An interdisciplinary major is for students who wish to engage in substantial study in several academic fields. It also gives students the opportunity to design a major that fits their unique interests and needs.
47-52 credit hours
- 9 credit hours of courses that are required in each of three major or minor areas 27
- 6 additional credit hours in each of the three selected major or minor areas 18
Senior seminar and internship
- Senior seminar from one of the major areas selected above 1-4
- Internship from the same major as the senior seminar 1-3
Courses are selected from three academic program areas. At least one 3-credit required course in each department must be completed in residence at Goshen College. Not including the senior seminar and internship, a minimum of at least 18 credit hours in the major must be upper-level courses (300-499).
Students interested in investigating an interdisciplinary major should contact the associate dean/director of international education to discuss interests and options. The student’s academic advisor will usually be a professor from the department in which the student elects to complete the senior seminar and internship.