Inter-disciplinary

  • INT 1500 Master Student

    Students will develop the skills necessary to reach their educational goals, including improved study skills, communication skills, and time management skills. Students will examine life issues faced by college students and will understand the significance of personal responsibility in achieving their goals. Eligibility: ENG 0410 and ENG 0430. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 1520 Student Success Seminar

    Designed to acclimate and orient students to higher education. Students will develop an understanding of the academic and personal demands of college life, and the attitudes, behaviors, and skills which successful students exhibit. Students will become familiar with the resources available at this college to help them succeed. No prerequisites. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 1750 Arts in the Apple

    Arts in the Apple is intended to provide art, music, theatre, communication, and media arts students with a field-based learning experience using a trip to New York City, during which students will visit museums, cultural institutions, theatres, and attractions. A final project, researched in New York City, will be produced as a result of the course experience. Eligibility: ENG 1530. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 2010 Interdisciplinary Internship

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  • INT 2011 Internship

    Prerequisite: At least a 2.0 GPA and either sophomore standing or one semester completion in an appropriate certificate program. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 2600 Planet Earth: Fieldwork (HON)

    A learning contract for experiential learning is created for each individual internship, which includes program specific learning outcomes that are agreed upon by the faculty sponsor and the student. The contract must be approved by the dean in charge of the discipline area prior to beginning the internship experience. Corequisite: ENG 1530 and reading score of 80+. J occasionally. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 2800 Science Connections

    A science outreach opportunity for science majors, students in this course design and present hands-on science investigations for third grade students in physical science, biology, chemistry, and earth science/geology. Prerequisite: science major with sophomore standing and permission of instructor; must meet minimum college level reading score: Accuplacer 80+. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7004 NSF Tech Scholars Seminar

    Designed to assist NSF Technology Scholars Grant recipients in successful completion of a degree in one of the technology programs. Prerequisite: recipient of the National Science Foundation Technology Scholars Seminar. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7011 Topical Studies - Modern Media

    This class is a thematic offering on a topic of the APLUS program's choice. The topics should be of interest to the developmental studies student and pari with their reading, composition, and other classes. Topics may vary but could include issues like current events, American Culture, and Sports and Mass Media. When possible, it will tie in with other JCC events and aid in oan overall enriching experience intended to improve studetn ability to discuss, interpret and explain a variety of issues. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7014 Current Events & the Media

    Students will explore the way current issues and events are presented by the media. When possible, it will tie in with other JCC events and aid in an overall enriching experience intended to improve student ability to discuss, interpret, and explain a variety of issues. By bringing in current issues, students will gain an understanding of and appreciation for the variety of ways information is present in mainstream American culture. Students will study a variety of topics through different informational mediums, including periodicals, broadcast and print news, and other informational outlets. Prerequisite: Reading score 80+. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7015 Promoting Academic Success

    Students will learn about their rights and responsibilities in higher education, will come to understand and capitalize on their personal learning strengths, and will develop learning strategies and have exposure to, and practice with, various assistive technologies. The Promoting Academic Success course is designed for high school students with learning disabilities and/or other cognitive impairments who plan on transitioning to post-secondary education after high school. Prerequisites: Screening, approval, and referral by Warren County School District staff assigned to recruit for the PAS course. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7016 Auto in Art,Culture,Literature

    Students will examine the automobile and its impact on American culture and its place within the culture. Students will gain an understanding of and appreciation for the automobile in mainstream American culture and its impact on art and literature. Students will study the automobile through a variety of mediums, including music, art, literature, and history. No prerequisites. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7017 Employment Success

    Students will learn the most current steps involved in successfully securing employment in a changing world. By expanding their knowledge of job search strategies, creating professional documents including resumes and cover letters, and understanding the different elements that affect employability, students will develop personal strategies for obtaining gainful employment. Student will also participate in a variety of experiential learning, including an in-class mock interview and other activities based on individual assessment and needs. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7018 Student Senate-Senator

    Students will learn about leadership fundamentals through their leadership position. Students will be involved in a variety of learning experiences in student senate meetings, while attending leadership conferences, on college committees, on student senate sub-committees, and through regular office hours and outreach efforts. Through hands on applications, students will learn group dynamics, problem solving, responsibility, effective communication, and time management skills. Prerequisite: Student must be a member of Student Senate. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7510 Service Learning - Honors

    Students will engage in a service learning project that seeks to expose the student to personal and civic responsibility combining faculty mentor conferencing, academic research, and volunteer service in the community to public, nonprofit agencies, civic, charitable and governmental organizations that support the social network of the community. In doing so, the student will consider how her/his impact on a local level is necessarily connected to a broader context of interaction. The student will submit a project that includes a journal, research paper, and public demonstration of the project. Students are required to meet three times with the faculty mentor to design the project, and review progress throughout the semester. The initial contact with the faculty mentor must occur within two weeks from the start of the semester. The Experiential Learning Contract must be submitted in concurrently with the registration of this course. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7550 Fieldwork Experience - HONORS

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  • INT 7551 Research Methods/Social Scienc

    Students will understand and participate in the research process, and explore both the potential of and limits of social sciences research. Students will also explore the ethics of research in the social sciences by engaging with real-world examples and practices. Students may choose to add a one-hour filed work experience that will engage them in a research project in the local community. This course will count as a social science course for the purpose of distribution requirements. Eligibility: ENG 0410 & ENG 0430 & MAT 0500. J fall. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 7552 Field-Research Methods/Soc Sci

    Students will participate in a one-hour filed work experience that will engage them in a research project in the local community. Students will understand and participate in the research process, and explore both the potential of and limits of social sciences research. Students will also explore the ethics of research in the social sciences by engaging with real-world examples and practices. This course will count as a social science course for the purpose of distribution requirements. Eligibility: ENG 0410 & ENG 0430 & MAT 0500. J fall. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 8002 Disney Institute Experience

    Prerequisite: 24 college credits, 2.5 GPA or better, and complete satisfactory interview process. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 8004 NSF Tech Scholars Seminar

    Designed to assist NSF Technology Scholars Grant recipients in successful completion of a degree in one of the technology programs. Prerequisite: recipient of the National Science Foundation Technology Scholars Seminar. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 8006 NSF Tech Scholars Seminar

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  • INT 8504 NSF Tech Scholars Seminar

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  • INT 8506 NSF Tech Scholars Seminar

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  • INT 8508 HONORS Fieldwork-Sophomore

    Each honors student will register concurrently with the Planet Earth course. In this field experience, the Honors student will design and implement a fieldwork experience which is related to the topics in the course. Generally, this project will incorporate service and volunteer work with a community organization. Master Course Syllabus

  • INT 8510 Service Learning - Honors

    Master Course Syllabus