INTD 107 (3) Boom, Panic, Crash, Bust: A History of Financial Crises from the Tulipmania to the Euro Meltdown
INTD 108 (3) American Economies in the 19th Century: Assigning Value to People and Goods
INTD 109 (3) The Religion of Socrates
INTD 110 (3) Economic Botany
INTD 111 (3) Must the Artist Crusade: The Role of the Artist and the Value of Art in American Culture
INTD 131 (1) Service Learning: Science Outreach
INTD 308 (3) Inventing Antiquity
INTD 452 (3) Senior Seminar in Liberal Studies
INTD 461 (1, 2, or 3) Independent Study
INTD 463 (3) Senior Project
Prerequisite: Completion of at least one introductory course in science or math or placement above the introductory level. Co-requisite: concurrent enrollment in a science or math course. Students will work within the community to foster interest in, knowledge of, and appreciation for the sciences.
Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. Architectural Studies is a synthesis of architectural history, basic architectural theory, freehand drawing, and two- and three-dimensional model design and construction. The seminar session (one hour per week) comprises a chronological look at architectural history and concepts. The three-hour lab each week will start with a jury of models designed and constructed outside of class, followed by freehand drawing exercises.
This capstone course is co-requisite for intern teachers seeking elementary licensure in the Liberal Studies major. Pre-service teachers will develop and refine their professional portfolios based upThis capstone course is co-requisite for intern teachers seeking elementary licensure in the Liberal Studies major. Pre-service teachers will develop and refine their professional portfolios based upon INTASC standards. III.O, III.W
Prerequisite: Priority given to declared majors in Liberal Studies. Not open to first-year students. An examination of fundamental physical science concepts through hands-on, inquiry-based explorations. Using appropriate tools and equipment, students build an understanding of energy sources, chemical and physical change, electricity, and magnetism. Students also gain experience in independent investigation and the development and implementation of their own exercises and experiments. Six hours of lecture/laboratory per week. V.8ab