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*Applies to graduate programs 

A

Academic calender, 1
Academic computing facilities, 7
*Academic conduct, 276
Academic dismissal, 51, *277
Academic honors, 50
Academic policies, 49, *276
Academic probation, 51
*Academic programs, graduate, 267, 291
Academic resources, 6
Academic services, 12
Academic standing, 50, *277
Academic warning, 51, *277
Accelerated programs, 46
Accounting concentration, 116, *295
Accreditation, inside front cover
Administration, directory of, 389
Admission deferred admission, 22
deposit requirements, 22
*graduate, 268
home-schooled students, 17
international students, 18, *271
international transfer applicants, 19
students with disabilities, 13, 22, *285
transfer students, 18
undergraduate, 16
Advanced placement, 55
Advising, academic, 12, *279
African-American studies minor, 132
African and Middle Eastern studies minor, 133
American studies minor, 133
American University, see Washington Semester Program, 49
Anthropology courses, 154
Application for admission, 16, *268
deadlines, 21
Arabic Courses, 154
Art and Archaeology department, 67
archaeology concentration, 79
archaeology minor, 134
art education concentration, 79
art history concentration, 81
art history minor, 134
studio art concentration, 82
studio art minor, 148
Assistantships, 54
Astronomy courses, 163
Athletics, 12
Attendance, class, 54
Attending other institutions, 66
Audit, 63, *286

B

Beneficial-Hodson Library and Information Technology Center, 6
Biochemistry major, 83
biotechnology studies, 84
forensic studies, 84
pre-medical studies, 84
Biology department, 67
coastal studies semester, 46, 88
Duke University Marine Science Program, 88
ecology direction, 87
integrative biology direction, 86
major, 85
microbiology direction, 87
minor, 134
*molecular biology concentration, 292
molecular biology direction, 87
pre-medical direction, 87
secondary education certification, 86
secondary education direction, 87
*Biomedical science, M.S., 291
*biotechnology/molecular biology concentration, 292
*microbiology/immunology/virology concentration, 293
*regulatory compliance certificate, 294
*regulatory compliance concentration, 293
Board and room fees, 23
Board of Associates, 396
Board of Trustees, 394
*Business administration, Master of, 294
*accounting concentration, 295
*finance, 296
*human resources management concentration, 296
*information systems concentration, 296
*marketing concentration, 296
*public management concentration, 296
Business administration minor, 135

C

Campus Center, Whitaker, 7
Campus map, inside back cover
Campus Safety, 8, *284
*Cancellation of classes, emergency, 284
Cancellation of courses, 64, *287
Career Services, 14, *275
Center for Community Research, 6
Center for the Humanities, 7
*Ceramic arts, M.F.A., 269
Center for Science and Mathematics, 7
*Certificate in ceramic arts, 325
*Certificate in information security, 326
*Certificate in regulatory compliance, 326
*Certificate in secondary Mathematics education, 327
*Certificate in thanatology, 327
*Changing degree programs, 278
Cheating, 49
Chemistry and physics department, 68
chemistry major, 89
chemistry minor, 135
environmental chemistry studies, 90
forensic studies, 90
physics minor, 144
pre-medical studies, 89
secondary education studies, 90
Child development laboratory, 97
Classical literature in translation courses, 174
Classical studies minor, 135
Classification, academic standing and, 50
CLEP tests, 55, 56
Clubs and organizations, 10
Coastal studies minor, 136
Coastal studies semester, 46, 88, 91
College life, 8
Commencement, 62
*graduate, 283
honors, 50
Communication arts major, 91
digital media concentrations, 92
journalism minor, 141
public relations minor, 145
Community college exchange, 49, 66
Community service, 5
Commuters, 9
*Comprehensive examinations, 279
Computer science department, 69, *299
*computer and information sciences, M.S., 299
major, 42
minor, 136
web development minor, 149
Convocation honors, 50
Core curriculum, 35
Costs, see tuition Counseling services, 15
Course descriptions, 151
*Course load, 288
Course numbering, 151
*Course offerings, graduate, 329
Course schedules, 64
Credit by examination, 55
Credit for prior learning, 55
Criminology and delinquency minor, 137

D

DANTES exam, 57
Dean’s list, 50
Deferred admission, 22
*Degree candidacy, graduate, 277
Degree requirements *graduate, 279
undergraduate, 34
Degrees *graduate, 291
undergraduate, 34
Departmental exams, 57
Departmental honors, 5, 47
Deposit, 22
Directions, 403
Directory, 383
Disabilities, students with, 13, 22, *285
Dismissal and reinstatement, 51, 52
Double major, 44
Double-numbered courses, 59, *287
Drop/add period, 63
Dual degree, 27, *274, *278
Duke University Marine Science Program, 88

