RETIRED 08/15/2020: Courses that combine thematic-or genre-based study in both humanities and fine arts with study in one or more social or behavioral sciences. Completion of both HS 900 and HS 901 (6 credits) are necessary to receive credit toward the IAI General Education Core Curriculum (GECC).
Interdisciplinary courses are those that integrate two or more disciplines. Courses will be survey in nature, broad in scope, and foundational in the sense that they provide students with a basis for intellectual development and further study in the various disciplines. The relationship between the disciplines will be made explicit in the course. Textbooks and reading from those disciplines will be a significant part of the course, and methods of instruction may include instructors from more than one of the disciplines teaching jointly. On satisfactory completion of an interdisciplinary course, students will:
- derive a balance of the concepts, theories, methods, and conclusions of each discipline, and,
- gain an understanding of two or more of the disciplines covered.
Reviewed Fall 2017 - Panel Retired Descriptor - 1 Course Retired and Institution Notified
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