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What are Interdisciplinary Courses?

Interdisciplinary courses engage with issues, problems or knowledge that can't be addressed within a single disciplinary context. These courses consider how different disciplinary backgrounds approach issues and looks to engage in developing solutions that respond holistically.

By enrolling in an interdisciplinary course, you can expand your knowledge beyond your own area of study to address issues that you are interested in. The interdisciplinary environment allows you to connect with students outside of your program, and develop deeper skills around team work, critical thinking and problem solving.

Consult the academic calendar for more information about university interdisciplinary courses. 

Faculty of Arts Courses

Faculty of Education

Faculty of Human and Social Sciences Courses

University Interdisciplinary Courses