Why study Multidisciplinary Studies online through OSU?
The bachelor’s degree in Multidisciplinary Studies is a four-year degree for students
who wish to tailor course choices to meet individual goals. The degree program allows
you to prepare for professional careers that require extensive knowledge in a broad
array of subjects. The multidisciplinary program allows you to focus on two or three
areas of study that you select. You may use “major” courses from an Associate of Science
or Associate of Arts degree to fulfill one of three areas of concentration.
A multidisciplinary studies degree can be completed 100% online. OSU provides online
degree choices to fit your busy schedule. Using the latest technologies, we put quality
online courses within reach for students who are not able to attend classes on campus
or commit to full-time, face-to-face enrollment due to the time constraints of working
full-time and raising a family.
OSU uses Canvas for our learning management system and hosts your online courses and
content. From lectures to discussions to submitting assignments, all course interaction
is completed entirely online. All you need is the necessary discipline and access
to computer capabilities. All instructors who teach online learning courses are the
same quality faculty who teach on-campus courses.
By combining coursework across disciplines, you can tailor the curriculum to reach
unique academic and career goals. Students must complete 120 semester hours with at
least 40 upper-division hours.In the Multidisciplinary Studies option, the “major” is composed of two or three areas
of concentration, usually minors or certificate programs.If choosing three areas of discipline, students must complete 18 hours in each area.
If choosing two areas of concentration, students will take 27 hours of course work.
If you have an AA, AS, or AAS degree, you can use college credit earned in your major
in one area of concentration. Students work with an advisor from the Student Academic
Services Office in one of the academic colleges. University College Advising is a good place to start if you need guidance.
Find admission requirements for online, freshman, international, readmission, concurrent
and other students: