Sister Danae Romrell is the Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies. You can contact her through email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (208)496-3357.
On campus students could also schedule an appointment with Career & Academic Advising by calling (208)496-9800. Their office is located in CHP 101 and their email address is email@example.com.
Online students can contact an online academic advisor by calling (208)496-1411 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the interdisciplinary internship you are required to work for 100 hours (per credit) over a minimum of a 7 week period. Your internship will need to be approved prior to beginning work. To find more information about the requirements you can visit Interdisciplinary Internship. To learn how to have your internship approved you can visit BYU-Idaho Internship
The IDS Capstone Project Course, IDS 499, requires that you complete a 50 hour project. The project should give you an opportunity to integrate content from your concentration and minor/clusters. You will be required to find a faculty mentor to provide guidance for your project. At the end of the semester you will be required to present your project. On campus students typically present at the Research and Creative Works Conference (link to the R&CW Conference). Online students work with their instructor to determine an alternative presentation venue. For more information visit IDS Capstone Course.
Situations like this are considered on a case-by-case basis. Please email Sister Romrell, the Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, at email@example.com, and explain your situation
Typically, no. You need to have the internship approved prior to completing the internship. However, in certain situations it may be possible to waive the internship. Please contact Sister Romrell, the Dean of Interdisciplinary Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and explain your situation