Interdisciplinary Studies

Allows individuals to pursue a concentration based on professional goals, and to design the program using a multidisciplinary approach.

Required Courses (9 credits)

BPST 314 Business Legal Environment (3 credits)
INDS 490 Interdisciplinary Research Project (3 credits)
INDS 499 Interdisciplinary Externship (3 credits)

Additional Course Work (30 credits)

No more than 18 credits may be from the same course area (e.g., ACCT, COMM, CIST, GISC, LRSP). Courses that transfer as equivalent to BPS courses will only be accepted into the proposed concentration by obtaining permission from the faculty advisor and the BPS program codirectors. Transfer courses at the 300 and 400 levels, or their equivalents, may be used as part of the concentration proposal. The total number of transfer credits, equivalent and non-equivalent, applied toward the interdisciplinary concentration requirements may not exceed 15.

Students should meet with their faculty advisor for further information regarding documentation required in this concentration.