Interdisciplinary studies will allow you to explore a particular area of interest, theme, theory, concern, profession or topic from more than one perspective explored within the college's 12 areas of study. Your close, interdisciplinary examination will be the basis of both discovery and integration of interconnected ideas from different areas. You will sharpen your skills in writing and research and critical reading and thinking, as, together with a faculty mentor, you create a program to meet your specific needs and goals.
A degree in interdisciplinary studies can be an excellent foundation for:
Degrees in interdisciplinary studies are offered at the associate and bachelor’s degree levels.
Taking individual courses as a nondegree student is also possible and will offer you the same range and depth of courses and rigorous standards as matriculated undergraduate students.
Environmental Studies Concentration guidelines effective Sept. 28, 2016 (PDF 54kB)