Interdisciplinary Studies Program Overview
About the Interdisciplinary Studies Degree
Many problems that we face in our world today are too broad or complex to be solved by a single approach. Interdisciplinary studies is a way for groups and individuals to draw-on and integrate multiple insights and perspectives to analyze problems. This allows us to apply that understanding to find a creative and innovative solution to real-world problems.
The Interdisciplinary Studies degree is designed to give students a variety of options for earning a bachelor’s degree tailored to their educational, career, and personal goals.
A concentration is related to a particular educational and career emphasis. There are seven concentrations which a student may consider:
- Administrative Sciences (B.S.)
- Applied Sciences (B.S.)
- Applied Arts (B.A.)
- Community Services (B.A.)
- Human Services (B.A.)
- Liberal Studies (B.A.)
- Professional Development (B.S.)