Mar 23, 2018  

Interdisciplinary Studies in Science, B.A.

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This degree program is designed to integrate an interdisciplinary core of studies with cross-disciplinary flexibility. Students choose a primary concentration of study and select courses from diverse disciplines to supplement and enhance their degree program. The Interdisciplinary Studies major in Science and Mathematics prepares students for entry-level positions in industry, government, and allied health professions.

General University Course Requirements: 36-39 credits

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Primary Concentration (upper division): 24 credits

Choose one: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, or Math

Secondary Concentration (upper division): 18 credits

Choose one: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Mathematics, or another department, or Combined Secondary (upper division) (12 credits per secondary focus) 24 credits

Electives (0-6 upper division): 26-32 credits

Minimum of 126 credits required, including 48 upper-division credits.

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