B.A./B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies
All courses specified in the interdisciplinary studies major are included in the determination of the grade point average in the major.
In consultation with an advisor from the Center for Career and Academic Planning, the student develops a written proposal outlining the their goals, objectives, and methods of evaluation.
- Although the student may choose this major when entering the College, s/he ordinarily will not organize the detailed plan of study until after completing at least 30 credits at the college.
- The major program consists of at least 12 courses (36 credits), at least 50 percent of which must be completed at St. John Fisher College.
- Approval of the advisor and the dean of the School of Arts and Sciences must be obtained no later than the point at which the student begins the last 12 credits of the major coursework.
- No more than two courses at the 100 level will be counted toward the major. The remaining ten courses submitted for the major must be at or beyond the 200 level, and at least five courses must be at or beyond the 300 level.
- Interdisciplinary studies cannot be used as part of a double major.
- A minor declared by an interdisciplinary studies major may not include any courses already being used in the program designed for the major.
The Interdisciplinary Major Proposal form is available in the Center for Career and Academic Planning.