About Interdisciplinary Studies Majors
Integrative & Individualized Studies
Choosing to major in Interdisciplinary Studies offers you an opportunity to customize your bachelor’s degree by designing your own program of study. You will select complementary courses or minors from academic disciplines that allow you to focus on the subjects and topics that interest you.
Core coursework in the major explores diverse subjects that share a strong interdisciplinary theme. By emphasizing the importance of studying complex issues from multiple perspectives, these courses equip students with skills in critical thinking, interpretation, problem-solving, and multi-faceted analysis.
You may choose to pursue either a Bachelor of Science with a cognate requirement or a Bachelor of Arts with a foreign language requirement in either the Integrative or Individualized Studies concentrations.
Read our FAQ page for more information or talk with an advisor.
If you are a student with fewer than 45 credit hours, read more about the Exploratory Concentration or talk with an advisor.