Undergraduate Programs

The Interdisciplinary Studies major provides an opportunity to pursue a program of study that is currently unavailable through any single discipline at Towson University. The major offers two alternatives: formally designed concentrations and an individually designed thematic option

The formally designed options, or concentrations listed below have been created by interdisciplinary faculty committees. Under the formally designed programs, students are advised by either the director of the concentration or by a member of its advisory committee.

Interdisciplinary minors are also available. Students in any major may elect to pursue these minors.

  • African & African American Studies Minor
  • American Studies--IDIS Major Concentration//Minor
  • Ancient Mediterranean Studies Minor
  • Animal Behavior--IDIS Major Concentration
  • Asian Studies IDIS Major Concentration//Minor
  • Business, Communication & the Liberal Arts Minor
  • Individually Designed Thematic Option Major/Minor
  • Jewish Studies Minor
  • Latin American & Latino/a Studies IDIS Major Concentration/Minor
  • Museum Studies Minor
  • Associated Programs
  • Cultural Studies Major/Minor
  • International Studies Major/Minor
  • Metropolitan Studies Major
  • Social Sciences Major

Associated Programs

  • Cultural Studies Major/Minor
  • International Studies Major/Minor
  • Metropolitan Studies Major
  • Social Sciences Major

 

Contact Information

Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Studies

Director
Robert Rook, Ph.D.
Location
Liberal Arts Building
Room 2213
Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.