The purpose of the bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies is to enable a student to follow a program of study not provided by existing concentrations. It may not be a minor variation of an existing program. Students will design a course of study that will draw from two or more College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) departments/programs or from a CAS department/program and a department/program in another college.
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