Complete these courses with a grade of C- or better:
- English Composition
- Oral Communication
- History or Philosophy
- Fine Arts
- Computer Literacy
- Social and Behavioral Science 1
- Social and Behavioral Science 2
- Biological and Physical Science
- Laboratory course, 4 credits
- Non-laboratory course
Complete three courses with a grade of C or better:
- Advanced Expository Writing (WRIT 300)
completing WRIT 101 and either passing the writing placement test or successfully completing WRIT 200 required
- Ethical Issues in Business and Society (IDIS 302)
and one of the following:
- World Cultures (IDIS 301)
- Arts and Ideas (IDIS 304)
required if no lower-level general-education course in fine arts
Interdisciplinary Studies Program Requirements (43 credits)
Concentration Areas (36 credits)
- Choose three concentration areas from among all majors and minors offered at the University of Baltimore.
- Take four (minimum 12 credits) courses at the 300 level or above in each of your three chosen specialization areas.
- Make sure you take lower-level prerequisites for any of these courses in your first two years.
- You are encouraged to put together a thoughtful sequence of courses in each discipline that reflects the development and continuity of certain themes, methods or schools of thought.
- Interdisciplinary Studies Portfolio (IDIS 497)
In the program's capstone course, you'll integrate your program plan, designed in IDIS 201: Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies, with your concentration areas to complete a learning portfolio.
Complete as many courses as necessary from any discipline to fulfill your 120-credit requirement to graduate. Use these electives to fulfill all introductory requirements in the disciplines chosen for areas of individualized study in your planned interdisciplinary studies program.
Information Literacy Requirement
Meet the UB Information Literacy graduation requirement by successfully completing:
- Introduction to Information Literacy (IDIS 110)