The Interdisciplinary Studies major is a broad, flexible program whose breadth ensures coverage of several behavioral and social science disciplines. The major is designed to meet the needs of students whose interests and career goals go beyond the boundaries of a single discipline. There are three concentrations within the Interdisciplinary Studies major: Independently Designed Theme, Organizational Studies, and Women's Studies.
INDEPENDENTLY DESIGNED THEME
Students design a course of study built around a particular theme or problem in the social and behavioral sciences.
The Weekend College program is for students who have approximately 60 or more undergraduate credits. It is designed to help students understand the structures, operations, and functions of complex organizations in both public and private sectors.
This track provides a systematic analysis of women's experiences in society. Its goal is to provide insights and generate activities that will lead to an improvement in the position of women, transforming society in the process.
What skills will I develop?
Interdisciplinary studies is a major where critical thinking and the ability to identify and interrelate meaning among a variety of broad areas and disciplines are connected to practical workplace settings and issues.
The Interdisciplinary Studies major provides organizational expertise for use in public and private sector employment settings.