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Interdisciplinary Studies Courses

The online Interdisciplinary Studies degree program at King University offers students the freedom to design their own plan of study.

Online Interdisciplinary Courses

Because of the unique nature of the Interdisciplinary Studies program, there is no specific course sequence for this program. Students in the program will work with the Student Success Specialist to create a personalized plan that best complements their individual needs, interests and career goals.

General Education Core Requirements (in semester hours):

Prior to graduation, all undergraduate students must complete at least 30 semester hours of general education courses that include at least one (1) course in each of the following:

  • Composition
  • College mathematics
  • Science (with a laboratory)
  • Religion or psychology or sociology or anthropology or foreign language
  • History or political science or economics
  • Humanities: literature or art or fine art or music or theatre

To reach the remainder of the 30 hours students must take any course(s) in the arts and sciences.

Program Details:

  • 48-semester hour major, with 24 hours taken in one discipline and the remaining 24 hours taken in one or more secondary disciplines

Interdisciplinary Degree Specialization Areas:
Students can select any concentration from the list below, to match their academic and professional goals and interests.

  • Business
  • Communication
  • Criminal Justice
  • English
  • Healthcare Administration
  • Health Informatics
  • Information Technology
  • Psychology
  • Religious Studies

Degree Format: 100% ONLINE

*Students will complete the Comprehensive Assessment in the semester that they graduate. All students must pass according to the minimum requirements of their department.

To graduate from King University, students must accumulate at least 124 semester hours (48 of which must be completed at King University).

Undergraduate Transfer Credit

Credits from previously attended colleges or universities will be evaluated based on institutional accreditation, level, content, quality, comparability and degree of program relevance and those accepted will be applied to the new degree being sought, up to a maximum of 76 semester hours.

However, the University will grant semester-hour equivalence only for transfer work with a grade of C- or better, and only work with grades of C- or better will apply toward graduation requirements. Students may submit up to 16 semester hours of prior major coursework for transfer consideration.

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