An IDS degree is a good choice if:
- you have interests that lead you to ask questions across traditional disciplinary boundaries,
- the career path you envision for yourself does not fit into just one area of study,
- you like the challenge of pulling things together from different areas,
- you have taken previous coursework across a variety of fields
to Interdisciplinary Studies
Build your own road
- Public Relations/Community Planning
- Environmental Studies/Journalism
- Sports Psychology – Health/Physical Education
- Natural Science Illustration – Creative arts/Science
- Public Policy/Business Administration
- Corporate Training – Social
Think outside the box. Build your own program
- If you enjoy science and writing, a combination of natural sciences and humanities course work would be good preparation for environmental journalism or technical writing.
- If gender studies is of interest, you can combine course work in social science, humanities, community health and behavioral sciences to better understand this interdisciplinary field of study.
- Students committed to social advocacy and change could benefit from course work in sociology, communication studies, political science and even marketing.
- Students fascinated by culture might combine course work in anthropology, geography, art history and English literature.
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Develop your own DEGREE and Achieve your GOALS
With the help of an academic advisor, you may develop your own degree plan with flexibility to match specific areas of interest, career goals and.or future graduate studies
Step 2: Complete a Change of Major form and submit to Susan Griffin when you meet for advising session.
Step 3: You will be assigned a faculty advisor
Interdisciplinary Studies Advising faculty:
Dr. Bob Hautula
Dr. Ryan Hickerson
Dr. Shaun Huston
Dr. Sriram Khe'
Dr. Marjory Lange
Dr. Sue Monahan
Dr. Jeff Myers