Interdisciplinary Studies (Discover Degree)
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Interdisciplinary Studies (Discover Degree) is a customized program of study for students with unique interests and career goals. Students choosing this major demonstrate high levels of autonomy, responsibility, and independent thinking.
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Creative Arts for Healing
Illustration and Creative Writing
Digital Media Marketing
Sustainability in Business Practices
Sports Communication and Management
Human Rights and Diversity
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日本一本道a不卡免费Students who opt for this major will independently create their own program of study with guidance from advisors and the Interdisciplinary Studies Committee. Depending on their curriculum, they may earn a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. Each Interdisciplinary Studies degree will also require:
- A minimum of 21 credit hours of upper- (3000- or 4000-) level courses
- A minimum of 51 credit hours of major course work within the disciplines selected
- An interdisciplinary capstone project
- The approval of two faculty advisors within the disciplines selected and the Chairs, Deans, and/or Program Coordinators forming the student’s Discover Degree Committee.
日本一本道a不卡免费To be eligible to apply, students must be in good standing and have no more than 75 completed semester hours or have a minimum GPA of 2.5 and no more than 90 completed hours.
Click here日本一本道a不卡免费 for the full application guidelines for Interdisciplinary Studies.
Questions? Contact the Director of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program and Assistant Professor of English Dr. Claudie Massicotte.