Interdisciplinary Studies Degree

Make connections across fields of study and connect what you learn to your academic, professional, and civic life.

The Interdisciplinary Studies program is a way for you to custom-design your own degree by combining two different minors from two distinct schools or departments. One of them can be a Personal Minor, which you construct from a set of courses that represent a body of knowledge.

Locations & Learning Options

  • Online
  • Kansas City Metro
  • Parkville, MO
  • Oceanside, CA- Camp Pendleton
  • Fort Irwin, CA – Fort Irwin Base
  • Valdosta, GA- Moody AFB
  • Knob Noster, MO – Whiteman AFB
  • Great Falls, MT – Malmstrom AFB
  • Austin, TX
  • El Paso, TX
  • San Angelo, TX- Goodfellow AFB
  • Grand Forks AFB (ND)

B.S. MAJOR

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Dr. Joshua Mugg

Program Coordinator, Interdisciplinary Studies
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
jmugg@park.edu

This program allows you to customize your academic experience for a degree that’s as unique as your ideas. This degree requires the combination of two minor degrees of study: one that is listed in the catalog, and another one – either listed in the catalog or a Personal Minor you construct from Park University courses.

Careers

The customizable nature of this degree program means that it can lead to a wide range of careers. Here are just a few careers you might pursue, particularly if you add specific training/experience in the relevant field:

  • Entrepreneur
  • Public Relations Specialist
  • Journalist
  • Paralegal
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Program Highlights

Design your own degree

As an Interdisciplinary Studies major, you’ll engage in integrative and interdisciplinary thinking. You’ll consider problems from several different perspectives, examining each subject in its own context as well as its relationship to the issues, questions, and positions of the other discipline(s) you study.

Interdisciplinary Studies students take Park University’s Liberal Education core while specializing in their minor courses of study. In your final year, you’ll complete an advanced interdisciplinary research project or other senior project.

Related programs

Park University’s degree programs are accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Park University is a private, non-profit, institution of higher learning since 1875.