The goal of the research was to design and build an organic knowledge repository that had the inherent ability to grow and evolve over time. A design artifact - Constructivist Unifying Baccalaureate Epistemology (CUBE) - was designed and tested to validate the efficacy of this approach. Concept Clustering displayed as a knowledge map was used to display linkages between related concepts. Two models that facilitate this organic nature of the system were developed for this research; a Knowledge Weighting Model and the Aggregation-Integration-Master model. A ranking/voting feature was incorporated which enabled students and faculty to add content to the knowledge base and collectively evaluate the relative weights of conceptual threads. The two design goals of this approach were validated. First, students and faculty were able to enter information that dynamically altered the organization and structure of the knowledge repository. Second, students utilizing the Integrated Knowledge Repository developed a more complex understanding of the interconnected nature of the materials linking a discipline than those students who take conventional single topic courses.