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  • Anthropology | Whittier College
    What does it mean to be human As a student of anthropology at Whittier you ll seek to answer that question Learn more A LOOK INSIDE Religion Magic and Witchcraft to Understanding Cultures preview some of our anthropology courses at Whittier Learn more Prev Next In This Section Anthropology Mobile Anthropology Home About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Anthropology Anthropology On 23 Apr 2013 By admin 0 Comments The Department of Anthropology brings students and scholars together to understand human experience in all of its fullness Students enhance this big picture understanding through stimulating research fieldwork and courses that integrate anthropology s historical cultural and biological perspectives Whittier offers two alternatives for a major in anthropology an intra departmental anthropology sociology major and an interdisciplinary major in cross cultural studies A minor in anthropology is also available Whatever they choose to pursue anthropology students graduate from Whittier prepared for advanced study of the field and careers ranging from law to religion business to education Contact DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY Platner Hall Second Floor 562 907 4290 562 464 4517 fax Anthropology About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies French Cultural Studies Gender Studies Global Cultural Studies History Kinesiology Nutrition Science 3 3 Law Program Latino Studies Mathematics Modern Languages Literatures Music Philosophy Physics and Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Work Sociology Theatre Communication Arts Whittier Scholars Program Department News Monday January 11 2016 Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm The study abroad experience has long been a

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  • Art & Art History | Whittier College
    more In Focus Browse through an online showcase of creative works by Whittier students Click to view Art that Mourns Professor Daniel Jauregui spends time with students weaving together a unique art piece Read more Prev Next In This Section Art Art History Mobile Art Art History Home About Faculty Student Gallery Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Art Art History Art Art History On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments By pursuing an art major at Whittier College you will find yourself in the midst of one of the most vital art centers in the world Los Angeles The major in art offers three tracks Studio Art Art History and Art Art History The studio art track focuses upon the creation of artworks drawings paintings prints sculptures ceramic pieces photographs and videos Art history is the study of art objects and their relationship to culture Students who pursue an Art Art History degree are offered balanced insight into both studio art and art history Courses offer students the opportunity to visit a wide variety of museums to enjoy some of the most acclaimed art collections in the country A degree in art can lead to graduate study or to a career in a wide variety of art related fields Contact DEPARTMENT OF ART ART HISTORY Wardman Art Center 562 907 4255 562 464 4551 fax Art Art History About Faculty Student Gallery Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies French Cultural Studies Gender Studies Global Cultural Studies History Kinesiology Nutrition Science 3 3 Law Program Latino Studies Mathematics Modern Languages Literatures Music Philosophy

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  • Biology | Whittier College
    Read more Enthusiastic and Inquisitive The Department of Biology at Whittier strives to produce graduates that understand the scientific principles that govern living systems Learn more Prev Next In This Section Biology Mobile Biology Home About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Biology Biology On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments The Department of Biology at Whittier College offers courses designed to produce graduates with a strong background in the organization and complexity of living systems hypothesis testing and experimental design and oral and written presentation of data Our biology students understand that the best way to use science is to do science not just learn about science Students carry out science at all levels as virtually all of our courses have a mandatory laboratory component We also take advantage of our local environment using the nearby San Gabriel Mountains the Mojave and Sonoran deserts and the Pacific coast as areas for field studies As a result our students are prepared for a variety of careers within educational systems or institutions as capable researchers within the health professions or in the business world Contact DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY Stauffer Science Building 4th Floor 562 907 4240 562 698 4905 fax Biology About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Faculty Profile Whittier College s faculty is a true reflection of the dynamic energy and diverse perspectives that characterize both our student body and our campus culture DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies French Cultural Studies Gender Studies Global Cultural Studies History Kinesiology Nutrition Science 3 3 Law Program Latino Studies Mathematics Modern Languages Literatures Music

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  • Business Administration | Whittier College
    Spotlight A Q A with business alumna Ashley Aceves 07 internal consultant at Southern California Edison Read more Contextualizing China Business course brings U S China relations to light Read more Prev Next In This Section Business Mobile Business Home About Majors Minors Business Administration Major Minor Mathematics Business Major Organizational Leadership Minor Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Business Administration Business Administration On 24 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Business Administration at Whittier College BSAD is truly a multifaceted subject combining accounting finance information systems international business management marketing and operations together into one cohesive major As a business administration student you will develop a good understanding of the disciplines of business and their social and organizational environments helping you embark on rewarding careers in business government and non profits alike The Department offers both a major and minor in Business Administration and participates in the interdisciplinary major Mathematics Business BSAD also encourages its majors and majors of other disciplines to take advantage of its newly launched Liberal Arts of Organizational Leadership Program which strategically integrates aspects and ideas from other disciplines namely humanities into existing business courses Contact DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Hoover Hall First Floor South 562 907 4256 562 907 4956 fax Business Administration About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies French Cultural Studies Gender Studies Global Cultural Studies History Kinesiology Nutrition Science 3 3 Law Program Latino Studies Mathematics Modern Languages Literatures Music Philosophy Physics and Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social Work Sociology

