Interdisciplinary Courses

All baccalaureate students are required to complete one interdisciplinary liberal arts and sciences course.

Interdisciplinary study focuses on questions, problems, and topics too complex or too broad for a single discipline or field to encompass adequately; such studies thrive on drawing connections between seemingly exclusive domains. To be considered an interdisciplinary course at City Tech, the course must be team-taught by more than one faculty member from two or more departments in the College (exceptions are made for departments that provide a home for multiple disciplines, such as Humanities and Social Science).

Since not every section of a class that might qualify for the interdisciplinary designation in a semester will fit all the criteria, please be careful that the section you register for is listed as "ID." Below is a list, by semester, of sections that qualify.

» Fall 2015X  

AFR 3000 Black New York
Prerequisites: ENG 1101 and any AFR course
Class Section: D896; Class Number: 34241
T 2:30PM-5:00PM, A 235

ARTH 2101 Healing the Body: The Visual Culture of Medicine
Prerequisites: ENG 1101
Class Section: D230; Class Number: 76388
T 2:30PM-5:00PM, P 503

CST 1102 Programming Narratives: Computer Animated Storytelling
Prerequisites: ENG 1101 and CUNY proficiency in mathematics
Class Section: D633; Class Number: 76469
T 11:30AM-2:00PM, N 906
Class Section: D634; Class Number: 76468
TH 2:30PM-5:00PM, N 921

ECON 2505 Environmental Economics
Prerequisite: ECON 1101 or ECON 1401
Class Section: D666; Class Number: 34274
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, V 326

ENG 1161 Language and Thinking
Prerequisite: ENG 1101
Class Section: D512; Class Number: 76535
T/TH 4:00PM-5:15PM, M 301

LIB 2205/ARCH 2205 Learning Places: Understanding the City
Prerequisites: ENG1101 and 1 course in the Flexible Common Core
Class Section: D960; Class Number: 77111
M/W 10:00AM-12:35PM, N 432

PHYS 1002 Introduction to the Physics of Natural Disasters
Prerequisite: MAT 1190 or higher
Class section: D604; Class number: 77412
T 8:00AM-9:40AM, N 606
TH 8:00AM-9:40AM, N 800

PSY 2404 Personnel and Organizational Psychology
Prerequisite: PSY 1101
Class section: HE51; Class number: 74603
M 6:00PM-7:15PM, N 420-A

PSY 3405 Health Psychology
Prerequisites: PSY 1101, ENG 1101
Class Section: D919; Class Number: 33435
M/W 2:30PM-3:45PM, N 517
Class Section: D920; Class Number: 74605
T/TH 2:30PM-3:45PM, V 315
Class Section: D921; Class Number: 74604
T/TH 4:00PM-5:15PM, M 307

SBS 2000 Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Prerequisite: Any introductory ANTH, ECON, GEOG, GOV, HIS, PSY, SOC, or, any AFR or LTAM 1400 series course, or AFR 1501, 1502, 2402 or 3000, or COM 2402, or 3401 and MAT 1180 or higher; COMD students will also need the prerequisite of PSY 3407
Class Section: D942; Class Number: 80936
T 2:30PM-5:00PM, M 302
Class Section: D940; Class Number: 34340
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, M 302
Class Section: D944; Class Number: 80937
TH 2:30PM-5:00PM, M 302
Class Section: E770; Class Number: 74606
M 6:00PM-8:30PM, M 302

» Spring 2015X  

AFR 3000 Black New York
Prerequisites: ENG 1101 and any AFR course
Class Section: D898; Class Number: 73431
T 2:30PM-5:00PM, A 235

CST 1102 Programming Narratives: Computer Animated Storytelling
Prerequisites: ENG 1101 and CUNY proficiency in mathematics
Class Section: D636; Class Number: 75397
T 11:30AM-2:00PM, N 906
Class Section: D637; Class Number: 81814
F 11:30AM-2:00PM, N 906

ECON 2505 Environmental Economics
Prerequisite: ECON 1101 or ECON 1401
Class Section: D729; Class Number: 65642
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, M301
Class Section: D728
M 11:30AM-2:00PM, M301

ENG 1773 Weird Science: Interpreting and Redefining Humanity
Prerequisites: ENG 1101, CUNY proficiency in mathematics; students must also have a level of computer competency necessary for taking an online course.
Class Section: HD15; Class Number: 28650
W 2:30PM-3:45PM, N 601B

PSY 3405 Health Psychology
Prerequisites: PSY 1101, ENG 1101
Class Section: D931; Class Number: 32039
T/TH 2:30PM-3:45PM, M 404
Class Section: D932
T/TH 4:00-5:15PM, M 404

SBS 2000 Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Prerequisite: Any introductory ANTH, ECON, GEOG, GOV, HIS, PSY, SOC, or, any AFR or LTAM 1400 series course, or AFR 1501, 1502, 2402 or 3000, or COM 2402, or 3401 and MAT 1180 or higher; COMD students will also need the prerequisite of PSY 3407
Class Section: D996; Class Number: 65663
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, M 302
Class Section: E796; Class Number: 70962
M 6:00PM-8:30PM

» Fall 2014X  

AFR 3000 - Black New York
Class Section: D896; Class Number: 68852
T 2:30PM-5:00PM, A 235

ECON 2505 - Environmental Economics
Class Section: D666; Class Number: 70883
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, N 522

SBS 2000 - Social & Behavioral Science Research Methods
Class Section: D940; Class Number: 80586
W 11:30AM-2:00PM, M 302


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