Interdisciplinary Studies Minors
The Interdisciplinary Studies minors are a prescribed group of courses with an identified focus involving classes from the Interdisciplinary Studies program. These minors require students to complete 18- 21 credits. A minimum of nine units must be upper division. Core curriculum courses may not be counted toward the minor.
Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities and Art History
|HUMN 110||Introduction to Humanities1||3|
|ARTH 301, 302||Choose one: Early through Renaissance Art History, or Renaissance through Modern Art History2||3|
|HUMN, ENGL, HIST, SUST||Choose two or three courses with advisor. This requirement can also be met with an approved International Study Abroad or transfer course. 3||6/9|
|ARTH, FNAR 421, 480, DART 350, 450||Choose two or three: Art Literacy, Special Topics in Art History, Issues of Contemporary Art, Special Topics in Fine Arts, or Special Themes in Film and Video Art.3||6/9|
|Total Credits (nine credits must be upper division) :||21|
|* 1 Humanities Majors should substitute a HUMN course or other course approved by advisor, since HUMN 101 is required for their major.
* 2 Fine Arts Majors should substitute an ARTH 480 course, since 301/2 are required for their major.
* 3 This minor can be satisfied with either three Humanities courses and four Art courses, or three Art courses and four Humanities courses.
Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sustainability
|SUST 101||Introduction to Sustainability||3|
|SUST 201||Social Sustainability: Political Science and Social Justice||3|
|ECON 102 or INTL221, INTL 252||Macroeconomics or Political Economic Geography or International Environmental Issues (or approved lower division)||3|
|BIOL 381/385||Ecology (or approved upper division science course: Can be a field course)||3-4|
|CHOOSE TWO||Any Upper Division Course from Sustainability Major||6|
|SUST 450||Society and Justice: Sustainability Capstone||3|
|Total Credits:||21- 22|
Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Outdoor Adventure Leadership
|ODAL 101||Introduction to Outdoor Skills||4|
|ODAL 250||Wilderness First Responder||3|
|ODAL 201||Principles of Outdoor Leadership||3|
|ODAL/PHED||Choose either ODAL 350, 302 or PHED 229, 235, 240, 253, 345.||3*|
|ODAL 401||Wilderness Ethics||3|
|ODAL XXX||Choose either ODAL 301, 350, or 380||3|
|*One unit may be satisfied by General Education PHED Core Requirement.|