A detailed list of IDM policies and major requirements is located in the IDM Student Handbook (under "Current Students"). In brief, all IDMs will meet the following guidelines:
A minimum of 12 units or a maximum of 15 units may be counted toward the IDM.
A maximum of 4 units at the 100 course level can be counted toward the major. Language courses at the 100 level cannot be counted as part of the major.
A minimum of 10 units designated must be at the 200 course number level or above.
Courses should be progressively more rigorous and complex (i.e. 200, 300, and 400 level courses). Through the plan of study, it should be clear that the student is prepared to take all upper division courses.
A minimum of 2 methodology/theory courses should be taken, one from each disciplinary foundation.
A minimum of 1 unit of General Studies thesis courses: GS 400 or GS401.
Up to three courses can be transferred from another institution and only one above the 100 level. All courses must be eligible for transfer per the transfer credit guidelines listed on the Registrar’s website. Syllabi for each transfer course should be submitted with the proposed plan of study.
In addition to the coursework on a student's plan of study approved by the Curriculum Executive Committee (CEC), all IDM students will complete the following:
All appropriate All-College and elective requirements as listed in the Colorado College catalog.
All courses approved for their plan of study, including one or two units of GS400: Senior Thesis I and GS401: Senior Thesis II.