The Individualized sequence of the Interdisciplinary Studies major allows a student, with the help of a faculty sponsor, to design a specialized program of study not otherwise offered by the University. This is intended for the student whose specific interests cannot be accommodated within existing programs.
Some topics chosen by students include Classical Civilization, Three Dimensional Design, and International Public Relations. The Individualized sequence is typically a second or auxiliary major but may be proposed as a primary major.
Students who complete the Individualized sequence will earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree and have their transcripts noted: "Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Individualized Sequence: ____________" (the theme that is specified on the plan of study).
Why Study Interdisciplinary Studies - Individualized?
Highly motivated students are encouraged to pursue the Individualized sequence of the Interdisciplinary Studies major because they are allowed to craft their own academic major.