Imagineering and the Technosphere

Choose 3 courses from the following list. Each course must come from a different department, center, or program. Courses may be added over time, keep checking back for any additions.

To verify whether a cross-listed section of a course below can count from a different department, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu. 

** These special topics courses are offered infrequently. Only the course titles listed here currently count for credit with the Intersections Scholars program. If you would like to have another special topics title considered for the program, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu.

Imagineering and the Technosphere Course Cluster

Course Prefix/CodeCourse TitleSpring 2020Summer 2020Fall 2020Spring 2021Summer 2021Fall 2021 General Education RequirementWriting Requirement Credit
Quest 2
IDS2935Why Chemistry Matters YYGE-P/D
Anthropology
ANT3153North American ArchaeologyYYGE-H
Art and Art History
ARH4710Introduction to PhotographyYGE-H/N
Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women's Studies
WST3610
Gender, Race, and Science
WST3703
History of American Medicine: Race, Class, Gender, and Science
Classics
CLA2100The Glory That Was GreeceYYGE-H/N
CLA2521Classical Antiquity and SustainabilityYYGE-H
CLA3111Athens in Topography and MonumentsYGE-H/N
CLA3151Pompeii: An Archaeological LaboratoryYGE-H/N
CLA3160Ancient EgyptYYGE-H/N
CLA3421Classics and Science Fiction
CLT3291Greek DramaYYGE-H/N6000 words (some sections may not have words)
CLT3510Ancient World in Film YY
Design, Construction & Planning
DCP4000Overview of Historic PreservationYY
DCP4930/DIG4905/CLA3930/MEM3931**Imagineering the Technosphere (special topics)Y
DCP6714Documentation of the Built EnvironmentY
Digital Worlds Institute
DIG2930**Special Topics: Foundations of Digital Culture
DIG2931C**Special Topics of Digital Culture
DIG3020Foundations of Digital CultureY (summer B) Y
DIG3433Digital StorytellingYY
DIG4171CDigital Tools for Arts & Humanities
English
ENC1136Multimodal Writing and Digital LiteracyYYYY6,000 words
LIT3400**The Literature of Sustainability & Resilience (special topics)YY
European Studies
EUS3930Privacy: Europe and US Perspectives Y
EUS3937Languages in Social Media Y
History
AMH2631History of Sustainability
AMH3630American Environmental HistoryY
EUH3683The History of Consumption
HIS3464Intro, the History of Science from Origins to Newton
HIS3464Intro, the History of Science from Renaissance to the Present
HIS3465The Scientific RevolutionYYGE-H4,000 words
HIS3483The Nuclear Age
HIS4472History of Evolutionary Thought from the Enlightenment to the PresentY
WOH3404Global History of EnergyY
WOH4234Atlantic Exchanges from Columbus to NATO
Honors Uncommon Reads
IDH2930The Alchemy of AirY
Languages, Literatures & Cultures
CHI4930**Kung Fu & Martial Arts Film (special topics)
CHI4930**Chinese Film and Media (special topics)Y
GER2225Online Intermediate German Y
GER3232German Text Translation and Generation 1Y
GER3233German Text Translation and Generation 2Y
GER3332Topics in German Film and Culture
GET2100German Literacy HeritageGE-H6,000 words
GET3004Modern German Culture and Civilization
GET3200Medieval Literary CultureYYYGE-H4,000 words
GET3201Early Modern Literacy CultureYYY
GET3580Representations of War in Literature and Visual MediaY
GEW4401Cities as Cultural CentersY
Materials Science and Engineering
EMA1004Impact Materials on SocietyYYGE-H
Philosophy
PHI3641Ethics and Innovation YYYYGE-H4,000 words
PHI3681Ethics, Data, and Technology YY
PHM3032Ethics and EcologyGE-H
Religion
REL2071Sustainability and ReligionYYGE-H2,000 words
REL2104Environmental EthicsYYGE-H
REL3103Religion and Nature in North America YYGE-H
REL3160Religion and ScienceYGE-H4,000 words
REL3492Religion Ethics and NatureYGE-H2,000 words

** These special topics courses are offered infrequently. Only the course titles listed here currently count for credit with the Intersections Scholars program. If you would like to have another special topics title considered for the program, please contact an Intersections Adviser at intersections@advising.ufl.edu.