Interdisciplinary Studies

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Majors and Minors

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Courses

This introductory course provides a foundation in interdisciplinary concepts and techniques that are used to analyze complex problems using various disciplinary approaches to problem solving.

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Supervised internship/experimental learning program where students will integrate theory with duties at a public or private organization that are relevant to the student’s academic/professional goal. Students will participate in conducting research informational interview with key organization within selected disciplines to create an internship opportunity for IDS 410.

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Supervised internship/experimental learning program where students will integrate theory with duties at a public or private organization that are relevant to the student’s academic/professional goal. Students will participate in approved internship from IDS 310.

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This course provides students the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge and growth as they complete the IDS program. Students will ask a research question and investigate it through academic research and experiential learning, resulting in a final paper and presentation. Students can earn 3 or 6 credit hours.

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Last updated: 10/27/2020