Students can design their major in consultation with their advisors on subject areas of interest
More and more organizations are requiring employees to have the ability to innovate, work in multicultural environments and possess interdisciplinary skills, strong communication and leadership skills. The Midway University Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies provides these values and skills through courses that emphasize practical, integrative and collaborative learning while at the same time allow students to self-design a degree that will meet their current and future career needs.
Interdisciplinary Studies students work closely with an advisor to establish their major and goals. Combining Midway’s general education courses with upper level coursework, students satisfy the credit hour requirement to earn this degree.
No two student’s path are alike within the Interdisciplinary Studies program, it is truly a unique, self-designed program.In consultation with our staff we can also quickly assess what credits you may already have earned and how they can be applied to an Interdisciplinary Studies degree.
Interdisciplinary Studies degrees can be completed online however not all courses at the University are offered online so planning is essential.
Why Choose Midway University?
- Unique – This program is unique and allows students to create their own major
- Personal Attention – Midway provides a high level of service to our students.
- Affordable – We offer competitive tuition rates and several payment options.
- Responsive – Faculty support students and are responsive to their individualized needs.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
Self Designed Track
General Education Requirements
|IDS 101||Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|IDS 310||Experiential/Service Learning||3|
|IDS 410||Experiential/Service Learning||3|
|IDS 380||Interdisciplinary Research||3|
Courses for the self-designed major are to be proposed by students and their advisor and then submitted to the appropriate Dean for presentation and approval by the Curriculum and Policy Committee
|IDS 490||Senior Capstone||3|
Total Credit Hours
Professional Studies/Career Development Track
|Area I: Oral and Written Communication||6|
|Area II: Critical Thinking||6|
|Area III: Technology and Information Literacy||6|
|Area IV: Area of Emphasis||18|
|Area V: Senior Capstone||3-6|
Total Credit Hours