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See the Programs of Study for Liberal Arts Students section for course offerings available to Douglass College students. The following are specifically Douglass College courses:


06:090:101Shaping a Life (3) Study of the ways women's lives are shaped as they are lived and as they are told in autobiography, biography, and oral history. Analysis and discussion of presentations by a broad spectrum of speakers, with accompanying readings. Limited to first-year Douglass College students.
06:090:110Emerging Leaders (1.5) Examination of leadership theory as it relates to women. Prepares women for socially responsible leadership. Weekend retreat, lectures, group activities, and discussion. By permission. Limited to Douglass College students.
06:090:130Introduction to Scientific Research (3) How research projects are developed and what skills are needed to undertake research projects. Lectures, discussions, and small-group activities. Serves as a prerequisite for the research-oriented internship of Project SUPER. Pre- or corequisites: 01:640:112 or 115; one course in the natural sciences. Enrollment limited to students in Project SUPER.
06:090:198,199Scholars Program Seminar (3,3) Research-oriented interdisciplinary seminar. Scholars choose from among several seminars each term. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program.
06:090:248,249Scholars Program Tutorial (3,3) Individualized study within or outside the student's intended major aimed at in-depth analysis of some major concerns of the field. By arrangement. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program.
06:090:273,274Africana Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Africa. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass Africana House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:275,276French Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of France and other French-speaking countries. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Development of active communication skills through immersion in the daily foreign-language activities of the French House. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass French House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:277,278Chinese Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of China. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass East Asian or Chinese House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:279,280Japanese Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Japan. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass East Asian or Japanese House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:281,282German Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Germany. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Development of active communication skills through immersion in the daily foreign-language activities of the German House. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass German House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:283,284Italian Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Italy. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Development of active communication skills through immersion in the daily foreign-language activities of the Italian House. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass Italian House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:285,286Slavic Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of Slavic-speaking peoples of Eastern and Central Europe. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass Slavic House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:287,288Spanish Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Spanish-speaking countries. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Development of active communication skills through immersion in the daily foreign-language activities of the Spanish House. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass Spanish House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:289,290Puerto Rican and Hispanic Caribbean Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of Puerto Rico and Spanish-speaking Caribbean countries. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass Casa Boricua. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:291,292Korean Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of Korea. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass East Asian or Korean House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:293,294East Asian Cultural Experience (1.5,1.5) Cultural, social, and political life of peoples of East Asia. Emphasis placed on learning through direct contact with resource persons, audiovisuals, field trips, and programming of cultural events. Limited to and required of residents of the Douglass East Asian House. May not be used in satisfaction of major requirements; may be repeated for credit.
06:090:298,299Scholars Program Sophomore-Junior Seminar (3,3) Interdisciplinary seminar, oriented either to research or to community service. Students enrolled in sections designated Citizenship and Service Education (CASE) may be required to enroll concurrently in 06:090:300 Women in Community Service. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program.
06:090:300Women in Community Service (1) Community service internship taken in conjunction with a designated Citizenship and Service Education (CASE) course offered through the Douglass Scholars Program. Corequisite: Enrollment in 06:090:298 or 299. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program.
06:090:361Colloquium (3) Lecture series with recitation. Title announced as offered.
06:090:395,396Scholars Program: Independent Study (BA,3) Independent study, usually in student's major department. Students develop, under faculty supervision, their own research design and work on the project for one or both terms. By arrangement. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program. May not be taken P/NC.
06:090:410,411General Honors Interdisciplinary Project (3,3) Supervised independent research project leading to an interdisciplinary senior honors thesis or its equivalent. Open only to seniors in the Douglass Scholars Program. Degree credit not given for both these courses and 06:090:497,498.
06:090:495,496Scholars Program: Independent Study (3,3) Independent study. Students develop, under faculty supervision, their own research design and work on the project for one or both terms. Open only to students in the Douglass Scholars Program by permission.
06:090:497,498Mabel Smith Douglass Honors Project (BA,BA) Independent research and preparation of a written thesis under the direction of a faculty member. Taken in lieu of two courses in each term of senior year. Open to Douglass College seniors by application. Degree credit granted only after completion of two terms.
06:090:499Supervised Research (3)
By permission only. Open only to seniors.
 
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