Interdisciplinary Studies Track
Interdisciplinary studies track is designed to create an integrative, holistic education experience that empowers a global and diverse perspective.
- Apply principles of dialogic argument in written and verbal communication.
- Compare, contrast, and explain the significance of different historical ages.
- Compare, contrast, and integrate knowledge of diverse cultures and disciplines.
Students must complete a total of 24 credits of honors course work, at least 18 of which must be in three of the following IDH courses:
|IDH 1111||INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN GENERAL EDUCATION II - HONORS (Offered only Spring Term) 1||6|
|IDH 2120||INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN GENERAL EDUCATION III - HONORS (Offered only Fall Term) 2||6|
|IDH 2121||INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN GENERAL EDUCATION IV - HONORS (Offered only Spring Term) 3||6|
|Select one of the following:||6|
|INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN GENERAL EDUCATION I - HONORS (Offered only Fall Term) 4|
|INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDEIS IN GENERAL EDUCATION - HONORS (Offered only Fall Term)|
|Total Credit Hours||24|
ENC 1102 FRESHMAN COMPOSITION II and Core Science
Institutional Social Science (GR) and Science (core or institutional)
Institutional Humanities (GR) and Core Social Science
ENC 1101 FRESHMAN COMPOSITION I and Core Humanities
Denotes a Gordon Rule course.
Students will be required to participate in a minimum of 15 hours of approved co-curricular activities each term of enrollment (excluding summer). This may include international travel experiences, field trips to cultural locations, colloquia, reading circles, speaker series, and/or service to the Honors College.