Student-Designed Interdisciplinary Majors

What kinds of interdisciplinary majors do Truman students pursue? Here are some examples:

Activism
Agricultural Management
American Studies
Art Therapy
Behavioral Economics
Biochemistry
Biomedical Physics
Bioscience Administration
Celtic and Irish Studies
Chinese Studies
Cognitive Science
Comparative Literature
Computational Neurobiology
Cultural Relations
Environmental Business
Environmental Education
Environmental Studies
Film Studies
Foreign Relations
Gender Studies
Global Development
Hispanic Language Learners
Historical Inquiry
International Relations
Italian Studies
Japanese Studies
Labor Studies
Latin American Development
Leadership Theory
Legal Studies
Media Studies
Medical Justice
Medieval Studies
Middle  Eastern Studies
Modern European Studies
Narrative
Peace and Justice
Philosophy and Literature
Political and Cultural Advocacy
Public Administration
Rhetoric and Power
Romanticism
Social Documentation
Social Ecology
Sustainable Economic Development
Translation
Visual and Critical Studies
Women’s Studies