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You want to pursue a degree that you are passionate about, but with so many interests, it can be hard to pick just one degree to pursue. We have a degree that is perfect for anyone looking to create a well-rounded training foundation for any career or job opportunity in any industry. The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies is customizable, allowing students to tailor their degree to areas they are interested in or to intended careers. Students who graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies can pursue a wide variety of careers, as their training is based on multiple areas of experience from their degree program.
When students begin the program, they choose two to three unique areas of study to "customize" their degree, with each area of study being at least 15 credit hours. This can be done solely through Liberty, or by utilizing transfer credit from outside colleges, military training, and experience or on-the-job training. A few popular areas of study include Business, Government, Religion, Technical Studies and Language Studies. Visit our Areas of Study page to see a full list of all areas of study that are available.
We have created an Interdisciplinary Studies degree FAQ page with additional information providing a more detailed look at this degree.
Are you an active duty, National Guard or Reserves service member, veteran, military spouse, or Department of Defense employee? The Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies might be the perfect degree to fit in all the experience you have. We are proud to support you in your pursuit of online education by offering the following benefits:
Liberty’s Interdisciplinary Studies degree is an industry leader in online programs taught by professionals with real-world experience in various settings. Our interdisciplinary degree is offered completely online, allowing you to remain active in your job, with your family, and in your community without the worry of having to take courses on a campus.