Interdisciplinary Studies - Multidisciplinary Studies
The Multidisciplinary Studies sequence of the Interdisciplinary Studies major is built around the offerings of two or more departments or schools. It is intended for the student who is seeking a baccalaureate degree without the specialization of a traditional major. The student, with the help of a faculty advisor, chooses the focus of the program by determining the departments or schools in which he or she wishes to pursue advanced work.
Students who complete the Multidisciplinary Studies sequence will earn a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree and have their transcripts noted: "Major in Interdisciplinary Studies: Multidisciplinary Studies Sequence."
Point of Pride
Some topics recently chosen by Interdisciplinary Studies majors include East Asian Studies, Classical Civilization, Three-Dimensional Design, International Public Administration, and Theatre Management.
Why study Interdisciplinary Studies - Multidisciplinary Studies?Highly motivated students are encouraged to pursue the Multidisciplinary Studies sequence of the Interdisciplinary Studies major because they are allowed to craft their own academic major.
Applying to Illinois State
Only current Illinois State students can apply to the Interdisciplinary Studies - Multidisciplinary Studies sequence, after the completion of 15 semester hours of coursework. Start by filling out this inquiry form.