Get internship credit.
Develop skills in interdisciplinary theory and practice.
Enroll in small, seminar-style classes.

The certificate in Interdisciplinary Honors Studies allows undergraduate students to develop skills in interdisciplinary theory and practice that they can draw on to address social problems. The certificate is founded on the principles of intellectual, social, and experiential diversity.

Students who pursue the certificate will cultivate the ability to engage in meaningful dialogue across disciplinary divides and across social differences. Completing the certificate will help students develop the ability to look at a problem from multiple perspectives and the skills to help them work with people in society from all backgrounds and identities.

The certificate draws from the curriculum across the College of Arts & Sciences, complementing a student’s specialization in their major field. Participation allows students to engage in interdisciplinary scholarship, cultivate critical thinking skills and become engaged campus and community citizens.