This degree plan allows students to select two areas of study from several degree concentrations with emphases in liberal arts and sciences. The Interdisciplinary Core is designed to help students develop a philosophical foundation which will be useful in understanding, comparing and integrating different disciplines of study and different aspects of the human experience.

Requirements for the BA/BS in Interdisciplinary Studies
General Education Core 49
Interdisciplinary Studies Core 15
PHI 2013 Introduction to Philosophy 3
Any six hours of PHI courses 6
Any upper-division course from another liberal arts area not including courses from the first and second concentration. General education hours may not be used to meet this requirement. 3
PHI 4813 Senior Project in Interdisciplinary Studies (If one of the selected concentrations has a capstone course, an additional liberal arts course may be substituted.) 3
Interdisciplinary Studies Major
First Area of Concentration. Must include at least 8 upper-division hours, and be selected from the following options: 24
General Science
Literature & Writing
Pre-Law
History
Mathematics
Professional Writing
International Studies
Mass Communication (BS only)
Religion
Literature
Music
Theatre
Second Area of Concentration. Must include at least 8 upper-division hours, and be selected from the following options. Note: Pre-med has a specialized first concentration. The second concentration should be taken from this list. 24
Business (BS only)
Literature & Writing
Pre-Law
General Science (BS only)
Mass Communication (BS only)
Professional Writing (BS only)
History Mathematics (BS only)
Psychology (BS only)
International Studies
Music
Religion
Literature
Performing Arts
Theatre
Foreign Language (BA only) 8
Electives 8-16
TOTAL FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES MAJOR 128