Concentration options will vary per location. Learn more about the available options by contacting the Admissions Office at 1-800-829-4723.
- Applied Sciences
- Early Education and Care
- General Studies
- Psychology and Human Services Concentrations
- Justice Studies
- Juvenile Justice Studies
- Legal Studies
- Medical Interpreter
Specific learning outcomes of the Multidisciplinary Studies degree program include:
- Critical Thinking, Logic, and Analysis
- Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning
- Written and Oral Communication
- Information Literacy and Computer Sciences
- Understanding of the scope and relevance of the arts and humanities throughout history and within contemporary society
- Integration of Scientific Thought and Analysis
- Understanding of intercultural and intra-cultural concepts within the social sciences
Careers and Further Study
Students will develop competency in the concepts and methods of critical thinking, and will gain the skills necessary to navigate and manage complex systems, obtain fulfilling employment, and compete in the working world. Students will develop persuasive oral communication and writing skills and be prepared to utilize them in their employment and graduate study. With these transferrable skills and broad-based knowledge, our graduates are equipped to take on new and unforeseen challenges in this fast-paced and quickly changing world.
Our graduates go on to a wide variety of careers, often working in schools, community organizations and services, government agencies, and businesses. Many go on to graduate study in fields ranging from education, to law, to business management.