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Custom Design Your Bachelor’s Degree – Interdisciplinary Studies at Marylhurst

If your career goals and educational needs don’t fit into a traditional bachelor’s degree program, consider pursuing an interdisciplinary degree. Marylhurst’s degree in interdisciplinary studies allows you to custom design a bachelor’s program that fits your life plan. Enjoy an interdisciplinary approach to the academic area of interest to you while surrounding yourself within an intellectually rigorous scholarly community of students and faculty who collaboratively bring individual topics into focus across disciplinary lines.

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Your program curriculum is drawn from the various subject areas at Marylhurst to formulate a degree plan that leads to your desired career goals. You work with an academic adviser to evaluate your previous college work, determine your goals and then lay out a plan with the most direct path toward graduation.

Careers for interdisciplinary studies graduates at Marylhurst have the most diversity in career paths. Because the program allows students to customize and design a degree path based on career plans, the variety of job options are extensive. Learn more about how interdisciplinary studies students have utilized their degree.

  • Current undergraduate tuition is $463 per credit. Most courses are four credits
  • Credit for Prior Learning: Earn credit for what you know from life or work experience
  • Transfer in credits earned elsewhere

Marylhurst has extensive financial aid management services and help, including scholarships. We are one of the leaders in higher education for transferring credit and converting life experience into college credit – all which help you manage the cost of earning your degree.

As an alternative option to the traditional Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Marylhurst’s Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.) in Interdisciplinary Studies degree is designed specifically for students who have previously earned college credits, hold an associate’s (AAS or AAOT) or a career/technical training degree.

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  • Regionally accredited (NWCCU accredited)
  • Small class sizes with renowned faculty who focus on you
  • Team-orientated coursework with opportunities to network and form connections
  • Join the ranks of thousands of MU alumni making an impact on the Northwest and beyond
  • More than 122-year history of academic excellence

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