For the major in Interdisciplinary Studies, students must obtain a minimum of ★30 at the senior level in Interdisciplinary Studies including at least ★6 at the 400-level.
Courses allowed in the major will constitute a program of study with a specific theme (e.g., study of minorities in Canada), to be proposed by the student in consultation with a faculty member and approved by the Associate Dean (Academic).
100-level courses may not be counted in the major.
A course in research methods SCSOC 225 is required.
For example, the following list of courses could constitute a major in Interdisciplinary Studies on the theme of minorities in Canada: