||This course prepares students to be active and knowledgeable participants in a community, through a combination of experiential and traditional classwork. Students connect with their academic discipline by exploring a destination, domestic or international, encountering a new culture and exploring the unique attributes of the destination, such as, history, customs, commerce, food, literature, art, and attractions through thoughtfully planned and structured activities at the destination. This experiential learning opportunity will be complemented by lectures, readings, and discussions.
3 Credit Hours
Course Descriptions » Interdisciplinary Studies