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2000 Level Course

2310. Foundations in Integrative Studies (3). Online course. Introduces students to the foundations of key interdisciplinary concepts and theories and prepares students for success in the integrative studies program.

3000 Level Course

3300. Perspectives on Integrative Studies (3). Prerequisite: INTS 2310. Online course. Provides students with an introduction to interdisciplinary research methods. Covers methods of disciplinary integration, orientation to interdisciplinary expectations, and standards in academic and professional organizations. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive)

3301. Career and Professional Development (3). Online course. Prepares students for a successful workplace experience. Offers students the opportunity to develop career search and interviewing strategies, resume writing, and professional and personal growth. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration.

3330. Global Perspectives in Integrative Studies (3). Online course. Emphasizes interdisciplinary problem solving through critical, analytical, and integrative approaches to the study of general issues and trends facing the contemporary world. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive)

3350. Team Leadership in Interdisciplinary Problems (3). In this online course, students will utilize critical, analytical, and integrative approaches to interdisciplinary problem solving while emphasizing the practices of effective interdisciplinary leadership and teamwork. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive)

4000 Level Course

4000. Independent Study (V1-12). Prerequisites: 2.5 GPA and consent of instructor. Teaching assistantships, independent coursework, student-initiated research experience, or individual studies of special interest in integrative studies.

4320. Internship in Integrative Studies (3). Prerequisites: INTS 3300 and consent of instructor. Supervised internship in a professional workplace setting. Students apply their research skills and integrative knowledge to a workplace problem. May be repeated for credit. May be substituted for 3-6 hours in an area of concentration.

4350. Capstone in Integrative Studies (3). Prerequisites: INTS 3300 and senior standing. Advanced course in integrative studies. Students will draw together the diverse strands of their studies, reflect on their connections, and produce an in-depth senior project. May be substituted for 3 hours in area of concentration. (Writing Intensive)