"Jans" arrive on a cold but sunny campus to officially begin their Hamilton experience and take part in new student orientation.
SEA SEMESTER COURSE OFFERINGS FOR HAMILTON JANUARY ADMITS
Sustainability in Polynesian Island Cultures & Ecosystems (SPICE), Fall 2019
- Students will enroll in a total of 17 semester hours.
- Students must earn a B- or better in each course to earn a total of 4 units of Hamilton credit.
- QSR – Quantitative & Symbolic Reasoning. One of the courses offered on this program fulfill the QSR requirements. This is a requirement for graduation.
- WI – The writing-intensive requirement consists of 3 writing-intensive courses, each taken in a different semester. One needs to be outside of the student’s major(s). None of these courses fulfill this requirement so students should register for a writing-intensive course during the first two semesters at Hamilton.
All of the students on this program will be taking the following pre-approved courses:
Cultural Landscapes & Seascapes: A Sense of Place (300-level, 3 credits)
This course will count as an Environmental Studies elective.
Nautical Science (200-level, 3 credits)
This course will count as a general elective and will fulfill the QSR requirement.
Marine Environmental History (300-level, 4 credits)
This course will count an Environmental Studies elective.
Oceanography (200-level, 3 credits)
This course will count as a Geoscience elective. Students will be allowed to take Geosc 112 (The Marine Environment) at Hamilton.
Marine History and Culture (300-level, 4 credits)
This course will count as general credit. It will not count towards a History major or minor.