College Catalog

2013-2014 Catalog

College Catalog Index

  1. INTRODUCTION
    1. Welcome
    2. Contents
    3. Academic Calendar 2013-2014
    4. How to Use This Catalog
  2. THE COLLEGE: VISION, MISSION, AND TRADITION
    1. Mission
    2. Institutional Goals
    3. History and Tradition
    4. The Scenic Campus
    5. Accreditations and Affiliations
  3. ADMISSION
    1. Admission
  4. THE ACADEMIC PROGRAM
    1. Academic Resources
    2. Special Learning Opportunities
    3. Academic Organization
    4. Foundations and Core Program
    5. Curricular Offerings
    6. Departmental Majors and Minors
      1. Accounting
      2. American Studies
      3. Art
      4. Asian Studies
      5. Athletic Training
      6. Biochemistry
      7. Biology
      8. Business Administration
      9. Business Administration/Computer Science Management Information Systems
      10. Chemistry
      11. Child Development
      12. Chinese
      13. Christian Leadership
      14. Classics
      15. Commerce, Language and Culture
      16. Communication and Media Studies
      17. Computational Sciences
      18. Computer Science
      19. Economics
      20. Education
      21. English
      22. Environmental Science
      23. European Studies
      24. Exercise Science
      25. French
      26. Geology
      27. German
      28. Greek
      29. Health Science
      30. History
      31. Information Systems
      32. Japanese
      33. Kinesiology and Health Studies
      34. Latin
      35. Mathematics
      36. Midieval and Renaissance Studies
      37. Modern and Classical Languages and Cultures
      38. Music
      39. Applied Music
      40. Musical Theatre
      41. Philosophy
      42. Philosophy, Politics and Economics
      43. Physics
      44. Political Science
      45. Psychology
      46. Public Health
      47. Religion
      48. Security Studies
      49. Sociology
      50. Spanish
      51. Sustainable Community Development
      52. Theatre and Film Studies
      53. Women’s Studies
      54. Youth Ministries
      55. Oxford Programs BA/BTh Religion Dual Degree
      56. Engineering Arts
      57. Nursing Arts
      58. Other Pre-Professional Curricula
      59. Reserve Officer Training Program
  5. ACADEMIC POLICIES AND REGULATIONS
    1. Degrees Awarded
    2. Graduation Requirements
    3. Additional Policies and Regulations
  6. FINANCIAL PLANNING AND EXPENSES
    1. Financial Planning
    2. Expenses
  7. STUDENT LIFE
    1. Opportunities for Involvement
    2. Student Services
    3. Campus Traditions
    4. Campus Housing and Residence Life
    5. Behavioral Expectations
  8. PROGRAMS OF DISTINCTION
    1. Equine Scholars Program
    2. Global Scholars Program
  9. GRADUATE PROGRAM
    1. Graduate Education
    2. Graduate Calendar
  10. APPENDIX
    1. Board of Trustees & Fellows
    2. Executive Cabinet
    3. Faculty
  11. INDEX
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