Interdisciplinary Studies at Crandall
Crandall’s Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies allows students to explore the full range of academic disciplines instead of being singularly focused in one area. This makes it an ideal major for students who may be unsure about future plans. When a student pursues Interdisciplinary Studies, they complete the equivalent of several disciplinary minors, as well as a focused independent study course during their final year.
Equipped with knowledge gained while earning this degree, students are prepared to pursue advanced education or enter the workforce in a with a broad range of competencies. In small classes, students have the opportunity to interact with peers from several academic majors, as well as work one-on-one with a faculty member as they complete their capstone independent research project.
Outcomes and Careers
Students who hold a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies have a wide variety of career options. Many go on to complete advanced degrees in education, business, seminary, law school, or graduate school. Some key areas of study include Youth Culture, Global Missions, Psychology, Leadership, and Writing and Communication.