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Sabtu, 04 Juni 2016

FAQ: the Nine Ways of Knowing for the Class of 2019

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the nine ways of knowing

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Some years ago, the Nine Ways of Knowing were reviewed and clarified by Barnard's Committee on Instruction, and two of the categories were changed accordingly. Because many online resources are comprehensive, you will sometimes see references to General Education Requirements that apply to previous generations of students.

So when you look at the list of classes that fulfill General Education Requirements, be sure to look at the lists of courses approved to fulfill "Ethics and Values" (not "Reason and Value") and "Social Analysis 2" (not "Social Analysis") when looking at the list of Current Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements or the Comprehensive List of Courses Satisfying General Education Requirements.  As always, you can also play this game.

Rabu, 25 Mei 2016

FAQ: using Psychology laboratory classes for the LAB requirement

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Title: FAQ: using Psychology laboratory classes for the LAB requirement
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the nine ways of knowing

As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.

As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.

As you know, the LAB requirement of the Nine Ways of Knowing must be fulfilled by taking two semesters of science courses that have attached laboratory sections, and the two semesters must be in the same science (e.g., two semesters of Biology with labs, two semesters of Environmental Science with labs). Lab courses are composed of at least two components: the lecture and the lab. (In some cases, the lab also has an additional required component called either a recitation or a lab lecture.) The lecture and lab typically must be taken concurrently, so students typically take two different semesters of lecture+lab (e.g., BIOL 1500 (lecture) + 1501 (lab) and then BIOL 1502 (lecture) + 1503 (lab), or EESC BC1001 (which includes both lecture and lab) and then EESC BC1002 (which includes both lecture and lab)).

In the case of Psychology, the configuration of lectures and labs can be slightly different. All students who wish to take Psychology courses must begin with PSYC BC1001 Introduction to Psychology, unless they have AP or IB credit for the course. Until somewhat recently, students who wanted to take Psychology laboratory courses for the LAB requirement would need to take Intro to Psychology as a prerequisite for all other courses, and then take two semesters of the lecture+lab courses to fulfill the LAB, so that the LAB requirement often meant a three-semester commitment, with one lecture course, then two separate lecture+lab courses. It is still possible to fulfill the LAB requirement in this way.


However, there is one lab that can be taken separately from the lecture component: PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in Experimental Psychology. This 1.5-credit lab can be taken concurrently with the Introduction to Psychology lecture to fulfill one semester of the LAB requirement; if students take PSYC BC1001 and PSYC BC1010 together, they would then take one more semester of a lecture+lab Psychology course to complete the LAB requirement. Alternatively, the PSYC 1010 lab can be taken at a later time than the lecture (and it is the only PSYC lab for which this is the case)--i.e., students can take PSYC BC1001 Intro to Psyc in one semester (or place out of it via AP or IB), and take PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory in another semester, and the combination will still be considered one full semester of the LAB requirement. In that case, students would still have a three-semester commitment, but the amount of coursework required over those three semesters would be a bit lighter than in the past, with one lecture course, one stand-alone lab, and one lecture+lab course. Note: The Psychology Department does not allow students to take PSYC BC1010 lab if they have already taken another lab course in the department.


Got Questions?If you have questions about the PSYC BC1010 Introductory Laboratory course or about other lecture+lab courses in the Psychology Department, or about fulfilling the LAB requirement with Psychology courses, please check the FAQs on the departmental website (http://psychology.barnard.edu/faqs),  visit the Psychology Department Office at 415Q Barnard Hall, or email the Department at psych@barnard.edu.