A student with excellent credentials may design an individualized, interdisciplinary major using existing courses to prepare for a unique career goal not available from a specific major. Courses are usually drawn from two or more existing programs, combined in such a way as to create a distinctive and clearly defined interdisciplinary major. The program must bridge academic disciplines and receive approval of the dean of University College or (for Honors College students) the dean of the Honors College. An application is required before completion of the final 60 semester credits. The student must identify and work with a faculty advisor to design the program of study; maintain a grade-point average of 3.33 or higher; and complete a minimum of 45 credits in the program of study. At least 24 credits must be at the 300-level or higher.

For more information, call the Honors College at 765-285-1024.