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Program Overview

The Interdisciplinary Studies Major provides students with an opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree with a foundation in practical thinking and ethics. Next you choose two concentrations among the humanities, the sciences or a business-oriented practicum. The program culminates with a capstone thesis, requiring you to cohesively unify your foundation with the two selected concentrations.

This approach empowers you to become a careful, critical thinker and to apply principles of integrity and ethical decision-making to address real-world problems. Graduates are prepared for a broad range of careers across fields such as marketing, supply chain management, social work, hospitality services and finance. 

Student taking notes in Philosophy class

Contact Information

Louis Mancha
Louis Mancha, Ph.D.
Chair, Philosophy Department; Associate Professor of Philosophy
202 Center for the Humanities of Bixler Hall