This degree program allows students to develop a comprehensive plan for advanced study in an area of education other than those specifically designed programs in the department. Programs of study in this option must include coursework from a minimum of two programs. This degree program is not applicable for teacher licensure. Students pursuing degrees in this program area will have an Advisory Committee, which consists of faculty from at least two departments. The Advisory Committee will meet with the student and approve the program of study.
Most of the courses in this program are offered in the evening and some are offered online allowing for flexible completion of the program.
Allows you to self-design a program of study that fits your unique needs
Allows you to combine coursework from several different disciplines
Provides an opportunity for you to meet the evolving demand for unique graduate study
Allows you to develop a curriculum that supports individual learner-centered study
Flexible course offerings including online and evenings
According to career outcomes surveys for MSU Billings Education Interdisciplinary Studies master’s graduates, 100% are employed in their field within 9 months of graduation, and recent graduates report an average salary of $40,000.
Application Requirements: Masters of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies
|Transcripts (all graduate and undergraduate)||Yes|
|Standardized Exam (e.g. GRE)||Yes|
|Admission Essay/Letter of Interest||No|
|Letters of Reference||No|
Dr. Robert Waterman Scholarship Award Winner
Master of Education in Interdisciplinary Studies
See also: Graduate Faculty