LAS - Liberal Arts Seminar

LAS 110 Intersections (4)

Intersections is an interdisciplinary seminar that all first-year students take in the fall semester. It is an exploration of the “intersections” at which disciplines, ideas and events converge, connect and collide. All sections share a common topic and many common readings and experiences, while each instructor adds a unique emphasis. The contributions of varied fields – natural sciences, behavioral sciences, fine arts, humanities – are included. Students are introduced to college-level skills of reading, writing, speaking, listening, critical thinking and information literacy.


LAS 410 Liberal Arts Seminar (3)

Prerequisite: senior standing or instructor’s permission.  Explores a question or problem of significance using interdisciplinary approaches.  Students will demonstrate their ability to engage in independent inquiry and persuasively communicate results.  The course will show how knowledge, integrated and alive, informs our professional, civic and personal lives.


Approved Liberal Arts Seminar topics include: