Lewis-Clark State College offers two nearly identical liberal arts degrees, the Bachelor of Arts or Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. With these degrees in liberal arts, students are able to major in a unique program that is tailored to their individual goals. This option allows you to develop a liberal studies major with two broadly defined areas of study that lead to a focused educational objective. Students find this degree appealing when they cannot find a major that closely meets their interests and career goals as it allows them to develop a customizable and coherent degree plan of their own. The curriculum must be approved by an advisory committee and feature two areas of concentration, each with closely related courses that can be justified as a single area.
- A high school diploma or GED is required
School Accreditation Statement
Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities