Take the opportunity to branch out and explore as many academic areas as you want with the Minor in Interdisciplinary Studies at CapU.
This 24-credit minor is comprised of three Interdisciplinary Studies courses along with a customizable mix of courses within the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, which includes the schools of Humanities, STEM, and Social Sciences.
After declaring your minor, you can take INTS 210 (Approaching Knowledge) along with two 100- or 200-level classes in arts & sciences, from English, to languages, history, political science, philosophy, psychology, women's and gender studies and more.
Your upper-levels courses include INTS 310 (Interdisciplinary Research) and your choice of INTS 335 (Grand Challenges – An Interdisciplinary Approach) or INTS 345 (Reconciliation in Action).
In addition, you'll complete 9 more Arts & Sciences credits at the 300-level or higher to satisfy the requirements for the minor.
Learn more about the minor by visiting the Requirements tab or contacting our Faculty of Arts & Sciences.