Multidisciplinary Studies Degree Program

Requirements

 

Requirements to declare the Multidisciplinary Studies Major

  admission to the Multidisciplinary Studies major is granted to all new freshmen admitted unconditionally to the university

● admission to the Multidisciplinary Studies major is granted to transfer and continuing students who have earned a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 in all prior undergraduate coursework

  a minimum of 74 credits of course work for the degree must be taken from the College of Arts and Sciences

  students seeking the Bachelor of Arts must complete two years of study in a single foreign language

  all students must fulfill the requirements of the Foundational Studies program

  all students must submit a proposal for the Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration to:

          Interdisciplinary Programs

          HH 291 / (812) 237-2713

 

Requirements to propose a Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration

  the Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration requires a minimum of 42 credit hours

  no more than 24 credit hours in the Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration may be taken outside the College of Arts and Sciences

  no more than 24 credit hours may be taken in a single discipline

  the concentration must include 21 hours of 300 or 400-level courses

  courses included in the concentration cannot be used to meet any Foundational Studies requirement

  Multidisciplinary Studies majors must earn a minimum grade point average of 2.5 in the Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration

  Multidisciplinary Studies majors must submit a Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration Proposal Form to Interdisciplinary Programs no later than the end of the semester after admission to the program. If approved by the Multidisciplinary Studies faculty, the student may proceed with the curriculum.

● Once approved, the Multidisciplinary Studies Concentration Proposal constitutes the program of study for the major; any subsequent changes in the concentration proceed through the standard petition and review process.

 

Concentration Proposal Form