The Liberal Arts and Sciences curriculum with an Interdisciplinary concentration offers a broad range of courses designed to provide foundational knowledge in areas such as English, mathematics, science, and history. Through such courses, you will develop skills in college level writing, speaking, reading, and computer literacy, with the ability to utilize analytical reasoning and library research.
The Interdisciplinary degree is an excellent foundation toward pursuing a baccalaureate degree.
The general education core for this degree complies with guidelines of the Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI).
Interdisciplinary sample courses
|SPA 222||The Hispanic-American Experience through Literature||4 Credit hours|
|PSY 210||Child Growth and Development||4 Credit hours|
|PHI 220||Ethics||4 Credit hours|