Interdisciplinary Studies, BS

Students in the Interdisciplinary Studies program complete a curriculum of general studies coursework, and choose two of the following areas of concentration for the remainder of their studies: Art, Bible Studies, Business (BS), English, General Science, History, Honors Leadership, International Studies, Mass Communication, Mathematics (BS), Ministry, Nonprofit Management, Performing Arts, Pre-Law, Professional Writing (BS), Psychology (BS), Strategic Leadership, or Theatre.

Degree Requirements

Program Learning Outcomes

As a graduate of the Interdisciplinary Studies program, you will be able to:

  • Critically evaluate and synthesize knowledge across the arts and sciences
  • Demonstrate contextual thinking
  • Discover creative insights to real-world problems, and
  • Articulate your personal beliefs, values, attitudes and abilities through your understanding of the Christian story and what it means to be of service in God’s world