E

Economics and management department, 69
economics major, 93
economics minor, 137
management major, 114
accounting concentration, 116, *295
business administration minor, 135
finance concentration, 116, *296
human resource management concentration, 116, *296
individual interest concentration, 116
international economics and finance concentration, 116
marketing concentration, 116, *296
management minor, 141
Education department, 70, *300
*certificate in secondary mathematics education, 327
*curriculum and instruction, M.S., 303
*early childhood education concentration, 305
early childhood education, 96
*early childhood special education specialization, 308
*elementary education concentration, 306
*elementary/middle school special education specialization, 309
*elementary school science and mathematics concentration, 306
elementary/special education, 98
secondary education certification, 46, 100
*secondary education concentration, 307
*secondary special education specialization, 309
*special education concentration, 308
*educational leadership, M.S., 310
Educational activities, 11
Emeritae/i faculty, 388
Encore program, 33
Endowed scholarships, 29
Engineering Dual Degree Program, 48, 101
English department, 72
communication arts major, 91
literature minor, 141
major, 102
secondary education certification, 103
writing minor, 150
English as a second language, 13
Enrollment, 63, *287
*Entrance criteria, 268
*Environmental biology, M.S., 315
Environmental science and policy major, 103
environmental biology concentration, 104
environmental chemistry concentration, 104
environmental policy concentration, 105
Environmental studies minor, 138
Equal access, 22
Examinations, 57, 59
*Examination of admission folders, 287
*Exceptions to academic policies regulation or requirements, 289
*Exemption from courses, 287
Extracurricular activities, 11, *276

F

Faculty, directory of, 383
Faith community, 11
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, 65, *284
Family tuition plan, 33
Fees, see tuition
*Field work project, 281
Financial aid, 24
*graduate, 273
need-based, 24
probation, 27, *274
reduced tuition opportunities, 33
suspension, 27, *274
Financial obligations, 59, *284
Finance concentration, 116, *296
Foreign language requirement, 112
Foreign languages and literatures, department, 73
foreign literature courses, 199, *363
placement exams, 58
French major, 105
minor, 138
French–German major, 106
minor, 138

G

General studies courses, 203
Geography course, 203
German major, 107
minor, 138
Gerontology minor, 139
Global studies minor, 140
Grade appeal, 62, *290
Grade point average, 60, *286
Grades, 59, *285
*Graduate academic policies, 276
*Graduate admission, 268
*Graduate course offerings, 329
*Graduate degrees, 267
*Graduate academic programs, 291
*Graduate resources, 275
*Graduate student conduct and performance policy, 290
*Graduate studies, 265
Graduation, 34, 62, *283
*conferring of degrees, graduate, 283
Grants, 25
Greek courses, 206

H

Health resources, 15
History department, 73
major, 108
minor, 141
secondary education certification, 110
Hodson-Gilliam Scholarship, 28
Hodson Trust Academic Scholarship, 28
Honor code, 8, 49
Honors program, 5, 111
Hood Scholar, 50
Hood Start, 16, 20, 46
House Fellows Program, 73
Housing *graduate, 272
undergraduate, see residential life Human resource management
concentration, 116, *296
*Human sciences, M.A., 317
*psychology concentration, 318
*Humanities, M.A., 319

I

*Immunology concentration, 293
Incomplete grade, 61, *286
Independent study, 48, *287
*Information systems concentration, 296
*Information technology M.S., 320
Intercollegiate athletics, 12
Interdepartmental major, 44
Interdisciplinary studies courses, 220
International baccalaureate, 58
International opportunities, 6
International students applying for admission, 18
*graduate, 271
see English as a second language
see multicultural environment
International studies courses, 221
International transfer applicants, 19
Internships, 48, 52
*Interrupted studies, 284

J

Journalism minor, see communication arts

L

Language residences, 73
Latin courses, 221
Latin American studies major, 112
Law and society major, 114
Leadership opportunities, 5
Learning disabilities, see disabilities
Leave-of-absence policy, 23, 65
Library, 6
Lifelong learning, 14
Loans, 25

