Course Planning

Interdisciplinarity at Hendrix - Where to Start?

The course planning advice here is limited to completing this major which is just one piece of the overall Hendrix College degree requirements.  For a full description of degree requirements see the Catalog.

Where should I start if I am just sampling this subject as a non-major?

Typically, an Interdisciplinary Studies Major weaves together courses from two, maybe three, departments. Consult the course planning pages for the major(s) most closely related to your interests. 

Where should I start if I might use this as part of a major or as a potential major?

Typically, an Interdisciplinary Studies Major weaves together courses from two, maybe three, departments. Consult:

Where should I start if I have some experience in this discipline before college?

Consult the course planning pages for the major(s) most closely related to your interests.

When should I declare a major?

All students must declare a major by March 1st of their sophomore year. A student cannot declare an Interdisciplinary Studies Major (file paperwork with the Registrar’s Office) until the Associate Provost has approved the plan.  If your plans and paperwork are not complete by March 1st of your sophomore year, please declare a major in the department most aligned with your interests.