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Freshman students gain a solid foundation of knowledge and skills in these programs, designed especially to prepare them for advanced studies in a wide range of subject areas. Plus, freshmen have the opportunity to work with a wide mix of students - in age, experience, and stages of learning. Core programs introduce you to Evergreen's interdisciplinary studies approach; you'll learn how to write more effectively, read more carefully, analyze arguments, reason both quantitatively and mathematically, work cooperatively in small groups and use campus resources such as the library. In addition, freshmen can explore all-level programs, which enroll a mix of freshmen through seniors, and some programs for sophomores and above may admit a particularly well-qualified freshman. Academic Advising can assist you if you are interested in one of these more advanced programs. Learn more...

      Program offerings beginning Fall quarter Quarters    
Updated/Status Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
11.11.2005
American Frontiers: Critical Histories     Yes
Revised
02.17.2006
Asian Culture and Art Yes Yes
  Belief and Truth        
Revised
02.28.2006
Borders of Identity: Forging a Critical Practice of Solidarity Yes Yes
  Buddhist Psychotherapy        
NEW, Revised
11.11.2005
Consuming Utopia: From Wilderness to Wal-Mart     Yes
Revised
11.21.2005
Emerging Order: What to Make of It?     Yes
NEW, Revised
11.28.2005
Friendship     Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Growing Up Global FW     Yes
Revised
02.28.2006
History and Evolution of Disease F W S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Imaging the Body FW     Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Introduction to Environmental Studies: Land FW     Yes
Revised
02.28.2006
Introduction to Natural Science FW S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Language and Law FW     Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
Legacy of the American Dream: Media and Nature FW     Yes
Revised
03.08.2006
Looking Backward: America in the 20th Century FW S Yes  
Revised
11.11.2005
Madness and Creativity: The Psychological Link FW      
Revised
11.21.2005
The Physicist's World FW     Yes
Revised
11.14.2005
Public Works: Democracy and Design FW     Yes
  Reading "Jouissance as Ananda" F       
Revised
02.28.2006
Res Publica: Examining the Body Politic FW S No Yes
Revised
11.11.2005
So You Want to Be a Teacher? Exploring Issues of Development, Learning and Schooling FW     Yes
  Think Abstract F       
Revised
11.11.2005
The Voice of the Poem and Other Musics FW      
      Program offerings beginning Winter quarter Quarters    
Updated/Status Program Title F W S Accepts Students Spring Qtr Sig Req'd
Revised
03.14.2006
Awareness   W S Yes  
Revised
02.17.2006
Drawing from the Sea   W S No  
Revised
02.28.2006
Indigenous Peoples and Ecological Change   W S No Yes
  Northwest Crafts   W      
      Program offerings beginning Spring quarter Quarters  
Updated/Status Program Title F W S Sig Req'd
Revised
07.25.2005
Algebra to Algorithms: An Introduction to Mathematics for Science and Computing     S  
  Animated Visions: Allegories of Resistance     S  
Revised
04.04.2006
Art of Conversation     S  
  Columbia River: Origins, Salmon and Culture     S  
Revised
11.28.2005
Experimental Puppet Theater, Object Theater and Dance     S  
New, Revised
03.22.2006
Field Ecology     S Yes
New
02.10.2006
Geopolitical and Economic Context of American Public Lands and Natural Resources     S  
  The Incisive Line     S  
NEW, Revised
11.28.2005
Inventing Systems with Music and Movement Theater     S  
  Jefferson's American West     S  
Revised
01.05.2006
Leadership on the Wild Side     S  
Revised
10.18.2005
Nation and Narration: Mexico/Brazil     S  
NEW
12.15.2005
Reenacting Conflict: Artists at Work     S  
Revised
02.10.2006
So You Want to Be a Psychologist?     S  
Revised
02.17.2006
Student Originated Studies: Internships in the Public Service     S Yes
  Theater Intensive: Stage Production     S Yes
  Thinking Straight     S  
Revised
02.07.2005
What's Love Got To Do With It? Contemporary Issues in Sexuality, Marriage and Family Life     S  
NEW
02.01.2006
Whats Your Question?
    S  
NEW
01.06.2006
Vietnam and Iraq War: Uncomfortable Parallels?     S  
  William Faulkner: Yoknapatawpha Saga     S  
Revised
02.10.2006
Written in Stone     S  
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