INTD498 Senior Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies (3 semester hours)

In this course, students will develop an independent interdisciplinary project showcasing their acquired knowledge, academic and research skills, writing abilities, and presentation strategies. Approved projects will demonstrate the application of prior coursework, the interdisciplinary nature of the program of study, and substantial research knowledge that demonstrates the ability to synthesize and broadly integrate subject-specific and cross-disciplinary knowledge and to connect theory and application. This course also addresses capstone work by considering students’ overall academic accomplishments in light of specific personal and career goals. INTD498 is to be taken after all other Interdisciplinary Studies courses have been satisfactorily completed. A student must have SENIOR standing to register for this course. (Prerequisites: INTD310 and completion of a minimum of 105 hours towards your program)

INTL498 Senior Seminar in Intelligence Studies (3 semester hours)

The Senior Seminar in Intelligence Studies is required for all majors. This capstone experience for Intelligence Studies majors will review and integrate their academic coursework, strengthen their understanding of intelligence research methodologies, and relate their academic preparation to their post-graduation goals. Students will conduct original research and present their findings to the class in written and e-portfolio formats. Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 106 hours towards your program.