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  • Psychology | Whittier College
    Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Psychology Homepage Slider Department of Psychology Prev Next In This Section Psychology Mobile About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Psychology Psychology On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Within the Department of Psychology at Whittier College students and faculty study how people think and behave Our psychology courses provide background in the social cultural developmental mental emotional and biological bases of behavior The primary goal of our curriculum is to enable students to think like psychologists Contact DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY Stauffer Science Building 562 907 4291 562 464 4509 fax Psychology 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 hallmark of the liberal arts curriculum and a rite of passage for many American undergraduates In More Saturday November 21 2015 Professor Hill Presents Relationship Research in Italy Professor of social psychology Chuck Hill presented his cross cultural research study on intimate relationships at the

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  • Religious Studies | Whittier College
    Religious Studies Professor Joe Price finds religion in sports Read more Alumni Spotlight Religion touches everything even if it s not obvious A Q A with religious studies alumna Kristina Shaw 11 Read more Prev Next In This Section Religious Studies Mobile About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Resources Links Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Religious Studies Religious Studies On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments The Religious Studies curriculum at Whittier College equips students with skills to understand and interpret the complex role of religion in society past and present local and global Focusing on religion as a social institution and as a significant component of cultural diversity the program pushes students to investigate how religious traditions are embedded in local environments Because of its diverse character the greater Los Angeles region provides an ideal opportunity for field trips and other activities that encourage students to apply and enhance what they learn in the classroom setting The program sees the inquiry into religious practices and beliefs as an occasion for becoming self conscious about both theoretical issues in the study of religion and the search for meaning and values Contact DEPARTMENT OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES Platner Hall First Floor 562 907 4290 562 464 4517 fax Religious Studies 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

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  • Social Work | Whittier College
    involved in your community whatever that means for you A Q A with social work alumna Angel Y Rodriguez 97 Read more Prev Next In This Section Social Work Mobile About Majors Minors Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Resources Links Faculty Research Fieldwork Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Social Work Social Work On 30 Apr 2013 By admin 0 Comments The Department of Social Work at Whittier College is comprised of a group of students faculty and social service agencies committed to personal growth and social justice Through our learning we identify ways to grow evolve and make a difference in our world The Department of Social Work offers major and minor programs and is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education Many social work students continue their growth after Whittier in generalist social work practice or through accredited MSW programs Social work majors may qualify for advanced standing in MSW programs reducing the number of required graduate units Social work students also benefit from the department s strong network of local and global social work organizations and social work alumni who are leaders in the profession Prospective students interested in social work and social or economic justice are encouraged to contact the department to explore the program and learn more about career options Contact Paula Mangum Sheridan Ph D L C S W Chair Department of Social Work Platner Hall Office 109 562 907 4804 psheridan whittier edu Social Work About Faculty Research Fieldwork 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

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  • Sociology | Whittier College
    of the connection between individuals and society between personal troubles and public issues Learn more Picked Clean Students help in border clean up Read more A Look Inside Workshop in Urban Studies to Food and Food Systems a preview of our sociology courses Learn more Prev Next In This Section Sociology Mobile About Faculty Research Fieldwork Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Sociology Sociology On 23 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Sociology is the study of social relations associations and institutions in human societies It seeks to develop reliable understanding about the nature of social organization Rooted in the tradition of C Wright Mills the study of sociology at Whittier College provides graduates with a solid liberal arts background for a broad variety of careers Our graduates are employed in fields such as professional sociology urban planning union organizing community development non profit organizations health services education and teaching juvenile and criminal justice systems social work social research and data analysis public administration law politics racial and minority relations business and local state and federal government We invite you to learn more about us Contact DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY Platner Hall First Floor 562 907 4290 562 464 4517 fax Sociology 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

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  • Theatre & Communication Arts | Whittier College
    Judas Iscariot November 2013 The Glass Menagerie Spring 2013 Picasso at the Lapin Agile Spring 2013 Prev Next In This Section Theatre Mobile Menu About Majors Minors Preview of Courses Honor Society Clubs Organizations Facilities Scholarships Auditions Resources Links Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support You are here Home Academics Theatre Communication Arts Theatre Communication Arts On 1 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Our curtain rises to welcome you to the Department of Theatre and Communication Arts at Whittier College Located 23 miles from the heart of downtown Los Angeles arts district the Theatre Department strives to provide a balanced preparatory foundation exposing students to multiple approaches and applications of theatre all of which is firmly based in the liberal arts tradition Students majoring within the department follow a program of study designed to stimulate awareness of our cultural traditions and to explore the creative abilities of each individual We provide courses in the areas of performance directing theatre history and dramatic literature and stage design and technology We also offer classes in speech communication film history and criticism and video production Contact Department of Theatre Communication Arts Shannon Center 562 907 4202 562 698 4902 fax Theatre Communication Arts About Faculty Productions Internships Fellowships Study Abroad After Whittier Support Theatre Facebook 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 Wednesday January 20 2016 Playwright and Author of Real Women Have Curves to Give

