The School of Integrative Studies interdisciplinary minor in consciousness and transformation provides students with a well-grounded understanding of the nature of human consciousness, including both the historical foundations and modern research findings. Through the required coursework, students develop an ability to implement personal practices that foster deeper self-awareness, the regulation of stress factors in his or her life, and an emerging sense of meaning for his or her life. Students will learn to creatively and effectively apply principles from the exploration of consciousness and transformation to his or her own field of study.
For policies governing all minors, see the Undergraduate Policies section of this catalog.
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Students must have a minimum grade of 2.00 in each course applied to the minor. Eight credits of course work must be unique to the minor.
AVT 204 - Visual ThinkingCredits: 3
GCH 350 - Health Promotion and Education Credits: 3
INTS 346 - Art as Social Action Credits: 4
INTS 404 - Ethics and Leadership Credits: 4
INTS 446 - Art, Beauty, and Culture Credits: 3-6
PRLS 300 - People with Nature Credits: 3
RELI 337 - Mysticism: East and West Credits: 3
THR 395 - Theater as the Life of the Mind Credits: 3