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B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies

Are you interested in achieving your dream to earn a college degree, but don’t want to spend time on coursework that isn’t related to your professional goals? If so, Walsh University’s newest accelerated degree program, a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, may be the option for you.

With this program, you can essentially build your own major by choosing three areas of study in concentrations. Options include: Accounting, Corporate Communication, Digital Media, Leadership, Management, Marketing, Psychology, Sociology or Theology.


Hannah Monske, Admissions Recruiter for Online Programs
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Upcoming start dates: March 11, May 6 and July 1

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Why Build Your Own Major?

  • Increased Flexibility. Walsh's accelerated degree programs are already known for their flexible 8-week courses sessions and online availability, but now students also have more flexibility in their areas of study.
  • Leverage Career Experience. Not only can you earn credits for previous work experience, you can also tailor your major to your personal career goals. By now you know which areas are key for future career growth, and this program allows you to streamline your course load to enhance your professional acumen.
  • Maximize Your Personal ROI. Rather than choosing between two or three majors, now you can earn one bachelor's degree that encompasses three areas of study, allowing you to increase your marketability and get the most from the investment in your education.

Meet Jenn

More than 10 years from the day she started, Jennifer Stidd successfully completed the necessary courses to earn her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interdisciplinary Studies.

The Walsh Advantage

•  Earn your degree online from an accredited, trusted university
•  Affordable, transparent tuition
•  Military Friendly designation
•  Tuition deferment/payment plans available (Ask for details!)
•  Personalized attention from expert faculty
•  Earn credits for previous life experience and work training