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INT 100 GBC Orientation (0.5 credits)
An introduction to GBC and its programs and services. The goal of the course is to achieve student success. (Required for first-time full-time students and for part-time degree-seeking students before they complete 24 credits.) No prerequisite. [S/U]

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INT 105 Volunteering in Your Community (0.5 credits)
Provides the student with an opportunity to perform several hours of community service and to then reflect on both the personal experience of giving of oneself and on volunteerism in general. Repeatable up to four times. [S/U]

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INT 106 Job Search and Resume Preparation (0.5 credits)
Exploration of job search techniques, determination of the most effective resume format, and preparation of an appropriate resume and cover letter for a prospective career. [S/U]

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INT 295 Educational Travel (1-6 credits)
The study of people, art, music, culture, and history through travel. Unlimited repeatability. [S/U]

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INT 301 Integrative Research Methodology (3 credits)
An interdisciplinary integration of research methods in the natural sciences, social sciences, and history.

Prerequisite: Must have completed 40 or more credits and have completed (ENG 102 or ENG 333) and (MATH 120 or MATH 126 or higher or AMS 310 or STAT 152).

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INT 339 Integrative Humanities Seminar (3 credits)
An integrative seminar on topics in the humanities. The topics will vary to address needs and interests of programs. Course fulfills the upper-division integrative humanities general education requirements. May be repeated once for credit if the topics are different.

Prerequisite: Must have completed 40 or more credits and (ENG 102 or ENG 333) and (MATH 116 or MATH 120 or Math 126 or higher or AMS 310 or STAT 152).

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INT 349 Integrative Social Science Seminar (3 credits)
An integrative seminar on topics in the social sciences. The topics will vary to address needs and interests of programs. Course fulfills the upper-division integrative social sciences general education requirements. May be repeated once for credit if the topics are different.

Prerequisite: Must have completed 40 or more credits and (ENG 102 or ENG 333) and (MATH 116 or MATH 120 or Math 126 or higher or AMS 310 or STAT 152).

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INT 359 Integrative Math Seminar (3 credits)
An integrative seminar on topics in mathematics. The topics will vary to address needs and interests of programs. May be repeated once for credit if the topics are different.

Prerequisite: Must have completed 40 or more credits and have completed (ENG 102 or ENG 333) and (MATH 120 or MATH 126 or higher or AMS 310 or STAT 152).

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INT 369 Integrative Science Seminar (3 credits)
An integrative seminar on topics in science. The topics will vary to address needs and interests of programs. Course fulfills the upper-division integrative science general education requirements. May be repeated once for credit if the topics are different.

Prerequisite: Must have completed 40 or more credits and have completed (ENG 102 or ENG 333) and (MATH 120 or MATH 126 or higher or AMS 310 or STAT 152).

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INT 400 Internship in Integrative Studies (3-6 credits)
A semester placement within a student's concentration (emphasis) area. The internship requires an integration of work experience and a course of study in a specific emphasis area. May be taken for credit more than once, but no more than a total of six credit hours of INT 400 may be counted toward the BA degree.

Prerequisite: Must have senior standing and have declared Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Studies and have completed INT 301. Instructor consent required.

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INT 496 Capstone in Integrative Studies (3 credits)
The application of communication skills, core course knowledge, critical thinking, analysis, and other program skills to conducting an independent research project. The course involves intensive self-directed research and requires students to write an extensive senior paper.

Prerequisite: Must be in senior standing, have declared a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Studies, and have completed INT 301 and INT 400. Instructor consent required.

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