Degrees offered: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Associate of Arts
The Cross-Disciplinary Studies major is designed to demonstrate Ohio Dominican University's commitment to personal and professional development within the wider commitment to the liberal arts and lifelong learning. The Cross-Disciplinary Studies major enables the student to design a program of study that will meet individual needs better than a traditional academic major. The student works with discipline faculty and an advisor to select a cluster of courses building on previous academic background and/or professional experience to achieve appropriate educational goals. Cross-Disciplinary majors are not eligible for teacher licensure. Students interested in developing a program of study should consult the Academic Advising Center.
Sixty (60) credits of which 15 must be earned after the student enters the Cross-Disciplinary Studies major.
No more than 3 credits may be in student teaching, methods, internship, or fieldwork.