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 110Introduction to Humanities13
ARTH 301, 302Choose one: Early through Renaissance Art History, or Renaissance through Modern Art History23
HUMN, ENGL, HIST, SUSTChoose two or three courses with advisor. This requirement can also be met with an approved International Study Abroad or transfer course. 36/9
ARTH, FNAR 421, 480, DART 350, 450Choose 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.36/9
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 101Introduction to Sustainability3
SUST 201Social Sustainability: Political Science and Social Justice3
ECON 102 or INTL221, INTL 252Macroeconomics or Political Economic Geography or International Environmental Issues (or approved lower division)3
BIOL 381/385Ecology (or approved upper division science course: Can be a field course)3-4
CHOOSE TWOAny Upper Division Course from Sustainability Major6
SUST 450Society and Justice: Sustainability Capstone3
Total Credits:  21- 22
Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies in Outdoor Adventure Leadership
ODAL 101Introduction to Outdoor Skills4
ODAL 250Wilderness First Responder3
ODAL 201Principles of Outdoor Leadership3
ODAL/PHEDChoose either ODAL 350, 302 or PHED 229, 235, 240, 253, 345.3*
ODAL 401Wilderness Ethics3
ODAL XXXChoose either ODAL 301, 350, or 3803
Total Credits:  19
*One unit may be satisfied by General Education PHED Core Requirement.