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Bachelor of Science in
Interdisciplinary Studies

The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies is designed for the student who has a variety of interests, or has perhaps examined multiple degree programs and discovered that several hold appeal. Embry-Riddle’s bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies is for students who want options and recognize the value in pursuing their varied interests. In this program, students can choose three minors to combine into one degree, and the capstone project will include an internship or a thesis option, just as in other ERAU degree programs.

Being a student at ERAU grants students access to state-of-the-art labs, cutting-edge technology along with dedicated, experienced professors.

Globally recognized, Embry-Riddle will open many doors toward internships, careers, and networking opportunities.

Depending on how students structure their Interdisciplinary Studies degree, they are provided the opportunity to gain the academic experiences and practical, hands-on learning necessary to compete for the most coveted positions with leading employers.

Consider the seemingly endless possibilities: complement Flight training with Entrepreneurship and Applied Meteorology; join Unmanned Aircraft Systems Science, Engineering Science, and Robotics; consider Communication, Terrorism Studies and Psychology as a creative combination. With many minor courses of study from which to choose, students can easily compute how a unique major can position them for the career they envision.

Students have opportunities to participate in many clubs and academic organizations that provide added value to their degree. These include the American Society of Industrial Security, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Phi Beta Lambda Business Leadership Club, and American Association of Airport Executives.

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