Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies
The Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree at LeTourneau University provides students with the opportunity to customize their degree to fit specific personal and career goals. Students will choose up to three concentrations or two concentrations and a minor instead of majoring in one area of study. Students must submit degree plans to a faculty committee to be reviewed and approved. Degree plans include the three concentrations chosen and reasons as to how each concentration is needed to further career goals.
All courses can be taken completely online or at any of the following LeTourneau University locations: Austin, Bedford, Dallas, Houston, Longview and Tyler. Classes are offered in the evening and are once a week. Some coursework and assignments may be online in addition to classes taken on campus due to limited in-class time.
Additionally, LeTourneau University accepts transfer credits from any accredited institution in the U.S. Credit hours must have a grade of C or higher in order to be accepted. Because of the flexibility and uniqueness of the Interdisciplinary Studies degree, students are able to apply many transferred credits to their degree, making meeting graduation requirements easier and faster.
General education courses include The Bible, Speech, English Composition, History, Kinesiology, Literature, Math (College Algebra or above) and Natural Science. Students will take 21 credit hours of courses for their first concentration, and 15 credit hours for their second and third concentrations separately. In total, 126 credit hours are needed to meet graduation requirements: 51 credit hours of major courses, 44 credit hours of general education courses and 31 credit hours of elective courses.
LeTourneau University is an interdenominational Christian university. All degree programs are taught through a Christian perspective, including the Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies degree.
Degree Level: Bachelor
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
LeTourneau begins its faith statement by declaring “a deep faith in God is the cornerstone of LeTourneau University.” This private not-for-profit university began as an all male college in 1956 by R.G. and Evelyn LeTourneau in Longview, Texas. It transitioned to a co-educational facility by 1961. It is an interdenominational Christian-based organization that welcomes students from all denominations.
LeTourneau University offers almost 100 academic programs at both graduate and undergraduate levels in a variety of fields, from engineering and air traffic control, to teacher education and business. LeTourneau University offers many degrees online, delivering the same the prestige and quality of an LETU education through the convenience of being able to complete your classes from anywhere. They also offer many stand-alone classes that can be taken in an accelerated online format.
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