University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
Connecting Learning to Life
2006-2007

 






Interdisciplinary Studies - Requirements for the Major

Supporting Courses, 9-10 credits

Communication, choose one of these:

  • COMM 133 Fundamentals of Public Address, 3 credits
  • COMM 336 Theories of the Interview, 3 credits

Mathematics, choose one of these:

  • COMM SCI 205 Social Science Statistics, 4 credits
  • MATH 101 Intermediate Algebra, 3 credits

English Composition, required course:

  • ENG COMP 105 Expository Writing, 3 credits

Upper Level Courses, 35 credits

Core Requirements, 23 credits minimum

Humanities, 6 credits:
300- or 400-level courses in the following disciplines/units: English, History, Humanistic Studies, Philosophy

Natural Science, 6 credits:
300- or 400-level courses in the following disciplines/units: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Environmental Science, Human Biology, Physics

Social Science, 6 credits:
300- or 400-level courses in the following disciplines/units: Anthropology, Community Sciences, Economics, Geography, Human Development, Political Science, Psychology, Public and Environmental Affairs, Social Change and Development, Sociology, Urban and Regional Studies

Critical Thinking, choose one of these:

  • HUM DEV 424 The Development of Creative and Critical Thinking, 3 credits
  • PHILOS 321 Professional Ethics and Problem Solving, 3 credits

Capstone, required course:

  • IST 400 Capstone: Synthesis and Assessment Learning, 2 credits

Area of Emphasis, 12 upper-level credits:

The emphasis affords an opportunity to develop expertise in an area of application. The area of emphasis can be selected from among those designed by the program or created with the approval of an adviser.

With the approval of an adviser, students may substitute any completion of any UW-Green Bay minor for the area of emphasis requirement.

Interdisciplinary Studies Program