Dec 09, 2023  
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog

Interdisciplinary Studies, B.S.

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Program Description

The Bachelor of Science with a major in Interdisciplinary Studies allows students who desire a broad and flexible program of study the opportunity to integrate more than one disciplinary interest in formulating their degree path. Through this interdisciplinary degree, students acquire and integrate relevant disciplinary perspectives in order to address contemporary political, social, scientific, and humanitarian questions facing their local and global communities. Grounded in principles that promote diversity, community engagement, and social change, a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies prepares students well for the modern workplace and advanced degrees where interdisciplinary approaches offer a unique contribution.

 This program is a part of the Norman J. Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences 

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Admission, Enrollment and Graduation Policies

Admission Requirements

This program does not have specific admission requirements and only admission to Kennesaw State University is required. For more information, please visit the Admissions  section of the catalog.

Graduation Requirements

Each student is expected to meet the requirements outlined in Academic Policies 5.0 PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS & GRADUATION  .


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Program Course Requirements

General Education Core Curriculum (Areas A-E) (42 Credit Hours)

General Education Core Curriculum  

Lower Division Major Requirements (Area F) (18 Credit Hours)

Major Requirements (27 Credit Hours)

Interdisciplinary Major Field Requirements (12 Credit Hours)

Students complete any 3000 or 4000 level courses with the following prefixes: AADS, ASIA, AMST, GWST, ISD, LALS, LDRS, NAIS, PAX, RELS, or STS.

Upper-Division Electives (12 Credit Hours)

Students complete 3000 or 4000 level courses to meet this requirement. Those students seeking the Diversity and Community Engagement certificate must take IHS 3240  and IHS 4760 .

Free Electives (21 Credit Hours)

Any courses in the university curriculum totaling 21 credits.

Program Total (120 Credit Hours)

Embedded Certificate

Upon completion of the degree requirements and selection of specific courses in the Upper-Division Electives students may earn the following certificates. Students, please consult with your academic advisor regarding declaration of a certificate. Diversity and Community Engagement Certificate - Embedded