Undergraduate Education

Unexpected Connections: Special Topics

Unexpected Connections: Special Topics
The class, team-taught by professors from different disciplines, explores unities between life sciences, culture, physical sciences, social sciences, languages of learning, letters, or the arts. Through reading, writing, and conversation, students gain understanding and skills to engage real-life questions. Topics and disciplinary perspectives are announced in the class schedule. Honors only.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesHONRS 120 & WRTG 150; or ELANG 150
 TaughtFall, Winter
Course Outcomes: 

Interdisciplinary Approach

Recognize and understand the assumptions, methodologies and practices of two distinct disciplines.

Making Connections

Apply different disciplinary perspectives to examine issues, problems, and questions in order to discover connections.

Communication Skills

Clearly express concepts, ideas and conclusions through written, visual, oral, or other forms of communication.