Office of the Registrar
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Email: reg@Dartmouth.EDU

Organization, Regulations, and Courses 2019-20


Unspecified Graduate Courses

Courses allowable for undergraduates include:

 

UNSG 295 Experiential Learning and Analysis in the Sciences

This course requires an internship or other external practical training experience related to the student’s program of study in the Sciences. The course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply academic principles and skills in real situations outside the classroom. Hands-on experience with existing enterprises can create a valuable training and enrichment experience for students in the Sciences.  Students will be required to submit a written plan for the internship, a mid-term report, and a final paper that reflects on their experience and the ways in which it enhanced and furthered the student’s academic program of study. This course does not count toward the number of courses required for any Dartmouth degree. Students receive a pass/fail (CR/NC) grade based on evaluation from on-site, internship supervisor and faculty review of the required reports. This course may be taken in fall, winter, spring or summer term, but can only be taken twice during the student’s degree program.  Each student enrolled must have declared a major.  International students with immigration sponsorship from Dartmouth College should consult the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) about the application process and eligibility for employment authorization to complete the internship or other external practical training experience.  F-1 students may only enroll during an eligible, earned leave term following a minimum of three consecutive enrolled terms of R, O or X based on the student’s D-Plan.  Permission of the Guarini Graduate School Dean’s Office is required to enroll.

 

UNSG 296 Experiential Learning and Analysis in the Social Sciences

This course requires an internship or other external practical training experience related to the student’s program of study in the Social Sciences. The course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply academic principles and skills in real situations outside the classroom. Hands-on experience with existing enterprises can create a valuable training and enrichment experience for students in the Social Sciences.  Students will be required to submit a written plan for the internship, a mid-term report, and a final paper that reflects on their experience and the ways in which it enhanced and furthered the student’s academic program of study. This course does not count toward the number of courses required for any Dartmouth degree. Students receive a pass/fail (CR/NC) grade based on evaluation from on-site, internship supervisor and faculty review of the required reports. This course may be taken in fall, winter, spring or summer term, but can only be taken twice during the student’s degree program.  Each student enrolled must have declared a major.  International students with immigration sponsorship from Dartmouth College should consult the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) about the application process and eligibility for employment authorization to complete the internship or other external practical training experience.  F-1 students may only enroll during an eligible, earned leave term following a minimum of three consecutive enrolled terms of R, O or X based on the student’s D-Plan.  Permission of the Guarini Graduate School Dean’s Office is required to enroll.

 

UNSG 297 Experiential Learning and Analysis in the Arts & Humanities

This course requires an internship or other external practical training experience related to the student’s program of study in the Arts and Humanities. The course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply academic principles and skills in real situations outside the classroom. Hands-on experience with existing enterprises can create a valuable training and enrichment experience for students in the Arts and Humanities.  Students will be required to submit a written plan for the internship, a mid-term report, and a final paper that reflects on their experience and the ways in which it enhanced and furthered the student’s academic program of study. This course does not count toward the number of courses required for any Dartmouth degree. Students receive a pass/fail (CR/NC) grade based on evaluation from on-site, internship supervisor and faculty review of the required reports. This course may be taken in fall, winter, spring or summer term, but can only be taken twice during the student’s degree program.  Each student enrolled must have declared a major.  International students with immigration sponsorship from Dartmouth College should consult the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) about the application process and eligibility for employment authorization to complete the internship or other external practical training experience.  F-1 students may only enroll during an eligible, earned leave term following a minimum of three consecutive enrolled terms of R, O or X based on the student’s D-Plan.  Permission of the Guarini Graduate School Dean’s Office is required to enroll.

  

 

UNSG 298 Experiential Learning and Analysis in Interdisciplinary Studies

 

This course requires an internship or other external practical training experience related to the student’s program of study in Interdisciplinary Studies. The course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to apply academic principles and skills in real situations outside the classroom. Hands-on experience with existing enterprises can create a valuable training and enrichment experience for students in Interdisciplinary Studies.  Students will be required to submit a written plan for the internship, a mid-term report, and a final paper that reflects on their experience and the ways in which it enhanced and furthered the student’s academic program of study. This course does not count toward the number of courses required for any Dartmouth degree. Students receive a pass/fail (CR/NC) grade based on evaluation from on-site, internship supervisor and faculty review of the required reports. This course may be taken in fall, winter, spring or summer term, but can only be taken twice during the student’s degree program.  Each student enrolled must have declared a major.  International students with immigration sponsorship from Dartmouth College should consult the Office of Visa and Immigration Services (OVIS) about the application process and eligibility for employment authorization to complete the internship or other external practical training experience.  F-1 students may only enroll during an eligible, earned leave term following a minimum of three consecutive enrolled terms of R, O or X based on the student’s D-Plan.  Permission of the Guarini Graduate School Dean’s Office is required to enroll.