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Interdisciplinary Studies

Interdisciplinary Studies Advising

Want to learn more about the Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) Program? Visit the IDS website to learn about the admissions process, degree requirements, and more!

  • When students express interest or determine to declare as an IDS student, they will meet with an academic advisor in the Advising and Academic Support Center (AASC). Meeting with an academic advisor will be necessary to create your educational pathway.
  • The first appointment option is for students wanting to learn more about the IDS program and the second option is for students who are ready to declare IDS.

Want to learn more about IDS?

Are you wanting to learn more about building your own degree? Learn more about what the Interdisciplinary Studies (3D) program is all about and if it’s the right fit for you and your goals.

Fully online?

Interdisciplinary Professional Studies might be a better fit.  Learn more about the online Interdisciplinary Professional Studies program

Ready to Declare IDS?

If you have identified your three areas of study in pursuit of an IDS degree and are ready to begin building your degree plan, schedule a meeting with an academic advisor.