This course explores topics from an interdisciplinary perspective. Drawing on the disciplines traditionally housed in the Arts and Sciences, individual offerings of the course engage in a sustained examination of a range of historical, theoretical and current issues relevant to the selected topic. The course topic will typically correspond with the Liberal Studies term theme - e.g. sustainability, memory, and revolution.
45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including one of the following research methods courses: ABA 312, CMNS 260, 262, DSGN 325, EDUC 373, 473, LAW 210, LBST 200, 201, 330, MT 462, PSYC 213, or TOUR 327