The Art and Science of Almost Everything (INTS 110.3)

Recent/Current Offerings

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

Description

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.

Restriction(s)

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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