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The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies is an individually designed major containing a Primary and Secondary area of focus. Under the guidance of an academic advisor, you design an individualized degree specific to your own needs and desires. This degree may provide a quicker option if you have previous college credits that may not apply to other degree programs. Obtaining an Interdisciplinary Studies degree allows you to obtain a broader undergraduate degree, often acting as a stepping stone to a Master’s program. Better transfer and greater flexibility while still covered by the highest accreditation possible—a combination that is hard to beat.
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Why Interdisciplinary Studies?
- Includes two concentrations, allowing you to create a customized degree
- Receive academic credits for previous work experience and education
- Keep undergraduate studies general before specializing in a graduate program
Why Northwest University?
If you've always wanted to earn your degree but haven't had the time, our program was designed for you. In our programs, you can earn your degree while maintaining your current full-time life. It’s worked for others. It can work for you.
- Designed for busy working adults. Attend class just one night each week (and the occasional Saturday).
- Highest institutional accreditation possible. The same as UW and Stanford.
- Transfer up to 90 college credits and speed your way to graduation.
- Take one class at a time, master it, and then move on to the next class.
- Earn credits for life experiences such as military training, real estate license, etc.
- Attend a Christian university that honors your faith tradition.
- Distinguished faculty with academic prowess, experience, and real-world insight.
- Convenient Kirkland location. If you live or work on the Eastside, there is no 520 bridge to cross.
A complete list of courses can be found in the Academic Catalog