We know. Deciding on the perfect major can be difficult, even impossible if the path you want to follow requires knowledge of a wide range of subject matter. That’s why we developed the interdisciplinary studies major, which gives you the freedom to design a unique academic program to serve your particular interests and professional goals.
A major in interdisciplinary studies requires that you choose three areas of concentration and include a minimum of 15 credit hours from each program, of which at least nine credit hours must be core courses defined by the department where each concentration is housed.
So, this leaves you with a choice. Which three will it be? Art, graphic design and multimedia communication? Economics, women’s studies and psychology? Journalism, PJCS (peace, justice and conflict studies) and environmental science? Your options are endless.
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