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Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A., B.S., B.P.S.

Chart your own future by customizing a degree program that maximizes your past educational experience and allows you to gain specialization in up to three different areas.

What You’ll Learn

Explore your unique interests in the Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A., B.S., B.P.S. by designing a multifaceted program tailored to one or several career fields. 

You can select from a range of pre-selected career maps that align closely with careers and industries with high-growth potential, or chart your own path combining three professional or liberal arts concentrations.

For ultimate flexibility, you attend classes at our New York City or Long Island campuses or take some courses online—whenever or wherever you like. Plus, whether you're transferring to New York Tech from another institution, or just looking to change your major, our advisors will work with you to choose courses that best suit your academic and career goals and to ensure you find the quickest and most rewarding path to graduation.

Career Options

  • College Recruiter
  • Educator
  • Grant Writer
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Journalist
  • Lobbyist
  • Nonprofit Administrator
  • Political Scientist
  • Public Affairs Executive

"This program has so much to offer. With my degree in interdisciplinary studies, I am able to do my master’s in engineering, computer science, or go to medical school."

Mohammad Tariq Jamal (B.S. ’18)

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

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How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll have a personalized degree in the areas where you are most passionate—a decision that makes you stand out to employers as innovative, driven, and motivated to achieve.

USNWR Best Colleges in Social Mobility

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is a Top Performer for Social Mobility among regional universities in the North.

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