The bachelor of arts (B.A.) degree in multidisciplinary studies provides a rigorous academic program with a strong foundation in the arts and sciences. The program provides a pathway for students who plan to earn a masters degree or professional degree in the health science (medicine, physician assistant, dentistry, pharmacy, physical therapy, etc.) human services (counseling, psychology, social work), theology/divinity, law, or attend graduate school in the arts, humanities, natural sciences, or social sciences. For students with an entrepreneurial spirit, this degree offers an opportunity to combine the three minors in unique ways.
Requirements for Admission
- Students must apply for formal admission to the Multidisciplinary Studies degree program.
- New students should begin their college studies in the Associate in Arts degree program.
- Students must have completed at least 30 credit hours in the MDS General Education curriculum with a 2.0 cumulative grade point average before they apply.
- A formal application for admission must be submitted to the Multidisciplinary Studies program office. The application includes a Letter of Intent that identifies the student’s three proposed minors and explains how the student will combine these disciplines to achieve their educational or career goals.