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2005-2006 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2005-2006 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies with a Communication and Society Focus (New College)


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Communication and Society provides students with the opportunity to study communication history, theory and practice within a broad, liberal arts context. The program is offered in cooperation with the School of Communication.

In addition to satisfying the general requirements for graduation from New College, students must design, with the Focus adviser, a program of 40 s.h. of studies, at least 20 s.h. of which are in advanced courses or projects including a 4 s.h. Senior Project. This program design must be submitted for approval to the Area Coordinator by the end of the sophomore year.

Guidelines


2) Communication and Society: 27 s.h.


27 s.h. of courses in a variety of disciplines relating to communication and society.

3) Senior Project: 4 s.h.


may be creative or scholarly. If creative, it must be accompanied by a written, scholarly report of the project’s purpose, the means used to achieve that purpose and a critical assessment of the result(s).

NOTE:


Many communication production courses are not for liberal arts credit. New College students may not take more than 30 hours of nonliberal arts courses.

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