Discover What You Want to Learn
Take part in one of LASC’s most unique opportunities to create your own learning experience. If you aren’t sure what you want to study, but are interested in how people behave and react in our world, this program allows you to discover what you’re interested in over time. Study the history of African Americans or Mexican Americans. Study psychology, anthropology, business law, child development, history, sociology, or economics. The choice is yours.
In today’s world, we need to make informed decisions as citizens of a culturally diverse, democratic society. To do this, it’s important to have a broad background in many different areas so you have a greater perspective to experience and think critically about something.
Understand your world and your role in it with insight into why people act and react the way they do. Explore how race, politics, religion, language, and other factors play a part in how people have responded to past and current events.
These studies lead to careers that require analytical and critical-thinking skills to ask new questions on ways to improve our society. With a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies you can connect the dots between concepts, ideas, and theories, and discover ways these can change our world.