104 Performing Arts PERF3101 Dramaturgy and Play Analysis or PERF3122 Playwriting PERF3121 Theatrical Design and Production Additionally At least three performances andor technical work as part of a live program the Performing Arts must be completing an Individualized Major in the Performing Arts and must have a minimum GPA of 3.5 in all Performing Arts courses taken. Regardless of the nature of the project, the student will also have to pass an oral

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Philosophy INDEX 105 Philosophy Michelle Maise, Ph.D. Chair Philosophy was originally defined by the Greeks as love of wisdom. Wisdom is knowledge that enables us to understand ourselves and our world and to live a good life. In this spirit, the department strives to help students explore the meaning of humanity, God, freedom, knowledge, society, history, good and evil, and to construct a personal worldview. The successful student of philosophy finds it to be i

TABLE OF CONTENTS Philosophy INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 106 Philosophy Distinction in the Field Criteria for distinction include a minimum GPA of 3.5 in their major courses, successful completion of a research project in the capstone course the Senior Seminar, and presentation of this project to the College community during Senior Distinction Day. Recommended FourYear Program First Year PHIL1115 Recent Moral Issues One Elective Second Year PHIL2101 Problems in Philosophy PHIL2108 Critical Thinking

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 107 Political Science International Studies Petros Vamvakas, Ph.D. Chair Political Science The major in Political Science is geared towards helping students understand, research and critically assess the intricate relationships between peoples and their domestic governmental and political systems and in the international arena. Political scientists study such topics as peace and war, the making of public and international policy, the values held by peop

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 108 Political Science International Studies POLSC4100. This course is completed in the spring semester of the students final year of study. The course includes an internship component and students must complete the PreInternship and Career Development course INT1001 before beginning the internship. For the capstone course, students write and present a senior thesis to demonstrate their achievement of the goals of the major program. Student achievement is

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 109 POLSC3201 POLSC3202 POLSC3209 POLSC3607 Congress, Representation, and the Legislative Process The American Presidency Public Policy, the Law and Psychology Constitutional Law POLSC2417 POLSC2419 POLSC2421 POLSC2503 POLSC3301 POLSC3303 POLSC3305 Requirements for Departmental Major, International Relations Comparative Politics Concentration POLSC1201 POLSC1301 Introduction to American Politics and Government

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 110 Political Science International Studies capital through two main programs The Washington Center TWC and American University. These are both full semester fall or spring occupancies in Washington, D.C. Emmanuel in Washington will prepare students for a career in the global marketplace and allows students to make the priceless networking connections that will advance any career option. Program Overview The Washington Semester Emmanuel in DC Program pr

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 111 Distinction in the Field Collegewide criteria specify completion of a research project and a 3.5 minimum GPA in the major. Political Science majors in any concentration must complete a substantive project with approval from the faculty supervisor in the capstone course and present during Senior Distinction Day. National Honors Society Students who meet the following criteria will be admitted to Emmanuel Colleg

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 112 Political Science International Studies is evaluated by the capstone instructor and presentations are shared with International Studies department faculty. All seniors must have an approved proposal by November 15 of their senior year. At the start of their senior year the International Studies students should find a faculty mentor in their concentration as advisor, who will serve as a secondary reader for their thesis. Once a proposal is finished it

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 113 Theology and Religious Studies 1 Choose one of the following courses THRS2105 Judaism THRS2108 Religion and the Environment Ethical Explorations THRS2135 World Religions THRS2202 Hinduism THRS2208 Global Christianity THRS2211 Islam THRS2212 Buddhism Beliefs and Practices THRS2213 Latin American Liberation Theologies THRS2215 Chinese Religions THRS2217 Women in the World Religions Thematic 3 A student cant take

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 114 Political Science International Studies academic and handson training to comprehend the international issues and events of our time. Students will get a thorough grounding in the art and science of statecraft and diplomacy. They will also learn about world politics, history, and economics, as well as develop a deep appreciation for cultures around the world. In the process, they will develop an understanding of how to engage and negotiate on the inte

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 115 Requirement for Departmental Major in International Studies Sustainability and Global Justice The program is designed for the student who wants to engage and gain knowledge of the emergent interdisciplinary field of sustainable development and global justice by stimulating a critical examination of political, social historical and conceptual antecedents. The students will reflect on topics such as civil society

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 116 Political Science International Studies ECON3109 ECON3115 PHYS1122 PHYS1121 POLSC2413 POLSC2419 POLSC2421 POLSC2503 POLSC3301 POLSC3303 POLSC3305 Emerging Economies Economics and the Environment Energy and the Environment International Law and Institutions The Geopolitics of Democracy Model United Nations Revolution and Nationalism Comparative Politics of Developing States Street Democracy Women in Global Politics From the Barrio to Elected Office H

