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Interdisciplinary Coursework

Interdisciplinary coursework that prepares a student to work at the boundary of engineering with public policy, business, ethics, risk, and human behavior.

The following courses have been approved by the Engineering Honors faculty. Other courses will also be considered, but you must request approval before you register.

 

Interdisciplinary Course Pre-Requisite General Education Requirement
AFAS 104 – The Air Force Today
AFAS 203 – Leadership Laboratory
AFAS 204 – Leadership Laboratory
AREC 201 – Economics of the Global Food and Fiber System SS
AREC 470 – Policy Analysis for Environmental and Natural Resource Management ECON 201
BUAD 208 – Honors: Business Ethics
ECON 362 – Environmental and Natural Resource Policy ECON 201 or 207 or 211 or 217
EDPY 210 – Psychoeducational Issues in Human Development  SS
EF 337 Honors Leadership Skills
ELPS 350 – Leadership Skill Development & Application
ESE 511 Introduction to Energy Science and Technology
INSC 311 User Centered Design
INSC 451 Information Management in Organizations
INSC 490 Environmental Information
MSL 401 – Military Science/Leadership: Developing Adaptive Leaders
PHIL 244 Professional Responsibility AH, OC
PHIL 252 Contemporary Moral Problems AH, WC
PHIL 255 Sustainability Ethics
PHIL 345 Bioethics WC
PHIL 346 Environmental Ethics WC
PSYC 440 Organizational Psychology PSYC 110 and STAT 201
SOCI 250 Introduction to Global Studies CC
UNHO 267* – Honors: Special Topics in the Social Sciences (Writing intensive) English 102 or 118; Registration Restriction: Membership in Chancellor’s Honors Program, Haslam Scholars Program, Honors Leadership Program, or 1794 Scholars Program. SS
UNHO 268 – Honors: Special Topics in the Social Sciences (writing intensive) English 102 or 118; Registration Restriction: Membership in Chancellor’s Honors Program, Haslam Scholars Program, Honors Leadership Program, or 1794 Scholars Program. SS
UNHO 347 – Honors: Concentration in the Social Sciences

* If the service learning section of UNHO 267 is used to satisfy the Service Learning requirement, it cannot also satisfy the Interdisciplinary Coursework requirement.

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