BA in Interdisciplinary Studies - non licensure

Customize Your Degree. . .

Interested in more than one discipline? Thinking about a non-traditional career path?

Your advisor will help customize your degree so you finish with a strong foundation in general education and two areas of concentrated studies.

Admission to the Interdisciplinary Studies Major

Admission Procedure

A student seeking admission to the Interdisciplinary Studies Major without licensure must contact the Assistant Vice President of Extended Studies-Academics.

Admission for Transfer Students

Students transferring to Adams State University should make application during their first semester. Delay in applying for the major may delay completion of the degree.

Contact Walter Roybal for more info

Major Requirements

Degree Plans

Older Degree Plans

NOTE: A student seeking elementary licensure with an Interdisciplinary Studies major, who for any reason does not complete all the requirements for licensure, must make application to the Assistant Vice President of Extended Studies-Academics for admission to the Interdisciplinary Studies major without licensure. 

Because this change represents a substantial change in the student's degree objectives, it may require significant additional course work. For this reason, an early decision is desirable. 

Here's what students say about ASU and what they've learned here:

Rebecca Fortner:

The Adams State Theatre Program exposed me to all sides of theatre including stage management, acting, directing, working in the costume shop, and set design.

My experience working in the Writing Studio and my directing experience have an amazing cross over - I see how people grow as writers and as actors.

The Writing Studio is a creative outlet. I take someone else’s work, either helping in the Writing Studio or directing a play, and tweak it and present it back out in the world, without changing the integrity.

I help plant ideas in the students’ heads to make their work better, in theatre and in writing.