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About the Program

The Interdisciplinary Studies program offers two baccalaureate degree programs and two minor areas of study. These include a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies; a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies; a minor in International Studies; and a minor in Women and Gender Studies.

The bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree is designed to provide the student with an interdisciplinary studies program of coursework that emphasizes the arts, humanities, and/or the social sciences. The program of study can be arranged to satisfy an educational objective of an individual student. Such programs may involve either two departments or three departments.

The bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) is designed to provide the student with an interdisciplinary studies program of coursework that emphasizes the natural sciences. The program of study can be arranged to satisfy an educational objective of an individual student. Such programs may involve either two departments or three departments.

The Minor in International Studies is designed to provide the undergraduate student with an interdisciplinary program of coursework and international experience that enhances the knowledge and skills acquired in the student’s chosen major.

The minor in Women and Gender Studies is designed to provide the undergraduate student with an interdisciplinary program of coursework that examines the interplay of gender, race, class, and sexuality by focusing on the experience of women, the concept of gender, and the cultural productions by and about women within specific contexts and across various identities and academic disciplines.