RESEARCH & INQUIRY
Research and inquiry skills are central to all fields of study and essential for life-long independent learning. Students who take this theme will be well-prepared to think critically about the world around them. By learning the fundamental skills and knowledge of inquiry and research, students completing this cluster will be able to examine, evaluate and discuss complex problems related to society, human behavior and the sciences of the natural world. This thematic cluster is unique in that participation includes engaging co-curricular activities, such as presenting at the Undergraduate Research Symposium, or completing research workshops.
Requirements: Completion of any of the following options.
Courses that are taken pass/fail can count towards the requirements, but courses with standard grading require a grade of “C” or higher to count.