The Interdisciplinary Studies program affords students the opportunity to craft a degree that is not only academically rigorous, but that is unique to you, the student - one that highlights your strengths and interests. No two degrees are identical.


Degree Requirements

Curriculum 60
Major Core 9

Introduction to General Psychology


 Beginning Spanish Language and Introduction to Hispanic Cultures, I

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies 3
Microeconomics 3
Spanish Language 3
SPAN 2002 Spanish Language 3

The sample pathway below includes adequate credit hours for concentrations in Management, Organizational Leadership, and Psychological Science.

Curriculum 60
Computer Technology for the Workplace 3
Writing for the Legal and Social Science Professions 3
Communications for the Workplace 3
Introduction to Public Administration 3
Applied Computer Technology 3
Public Administration and Public Policy Formation 3
POLS 4864
Public Personnel Administration 3
Project Management for Technical Leaders 3
Introduction to Behavior Modification 3
Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3
Adolescent and Young Adult Psychology 3
Educational Psychology 3
Abnormal Psychology 3
Principles of Accounting I 3
Management and Organization Behavior 3
Introduction to Marketing 3
Human Resource Management 3
Quality Management 3
Supply Chain Management 3
HCAD 3200
Healthcare Management 3
Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone

Grand Total Credits: 120