Haverford College Thesis Archive
In addition to majors and minors, Haverford offers concentrations in Africana studies, biochemistry, biophysics, computer science, East Asian studies, education, feminist and gender studies, health and society, Latin American and Iberian studies, mathematical economics, neural and behavioral sciences, and peace, justice, and human rights.
Students may pursue pre-medical, pre-law or pre-business intentions through any major; the college offers special advising by professionals in those fields.
In 1897, the students and faculty of Haverford voted to adopt an Honor Code to govern academic affairs.Originally conceived as a code of academic honesty, the Honor Code had expanded by the 1970s to govern social interactions.The code does not list specific rules of behavior, but rather emphasizes a philosophy of mutual trust, concern and respect, as well as genuine engagement, that students are expected to follow.The initial list was compiled from the Open DOAR directory, and we will continue to add new archives added to Open DOAR.A number of archives are known to be either misconfigured or malfunctioning. In most cases, archive administrators need to take action to fix the archive. Most archives are only partially downloaded because they contain material which is not relevant to Phil Papers. In some cases it might seem that a suboptimal method is used (for example, all content from the archive is excluded) but it is in fact the best method acceptable to Phil Papers due to corrupted / misclassified papers in the archive.Students can major in these departments from both colleges.Furthermore, students of one of the Tri-Collegiate Consortium Schools (Swarthmore, Bryn Mawr, and Haverford) are allowed to pursue a major in a subject at a Tri-Collegiate institution apart from the one they are a student of.Applying for admission to the class of 2022 were 4,682 applicants; 877 were admitted.Of those admitted submitting such data, 96% were in the top 10% of their high school class.You might want to make sure that the method we use to select content from your archive is optimal. The college was founded in 1833 by area members of the Orthodox Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) to ensure an education grounded in Quaker values for young Quaker men.