School of Integrative Studies
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Summer 2017

The School of Integrative Studies offers courses every semester: Fall, Spring and Summer. Courses vary each semester and fulfill different degree requirements. Below are details about the type of credit earned and requirements fulfilled for each course.

Please note that the University Catalog is the authoritative source for information on courses. The Schedule of Classes is the authoritative source for information on classes scheduled for this semester. See the Schedule for the most up-to-date information and see Patriot web to register for classes.

Beginning in the Fall 2016 semester, the prefix for courses offered through the School of Integrative Studies (formerly New Century College) will change from NCLC to INTS.

Summer 2017

Course

Total Credits Earned

LC Earned

EL Earned

General Ed Fulfilled

Other

INTS 210 

Sustainable World

4

4

1

Natural science lab

Counts toward the natural science endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

 

INTS 294

Service Learning Experience

1-3

 

1-3

 

 

 

INTS 312

Images and Experiences of Childhood

4

4

1

Social & Behavioral Science

 

Counts toward the humanities endorsement requirement for Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education students

 

INTS 317 

Issues in Family Relations

4

4

1

Social & Behavioral Science

 

 

INTS 338

Animal Rights & Humane Education

 

3

 

3

Social & Behavioral Science

 

 

INTS 475

Forgiveness & Reconciliation in Divided Community

3

3

1

 

Social & Behavioral Science

 

 

INTS 475

Global Leadership

 

Developing cross cultural leadership competencies is essential in a globalized society. Leading change in a global context requires an understanding of individuals’ thoughts and feelings related to change and how individuals’ cultures influence their thoughts, communications, behaviors, and attitudes; knowledge of the complexity of groups, organizations, and systems in a globalized society; and a commitment to navigating change in diverse and intersecting contexts and cultures. This course explores leadership in the globalized society by focusing both on the roles that leaders and leadership groups play in organizational transformation and on the complex social environments of organizations.

INTS 490 

Internship

 

1-6

 

1-6

 

 

INTS 495

Mindfulness & Self-Care for the Professional

3

1

 

 

 

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