INDS 2000 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies (3)
Learning about interdisciplinary studies involves self-assessment, self-reflection, goal setting, research, and articulation of knowledge. This course will introduce students to the concepts, methods, and general knowledge of interdisciplinary study. The course will address the various approaches to interdisciplinary studies and students will learn the fundamentals of interdisciplinary research as well as its more useful applications. The course will be organized around a general subject designed by the instructor. Emphasis is placed on the development of critical and analytical thinking skills, as well as written and oral communication. In addition, students will be required to map a plan of study that considers preparation for career opportunities.
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