Jul 10, 2020  
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-20 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses of Instruction


 

Interdisciplinary Studies

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International Studies

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Media Communication

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Law, Politics, and Society

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Leadership Studies

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Learning Communities

Courses with a Learning Communities (LCM) prefix are interdisciplinary by definition, engaging students and faculty with experiences that explicitly make connections across the liberal arts and sciences. In addition, learning community experiences focus on developing students and faculty as critical and creative thinkers, and effective communicators.

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Liberal Arts Studies

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Mathematics

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Air Force

Military science courses are available to Doane students through a cooperative program with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Military science is not an academic major, but credits earned in military science courses apply toward graduation from Doane. Courses are taught by UNL military science personnel and are primarily offered on the UNL campus. Upon successful completion of the Advanced Course of ROTC and upon recommendation by the military science faculty at UNL, students may be commissioned during the graduation ceremony when they earn their Doane degree. Army ROTC students are commissioned as Second Lieutenant, United States Army Reserve or Regular Army. Air Force ROTC students are commissioned as Second Lieutenant, United States Air Force.

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Army

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Air Force

Military science courses are available to Doane students through a cooperative program with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL). Military science is not an academic major, but credits earned in military science courses apply toward graduation from Doane. Courses are taught by UNL military science personnel and are primarily offered on the UNL campus. Upon successful completion of the Advanced Course of ROTC and upon recommendation by the military science faculty at UNL, students may be commissioned during the graduation ceremony when they earn their Doane degree. Army ROTC students are commissioned as Second Lieutenant, United States Army Reserve or Regular Army. Air Force ROTC students are commissioned as Second Lieutenant, United States Air Force.

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