What are Integrative Studies?
Integrative Studies are the required competencies and areas of academic investigation that form the core of a liberal arts education for all Houghton students, including:
- Health and wellness
- Quantitative literacy
- Foreign language
- Christian faith foundation
Faculty from a wide variety of academic disciplines work to bring cohesion and identity to Houghton’s integrative studies program by providing avenues of oversight, assessment, and innovation to the curriculum, its faculty and by fostering interdisciplinary cooperation. View the Integrative Studies goals and outcomes.
What are the Integrative Studies requirements for Houghton students?
Houghton Reads Program Selection
For 2013-2014 the Houghton Reads selection is - Souls in Transition: The Religious and Spiritual Lives of Emerging Adults, by Christian Smith and Patricia Snell. Learn more about Houghton Reads.
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Integrative Studies Director: Susan Bruxvoort Lipscomb