Department of Interdisciplinary Studies

Department Programs

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Ciara Ortega
Diversity Studies
Chowan University offers an 18-credit hour diversity studies minor.
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Educational Studies
Education Studies is a flexible program that allows students to participate in and learn from Education courses as well as exploring other interests. 
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Fine Arts
Combining your passion for theatre, literature, music, art, philosophy, and religion, you can obtain your Bachelor of Arts degree in Fine Arts Studies.
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General Studies
For students seeking a more individualized interdisciplinary study, you can create a unique degree program through the integration of courses from three or more disciplines into a single concentration.
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Humanities Studies
Taking a blend of courses in English, Music, History, Religion, Art, and Philosophy along with the general education core could earn you a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Humanities Studies.
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Integrative Studies
You can take classes from several academic programs across campus like Humanities, Social Science, Biology, Religion, and Philosophy to receive your Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Integrative Studies.
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Social Sciences
If you are thinking about going to Law School, have an interest in politics, or prefer a life of public service, you can mix and match the Chowan University curriculum in order to graduate with either a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Social Sciences.
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Learn by Doing

By going above and beyond the traditional boundaries of higher learning set in stone at most other educational institutions, Chowan can offer students individualized opportunities that they cannot find anywhere else.

Students of the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies will graduate with a wide array of skills and experiences that will prepare them to prosper in a variety of situations with a broad range of academic skills essential to a rapidly changing and culturally diverse global society.


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2022 Honors College Induction

On the 22nd of September, Chowan University inducted fifty-one students into the Honors College at a ceremony conducted in Vaughan Auditorium. Dr. Whitaker and Prof. Patsy Taylor were guest speakers, while Myesha Faison and Rebekah Lucas spoke on behalf of the Honors College Student Association.  The Honors College is a curriculum designed for talented and.

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