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  • Chemistry | Whittier College
    Lab Chemistry and biochemistry majors take full advantage of collaborative research opportunities Read more Alumni Spotlight Award winning biogeochemist educator and author James N Galloway 66 Read more Prev Next In This Section Chemistry Mobile Menu About After Whittier Clubs Organizations Facilities Faculty Honor Society Internships Fellowships Majors Minors Preview of Courses Research Fieldwork Resources Study Abroad Support You are here Home Academics Chemistry Chemistry On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments The Department of Chemistry at Whittier College is home to a dynamic group of scholars both faculty and students whose interests in the field of chemistry and biochemistry are broad and connect with many other fields and who have a strong foundational knowledge and a passion for conducting cutting edge research Among the graduates of our program are Ph D research chemists and biochemists doctors pharmacists teachers lawyers forensic scientists public health officials and genetic counselors to name a few Students in our program are encouraged to develop their ideas and test their theories through student faculty research projects within the department as well as through their own self designed senior project Contact DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY Upper Village 106 562 907 4240 562 698 4067 fax Chemistry About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Faculty Profile Whittier College s faculty is a true reflection of the dynamic energy and diverse perspectives that characterize both our student body and our campus culture DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies French Cultural Studies Gender Studies Global Cultural Studies History Kinesiology Nutrition Science 3 3 Law Program Latino Studies Mathematics Modern Languages Literatures Music Philosophy Physics and Astronomy Political Science Psychology Religious Studies Social

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  • Economics | Whittier College
    approach questions logically and methodically and to solve problems that relate to economic phenomena At Whittier College the study of economics provides students with a challenging classroom environment and opportunities to work closely with accomplished faculty The curriculum for the major which includes core theory courses topical electives and training in statistical analysis endows students with the tools to work in a range of fields including the law government higher education research and varied business oriented professions To accommodate these diverse career and graduate study options students are given the choice of three specialized concentrations of study leading to a degree Analytical Economics Business Economics and International Economics We also offer a general Economics concentration Economics classes are purposely kept accessible to other majors and the major itself is closely linked to other departments such as Business Administration Environmental Science Mathematics and Political Science through pairings and interdisciplinary courses thus offering graduates a wide breadth of knowledge and preparation Mission Statement The Mission of the Whittier College Department of Economics is to provide an economic perspective and awareness about social issues to create an appreciation of differing economic viewpoints to equip students with the tools needed to approach questions logically and methodically and to solve problems that relate to economic phenomena The department achieves this mission by offering a range of theory based and applied undergraduate courses that develop an understanding of the way in which economists address issues The courses prepare students for a wide variety of careers in education law business and government and for graduate study in economics Contact DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS Hoover Hall First Floor John Stauffer Lecture Laboratory 562 907 4256 562 907 4956 fax Economics About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Faculty Profile Whittier College s faculty is a

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  • Education & Child Development | Whittier College
    communities Read more Prev Next In This Section Education Child Development Menu Mobile Home About Majors Minors Child Development Major Minor and Permit Requirements Education Programs Minor Requirements Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Resources Links Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Education Child Development Education Child Development On 24 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments The Department of Education Child Development at Whittier College takes an interdisciplinary approach to preparing students with diverse interests for professional careers in a variety of fields including education child advocacy psychology social work counseling and the law Our faculty is as diverse as our students but all are active scholars and emphasize teaching and service to the college and community Courses often take students out of the classroom to work with the children and youth of local schools community programs and our own laboratory school Broadoaks Children s School Students also help faculty conduct research with children and publish journal articles in the field Studying child development prepares you to work with children and families in different contexts Studying education primarily prepares you to teach but also prepares you to work in a school setting in other capacities We have one of the highest rates of alumni who go directly to graduate school after graduation and we are particularly proud of our alumni who continue to help children and families in their communities Contact DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT Philadelphia House 562 907 4248 562 464 4596 fax Education Child Development About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support DEPARTMENTS PROGRAMS Anthropology Art Art History Biology Business Administration Chemistry Economics Education Child Development 3 2 Engineering Program English Language Literature Environmental Sciences Environmental Studies Film Studies

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  • 3-2 Engineering Program | Whittier College
    Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Resources Links Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics 3 2 Engineering Program 3 2 Engineering Program On 24 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments From building bridges to designing computer chips engineers apply the principles of science and mathematics to solve real world problems and are essential to the technology based economy of the modern world Engineers solve interesting technical problems in many contexts and in many industries finding their way into the top ranks of executives at major corporations Students in the 3 2 Program normally spend three years at Whittier College and two years attending an engineering school The five year program leads to a Bachelor of Arts degree from Whittier College in either physics math or chemistry and a bachelor of science degree in engineering from a university This program is not available to transfer students 3 2 Program students benefit from the broad intellectual training offered by a liberal arts college and the technical training offered by an engineering school Students who complete 3 2 engineering programs often find themselves choosing between excellent opportunities in graduate school and industry Currently Whittier College offers a joint 3 2 engineering program with the University of Southern California If a student transfers to a non affiliated university previously approved by the Registrar and the 3 2 Program Director and receives an engineering degree from that university then they may receive a Whittier degree through the 3 2 Engineering Program provided they have met all the requirements for that program as listed in the Whittier College Catalog Two issues that students should take note of are the following 1 After a student transfers to an engineering school as part of the 3 2 program financial

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