2004-05 Course Catalog
President's Welcome

For Further Information

Statement of Purpose
Accreditation, Memberships, and Non-Discrimination Statement

Personal Education. Extraordinary Success
Centre People
Centre Facilities
Centre Life

The Curriculum and Academic Opportunities
General Education Philosophy and Requirements
Basic Skills
Organization and Structure of the Academic Program
Study Abroad
Yearly and Weekly College Calendars
Research Opportunities for Students
The John C. Young Scholars Program
National Fellowships and Honors
Computer Literacy
Advising
Career Services
Internships
Preparation for Careers and Graduate and Professional Schools
Dual-Degree Engineering Studies Program
Reserve Officer Training Corps
Services for the Disabled at Centre

Degree Requirements

A Present Enriched by the Past: History of the College

Admission and Financing a Centre Education
Admission
Financial Aid and Scholarships
Tuition, Payment Plans, and Refund Policies

College Regulations
Academic Policy
Campus Regulations
Residence Regulations

2004-2005 Academic Calendar

College Directory
The Board of Trustees
Administative Officers and Staff
Faculty of the College
Physical Education and Coaching Staff
The Centre College Alumni Association

Descriptions of Prizes and Awards

Scholarships
Endowed Scholarships
Annual Scholarships

Endowed Professorships

2004-2005 Catalog
Published by Centre College
Danville, Kentucky
Volume 172; August 2004

While the information presented here is
as accurate as possible as of the date of
publication, the College reserves the right
to make changes as future circumstances
may require. The contents of this publication
do not constitute a contract.

Course Offerings and
Major/Minor Requirements

Introduction to Course Offerings

Anthropology/Sociology
Art
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Biology
Chemical Physics
Chemistry
Classical Studies
Computer Science
Dramatic Arts
Economics and Financial Economics
Education
English and Creative Writing
Environmental Studies
French
Freshman Studies
German Studies
Government
Health and Human Performance
History
Humanities
Integrative Studies
International Studies
Japanese
Mathematics
Music
Natural Science
Philosophy
Physics
Political Economy
Psychobiology
Psychology
Religion
Russian
Spanish