CCN: IDH2121 Title: Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Credit Hrs: 3.00
Description : 
The Honors Interdisciplinary Studies Seminar is the capstone course in the Honors Program. It is open to Honors College students who have attended Broward College for at least one term and have met half of the requirements for graduation from the Honors College. The course will be organized and unified around a specific theme, event, time period, issue/controversy, or concept, which will then be explored through at least two distinct and discernible academic fields of study. These two or more academic fields of study will come from within or across one or more of the following of Broward College's broad disciplinary units: Visual/Performing Arts, Criminal Justice, Business, Social Sciences, Mathematics, Biological Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Communication, Education, Natural Sciences, Computer Science, and English / Literature. Students will be exposed to a variety of texts and knowledge, which will be integrated and connected using various modes of academic inquiry. These academic and intellectual inquires will be applied to and serve as the basis for numerous types of assessments. A Research Project is required as is at least one Critical Writing Assignment; other types of assessment should be varied and reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the course.
Prerequisite(s) : ENC1101
Lec Hrs =   48.00 Lab Hrs =   0.00 Oth Hrs =   0.00 Fees =   0.00


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