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Integrative Studies Substitute Courses and Policy
Substitutions for Integrative Studies (INST) requirements are permitted subject to the following conditions:
- A substitution must appear on the list of approved alternate courses shown below.
- No more than two substitutions are permitted.
- While up to two substitutions are permitted, only one of them may be used to fulfill both an INST requirement and a requirement in the student’s major or minor. In other words, only one substitute course may be double-counted.
The Degree Audit program will automatically count any of the approved substitutes as satisfying INST requirements.
Approved Substitutes / Course Title
INST 2000’s Interconnections
- ECON 2200 Principles of Macroeconomics
- HIST 1400 Survey of Pre-Modern Asia
- HNRS 2000 Inquiry and Society: Social Sciences
- PSYC 1000 Psychology for Non-Majors
INST 2200’s Reflection and Responsibility
- PHIL 1300 Contemporary Moral Problems
- PHIL 2200 Existentialism
- PHIL 2300 Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art
- PHIL 2400 Environmental Philosophy
- PHIL 2500 Philosophy of Race and Ethnicity
- PHIL 2950 Ethics
- RELG 2200 Religion in America
- RELG 2300 Introduction to Judaism and the Hebrew Bible/ Old Testament
- RELG 2400 Introduction to the New Testament/ Christian Origins
- RELG 2500 The Muslim Faith
INST 2400’s Natural Foundations
- BIO 2700 Gender and Biology
- CHEM 1200 Survey of Bio-Organic Chemistry
- ESCI 1001 Introduction to Environmental Science
- ESCI 1010 Physical Geology
- ESCI 1020 Earth System History
- ESCI 2000 Field Geology
- PHYS 2100 Introduction to Physical Science
INST 2600’s Creativity and Culture
- ARTH 2100* Impressionists and Pop Artists Modern Art 1863-1963
- ARTH 2200 Hot Mamas and Guerilla Girls: Women as Artists and Subjects in the Visual Arts
- ARTH 2300 Asian Art History
- ARTH 3100 Exploring Contemporary Visual Art
- ENGL 2230* Studies in African American Literatures
- ENGL 2231* Studies in Women’s Literatures
- ENGL 2232* Studies in Diverse Literary Cultures
- ENGL 2233 Studies in World Literatures
- ENGL 2234* Studies in GLBTQ Literatures
- MUSC 3042 Women in Music
- MUSC 3046 American Popular Music
- THR 3510 Theatre History I
- THR 3520 Theatre History II
* = Writing intensive course