Interdisciplinary Studies combines the study of several subjects into one integrated course or "learning community," usually for ten or more credits. Each IDS course features a theme that forms a common thread across disciplines. The focus of these courses is you. Students learn with each other and from each other by discussing readings in small groups (seminars), taking part in group activities, and, in some courses, by taking field trips. These programs emphasize the process of learning as well as course content. The student centered, discussion-oriented format encourages and supports different points of view and creates a social climate that promotes collaborative learning.
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What is the good life and how do I create it? For that matter, how do I make it through college? Begin to answer these questions while developing your sociology and English skills through reading, writing, discussing, and interacting in “The Good Life.”
Prerequisite: placement by assessment into ENGL& 101, or completion of ENGL 092 or 093 with a C- or better. Earn 10 credits from ENGL& 101 (5 cr) and SOC& 101 (5 cr). Fees: $22.00 English lab, $44.00 digtal materials. How to clear prerequisites?
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