The Interdisciplinary Studies major is composed of closely correlated coursework in two or more academic areas. The unique feature of this option is the flexibility that allows the student to work with an advisor and several faculty members to build a customized interdisciplinary program that best suits the student’s academic objectives and calling.
On completion of this major, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate competency in the knowledge and application of biblical/theological issues and principles.
- Exhibit general education knowledge and skills to enhance intellectual understanding and effectively communicate in current society.
- Affirm a specific calling or career goal, which clearly articulates a plan for correlated programs of study.
- Possess the ability to pursue further study or serve in various roles in the church or society which draws upon the knowledge and skills of the correlated programs of study.
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INT4800 Interdisciplinary Studies Capstone3
This course is designed for senior interdisciplinary studies majors and consists of the completion of a professional portfolio demonstrating a synthesis of the student’s areas of study. Assignments and readings will also direct the student through the process seeking a job and developing and revising a resume, cover letter, and social revising a resume, cover letter, and social media profile(s).Prerequisite: Senior standing
In addition to the courses listed on this page, graduates must meet the requirements listed here, including:
- A General Education Core
- Associate degrees – 36 credit hours
- Bachelor’s degrees – 45 credit hours
- Minimum credit hours
- Associate degrees – 60 credit hours
- Bachelor’s degrees – 120 credit hours
- Some majors require more credit hours than the listed minimums.
- Students choose elective courses to complete credit hour requirements.
- Electives may apply toward a minor, certificate, associate degree, or second major.
- Sometimes a course required in a student’s major can also fulfill a requirement in the GenEd core. (See notes on the individual major pages.)
Find complete information in the OCU Academic Catalog.