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  • Health Sciences, Pre-Professional Program | Whittier College
    goes beyond the confines of campus Students go out into the community to gain experience for the real world Learn more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Health Sciences Pre Professional Program Health Sciences Pre Professional Program On 3 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments Whittier provides excellent preparation in the basic fields required for admission to accredited professional schools There is a Health Science Advisory Committee of faculty members which works closely with each student Students should plan to complete a Bachelor s degree in a specific major before applying to the school Although it is possible to enter some schools upon completion of 90 semester credits most beginning health science students have completed four years of undergraduate work It is important that each student determines the specific courses required for the schools to which application is made Certain minimum requirements are common to most medical dental optometry chiropractic and veterinary schools These include one year of each of the following biology inorganic chemistry organic chemistry physics English Strongly recommended courses include math often through calculus additional biology i e Genetics embryology social and behavioral sciences biochemistry Other recommended courses are anatomy physiology microbiology quantitative analysis In addition participation in the Whittier College Health Professions Shadowing program is encouraged This program is designed to provide opportunities for students to learn what professionals really do in their fields Students observe

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  • Physical Therapy, Pre-Professional Program | Whittier College
    Whittier News Events Office of Communications News Releases Campus Events Calendar The Rock For the Media Emergency Information Athletics Athletics Alumni Get Involved Our Alumni Poet Awards Benefits Services Connect Whittier Weekend Information For Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Information for Students Alumni Parents Families Friends Neighbors Faculty Staff Apply Visit Search form Search Calendar Directory Campus Life Admission About Academics News Events Athletics Giving Alumni Academics Homepage Majors Minors Whittier offers more than 30 majors and minors across departments and interdisciplinary and pre professional programs Learn more Graduate Programs Those seeking an advanced degree from Whittier College can pursue the program in education or in law Learn more Active Learning At Whittier education goes beyond the confines of campus Students go out into the community to gain experience for the real world Learn more Prev Next In This Section Academics Mobile Menu Academics Home Departments Programs Majors Minors Pre Professional Programs Graduate Programs Liberal Education Program Goals Objectives Curriculum in Context Whittier Scholars Program Active Learning Centers of Distinction Faculty Masters Program International Study Summer Program Library Academic Services Honors Awards Honor Societies Academic Awards Fellowships Nerhood Teaching Award Academic Administration VP for Academic Affairs Registrar s Office Institutional Research Assessment Academic Requirements Policies Procedures You are here Home Academics Physical Therapy Pre Professional Program Physical Therapy Pre Professional Program On 7 May 2013 By admin 0 Comments This program is designed for students interested in pursuing physical therapy A major in Kinesiology and Nutrition Science is recommended Common prerequisites for application to physical therapy programs include general biology one year anatomy physiology one year general chemistry one year physics three semesters psychology one semester statistics Electives should be carefully selected with advisor s guidance about current requirements for entry to the physical therapy programs of

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  • Graduate Programs in Education | Whittier College
    Events Athletics Giving Alumni Education Homepage Slider graduate ACADEMICS IN ACTION Closing the Achievement Gaps between English Language Learners and Their Peers Prev Next In This Section Graduate Program in Education Mobile About Our Programs Requirements Credentialing Programs Masters in Education Preview of Courses Broadoaks School Faculty Research Fieldwork Applying Teacher Performance Assessment You are here Home Academics Graduate Programs in Education Graduate Programs in Education On 25 Apr 2013 By Anonymous not verified 0 Comments Whittier s Graduate Programs in Education include both credential and Master of Arts in Education degree programs that further the institution s tradition of excellence in the preparation of teachers In depth study of various pedagogical issues occurs within the context of Whittier s liberal arts perspective Our faculty includes outstanding teachers and administrators with advanced academic degrees and professional experience in their specialty areas Among the themes that unify graduate study at Whittier College are appreciation of diversity active construction of knowledge value of critical thinking and lifelong learning Whittier has been committed to excellence in education for nearly a century Our graduates can readily be found in many school districts in Southern California as teachers and administrators a testament to the success of our programs over many years Download the Graduate Programs in Education Spring 2016 Program For more information on Whittier College s Graduate Programs in Education please submit an electronic information request form or contact the program office Contact GRADUATE PROGRAMS IN EDUCATION Philadelphia House 562 907 4248 562 464 4596 fax Graduate Program in Education About Our Programs Requirements Preview of Courses Broadoaks School Faculty Research Fieldwork Applying Teacher Performance Assessment Education Facebook Department News Monday January 11 2016 Faculty Members Lead Travel Courses During JanTerm The study abroad experience has long been a hallmark of the liberal arts

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