The Division of Interdisciplinary Studies offers programs in Arts and Sciences that are flexible education customized for working adults and transfer students and provides them with a framework that allows them to connect their learning in the classroom in ways that are relevant to the workplace and the world. Students learn to think, read, and write critically through a curriculum that emphasizes approaches for evaluating and communicating information in a variety of formats: written, oral, and digital .
The majority of courses are 4 credits and meet once per week in the evenings and during the day on Saturdays. The program also sponsors research and conferences that reflect its interdisciplinary approach to teaching and learning, including the Patai Lecture Series, Human rights forum, and the Rights Talk-Podcast.
Fall 2021 courses at the Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at CWE will be held via distance learning with extraordinary faculty, virtual library resources and live staff support.
The Department of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences offers the following academic programs: