2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog
2020-21 Undergraduate Catalog
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To align with Doane's sustainability initiatives, the official Doane University catalogs are only published online. You may, however, print pages and sections as you wish from print-friendly views. The entire catalog is available as a .pdf (see below, left).
The Doane University Undergraduate Catalog is published annually in Crete, Nebraska. Doane University reserves the right to make changes to the curriculum, course structure, course schedule, course offerings, course modality, course instructors, calendar, graduation requirements, costs, or any of its policies, procedures, and practices without notice. Doane does not guarantee any particular educational outcome. The University is not responsible for, or bound by, any typographical errors related to policies, dates, tuition, or fees that are listed within the catalog, marketing material, or on our website.
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The Doane University Catalog lists the requirements for the degrees offered by the University. Each catalog goes into effect at the beginning of the fall term of the academic year of issue. The catalog requirements are good for 10 years. Former students who wish to complete graduation requirements more than 10 years after their initial enrollment at Doane must complete all the requirements in effect at the time of their re-enrollment.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
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