Degree Requirements

Bachelor of Arts in Multidisciplinary Studies

Students who major in Multidisciplinary Studies will choose from two programmatic block areas, as well as complete the following requirements.

 

Core Curriculum: 56-58 semester hours of courses in English, Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Kinesiology, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Communication, Foreign Language, Religion, Classics/Humanities, and Leadership. All students, regardless of major, must demonstrate Computer Competency either by taking the Computer Competency Exam or taking and passing CIS 1301 Intro to Personal Computers, preferably in their freshman year.

 

Global/Cultural

3 hours from one of the following courses:

ENG 2301 World Literature: Classicism

HIS 2321 Western Civilization to 1715

HIS 2322 Western Civilization from 1715

HIS 3308 Asian History and Culture

HIS 3301 History of Mexico

HIS 3314 Traditions/Values of Classical Civilizations

HON 2311 Critical Thinking about Great Texts

PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy

 

Modern Language

Complete two consecutive terms (at least six credit hours) of a non- English language

 

Students must successfully complete the following:

Supporting Courses (11 hours)

LDR 42xx Multidisciplinary Capstone Course

 

Plus 9 hours (3-4 courses) from the following list:

ENG 2301 Survey of Classicism

ENG 3311 Advanced Writing

HIS 2321 Western Civilization to 1715

HIS 2322 Western Civilization from 1715

MUS 2350 Introduction to World Music and Culture + 1 Fine Art credit (e.g., MUS 11xx, applied music lesson)

PHL 3301 Survey of Western Philosophy

POLS 1303 American Government & Citizenship

REL 3333 Introduction to Christian Ethics

REL 3381 Major World Religions

SOC 1301 Introduction to Sociology

SOC/HIS 2306 Race and Ethnic Relations

 

Elective Hours: A sufficient number of credit hours to bring the total number of hours to 128 of which 39 must be upper-level.

 

It is highly recommended that students seek assistance from their Academic Advisor well in advance of registration each semester to create/revise their personal plan for their unique multidisciplinary goals.

 

ALL students are required to complete the following general graduation requirements during their Junior or Senior terms:

CAAP/GRE

Valid completion of the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) exam (offered each long semester through Concordia) or the Graduate Record Examinations ® (GRE) (offered at various testing sites) and have a copy of the GRE scores sent to Concordia.

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