The Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies degree is a theme-oriented and student-designed program that allows you to focus on developing your skills in communication and analysis along with your leadership abilities through a broad education that introduces methods of analysis used in the liberal arts disciplines.
Its objectives are to broaden the student's understanding, interests, and skills, and to help the student become a more responsible, productive member of the family and community.
The degree program features sufficient electives to permit some customization according to the student's interests or career plans.
It consists of 36 credits, divided into two sections:
- The core (12 credits) consists of 3 credits each in the following: research methods/projects, communication skills, theory/application, and critical analysis.
- The additional courses (24 credits) consist of courses directed toward the student's theme, 15 credits of which must be at the 400 level.
Multidisciplinary Studies may be the right degree program for you, if...
- You'd like to customize a degree catered to your career goals
- You haven't earned an undergraduate degree
View our Associate of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies degree.