About Our Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Move Across Disciplines and Propose Your Curriculum
Established on the principle that solving problems and producing knowledge in the 21st century often requires crossing disciplinary boundaries, the student is an active participant in proposing a curriculum that supports an individualized and scholastically rigorous academic goal while customizing coursework to their specific areas of interest.
Students may choose classes from the existing curriculum within our graduate programs, in an undergraduate course with a master’s-level syllabus, through the creation of new classes within a graduate program, or directed studies with faculty offering mentoring and training in an area of expertise.
Interdisciplinary Studies Program Highlights
- A 36-hour program that offers an individualized curriculum created by the student, overseen by a faculty advisor from university faculty appropriate to the course of study.
- Customize your curriculum from over 100 courses.
Customize a master’s degree from these areas of concentration:
Health services administration
Humanitarian action leadership
Nonprofit leadership and social entrepreneurship
- Choose an advisor from our long list of outstanding faculty to shepherd you through your program. Learn more about our graduate school core values.
- Finish the degree in as little as 24 months, attending classes part time
Contact the Graduate Dean’s Office for More Info
For more info and to apply online contact Shirley Ewald, administrative assistant to the dean of graduate and professional studies, at 540-432-4026 or firstname.lastname@example.org.