Masters of Arts or Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
A traditional, single-focused graduate program will meet the needs of many students; however, if your goals and aspirations are better served by multiple fields of study, the Graduate Program in Interdisciplinary Studies (IDS) may be the perfect fit for you.
The goal of the graduate IDS program is to offer a degree plan that integrates academic disciplines to spur personal growth, enhance employability, and promote innovative thinking based on the ability to approach academic questions and research problems from multiple perspectives.
The key to the WTAMU Interdisciplinary Studies program is integration. This is not a program of randomly selected classes. This is your chance to create an individualized degree plan by choosing three complementary disciplines and integrating the knowledge and skills you learn into a program that meets your personal educational and career goals.
During the application process, the interdisciplinary studies coordinator will work with you to identify from the graduate faculty a committee chair and two committee members. This committee should be in place prior to your acceptance into the program. Additionally, a representative from the Graduate School will serve as an administrative member of your committee.
36 hours satisfying the following requirements:
For more information, please contact
Teresa Schrock, Graduate Admissions Coordinator, 806-651-2730.