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Interdisciplinary Studies majors can combine two groupings of courses from within different majors or programs to integrate your coursework across disciplines and fields of study. This is especially helpful if you have spent some time pursuing a major, earned a large number of credits, and then needed to change. Interdisciplinary Studies allows you to count those credits toward your major and add a new field of study.

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Leadership Focus
27 credits from the business school then combined with 18 credits of communication courses in public relations, technical communication, and conflict management

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Emergent Technology
33 credits of engineering classes then combined with a minor in anticipatory intelligence (security studies) and coursework in data analytics