Integrated Seminar (ISEM)

ISEM 101 (s)

3 credits
An interdisciplinary, thematically based course, intended to introduce students beginning their university experience to a variety of humanities and social science disciplines and perspectives on topics of broad interest; all themes/sections emphasize discussion and frequent student-faculty and student-student interactions; each includes attention to issues of critical thinking, diversity, and methods of inquiry. Open to first year students only.

ISEM 301 (s)

1 credit
Open only to students who have earned at least 26 credits (sophomore status), the Great Issues Seminars are interdisciplinary courses typically linked with an annual signature event of the university (e.g., Bellwood Lecture, Borah Symposium, Runstad Lecture, Jazz Festival) that integrate the university learning outcomes and general education goals with a critical examination of the great issues topic. Attendance at an event may be required. See for specific course titles and descriptions.
Prereq: ENGL 102 and Sophomore Standing .