Art and Science of Everything (INTS 110.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
INTS 110 01 September 2016 Robin Adair
INTS 110 S01 September 2016 Elyn Achtymichuk
INTS 110 S02 September 2016 Kali Brazier-Tompkins
INTS 110 S03 September 2016 Tara Chambers


This team-taught, foundational course highlights ways of knowing across multiple disciplines in the fine arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. It asks students to think about how a particular theme or subject is considered, theorized, and addressed by and across various academic disciplines in the College of Arts and Science. The course helps students to learn about a wide variety of perspectives in understanding the world; identify differences between disciplines; understand that disciplines are tools for exploration; and build community across departments and disciplinary approaches. At least one unit of the course focuses on Indigenous perspectives, and the course is writing intensive.


INTS 110.3 is intended as a first-year Arts & Science course. In order to register, students must be registered in the College of Arts & Science and have successfully completed no more than 30 university credit units.

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