Multi-interdisciplinary Studies Majors and Degree Programs

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                                through a microscope. A multi-interdisciplinary studies major, by definition, is a major that is derived from two or more distinct programs and that is integrated around a unifying theme or topic that cannot be subsumed under a single discipline or occupational field. For example, a student may participate in a combined accounting and computer science major in preparation to become a forensic accountant or internal auditor. There are many career fields that require multiple expertise that can only be acquired through a multi-interdisciplinary studies major.

Select a concentration below to explore various multi-interdisciplinary Studies majors and view colleges and universities offering majors and degree programs in biological sciences, peace studies, biopsychology, gerontology, museology, accounting and computer science, natural science, global studies and more.

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