Interdisciplinary Studies Major—Bachelor of Science Degree
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The interdisciplinary studies major allows students to create a personalized plan of study choosing courses from two or three different departments based on personal goals and interests. Students should not choose the interdisciplinary studies major if desiring to pursue a career that requires certification or licensure.
Students in the interdisciplinary studies major must complete 45 cognate credits from 2 or 3 different academic departments; each cognate requires a minimum of 15 credits. Cognates must be approved by the Registrar.
The purpose of the interdisciplinary studies major is to give students a broad education to equip them with the knowledge and skills for a variety of opportunities.
Graduates of the interdisciplinary studies program will be able to
- analyze information from a variety of disciplines using a Christian worldview and
- demonstrate effective writing skills in a variety of disciplines.
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