B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies - Professional Concentration

University College
General Education Requirements
First Year Experience4
Academic Foundations
English Composition requirement6
Mathematics requirement3
Interdisciplinary requirement3
Diverse Communities requirement3
Distributive Requirements
Science requirement6
Behavioral & Social Science requirement6
Humanities requirement6
Arts requirement3
Additional Baccalaureate Requirements
Writing Emphasis requirement9
Speaking Emphasis requirement9
Ethics requirement3
Major Courses
IDS 300Interdisciplinary Practice and Theory 13
STEM-H Course3
Select a 3-credit course in BIO, BME, CHE, CSC, CSD, CST, CSW, ESS, ENV, EXS, HEA, MAT, NSG, NTD, PHY, PPD, SCB, SCI, SMD, or STA.
Behavioral and Social Science Course3
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.
Humanities Course3
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.
Arts Course3
Select a 3-credit course in AMA, ARH, ART, DAN, MUS, MHL, MTC, THA, or FLM (including second language courses on foreign film).
Major Requirements
Professional Concentration students must choose at least one minor from the Professional Colleges or from the College of the Sciences and Mathematics. Students work with advisors to integrate minors into Interdisciplinary concentrations, which may include additional minors.
Minor Courses/Self-Designed Concentration15
Students must select at least one minor and consult with an advisor to design a concentration focused on areas of interest or future goals.
Minor Courses/Upper-Level Electives30
Select at least 30 credits of 300/400-level elective courses. These may include courses that satisfy minor requirements.
Select electives to total 120 semester hours (includes credits taken to fulfill minor requirements).
Capstone Requirement
IDS 490Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone 23
Total Minimum Credits Required120