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Interdisciplinary Studies

Explore between and beyond boundaries.

Interdisciplinary Studies

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Multi-dimensional Paths

Interdisciplinary studies programs give Beloit College students the skills to address complex issues through inquiry between and beyond disciplinary boundaries. In these programs, students analyze and synthesize information from multiple perspectives and construct new forms of knowledge. The interdisciplinary offerings include courses, program-supported majors, and self-designed majors and minors.

Interdisciplinary majors include cognitive science, critical identity studies, data science and data analytics, environmental studies, health and society, a self-designed path, international relations, and media studies.

Interdisciplinary minors include African studies, Asian studies, cognitive science, critical identity studies, environmental studies, European studies, health and society, self-designed, journalism, Latin American and Caribbean studies, law and justice, medieval studies, museum studies, and Russian studies.

Sage Green ’21 (right)

The Puppet Play

Sage Green ’21 brings theater to the community with “The Puppet Play,” a devised theater project they wrote and brought to life in collaboration with high school students.

Kate Klein’00 (second person from the right) with her team at Chicago Public School’s Department of STEM

All Paths Lead back to the Classroom

Kate Klein’00 shares her life-time commitment to educating future generations both in and outside of classrooms. Experiences at Beloit College enabled Kate, an Interdisciplinary major, to first enter the education world, and she has never left it since.


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