Although a majority of undergraduate and graduate programs concentrate on a single discipline, equally strong educational preparation and additional insight may rely on an interdisciplinary approach. One of these programs may better suit your interests.
A discipline provides an important lens for viewing a topic, culture, or problem.
Combining more than one discipline in academic study allows you to see through different
lenses. Interdisciplinary programs often provide greater flexibility of approach and
encourage breadth of perspective. These programs at Towson University both enhance
the strong liberal arts and sciences core and prepare students for professional and
Interdisciplinary programs are offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Interdisciplinary studies give you the freedom and flexibility to focus on a program that can better prepare you for a specific career path you have in mind or for graduate school.
Programs also provide a more integrated learning experience in support of your long-term goals.
Areas of Study
- African and African American Studies Minor
- American Studies Minor
- Ancient Mediterranean Studies Minor
- Asian Studies Minor
- Business, Communication and the Liberal Arts Minor
- Interdisciplinary Studies Major
- Interdisciplinary Studies Minor
- International Studies Major
- International Studies Minor
- Jewish Studies Minor
- Latin American and Latino/a Studies Minor
- Metropolitan Studies Major
- Museum Studies Minor
- Social Sciences Major