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Journalism and Media

August 16, 2012 - 2:49pm -- David.Swartzlander

Journalism Degree in Nebraska

The Journalism and Media major prepares students to gather news and information and distribute it in all formats - broadcast, online and print. Since the major requires just 33 credits, students have the freedom to expand their learning in traditional liberal arts courses, or double major or minor.

Religious Studies

August 16, 2012 - 2:45pm -- Matt.Shadoin

Religious Studies is an academic discipline encouraging students to think critically about the major religious traditions of our world, as well as their scriptures, stories, rituals, practices, beliefs and aesthetic expressions.

We do not seek to advocate a specific religious practice or belief. Instead, we ask students to engage religious beliefs and practices in an empathetic fashion in order to understand not just other belief systems, but also their own. 


August 16, 2012 - 2:39pm -- Matt.Shadoin

A psychology major consists of a wide range of theoretical and applied courses for students interested in obtaining a broad understanding of human behavior. Through two emphases, general psychology and mental health, the major prepares you for a career in a variety of human service settings.

Internship Opportunities

Doane students may participate in semester-long internships, gaining hands-on, applied experience for college credit. Psychology students have completed internships at such organizations as:


August 16, 2012 - 2:28pm -- Matt.Shadoin

Philosophy explores the basic concepts of self-identity, knowledge, reality and morality. The department of philosophy and religious studies offers you the opportunity to explore deep-rooted values and ideals playing a role in shaping the world, its people, and cultures.
What is Philosophy?

Philosophy is an ancient discipline with a modern sensibility. It is ancient in that it attempts to find answers to life's most enduring and difficult questions:

What is the purpose of human life?

Natural Science

August 16, 2012 - 2:20pm -- Lisa.Vargason

The Science major is a broadly based bachelor of science degree program for students seeking a general education in science and the Science Field Endorsement.

This major meets the requirements for certification to teach biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science in grades 7-12.

Refer to the Science Teaching Endorsement for additional information.



International Studies

August 16, 2012 - 2:09pm -- Jan.Willems

The growing impact of globalization, and the increasing interactions among global cultures and societies, provide the backdrop for the International Studies program at Doane. This is a multidisciplinary major, offering students the opportunity to take internationally-focused classes from the humanities, social sciences, and economics/business, depending on their region or topic of interest.


August 16, 2012 - 1:57pm -- Kim.Jarvis

"The past does not repeat itself, but it rhymes."
Mark Twain

History is the study of the past, of events, of people, of ideas, and of change over time. Students of history learn about what shapes our historical consciousness and how the present continues to be influenced by the past. At Doane, the history major offers the opportunity to study Western and non-Western cultures, from the Roman period through contemporary times.

Environmental Science

August 16, 2012 - 1:53pm -- Matt.Shadoin

Knowledge That Matters

The Environmental and Earth Sciences Department at Doane College nurtures students' perspectives on environmental topics and provides them with a thorough knowledge of environmental issues at the global, regional and local levels. The program will increase your competence in addressing these issues and their origins, consequences and solutions. The program is interdisciplinary and designed to prepare you for careers or advanced study in a variety of areas.


August 16, 2012 - 1:41pm -- Matt.Shadoin

An economics major prepares students for a variety of careers in business and government. Economics provides a logical, ordered way of looking at various problems and issues. It draws upon history, philosophy and mathematics to help students examine the choices individuals and groups make concerning the allocation of their scarce resources to meet varied and limitless wants. The study of economics at Doane is designed from a liberal arts perspective and emphasizes international economics and financial markets.