This diverse program offers coursework from more than a dozen arts and sciences humanities
and social sciences disciplines.
Why multidisciplinary studies at OSU?
The multidisciplinary studies degree builds on the liberal arts and is designed to
broaden your education through a variety of courses. Courses to expect for this major
include History, Inclusion Leadership, Foreign Languages and Natural Science.
This degree offers a variety of courses to expand students’ perceptions of themselves
and the world. Multidisciplinary studies cultivates skills of critical thinking, writing
clearly about complex topics in research and analysis. With this combination of skills,
students can achieve unique academic and career goals. Our graduates enjoy successful
careers in a variety of fields:
Foreign Service Officer
Human Resource Specialist
available for students to choose 2 areas of concentration, including anthropology,
speech, English, history, gender and women's studies, and more
Faculty spread across 13 departments with research in American politics, unmanned
aerial systems, acting and medieval literature
Opportunity to choose two areas of concentration within 18 departments including anthropology,
speech, English, history, gender and women's studies and more
Multidisciplinary studies cultivates key skills valuable for individual development
and good citizenship