The Interdisciplinary Studies Program at Concord University offers students the opportunity to design a course of study that meets a particular career or professional need not available in a single existing degree program. The BA/BS degree in Interdisciplinary Studies enables students to include as many as four different subject areas. This is not an appropriate degree option for the student who is undecided about a major. However, it is the ideal program choice for the student with a career plan that is multi-disciplinary and includes professional goals that are quite specific. Students will work with a faculty committee drawn from the desired subject areas to insure that the overall plan is coherent and that every class is appropriate.
How to Apply
An applicant must have completed one semester of college before being admitted into the program. Each program of study must fulfill Concord’s Program of General Studies and must include an interdisciplinary program of study that comprises at least two disciplines [four permitted], at least 48 credit hours, and a minimum of 12 credit hours of upper level courses in each discipline. Up to 12 hours of internship, directed research, performance, or exhibition credit are permitted in the program.
The student must have an overall grade point average of 2.0 with a minimum GPA of 2.5 in each selected discipline prior to graduation. Each discipline must include a minimum of 12 hours of upper level courses (300 or higher). Completion of the degree program requires a minimum of 120 semester hours.
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