Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
Credit Hours (min)
|Tuition / credit hour||$255.51|
|Fee / credit hour|
|Network & Data Systems||$11.10|
Tuition and fees per credit hour reflect fall 2022 rates for students studying completely online. If an online student takes a course on campus, tuition and fees will differ.
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A Bachelor’s Degree Designed by You, For You
You can earn or complete a bachelor’s degree with the Interdisciplinary Studies online program. Combine aspects of related fields and craft a custom program tailored to your career. This online bachelor's degree program combines the university's core course requirements with related minors, certificates and microcertificates that correspond to your educational goals.
Start building your degree plan by selecting a minor offered by the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences. Work with your academic advisor to build an academic plan that's right for you. This program prepares you for employment or to enroll in graduate or professional studies.
You will need to complete:
- The university’s core course requirements (consult your academic adviser) and
- The requirements for the thematically linked minors, certificates or microcertificates you select from the list below.
Minors From Fulbright College
Must choose at least one minor
Minors From Other Colleges and U of A Certificates and Microcertificates
- Agricultural Business
- Child Services
- Event Management
- General Business
- Hospitality Management
- Human Development and Family Sciences
- Human Resource and Workforce Development
- Supply Chain Management
Available Certificates / Microcertificates
Program Plan for Your Degree
Consult with your advisor in the Fulbright Advising Center during your first semester of enrollment to develop an individualized course plan of study for your interdisciplinary studies degree.
The online course plan contains a minimum of 45 credit hours with a maximum number of hours dependent on which minors, certificates or microcertificates are selected.
Students must complete:
See the Catalog of Studies for additional information on program options and requirements.
Interdisciplinary Studies Admission Requirements
Students must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or better on coursework constituting the major for continuation in the program and in order to graduate with an Interdisciplinary Studies major. Should a student's GPA in the major fall below 2.50, he or she will have one semester to bring the GPA back to an acceptable level.
Some prospective students can qualify for an application fee waiver.
I like taking online classes because I’m a working adult. When you go to lectures in person, you can miss things or just be there physically rather than mentally. Online gives you the capacity to go back and listen to lectures a second time or go back over a specific point in the lecture to fully understand it."