Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) Courses

Descriptions of courses offered in the Interdisciplinary Studies Department

IDS 1152 Strategies for College Success

Two hours

The foundation of a successful college career is having great study and learning strategies. How does college fit God’s plan for you? How does the brain learn? What are some study strategies to help the brain learn and retain information? What study strategies really help us learn? These are some of the questions we will explore and answer in this class. Students who complete this course should be better equipped to glorify God in their understanding of all areas of study and, more specifically, in their study of learning and study strategies.

Offered fall semester

IDS 3101 Careers for the Humanities

One hour

Intended for junior and senior students majoring in one of the humanities to prepare for the transition to life after college. This course will explore ways to make informed career decisions in their areas of study based on career guidance inventories and self-assessment tools. Students will also explore application tools that will enable them to more successfully apply to graduate school and careers after graduation.

Offered spring semester

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