CURRENT STUDENTS > HPS FOR ISS/IAH
Beginning summer semester 2013, Lyman Briggs College students may participate in a 5-year pilot study where a number of upper-level History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Science (HPS) courses may also fulfill specific integrative studies requirements. Specifically, if a student in this program completes LB 332, 334, or 335, the course will also fulfill the ISS 300-level requirement of the university. If a student successfully completes LB 331, 333, or 336, the course will also fulfill the IAH ‘B’ course requirement of the university (numbered 211 or higher). Please consult your LBC advisor in Holmes Hall for specific details for your program.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
What if I already fulfilled my ISS 300-level and/or IAH 211 or higher requirement?
What if I completed one of these HPS courses before summer 2013?
Can I use ISS 300-level or IAH 211 or higher to replace my upper-level HPS?
Can I use two HPS courses to fulfill both my ISS 300-level and IAH 211 or higher requirements?
Do all upper-level HPS courses work to fulfill this requirement?
How can I verify that these courses have been applied to these requirements?
How does my AP credit impact this opportunity?
In requesting a substitution for my upper-level HPS, can this course count for Integrative Studies?
I am in the Honors College, how does this impact me?
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