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Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies

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Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science (BS) in Interdisciplinary Studies is a flexible and versatile degree completion program designed for students who have previously obtained college credit. The degree allows students to personalize their degree plan and select multiple emphasis areas of interest. 

The interdisciplinary degree can be completed online, on-campus, or a combination of both. Graduates of this program can: 

  • Increase their skillset
  • Bolster critical thinking
  • Creatively solve problems
  • Develop a collaborative mindset
  • Advance in their current career or transition to a new career


"I work 40 hours a week. With a busy life, this program has helped me to continue my education. This program is one of the best decisions I've made."

- Brittney Trujillo, Class of 2020

Frequently Asked Questions


    Do I need to apply for this program?

    Yes. All interested students need to apply using the online application.

    Can I get financial aid?

    All students are encouraged to apply for federal, state, and institutional financial aid. Any monies awarded may be used for classes in the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies.

    Can I transfer in credits?

    Yes. Students will transfer credits will receive an official evaluation upon admission into the program to determine what credits already count to the degree and what credits still need to be taken to graduate.

    How long will it take me to finish?

    Courses are offered year-round, providing maximum flexibility for students. This means students can take as much or as little time needed to complete the degree. Upon admission to the program, you will create a personalized degree plan which will outline timeframe for completion.

    I don't live in Pueblo. Can I be in this program?

    Yes. Students can be anywhere in the world and complete this program. We have correspondence, self-paced courses, and online courses for those who cannot come to campus. We also have campus courses at our Pueblo and Colorado Springs campus for those who wish to take courses in person.
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Interdisciplinary Studies

Jason Engel

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