IDH 1112 - Interdisciplinary Studies in General Education -Honors
(6 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: Permit required.
Introduction to process of rational thought and how people have organized process to define human values and physical universe. Focuses on Greeks, contributions to process, compares them to contemporary culture and integrates disciplines of rhetoric, philosophy, and humanities. Gordon rule course in which the student is required to demonstrate college-level writing skills through multiple writing assignments. Minimum grade of “C” required to satisfy Gordon rule, general education requirements, and part of the six hour International/Intercultural requirement. (This course satisfies LIT 2000: Introduction to literature, three credits, and an area IV Humanities course focusing on art and humanities, or philosophy and religion, three credits.)
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