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INST 200 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives I

Each student carrying at least 9 credits must register for 0.5 credits of Interdisciplinary Studies each term up to a total of 3 credits. The IS program is designed to introduce students to foundational issues, including the nature of scholarship at a Christian liberal arts university such as King's, the unity of created reality, and the ambivalent relationship Christians have with our society, and also to cultivate students' consideration of complex issues. Mark for the course will be pass/fail.

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INST 210 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives II

See INST 200.

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INST 300 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives III

See INST 200.

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INST 310 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives IV

See INST 200.

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INST 400 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives V

See INST 200.

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INST 410 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives VI

See INST 200.

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INST 499 - Directed Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies

An opportunity to do advanced study of a special topic of particular interest to a student. Students work with a member of faculty. Students must apply in advance to the Director of Interdisciplinary Studies. Enrollment in this course is restricted to those presenting exceptional circumstances. No more than one INST 499 course may be applied to the degree. Mark for the course will be pass/fail.

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