Online Bachelor’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Concentrations

Each student collaborates with an Interdisciplinary Studies academic advisor to design an individualized program of study in one of the following concentrations. Click here to see full program requirements.

 

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Administrative Sciences

The administrative sciences concentration is composed primarily of coursework business related areas, such as: Accounting, Air Force Studies (upper division limited to cadets in AFROTC), Business, Communication, Economics, Finance, Foreign Languages, Health Informatics, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology, Information Systems, Interdisciplinary Studies, Management, Marketing, Military Science (upper division limited to cadets in Army ROTC), Statistics. 

 

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Applied Arts

The applied arts concentration is composed primarily of coursework from the fine arts and humanities, but may include scientific or technical coursework as well such as Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Classics, Dramatic Arts, English, Foreign Languages, History, Mathematics, Military History, Philosophy, Physics, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Statistics, Visual Arts (Art History or Studio Arts).

 

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Applied Sciences

The applied sciences concentration is composed primarily of coursework from the sciences and technical fields, such as Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry, Earth Sciences (Geography, Geology, and Meteorology), Health Informatics, Health Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics. 

 

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Community Services

The community services concentration is composed primarily of coursework from the social sciences (especially political science and criminal justice), education or health, such as African-American Studies, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Earth Science (Geography), Education, Emergency Medical Services, Foreign Languages, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Health and Safety, Health Informatics, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Leisure Studies, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work. 

 

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Human Services

The human services concentration is composed primarily of coursework from the social sciences (especially psychology and sociology), education, or health, such as African American Studies, Anthropology, Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, Emergency Medical Services, Foreign Languages, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Health and Safety, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Interdisciplinary Studies, Leisure Studies, Physical Education, Psychology, Sociology, and Social Work.

 

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Liberal Studies

The liberal studies concentration is composed primarily of coursework in the social sciences to meet the unique demands of personal or professional growth. Courses may include African American Studies, Anthropology, Classics, Communication, Criminal Justice, Dramatic Arts, Earth Sciences (Geography), Education, English, Foreign Languages, Gender Studies, Gerontology, Health and Safety, History, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Interdisciplinary Studies, International Studies, Leisure Studies, Military History, Philosophy, Physical Education, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Social Work, and Visual Arts (Art History or Studio Art).

 

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Professional Development

The professional development concentration is  composed of course work suited to the unique demands of a particular career path, such as Air Force Studies (upper division limited to cadets in AFROTC), Business-Related (Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Management, and Marketing), Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, Emergency Health Services, Foreign Languages, Health Informatics, Health and Safety, Health Sciences, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Information Technology, Information Systems, Interdisciplinary Studies, Leisure Studies, Military Science (upper division limited to cadets in Army ROTC), Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, and Statistics.