Interdisciplinary Studies “3-D” Baccalaureate Program
The 3-D Program allows students to custom-tailor a degree plan to fit their academic interests and career aspirations by combining three minors (or two minors and one certificate) to constitute a major. It operates under the auspices of the Interdisciplinary Studies Program; students who successfully complete the 3-D program will receive a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.
Your proposed minors and certificates may represent any combination of academic colleges. Out of the three minors/certificates, your primary minor provides additional disciplinary depth to expertise. This minor determines how you will satisfy the CID and FF requirements in Foundational Studies. Proposed triple minors will be reviewed by the COAS Associate Deans for academic soundness. If/when your proposal is approved, the Center for Advising and Student Success will work with you to develop a semester-by-semester course plan.
Contact the Center for Advising and Student Success at (208) 426-2663 to learn more and/or to schedule an appointment.