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Interdisciplinary Studies (B.S.)

A Bachelor of Science with a major in interdisciplinary studies degree allows you to choose different concentration areas and integrate the knowledge and skills learned in the various areas to pursue pathways, careers and graduate degrees that are interdisciplinary in nature and may not be satisfied by the current degree offerings at UNG.

Your Bachelor's Degree, Your Way

Did you know that you don’t have to choose between your passions in order to pick a major?

A major in interdisciplinary studies gives you the flexibility to explore your interests and make your academic experience what you need it to be.

Choose two or three concentrations that will propel you closer to your goals.

If you are returning to college and have already earned credit hours, then select a concentration that includes courses you have already taken. A bachelor’s degree might be closer than you think.

Track A

For an in-depth look at two concentrations, select track A.

24 cr. Concentration 1
21 cr. Concentration 2
12 cr. Electives
3 cr. IDST 4000

60 Credits Total

Track B

To survey three different concentrations, select track B.

15 cr. Concentration 1
15 cr. Concentration 2
15 cr. Concentration 3
12 cr. Electives
3 cr. IDST 4000

60 Credits Total

Available Concentrations


Accounting, Business, Economics, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Management and Marketing

Fine and Performing Arts

Art, Film/Media Studies, Music and Theater


Communication, English, Journalism, Modern Languages and Philosophy

Healthcare & Human Services

Health, Human Services, Delivery Admin., Sports Medicine, Nursing, Kinesiology, Teacher Education and Athletic Training

Mathematics &Technology

Mathematics, Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Cyber Security, Geographic Information Science

Military Science and Leadership

Military Sciences and specific courses approved by Director

Natural Sciences

Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering, Geography, Geology, Physics, Environmental Science (ESCI & ENVE)

Social Sciences

Anthropology, Criminal Justice, History, Political Science, Sociology, Gerontology, Appalachian Studies, Psychology, and Environmental Studies

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