Introduces questions or problems whose answers or solutions require the integration of ideas and disciplines. Focuses on ideas from a variety of cultural perspectives. Covers how important thinkers through history have approached difficult questions in ways that integrated disciplines. Provides the opportunity to complete written assignments based on research.
Introduces a variety of topics crossing disciplines in science, religion, philosophy, history, literature, business, technology and the arts. Topics vary from semester to semester, but course remains modular in structure. Research and writing intensive. Requires final research paper. Involves writing across the curriculum. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits toward graduation.
Examines a particular interdisciplinary topic; topics vary from semester to semester. Presents topics that cross one or more fields of academic specialty from the arts and sciences. Includes lecture, reading, discussion and research. Research and writing intensive, requires final research paper. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 credits toward graduation.
Provides supervised, practical, and professional experience at the upper-division level in preparation for a variety of careers. Develops skills relevant to the professional workforce and presents interdisciplinary evaluative and reflective exercises of the experience. Content will vary from internship to internship. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits toward graduation.
Explores connections between various academic disciplines. Provides a broadly based look at a range of disciplines. May be repeated for a maximum of 3 credits towards graduation.
Focuses on a major research paper integrating the student's two emphases. Addresses theoretical and practical problems associated with research and writing that combine disciplines. Includes work with a committee throughout the semester. Taken first semester in the two-semester capstone sequence.
Focuses on a major research paper (senior thesis) integrating the student's two or more emphases. Addresses theoretical and practical problems associated with research and writing that combine disciplines. Includes work with a committee throughout the semester, which must approve the written thesis. Requires the student to orally present the thesis in a formal defense. Taken second semester in a two-semester capstone sequence.