Interdisciplinary GE courses

 
Interdisciplinary courses in the GE Programme strive to integrate knowledge and approaches from different academic disciplines in order to expand students’ intellectual horizons through exposure to different modes of thinking. Interdisciplinary education strives not only to help students to increase their ability to think critically about issues, solve problems, evaluate possibilities and synthesize a range of information, but also to develop the ability to attempt to solve a problem in more than one way, and recognize and respect other people’s different perspectives on a given issue. Thus, interdisciplinary courses give students the opportunity to question customary assumptions about themselves and the world they live in. Designed to guide them to think “outside the box”, these courses stretch students intellectually by showing them that creative solutions and innovative answers can be found through a combination of perseverance, open-mindedness, and imagination.
Intended Learning Outcomes (ILOs)
Interdisciplinary GE (IGE) Courses
List of IGE courses
GDBU1846 / GDSC1846 IGE SLE
GDBU1846/GDSC1846
GDSC1857 / GDSS1857 IGE SLE
GDSC1857/GDSS1857
GDAR1865 / GDSS1865 IGE SLE
GDAR1865/GDSS1865
GDAR1887 / GDSC1887 IGE SLE
GDAR1887/GDSC1887
GDAR1925 / GDSS1925 IGE SLE
GDAR1925/GDSS1925
GDAR1926 / GDSS1926 IGE SLE
GDAR1926/GDSS1926
GDAR1927 / GDSS1927 IGE SLE
GDAR1927/GDSS1927
GDAR1945 / GDSS1945 IGE SLE
GDAR1945/GDSS1945
GDAR1946 / GDSS1946 IGE SLE
GDAR1946/GDSS1946
GDBU1956 / GDSS1956 IGE SLE
GDBU1956/GDSS1956