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2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Suggested Four-Year Program of Study: BSIS-BS


 

Interdisciplinary Studies Major, B.S.

 
FRESHMAN YEAR (27-31 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
ENGL 1010 - Critical Reading and Expository Writing   3 ENGL 1020 - Critical Thinking and Argumentation                                    3
Oral Communication Course 3 Fine Arts Course 3
HIST 2010 - The United States to 1877   3 HIST 2020 - The United States since 1877   3
Social & Behavioral Science Course 3 Social & Behavioral Science Course 3
CSCI 1100 - Using Information Technology  or Proficiency exam * 0-3 Mathematics Course 3-4
Fall Total 12-15 Spring Total 15-16

 

SOPHOMORE YEAR (31 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
Literature Course 3 Humanities Course 3
Natural Science Course 4 Natural Science Course 4
Area of Emphasis Courses 6 Area of Emphasis Courses 6
CDST 2200 - Interdisciplinary Learning and Multimedia Presentations   1 CDST 3100 - Interdisciplinary Design Thinking                                                 3
CDST 2300 - The Interdisciplinary e-Portfolio and Its Applications    1    
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 16

 

JUNIOR YEAR (30 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
Area of Emphasis Courses 6 Area of Emphasis Courses                                                  6
General Elective Courses 6 General Elective Courses                                     9
CDST 4950 - Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies   3    
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 15

 

SENIOR YEAR (29 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
General Elective Courses 12 CDST 4210 - Senior Capstone   3
CDST 4110 - Research Invention   2 General Elective Courses 12
Fall Total 14 Spring Total 15

TOTAL = 120 credits

Note:


Proficiency exam may be taken for 0 credit in lieu of CSCI 1100 . Must be completed to meet Graduation requirements. Those students who complete the proficiency exam and are short credits towards their total degree requirements may be required to take additional electives.