Life University Interdisciplinary Studies (IS) graduates are employed in nearly every profession ranging from business, sales, journalism, marketing and social service to entry-level positions in health and wellness and law. This degree provides a breadth of knowledge that is particularly advantageous in our increasingly complex and rapidly changing world, where today’s skills are quickly outdated by tomorrow’s new technologies. This Bachelor of Science degree equips students with the communication expertise, critical thinking abilities and worldview that translate into transferable skills valued by all employers, and that can also easily be transferred to the pursuit of one of Life University’s three master’s degree programs.
As a Life University IS major, students will receive a broad education in the humanities, social sciences, natural science and math, and then select two major areas of study to explore in greater depth. The program’s cross-disciplinary approach draws content from across the University, with coursework in business, health care, computer information management, psychology, nutrition and dietetics, and exercise science.
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From the Bureau of Labor Statistics:
In a 2019 study, the median annual wage of individuals who have attained an Interdisciplinary Studies degree was $52,000.
B.S Interdisciplinary Studies, M.S Sport Health Science, D.C student.
B.S Exercise Science graduate
“What I have come to realize at LIFE is that it is important to take every opportunity you are presented with and connect with other people. I think everyone has some wisdom to share with you, and you should take advantage of that.”