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 117 ENGL LANG3421 HIST2122 HIST3121 HIST3225 LANG3411 LANG3421 POLSC2301 Asia HIST2401 THRS2154 Middle East HIST2140 LANG2664 POLSC2403 POLSC2411 Spanish Caribbean Literature History of Colonial Latin America Surviving Columbus History of Native Americans, 1492 to 1992 Themes in Latin American History Latin American Literary Giants Spanish Caribbean Literature Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Latin America Moder

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 118 Political Science International Studies LANG3411 Latin American Literary Giants lectures in Spanish Spanish American Experience An Overview lectures in Spanish Spanish Caribbean Literature conducted in English Contemporary Spanish American Women Novelists lectures in Spanish Politics of Race and Ethnicity in Latin America Comparative Politics of Developing States Street Democracy Women in Global Politics From the Barrio to Elected Office of the Middl

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Political Science International Studies INDEX 119 POLSC2503 POLSC3407 Revolution and Nationalism in the spring of 2015 Political Islam in the fall of 2015 Peace Studies Minor Students desiring to minor in Peace Studies must complete a total of six courses. Required Core Courses POLSC1401 Introduction to International Relations THRS2201 War, Peace and Religion A 3000level seminar in Peace Studies to be offered beginning Fall 2014. Electives choose three of t

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 120 PreLaw Studies PreLaw Studies There is no single path that will prepare a student for a legal education. Students who are successful in law school and who become accomplished professionals choose various majors at the undergraduate level and students are admitted to law school from almost every academic discipline. Many prelaw students choose to major in Political Science, History or Philosophy. However, whatever major is selected, students are encou

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies INDEX 121 PreMedical, PreDental, PreVeterinary Studies PreMedical Studies describes a suggested curriculum that is a strong preparation for careers in medicine, dentistry, or veterinary medicine. The same curriculum is also an excellent preparation for other healthrelated fields such as nursing, physicians assistant, physical therapy and public health. A student may choose any major at Emmanuel College, but the Assoc

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 122 Psychology Psychology Linda Lin, Ph.D. Chair Psychology is a rich and varied discipline. Dedicated to the scientific study of the complexity and diversity of the mind and behavior, psychology covers a broad area of study, including cognition, memory, motivation, interpersonal relationships, personality, psychological disturbance and psychotherapy. Psychology majors receive a broad liberal arts education as well as training in the specialized knowledg

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 123 2. Research Methods in Psychology Students will be able to engage in research design, sampling, data collection, data analysis and interpretation. 3. Information and Technological Literacy Students will be proficient in the use of information and technology for many purposes relevant to the field of Psychology. 4. Communication Skills Students will be proficient in written and oral communication in a variety of formats for educational and p

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 124 Psychology PSYCH2105 PSYCH2203 PSYCH2405 PSYCH3101 PSYCH3210 PSYCH3211 PSYCH3212 PSYCH3215 CrossCultural Psychology Social Psychology Health Psychology Seminar Psychology of Women Child Psychopathology Theories of Personality Adult Psychopathology History and Systems of Psychology PSYCH2405 or PSYCH3210 or PSYCH3212 BIOL3137 PSYCH3205 or BIOL4160 PSYCH4478 or PSYCH4496 Health Psychology Child Psychopathology Adult Psychopathology Medical Neurosc

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Psychology INDEX 125 Distinction in the Field Collegewide criteria specify completion of a research project and a 3.5 minimum GPA in the major. Psychology majors in any concentration complete a substantive research project with the approval of the department. A final paper in submitted to the department for review, and the student presents hisher project during Senior Distinction Day. Distinction is recommended based upon the quality of the project as evaluated

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 126 Sociology Sociology Catherine S. Bueker, Ph.D. Chair The major in sociology prepares students for life in a global society. Whether students enter the world of work immediately after graduation or go on to graduate school, professional school, or a year of service in a nonprofit in the U.S. or abroad, the ability to think sociologically will enhance their academic and professional lives. The department offers a wide array of courses that prepare stud

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS Sociology INDEX 127 shared with Sociology Department faculty. In addition, students will complete a comprehensive exam. Requirements for Departmental Major SOC1101 Introduction to Sociology Analysis of Society in Global Perspective SOC2113 Methods of Social Research SOC3101 Theories of Society SOC4194 Internship in Sociology Field Research in Professional Settings SOC4999 Seminar in Sociology Five additional sociology courses, at least one of which is 3000leve

TABLE OF CONTENTS INSTRUCTIONS INDEX 128 Sociology Three electives must be chosen from the following one of which must be 3000level SOC2105 Race, Ethnicity and Group Relations SOC2127 Social Class and Inequality SOC2207 Deviant Behavior and Social Controls SOC3103 Advanced Quantitative Research Methods SOC3104 Advanced Qualitative Research Methods SOC3203 Organized Crime A So