Interdisciplinary Programs

Featuring three majors and four minors, including a philosophy minor and a public service minor.

A field of study can encompass ideas, skills and theory from various subject areas. ACU offers several interdisciplinary majors and minors that allow you to take courses from different academic departments. Pursuing an interdisciplinary education broadens your range of knowledge, gives you a deeper understanding of how ideas interconnect, and provides an excellent foundation for careers that require a diverse skill set.  

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Why get an Interdisciplinary degree?

Undergraduate interdisciplinary degree programs are the Health Professions Degree, the Interdisciplinary Degree Program and International Studies Program. Interdisciplinary programs also include a Community Studies Minor, an Ethnic and Women’s Studies Minor, a Philosophy Minor and a Public Service Minor. If the field you want to enter requires knowledge from a number of disciplines, interdisciplinary programs will provide a degree plan to make you marketable after graduation.

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Interdisciplinary Degrees and Majors (undergraduate)

  • Health Professions Cooperative Degree
  • Interdisciplinary Degree Program
  • International Studies Program

Interdisciplinary Minors

  • Community Studies Minor
  • Ethnic and Women's Studies Minor
  • Philosophy Minor
  • Public Service Minor
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Example Coursework

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Application Deadlines

Regular: February 1st

National Candidates: May 1st

Early Bird: November 1st

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