INTU 1000 Hist &Phil of Higher Education (3 Credit Hours)
This course examines the social and political history of higher education with special emphasis on the transformation of women and the college landscape from the early 20th century to present day. Using historical and literary frameworks to generate and address and answer questions about college women today, this course will provide Newcomb Scholars with the opportunity to examine the social and political culture of various decades and its influence on college culture, women's colleges, women in college, and narratives about college life.
INTU 1010 Special Topics (0-4 Credit Hours)
INTU 1011 Special Topics (0-4 Credit Hours)
INTU 1890 Service Learning: INTU 1000 (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 2000 Seeking Knowledge (3 Credit Hours)
This course will examine questions around the central theme, how do researchers in a particular discipline know when they have reached a conclusion, as a means to understand academic disciplines' perspectives and methods of research. Studying this question will enable Newcomb Scholars to examine how research questions of various academic disciplines are developed, how a study is set up/established and executed, and how researchers reach a conclusion. Scholars will also be exposed to research methods (qualitative and quantitative) and types of studies (case studies, historical, ethnographic, action research, to name a few). Newcomb Scholars have the opportunity to establish connections with faculty mentors in their fields or related fields.
Prerequisite(s): INTU 1000.
INTU 3000 Women Leading Change (3 Credit Hours)
Prerequisite(s): INTU 2000.
INTU 3010 Global Culture Awareness (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 3020 Cross Cultural Engagement (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 3030 Post Study Abroad Re-Entry (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 3880 Writing Intensive: INTU 3000 (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 3890 Service Learning: INTU 3000 (0-1 Credit Hours)
INTU 3891 Service Learning: INTU 3030 (0-1 Credit Hours)
INTU 3910 Special Topics (0-3 Credit Hours)
INTU 3920 Special Topics (0-3 Credit Hours)
INTU 4000 Newcomb Research Seminar (3 Credit Hours)
This course is designed to provide support and resources from the professor for students in the Newcomb Scholars Program to complete their independent research project. In this course, Newcomb Scholars will incorporate what they have researched and written in the previous seminars, finalize their research question, determine the appropriate research methods, and begin to answer that question in a comprehensive and systematic way that would be recognized by the relevant scholarly community as constituting original and important research. Each Scholar is expected to understand the work that has previously been done in her field and find a place for her research in that body of knowledge. Students will use their skills of analysis, criticism, and synthesis to address or respond to any relevant issues in their fields of study. Each student will present their research project at a campus conference in the Spring semester.
Prerequisite(s): INTU 2000.
INTU 4310 LSAT Review (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 4340 MCAT Review (1 Credit Hour)
INTU 4560 Study Abroad Internship (1-4 Credit Hours)
INTU 5380 Junior Year Abroad (1-6 Credit Hours)
INTU 7000 Year of Service Fall (0-12 Credit Hours)
INTU 7010 Year of Service Spring (0-12 Credit Hours)