The following University Courses are interdisciplinary in nature and are available to students working toward the master's degree with the interdisciplinary major.
5000. Science in Ancient and Modern Times. 3 hours. Seminars, guest lectures and readings addressing major advances in science from a technological, philosophical and historical perspective. Course meets concurrently with UCRS 4000 but requires additional readings, papers and discussions for graduate students. (Meets with UCRS 4000)
5010. Interdisciplinary Seminar. 1-6 hours.
5800. NT DC Internship. 1-6 hours. Provides students with insights into public life, the policy-making process, and governmental agency interaction through supervised work experience in governmental, nonprofit and private sector placements in our nation's capital. Prerequisite(s): Open only to students accepted to the NT DC Cooperative Governmental Internship Program. Application information available from the Student Development Office.
5900. Special Problems. 1-3 hours.
5920. Research Problems in Lieu of Thesis. 3 hours.
5950. Master's Thesis. 3 or 6 hours. To be scheduled by the student who wishes to present a thesis as part of the interdisciplinary degree program.
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