Our Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Program Gives You More Options!
Liberty University’s Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies is a 100% online degree program. The M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies program allows you to choose two areas of study directly related to your passion and career. We want you to have the freedom to design your own graduate program while receiving essential skills in research.
Within our online interdisciplinary studies master’s degree, you will have the opportunity to take foundational classes that provide you with the ability to synthesize your areas of study into a cohesive, marketable set of skills. These areas of study include communication, counseling, English, history, psychology, religion, government, public health, executive leadership, sport management, and more.
Our master’s in interdisciplinary studies program provides a unique opportunity for you to:
- Select your areas of study.
- Maximize your transfer credit potential.
- Complete the degree in under 2 years.
Why Choose Liberty’s Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Program?
Liberty University’s M.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies graduate program can be completed in convenient 8-week online classes taught from a Christian worldview. Liberty’s mission is reinforced by quality professor interactions and faculty dedicated to helping you efficiently complete your graduate program so you can move forward with God’s continued plan for your life.
Pursuing a master’s in interdisciplinary studies program provides the ability to customize your degree to maximize your career opportunities. For many students, this may be completing their master’s degree as soon as possible. If you have graduate credits from more than one-degree program, our graduate degree in interdisciplinary studies could be the quickest route to completing your degree.
Our online master’s degree in interdisciplinary studies program can help equip you with the specific skill set you’re looking for. Take advantage of the flexibility offered through the degree customization so you can complete your degree faster or accomplish a goal of earning a master’s degree with dual concentrations!
What Will You Learn in the Graduate Interdisciplinary Studies Degree?
All students enrolled in Liberty University’s Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program will take introductory courses in interdisciplinary studies and research. These courses can help build upon your foundational knowledge and make you more marketable in your desired field. With the flexibility to customize the rest of your courses, you will be able to achieve mastery knowledge to succeed in and live out your career passions.
Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Program Highlights
Liberty is ranked in the top 1% of more than 2,100 online colleges and universities for academic quality, affordability, and accessibility by BestColleges.com — and ranked as the #2 online school in America by Niche.com. Earning your online degree from a nonprofit university with this kind of recognition will set you apart from others in your field.
- Tuition for our master’s in interdisciplinary studies program has not increased in 5 years. While many other online colleges have raised tuition, Liberty has been able to keep costs low as a nonprofit university.
- Liberty graduates are sought after by prestigious companies for their integrity, personal discipline, and versatility.
- Our Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies graduate program can be completed in under 2 years!
Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Program Information
- Explore the interdisciplinary program’s Areas of Study Guide.
- Review our Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.
- Download and review the Degree Completion Plan.
- This program falls under the College of Arts and Sciences.
- View our Graduate Arts and Sciences Course Guides. (login required)
Career Opportunities for Master’s in Interdisciplinary Studies Graduates
Potential careers will depend on the areas of study you choose!
Some examples of job opportunities based on courses you can take include the following:
- Work as a museum curator by combining executive leadership and history.
- Work as a personal trainer by combining exercise science and sports business leadership.
- Work as an undergraduate Bible professor by combining religion and education.
- Work as an international public health advisor by combining public/community health and global studies.
Military Benefits for Interdisciplinary Studies Students
Liberty University is dedicated to providing world-class educational experiences to military students across the globe. Whether you are a current service member, discharged or retired from service, or the spouse of a service member or veteran, we are here to support you every step of the journey.
As a thank-you for your dedication and service to our country, Liberty is honored to serve and support you in your pursuit of online education by offering the following benefits:
- Tuition discounts: $275 per credit hour for graduate courses
- Additional discount for veterans who serve in a civilian capacity as a First Responder (less than $625 per course)
- 8-week courses, 8 different start dates each year, and no set login times
Admission Requirements for the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies
A regionally or nationally accredited bachelor’s degree with a 2.5 or above GPA is required for admission in good standing. Please visit our admission requirements page for more detailed admissions related information.
All applicants must submit the following:
- Admission application
- Application fee*
- Official college transcripts
- Unofficial college transcripts may be accepted with a completed official transcript request form**
- Proof of English proficiency
*There is no upfront application fee; however, a deferred $50 application fee will be assessed during financial check-in. This fee is waived for qualifying service members, veterans, and military spouses – documentation verifying military status is required.
**An official transcript is needed within 60 days of acceptance or before non-attendance drops for the first set of matriculated classes, whichever comes first.