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Intercollegiate Programs

The University’s intercollegiate undergraduate academic programs provide students with the opportunity to earn a credential in a focused area of study that spans subject areas located in multiple colleges and that has been designed by collaborative teams of faculty members from these colleges.

Proposals to create or modify intercollegiate courses, certificates, and minors are developed by faculty teams involving faculty members from two or more colleges, and are submitted to the Undergraduate Council’s Curriculum Committee by the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs on behalf of these teams.  Faculty members who are interested in developing new intercollegiate courses, certificates, or minors should contact the Vice Provost for Academic Affairs.

Data Science Minor

Beginning in Fall 2020, undergraduate students majoring in any field can earn a minor in data science.  The data science minor consists of four core courses and one directed elective.

Core courses:

  • DATA 201 (I will add a course description for each course later)
  • DATA 202
  • DATA 301
  • DATA 302