Bachelor’s Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies
Residential Interdisciplinary Studies Degree (B.A./B.S.)
Customize your degree to fit your unique career path with an Interdisciplinary Studies B.A. or B.S. from Liberty University. Design a program of study that allows you to pursue your gifts, talents, and interests while studying in an environment that is grounded in a Christian worldview and dedicated to academic excellence.
With your INDS B.A. or B.S. degree, you’ll gain a diverse set of skills across multiple areas of study that will transfer well into today’s complex job market.
What Is Interdisciplinary Studies?
Interdisciplinary studies is a program you design yourself. Here’s how our INDS bachelor’s program works. You’ll select either two or three unique areas of study that will equal 45 credit hours of classes. Within each subject area, you will handpick the classes and credit hours that will equip you to reach your career or graduate program goals.
At the end of your degree program, you’ll take the INDS capstone course, which allows you to demonstrate mastery of content you learned in each area of study. Learn how to articulate and produce a compilation of content learned in the program and discover a greater understanding of your skills and qualifications as you enter the workforce.
What Are the Differences Between the INDS B.A. and B.S.?
With the B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies, you’ll receive a Liberal Arts focus which consists of language electives and an integrative elective. The B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies does not have a liberal arts focus.
Types of Students Who Benefit From an INDS Bachelor’s Degree:
- Goal-oriented students
- Disciplined students
- Transfer students
- Students of all ages
- Students with many interests
- Students with a specific career path in mind
This degree is offered through the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Design Your Own Degree with Interdisciplinary Studies
Academic Information for the B.A./B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies
120 credit hours
Programs of Study
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Common Areas of Study for Interdisciplinary Students
- Church SPED Coordinator
- TESL with Global Studies
- Telemedical Technician
- Military Leadership
- Construction Supervisor
- Underwater Welder