IATL-hosted interdisciplinary undergraduate modules are designed to help students grasp abstract and complex ideas from a range of subjects, to synthesise these into a rounded intellectual and creative response, to understand the symbiotic potential of traditionally distinct disciplines, and to stimulate collaboration through group work and embodied learning.
All undergraduates in years 2, 3 or 4 (with home department approval)
Choice of 12 or 15 CATS for all modules except Challenges of Climate Change and Science of Music, which are also offered at 7.5 CATS.
Interdisciplinary postgraduate modules are relevant to Masters students across the University. They will enable you to work with students from other departments and faculties and help you grasp complex ideas from a range of disciplinary perspectives.
All Masters/PGT students (with home department approval)
Postgraduate modules are available for 10, 15, 20, 30 and 36 CATS depending on the module.