The courses listed in this section are designed to cut across traditional divisional boundaries. African American and African studies, Asian studies, environmental studies/ecology, intercultural studies, off-campus programs, and women’s studies courses combine the insights, perspectives, and methodologies of disciplines from two or more of the College’s divisions, as well as cross-listed courses in which subjects from an individual discipline are taught from a perspective that is informed by a relationship to one of these broader areas of study. Courses and resources designed to improve students’ study skills and research techniques are also listed here.
Courses marked CP with the course number offer credits toward the Cultural Perspectives requirement. All environmental studies courses offer credits toward the Science requirement, except when the course description explicitly states otherwise.