Interdisciplinary Health Studies (B.S.)

Develop an interdisciplinary perspective and prepare for a fulfilling career as a health care professional.

Health care offers some of today's fastest-growing careers. The major in Interdisciplinary Health Studies at UND combines courses from across the curriculum to provide both a general knowledge base in the human sciences and the interdisciplinary perspective that health care demands.

Program Snapshot
Program type:
Major
Format:
On-campus
Est. time to complete:
4 years
Credit hours:
120

Why Study Interdisciplinary Health Studies at UND?

The major in Interdisciplinary Health Studies combines a strong foundation in the liberal arts with a broad education in the human sciences to prepare you for a successful career in any aspect of health care.

You can customize your coursework, drawing from disciplines such as:

  • Humanities
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
  • Psychology
  • Anthropology
  • Sociology
  • Math
  • Chemistry
  • Biology

The B.S. in Interdisciplinary Health Studies is an especially good choice for students interested in nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy or any of our pre-health programs. You'll become a critical consumer of information, lifelong learner and problem solver — and you'll prepare to succeed in a health-related career.