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 2014

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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