Interdisciplinary Studies Master's Program
The Interdisciplinary Studies program provides students with an opportunity to design unique courses of study leading to the MA or MS degree. Students normally select the program because their individual interests dictate that core courses be drawn from two or three academic areas rather than from a single discipline. If academic or professional goals are not adequately accommodated by University programs in existing disciplines, the Interdisciplinary Studies program may meet the need by allowing specialization in the chosen field.
Since Interdisciplinary Studies programs are uniquely structured to suit individual needs, the objectives of specific programs vary considerably. The majority of students who select this program have definite occupational goals in mind at the outset. However, others pursue areas of interest which have little or no direct application to their professional lives.
While it is not possible to predict future employment opportunities for Interdisciplinary Studies graduates, this program provides a vehicle for meeting the needs of students with unusual, creative, and interdisciplinary professional or academic goals.
Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies:
Mathematics Education K-8
Master of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies:
Simulation Science/Computer Simulation*
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Interdisciplinary Studies Forms:
- Interdisciplinary Studies Check List
- Interdisciplinary Studies Master's Program Plan
- Interdisciplinary Studies Letter of Recommendation Access Waiver
*Admissions to these programs has been suspended indefinitely. Other programs may be individually developed with approval. Consult the Office of Graduate Studies for specific information.