The IDS degree program is a broader, interdisciplinary course of study rather than a traditional major/minor.
The Interdisciplinary Studies degree prepares students to think critically and analytically across a wide range of disciplines or fields of study. With a flexible degree program, you choose classes that are interesting and meaningful to you. Students take the majority of their courses in an Emphasis which requires 27 units. The remaining courses are taken in 3 different Concentrations, with 9 units required in each Concentration. The Emphasis and the Concentration themes are discussed in more depth on the emphases page.
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