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Associate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies

The Associate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies has become more attractive in recent years, because the degree is so flexible, yet focused. The AIS allows students to work with their advisor in creating a degree program that both fulfills graduation requirements and focuses on bringing multiple disciplines together to research a specific problem or area. Increasing your scope of learning just got a lot easier! The Associate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS) allows students select two areas of concentration, based on individual interests, and academic and professional goals. Those wishing to use the AIS degree as a foundation for a bachelor's degree oftentimes select concentration areas based on what they wish to pursue at the bachelor's level.

Areas of emphasis include: Arts, Humanities, Science, Business, Education, Technology, Health, Social and Behavioral Science, Organization and Communication of Ideas, and Social Justice and Equity Studies.

Program Information


To learn more about the Associate Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, view the Undergraduate Catalog. To take the next step on your climb to the top, apply today!



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