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Interdisciplinary Master’s Program

The Interdisciplinary Studies Program

Boise State University offers a Master of Arts/Master of Science degree program in Interdisciplinary Studies. In consultation with faculty, students may combine courses from more than one school or college or more than one department to create an individualized program of educational experience. The program is designed for mature students who wish to continue education at the graduate level but do not seek specialized training concentrated in a major area.

The Interdisciplinary Studies Program is administered by the Graduate College, housed in the College of Arts and Sciences and directly supervised by the Program Director of Interdisciplinary Studies.

Read more details, including application and admission requirements, on the CoAS website

Why pursue an Interdisciplinary degree?

“The Interdisciplinary Master’s degree allows students to create and develop an academic program that supports their future goals that may not currently exist at Boise State”
– Ashley Nichols, Conflict Management

“The IDS option provides the opportunity to engage closely with SPS faculty who are ready to help you find your unique path to graduation.”
– Brian Thompson, LEAD Program

Examples of possible degree combinations