GNST 2901 - Workshop in General Studies (1 credit)
This course is designed to introduce students to the multidisciplinary, general studies major. In this course students are introduced to the concept of multidisciplinary studies. The course assists students in identifying the concentrations that will comprise their major and will help them develop the rationale that links these concentrations into a coherent major. Prerequisite: COMP 1500 or COMP 1500H and completion of 30 undergraduate credits.
GNST 4901 - Capstone in General Studies (3 credits)
This course serves as the capstone for the General Studies major. Students will be required to complete a research project drawing on the two concentrations they have chosen for their program under the guidance of the instructor, employing appropriate methodologies for the disciplines selected. Students will select a faculty member with expertise in the relevant disciplines as a reader for their capstone project. The reader will provide guidance in the development of the capstone project. Students will also read and discuss scholarship relating to disciplines from a variety of disciplinary areas. Prerequisites: COMP 2000 or COMP 2000H or COMP 2010 or COMP 2020 and GNST 2901 and 90 or more earned credits.