BA/BS Major in Interdisciplinary with Applied Entrepreneurship Emphasis

Requirements for BA/BS Major in Interdisciplinary Studies, Applied Entrepreneurship Emphasis

The Applied Entrepreneurship Emphasis is open to graduates of community college two-year vocational-technical programs. Students may enter this program after receiving an associate degree form a regionally accredited community-technical college.

General Education Requirements:41-47
Area V
CIS 125Business Applications of Microcomputer Software3
Core Courses:
IDS 100Introduction to Interdisciplinary Studies 13
IDS 250WInterdisciplinary Research: Process and Practice3
IDS 450Capstone Project3
Total Core Hours:9
Applied Entrepreneurship Area of Emphasis: 2, 3, 4
300/400 level courses24
Other Area of Emphasis courses18
Total Area of Emphasis Hours:42
Advisor Approved Electives: 5
300/400 level courses9
Total Elective Hours:19-25
Total Minimum Hours:120

In this course the student, with the assistance of his/her advisor will develop a program of study to complete the degree.


No more than 24 hours can be taken within the same discipline, reflected by that disciplines' prefix. (Ex: AC, BI, DA, GE, etc.)


No more than 30 hours can be taken from the Sanders College of Business and Technology.


The remaining 12 hours may include transferred technical courses or other supporting courses offered from outside the Sanders College of Business and Technology.


A maximum of 30 semester hours of block credit for technical coursework completed in an associate degree program may be transferred to be used as elective hours, upon review and approval of the College of Arts, Sciences, and Engineering Dean's office. If a student elects to apply 12 hours of technical coursework towards the area of emphasis, then 18 hours of transferred technical coursework may be used toward elective hours. None of the technical coursework may be transferred into any other academic program offered by the university.