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  • Meet with the Deans | Barnard College
    to Contracting at Barnard Guide to Contracting at Barnard Contracting at Barnard FAQ Download Procedures Forms and Templates RSVP for a Contracting at Barnard Workshop Home Giving to Barnard Funding Opportunities Annual Giving Reunion Giving Planned Giving Parents Annual Giving Senior Fund How to Give Fundraising Volunteers Contact Us Events Management Policies and Procedures Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students

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  • Meet with the Part-Time Pre-Health Adviser | Barnard College
    Jewish Theological Seminary Double Degree Program Frequently Asked Questions High School Pre College Programs Summer Programs Saturday Science Seminars Spring College Planning Day for HS Juniors Home Contact Us Administration Bursar Tuition and Fees Understanding Your Bill Payment Policies Perkins Barnard Loan Info Tax Credits Forms and Links Communications About Communications Submit a Request Web Tutorials Share News Ideas Media Relations More Resources Information Technology BCIT Hardware Software Applications Access Custom Solutions Resources News Home Contracting at Barnard Do You Need a Contract Policy on Contracting at Barnard Procedures to Contracting at Barnard Guide to Contracting at Barnard Contracting at Barnard FAQ Download Procedures Forms and Templates RSVP for a Contracting at Barnard Workshop Home Giving to Barnard Funding Opportunities Annual Giving Reunion Giving Planned Giving Parents Annual Giving Senior Fund How to Give Fundraising Volunteers Contact Us Events Management Policies and Procedures Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For

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  • First-Year Class Notes | Barnard College
    Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD Dean of Studies In this section About Us Academic Advising First Year Sophomore Junior Senior Transfer International Commuters Double Degree Program with the Jewish Theological Seminary Spelman Howard Exchange Programs Fellowships and Scholarships Resumed Baccalaureate Information for Seniors Requests for Exceptions to Academic Policy

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  • Sophomore Class Notes | Barnard College
    Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD Dean of Studies In this section About Us Academic Advising First Year Sophomore Junior Senior Transfer International Commuters Double Degree Program with the Jewish Theological Seminary Spelman Howard Exchange Programs Fellowships and Scholarships Resumed Baccalaureate Information for Seniors Requests for Exceptions to Academic Policy or Petitions for the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing Grade Grievance Procedure Policies Procedures Academic Standing Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Sophomore Class Notes Now that you have a year of college behind you you may be feeling more settled into the routine of your college life at Barnard Sophomore year can be an exciting time There are many choices before you and many more opportunities than were available to you as first year students And there are decisions that you need to make what major should I declare does study abroad fit into my overall academic plans where do I want to study abroad what internships should I apply for are there fellowships I might be interested in see Fellowships link to the right The prospect of having to make these decisions can be overwhelming but isn t it better to have choices than not to have them at

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  • Junior Class Notes | Barnard College
    Credits Forms and Links Communications About Communications Submit a Request Web Tutorials Share News Ideas Media Relations More Resources Information Technology BCIT Hardware Software Applications Access Custom Solutions Resources News Home Contracting at Barnard Do You Need a Contract Policy on Contracting at Barnard Procedures to Contracting at Barnard Guide to Contracting at Barnard Contracting at Barnard FAQ Download Procedures Forms and Templates RSVP for a Contracting at Barnard Workshop Home Giving to Barnard Funding Opportunities Annual Giving Reunion Giving Planned Giving Parents Annual Giving Senior Fund How to Give Fundraising Volunteers Contact Us Events Management Policies and Procedures Event Requests On Campus Spaces Event Planning Tips Space Rentals Facilities Buildings Service Information Staff Directory Submit a Work Request Home Finance Operations Budget Finance Redesign Budget Planning Controller s Office Purchasing Accounts Payable General Counsel Home Human Resources 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Administrators Faculty 2016 Open Enrollment Documents Local 2110 2016 Open Enrollment Documents TWU 264 Work at Barnard Faculty Positions Benefits Employee Guide Forms Applications Pay Holiday Schedules About Human Resources Performance Evaluations Home Institutional Research and Assessment Quick Facts HEOA Disclosures Assessment of Student Learning Mail Print Services Print Services Print and Design Help Multi Function Printers Mail Services and Receiving Home Public Safety Campus Alerts Statistics Annual Security and Fire Safety Report Fire Safety Policy Emergency Management and Disaster Preparedness Plan Emergency Response Tree Policies Home Student Services Academic Success and Enrichment Programs Collegiate Programs Pre Collegiate Programs Resources Meet the Staff Home Career Development About Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer

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  • Senior Class Notes | Barnard College
    Career Development Programs Student Employment Services Students Alumnae Employers Parents Events News Home Commencement About the Ceremonies Home Commencement Archives Dean of the College Home About Student Handbook Parent Handbook Announcements Family Weekend Dean s Message Dean of Studies About Us Academic Advising Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Disability Services About the Office of Disability Services Student Info Faculty Info General Forms External Resources Frequently Asked Questions Health Services Primary Care Health Service Barnard Columbia Resources Rosemary Furman Counseling Center Alcohol Substance Awareness Program Well Woman Home Registrar Academic Calendar Registration and Program Filing Coursework at Barnard Obtaining External Credit Request a Transcript or other Document Home Residential Life Housing New Students Housing Options Residence Hall Handbook Employment Opportunities About Residential Life Housing Student Computing Services BCIT Accounts Email Computer Setup Security Internet Labs Printing Help Feedback Work for BCIT Home Student Life About Student Life New Student Orientation Program Community Programs Leadership and Social Justice Education Glicker Milstein Theatre Student Leadership Collective Resources for Student Organizations Calendar Title IX and Equity Policy and Procedures Reporting Resources Learn More News Events News News Archives Submit a Story Idea For the Media Events Upcoming Events Mailing List Sign Up Past Events Barnard Magazine Summer 2015 Spring 2015 Fall 2014 Summer 2014 Spring 2014 Winter 2014 Fall 2013 Summer 2013 Spring 2013 Winter 2013 Fall 2012 Summer 2012 Spring 2012 Winter 2012 Fall 2011 Summer 2011 Spring 2011 Winter 2011 Fall 2010 Summer 2010 Spring 2010 Winter 2010 Fall 2009 Summer 2009 Spring 2009 Winter 2009 Magazine Web Exclusives Feature Stories Student Speak For the Media Press Policies Faculty Experts Press Releases In the News Quick menu Quick Links Students Alumnae Parents Faculty Staff gBear myBarnard Directory GIVE to BARNARD Dean of Studies In this section About Us Academic Advising First Year Sophomore Junior Senior Transfer International Commuters Double Degree Program with the Jewish Theological Seminary Spelman Howard Exchange Programs Fellowships and Scholarships Resumed Baccalaureate Information for Seniors Requests for Exceptions to Academic Policy or Petitions for the Committee on Programs and Academic Standing Grade Grievance Procedure Policies Procedures Academic Standing Leaves of Absence and Readmission Academic Support Peer to Peer Learning Graduate School Advising Post Baccalaureate Study Honor Code Calendars Announcements News Home Senior Class Notes Information for Seniors Policies regarding graduation and Commencement Students at Barnard can graduate i e receive their diplomas at three different points in the academic year May October or February Commencement however is a ceremony that takes place once a year in May at the close of an academic year For example this year s Senior class will participate in Commencement exercises in May 2016 In order to graduate i e receive your diploma from Barnard you need to have completed 122 credits 121 for transfer students all of your major or major and minor or double major requirements and all of your General Education Requirements In

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  • Transfer Students | Barnard College
    agreement and disagreement across and within cultures and historical periods Are deep conflicts of value susceptible to rational reflection and critical discussion Courses on the history and politics of human rights moral philosophy religion or the ethics of bioengineering fall under this rubric but so might courses exploring post liberal politics environmentalism and animal rights race gender and global equity Students who complete a course satisfying this requirement should be able to attain at least one of the following outcomes Explain how individuals or cultures arrive at judgments expressions or embodiments of their deeply held commitments Engage in debate and discussion of moral reasoning and ethical practice in different cultures and historical periods Discuss how differences in deeply held convictions emerge across cultures and historical periods Investigate how social religious and ethnic customs and ideas shape the moral attitudes and actions of individuals and groups Demonstrate a critical understanding of the complexity of moral questions and values SOCIAL ANALYSIS SOC Requirement One course that prepares students to analyze societies and social categories using systematic theoretical and empirical inquiry These courses must critically and constructively evaluate social structures and practices Aim Social analysis investigates and explains the form and function of social institutions including the categories on which they are based their informal and formal operations and their effects It is especially concerned with how institutions vary across time and place how they are shaped by individual and group behaviors and how power is distributed across different groups Students will study individuals groups or institutions or the relations among them They will engage empirical evidence from a variety of sources such as interviews oral histories cultural artifacts surveys field observation experiments texts and official records They will learn strategies to make sense of these data such as causal reasoning hypotheses testing and critical analyses of the meanings and measures of empirical categories Fundamentally social analysis questions what is and contemplates what could or should be Students who complete a course satisfying this requirement should be able to attain at least one of the following outcomes Apply the methods of research and inquiry of a discipline to the study of human behavior in a social setting context Evaluate the usefulness of evidence for assessing any specific phenomenon and to question the nature of the evidence Demonstrate a critical understanding about the social forces that shape opportunity and power in society Demonstrate a critical understanding of the interplay between individual action and collective social life HISTORICAL STUDIES HIS Requirement One course enabling students to study times and traditions of the past to learn theories and methods of historical analysis and to discover how different concepts of history shape our understanding of both past and present Aim To emphasize the importance of historical knowledge for understanding various aspects of human experience and activity and to develop the skills necessary to conduct or evaluate historical research Coursework will demonstrate how history is not a simple record of past events but an interpretation of the past shaped by the theories methods and data used to construct it Among the questions to be raised are Whose past is remembered How is it remembered To serve what purposes CULTURES IN COMPARISON CUL Requirement One course that compares two or more cultures from the perspectives of the humanities and or social sciences Aim To study the diversity and the commonality of human experience and to examine and question personal cultural assumptions and values in relation to others Through comparative methods courses will explore the beliefs ideologies and practices of different peoples in different parts of the world across time and through migrations Courses may include comparison of cultures from two or more geographical areas or from two or more cultures within one area and may approach the subject matter using anthropological historical social and or humanistic perspectives LABORATORY SCIENCE SCI Requirement Students must complete one year of science two lectures and two labs in the fields of Astronomy Biology Chemistry Environmental Science Physics or Psychology Acceptable courses must meet for at least three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week The student must pass both the lecture and the laboratory portions of the course and the College strongly suggests that the two be taken concurrently Aim To develop intellectual curiosity about the natural world and the processes of scientific experimentation to convey an understanding of what is known or can be known about the natural world to introduce basic methods of analyzing and synthesizing the sources of scientific information and to create scientifically literate citizens who can engage productively in problem solving Students are expected to master the tools of science and current understanding in one area and are encouraged to explore the limitations of existing theories and to learn how to ask strategic questions Laboratory exercises introduce students to techniques of scientific investigation as they make observations carry out experimental procedures and learn how results and analyses are communicated in specific visual quantitative and written forms Note Students may fulfill part of this requirement with scores of 4 or 5 on Advanced Placement examinations in biology chemistry environmental science and physics or their Higher Level International Baccalaureate equivalents Students who have earned scores of 4 or 5 on the AP examination in biology chemistry environmental science or physics will receive 3 points of credit Students with such scores in environmental science or physics should bring their laboratory notebooks to Barnard The department chair will assess the laboratory work in the AP course and if it is acceptable the student will be granted additional credit environmental science 1 5 points physics 1 point AP credit in biology or physics can be used as one term of the laboratory science requirement if the student continues in the same science In environmental science AP credit exempts from the lecture component of EESC BC1001 a student whose lab notebook is approved by the department may complete the requirement with EESC BC1002 lecture plus lab but those without an approved notebook may receive credit only towards graduation not towards fulfilling the requirement See the departmental website for complete information Students with an International Baccalaureate score of 5 or higher in Higher Level Biology have satisfied one semester of the lab science requirement and should complete the requirement with BIOL BC 1002 or one 1500 level lecture plus one 1500 level lab Students with an International Baccalaureate score of 5 or higher in Higher Level Physics have satisfied the entire lecture portion of the science requirement and should complete the science requirement with the PHYS 1291 and PHYS 1292 labs Students with French Baccalaureate credit for Biology Life Science have satisfied one semester of the lab science requirement and should complete the requirement with BIOL BC 1002 or one 1500 level lecture plus one 1500 level lab Students with AP credit or with one semester of a laboratory science should consult individual departments about the appropriate courses to complete the requirements QUANTITATIVE AND DEDUCTIVE REASONING QUA Requirement One course in which the major topics are mathematics methods of empirical analysis using quantitative data or the use of symbolic manipulation to solve problems These courses can count both toward a major or distribution requirement and or the Quantitative Reasoning Requirement Aim To provide a productive acquaintance with at least one means of quantitative and deductive reasoning and to develop an ability to apply this knowledge to the analysis of new problems Coursework will emphasize how quantitative analysis and deductive reasoning function as creative elegant and powerful ways of thinking and as effective sets of conceptual tools and procedures with widespread applications Note Students may fulfill this requirement by securing Advanced Placement credit in mathematics chemistry computer science physics a score of 5 in statistics or their Higher Level International Baccalaureate equivalents or their equivalent transfer credit A student has satisfied the quantitative and deductive reasoning requirement if she receives an AP score of 4 or 5 in calculus chemistry physics or statistics or a score of 5 or higher in Higher Level Chemistry Higher Level Mathematics or Higher Level Physics on the International Baccalaureate However credit for physics may be used for either the science requirement or the quantitative and deductive reasoning requirement not both Students with a math science French Baccalaureate American or European have satisfied the quantitative and deductive reasoning requirement Students who are uncertain as to whether to register for Calculus I should contact Professor Walter Neumann wneuman barnard edu Students who feel unprepared for Calculus but wish to fulfill the Quantitative Reasoning requirement with a different mathematics course should consider STAT W1001 Introduction to Statistical Reasoning or STAT W1111 Introduction to Statistics without Calculus LANGUAGE LAN Requirement Competence in one ancient or modern language other than English demonstrated by completion of minimally the fourth sequential semester of college level study and preferably a more advanced course with greater emphasis on literary and cultural traditions Aim To provide basic linguistic competence in at least one language other than English in order to familiarize students with the language literature and culture of at least one non English speaking people Students are encouraged to develop their language skills to a level that permits them to live and function in another country to enable them to conduct research whatever their field and to prepare them to work effectively in an increasingly global and multicultural society In becoming familiar with the form and structure of another language students consider how languages function as tools for communication Students are encouraged to apply their language skills in courses that fulfill other general education requirement areas Note The requirement may be satisfied by the fourth semester Intermediate II or by a language or literature course for which the fourth semester is a prerequisite Students may qualify for satisfaction of the foreign language requirement in the following ways SAT II Subject Test score of 781 or higher in a foreign language in Hebrew a score of 700 or above satisfies the foreign language requirement No exemptions are granted for SAT II Subject Test scores in Japanese or Korean AP score of 4 or 5 in French German Italian Latin or Spanish AP score of 5 in Chinese Score of 60 or higher on the Hebrew University Language and Literature Examination Jerusalem Examination Course work at the previous institution Departmental placement examination International Baccalaureate credit If the high school language of instruction was not English international students may fulfill the foreign language requirement in English following completion of one year at Barnard and students whose native language is English may fulfill the requirement with the high school language of instruction e g French for alumnae of the Lycée Français A Placement based on re centered SAT II Subject Test Scores is as follows for French and Spanish for German Level 4 Intermediate II 690 780 680 780 Level 3 Intermediate I 570 689 570 679 Level 2 Elementary II 420 569 400 569 Level 1 Elementary I Below 420 Below 400 The College will also administer placement examinations in French and German in September and January The Spanish placement exam is available year round on myBarnard edu These examinations are open to any student seeking placement beyond the first term elementary level who has no SAT II Subject Test score They are also open to any student who believes she can improve her placement Columbia offers placement exams in additional languages WARNING Placement by this examination however is FINAL and supersedes placement by SAT II score or on the basis of course work completed at the student s previous college Times and locations for Fall 2015 Language Placement Exams will be included on the website for the New Student Orientation Program NSOP N B Failure to determine appropriate placement during the orientation period in some instances results in a one year delay in language study Placement in a language does not guarantee availability of or space in a particular course Regardless of the language placement indicated on the transfer credit evaluation a transfer student who plans to study a foreign language beyond the first term elementary level must consult with the appropriate department before classes start Results of Barnard language placement examinations are available at the Registrar s Office and are posted by the departments No credit is granted for the first semester of an elementary language course unless the second semester or a higher level has been completed either at Barnard or elsewhere A one time only exception to this policy may be granted upon the student s written request to the Registrar LITERATURE LIT Requirement One course in literature in any language in the original or in translation or in comparative literature Aim To develop the skills needed for an informed and aesthetically rewarding reading of literary texts from various times places and traditions Coursework will address the methods and theories by which readers produce meanings and interpretations and will investigate the pertinence of material such as the authors biographies or their cultural contexts to literary analysis Students will study rhetorical strategies employed in literature becoming more adept at grasping the underlying assumptions and appeal of various forms of discourse THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS ART Requirement One course in architecture art history studio art graphic design dance music film or theatre Aim To build an understanding and appreciation of creative processes and forms of artistic expression Courses will provide insight into the ways art is used to explore and enrich the world and the human condition The requirement will enable students to cultivate their skills to develop an understanding of the ways various arts communicate and are discussed and to consider works of art in their complex social and historical contexts PHYSICAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENT PE Requirement One course Transfer students entering with 24 points or more are required to take one semester of physical education to be completed by the end of the junior year unless they have already completed one semester of physical education at their previous school Courses in physical education are taken in addition to the 120 academic points required for the degree Dance technique courses may be taken to fulfill the Physical Education requirement Transfer students may receive credit for only one PE course A dance course taken beyond satisfaction of the physical education requirement receives 1 point of academic credit with a maximum of six courses for non dance majors consult the online Barnard Catalogue Students participating on varsity athletic teams should add the appropriate course to their programs Back to the top of the page MAJORS AND MINORS Transfer students who enter as juniors should declare their majors immediately Sophomores must choose their majors in the second semester of the sophomore year Requirements for the major are described in the individual department and program sections of the online Barnard Catalogue Students should also consult a member of the faculty in their chosen department Transfer students must complete a minimum of six courses for the major while attending Barnard Major courses often have prerequisites which transfers should complete early on This is especially the case with majors in music architecture computer science economics mathematics and the sciences particularly chemistry and biochemistry in which courses are often strictly sequential Back to the top of the page PRE COLLEGE COURSE CREDIT Up to 15 points for standard liberal arts college work taken by a non matriculated student in an accredited college and recorded on a regular college transcript The course s must be taken in a college building be taught by college faculty contain regular college students or be open to them for credit No credit for College programs for high school students taught in the high school by high school teachers College programs for high school students taught by college professors but within high school facilities Special courses for high school students only even in a college building CREDIT FOR A P EXAMS Please refer to the relevant section of the Registar s website http barnard edu registrar external credit ap NOTE Credit will be granted either for AP or for the equivalent college course but not for both A student who has taken an Advanced Placement examination and whose scores satisfy Barnard s requirements should have ETS send her scores immediately to the Office of the Registrar 107 Milbank Hall The address is Educational Testing Service A P Examinations P O Box 6671 Princeton New Jersey 08541 telephone number 609 921 9000 The Barnard code is 2038 Students may apply Advanced Placement credit toward the degree only as described above AP credit may not be applied toward fulfillment of major requirements except as indicated in the chart above Note that AP credit is not acceptable if it brings the number of transfer credits above 61 CREDITS FOR IB EXAMS OR DIPLOMAS Students who have received an International Baccalaureate diploma may receive credit for the number of points indicated on the diploma up to a maximum of 30 points Students who have taken Higher Level examinations may be eligible for credit based on their scores and the policy of the Barnard department concerned As much as one year of degree credit 30 points may be granted The following chart gives a brief listing of credits and exemptions awarded on the basis of Higher Level examinations Department IB Score Credit Notes Biological Sciences 5 6 or 7 3 pts Exemption from BIOL BC1001 and fulfillment of one semester of Lab Science requirements Chemistry 5 6 or 7 3 pts Exemption from CHEM BC1002 and fulfillment of QUA Computer Science 5 6 or 7 6 pts Exemption from COMS W1004 and exemption from COMS W1007 possible with instructor approval and fulfillment of QUA Economics 5 6 or 7 3 pts English 5 6 or 7 3 pts Environmental Science 5 6 or 7 3 pts Exemption from EESC BC1001 lecture and fulfillment of QUA or exemption from EESC BC1001 lab 4 5 pts and fulfillment of one semester of Lab Science requirement only

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