I had a lot of fun with this task in my college (College of Arts and Sciences), except my goal was to infuse other disciplines into my science course (though the activity can easily go both ways). We wanted to infuse more STEM and humanities concepts into the online Chemistry course. Some of the easiest steps we took were to
1) Change the module titles to be engaging and point to other disciplines. Instead of "solution chemistry", the module is now called "The Liquidation of Witches" and the introduction discusses whether or not the Wicked Witch of the West dissolved when doused with water. Instead of "introduction to chemistry", the module is now called "Bacon and Gunpowder", which points to Francis Bacon, who first reported the formulation for gunpowder. This module covers the basic math of chemistry (dimensional analysis, significant figures, etc.) and properties of matter. Gunpowder is a great substance for a discussion of properties. Bacon also has a great quote about math: "Mathematics is the door and key to the sciences.".
2) Review the background information for discussions and other activities to ensure that crossover concepts are discussed. I am working on generating engaging demonstration videos for the online chemistry course. In discussing the chemical and physical properties of nitrocellulose, I am able to tie in Les Paul guitars, early 1900s cinema, Jules Verne, and so much more!
I had a lot of fun with this activity and by my invitation for other disciplines to cross over into chemistry, I have since been invited to help others infuse chemistry into their courses (mathematics, engineering, literature, speech, etc.).