Interdisciplinary Studies, AS
The Associate of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies program provides the opportunity for a student to work with an advisor to design a curriculum that meets the student’s career and educational needs. This flexibility enables students to develop academic programs that meet the ever-changing requirements of the world of work. An Associate of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies can also be designed to prepare students for a Bachelor's degree in certain disciplines if Area F coursework follows the required courses for Area F of any major.
|Core Curriculum (Areas A-E)||42|
|All Core Curriculum requirements for the Interdisciplinary Studies degree are shown under Core Curriculum in the Graduation Requirements section of the Undergraduate Catalog.|
|Lower Division Major Requirements (Area F)||18|
|Courses applied in this category cannot also satisfy Core Curriculum category requirements of Area A-E. Coursework varies depending on student’s academic areas of study. Students should consult with their advisor to design a plan of coursework.|
|IDST 1105||Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|Total Credit Hours||60|