Interdisciplinary Studies Requirements

Suggested Four-year Course Sequence for Bachelor of Arts in Humanities with a Concentration in Interdisciplinary Studies

Freshman / Fall

  • General Biology I
  • Faith & Reason I00-200
  • Strategies in Research & Rhetoric I
  • Freshman Year Experience I
  • Introduction to Computer Applications

Freshman / Spring

  • General Biology II
  • Ethics, Values, & Truth
  • Strategies in Research & Rhetoric II
  • Statistics I
  • Architecture of Information
  • Freshman Year Experience II
  • Critical & Analytical Thinking

Sophomore / Fall

  • Humanities Core: ENG 201
  • GECC Area III – Communication & Expression
  • GECC Area I – Faith & Reason 100/200
  • GECC Area VII – Lab Science
  • GECC Area II – Ethics, Values, and Truth

Sophomore / Spring

  • Humanities Focus 1
  • GECC Liberal Arts Concentration 1
  • Humanities Focus 2
  • GECC Liberal Arts Concentration 2
  • GECC Area VIII – Global Consciousness

Junior / Fall

  • Humanities Focus 3
  • GECC Liberal Arts Concentration 3
  • Humanities Interdisciplinary Elective 1
  • General Elective 1 (or Minor)
  • GECC Area I – Faith & Reason 300/400

Junior / Spring

  • Humanities Focus 4
  • General Elective 2 (or Minor)
  • Humanities Interdisciplinary Elective 2
  • General Elective 3 (or Minor)
  • GECC Area VIII – Global Consciousness

Senior / Fall

  • Humanities Focus Senior Research Methods:

(ART 449, ENG 480, MUS 455, PHIL 445, or RELS 420)

  • General Elective 6 (or Minor)
  • General Elective 4 (or Minor)
  • Internship Elective
  • General Elective 5 (or Minor)

Senior / Spring

  • Humanities Focus Senior Research Seminar:

(ART 450, ENG 490, MUS 456, PHIL 445, or RELS 410)

  • General Elective 9
  • General Elective 7
  • Elective
  • General Elective 8

Please note: Course offerings are subject to change.