2005-2007 Academic Catalog
Interdisciplinary study courses are designed to cross traditional departmental lines and examine subjects from the perspective of two or more academic disciplines. These courses provide opportunities for you to achieve coherent interpretation of various fields of knowledge as they relate to each other. They also enable you to consider how knowledge may be organized and pursued through traditional disciplines.
By themselves, interdisciplinary studies courses do not constitute a major. If you are interested in combining more than one discipline into an academic major, see the description of the Special Major in this catalog. In addition, several majors offered are interdisciplinary in nature.
See, especially, Critical Studies in Race and Ethnicity, International Business and Economics, International Relations, Occupational Science, and Women’s Studies.
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