Mar 22, 2018  

Interdisciplinary Studies in Education/Psychology, B.A.

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This baccalaureate degree program is designed to integrate an interdisciplinary core of studies with cross-disciplinary flexibility. Students choose a primary concentration of study in education or psychology and select courses from diverse disciplines to supplement and enhance their degree programs. The education concentration is designed for students who do not need Washington State Teacher Certification but seek to enhance their knowledge and skills in roles as support personnel in educational settings.

General University Course Requirements: 36-39 credits

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Primary Concentration

Choose One Primary Concentration: Education, Psychology

24-Upper Division Credits Required

Secondary Concentration

18 Upper-Division Credits in One Secondary Concentration or 12 Upper-Division Credits in Each of Two Secondary Concentrations

Total: Minimum 120 Credits

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