Millersville University's Multidisciplinary Studies program allows you to customize your own program of study in the pursuit of the career of your dreams.
Why Study This Program?
Millersville University’s Multidisciplinary Studies (MDST) major is an innovative and flexible program of study that builds on the University’s existing strengths in the liberal arts and sciences. Customized degree paths tap into the strengths of multiple departments to prepare you for the career of your dreams. With careful advisement, you can develop individualized and academically challenging programs of study unique to your own multidisciplinary interests.
The current faculty approved programs include Applied Disability Studies, Digital Journalism, Educational Studies, Entertainment Technology, Environmental Hazards and Emergency Management, Science Writing, Sport Business and Sports Journalism.
What Will You Learn?
Most Multidisciplinary Studies programs involve two core subjects, related electives and a capstone course. In addition to general education requirements, you will receive a diverse liberal arts education that prepares you specifically for relevant careers in our modern world.
You will take at least 18 credits of classes for each of your core programs, 9 credits of classes for related coursework, and 3 credits of an advanced research seminar, internship or practicum.