Interdisciplinary Courses of Study

 

Grinnell structures the curriculum departmentally. However, we also offer a number of interdisciplinary courses, many of which are open to first-year students. Below are some examples students can consider for Fall or Spring semester 2011-2012.

  • AMS 130 - Introduction to American Studies
  • ENV 145 - Nations and the Global Environment
  • GDS 111 - Introduction to Global Development Studies
  • GLS 251 - Children's & Young Adult Literature
  • GLS 279 - Modern Japanese Fiction & Film
  • GLS 291 - Perspectives in 20th Century Central & Eastern European Literataure
  • GWS 111 - Introduction to Gender, Women's and Sexuality Studies
  • HUM 101 - Humanities I:  The Ancient Greek World
  • Hum 102 - Humanities II:  Roman & Early Christian Culture
  • HUM 140 - Medieval and Renaissance Culture: 1100-1650
  • LAS 111 - Introduction to Latin American Studies
  • LIN 114 - Introduction to General Linguistics
  • TEC 154 - Evolution of Technology