Interdisciplinary Degree Program: Concentrations

Each student collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Degree Program academic advisor to design a focused program of study made up of related course work form three different disciplines. A minimu of 48 hours in lower- (100- to 200-level) and upper-division (a minimum of 24 hours in 300- to 400-level) course work is required with at least four courses (12 hours) in each discipline.

 

Administrative Sciences: a field of study composed primarily of course work from business and related fields, such as communication, information technology, etc.

 

Applied Arts: a field of study composed primarily of course work from the fine arts and humanities, but might include scientific or technical course work as well.

 

Applied Sciences: a field of study composed primarily of course work from the sciences and technical disciplines.

 

Community Services: a field of study composed primarily of course work from the social sciences (especially political science and criminal justice), education, or health-related disciplines. Examples of an emphasis might be "Public Safety" or "EMS Administration."

 

Human Services: a field of study composed primarily of course work from the social sciences (especially psychology and sociology), education, or health-related disciplines.

 

Liberal Studies: a field of study composed primarily of course work from the humanities and social sciences to meet the unique demands of personal or professional growth.

 

Professional Development: a field of study composed of course work suited to the unique demands of a particular career path.

 

 

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