Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS)

ITDS 220 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary StudiesCredits 3

Introduction to interdisciplinary studies, including the nature of integrative learning, learning skills, basic disciplinary methodologies, and the characteristics of the interdisciplinary student of human nature. Emphasis is placed on the development of critical thinking skills and written and oral communication. Grade Mode: A.
Restrictions: Must be Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS); and Undergraduate Level.

ITDS 250 - Integration Lab ICredit 1

Reinforcement of interdisciplinary theories, thought, and practice applied to the the disciplinary emphases courses currently being taken by students in the course. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ITDS 220.
Restrictions: Must be Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS); and Undergraduate Level.

ITDS 255 - Integration Lab IICredit 1

Reinforcement of interdisciplinary theories, thought, and practice applied to the the disciplinary emphases courses currently being taken by students in the course. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ITDS 220.
Restrictions: Must be Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS); and Undergraduate Level.

ITDS 360 - Interdisciplinary TopicsCredits 3

This course examines a variety of significant topics through the lens of multiple disciplines. This course emphasizes an interdisciplinary understanding of the selected topic and will expect students to analyze and synthesize materials. The course builds on competencies introduced in ITDS 220. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ITDS 220, ITDS 250, and ITDS 255.
Restrictions: Must be Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS); and Undergraduate Level.

ITDS 475 - Capstone for Interdisciplinary StudiesCredits 3

This course focuses on applying interdisciplinary thought to a student selected research project based on concepts and methods explored in their course of study. This capstone course is the culminating academic experience of the Interdisciplinary Studies major. Grade Mode: A.
Prerequisites: ITDS 220, ITDS 250, ITDS 255, and ITDS 360.
Restrictions: Must be Senior Class; and Interdisciplinary Studies (ITDS); Undergraduate Level.