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IQ Curriculum courses
The Arts & Sciences Integrated Inquiry or IQ Curriculum is designed so students can develop a distinctive academic plan reflecting their own intellectual curiosity. Explore popular courses below.
- Language & Cultural Diversity
- Natural Sciences & Mathematics
- Social & Behavioral Sciences
I’m just a bill. Yes, I’m only a bill. And I’m sitting here on Capitol Hill.
From mass-produced sheet music in the mid nineteenth century to digital music and video on the internet.
How have Americans understood what it means to be President of the United States?
General survey of ancient cultures followed by the origins of particular civilizations and the transition to pristine conquest states.
Examine the historical development of Buddhism from its origins in South Asia in the 6th to 5th century BCE, through the transmission of the teachings and practices to East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Tibet, to contemporary transformations of the tradition in the modern West.
Students should see how the topics of calculus are interrelated and build on each other. A single calculus course, while useful, gives a limited picture of the power and applicability of calculus.
Come on along and listen to the lullaby of Broadway!
Designed to give students an understanding of the evolution and ecology of living nonhuman primates; its themes are socioecology, behavior, adaptation, diversity, and the links of primate behavior to that of humans.
Introduction to the physical, chemical state and the evolutionary processes underway in the global climate as a result of natural and human influences
Fundamental geological processes are explored that are responsible for shaping the surface, including both land-forming processes such as volcanism and land-removing processes such as erosion