Are you a graduate student looking for a program that meets your diverse needs and experiences as an adult learner?

As an adult learner you want programs that are relevant, focused on real world challenges our society faces, led by faculty that are world renowned researchers and knowledge holders.  

The Office of Interdisciplinary Academic Programs supports two such interdisciplinary graduate programs: Social Dimensions of Health and Cultural, Social and Political Thought.

Our Interdisciplinary graduate programs offer the opportunity to have specific concentrations in specific themes and topics, as well as offering seminars that canvas diverse perspectives among interconnected fields of study and disciplines. They are rich with many opportunities to engage with leading edge researchers and scholars in classrooms, in campus research centers and in the community.