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Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies provides a comprehensive curriculum that allows broad exposure to multiple disciplines. This major provides a practical alternative for baccalaureate degree-seeking students whose needs cannot be met by individual majors. Students can design a course of study that meets their personal academic objectives and furthers their professional growth and development by combining two or more disciplines into a coherent program. The degree will combine general education courses with an interdisciplinary concentration, electives and a capstone course. The proposed coursework is subject to approval by the dean of academic affairs.
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its goals. Upon completion of the program, students will:
The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies consists of 120.0 semester credit hours.
Note: All lower division major and general education courses must be successfully completed before upper division courses are undertaken.
Credit hours in parentheses indicate the required number of credit hours in each discipline.
Upper Division Interdisciplinary Concentration ( 30.0 semester credit hours )
A selection of 15 credit hours in a minimum of two disciplines from the following Eligible Disciplines list is required (other disciplines may be added by the University). See Keiser University Catalog Program Outlines for Upper Division courses in each discipline. The selection of courses is subject to approval by the dean of academic affairs.
Eligible Disciplines: Accounting, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, General Studies*, Health Science, Health Services Administration, Homeland Security, Information Technology Management, Legal Studies, Management Information Systems.
|* General Studies Course Selection|
|Health Psychology||3.0 credit hours|
|Professional Writing||3.0 credit hours|
|Research Writing||3.0 credit hours|
|Critical Thinking||3.0 credit hours|
|Industrial Psychology||3.0 credit hours|
|Intermediate Statistics||3.0 credit hours|
|Sociology of the Urban Community||3.0 credit hours|
|Open Electives ( 51.0 credit hours )|
|27.0 semester credit hours must be Upper Division courses selected from the Eligible Disciplines.|
|Capstone Course ( 3.0 semester credit hours )|
|Interdisciplinary Capstone Experience||3.0 credit hours|
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