The Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences curriculum is a program of advanced study in the humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. The focus of the curriculum is the comparative study of peoples, groups, societies, cultures and environments within the United States and selected regions of the world. To provide an interdisciplinary and comparative basis for the study of different groups, societies and cultures, the Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences curriculum is organized around three general dimensions of social life: Culture and Ideas (Fine Arts and Humanities), Society and the Individual (Social Sciences) and The Natural World (Natural Sciences).
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Mathematics (TMATH) Effective Autumn 2015 SAM is proud to announce the approval of a new Bachelor of Science in Mathematics effective autumn 2015. The Mathematics major encourages students to both study mathematics in its own right and to apply it to another discipline. Students develop the mental skills necessary for the creation, analysis, and critique of mathematical and quantitative topics.
School of IAS mission, values and guiding principles and vision Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences is an evolving, culturally relevant course of study grounded in a respect for diversity and a responsiveness to the needs and desires of the communities and the environment around us.
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