IDH 2120 - Interdisciplinary Studies in General Education III-Honors
(6 Credit Hours)
Prerequisites: Permit required.
Examination of paradigm-shift that emerged as recently as the early 20th century as result of revolutionary ideas in the natural sciences and the social sciences. Focuses on changing attitudes toward the physical body as well as the body politic, along with its impact on the world and contemporary human values. Integrates biology and psychology, as well as areas that may include politics, mathematics, sociology, communications, and humanities. Honors program permission required. Minimum grade of “C” required to satisfy Gordon rule and general education requirements. (This course satisfies area V Natural Science course, three credits; and area III Social and Behavioral Sciences course, three credits)
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