HUM-300: Interdisciplinary Research Methods

3 credit hours

This course emphasizes interdisciplinary problem-solving and research methods through critical, analytical, and integrative approaches. The scope of the course will cross disciplinary boundaries of humanities (art, English, literature, linguistics, religious studies, and philosophy) and social sciences (history, psychology, sociology, and anthropology). This course cannot be used to satisfy University Studies requirements.

Prerequisite courses: grade of C or higher in HUM-101