Multidisciplinary MajorMultidisciplinary Major


Follow your passions and design a totally unique degree. 

Develop a diverse skillset that prepares you for a career in an ever-changing environment with a multidisciplinary studies degree. Unlike most degrees, with a bachelor’s in multidisciplinary studies you’ll select two areas of interest from more than 30 available concentrations and craft your own personalized degree plan. This degree is perfect for you if you’re looking to pursue more than one passion, transferring a wide variety of credits, or seeking maximum flexibility in an undergraduate experience. For example, if you are a skilled musician who would like to learn how to run your own business, you may choose to major in music and business. 

Plus, the customizable multidisciplinary studies capstone course will prepare you for your unique postgraduate goals, whether you plan on attending graduate school or launching your career.


Online, On-Campus, or Hybrid

Online or On-Site


15:1 Student-to-Faculty ratio

15:1 Student-to-Faculty


Total credits and completion time will vary depending on credits already earned

Flexible Degree


Customizable Concentration

While the Multidisciplinary program is housed under the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, students can choose program areas from all academic areas of Concordia including business, science, social sciences, education, and humanities.

*The only exception is nursing.  

  • Choose two program areas to build your customized degree: 
    • Accounting 
    • Behavior Sciences 
    • Biology 
    • Business Chemistry 
    • Classical/Biblical Languages 
    • Communication 
    • Computer Science 
    • Criminal Justice & Criminology 
    • Digital Humanities & E-sports
    • English 
    • Education 
    • Entrepreneurship 
    • Environmental Science 
    • Finance 
    • Fine Arts 
    • Hispanic Studies 
    • History 
    • Human Resource Management 
    • Kinesiology 
    • Leadership Studies 
    • Legal Studies (Pre-Law) 
    • Marketing 
    • Management 
    • Mathematics 
    • Music 
    • Physical & Earth Science 
    • Political Science 
    • Pre-Seminary Studies 
    • Psychology 
    • Religion 
    • Religious Education (not qualified to become a registered church worker) 
    • Sociology 
    • Social Justice  
    • Social Welfare  
    • Theatre Studies 

    *Check Concordia's academic catalog for the most recent list of available concentrations. 

*Check Concordia's academic catalog for the most recent list of available concentrations. 

A custom degree designed by you

Small classes taught by expert professors

Small classes taught by expert professors 

Build close relationships with your fellow students and professors in our small classes. You’ll receive personalized attention, collaborate with your peers and develop a diverse professional network. 

Hands-on learning

Hands-on learning and in-depth experiences 

Master your coursework through practical application while also building your resume. Take advantage of internships, in-depth projects, student organizations and more – all targeted to your customized course of study.

Study Abroad

Study abroad

Our multidisciplinary studies degree is perfect for those looking to spread their wings and learn abroad. Follow your unique passions, wherever they take you!

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Concordia University Texas is SACSCOC accredited, so you can feel confident you’ll earn a high-quality degree respected by top employers across the country. 



Through our multidisciplinary studies program, you have the freedom to direct your studies, gaining the versatility and flexibility that is so important in an ever-changing work environment. 



Your tuition cost is locked in when you enroll, so there are no surprises down the road. Plus, 100% of our students receive some form of financial aid and are enrolled in our textbook rental program to help make this degree more affordable. 


Student Development

Thanks to our small class sizes, every course provides a personal and immersive learning experience. You’ll develop comprehensive skills and knowledge through unique projects, guest speakers, expert faculty, internships and more, and graduate with the ability to make a positive impact in your field and the world. 

Student Development

Job Readiness

In today's highly mobile and diverse society, career changes are commonplace. The multidisciplinary studies degree allows you to develop a diverse set of skills relevant to a wide variety of careers, now and in the future.

Job Readiness

Lutheran Learning Beyond Faith

Become an ethical, competent leader in your industry, community and family with faith- and values-based instruction. 

Lutheran Learning Beyond Faith
Career Outcomes

Your multidisciplinary degree will help you build and advance your career in a variety of positions, including:   

  • Human Resources Specialist 
  • Rehabilitation Counselor 
  • Advertising Sales Agent 
  • Journalist 
  • Environmental Scientist 
  • And more 



School of Humanities and Social Sciences


  • Accreditation

    Concordia University Texas is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the associate, bachelor, and master degrees along with the Doctorate in Education (Ed.D). Concordia University Texas also may offer credentials such as certificates and diplomas at approved degree levels. Questions about the accreditation of Concordia University Texas may be directed in writing to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097, by calling 404-679-4500, or by using information available on SACSCOC’s website (

  • Admissions requirements

    Students coming to Concordia directly from high school with no full-time college experience must have:   

    • GPA of 2.5 (on a 4.0 scale)  

    Students who fall below the above requirement will be evaluated by the Office of Admissions and may still be eligible for admission to Concordia. Please contact your Admissions Counselor if you have questions about achieving admission.   

    If you are transferring to Concordia:   

    • Transfer students with 12 or more college-level credit hours completed must have a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA.   
    • Transfer students with fewer than 12 college-level credit hours completed must meet freshman admission requirements.   

    Visit our admissions page to learn more.

  • Tuition and aid

    View our Financial Aid page  to see how affordable private education can be at Concordia.   

    We also offer the Tornado Textbooks program, which can save you money every semester on books and access codes.

  • Student resources available

    At Concordia, we offer additional resources to ensure your success, including the writing center, math center, speech center and peer tutoring. The CTX Library's eBook collection of over 180,000+ items is available 24/7. The library also provides several Research Guides and Tutorials and you can chat with a librarian 24/7 for additional help. Because you’re a person and not just a student to us, mental health screening, resources and support are also available. Check out our mental health page for more information. 

  • What jobs can I get with a multidisciplinary studies degree? 

    This bachelor’s degree allows you to choose course combinations that suit your interests and needs. Our multidisciplinary studies students have gone on to build careers in positions such as: 

    • Rehabilitation Counselor 
    • Journalist 
    • Advertising Sales Agent 
    • Environmental Scientist 
    • Human Resources Specialist 
    • And more 
  • What is the credit breakdown of a multidisciplinary studies degree from Concordia University Texas? 

    You must take 18 credit hours in each of your two chosen program areas. At least 12 of these hours must be upper-level, and at least 6 of the upper-level credit hours in each program area must be taken from Concordia University Texas. The remaining 6 credits hours can be selected as supporting courses. Courses only count for one program area or as a supporting course, not both. 

Carl C. Trovall, MDiv, PhD

The two questions I get asked most frequently as director of the Multidisciplinary Major are "What is a Multidisciplinary degree?" and "Why should I consider this major?" 

The Multidisciplinary major refers to the study of more than one academic discipline or profession, which can give you maximum flexibility to design a program that fits your unique personal and vocational goals. 

If you haven’t decided on a major, or you have broad interests and want to continue to be a lifelong learner, the Multidisciplinary Major is a strong option to consider. It gives you the freedom to explore a variety of subject areas and how they interconnect with each other, so you can choose the right major for you. 

Carl C. Trovall, MDiv, PhD






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