Overview

The Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies is a unique program designed for students who want to develop their own degree program by combining areas of study traditionally associated with a Master of Arts (humanities, social sciences, communication, etc.). Students have the flexibility to create an individually tailored plan by choosing two concentrations that culminate in either a thesis or nonthesis experience based on their future aspirations.

The non-thesis track culminates in a capstone experience that prepares students for applied, non-research oriented careers.

The thesis track culminates in a scholarly publication that includes original research undertaken during your time as a graduate student. This provides excellent preparation for the future pursuit of a doctoral degree or research-oriented career.

Requirements

For information on general UCF graduate admissions requirements that apply to all prospective students, please visit the admissions section of the graduate catalog. Applicants must apply online.

Applicants must choose a track in this program.

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Contact

Michael Strawser
Campus Location: PSY0223
strawser@ucf.edu
Phone: 407-823-2799


UCF Catalog