Interdisciplinary Studies is the required major for those students planning to teach early childhood education/early childhood special education, elementary education (grades PreK-6 option), middle education (grades 6-8 option), special education (deaf and hard of hearing; general curriculum). Students planning to pursue one of these programs can find complete details in the College of Education and Human Development information (See here ). Other students who desire a broader major that cannot be met with existing majors and minors also should consider Interdisciplinary Studies, pursuing the liberal arts non-teaching option. Interdisciplinary Studies/liberal arts non-teaching requirements can be found below.
Liberal Arts Non-Teaching Option, B.A.
Liberal Arts Non-Teaching Option, B.S.