ChooseWhy Choose This Program?
Why Study Individualized Interdisciplinary Study at Goucher?
This major is intended for those whose intellectual interests converge in an activity that is not directly addressed by any existing program, double major, or combination of major and minor.
Interdisciplinary study carries on the tradition of developing, integrating, and synthesizing the perspectives of various disciplines and includes a number of ongoing curricular projects created by faculty from diverse divisions and programs. Areas such as global politics, world peace, intercultural awareness, environmental concerns, and advances in science and technology exemplify the need for academic programs that cross, integrate, and transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries.
LearnWhat Will You Learn?
What Will You Learn?
Interdisciplinary study is home to a number of ongoing curricular projects created by faculty from diverse divisions and programs. The curricular projects include both the development of completely new disciplines and the meeting of traditional disciplines in new theoretical and practical areas of common intellectual interest.
DoWhat Will You Do?
What Will You Do?
Students complete 48 credits in courses that focus on the methods and content of three disciplines and balance the contributions of each discipline.
Ideally, the student should initiate the process for declaring the major before the registration period for second semester of sophomore year.
By studying abroad, choosing three-week intensive courses led by Goucher faculty or semester programs suited to their academic plans, Goucher interdisciplinary studies students gain a global perspective that enhances their course of study. Visit the Office of Global Education for more information.