Interdisciplinary Studies Associate's Degrees
An associate degree in interdisciplinary studies may be right for you if you are interested in several different fields, and would like to combine elements of those fields into a single career. These degree programs do not include a prescribed set of courses; instead, each program can be customized by each student taking it. Students generally select two or more areas on which to focus, then take courses that can help them to explore the various details and skills of those fields. A school academic advisor may be able to help students narrow down their preferences and choose classes that complement each other.
Learn more about the education requirements for interdisciplinary studies at our interdisciplinary studies career center page.