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 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.
Dr. Kenia Halleck
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.