Interdisciplinary Studies Major
A major in Interdisciplinary Studies at Grace College will explore the depths of whatever it is you’re passionate about. As you consider an array of colleges with an Interdisciplinary Studies major near you in the midwest, be assured that when you find your way to Winona Lake, Indiana, you will discover a top college to create-your-own major with a Christian worldview. A Bachelors in Interdisciplinary Studies degree will help you make workable connections between whichever disciplines you are interested in, preparing you to weigh questions and create conversation in a Christian college context.
This program is for you if you are serious about creating an impact in a career designed by you. With a bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, you will be required to get real-world experience ensuring you are equipped for jobs in whatever fields you envision for yourself.
Designed to promote creativity, original problem solving and greater curriculum flexibility, this unique major requires you to complete 15 credits in each of three departments with an eye to weaving the areas together around your interests. The integration that results will eventually be demonstrated in a senior project. Students must have a 3.0 GPA to enter the major, and entrance requires the completion of an interview process where the student explains their curricular intentions. Students who are in good academic standing following their first year of study at Grace may submit a proposal and apply for acceptance into this major.
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Education with a Biblical Worldview
At the heart of a Grace education are academically challenging courses that are specifically designed to foster a thirst for character, competence, and service within the hearts and minds of our students.
Being a transfer student, I felt God leading me to Grace because of its great academic programs, amazing professors, and its ever-present integration of faith and learning.Grant Lawrence, Current Grace College Student