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Interdisciplinary Studies

With about 300 different kinds of positions within 60 career fields for interdisciplinary studies majors, the B.A. in the Interdisciplinary Studies program at Georgian Court University makes sense for students who want a multidisciplinary education and flexible career options.

Master skills in communication, interpersonal relations, critical thinking, analytics, and self-motivation, which are always in demand. This program is rich and challenging, drawing on a wide selection of courses, so you can plan your own interdisciplinary studies curriculum. Numerous class options and career possibilities make it ideal for many of today’s sharpest students.

To earn this degree, you must successfully complete at least 120 credits, including your General Education requirements and the major requirements below.

Major Sequence

  • One introductory course (IDS201 Exploring Interdisciplinary Studies) and a final senior seminar course (IDS401 Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies).
  • 18 semester hours in courses at the 200 level or above in one of the following disciplines: American studies, business (including accounting, economics, and information systems), criminal justice, English, history, integrative health, religious studies, Spanish.
  • 6 semester hours in courses at the 200 level or above from any of the disciplines listed above or from world languages and cultures and philosophy. These courses will be selected under advisement to round out the major concentration.
  • A full academic year within the program is required prior to enrolling in IDS401 Seminar in Interdisciplinary Studies.

For more information on program requirements, consult the Undergraduate Catalog.

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