M

Majors, 43, 79
Management, see economics and management department
*Management of information technology, M.S., 321
Maps, inside back cover *Marketing concentration, 296
*Master of business administration, 294
*Master of Fine Arts, ceramic arts, 296
*Master’s thesis, 281
Mathematics department, 74
*certificate in secondary mathematics education, 327
education minor, 142
*education, M.S., 322
major, 116
minor, 141 secondary education certification, 117
Medieval studies minor, 142
*Microbiology concentration, 293
Middle eastern studies
major, 117
minor, 143
Midterm grades, 61
Military experience, 58
Military science, 47
*Military science courses, 231
Minors, 44, 131
Mission statement, 4
Multicultural environment, 14
Music department, 74
applied music, 75
music certificate programs, 129
music ensemble, 75, 234
music history and literature concentration, 118
music history and literature minor, 143
music performance minor, 144
music performance concentration, 119
piano pedagogy concentration, 120

N

Need-based financial aid, 24
*Nondegree to degree status, 278
Nondiscrimination, inside front cover

O

Off-campus programs, 48
Office of service learning, 5
Organizations, 10

P

Parking, 9, *284
Part-time status, 64
Philosophy, see religion and philosophy department
Physical education department, 76
Physical resources, 402
Physics, see chemistry and physics department
Placement testing, 13
Political science department, 77
major, 121
minor, 145
Portfolio Advantage Program, 58
Pre-dental, 122
Pre-law, 122
Pre-medical, 84, 87, 89, 122
Pre-professional programs, 122
Pre-veterinary, 123
Presidential Scholarships, 28
Prior learning, 55, *274
Privacy Act, 65, *284
Probation, 51
Psychology department, 77
major, 123
*Psychology concentration, 318
Public history concentration, 109
Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN), 49
*Public management concentration, 296
Public relations, see communication arts

Q

Quality points, 60

R

*Reading specialization, M.S., 313
Recreation, 12
Refund policy, 3, 23
Registration, 63, *287
*Regulatory compliance certificate, 326
*Regulatory compliance concentration, 293
Reinstatement after dismissal, 52
Religion and philosophy department, 77
philosophy major, 120
philosophy minor, 144
religion major, 125
religion minor, 146
*Religious observances, 285
Renaissance studies minor, 146
Renewal Not Retirement, 33
Repeating courses, 27, 61, *288
Residential life, 8
Room and board fees, 23
ROTC, 47
Russian courses, 254

S

*Satisfactory academic progress, 273
Satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading, 63
*Schedule changes, 288
Scholarships, 28
Secondary education certification, 43, 46, 100
*Secondary education concentration, 307
Second bachelor’s degree, 34
Second Century Foundation, 6
Second degree, 34, *278
Security, see campus safety Self-directed study, 48
Service opportunities, 5
Sociology and social work department, 78
criminology and delinquency minor, 137
pre-professional practice minor, 147
social work major, 126
social science research minor/concentration, 147
sociology major, 127
sociology minor, 148
Spanish major, 128
minor, 148
secondary education certification, 129
Special academic opportunities, 46
*Special education concentration, 308
Spirit of Hood, 8
Spring enrollment, 22
Status, 64
Student activities, 11
Student government, 9
Student organizations, 10
Student rights and public information, 65
Student services, 12
Studio art courses, 160
Study abroad, 47

T

Teaching assistantships, 54, 151
Teacher certification, 95, *303
Telephone numbers, inside front cover
*Thanatology, M.A., 324
*summer institute in thanatology, 328
Theater and drama minor, 149
*Thesis, 281
Three-Year Bachelor’s Program, 46
Tidball Center for the Study of Educational Environments, 7
*Time limits, 282
TOEFL, 19, 20, *271
Tradition, 5
Transcripts college, 65, *285
high school, 16, 18, 19
*Transfer credit, 274, 283
see credit for prior learning
Transfer policy, 18, 66
Tuition *graduate, 272
reduced tuition opportunities, 33
undergraduate, 23
Tutoring, 13
2+3 Programs, 46

U

Undergraduate admission, 16
Undergraduate degree requirements, 34
Undergraduate departments, 67
Undergraduate majors, 79
*Use of facilities, 285

V

Veterans’ educational benefits, 26, *275
Veterinary school, advising, 123
*Visiting graduate students, 272
*Virology concentration, 293

W

Washington Semester Program, 49
Wellness Center, 15
Whitaker Campus Center, 7
Withdrawal from a course, 3, 63, *288
from the College, 23, 65, *289
Women’s studies minor, 150
Work study, 25

X

X-credits, 48, 53
*certificate in thanatology, 327