A Unique Degree
Students majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies work closely with an advisor to plan your own degree
Midway University’s Interdisciplinary Studies degree is a program that emphasizes the abilities most demanded in today’s workplace: oral and written communication, critical thinking, technology and information literacy, as well as global awareness.
The Interdisciplinary degree program is flexible and relevant. You will work closely with an advisor to plan your own courses of study, which can be broad or tightly focused on one or two disciplines.
No two student’s path are alike within the Interdisciplinary Studies program, it is truly a unique, self-designed program.
As an Interdisciplinary Studies student, you will also participate in research projects and/or internships to gain real-world experience and help you create a job-ready resume.
|Course Number||Name of Course||Credit Hours|
General Education Requirements
|IDS 101||Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies||3|
|IDS 310||Experiential/Service Learning||3|
|IDS 410||Experiential/Service Learning||3|
|ENG 380||Writing in the Disciplines||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|
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