Master of Arts/Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
UT Tyler College of Arts and Sciences
UT Tyler offers the master of arts/master of science degree in interdisciplinary studies for students seeking studies in a wider range of fields than possible in a program with a traditional major. The student's background and goals are considered in the design of the individual degree plan.
A total of 36 semester hours of graduate work is required, including a minimum of 12 hours of course work in the first field and a minimum of six hours each in the second and third fields. A maximum of 18 hours in any one field may be applied to the degree. Graduation requirements include successful completion of a written, comprehensive examination over the three fields of study.
Options for first, second and third fields of study include: allied health science, chemistry, computer science, English, music and psychology.
The following may be chosen only as a second or third field: art, communication, criminal justice, history, political science, public administration and sociology.
Check with your graduate advisor for more information about selecting your fields of study.