The Division of Multidisciplinary Programs also serves as the coordinating office for the various interdisciplinary minor programs offered through the College of Liberal and Applied Arts. These minors include: Classical Studies, Film Studies, Gender Studies, International Studies, Latin American Studies, Leadership, and Religious Studies. These minor programs are open to students, and information on each individual program can be found by following the link for "Interdisciplinary Minor Programs" found on the left hand side of the page.
As Stephen F. Austin State University is dedicated to offering the Lumberjack population those opportunities that will best prepare them for the challenges of living and working in a global community, it is the belief of our division that one of the strongest opportunities that we can provide is the option for interdisciplinary study and learning. This type of learning situation encourages students to broaden their academic horizons through participating in our enriching programs. These programs focus on an umbrella area of study (e.g. International Studies) and combine coursework from a number of different academic disciplines. As such, these programs have been thoughtfully designed to display how similar academic and professional exchanges occur in differing arenas of study. Furthermore, we believe that linking these studies together better prepares students to solve complex problems encountered in everyday life.
Former SFA Graduate, Austin Chason shares his experiences
Austin Chason, who is a graduate of SFA and a former Peace Corps volunteer will be here to share his experiences and the impact he has made working in Africa.
He will be here Wednesday, December 4th at 4:00 p.m. in Ferguson 376.
For more information please see the attached LAA_SFA_Degree_Poster(1).pdf
AAS 101 Beginning Keyboarding
An excellent option for elective credit! Students will not only continue to develop their typing skills, but will also learn the ins and outs of Word 2010. Multiple sections offered, including one HYBRID (half classroom/half online) section!
Section 001, TR from 9:30-10:45, In Class
Section 002, TR from 11:00-12:15, In Class
Section 003, TR from 2:00-3:15, In Class
Section 600, MWF from 11:00-11:50, HYBRID
If you want more information, please contact Molly SMith at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philosophy Special Topics for Spring 2014
PHI 333 Philosophy in Science Fiction
Philosophy in Science Fiction is being taught by Dr. Kelly Salsbery . The class is being offered on MWF from 1:00-1:50.
PHI 480 Philosophy in Cyberspace
Philosophy in Cyberspace is being taught by Dr. Anne Smith. The class is being offered as an online class.
PHI 490 Esoteric Platonism: Gnosticism
Esoteric Platonism: Gnosticism is being taught by Dr. Owen Smith. The class is being offered on TR from 9:30-10:45.