This course is linked to three or four credit courses across the curriculum. Students in this course complete a project that focuses on an intergenerational (across age or across generation) topic. Students wishing to enroll in an IGS Lined-Credit course must have the permission of the instructor and must submit a proposal to the Director of the Fuss Center for Research on Aging and Intergenerational Studies. Restrictions: Students may enroll for only one IGS Linked-Credit in a give semester; students may complete up to, but not more than, three IGS Linked-Credits towards completion of the bachelor's degree. To receive credit and a grade for an IGS linked option, students must receive a passing grade in the host course. The IGS Linked-Credit cannot be taken pass/fail, and cannot be linked to a course that is taken pass/fail. This credit counts toward an unrestricted elective and there accumulated credits may b e counted toward the elective requirement in the Minor in Aging and Intergenerational Studies. IGS credits do not satisfy other degree requirements unless authorized by an academic department.