Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
King University’s Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies is designed to provide knowledge and skills in special interest topics to those students with unique educational interests. The interdisciplinary studies program is comprised of coursework not available through a more traditional major. Students may combine current available courses across a variety of disciplines and organize them in a way that suits the individual needs, interests and career goals of the student.
Students interested in the interdisciplinary studies program should contact the Program Coordinator, Student Support Specialist or their academic advisor to customize a course plan. This plan will determine degree requirement compliance and course sequence.
Enrollment Requirement – To quality for the program, students are required to submit:
- A biographic resume, which includes a statement outlining rationale for a specialized program and professional goals to the interdisciplinary studies Program Coordinator and the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
- A specialized program of study, decided upon after consultation with faculty of each department of which the student wishes to specialize, to be approved by the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
The BS in Interdisciplinary Studies degree is comprised of a minimum of 48 hours. At least 24 hours of the degree must be taken in a primary discipline, with the remaining 24 taken in one or more secondary disciplines.
Additionally, at least 28 hours from the academic disciples must be taken at the 3000 level or above. At least 30 hours of coursework in the interdisciplinary studies program must be completed at King University following program admission, and 75% of each discipline must be completed at King University as well.