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The Five College consortium increases your choices. Four liberal arts colleges—Smith, Amherst, Hampshire and Mount Holyoke—along with the University of Massachusetts, offer joint courses of study as well as certificate programs in interdisciplinary fields. Courses are available at no extra cost to Smith students.
2013-14 Cross-Listed Courses
The following courses are taught by philosophy faculty and listed under categories different from "Philosophy" in the Smith College Course Catalog.
FYS 111 Health Care, Justice, and Self-Determination: Explorations in Bioethics
LOG 100 Valid & Invalid Reasoning
Jim Henle and Samuel Ruhmkorff
PRS 302 Whose Voice? Whose Tongue? The Indian Renaissance and its Aftermath
PSY 313 Language and Thought
Jill de Villiers
PRS 303 Talking Trash
Elizabeth V. Spelman
HSC 211 Perspectives in the History of Science – Topic: The Scientific Revolution
Jeffry L. Ramsey