INTS 101 Critical Thinking (Cr3) (3:0)
A sequential study of thinking and reasoning abilities, emphasizing active, independent, and comprehensive thinking to solve problems, analyze, infer, and evaluate issues, reason critically, and understand and apply concepts.

INTS 200 Introduction to Study Abroad (Cr1) (1:0)
This one-credit course is designed to help students develop skills and perspectives to enable them to get the most out of their international experience. The course offers the student an opportunity to study and experience the culture of another country/region with an emphasis on getting to know the history, architecture, art, literature, geography and political systems and its place in the global system. The course includes pre-trip planning and lectures, study and research during the trip, and post-trip presentations. In addition, it will provide you with the information about the study abroad process and the practical aspects of studying abroad. This course may be taken three (3) times for credit.

INTS 201 Implementing Sustainable Energy Systems in Developing Communities (Study Abroad) (Cr3) (3:0)
This interdisciplinary sustainable energy course will provide students with technical skills, economic and political background, and analysis and design skills that will help them to apply knowledge gained about alternative and renewable energies to both local and global issues. Students will be exposed to a broad range of technical and social/political disciplines necessary to understand the sources of renewable energy, technical and economic decisions involved in using alternative energy sources and the potential impacts of bringing power to to developing communities. The course will include an in-community experience which involves construction and installation of a sustainable energy system. Basic language and technical instruction will be provided. Prereq.- ENGL101 and approval of the instructor. Core: SIT, D.

INTS 202 The Architecture of the City: Classic to Contemporary (Cr3) (3:0)
This interdisciplinary course focuses on the Architecture of a host city or cities. A specific host city or cities will be selected for each semester that the course is offered. An example host city could be Barcelona, Spain or Paris, France or Rome, Italy. This travel study course is taught primarily on-site and includes site tours and in-person observations to provide an understanding of the architecture of the host city. Students will experience architecture from several time periods that have influenced design throughout the world. Representative projects include monuments, outdoor spaces, and museums, civic and religious buildings, along with historic and contemporary structures. The course will include a study of the architectural design, style and urban context. Students will be required to prepare on-site sketches or photography or video and reflective journaling about each day's experience while abroad. Core: SIT

INTS 250 Study Abroad (Cr3) (3:0)
This course is designed to help students integrate international experience within their course of study. Students will explore the social, cultural, political, historical, geographic and economic significance of the specified country and its place in the global system. A review of the various socio-cultural, economic and political systems and structures will provide the basis for critically examining the challenges facing the specified country. Students will explore the social, political, geographic and economic impact of seeking peaceful resolutions to internal and external challenges. The course includes pre-trip planning and lectures, study and research during the trip, and post-trip presentations. This course may be taken three (3) times for credit. CORE: SSHB.

INTS 291 Special Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (Cr1)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

INTS 292 Special Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (Cr2)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

INTS 293 Special Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (Cr3)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

INTS 294 Special Studies in Interdisciplinary Studies (Cr4)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand.

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