Integrated humanities studies

The integration of technology studies with humanities and social science studies improves critical thinking, creativity, logic and innovation.

Studying humanities and social sciences improves critical thinking, creativity, logic and innovation. When we integrate technology studies with humanities and social sciences (such as English, history, philosophy, anthropology, and writing) across the curriculum, we help students bring to life and retain what they learn. This could take the shape of separate technology and humanities courses being synchronized in some linked fashion, or it could take the shape of humanities or social science material being delivered within selected technology courses.

Examples of how Purdue Polytechnic is integrating humanities studies

On Camera: Integrated Humanities

Supply chain management students study of the flow of goods and services, process improvement, logistics, the movement of raw materials, work-in-process and customer satisfaction. They also work in teams, think creatively, and employ problem-solving concepts to prepare presentations. In this video, watch students present their ideas during an actual class session.