Interdisciplinary

IDFA 201 AMERICAN VISION: BALTIMORE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS (3)

American culture through experiencing visual and performing arts of Baltimore. Includes field trips. GenEd II.B.1.

IDFA 203 CREATIVITY IN THE FINE ARTS (3)

An application of the creative process through the arts. GenEd I.E.

IDFA 207 APPLIED ETHICS AND AESTHETICS IN FINE ARTS AND COMMUNICATIONS (3)

Ethical issues and dilemmas encountered by consumers and practitioners of the arts and communication, specifically music, dance, theater, art, electronic media, film, mass communication and communication studies. Not open to students who successfully completed IDFA 205. GenEd IIB3.

IDFA 401 MOTION DESIGN (3)

Directed lab experience on the computer in concept and application of design for broadcast design, motion graphics and multimedia. Prerequisites: ART 217 or EMF 275.

IDFA 470 INTERDISCIPLINARY FINE ARTS SPECIAL TOPICS SEMINAR (3)

An in-depth study in a selected area dependent upon faculty and student interest. May be repeated for a total of 9 units provided a different topic is taken. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

IDFA 480 TOPICS IN ARTS, MEDIA, COMMUNICATION, AND SOCIAL ACTION (3)

A multidisciplinary and collaborative service-learning seminar that explores complex problems of the Baltimore metropolitan region. Includes creative projects and fieldwork with civic, community, and/or non-profit organizations. Topics vary and could include homelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, disabilities, housing, education, health issues, and welfare. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units when a different topic is covered. Prerequisites: junior/senior standing or consent of instructor.

IDFA 493 INTERDISCIPLINARY FINE ARTS INDEPENDENT STUDY (1-6)

Directed study through readings, projects, papers, and/or seminars. May be repeated for a total of no more than 12 units. Graded S/U.

IDHP 100 USING INFORMATION EFFECTIVELY: WELLNESS (3)

Introduction to research techniques, problem solving, critical thinking, communication skills, ethical issues, and technology application using the interdisciplinary theme of wellness. GenEd. I.B.

IDHP 110 INFORMATION UTILIZATION IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS (3)

Introduction to how information is identified, stored, accessed, verified, utilized and conveyed. Not open to those who successfully completed IDHS 110. GenEd. I.B.

IDHP 111 HONORS INFORMATION UTILIZATION IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS (3)

Introduction to how information is identified, stored, accessed, verified, utilized and conveyed. Not open to those who successfully completed IDHS 110. Prerequisite: Honors College admission. GenEd. I.B.

IDHP 300 INDIVIDUALS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM (3)

An overview of the spectrum of autism, including the characteristics of autism, including the characteristics of autism and strategies for effective community integration of individuals on the autism spectrum, using current research and incorporating a 20-hour service learning component in addition to class time. Core: Diversity.

IDHP 460 MENTORING AND AUTISM (3)

Classroom instruction on models and self-advocacy principles, and out-of-class mentoring experiences with adults on the autism spectrum. Prerequisites: HONR 370; IDHP 300; or permission from instructor.

IDIS 470 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered.

IDIS 471 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 472 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 473 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 474 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 475 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 476 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 477 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 478 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 479 SPECIAL TOPICS (3)

Survey of literature and practical application of interdisciplinary issues. Field work may be required. Topics will vary. May be repeated for a maximum of 9 units provided a different topic is covered. Graded S/U.

IDIS 494 TRAVEL AND STUDY IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (3)

Countries and topics to be selected by the sponsoring Interdisciplinary Studies program and instructor. For complete information, contact director of sponsoring Interdisciplinary Studies program. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units provided a different topic is covered. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

IDIS 495 INTERNSHIP IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES (3-6)

Supervised experience in a work setting to facilitate students' understanding of their concentration. May be repeated for up to six units. Can be applied toward major requirements only with approval of concentration's coordinator. Graded S/U.

IDIS 496 INTERNSHIP (3-6)

Supervised experience in a work setting to facilitate students' understanding of their concentration. May be repeated for up to six units. Can be applied toward major requirements only with approval of concentration's coordinator. Graded S/U.

IDIS 497 INTERNSHIP (3-6)

Supervised experience in a work setting to facilitate students' understanding of their concentration. May be repeated for up to six units. Can be applied toward major requirements only with approval of concentration's coordinator. Graded S/U.

IDIS 498 INTERNSHIP (3-6)

Supervised experience in a work setting to facilitate students' understanding of their concentration. May be repeated for up to six units. Can be applied toward major requirements only with approval of concentration's coordinator. Graded S/U.

IDNM 101 USING INFORMATION EFFECTIVELY IN SCIENCE (4)

Introduction to information processing, problem solving techniques, critical thinking skills, communication skills, team building and professional ethics in a scientific environment. Emphasis will be placed on the use of information technology and primary research literature to retrieve, filter, process, and evaluate data and information. This course is intended for freshmen CSM students. GenEd I.B.

IDNM 200 INTRODUCTION TO CAREERS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MATHEMATICS (1)

Introduction to undergraduate educational opportunities, career options, and career preparation specifically targeted to STEM students majoring in biology, chemistry, environmental science, mathematics, MBBB, physics, and the computing sciences in FCSM. Online and in-person, two hours per week in alternate weeks. Credit does not count toward any major. May be taken for credit up to 4 times. Prerequisites: freshman or sophomore standing; permission of instructor.

IDNM 309 WOMEN, SOCIETY & RADIATION SCIENCE (3)

Gender bias in contemporary physical science using feminist critique of science, impact of research in radiation science on society and women's lives. Three lecture hours. Prerequisites: two science courses (fulfillment of GenEd II.A) and one mathematics course (fulfillment of GenEd I.C), or consent of instructor. GenEd II.A.

IDNM 314 COMPARATIVE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF HUMANS & NONHUMAN PRIMATES: ETHICS & ISSUES (3)

Human and non-human primate behavior from a psychological, anthropological, and zoological perspective. Topics to be discussed include: kinship, food sharing, altruism & reciprocity, aggression and dominance, reconciliation, culture, personality, sexuality, parenting, tool use, conservation and ethics. Prerequisites: Students must have completed GenEd II.A category. GenEd II.A.

IDNM 315 NETWORKS: THE SCIENCE OF CONNECTIONS (3)

Understanding networks in diverse areas such as the Internet, cancer, infectious diseases, ecosystems, management practices and economics. Prerequisite: One course from GenEd II.A and fulfillment of GenEd I.C, or consent of instructor. GenEd II.A.

IDNM 400 EXPLORATION OF CAREERS IN SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MATHEMATICS (1)

Exploration of educational opportunities, graduate and professional education, career options and career preparation specifically targeted to upper-level students and graduate students majoring in bioinformatics, forensic chemistry, mathematics, and the computing sciences. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor and freshman or sophomore standing. Online and in-person, two hours per week in alternate weeks. Credit does not count toward any major. May be taken for credit up to 4 times.