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.
|Module Code||Next Running||Module Convenor|
|Entrepreneurship: A Critical Perspective||TBC||Autumn 2015||Gabriella Cacciotti and Vishalaskshi Roy|
|Censorship and Society||TBC||Spring 2016||Roxanne Bibizadeh|
|The Science of Music||TBC||Spring 2016||Gavin Bell|
|Ethical Beings: an Interdisciplinary Exploration Through Children's Literature||TBC||Autumn 2015||Philip Gaydon|
|Digital Humanities and Texts||TBC||Autumn 2015||David Beck (co-taught with Monash University)|
|Community Engagement: Theory into Practice||TBC||Spring 2016||
All undergraduates in years 2, 3 or 4 (with home department approval)
Choice of 12 or 15 CATS for all modules except The Science of Music, which will also be offered at 7.5 CATS.
Allocation of places
If a module is oversubscribed, priority is given to achieving a spread of faculty and discipline backgrounds; i.e., the first person from Dept A to register will take priority over the second person from Dept B, even if that second person from Dept B registered earlier. Priority is also given to students taking the module for credit rather than those auditing or 'overcatting'.