Interdisciplinary Studies Program
Interdisciplinary studies programs enable Beloit College students to explore and 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 (listed in chapter 2) are: cognitive science, critical identity studies, environmental studies, health and society, interdisciplinary major: self-designed, international relations, and media studies.
Interdisciplinary minors (listed in chapter 3 unless otherwise noted) are: African studies, Asian studies, cognitive science (chapter 2), critical identity studies (chapter 2), environmental studies (chapter 2), European studies, health and society (chapter 2), interdisciplinary minor: self-designed (chapter 2), journalism, Latin American and Caribbean studies, law and justice, medieval studies, museum studies, and Russian studies.