B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies
|GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS|
|First Year Experience requirement||4|
|English Composition requirement||6-7|
MAT 103 or higher
|Diverse Communities requirement||3|
|Distributed Disciplinary Foundations|
|Behavioral & Social Science requirement||6|
|ADDITIONAL BACCALAUREATE REQUIREMENTS|
|Writing Emphasis requirement||9|
|Speaking Emphasis requirement||9|
Demonstrating language proficiency through the intermediate level (202) or demonstrating language proficiency through the elementary II (102) level of a language and further acquiring a cultural foundation.
|IDS 300||Interdisciplinary Practice and Theory 1||3|
|Select a 3-credit course in BIO, BME, CHE, CSC, CSD, CST, CSW, ENV, ESS, EXS, HEA, MAT, NSG, NTD, PHY, PPD, SCB, SCI, SMD, STA||3|
|Behavioral and Social Science Course|
|Select a 3-credit course in ANT, CPL, CRJ, ECO, EDA, EDP, GEO, GST, PLN, PMG, PSC, PSY, RUX, SOC, SWO, PAX, WOS, or YES.||3|
|Select a 3-credit course in AMS, CLS, COM, CRW, ENG, DHM, HIS, JRN, LAN, LIN, LIT, LNC, MDC, PHI, WRT, WRH, or a second language.||3|
|Select a 3-credit course in AMA, ARH, ART, DAN, MHL, MTC, MUS, THA, or FLM (including second language courses on foreign film).||3|
|Students must select at least one minor and consult with an advisor to design a concentration focused on areas of interest or future goals.||15|
|Electives selected to reach 120 total credits. May include BA language requirement and courses used to satisfy the minor. All students need a minimum of 42 credits of Advanced Standing coursework across the entire degree.|
|IDS 490||Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone 2||3|
|Total Minimum Credits Required||120|
This requirement is waived for students transferring into the major with more than 90 credits.
This course fulfills the Capstone requirement. Capstone courses from other departments may be considered under advisement, especially for dual/double majors and Accelerated Bachelor’s to Master’s collaborations.