Interdisciplinary Studies, B.A., B.S., B.P.S.
2023 Semester Map
TOTAL CREDITS: 120
Spring, Year Three
Spring, Year Four
Students must complete at least 30 credits in two permitted areas of concentration, with a minimum of 15 credits in each area and at least one 300-level course in one concentration. Up to 15 additional elective credits in the first area (a possible total of 30 credits) will count toward the IDSP degree; up to three (3) additional elective credits in the other area (a possible total of 18 credits). A third concentration (15 credits) or a minor can be added. Students may have a maximum of three concentrations and two minors.
Architecture and Design; Behavioral Sciences; Biological and Chemical Sciences; Biology; Business; Digital Art and Design; English; Finance; Health Sciences; Humanities; Information Technology; Management; Marketing; Mathematics/Physics; Medical Humanities; Psychology; Self-Designed Concentration; Social Sciences; Technical and Professional Communication; and Technology.
ICBS 3XX Behavioral Science seminar, ICLT 3XX Literature seminar, ICPH 3XX Philosophy seminar, and ICSS 3XX Social Science seminar
IDSP 410 Capstone Seminar, IDSP 450* Internship, or IDSP 403 Senior Project
* To register for IDSP 450, email a letter of hire from the internship company on company letterhead to IDSP Director. The letter should include:
- Company information: employer name, address
- Internship title
- Student work context (hybrid, in-person at what location, remote)
- Work schedule
- Start/end dates
The specific type of bachelor's degree is dependent upon the percent of liberal arts credits completed:
Bachelor of Arts
Requires 75% Liberal Arts (90 credits out of 120)
Bachelor of Science
Requires 50% Liberal Arts (60 credits out of 120)
Bachelor of Professional Studies
Requires 25% Liberal Arts (30 credits out of 120)