Description Topics vary from year to year, but are always open to the approaches of several academic disciplines. Topics may range from the concept of justice to nature or to an art form such as drama and each offers the flexible use of perspectives and methods of more than one discipline.
Note Offerings currently include 301A, Dante’s Divine Comedy; 301B, Science and the Human Quest; 301C, Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Environment; 301D, Gender and Sexuality; and 301E, Studies in Don Quixote. (As other topics are developed they will be added alphabetically). Students may take for credit any number of 301 courses as long as topics change, and they may take more than one in the same semester.