This sequence of courses supports Health and Human Services or anyone interested in a non-licensure education pathway.
The Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: With a focus on Health and Human Services is a degree completion program specifically designed for the adult learner seeking a non-traditional pathway. This program provides students with a broad based interdisciplinary education focusing on individuals who seek a career in a wide variety of professional settings in healthcare, human services, social services, and related fields. Students graduating with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies will demonstrate advanced skills in critical thinking, research, writing, and oral presentation. Graduates will be able to apply interdisciplinary methods, approaches, and insights to the analysis of a given theme or issue, and to the development of creative solutions to complex problems.
The Interdisciplinary Studies: With a focus on Health and Human Services program is designed for those with work experience and an Associate’s Degree (45 – 75 transfer credits). The program is a cohort model for the adult learner who is managing work and family demands. In completing this degree, students will be prepared to advance their careers in a wide range of occupations and industries.
Location: MCLA-Pittsfield at 66 Allen Street
Amanda L. Schuler
Coordinator of Advisement for Academic Pathways & Degree Completion
Division of Graduate & Continuing Education