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Learning and Organizational Change Northwestern University - School of Education and Social Policy
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42 UNITS: Concentration = 16; Professional Core = 8; Distribution = 10; Elective = 8
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Double counting***
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Concentration - 16 units - 'C-' or higher (no P/N).Course Cat #Tent QtrQtr/yr enrollGrdIS**Sub AppDistro2nd majormajor/minormajor/minor
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Intro to Org Theory & Practice.LOC 211
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Cognition in Contexts (LOC 308) or Culture and Cognition (LOC 214)
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Either COG SCI 211 ( Learning, Representation and Reasoning) or PSYCH 228 (Cognitive Psychology)Note: see advisor before taking, requirement under review
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Studies in Org ChangeLOC 306
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Learning Organizations in Complex EnvironmentsLOC 310
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1 Learning Science approved course: LOC 313 (Learning in Organizations), LOC 346 (The Psychology of Learning Design), or PSYCH 335 (Decision Making)
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One of: LOC 311 (Tools for Studying Orgs) LOC 391 (Org Planning and Analysis), SESP 303 (Program Development and Implementation), or HDPS 311 (Group Dynamics)
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* Refer to the approved concentration course list for LOC.
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** Interdisciplinary specialization (IS) (optional): ________________________________________________. Work with advisor to complete five related courses.
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*** DOUBLE COUNTING POLICY: Three courses total from the concentration and core listings may be double counted toward distribution requirements. Three courses may be double counted toward a second major. Two courses may be double counted toward a minor or adjunct major. BIP minors can count any of their pre-requisistes but none of their BIP electives toward LOC. A LOC student may have a second major, a minor, a second major and a minor, or two minors. See section 3 of the SESP Handbook for details/examples of the double counting policy.
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Professional Core - 8 units - 'C-' or higher (no P/N).Course Cat #Qtr/yr enrollGrdIS**Sub AppDistromajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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Quantitative Research - SESP 210 (double count as FS distro) see advisor about transfering other stats credits
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Childhood & Adolescence OR Adulthood & AgingSESP 201/203
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Diversity Requirement One of:
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Mthds of Observing Behavior (before practicum)*SESP 372
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Practicum & Practicum Seminar (4 credits total)SESP 38X
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Practicum required junior year or summer before or after. SESP 372 is typically taken immediately before SESP 387. Fill out a practicum planning form to get on the list for SESP 372.
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Double Count***Used toward (but not double counted)
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Distribution Requirements (10 units): must earn a 'C-' or higher (no P/N allowed). Up to 7 credits may be AP/IB credit (only one allowed for lit and arts). Course Cat #Qtr/yr enrollSub AppGrdConcentrationCoremajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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Natural Sciences
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Formal Studies (SESP 210 fulfills a FS distro).
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Historical Studies (possible Study Abroad course)
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Values (possible Study Abroad course)
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Lit & Arts (possible Study Abroad course)
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Elective credits (8 units): max of 6 units of 'P' or 'D'Course Cat #Tent SchedQtr/yr enrollGrdmajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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*** If you double count courses between your concentration/core and your distribution requirements, you will need to take extra elective courses to bring your total number of units to 42 (use the area below for Electives beyond the initial 8).
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Interdisciplinary Specialization
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2nd major
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Minor # 1
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Minor # 2
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