Integrative Studies (ITGS)


ITGS 110. FYE: HUMANITIES. 5 Credits.

Pre-requisites: freshman class standing.
Satisfies: a BACR for humanities and arts.
This course combines a focus on student success skills with academic content in the Humanities breadth area designed to develop critical inquiry skills. The FYE consists of a pair of courses that are linked by a single problem or text and approached by each distinct discipline.

ITGS 120. FYE: NATURAL SCIENCE. 5 Credits.

Pre-requisites: freshman class standing.
Satisfies: a BACR for Natural Science.
This course combines a focus on student success skills with academic content in the Natural Science breadth area designed to develop critical inquiry skills. The FYE consists of a pair of courses that are linked by a single problem or text and approached by each distinct discipline.

ITGS 130. FYE: SOCIAL SCIENCE. 5 Credits.

Pre-requisites: freshman class standing.
Satisfies: a BACR for social sciences.
This course combines a focus on student success skills with academic content in the Social Science breadth area designed to develop critical inquiry skills. The FYE consists of a pair of courses that are linked by a single problem or text and approached by each distinct discipline.

ITGS 196. EXPERIMENTAL COURSE. 1-5 Credits.

Experimental

ITGS 197. WORKSHOP, SHORT COURSE, CONFERENCE, SEMINAR. 1-5 Credits.

Workshop

ITGS 198. SEMINAR. 1-5 Credits.

Seminar

ITGS 297. WORKSHOP, SHORT COURSE, CONFERENCE, SEMINAR. 1-2 Credits.

Workshop

ITGS 398. SEMINAR. 1-5 Credits.

Seminar

ITGS 400. INTERDISCIPLINARY SR CAPSTONE. 4 Credits.

Notes: The university offers this course as an option for completing the senior capstone graduation requirement, depending on the student's major. Major advisers can inform students about their major senior capstone requirements.
Pre-requisites: senior standing.
Satisfies: a university graduation requirement–senior capstone.
The course carries students from the academic community into civic life. It assembles students into teams for studying problems students will confront as citizens in the Pacific Northwest. It asks students individually and in collaboration with others to produce documents which address these problems by drawing from an array of disciplinary perspectives.