Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
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.
- Articulate the union of two disciplines into an integrated degree program.
- Utilize skills of interdisciplinary scholarship and research to integrate multiple perspectives and disciplines.
- Critically articulate the fundamental theories and principles underlying each discipline.
- Apply the knowledge and skills acquired through the program in pursuit of specialized career goals.
Skills you will develop
- Achieving your academic, personal, and professional aspirations.
- Focused studies in a variety of subjects; opening a door to an arena of endless job opportunities.
- Entrepreneurial skills by mixing Business courses and those subjects that appeal to the type of business you are interested in the beginning.
- Strong writing, reading, and speaking skills as well as analytical reasoning
- Having a professional career in diverse occupational fields and prepare for the challenges of today’s global economy.
Bachelor of Science (121 Total Credits)
LOWER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
- American History Since 1876
- Introduction to Psychology Communications
- Speech Communication Computers
- Introduction to Computers**
- Freshman Seminar
- English Composition I
- English Composition II
- College Algebra or
- College Mathematics
- Statistics (required)
- Philosophy of the Human Person
- Aesthetics/Philosophy of Arts
- Sacred Scriptures
- Introduction to Catholicism
UPPER DIVISION REQUIREMENTS
- Upper Division Interdisciplinary Concentration
- Upper Division Courses for Discipline One
- Upper Division Courses for Discipline Two
- Upper Division Courses
- Open Elective Courses
- Capstone Course
- Interdisciplinary Capstone
*Some courses are subject to change according to Keiser University’s internal policies.
Mr. Luis Felipe Morales
PhD., Mathematics, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México.
B.S., Mathematics, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, México.
Mr. Morales has been a mathematics professor for five years, teaching in different Mexican universities. Mr. Morales have participated in different international congresses of mathematics as guest speaker. He came to Nicaragua and he started working in Keiser University in January 2014.
The Latin American Campus of Keiser University has a roster of qualified faculty with PH.D and Master degree from prestigious universities in the U.S. and Europe who in addition to being student-centered, have extensive teaching experience.