The degree programs at the School of Interdisciplinary Studies (IS) provide students with a broader learning experience and a wider perspective. Due to this individualized focus and flexibility, the programs are appropriate for both students preparing to enter the workplace and those planning to continue their studies. Most of all, they serve those students who seek a thorough grounding of the arts and sciences from an interdisciplinary perspective.
The School of Interdisciplinary Studies offers six undergraduate degree programs and one graduate degree program. Our six undergraduate programs include a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies, Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Studies, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies, and a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in Education. Moreover, our Master of Interdisciplinary Studies (MAIS) gives student the flexibility to study from various schools and attain additional certificates while still earning a Masters degree. Many of our MAIS students go on to start their own non-profits, lead vital health organizations, or continue their studies in research at the PhD level. Furthermore, the School of IS also has minors in various degree programs, such as American Studies, Environmental Studies, Exercise Studies, Healthcare Studies, and Gender Studies.
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