Interdisciplinary Humanities empowers students to think about some of the most important human questions about life, literature, art, and history from a variety of perspectives by reading great books together. In each class, three caring, high powered scholars from different disciplines teach students at the same time. This creates a rich learning environment that breaks down the boundaries between subjects, allowing students to read texts and ask questions across fields and perspectives. Another distinctive feature of this cohort is that it allows students to engage in performances of some of the great books they will read. Learning only begins in the classroom, so Interdisciplinary Humanities students engage their studies by visiting museums and attending plays that bring their studies to life. Interdisciplinary Humanities fulfills many Core Requirements, giving students the opportunity to engage a comprehensive, integrated education. This learning cohort is best for students in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics, and Business.