An Interdisciplinary Studies major allows a student to meet his or her career goals, or plans for graduate school or seminary, by selecting two complementary "fields" of study. These two fields together provide a broad, unique, integrated background to learning.
When the Interdisciplinary Studies major has been completed, the student will:
- Present employers with a unique, integrated, interdisciplinary basis for career development;
- Have developed a sound basis for graduate seminary study, in courses tailored to their interests;
- Naturally develop a leadership style based in multiple disciplines;
- Meet the academic standards for an Army or Air Force ROTC commission, if desired;
- Have the opportunity to combine ministry, through a field of study such as Intercultural or Pastoral Studies, with a "tent-making" career track such as Deaf Culture Studies or Communications;