The Core Pathway allows you to fulfill core and elective requirements through an interdisciplinary collection of courses that addresses a complex global challenge. The focus of the first pathway is Climate Change.
The primacy of climate change as one of the major existential threats of our era calls us to respond to its dangers with urgency and purpose. The Core Pathway gives you the chance to rise to this challenge together with mentors and peers.
The complexity of climate change invites us to address its causes and consequences through concerted methods of inquiry. This rich collection of interdisciplinary offerings from Environmental Sciences, History, Humanities, Philosophy, and Theology will allow you to do just that.
The Core Pathway offers you a space to navigate your core and elective requirements with autonomy and flexibility. Fulfill two core requirements; one core requirement and one elective requirement; or two elective requirements
All Core Pathway Courses will take place Tuesdays and Thursdays 11:00 AM-12:15 PM
Each module will be 1.5 credits. Students can take up to four distinct 7-week modules in a single year. In order to ensure engagement with interdisciplinarity, students will take modules from different disciplines in the same semester. By taking two 1.5 credit modules in the same discipline, students will satisfy core requirements. Students may also combine two 1.5 credit modules from different disciplines as a 3-credit interdisciplinary elective and full-course equivalent.
First-year students entering into the College can complete science and HALC requirements on the Core Pathways track. Freshman can take Literature and Environmental Crisis with Plants, People and Climate in the fall semester and pair it with Genres of the Anthropocene and Physics of Climate Change for the spring semester.
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