Visit the department web page for up-to-date information on department faculty, visiting lecturers, and special events. Psychology is the scientific study of human relationships, behavior, thought, and emotion. Its subject matter includes biological, cognitive, cultural, developmental, and social perspectives on normal and abnormal behavior.
Hall is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied jazz percussion. After hours, he remains a professional musician in his hometown of Portland, Oregon. Writer and Reviewer
Hall is a graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, where he studied jazz percussion. After hours, he remains a professional musician in his hometown of Portland, Oregon.
Oberlin College academic catalogs. View the ExCo Course Catalog. For students who wish to pursue topics outside the normal curricular course offerings of the College of Arts and Sciences or the Conservatory of Music, a co-curricular alternative is available in the Experimental College (ExCo).
This is a comprehensive listing of all active courses offered by Oberlin College and Conservatory. Courses listed in this online catalog may not be offered every semester or academic year; for up-to-date information on which courses are offered in a given semester, please see the schedule of classes. View the Schedule of Classes.
The following requirements must be satisfied with courses successfully completed at Oberlin College and Conservatory. For the purposes of these requirements, London Program and other academic courses taught by Oberlin faculty at an off-campus location will be considered courses completed at Oberlin.
APST 221 - Sacred Music Skills I; APST 222 - Sacred Music Skills II; APST 223 - Sacred Music Project; APST 400 - Senior Honors in Piano Performance; APST 401 - Senior Honors in Piano Performance; APST 810 - Piano Ensemble; Music Literature. MLIT 212 - The Organ Works of Olivier Messiaen; MLIT 213 - Organ Literature, History and Design I
A student interested in a focused, but less extensive, study of the environment may pursue a minor in environmental studies by submitting a one-page rationale to the program director along with a completed “Declare Initial Minor” form obtained from the Registrar. An applicant’s rationale statement should clearly explain the goals that ...
The major consists of a minimum of 10 full courses (or the equivalent) and the curricular pathway requirement. Most students complete 11 full courses. Note: Students must earn minimum grades of C- or P for all courses that apply toward the major. View the catalog page for the environmental studies program.
Financial aid is usually awarded to students in a three-part package which consists of: money earned by the student from campus employment; education loans taken out by the student; and. outright gifts or grants of scholarship money. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for additional information about need-based financial aid at Oberlin.