2025-2026 Complex Problem and Enduring Question Courses - Call for Proposals

Due October 1, 2024

Join us as we embark on the next decade of Core Renewal by teaching an Enduring Question or Complex Problem course!

The University Core Renewal Committee invites proposals for Complex Problem and Enduring Question courses to be taught during the notable 2025-2026 academic year. Contributing to the rigorous intellectual development and personal formation of our students in the tradition of a Jesuit, Catholic university, these interdisciplinary courses bring together full-time faculty from different academic fields and fulfill at least two different University Core Curriculum requirements (Arts, History I & II, Literature, Mathematics, Natural Science, Philosophy, Social Science, Theology, and Writing). Some may fulfill an additional Core requirement for Cultural Diversity through either Difference, Justice, and the Common Good in the U.S. (DJCG) or Engaging Difference and Justice (EDJ). 

Faculty discuss course

Boston College faculty discuss the challenges and rewards of teaching interdisciplinary Complex Problems and Enduring Questions courses.

If you have any questions, please contact the Core Office at: core@bc.edu.

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