Individual Study: Humanities and Social Sciences
Spring 2014 quarter
Individual Study offers opportunities for students to pursue their own courses of study and research through individual learning contracts or internships. Bill Arney sponsors individual learning contracts in the humanities and social sciences. All students, including first-year students and transfers, ready to do good work are welcome to make a proposal to Bill Arney. 12-16 variable credit options are available.
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Location and Schedule
Offered during: Day
Credits: 16 (Spring)
Variable Credit Options
Class standing: Freshmen–Senior
Maximum enrollment: 25
Students interested in Bill Arney's sponsorship should create a draft of a contract using the online contract process and, in that process, select Bill Arney as the sponsor. You should make this selection without soliciting a prior verbal commitment from Bill; he will examine all contracts submitted to him via the online application. Once you go through the Steps to Complete a Contract, you should choose the step to submit the contract "for approval." Then, even though Bill will get an automatic notification that you have submitted a contract, it would be prudent to send an email directly to Bill Arney (firstname.lastname@example.org) notifying him that a draft contract is ready for his review. He will then review and respond to the contract. If Bill does not respond within one week, please send another email reminding him that you have a contract awaiting review.
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