Do you feel like the traditional majors and minors don’t fit your interests and professional goals? You might want to consider the interdisciplinary studies major and the interdisciplinary studies minors.

What does interdisciplinary mean?

Interdisciplinary is defined as involving two or more academic, scientific, or artistic disciplines. Basically, it means that when you pursue the interdisciplinary studies major or one of the interdisciplinary studies minors, you’ll be learning from two or more areas of study.

Design A Major As Unique As You Are


Interdisciplinary Studies Major

At Truman, you can customize your academic path by designing an Interdisciplinary Studies major suited to your unique interests and goals. The sky is the limit.

Online Liberal Studies Major

Upon attaining at least 60 credit hours of undergraduate coursework, you can pursue a less-structured program of learning on a specific topic of interest. With all of the core degree requirements offered online, this degree facilitates timely completion of degrees started on-ground at Truman or other institutions and prepares you for entry into productive and fulfilling careers.

Pursue Minors Spanning Multiple Academic Areas


Interdisciplinary Studies Minors

Truman offers a wide range of interdisciplinary studies minors that allow you to add more cross-academic studies to your college experience.