Academic Programs

Living and Learning Together

 

Summary

Summary 

The Office of Academic Programs cultivate distinctive and innovative academics through a holistic approach to empowering women. With a global framework, customized academic courses, and an eye towards the future, students participating in Douglass' academic programs will be prepared to take on the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century. All academic programs are facilitated through co-curricular events, experiential learning, in-class experiences, service learning, or mentorship programs.

 

 

Knowledge and Power

Knowledge and Power

Our mission course, Knowledge and Power: "Issues in Women's Leadership" (01:988:130), is a 3-credit course taken by all Douglass students. The class focuses on women harnessing their power across intersections of identity. Generations of Douglass women have cited this course as "transformational," "rewarding," and "life-changing." Click below to learn more about the course.