Concentrations for Interdisciplinary Studies

The Interdisciplinary Studies Degree allows students to create their own degree by combining two or more disciplines. This degree requires you to choose a concentration, which consists of 30-36 credits. Once a concentration is selected, then choose one of the following options to round out your degree: 1) one minor, 2) two pre-approved clusters, or 3) a second concentration.

ConcentrationsCRConcentrationsCR
*Accounting 36 *Electrical & Computer Engineer 33
Actuarial 34 *Health Promotions 35
*Admin. Assist/Office Manager 35 *History 36
Animal Science 32 Humanities 33
Apparel Design & Construction 31 International Studies 34
Applied Math 35 Literary Studies 33
Architect* 36 *Manufacturing Technology 32
Automotive Engine Performance 36 Media & Professional Writing 34
Automotive Powertrain 36 Philosophy 33
*Automotive Technology 31 *Photography 33
Auto Tech, Design & Manufacturing 36 Physics 35
Biochemistry 35 Professional Writing 34
Business Management 30 Psychology 33
Child Development 34 Sociology 33
Computer Information Systems 33 Software Engineering 36
Computer Science Hardware 36 Spanish 35
Computer Science Internet 36 Statistics 32
Computer Science Theory 36 *Supply Chain & Operations Mgmt. 34
Construction Management 34 Theatre Studies 34
Creative Writing 33 Visual Communication/Business 32
Dance 33 Writing Creatively for Fiction & Film 35
Earth Studies 33

*Concentrations coming soon; ask the ADC Main Office (MC 129).

You can find the requirements for each concentration under its "Academic Department" link or under the "Interdisciplinary Studies" link on the BYU-Idaho Academic Catalog (scroll down).