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About the Interdisciplinary Studies Degree

Do you find it hard to nail down just one area of study in which are you interested? What if you could create your own course of study based on your interests and academic strengths? At Troy University, you can do just that through the University’s degree in interdisciplinary studies.

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A Diverse Program Tailored to You

The interdisciplinary studies program lets you build your degree program based on your individual career goals and skill set. Within this program, you’ll complete your general studies courses and select three academic minors that will hone your skills across a broad spectrum of topics and specializations. This course load will be rounded off with any unrestricted electives you choose to complete the minimum 120 hours course requirement. Study with and learn from expert faculty from throughout the University in the most in-demand programs.

Remove the Worry of Transferring

TROY’s interdisciplinary studies degree removes the worry when transferring. Through building your own program of study, you can choose academic minors that could allow you to put your previously earned credits to use toward earning your degree. For example, if you have interests and a willingness to develop career skills in communication, research and team-based solution strategies, this TROY bachelor’s degree program is a good fit for you.
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Interdisciplinary Studies Locations

For more information about program availability and delivery options, call 1-800-414-5756.

Careers in Interdisciplinary Studies

A Bachelor's Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies can help prepare you for a career in a variety of fields. This program is a great option for those especially interested in acquiring career skills in communication, research and team-based solution strategies. 

Faculty Profiles

Christine Doty

Christine Doty

Christine Doty is an academic advisor for the John W Schmidt Center for Student Success and primarily oversees students in the Interdisciplinary Studies program.

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