Cross-Disciplinary Studies BA/BS

Cross-Disciplinary Studies offers the flexibility to construct an individualized program of study that is relevant to their personal interests and professional goals.

Program Highlights

FLEXIBILITY

Construct an individualized program of study that is relevant to your personal interests and professional goals.

OPTIONS

3,000 possible combinations for creating your own major.

RESULTS

100% employed or in grad school in the first year after graduation.

Program Credits: 124
Liberal Arts Credits: 60
Major/Concentration Credits:  50


Standard Completion Time
Four Year Program


Accreditation
Middle States

Major Requirements:

  • Area of Study 1: Existing Minor in a program
  • Area of Study 2: 15 credit hours or more in a program
  • Area of Study 3: 15 credit hours or more in a program
  • GED 402 Senior Integrative Project

What Will I Learn?

Students will choose a minor that already exists from the Roberts Wesleyan College program pages. These fields will consist from professional areas to the Sciences. Students then will pick two different areas of study from Business, Computer Science, Education, Fine Arts, Foreign Language, Humanities, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, Religion, Philosophy, and Social Sciences.  At the end students will cap off their experience with the Senior Integrative Project.

Alumni Success

Lauren Marks '16

Entrepreneur In Resident
GRIT Coffee Bar & Cafe

Jamie Stacy '12

Senior Consultant
Ernst & Young Federal Advisory Services

Kevin Brown '15

Program Coordinator: Provider Performance Improvement
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield

Who Will I Meet?

faculty

Mark Concordia, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice

Professor Concordia worked every aspect of the criminal justice system: corrections, local police patrol, narcotics investigations, police supervision, and criminal investigations at the state and federal level. He spent over 13 years assigned to the FBI Buffalo Division’s Joint Terrorism Task Force.

"Programs such as Cross Disciplinary Studies and the Homeland Security and Applied Intelligence combine coursework in the disciplines of Criminal Justice, Psychology, Communications, Computer Science, History, and Art. This cross-disciplinary approach better prepares college graduates to be successful in life and a multitude of professions."

 

MaiJoi Sharp, Cross-Disciplinary Major '16

"Each moment you live is another step into the unknown. You can plan all you want, but the reality is that only God knows the whole story of your life. If you’re certain that you’re walking according to His plan, whatever that may be, don’t let anyone discourage you for any reason. It’ll all be worth it soon."

 

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